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Thirty-Eight $ All Silver Brand ( Youths' Suits 1 *"V Collars, Each - Missoula men know this famous brand of collars; they Suits that positively are marked in a regular way as have been in our store for years. Now we're closing out high as $15.00 ;we're going to "clean up" this stock quick- the entire stock; any size, any shape, all clean, fresh ly, so we offer you these suits now for a Five Dollar Bill. ' goods; nothing soiled or shopworn among them, for Good styles and smart snappy patterns. a Nickel. MEN'S SALE TODAY JDonohue's Big Men's Sale Starts TIhis Morning. No Sale So Much LooKei [orwar 10o A sale that will interest the community for miles around because of its sterling worth and genuineness of purpose. This is not a half-hearted, haphazard attempt to create a little excitement by throwing out a few suits and overcoats as a bait, but is a genuine sale, or as we term it "A Clean-Up" sale. Every suit and overcoat in the entire stock has been cut to the quick, every odd and end in furnishings, every broken line, every little remnant, but the star attraction is Any Suit or Overcoat in the Stock Now Sells for Fourteen Seventy-Five. ,.. . - Illlll~lnw, al I \ L1 I! 11 / , ý 1 1 : w R .. - You can buy any Fancy Suit 11 111'f1i.i,, \ t/ \1h Make your selection from any y :i Overcoat in our stock for in our whole stock for only Overcoat in our stock for *4/ 5 And there Regularly are no ex 5these suits / 'ceptions --all sell for $25 / cot W __ $25O !.h Is as tei $27.50, $30 / 2 $32.50 for $25.00 to S32.50,and $37.50 $35.00 n a and $37.50 / regular way. Buying suits, there isn't anything so annoying as an ill-fitting, We pride ourselves more than anything else (apart from loose hanging coat. When you buy "Alfred Benjamin's" make of I our suit stock) upon our stock of fine overcoats. We clothes you never have this trouble. At regular prices Benjamin ./1 feature more than anything else "Benjamin" coats, al clothes have a readier sale than any two other makes on the mar- though we carry in stock several other makes equally as ket, during the season; $25.00, $27.50, $35.00 and so on, is consid- i good in many respects. Rcgularly we sell our overcoats ered reasonable by men who know clothing. But when it comes from $20.00 to $35.00; sell lots of them during the season, to "clean-up"! time and you can buy this same clothing for such a too; sell more, perhaps, than any two other Missoula stores. price as ~'turteen Seventy-Five, it is not only a bargain, but prac- I This is one reason why, when it comes down to the end of tically a gift, as lots of the suits are never even made for such a 1 a season, we can place such an apparently ridiculous price pricc. All "Sophomore's" are also in this sale d . upon the balance of them. Oiur policy is never to carry price. All "Sophomore's" are aso in this sale. ver from one seaso to another anything that price will sell. Hence we offer our en tire stock today for a fraction, leanUp of Men's Shoes so to speak, of their value. Men's Shoes, Values to $5.00. Men's Shoes, Values to $4.00.Sm all $2.69 A pair; they are odds .95 Street shoes, in the where we have a Pair or two of dress shoes in the finer weights; $r.h i $,. . sl 29c a style left over; godtl Snap, they come in the new lasts and up-t,-date styles, such as any in the leathers most wanted. h t,, $ . oo, I.. thl" ' $1.95 '" " ..i ..' l"" 79c man should wear. Stacy Adams, Values to $7.00. Men's Shoes, Values to $4.00. Not all styles, it I oln $2 3 hn s heavy work $3.95 tru.. . enough good- .l .... " $3.50 " .r.n 95c' 35 shoes; for the most stles to m. ke a very interest- " s ""' 2rth t ..en ry 3 part they are shoes from our ilg assortment; they come in I29c l2 It" .h f 35c, regular lines, il black or tan; Patent or kangaroo leathers and,, all solid buttlns and heavy tops regular stock styles 1 0.we, a I... l tour. ,. s all...." 4 50 c Boys' Suits and Overcoats \ \ A Big Dress Shirt Special $3 95 Values are in suits as high as $8.00; in overcoats as high as 85, Dress sis that arc worth $1 $10 and $2 Some *5 $12.50. They are smart, new, snappy styles and patterns, ' of them are the well known E. & W. brand others and come in sizes for boys of all ages. This is the biggest and best bar- are popular makes; neat patterns, fine materials, with or gain in the town. Come and see. without collars. A big, fine assortment of them. The Economy Cen- AIfr Benjyat;n°GN,,ew1jork\ The Best ter of oissoula Man'store 'ter of Missoula lBenjamir.n Clothes Store , , ... GOVJERNOR MAY NOI HONOR REQUEST FOR SOLON PROGRESSIVE LEGISLATOR AL LEGED TO BE WANTED IN WEST VIRGINIA. Cheyenne, Wyo., Jan. 24.-Up to a late hour tonight Governor Carey had not decided whether he would honor the requisition papers for the custody of Representative Manson, presented today by Sheriff J. F. Johnson of Mc Dowell county, West Virginia, charg ing Manson, said to be Floyd E. Rob erts, with the embezzlement of $900 in IMcDowell county, West Virginia, in 1903. It was learned that Governor Carey wired Governor Glasscock of VWest Virginia for further information about the alleged offense and about the antecedents of Roberts, alleged to be Manson. It is said that the governor intends in any- event Manson shall remain in Wyoming and in the lower house until the contest over the United States sen atorship is decided. Upon the governor's decision practi cally depends the re-election of United 5t. tss ge.rtor WWqrren, through the break of the deadlock in the lower huose of the legislature. It was for maintaining this deadlock that Man son, a progressive, recently was coln iended by Theodore Roosevelt. Manson's friends allege that the charges are part of a political ruse to break the tie vote. Manson, or Roberts, was positively identified today by Deputy Sheriff Springer of West Virginia. After Springer identified him, Manson said he remembetretd hilm. Former Justice of Peace. IBluefield, WV. Va., Jan. 24.-E. IH. Manson, said to be E. F. Roberts, is wanted here for the alleged embezzle ment of $900, collected by him when a justice of the peace. After Roberts' idsappearance an indictment was re turned against him. FIREMAN DROWNED. St. Louis, Jan. 24.-One firec nan was drowned in a flooded basement after having been overcome by chemical fumes with nine of his companions in fighting a fire in the plant off a glass factory. A broken window through which the firemen entered, anid rifled desks and lockers caused the piollce to think that the fire was startled by burglars. W. R. Fox, 195 W. WVashingto.n St., Noblesville, Ind., says: "After sjiffer ing many months with kidney triable, after trying other remedies and rrep arations, I purchased a box of Fl)ley Kidney Pills, which not only did me more good than any other remedl as I ever used, but have positively set my kidneys right. Other members of my family have used them with similar re sults." Take at the first sign of kid ney trouble." Missoula Drug Co.-.Adv. BALKANS ARE UPSET BY UPHEAVAL (Continued Frnom Page One.) saint unpreplaredness for which they were responsible further has Iibeen i demonstrated in the war with the Balkan allies. Those of the delegates who do nut think it wise to wait longer, say they consider it a pity to let the preselnt unique opportunity pass withlout giv ing Turkey a blow, taking advantage, of the confusilon ensuing by reason of the revolution in1 c'onstantinople. To Present an Ultimatum. As a whole, however, the alliies in tend if possible to wait fIr Tur key's reply to the pOWers, and if it is unsatisfactory, to present an ulti nimtum to the Turkish delegates do manding a categorical answer con cerning the dispositlion to Adrianoll , and the Aegean Islands. Falling to, ttobtain satisfaction, hostilities will be Sresulned. The Turkish delegation still was without instructions from fonstanti nople tonight. It finds itself in ani embarrassing position as Rechad I Pasha and Selih icey are Old Turks a nd ()naman Nazami Pasha, the other decegate, is a Young Turk. Nazaml, who is also ambassador to GermanlI y, says he hopes Germany will not aban don 'a"urkey to the mercy of the other Iowers at this time ans the new min istry cntotains strong pro-German el'e ments. AlMahnltud Shefket Pasha, the new ;rand vizie'r t nI ::iaisttir of war, wrI·is tupiluil ali p)rIt ' oif the (t'r.nIti t tield mar'shlal, (,,I 1.1i hi;tron \'lt I r Tolt. tl(ie lid re ive aet nullllllin ll nf the last \\Lr i ii s., Ki;tlm il 'ash1l insidi ereid lit ii I ''' lrm n. ,n\ter lt.e , .itI, r the re'volultio in 9)!.9, W int tlo ;I't lilly s al m II I t 'ry attach' I.. th," TIIrk cish eimbassy , 'hel'e he rllillnitI untitl tIle, wvIr with Italy rtit 'o tit I, I i e nll it' is I Xlcilll is the n titrit ,',. l iithlr-iln-chief if hit Tirkli s.h :IXri i t t 1nitr tilt t ll l ra i h llll11(' tr ' all n lll etavy losses ill 'T'i il -ll. It is elie v,\' I iliit th e fiew 'liurk -i is l Illti isiry \\ ll h!'1 tit. "a silt ip irtl'r litrr \'tn .0" 1., t, I ieft il it l iliinislt r ,f foreign atff i" ' How Nazim Pasha Died. l'a nstanliti ii iti . ltn. 24. -- Nailil PaI'sha, tihe 'al l lilI ter of the TIurkishtl i 11" y, rToe ili.dl his h,lath W llndl Wh'n eXposittintiip i ' vli :t t'iow dt of ' i4,lll ll-' utrators tor' bt ttip become minbroiledli in i cnflict ti thei, grand vl zil/rale.i The olficiail 1 , rilln of tlhe affray,'l \\ Rieh is troi, , , ;I "reg. rtita l l Incti h\'hen th., <I,,11, nstrators, ii sa) , ' hu'lld hi l'nlrI. lt, one ofIn the cluni they were st ~,,1, Iby I"'uflz IBoy, ihd, de-ciill]) to Ihl. Kgr dild t'izti, \vho flied ai shot at thet'i. Tile aidh'-(v-vaim p of Nazimn Pashai aie fired at the ir'owd.;, his bulltet striking Mehmed Nodjir, one of the il lil.,lsstrators. The detr onistators It h- r i- ,iln replied and Nav killed. Na.im Pashal, who was In the coun n rushd, *,l nsiah,,. 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I'.I':In;tI , V.irliu Z ela, Janl. 21.---The Brutocoli of the t gri't melin~t 'Ii,"txvi"ten Vene\luela anil Frialne, whilh lae ,1"x Iie te d to settith, existing tliffllrieniic s, are .i iii'o ly I< lit b ignell.. I t;, l ' 4i, l .,ls iI'.vril of the I"l'r isch dl .l,+ino ilti, corps, arrived frri I"ranci, nllay to tako I i I the nimittrlhrs at Issue h with .1555 I.. An d| rt, milhixter oif f'oreli n alfiiir.. Take the "direct raiild" to hcalth' and t srength | by using Ftlley Kidneiy Pills f r backache, t'houmittloin, weak, more kldneys and bladder Irrtgularities. gt, h Ingredlent is chosen for Its posltive t Iealinig and curative tl\ talitior. Foley Kildny PIills are the behit medicine you can buy for kidroy" and bladder Troubles. Dirs. J. M. i,'lndley, Lyons, (la.. mays: 'J.tihok ]0oley Kidney Pills and they. iltlnrely cured mie." Missoula Drab Cio.-Adv. "CASCARETS" FOR SICK HEADACHE IT'S YOUR INACTIVE LIVER AND BOWELS-YOU NEED CAS CARETS SURE. You're iliolus, you have ia throb hing sýnsatlou in your head, at bad t;i, in your mouth, your eyes burn, kyour skin is yellow with dark rings uisldyr your (yes: your lips are rIl'ctdl. No wonder you feel ugly, mean anlld ill-tempered. Your system is full of bile not pro)perly passed off, and what you nefed is at cleaning up ilidte. Don't continue being a billous nlllsance to yourself and those who I\ve you, and don't resort to harsit physics that irritate and injure.; ."It meulmber that most disoroJ .-4f the stomach, liver and intelltlies can be (iuictly cured by morning with gen tle, thorough Casearets-they work while you sleep. A 25 cent box from your dpugglst will keep your liver and bowels clean; stomach sweet and youl Ihead clear for ,months. Children love to take ('astcarets, because they taste good and never gripe or sicken.-Adv. T'he Swedish system of stimulating backward and defective children by lircultlting electricity through the, at mosphlee of the rooms in1 which they .study is too he given a six months' trial in a New York school.