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SESSION OF BOARD
IS REAL BUSY COMMISSIONERS BUY ROAD GRADERS, TALK FAIR AND 1END DAILY TO HELENA. All members of the board were pres ent yesterday w hen the commissioners of Missoula cdunty met in regular weekly, sqssio t. It was one of the busiesti meeings' that has been held for some time, and while final action was taken on but few matters, the board threshed out several things of considerable importance. One thing done was the purchase of three new road graders for use on the highways of the county the coming summer. Two of these machines will go to the Coeur d'Alene district, and the other will be sent to the reservation. These ma chines cost the county $450 each, but it is figured that the money is well spent as the graders do splendid work and are a necessity in carrying out the good road policy that has been adopted by Missoula county. The graders ore to be deli"ered by March 1. Fair Grounds. There was uore discussion over a site for a fair ground and also con cerning the size of a race track to be built. So far only two sites have been 9ffered, both of them being in South Missoula. 'The first expression of sen timent concerning the size of the pro posed race track came yesterday in the form of a communication fronm the Missoula County Automobile club, ask ing that a one-mile track be built, as only upon a course of this size would automobile racing be possible. The board will not bother with the track question until the site is purchased. The size of the track will not. doubt depend upon the size of the tract which the -board can purchase for fair grounds. As there is to be a meeting of the secretaries of the county fair be:ards in Helena, the commissioners believed that the county should be represented, and because the local board has not yet been appointed the commissioners delegated John It. Daily with the proper power to act for the fair com mission, and asked him to attend the Helena meeting. The important ques tion at this meeting will be the fix ing of dates for the several county fairs to prevent tunnecessary conflict and to insure each county getting a good string of horses for the racing program. The board granted one saloon license yesterday, Tom Seeley of Superior bei ing the successful applicant. TO INVESTIGATE. Washington, Jan. 27.-Membnhcl of the house and senate naval affairs committees will leave here March 5 on the army transport Sumner for the Panama canal zone to investigate the necessity of barracks for a permanent marine force on the isthmus. The committees will inspect the new repair plant at the Guantanamo naval station, as well as the navy yard at Charleston, S. C. CALIFORNIA ORANGES STOPPED IN.TRANSIT Chicago, Jan. 27.--Twenty-two car loads of ('alifornia oranges were stopped in a railroad yard today )vb Dr. B. B. Sherman of the city food inspection bureatu. Samples of the fruit will he examined to ascertaln whether they are fit to be sold in Chicaygo. Five cars were rejected last week. Bills of lading furnished Dr. Sherman showed that the rejected cars had been reshipped, four to New York and one to Detroit. RUSSIA BUYS WAR AUTOS. St. Petersburg, Jan. 27.---ussia has suddenly awakened to the utility of the automobile in war. Today it he came known that the Russian govern ment agents have tbeen sent to Euro pean automobile centers with large credits for the purhase of any avail able cars suitable for military pur poses. This Will Stop Your Cough in a Hurry Sate $2 by MakinL ThMtr Cough Syrup at Home. This recipe makes a pint of better cough syrup than you could buy ready made for $2.50. A few doses usually conquer the most obstinate cough stops even whooping cough quickly. Sim. pie as it is, no better remedy can be had at any price. Mix one pint of granulated sugar with 1 pint of warm water, and stir for 2 minutes. Put 2% ounces of Pinex (fifty cents' worth) in a pint bottle; then add the Sugar Syrup. It has a pleasant taste and lasts a family a long time. Take a teaspoonful every one, two or -three hoursa You can feel this take hold of a cough in a way that means business. Has a good ton effect, braces up the appeti and is slightly laxative, too which is helpful. A handy remedy for boarse. ness, eroup bronchitis, asthma and all throat sn. lung troubles. The effect of pine on the membranes is well known. Pinex is the most valu able concentrated compound of Norwe gian white pine extract, and is rich in ualacol and all the natural healing pine elements. Other preparations will sot work in this formula. This Pinex and Sugar Syrup reelpehas attained great popularit throughout the spited States and Canada It o as bien imitated, though never sucessfu y. A gtaranty of absolute satisfaction or money promptly refunded, goes with this recipe. Your druggist has Pinex, or will t it for you. If not, send to The "i C .., it, Wayne IQ- - RELIEVES CATARRH IN ONE. HOUR The quickest and easiest way to open up your mucus-clogged head and free the throat from catarrhal secre tions is to breathe Booth's HYOMII. Don't waste time with impossible methods; HYOMEI has ended the mis ery of catarrh for thousands of de spairing sufferers; it will do the same for you if you will give it a fair trial. Just breathe it; it kills catarrh germs and banishes catarrh. A HYOMEI out fit, which includes inhaler, $1.00. Separate bottles, if afterwards needed, 50c, at George Freisheimer's, and pharmacists everywhere. Just breate it-no stomach dosing.-Adv. ALL SCHOOLS OPEN SECOND TERM BIG ENTERING CLASS AT CITY BUILDINGS, AND NEW GRADES ARE ADDED. The high shriol and the public schools comlmenced the second term of the school year yesterday morning. At the high school there a.re a few to enter the upper classes atnd the at tendance will be slightly increased o)Ver the first semester. At the publict scho)ols there was a fine showing made of entetring first grade ipupils, a total of 92 having 1 come in the first day. 1iy schools the number entering the first grade fol lows: Roosevelt, 14; ('eftral, 11; 1Whittier, 13; Lowell, 9; Willard, 15. Nearly all of the pulblic school classes were reo)rganized yesterday. Over at the Villard building it was found that it will be lecessary ftr another teacher for the eighth R class. An eighth A class was organized at the WVhittier biltling for the first time, thus giving that all tle public school gtrades, Sulwerintendent Willipms stated last ev('ening that the opening diay's shl\owing was very encouaraging and that het was looking forward to i splendid searson of excell ent work in every school if the city SONS OF HERMANN BALL IS JOLLY SPLENDID CROWD ATTENDS AND ENJOYS MASQUERADE AT ELITE HALL. A fine(, jolly crowd\\- turned out last \'vniing tol assist tlih' Ilrnianrs of Mlls soula, celebrate tlhe kaiser's Iirthdliy. '1 he Sornss of l terninn had lIlatnnred for a spleltlitd mastqueradeil ball, and their plans w\\o)rkeid oiiut to a tmiost succet.ssfull I conclusion. The hlall was crowded so full that dancing was difficult until the spl)ctators stragglued hlllne. Thren the hall was comfortable', and until Iin early hiour this mornillg the good tilni' Ce'ttinutl ed to Ith, music of the' Missouit Club orchestra. M .l' than half of thei daincers caR1ille illliskedt, lnd theri' Wo'er' laony odd, ccenlltric and beautiful cois tumies w\oirl. It w\\as Oe of the best naturedl crowds one could imagine last night, and Ivert'y ione steemed to e.c l\ving tihe timte If hiis life. Thus it is w\itll tl (ite rlnralls at all of thi iir sociall c nlits, and thus it vas with tlhe guests of the |Ierniann lons last night. The I dance will be ever reiemlllliereitd as one of thil most 8sucerssf 1i ltIsit llti rties ever attempted in thle city. 'Thet. ae rs' stlr a vtil l.liale prizes of fred Iby the lodge as anit inducetnt'it'll fur all to ('nome in castu'irn, and th(' jutdges f',oundr it difficult tolakie thelir selevtions lust night. The ,iaitrd wore as follows: (Oi'ntleminrn--- irst trizal, A. A. I)tilt nis; s('coiid prize, Mr. ltakklir; third pIrize, Charles Mace. Ladies--First prizi,' Lillian l Br llr; sccinld pirize, Miss's I'ric, ailld l IM' Fret'lericks as thi( "('oli I)tust Twitls" ; third pirize, Annnl 'thntr. altld ai.s. Itol as tile l)utch girls. NEW YORK'S SOLONS FAVOR SUFFRAGE BILL Albany, N. Y., Jnn. 2J . -Th senate resolution Iprviding a cnlltitutional amendcnent for the elf.anrhisinlg o women, was adopted today by the as sem~bly. If it kiasse.s tlle leislature of 1915 the question will he submit ted to the voters of the state for thet approval at the general election that year. The resolution contains a pro vision for the naturalization of alien women ho 'become citizens by ntar riage, by requiring five yeans' resi dence in the United States. LOST IN THE CELLAR. Washington, Jan. 27.-Senator W. Murray Crane of Massachusetts knows as much about congressional nachinery as anybody, but when he ventured to the house of the capitol today he got lost in the cellar and had to find an elevator man to guide him out. ARCHDUKE RAINIER IS DEAD. Vienna, Jan. 27.-Archduke Rainier, second cousin of Emperor Francis Joseph, died tvdau in hi9 87th year. PORTLAND BANKER MIJSTSERYE LNITED STATES SUPREME COURT SAYS HE MUST SPEND FIVE YEARS IN PRISON. Washington, Jan. 27.--Tle supreme court declined today to intterfere with thle five-year penitentiary sentence imposed upon J. Thorllurn toss, for llter president of the Title Guaranty & Trust caml.iny of PorttIllnd, (ire, con victed of larceny of state edhluciation"ll funds in his hank during the p3anic of 19107. The, trial ('rnu;t in addition to, the five years sentil'tnc'e imlllposed a fine of $576,s:73.74. or an alternate confine ment in the coulnty j til anounting to 790 yearcs. The sulprlrm',' court of lOregon hla1 s.nl si a1id' tlhe finle land l ternate (collfinllmll t as ,excssive. The Case. Portland, ()re.. Jan. 27.--J. Tllhor'lrn Ross, forlmer vice 'presidenlt of tile Title Guartlnttr Trust companlly of this city, was convictetd of co('nvrtling state edluc:ltion ftnds to his own II I1us. IIet was sentttenced to prison fIr five yours and toi pay a fine oif " 741,t100(,. twice', tilh' :lllnl t 1 11 \\;l1s alluni.dl to have convelrtld. In default of pay Intent of the fine, the trial court tle cidedl that he hei, impllrisonetd one daly for eaclIh $2 of the' fille. Thle supremi court alf Oregon, 'hltow over, set aside the fine and in defatult pro\'isions of the pliln'll.. lent. ''The txltp ]'uie li ofI . ' !ill ' I',il l nc' f' li 1\\'1' the fTailr oif thl 'itll'. (l18 il ntl'i1n( nI Trust ci n li p lI in th i fall of 1907. I'nless attorneys 'for Ioss file a in - tiin fior a rehel,,ri g iln t1th 'n tlll d Stites Slprel lel' ' aillf t, the' 11 l'\t1nl: tP will he sent to ti 4t nor,, state emir( lit 1f Oeollllt ti tl t'll ll' t Itt l I i I'2ilg tiltlltll and iRoss will chay t llx i serve hi Ifive year sent f ll' i1 in tlihe ll it nti:i ry, if th is not . pardon'! iI ,"oled t' hov ernor West. Ja hlvo1rmv ille n was ating governor, a delegation of lbsiness nina englgid a ispecial train and wont to Salem to lay the mnatte.r il'fore him. To\ier man refused to act1. Vh10n liro Sll ing, on bMing elected presidnt i1' tilt' et0lnt , sNcceeded lmv.rlan for 2.1 hours us gi.'vrntor ,i' the statil, an t'lher delhgaltion \\n 'it to S:h'le l to so liht a pardon ftr Hass. Selling took the ground that as he was governor. ''ntly timporarily, he did lot feel jus iifid in exercising the full powers of gove-rnor, at least in th, extent of granting a pardlon. OPPOSE COMPENSATION BILL. l~ivingstoin. Jan. 27.-- (Splo ial.) - hood of .ailway T'ilainlmlntt. Hil'ther hiad o1' ]onunmativi Itigi,. ars, )rd|r of li ilwiay (, llductor1, Irtrtherhood of Locomotive l i it"'t ,en & IGingin,'ln n and Machinits, Swvitchiini, ('arpen ters, Boiler Makers. BIl.'lcsmiths lnd (l'lmens unionS 1met tollighlt and passed resolutions strongly opposing the prolosOd workmell's collipensitlon bill, so filr as it included their lines of wvrI:. WARREN'S RE-ELECTION PRACTICALLY ASSURED (hl nnel, \'Vo., J . 27.-Wh-- en\' th senle atll ilts meeting 1t(11ay inldoptltd the( relrt iof tlei hllouse (illll llittel. li tl iles, privilges : t lllll l,]-, tiolnu, ° , rlting the ltw io e ni.llst,,l~dl re puhlieant senators, the r-- eloe'tion of U7nit ed Statells Sien;Il r I'raneis I.. 11arren her1:lnit virtually assured. I' tll, tIIm eratil i( senators in l u('sli I. the electio i of Senat a.llrllll n \il 'r n ithe n titlt ill lsenat. 1The frIl ll te t oil thIl, ,vidn ell g-ither'd hll y I hl, de'lilmoratlic nn n \\iFromh t Consumph chargdon I'itill llll ntl to seIt ri thlle rltillt ln htill ille tll r l of relatr arren wlr ill Ce filed. Tltto rtIlell t ire lIatly mitilte on l rivileges ruin oleetionls at \V';ts r gistedl tl~lt like ottiltrers l\rlil Itllrlt trl.d HAWLEY INDORSED. ,iose, .]:I 1.. 2 .-I. x-On('vern l ,Ilu i ,n It. tritl , tt itdill ( for r t . II crI taryle of the intli rio" 421 e 'resld v , it-o,liet \Vil s'net eatitnet i\rlt tle lr 11ho1 IrililngI reool esntlr tiust I It lli to 11 I ll lilyp )ored. 1 all tho trainrlllillrtiey mIilIrs it onelr , l the l u. I lthalt h waits no n yin nitihy with progrlessive denisie This Girl Recovered From Consumption. The makers of had 'kmrr l' Al te rative,h which is doing so much good for Con an tive, liar onl htinullly ir recptlor of wonderful reports of recoveries brought about solely tirough the iue of this oedl the kind se repoars are always at the commnand of any one interested, and manyI of the writers in thoir gratit udehive sug Sstied thai like sufferers writ direct ende learnL wha llt did for tly he. ere is anye spe.linen: 421 Second Ave., Aurora, Ill. "Gentlemen: Plardon with e for r ot wriing sooner, but I wanted to see if I would sily cured. I n now trelthfulll well.ay I am per'fkan'tly wAtl. I wish to ivexpress my hertflt thanks. I llve noll pallin theno teough, n)o night contt, no I il, piatver. orling with rliung tdrul. e, which grew worse as I grew olier, At the Ece k f fourteen, the doctor said if I could not be sent South I would surely die of Con umpton. or Ealvery winter I would hi sure to have either Brohitls, 'lisurly or Pneu.-Avi. I had Typhoid-l'nuemonil one time. I had catarrh of the stomach and bowels and had Ilay Fever for the last few years; but have not anything of the kind this year. "I will answer till letters sent to me, asking a history of my 'ose, fromt any one suffering with lung trouble." (Sworn atlhlnvit) ,'TTA PLATII. (Five years later reports still well.) Eekntan's Alterative is effective in Bron chitis, Asthma, Hay Fever; Throat and Lung Troubles, and in uplbilding the system. Does not contain poisons, opiates or habit-forming drugs. Ask for booklet telling of recoveries, and write to Eckman Laboratory, Philadelphi. 'll., for mnore evi dence. For sale by all leading druggilts George F~reishcimer and Missoula Drug Co.-Adv. The Republic of China XII.-The Y. M. C. A. in China. By Frederic J. Haskin One who clhro.li' i's lt'h work of the Young Men's ('hlis'ii n i l assoiantialln in china finds that h,, has to deal with somelthing 'In ~r' tha;n a religiou.s pro paganda. He hIs lilmerely to glt ill casual touch withI this l,\oVmelll'nt to learn thlt it Ihas mllalde leImll:lrkihbl' progress in :1l'rT , shlt timnt1, that it was a vitt t4h cint.T in the frces that moved (t'%n'nal 1 iirt'U itt masse to hut h.r thin , tltl it i 'oxertling a tiJghty influent., in 11' Trlilliz;ation of the c'hinese replullli' ''! :0 firll n1 1( bnroad fottndation., l', tt it is lesin d to flalmo among '' e'Tllr lights Vhit'th the hanld If t \Iiitly has set a low in order th I' t I 'm I 1 ltlO.lOl 111O of'H is hilr.n Ini1:1:. see to step for'th into1 a lt r t I I . The histor. ," Tilelt flture will re cordt all of t':, th! mIor, 1t , will li·ii tliii stolir 'II, roeith I·~l·- tel] the st rt' i5h ".ith, e'rnedt 115., enthutt -S,' . Shll' i Ice " lil'aits int'l lmloney 0o" . l'lo'; back of the cr' It v " i . i e 110 \\.ll t'll tr tbo young" .q.<r ! i! ill the fildh w'hto Ire vworkinl' :,i:' i F/I.rtis d/r in| .pirst ion. 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Ih e I'nl ti +, 1 11'l+, til!,l th , • ri is, show\\ ltll the .lith,;il sitl aial 0 plri. :.ented , L, mI ii r1s, ,.leli+. . diffl'h ullthes. rhl. ni !i h..r~ilil l, do h fl fi. i l h 1ilil Mattilll, v,\ i: iti~ldl Jil ;ihll0 ) ! Mltirely ,d" pr-o17rl, u 'I llln ill sximp.:tli\' w ith h,. -,\o~ltil ,.h 'I\ +ilfl . If lhe Ili) '' il ll I ,'l xisit',l onl\ hin th,, s,+ui h li, BrilTl+lit ( \',ilwll ongil'. enhn usit, 1,11 ,' lit ill ill tht, .,uth lh rea.tl 'ii, ] e tl' , i I :irii tol th,, w\ ' ll l iot ll \ lh,, r bl' b "f]ing tlitiil th., rl'p, Itition i' . ,,<, .' 0ild \\a.; tllius * Xl)<s..d to the* II lui anitI ofl bleinll ill f';l' l iof lihe 11 ii li l-. ] ut i f t thie fhilz htlt ibqen ], u il it wV ullld doublll el s hb \' result.-T in :in imill.rial dih't \\hichi ¢Lliihl ,.H : ,- se a'IN q 'vl'r,- Illtil ill liii tth 'hhiie Th, dait(0 haid 1,+ bi+ ,tmiittei :in lii '. iZin, .. Jind otherl lii, l'.1i rll' .illI pli, rl n,, nherllill in soutlll I 'hina, ', - th +. ,dI , l i nf~it i l ..' 1 }1111 1h1 , dU it!> fl, - : \low II, ),;i1 if till, ielipill-,r'. re. .n. At th m '- tim!, iiu m b, l li ghll~..:l l1t inl north M' r il inl llssesi(Blon oif alily pub| l'ilen i,,i s\ ith tht: lprese(rlhed d lit. heft ff \\ Ill hai\'. le t hlis head 1t \\'a f.,t i' ,I of g$tol ral; l eshi./ Jint,,rsts thronalh ,mt. Thet |nt.-r+st s of flth :or Ith :'1n ai . o i a'J it| 1io . rlequirl+d so muc(h ,.,1,s;+rvwatisan from th+, s utllhe'rn brarvl+l-], thiat th(ey r~an the ris.k o-f Eliilli at, ionl ]by re'votlutlionIry hqidters-. 1,qu.,ll;° in.sist.i nt \\lr+. th,. soult - l'ir ,rs: Ill clainorir'ng filr ;wio'n~l hb, the in<rth, r!! associtilons which ibronl'-ht themll onl the Veirge. o f su1 rit i'tNtonl mlore than (once( and fores'hndowled a ju rild ,of hiadleanl membllllrs. E.veni , 'tle ",,,rrtarlem w\'r+. rfnon tool ..l.. Vhih. ,i,, ,t ," Ithe m- iitb+rs w\tr-t rev- siutionist 4, oplenlty hi tht, south, co '.rtly inl t'he north, the,¥ were careful not to iniIinte their assciatton, and at no il ti, was the V. M. C. A. as an irgainizaliion :-icuse'l hy either side of I;y'ing p -"'ties. Nevertheless, the r.,oiiatioin \Vas I retolution of young ol' ('ld :.titidents. a large share of \ ihorn w'eri Y. M. ('. A. men. .L stnllent volunteer Imoveii'nt iin connectionii with general association af fairo is spreading to ill thei provincial Iand eduieationall centers. It is o lOt. w'r'thy fart that the host results are being oblitnlied in thel government sheluuts, the vlry- placet's wvhere the .'gr';t i,'t otstacles were\ eneCt'lterel up to the o\r'ttrhrw iof the Mt.i.i' hI dynasty. PThe leader antd tiltving spirit in this fa:r-rlleaching ainlltpaign tis lt in .\tneriein. as mighlt ihe sup poised, huit i youuig ('hintese. tIe Is Pastor Tinig Li Alei, a veritalbile Aps tle t';aiul. Tw\n yers ago he organizeiii tie Sltleilt 'olluntie r li lvelmenl t ill ('hin 11 . l goes from pile; to piae' auhutl e h lsildll ts aiIre inllSiried to a Ilil I\ il'mlis dilu rl'e'. So thaI t they orgain ie nlid ,tep 'going long :ft'ter he hns gone. lil is traillnng :ll assistrIlt, tinig l tL.i, \\hii' wis the llra gedi suion of an "Ilium l nll tcr il Noiting sevenl " Irs , biut vhl s,' li h i o- e''.'ortl is dedi Ilted to this ministry. t11' ill. has five stlt ll t vo\,llaltl r ,r. ti ll wotI in, 'll ,ihO it ill iniiliells;llion i',lst r "'ing cirries his i\,ork to the hlinese stludentss in h'iris'tiai l .hi l ,s :lll in th i:lst three l .'n rs lie h11 1lh 1,4lcd ciic.h hundtro'd to Ithe ministr'\, all the 'rolicsl.I t Inlissiii:nl-"y urg'.itli i' tihis in 114, 'irst 1 'i ye:l's . Ii ( h'lx s clC id ; ivor ill ('t11im . ,l - rent i 'ilsp rt' i-,l '- I ii xrh I \vi'rlt hi i]' ill 1 1" :1. :sig:(l n sl t'iuII . fix, " II ,' , " ['h 0'l TI ;nl l tiult to l iof. I I\" - l'I-' liit students eialit or da--red to '' 11,"r Ih . I '. 'll th le i ad 'rshl i \\:l . cunir. , c. s \\i,r4, dilr l i't I. by Ith . Chi tell. - lll x-l, 'iu'. 31 thero wv re al ninpst 1.5 1i Inll ;tl ihndI r. .' he mostl str'ikiling I' till'r of tlu h ' i ' i l' n'ini'is \\ ln llh ' :Iel\ 1it pl i icil l ii oif gli o r' llll llnt stIudIts. N : i i l " ro hui ldr ied i\ i' a11 i11. I' n(ilh: conferell' ln'r lo :l1llll. \\llhill tl0' ti l' sh iad,\V ofux x hx l-l. ' I lxOr:illd "'arhiddll n cli\. t'fr'ol't' th,1e rIv o\ li iall it sc n',di 1, fIl;l g:- eInnvi lln nl sltil dei ll c iil'if's,- :- ills Ii i i 1t c , ,1 heild , rp i t, fro t ihs lIoir li' lI iits Ill, Ii''s i:i n ' llo'Iu- i ,s. I' i SIi llnll ll. r h li 'i l l iss s !i'lleid l !ils haril lllllli iisl\-. I 1 11 x.il 'l i spies : tll il' d-' 4,,d Ill,, cainlterl' 5l .'i. Il1 19112 ,Ill bl r.rs i" YlI cIL I Shill 1- ';,ti'5 - i-l lll,h I lw er'le oli liiiiit l tt' i l d·I''li -l i-it a d ' lioi ri s 7x to'iio itI h hi 'i h ll Y a . I'. 1 i I '. A.\ in the n ixt ('i \, irlS, ,"by .jl l ll7 '11 i l rig' ht l intl iii'tll I-'i' h Intl l Iii, l. II- ill i lll xhix ii t '" i ' il i of ihx il al' in, tt1g I :' I II the .x i - s'5 lx nt t ii xiiis, i lli till' ,'i lti i s ll II , ! iial'l' i 'lll I. o lst of i h i"' titll l nitI I l llI ill' m'Tllh helli l' ti r;' i :ilx' . . lltl' "ih i 'lxl u .o i hlii a1 Hlaltly lht l\,* li,' lll itS. .1llrll'i, ,r should hli ,h n,. did funds p, rnl il, :ilt i(' alln Iti 1n l ,l' g ,. ih-l ,,f[tich i l. ,\' ' l lIelnl t si.,il i l . I\\h II propIr.Inr. Voti : ' IIt fr In :lll ri I'll ll Ifi l ill .11 1 1 'rl all· l li \', r 'si ri s.s . " he'" (hll '.8st th 'lettisol'- es ire. so \\~r~appoi fl in 111" . 'aise that i . -i atll d sI llll't 'i 'ru ing Y. \l. I l. ii. ill thei I' o il,' i i Catarrhs. :ld thCannot Bso\ Cur -,1d l' l lr l t lhis ''.'i' r ll i \'. N tf l n11 o\ r i ris'' ii"i-I il ' sil I's I roli:l:his I t ll h ll Wl k d,'V Ih pl *.l nl. ()1II ' of lih' gto'iis lit i m its of i' I i' 'xii'' ' i il 1505 ts . - I t ) t its I'o' i'' liu - rto-i txo'' of lrI'-t +llx'i .l 't I1t Itt LH ), :ls ,i ll Ill'x' lf-i' thI,. nI'l.l Yi. A . i'. A. I ilih ii" whicht . ill \\\ naitl'ker is pro iding for, . sl,,, ; spce';il huger \\:is I' ad from T ll'. 're, s i t.l l , f1 id ll i .l! d \V . \l :i 'I 1r "s Ser\ lul rI ult istl;m lii tt i-a 'hi. Sntil ,5 -IV ll ia ;f 'mii l H ' of t[ e h l iver oly t-f \'irti ilhit, df li'eri'. Ih' aid reM ' ,' i rX is', s fre l firsl I., hisl \ver,' in 1 '1r tt h. s xill. I ,lat d it xi.,in lti Ilt f''iost. Catarrh Cannot Be Curvd wiah L( '.A1, AI'I' .I' ATPI' N', fhey :irnnot roulhh 11'4 e .at of the ,iis. , e. ('illa rt'h is i h , 1, t " i conslillilti ai l dlS d 1 ill 'idP " i r ( rl ' il ymit ill, sl Inlhe ilnn 'erli l r.elilmdbl lhl:ll ' ('lutingT ('m"4, Is taken Intl oi alllty, alil illre s di'rect ly upon the hllnod anl alleont 1illa .itrH. 1fall's ('atitarrl h ('Ir' is not aL ill'ok m oatll ,ine. It \\1 s presl cril . by ono of ft., hest pliysiteI1is in Ihis i'mlr v fit yPe rT andI l s t regular p- esc'rit'lton, II Is coliposed of 1lh1 h ist fordihs hnow.wi, e' nh inild with the hb st bhl,:.t purifhers, ncting diretly '.n the fllnt'ls srfle'. The perfect cinhlinatilli of thP' tWo In g'redi, 1ts is ilnat pro'du ie; s oth \vili derful results in curing c'ntirrh. Sond for tstimonitals, free. F. .1. H1111NIlY & i.i, Props., TPoldl , O. Sold by N, 'Drag i sIlts price 7;. Th ak0 Ilall s Da((tily Pillls for constipa CHICAGO CANDIDATES FIGHT FOR POSITION ' hl i;t c ,, , :I. ' ;. I',II;I g h - 11- ili I ll - 1l I I,'" h I Ir il , isll ,ll . b Ihl, liu i. ,rll " lll l.I~,l ll ii: litj ll II ,r ''.titjl-iol ' ,IIIi\ l " r 'if ,I" ,l:,nll, t ill , hI; t h('r lt Jfr l iItt . t t il i ' aItli rS Il i Ih' j Ill,.1 Woman's Best Help to the good health which comes irom regular action of the organs of digestion and elimination--to freedom from pain and suffering1 to physical grace and beauty is the harmless, vegetable remedy BEKCHAM'S PILLS SM eve wbwe Ir. hbe. 10s., 58, Now, Here Are Bargains! Most of us, when we think of the meaning of "bar gain," think first---and perhaps last-of the price. That's why, when you see bargains mentioned, the price is strongly emphasized. A good many people seem to be unable to get by this price fact; it fills the mind and the eye. out a mioment's thought will tell you that the piice is only a relative thing; it might look like a very low price and still be high, ac cording to what you get for your money. If \ou can buy $20 gold pieces with UJncle Sam's mark on them at $10.75, hbuy all you can get; that's a bargain, because you know exactly the value of what you buy; it's fixed and guaranteed. But you could, for in instance, buv a horse for $50, or another for $150, and the latter might he a bargain, while while the former might be dear at any price --depends on the horse. Now, that's the way with clothes; whether .a :rice is high or low depends on the clothes- not the price. All season M. M. Co. Clothes have a fixed price based on 100-Per Cent values and now that prices are reduced for the purpose of clearing our stocks they are BARGAINS--the like of which you cannot find elsewhere, because no other store has such clothing and no other store gives such values. $15 and $1.6.50 Suits and Overcoats $9.75 $18 to $22.50 Suits and Overcoats $12.75 $25 and $27.50 Suits and Overcoats $16.75 $30.00 Suits and Overcoats ......... $18.75 $35 and $37.50 Suits and Overcoats $21.75 There's no limit to y our field of selection----all fancy suits and overcoats anld all the staple blue and black suits and overcoats are priced on the same scale of reduction. Bargains All Over the Store SIIIRTS $2:.1i Mnh:llh:ll:tn l Sillrts ntl,\ 1.85 $":.0 Nlilh lolan ;lus; nI I $2.25 $:s.11) M:ll l.h: i tl, Sh 'i rl 11' .1$2.7.5 $1.1111 M11:. 111:11.111 2n I 1~ i tn I $3.00 NECKWEAR I''il v i hil.lI I,. :. ft'r-2 5' ]" n1. , ilihind r. ]+ I'1 s 2 -Ir ' 25 I .tel- rsll,, I,',,ur-iun II.1n,'; :ut fir-5. 10 f50lr. ill I', o i II.I H a ls 1. 0 r-1' .OO1 All 711,1 N ,.1 ,\1,.11l11' i ui,. o ~1l I, 51. 1 ( All $1,110 1 l n$1.' .N.ol I\\ll- rod.- . l I. . 7l'l 0 All $1.75, ,. $1.5,I N,'+ 1 Ivour r,.dur',l t, $1.25 HIOSIERY 'I' 1) 11.i1 'll., ilh 11.in -1 3I'ir-2.5 25e' I ler.nzn silk l ,,s, . 3-fir-50 ' (l2 d ;ll-silk lh s', all :111 i',is 1.,h( $i4ll, il,- xo. . 1ih 1111101, 11 11 . .,$2.5 31 ) n'amo r lisle 1 s1 s ...200 i'cas h i r,' fii 1.1, hSii . 2-t 5l'-fo r- (+ $2e N2, ri "d $11 "is :11111 hro $-1.50· $500 \ 1-a1 1 .' s ,1t $ . sti li $5 5 .. i5t 725 1V 1 ' \ lli gI hil'o 11l lll ll 1ll'.lXsi ' -. -.$-1.2 $1500 n $lll1-s l0 w I\\'l l 11'III gIn 71. $1.f 0 O nouingl shirls .1111 gill:. lt, 75 $214 Dens ando I~i.' I'.\. $1.45 $4.00 Ma k I -nl l i.in n sit . ...s $..2.. 50 H. N S PtrlF. \EirstAlG unin suitN $ 1E.50 1. V sil sr unlllnill sIIllts ...10........ :,50 Viassar il11 siits $2.5.. .. 6.00 Vassar uni suits $..... ..i.75 SWEATERS 75c "'" Icvlir.x' ll sr. . ...... 135 $1.5'.0 1oo11 wouil swea tly'ts . $1.50 "Ituff"' 1'.'k sweaters . $1.00 $'.i0o iand $ .;0 "V" sweate.rs $1.5.....0 . $5.t00 sw\%',aters. $3.7T'5; T$7.70 s\o:ltrs, I$5.65; $1.50 .w. \,,"c rs. t4-1.:55: $10 sweat'rs . ................. ~ 7.50) GLOVES 75e C'llhppers' leathtr miitts ..... 35( 75,1 Wool glho'."s and mitts ........... 50...........501 $1.25 and $1.50 hrsehtide glhv', . ................. 750e $1.01 Silk-lintd rI.indeer gl,\.es .. ..... . ........ . 85 $1.50 ('Cape klin street.gl 'cs .................$1.00 $1.50 One-fingered plush gauntlets . .............. ............................ 0 $2.00 Dents' antd P,,wýn.,s' glo,\ ls .. . ...... $1.45 $4. Angora-lined cap tl,,s . ....... 2.50 HUNDREDS OF OTHER BARGAINS IN EVERY LINE.