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Reier Your Forecast ? What Shade Will This Lady Wear ? Bring In Your orecast
TODAY. ITi IS WORTH WlHILE TO THE STORE TODAY. TRY IT Beautiful Silk Dress Absolutely Free 4 W hen She Stands W ith Her Illustrious Husband on the Inauguration Day You Stand an Equal Chance. Guess Send Us Your Guess . Send Us Your Guess Answer the question that millions of women all over the country are Put in your forecast tomorrow. You are under no obligations to make a asking and you stand an equal chance to get a Beautiful Charmeuse Silk purchase from us. Every answer sent in will receive equal consideration Dress Length Free. when the prize is awarded. It is a simple proposition, containing not a single obligatory thing on your Size up the future "First Lady of the Land," find out what she is, what part. All we ask is that you size up the situation, write your forecast upon she stands for, what her likes and dislikes in dress are; then put yourself in a sheet of paper, together with your name and address, seal it up in an enve- her place, sum it up this way: If I were Mrs. Wilson and had her character lope and bring it to the store before Mondiay night. istics, etc., what shade would I wear? She'll surely wear what suits her best. Personal By Mail Personal Remember Display Forecast Mrs. Woodrow Wil- All answers sent by Mrs. Woodrow Wil- Mrs. Wilson "is an We shall prepare the Upon the sis of son is a plain woman mail must bear the son is creating more elderly woman," near- most elaborate and ar- e present lady, not of the people, demo- words, Mrs. Wilson's speculation than any ly 50 years of age; tistic window display upon the past, this in cratic in every sense Dress Contest, and will other "Mistress of the ordinarily she dresses that has ever happened auguration will be as of the word, so we do be acceptable by us up White House." Are very quietly. Why in Missoula. It will be different to any other not think she will wear until the first mail on you interested in this shouldn't she do so on opened for inspection at as it is possible to be. flashy colors. Tuesday morning. 'woman? this occasion? 10 a. m. *Tuesday. Make a Guess. Explanations Explanations Inasmuch as so many people think that we know the shade, we will CN Write your answer upon a sheet of paper, or upon the card that has been make an affidavit witnessed by the express company's agent, to the effect ....V... S O.. ...... mailed to you, together with your name and address; put it in an envelope, that this package of silk containing the secret was received bythem in seal MRS. WOODROW WILSON. seal it, and if you send it through the mails mark the envelope, Mrs. Wil and will not be delivered to us until after the contest closes, early Tuesday son's I)ress Contest, addressing it to the store. Next Tuesday morning, morning. We want the public to believe that everybody has, and will have, She has dull brown hair that is after the shade has been made public, all of the answers received will be a fair chance, that all answers will be jumbled together by disinterested jumbled together, picked out at random and opened, e first envelope parties, and picked out at random before opened. That the correct answer streaked with gray. And she has opened that contains the correct or nearest correct answer will get a length will be arrived at only after due and fair consideration of the whole. SO row of Beautiful Silk Charmeuse worth $3.50 a yard of the same shade abso PUT IN YOUR FORECAST. brown eyes brght as the brightest lutely free. day. What shade will she wear? Register Your Forecast In a Sealed Envelope and Bring It Today -f - MEANWHILE Thinking of Dress, You Must Come to the Donohue Store for the Best and Latest in Everything The New Suits Are Very Striking Most Approved Hats MORE STRIKING, MORE STUNNING, DESPITE THE HARDSHIPS ATTENDANT UPON BUYING Lovely Things in W aists IN THE MARKETS THIS SEASON, THAN EVER. OUR BUYERS NOW IN THE EAST HAVE The styles that are best for early CHOSEN WELL AND WISELY, AND WE LEAVE IT tO THE ALWAYS CRITICAL JUDGMENT OF A most comprehensive assortment of spring wear, the styles that are most THE WOMAN OF MISSOULA TO DECIDE UPON. WE ARE SPECIALIZING SOME MIGHTY SWELL them for sprin wear. Waists ade of LOOKING GARMENTS- them for spring wear. Waists made of advanced. We are glad to tell you fine linens, soft lingerie, marquisette or that smaller hats are in vogue, that At Nineteen Seventy-F e voile; also some very attractive shirts the models we have on display are made of mercerized pongee and soisette. far and above the average early You do not have to pay an exorbitant mbdels, that the colorings and the price here either in order to get a really combinations of shades are more stunning waist. We have the cost well beautiful than ever, and that we within reason. show only distictive patterns. _ The New Wash and White New Silken Fabrics for Spring Goods for Spring. See Them 4 in Very Beautiful Assortment VOILES-Full yard wide, fine quality POPLINS--Rich lustrous cotton ipol-- MESSALINES - MIosMuilla'H reatast BROCADEBD -N w Ih ca dIs th t t Uas 4silll lue i.' s In oul" dollnr d ll llar lllll '; lex rollmely pupal) llnr, thJH .llllX (Ill; sllados dress voiles, in moost any shade you lins, with a silksy finish; they colo in OIt (ilk h'tlas "Si c n i r' ttId Ict- '1t00r I', could wish for; also black almost every shade that c a oters now, i. olk; last a yard $1.00 oI rram, IlitI1 t tnr25 and white for, yard .... ... made; special, yard ...t................. fr, yard $1.25 VOILES--"ull 36-inch F'lashion viles; CORDS-A rich silk finished cord of- , i r CHAMAU NT-'f' lw es nS m CREPES-V iry n .n.l'ta llt I1 a fabric that is beautifully printed in feet, in white, that looks exactly like - stitl fced Pbrie, l it ie $1 75 tbsia r wti; e sn ang neat pqttern; pomlo of thoil 35c .t. l-slk " t"tltite 58ac aIIttIr-sil eIIi t . I rt S MiI' t.. sad es . llt $10 prettily bordered;, yard . .. 1-c.l. ".rd Pa..."... - r tI rd .. PERSIANS--Tfe exqul itel shdln "liu SHANTUNGS-SIlk and cotton Shall- PIQUES-White piques bid fair to be in 20-inch fine Persia,, silks; they are CHANGEABLES - Nw challgab~ tung efect, tht ook like t heheavy one of t leading fabr of the st e- t mst desirael f,,r trim- sl t"1 "il l st da all-silk' fabric only thinner; 25c sn ga lilln; a spendidlit e ; 25clin rnns o r w st; $a1r" ..... s1,s , l"" a1e full range of shades; yard........ yard 4S ', 35c and .............. 25. OUA.D.." .0t . try.c 0m aN ALI N s.ll Ilitl. SILK CORDS-This is a fine silk and .GROSGRAINS---'Full 3F-inch heavy 0 binalius of wlclo r s in the latest 1 t roB lnes that are much i dallllll d e.litol1 fabric with a hIeavy cord ruln- mercerized grosgrain fabric, il white, thlt slhads nd patterns; they are f tr a 24 nilng through; it con les In all blalk and all reasonable ,1 ellnc" in wi.th., for, $1 0 ti ilk fr, tr colors and will wear; y..........3 C, shade hi, g \value; yard .lt .. 3.per $1.00 yard only We Offer Some Very Good Savings . '. We Offer Some Very Good Savings Men will Do Themselves Justice The Men Should Be as Particular if They at Least See Our Line of No Other Store in Missoula Can Begin to Give About Their Hats as the Women New Spring Clothes You the Big Shoe Values that Donohue's Do for Spring Clothes THREE DOLLAR SHOES FOR WOMENNew Spring Hats 03 O THIREE FIFTY SHOES FOR MEN. NT man is under an obligation to buy just because he T'. tb t S Ii I tlhlt the Sligall Il' tUr No man is under an obligation to buy just because he , artnt. w, ,e a,, u., , ,r a wh,,, .,r Are here, and they are well worth looking at. Men wants to look; in fact, we invite comparison, because we nw ant ~ ' I 1111 llt' lt s , $ 3 .5t0....t may not admit it, but our experience teaches is that know that after a man has looked here, then goes else- U th, rful ittit fr or' ,, t, silos, and,, n when some men want to buy a hat they are real particu where to compare, that he invariably comes.back again lar about it. They are as careful in choosing as lots of to make his purchase. ainTwo Big Lines for Children women are. There Is a Reason-It is because we always give "he The Young Montana and For Such Particular Men our hat department has a greatestcirhi~ts value for the least outtlay of money. We hat-in fact, or every man in Missoula we have a hat. feature tw immensely popular makes--Alfred ena- Buster OW We are making a strong feature this spring of the well min's and Sophomores* They are makes of great re- -. ' p. Thes. tw ml.kes o(f ch'llhn t's ishne o's r. esent ,it known Mallory Hats. We have a line of all their newest nown. Especially natty this season are the New Nor- , ., that is test in "kids'" s.ht...; thil greatest .. comm, .I.- .novelty hats, such as the silk-finished, lightweight folk - * ation we h er for tarenl is ,at ,eOpllt toh., once hly V' scratch hats, etc. folks. . them alwatys co... back f..r .....re. Prices $25.00 to $35.00 *.- They Wear Like Iron. That's Why Prices $2.50 and $3.50 Are You Interested in the New President? Reports tell us that he is preparing to break old precedents and establish new. Why shouldn't he? What's the good of a man who is afraid of precedents? Woodrow Wil son isn't, nor yet we think is his wife. We Ask Again-What Shade Will Mrs. Woodrow Wilson Wear?