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,.S NA fil 0 b A AS 1 WIST . .I V Silw EEKS tt-ELGTI'O T· ieki X4. b J. Ka- : asill be a candidate to- sueda h f in the senate on i can ticket':T Tisannine was lit Id tonight ,whets a" friend wade s p .b.io4 Jetter eim Senator Bristow J anttlali ig his declaration. , i *lator IBristow's letter says in "' :will be a candidate before the , rdp laI prirniarles next August for e tihe omination of United States sena- o I' ti th ' l h. an in: congres, will asek the progressive annune s and cy. tor. The third party movement, in 4t' are, as you know, thobsands o: good JOSEPH. L, _ iRlSrOW ('top) snd , VICTheir sentiment are thor Victor progressive, who ha lve beenr d inu congress, wil nek the prast, who willve nomination for senator from Kansas to succeed Senator Bristow. He has ' announced his candidacy. tor.t The third party movement, in my' opinion, will not succeed. There are, as you know, thou.sands of good men who in their sentiment are thor oughly progressive, who have been supporting us in the pest, who will not leave the republican party because of the traditional attachment they have to its history and the pride they have always taken in its achieve ment." GRAY HAIR BECOMES IARK, THIK GLOSSY TRY GRANDMOTHER'S OLD FAV ORITE RECIPE OF" SAGE AND SULPHUR. Almnost everyone knows that Sage Tea and Sulphur, properly compound ed, brings back the natural color and lustre to the hair when faded, streaked or gray; also ends datidruff, itdhing scalp and stops falling hair. Years ago the only way to get 'this mixture was to make it at home, which is mussy and troublesome. Nowadays we simply ask at any drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair ltemedy." You will get a large bottle for about 50 cents. Everybody uses this old, famous recipe, because no one can possibly tell that you dark ened your hair, as it does it so natur ally and evenly. You dampen a sponge or doft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one nmall strand at a time;, ýy Mnorning the gray halr disappears, and after another ap plication or two, your hair becomes beaitifully dark, thick and glossy and you 'lbok years younger. Missoula Drug company. agent. -AdV. SThe women who baevio g Ur, Pieree's FAivor t wcriFption will onell~ot that it freed them fraui he ped them over m sintul In Mp~i$a~ Nwjue their life-land ave them id *ew aInd ` of an u di isery ' s e,.;ey.' s p" a gentl. liquid forim, was devised over40 yewin r : aeo forC the or WIlllsl ~3b~A saisartc K . go woanlsyte, rwr'vPh" irc, M. D., and been evercr 00, 6 %4*O sp Y d4aler. In medicine to 0th e~nt'g"- enefit of many thousand women.-' ate diver and Now--gau y-u cst bowels. . &Be#Ie woo 0 0, 04W hO'.r Aftt~ 4VW1CD P ~ ~ HE'N _TY. 'IOVf VoNaOt York, it wai td t ib t' lthe iy liminary examination of Labiess Sweeney, formee, ynel t pn ~tan.l i -C 1 iher or tFed 4 t aral; edn P y, wat John D. Rookeftler receiyed $2,20i4000 for lI. -itnbee$t 'in; thle cotnpan.y, amounting t6. 18,500- nhares of olni mron stock, when caltfrol tl!; the dedti Ipany was old to Guggenheih inter eats. Chariles d-weeney received $1, 014,000 for 8,450 shares; John D. ocekefeller, Jr., $$0,000 for 500 shares; Frederick T. Gates, $72,000, and George Wellwood Murray, counsel for Mr. Rookefeller, 49,900. the same, stock today is worth about $281,105: according to quotations on the New York stock exchange. John 1M9ocine, formerly manager of the Snowstorni copper mine at Mul lah, has been engaged as manager of the National copper mine at Mullan, succeeding Chailes - McKinnis, who has been compelled to resign on ac count of ill health. For the past few "months Mr. Mocine has been assist ant manager of the Goldfield Consoli dated property under Albert Burch. According to the best advices ob tainable the Sunset mine in the Sun set Peak district has encountered a large body of ore on the 400-foot level in the winze. The property is owned and is being developed by W. A. Clark, the Montana copper operator. The ore body Is reported to be ex tensive and consists df lead and zinc values. Mr. Clark's plans with re tard to the mine are not known, but Is presumed that he will develop and operate it on a large scale, and if this is done it will -be the fourth big mine to be opened in Nine Mile Canyon within' the past' few years. Nine Mile and the Sunset district have attracted little attention from operators and have had rather a bad reputation, it being the general opin lou that the ore was in the wrong formation, etc. Developments have r.roven, however, that the distfrit is wonderfully prolific. While the ore is accompanied by a larger percentage of zinc than in the Burke canyon no dlif ficulty is being met with in the sav ing and mnarketing of' both the lead and zinc values. As a result of the great production of the Nine Mile mines this part of the district is at present receiving the bulk of atten tion from mining men and prospects ors, and indi, ations would indicate that nmany more good mines will be developed. After a shutdown of several weeks, 'during which time the mill has been overhauled and repaired, the Idora company has again resumed milling operations at its property in the Sun set Peak district. The concentrates from the mill were formerly hauled to Bunn station on the Nine Mile branch of the Northern Pacific, *but this 1 proved unsatisfactory on account of the heavy pull over the Nine Mile summit. From now on the product will be hauled to Prichard, a distance of 10 miles, all down grade. Prichard is a small station on the Idaho North ern branch of the 0. W. R. & N. George K. Garrett of Wallace has the contract for ore hauling. The ore for the present operation of the mill is being taken from the Tuscumbia prOperty, which is held under bond " and lease by the Idora company. Mr. Winder, the manager, states that the ruscumbia has developed a long ore shoot of good grade, and that the stopes now open show an abundance of orJ The- till will be furnished with .100 tons daily. 'the ore is -lead and zinc, charaoteristio of the Sunset district. The Benton property in the Burke district, on which a phenomenal strike of galena ore was made several weeks ago, has been equipped with electric power and work started sinking a winze on the ore body. The winze was put down 20 feet by hand work and in doing this work about'two cars of high grade ore Were produced. The best one of several Streaks of ore was followed, and it is expected that deeper development will show a greatly enlarged vein. 'the Benton is an old property to Which little atten tion has been paid In the past 10 years, it being classed in the retired list. with mrnay other similar pros pects in the district. The old Webber mine near Lake view of Lake Pena O'Reilie is being developed by a crew of 16 men un der the direction of the pen O'Reille Mining & Reduction company, the large owners' in which are ,Chicago capitalists. The company- has re o of F ine $k M lr choice, ultra stylish skirts, cait ut t t their regular prices antd we haustn to u them out as one of the biggest, broadest bargain tlkws of the Wh e -iB&t i' season. .... e a s.. .... t waffle chee s... A. wonderfully big asssortment and all of the usual aise. are of- Boaptittfl skirts that are entirely new and largely favor the styles fered, combinations in black and greet; maroon and black, and forecasted for early spring. The skirts are especially done, are othlsrs of choice lbt; everyone of them is of novel Dlass, new and made of medium weight materials, assorted site, black and, white exceedingly mrade; $10.00 sklrts at FIVE DOLLAR$ waffle ohbcks; $10.00 values; these are at FIVE DOLARS $tO Skirts li cold $10 Skirts and fancy Street and dress skirts of more than usual good quality; material Skirts here of much more than the usual class; these are made of medium narrow wale Medford cord: in black and some colors; from pure, all-wool serges, I plain weaves, or in the neat fancies; they are altogether superior to anything you have seen at this blues, blacks, etc, also late colors; new, fSll hip style with draped ptice; $10.00 value FIVE DOLLARS effect; $10.00 skirts at FIVE DOLLARS A Pair of Real Good Bargains sses'& Junior coats Two Savings Items Worth While Weone 's Fine Rose "lydegrade" Galatea Values to 42-Inch Shepherd's Checks New Style Fancy Silks Sold regularly for 25o 0 a The b, longest wearing e $14.75, pel., ~ Soft finished d wt Sm.all floral designs'"; value pair, special +................-..8l ~ual sS.............tI . material made I.........-....... nLO Strong, servlceable mtterials, In a fully 75o a yard....... .......Y.-'......E CV $1,5 a y r d ................................ A big line of women's mediutm Stripes, fancy patterns, etc., in a wide range of good style.. Buy the A moot delightful late winter ms- These are the late patterns art weight hose; wire tit, spliced heel big line of the new patterns and girl's coat now; it will pay yol,. terial; full 42 inches wide; in as- colors; small floral bsitl.51 U.idw and toe: absolutely fast black: value foremost colors; full regular width: Sizes up to 16 years. 1.. ..1) sorted sie checks a f regur fanc colors; $1.5 alue t big .ie to 25c a pair, at ...................... 1s special at yard.........l s cialatyar ... ...... 18. value; special at ...... ......... O choose from; ...2 value, at..._ Choice of Any Man's Fall and Winter Suit or Overcoat Nothing keserved=Al1 the Benjamin, All the Sophomore Suits: Vals. to $35 I Pass up every offering in the clothing business until you investigate this sale. The Donohue clothing lines are too well known to need further comment. It is only necessary to say that the highest class fall and winter suits sold in this store are concerned in this selling-blues, fancies, everything in the winter class in this magnificent selling. Again, there's vari ety here, and sizes enough for every man. Actual values are as high as $35.00. Sale, $14.75. Men's Good Odd line Men's Shirts-A tremen-7 5Boys Extra Union Suits dous bargain sale of many sorts, former c Good Pants Best flat wear woolen in nat- prices up to $2.00, 'at . . . .hunred and f.. ty pars ural gray; values, $2.50 and Approximately half a hundred dozens of them; coat and regular styles, vtalie" Sto .. . : . and all styles of cuffs; all sizes; so if you are usually hard to fit, get $!1 9 5 into this sale; medium light and light colors in small figures and neat stripes; shirts here that sell in the regular way in all stores for prices up to $2.00 each; sale ......................... Seventy-Five Cents A Big Clean Up of Men's A Clean Up of Boys' High Grade $2 95 Good Winter $3 50 Wool Sweaters * Overcoats at * Good, warm, serviceable coats of the heav Odd andend lines of many sorts; white Ior, better claes; these made from strictly with colored trimmings and various col- all-wool materials; are in good sizes, and Sored styles; these are sweaters that for- are just wat you require; former prices t merly sold for as much a." $6.50. Special are as much as $12.50. Sale at THREE S at TWO NINETY-FIVE. DOLLARS FIFTY. -t001 0010________ Gently completed a tunnel 1,500 feet t( long, and has opened the vein at great g' depth. From carbonates on the sur face the ore has changed to galena, The property is in the Murray belt of 1V the Coeur d'Alenes, and the geolog- n ical conditions in the Webber mine a district are similar to these found in p1 other parts of the Coeur d'Alenes. pi The company operating the Bsue star property near the mouth of Tine creek is sinking an additional 300 feet in the wince from the lower J workings. August Gren of Kingston n Is manager. The winze is now down 1 300 feet and on that level a crosscut d was driven to the vein and 930 feet of n drifting done, showing for this dis- v tance a body of low grade milling ore c the entire width of the tunnel. At small winze was put down 40 feet on c this ore and at the bottom shows a e great improvement in the grade of the t ore. Here the vein is seven feet wide of good milling grade. The company t has decided to continue the main winze another 300 feet from which new level the vein will again be opened. The Hecla company in the Burke i district has declared a dividend 'for January of $20,000, being 2 cents per share, and brings the total dividends to date to $2,990,000. The mine is re ported to he in better shape than ever before in its history. The Nabob company in the Pine creek district has called an assess ment of 5 mills per share. The com pany is spending about $2,300 per month in development work in pros pecting the "V" group of claims held under bond and lease. . At the last delinquent sales of the stock about 50,000 shares were held. Harvey M. Ross of Kellogg is manager for the company, The James P. Howarth compafty of Wallace has taken over the Butte & Pacific property at Butte and Fred Streh, one of the members of the firm has left for Butte to assume charge of the development work. The com pany plans the sinking of a shaft 500 feet, The development work so far done allows good conmerlcial copper ore. W. C. Boyle and Fred May teport the discovery of a good bOdy (fa lena a' an, the liteqrVt*inal propetty on 'th w4rtker1k Pi dGIGek madSe wardwer. The -vi Whero tI.oi* tored is eight feet in width of good grade milling ore. The Cedar Creek company in the Murray district is driving a new tun nel a distance of 2,500 feet to gain a depth of 1,000 feet on the vein. The property is equipped with water power. MAYBRAY CASE OFF. Council Bluffs, Jan. 28.-Federal Judge McPherson today struck the re maining cases in connection with the Maybray swindle syndicate from the docket, Of 84 persons indicted in the million dollar swindle, £4 were con victed, four.were dischbtged, four be came state witnesses, seven died before r trial, six never were identified, and on i on a jury disagreed. The remaining 1 eight were not tried, partly because of the death of witnesses. The case was the most noted of a the sort ever tried in the United States. I BRYAN STILL BOOSTING. Washington, Jan. 28. - Secretary Bryan today addressed the "omntflh Council club here in favor of a state presidential primary plan. The club is r formed to extend primary plans ad 5 vocated by the president, It was de cided tO proceed with the organlzation r of branoches throughout, the countrY. =..m. .-.. =e NOSTRILS AND HEbD STOPPED UP FROM COLD? TRY MY CATARRH BALM Instantly Clears Air Passages; You Breathe Freely; Dull Headache Goes; Nasty Catsrrhel Discharge Stops. Try "Ely's Cream Balm." Get a small bottle anlrway, Just 't try it-Apply tL ilttle ik the nostrils and hdttantly yo~it clogged nose and stoDPpse-up air pAIpages of the head will. open; you wtlll breathe treely; dullteae ad he.adehe 4isappear. By tmorioistr the 'c c id-in-.oad or oeati4bhMa sore J Will k nee MInd WontO ONE DOSE RELIEYES A t0.D---O QUININE "PAPE'S COLD COMPOUND" ENDS BAD COLDS OR GRIPPE IN A PEW HOURS. Reltef comes instantly. A dose taken every two hours until three doses are taken will end grippe misery and break up a severe cold either in the head, chest, body or limbs. It promptly opens clogged-up nos rils and air passages in the head, stops nasty discharge or nose run ning, relieves sick' headache, dullness, feverishness, sore throat, Sneezing, sureness and stiffness. Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blowing and snuffling! Ease your throbbing ead Nothing else in the world gives such prompt relief as "Pape's Cold Compound," which costs only 25 cents at any drug store. It acts without assistan('e, tastes nice, cause no in convenlence. Be sure you get the genulne.--Adv. at any drug store, This sweet, frag rant balm diaslven by the heat of the nostrils; penertates and heals the in flamed, swollen membrane which lines the nose, head and throat; clears the air passages; stops nasty discharges and a feeling of cleansing, soothing reliief comes iminediately. font lay awake tonight struggling for breath, with head stuffed; nos trils closed, hawking and blowing. Catarrh or a cold, with its running nose, foul mucous dropping into the throat, and raw dryness is distressing but truly needless. Put your faith-just once-*4f "Ely's gtspd B3altA'" sad your nold or da Wail Ut;ely dlspJejAr. .hMirseitl1 ~b"4 a$WttS.a-"AA?. Orton Bros. 118 EAST CEDAft STREET State Agents Steinway & Sons Chickering & Sons Vose & Sons, Kimball and several other high-grade pianos RENT FREE Buy these two nice, fine lots in Hammond addition, with emall tour-roomn hous, for just what the lots are actually worth-$1,200-and pay on the installment plan just. as you would pay tent. Thos.e lots are among the finest in the city; the proposition is a snap; a few dollars down, balance monthly. W. H. Smead Company HIGGINS BLOCK. Phone 212. Missouel Montana. Choke Baled Clover and Timothy Hay Missoula Weed sad Feed Yard 125 W. Pihe St. Bell 458 Wall Paper . Low Prles g.Simons Paint & Paper House SA modern school -. ItýGavC~- meeting modern i de m a n nd . All ,-., courses taught If either day or evening. e dKiCH DIXON .0.11, Bell . , . r.r· CLUB CIGAR STORE POPULAR RESORT FOR MIN. MISSOULIAN HEADQUARTERS ALL PERIODICALS AND NEWtPAPERI POR IALU W. B.M'Laughlin Proprletor HAMILTON, MONTANA Sterling Mazda Lamps Give three times the light, Mad a better sort tlan the ordinary, In ferior kind. Our phone ip Bell 528 b~oa.e . T.II us that we may call atU .Si.@.6 strate these wqoatrftti 'E*A lamps. J. A. CAVA S lt R 318 North Higgilns. ImlEY,EIGEMAN & VO. GROCERS 115 Higgins Avenue. 1 Bell Phone 87; Ind. Phon. 47. • Th. B.et oe Everything in the M ,44. It - L e SLCYUNDERTARmS Phon**-dll, I; thid ijfl 11 '