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The Daily Missoulian. [volume] (Missoula, Mont.) 1904-1961, May 05, 1917, Image 3

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r Silk Poplin 89c A
36-inch .silk poplin suitable fur dresses,
etc., in maize, gold, maroon, old rose,
brown, Kray, tan, preen, royal
blue anti navy; the yard ......
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'Black Taffeta »1. 29'
Saturday the silk section offers a. splen
did.quality black silk taffeta; pure thread
dypd; full 36 inches wide; regular $/.75
grade; special, the yard, £ j
25c Children's Blk. Hosiery, Pr. 19c
"Msiko this a headliner," said the. hosiery buyer, for the quality will bring
forth exclamations front those who really know hosiery values and how hard
stockings are to get; this lot of children's hosiery is a special purchase from a
well-known maker; in sizes to 10; fine black lisle quality, with
doulile heel add toe; special, the pair, at.... ..................................
19c
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Women's Hose 15c
Women's black and while, fine ribbed
cotton liose; a better grade than you
wotdd expect to find at a sale; sizes S',i
to 10; with double sole and licet
and ribbed garter top; the pair
Kid Gloves $1.75'
Week-End'Drag Sundry and
Toilette Goods Sale
It's a proven fact that by selling
great quantities of toilet prepar
ations and drug sundries our
• stocks are the freshest in the city.
Besides, we offer worth while
savings at these week-end events
that should capsc you to antici
pate your future needs. Check
this list over carefully and bring
it with you Saturday.
Hudnut's Perfume,oz. 50c
Choice of the following Hudnut odors—
Lilly of the Valley, Aimec, Ideal Pink, .White
Lilac, Ideal Sweet Pea, Jocky Club and
Sweet Orchid.
Regular 25c size Listeriae, the 1 Oi' ,;
bottle, at ..................................................
Regular 50c size Listerine, the 90**
bottle, at .............. *93rC
Regular $1.00 size Listerine, the
bottle, nt .................................................
25c size Colgate's dental powder,
the can ...................................................
Donohue's special talcum powder,
the can ..................................................~
25c size liquid cucumber cream,
tlie bottle ..................................................
25c Honeysuckle and almond
cream, the bottle ..................................
size Colgate's ribbon dental
cream, at ................................................
50c size Jardin de Rose face
powder, at ................................
10c Wrisley's vogeto toilet soap,
4 bars at ...............................................
25e Société Hygcnique face powder,
15c,
Regular $2.25 grades, la washable kid
gloves ; a reduction that It worth while
to every woman who needs gloves; sizes
5 1 j to S; in oyster while, gray, brown
and coffee; with embroi
led bucks; tlie pair
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11.75
at
79c
19c
10c
19c
19c
19c
39c
25c
10c
Extra Special
Just for Saturday onlv, the drug
section offers six large rolls of
Jap crepe toilet tissue
for.
(Limit—12 rolls to a customer.)
and the Garment Interest for Saturday
will chiefly center about these Dresses at $16.75
Goats at $16.75 and Goats at $22.50
Because ol the very particular charm of the dresses at $16.75 —because of the style and value in the
coats at $16.75 and $22.50 treble interest it is, and full measure, to brim and running over, for you and
every woman who is in the mind of a new dress or a coat. If you and every other woman will take
this news in the spirit with which it is printed today—for it is good news and there is a price strata of
importance running through it all.
"If you can.convey the idea," says one who is the enthusiastic intimate of
these dresses and these coats, then the lirst days of May should be one oi the
great days of May in the garment section, and this page appreciates its re
sponsibility and is striving to convey the idea. Impossible as it has ever
been to describe with any degree of adequacy the intangible beauties of
gown, coat or frock with the slightest degree of individuality—
And all these Dresses and Coats
have individuality and much of it
THE DRESSES may occasion surprise if you compare them with expecta
tion, of soft, rich taffeta, crepe de Chine, Georgette crepe and combinations,
in white, taupe, rose, metal gray, black, flesh, eallot blue, foliage green, gold,
mustard and chartruse; simple belted styles and modified ideas; 01 4L *FP
values as high as $35.00; see them Saturday, at O
COATS AT $16.75 arc the wonder values of May month offerings; the ma
terials* are woal velours, gabardines, poplins, tricatine and serges; styles for
motoring, street and dress wear, in black, navy, Copenhagen, green, rose,
tan, mustard and chartruse; values as high as $29.75; choice,
Saturday, at ...........................................................
COATS AT $22.50, and such values—-nothing could be more in correct style to wear with sports suits and
skirts than one of these late model coats; their rich elegance will appeal to the most esthetic taste 1 their
price comes within the limits of any pocketbook; all colors represented; values as high r/>
as $39.75; choice, at ..............................,....... .
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New Footwear
Nut only correct in style, but
correct footwear to give you the
greatest amount of pleasure and
enjoyment in knowing that your
Icet are well dressed* Of course
you know that shoe prices have
been advancing very rapidly, but
still Donohue's qualities are way
under other stores' prices on foot
wear that lias tlie style, snap and
elegance that most women want.
1 he policy of our basement store
in underselling will more than
double the season's business over
the corresponding months of last
vear. I here's a reason, and it
behooves you to investigate.
Women's Red Cross
Shoes $6 to $12
K» ,, l < T nss ! i<o lor Aomen is sold at
1 >onoh tu» > t \t hisi\i !\ mi Missoula, and wo
.ti«' showing this fnunus lino in staplet and
t'«no\ patterns. I itht :< u. I laoo models; nip.
l. high and low In. * * ! : in all roinbina
• of gray, must a i. I white I »row n and
V«'ii will find more comfort, and
• m these* shoes than any We know of,
Dm Hu money. S.v Unit the Red Cross
l.ih» I is st illl| « d on the sole of ouch shop.
$6.00 to $12.00
Women's Novelty
Shoes
Me a ltd hut Im
• I low ::| ool hr
S, Willi I..... ...
I I \\ n tour and
gi a lid Mark, gray atid
lam v buck liq s and
Mr I onthina I inns, nil new
ii 1 1 | s willi short, 1 1 nul I u in
I'lir, d Ihr hair, at
$4.50 to $10.00
facw Pocket hooks, 50c up toV
^ Silk Skirtings, $1.98
^ I5c Apron Gingham, 9c
$9.00
Regular $2.50 Values
Standard Qualities
Smart new handlings in silk, lea (her;
Think W'lial a sprriul low price Ibis is on
Une reason why we are always su Misy
silk combinations and silk bended nf
im'W silk skirtings. 1 < 1 « - ; 1 1 for {sports ; m < 1
usual offerings Unit are sure to appeal
lairs, in all the new shades that are
winning Idgb favor for wear with tin
online w«'jir; v«*ry n» west pallrnis in
to the home dressmaker. Hor in
stance, this apron gingham, in all size
sports iiltirr. Colors, gray, Brown,
«'old a ini r< « n, gold, <>M him- and red, tan,
checks, blue und while, black and
fnniy fittings and silk linings. Hirst
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black and gold, white cerise 01 AO
sind gold; the yard, at
white. Saturday only,
^he yard ............................
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Newest! House 1 Dresses $1.25
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Reduced from a much higher marking, you profit here Saturday by a well
known house dress maker's mistake. For some unknown reason, or error,
our big order for house dresses was duplicated and rather than have the
dresses returned, this maker made an attractive price to us on the whole
shipment, that enables us to offer all the newest styles for house or porch
wear at way under regular. They arc made of fine quality, fast-color ging
hams or percales, in scores of new and attractive patterns and trimming
combinations, including the two-piece breakfast sets. Come
early Saturday fo- best choosing; each.........................................
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Donohue's New
Waist Center
Perfectly Adorable
Blouses $5.75
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Only once in a long, long while arc we able
to print blouse news of such importance that
rings with a note of economy from one sec
tion of Missoula to another. Blouse wise
women will be here in great numbers to make
first selections, while styles and patterns are
intact. We will just hint that these blouses
have been reduced from a higher price and
you may expect a big surprise in value.
Blouses of crepe de Chine, Georgette crepe
and lacy affairs; perfectly adorable models;
blouses for all occasions' wear; 10 C fFC
priced special, at .........................^
^ Second Floor. ^ »
La Princesse Corsets $4.75
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I. * Ins in- specially priced. Thin group contains models Unit
win- formerly priced ii 11 to $7.50 and at regular they were consid
ered splendid .values; ohoire of fancy coutil or broche materials In
while or | ink; models for every woman, and they're handsomely
trimmed. See the Higgins avenue window display.
Single or double front lace, the pair ..........
14.75
Keds—Shoes, New and Attractive
Keds, the perfected canvas rubber-soled shoes,
are designed to meet the desire of women to wear
comfortable as well as attractive shoes for work
and play. Housework is lighter and easier and
play is greater fun when one's feet are easy and com
fortable. Keds are appealing in their distinctiveness.
The tops are of a specially woven, fine grade of canvas.
Keds—all of the best workmanship and attractive in style.
Many styles from which to select.
Plenty for men, girls and boys.
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THIS IS THE STORE THAT SELLS
Clothcraft (all wool)
Suits at $15.00
We arc selling more of these famous clothes to
discriminating Missoula men than ever before
in our history. Father and son can look with
equal assurance to obtaining supreme clothes
satisfaction when they purchase Clothcrah (at!
wool) clothes. I hesc clothes give older men
an appearance of youth fulness and alertness
and dignity withal; they give younger men an
air of success and poise that many will find in
valuable in business. We illustrate one of
many smart new Clothcraft models; fabrics are
all wool, with those qualities of tailoring and
appearance which only all-wool can impart.
These clothes are guaranteed to fit perfectly;
the brisk military cut of some of our new mod
els is particularly in demand just now. Your
particular preference in weave and pattern is
here in your exact size. These sup
erfine ready-to-wear clothes priced
Boys' Suits
Special at $5.00
Every suit » wonderful value at this price and cvciy one
guaranteed for service. Only fine all-wool fabrics go into
their making. Regular and snappy Norfolk models, well
lined and tailored; with one pair full cut, lined knickers;
sizes 9 to 18 years; a special value at a spe- AA
Men's 50c Neckwear
3 for only $1.00
Just for Saturday only, the men's section ojfeis
the choice of any 50e neckwear in the house at
3 for $1.00. This includes the very newest
flare-end four-in-hands that have onlv been in
the house just a few days; new patterns, choice
colorings and combinations that men £| An
like; Saturday only, 3 tics for JPI.UU
Men's Shirts at $1.00
$15
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been use wr »irr tnbi by men who know q
the host dollar shirts to be round in .......
and W makes, in new patterns; nil size:
section.
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Out of Town Patrons
I Oder by mull. We have an
of our mail order department,
will bo filled from this ndvortls
publication.
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experienced shopper in charge
and out-of-town mull orders
•incut three days after date of
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Saturdays
Open at 8 A. M.
Close at 6 P. M.
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Saturdays
Open at 8 A. M.
Close at 6 P. M.
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New Neckwear 59c
Values to $2.00
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Some of our very < bon e pin es in high gi
come slightly mussed from handling, tin s
one big group for Saturday's selling; value
am $2.On; choice, at..................-......................
•b. i oll.ua have be.
Invo been put into
as high

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