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ERTAINLY, if you've had
to hunt for a record or
t paper. Nothing's more annoy
ing or exhausting.
"Y and E"
Record Filing Systems
re sa ure re for tre r i condition. You
S oW.. it ton youreir to henr what we have
/ to say a n the aibjiet.
/ MiMay or ro.premeniative t'n ll?
System pliOy urnitur l Ann
Simplify Furniturw Annex.
10T SELL STATE LAND
FOR GO00 ROAOS
MISSOULA CHAMBER OF COM
MERCE ASKED TO CO.OPERATE
IN BIG NATIONAL MOVEMENT.
The Missoula ('hai.her of Commerce
has been atiked to stiipport a resolu
tion passed by tihe Denver eitle Estate
exchange that lrges the. ntlintall gov
ernment to set nlide 1,il0.00,010l l'res of
state land in cah of t. ie northwestern
states, this land tI., I." sold and the
funds usedl toward the bulding of
what might be ternmed tintional ronlls.
At the completion of the Planalma
canal it IL pointed lit that thll inn
chinery anat ph:rllphrl aili Illhi eoitl ie
usmed in iroatd buildiing eononlalll lly
The proposted roitl, ur,:
A southern ro:ad frolll ('hllrh.,nsoi to
New Orleansl, southernll Texias. New
Mexlco. Arln:a to ,Lt Angel.es anil
San Diego. A ientraltt route frml New
York, via illtitimore. PthiIdeilphi,
Wahlingtonl, oiver the tnitionai roadl to
St. Louts Kansas ('lty, Denver, aHlt
Lake and terliilnaltllg at San t'ran
cileco. The inoirthern rld, to start at
Boston, west throunlgh A litany. Iltlffall,.
Cleveland, 'roltedol, Chi'lcago, l tthence
straight weit tihrouiglh the northelrn titer
of states toi ]'lget tounld.
The hulldling lof these roads would
eliminate sectional Pealousy whicth
would proitablly Inolr f but one great
road was hbilt, and In addlition they
would Ihe of Ihe gratest aldvantagelll Ito
Commnentilng In I the suggestioiln, liar
clay Jones in wrtlllnK for the Iotiver
organization aysl: "If congress olult
be induced to utildl the three tra Lns
continental hightiways, no inllch tile
better. buit if unwIlling to applirolritte
money for this urlloilrse It shold iatll
least let thei auwts hIave a portion of Ithe
lands tol whllch it in justly entitled
and let th tu e si l , lth to provide intltil.s
for Lbullding goold rilads. We', thlink
the wentern stults ,lIt IRs iltll'h en.
titled to feillral :aiiil,,tance hi ltnitldihg
roads 111s at sahlllirll states entitlell
to sifllitillne il Idredging lltavitlteh
highwa yh "
MILDRED RUTH LANNING
CLAIMED BY PNEUMONIA
Mlhlrel Rliuth, the 5-year-ohl daiught
ter of Mr. alind Ms, . it. I. Lanning of
this city, died at theI f amilly homt. 531
Rollins nslrict, lot !I .:ii oc'(ihik yester,
day nlutnllltl n I 1 IiI t1ile iff'Ie of
bronchial nll.lllllaia Diathl ('inme ali
a sad and slilIdl." sthock ti the retl
ative nlad frlltilli a her illness was
only of a few hours' dlluratlon. W. R.
Banning, tile father, is chief cauir
penter for the Chicago, Mllwiiatkee &
Puget Sound rallwaty for the dlvisions
between Miles City and Mtnbridgle, 8.
D., and was nlit at home yes'terday,
but is expected toi arrive thlis after
noon. A brother, liarold Lialnntng, of
Ottumwa, lwa, will lproltably alrrlive
Tuesday or \Vidnlltlsdy. No fulnertal
·Sranlgemnttll, H +1 lilll-ltlturlcl d VIlt.r'
A RUNAWAY MAIDEN
ARRESTED AT PARADISE
Undersheriff f;illnrr of la,\alill
nounty, arrived In lMixiula Ia.It von
inl from PIaraie., where he went
earlier In the I. li had In unUtody
MIss Montban Itriglt, a well-known
girl of lamnilton 15 years of age, who
was arrested it ]'uruldse on a chaerge
of incorrlglbility. The girl left her
home In Hamllton and I('plIt. s.,\eral
days in ltovensvllle. Then she m(1ine
on to Missoutla to a few daysl, 1
Saturday ,vent .o Paradirn. T'e f.r
floers will tlak<e Ih' girl to Illfal lt n
TWO PLAIN. STATEMENTS
editor of the Allltrictn I.stue, tlhe n-li
tional 'Irgun of the Antll-l-altl n lleaague,
and editor anal c.annllller of the your
book or the league, .nty (ltut thler are
too ruanl.y Hlttle statutef for the regu
latlon of the IhIuilr trafflie IH ladmitsl
that unless these laws are back up
by strelag public sentilnent, they are
useles,. Mr. Cherrlngton adds thalt the
campaigns that have been waged in
some pltaces for state-wide prohibition
had done the cause of temperance
haem, and he oites Alabama as anl
Illustration. Mr. Oherrington is evl
Sdeutly coming to see and agree with
the many other thinkers and Writers
who have written and spoken on the
Ioi option and prohibition question,
that men cannot be made good by
a law; that it is a question the Indl
S¥4 intse it odeo.t for hlmself.
NEW RECORD MADE
BY C., M. & P. S.
SUNDAY'S EAST-BOUND TONNAGE
SURPASSES BUSINESS OP ANY
DAY SINCE ROAD OPENED.
The Mlnss.llinn has mentionn'd nev
ornl timen t It:tely the increrilng hust
n-ne of oIth tranerontonentn l rnilway
ltine' running thrioughi Mi.nOIIiI. Thlr
nElvaniEl' lIIR chas en ialnrked. Almost
eve'ry :day late ly the incr.ane hlai pcled
for extra prepanrtion to handle It, new
pWR own Ihve Pieen ordered out and tihe
trafnfrrmlttlon of the quietl t lmE' fol
Iwing lthe first of tnhe year to the a*
tivitiel of t1,. laslt week hIna Ieen very
lnotliceableh. The Puget Sound's hulll
ncnlln liiEs heEi hl eispecaelly gtood In com
piarlson with Its former proportions
and yesiterday the Iotnl division en
J(oyed thlle dsllltinct nl of IpaniinI th
bhist llllark ever i'reicIhlld in a day's Einlft
ho)llll tonnlge Mll in thte (et exten
aion was: einmpietel d and put into
serv'ice. This slhowing was not ex
pIltet No enrly andi It Is very pleaning
to the local ofricilis. Yesterday was
i big day with the PRCget Sound for
inbusiness In both diretlions, but the
'enatloundl trafflc asn grent. Tneluded
In the traina unlday, were. two of
stock, one solidI train of CAttle east
and another fll Irlain eigt. Todny
there will hb two more solid stock
trains, both westbound to coast points.
A train of cattle Is coming from Ana
ralndil and a train of hogs Is en route
from 4Molth Dakota.
The Put lonlllld called lout two new
criwn yesterdily ciand In addition nev
Eral work trains will be ItEEinE merrily
on the Misntoulal division within the
nIeXE few dicly,
JUST TRY A 25-CENT
BOX OF CASCARETS
Insures You for Months Against a
Sick Headache, Biliousness, Con
stipation or a Bad
'1ct1 cside-j-jut once--the suits,
lcatllrtlr pills, EcpiEtor -ll or purga
ti've watern whii-h merely force a
ptsllsugeway tlhrough the bowels, bill
do llnt thorou hlll ly cleanse, freshen and
purify tlhese drainage or allnleltury
organs, lanld halve no effect whlctever
uollnc r thle Ilver' ccI d Elultclumach.
Keep your linsi, organl litre iandl i
fresh with t'lurtit, whch thirough
ly clulnse the slomnal. remlove the
ullligestedl, niu,rl and fermenting food
sllt foul gamce, Ik(e Ihe exc'ess hll,
fromll tlhe liver and carry out of the
sylstein all the dleeomalicsed waste mat
tecr aciid poisonll In tile Inltestines un ll
A 'ascearet tonight will make you
feIl cgrct b)y morning. They work
w'hle you sclteepi-nrever gripie, hicken
lhd c"l onilly 2:r, elite a bll , I fr,. your.
druggist. NMlllll ins f iicill liist WOIIiEn*i
take I 4'u acaret now c and
then ald crVen hiv hillId
Ilhe. illunII neslIc , i iealild lolltglle,
inlldien qlon, HNlir sta X allih or contl
pthied I.owc la. 'unearets b*ldnK din
leveiry h,,u.ehhil. 4('tllhrlc Just love
to taulke thillt.
LADY FORESTERS DANCE
AT ELITE HALL TONIGHT
T';'le Iall tol ilght Iy the CllltolIc
:ldy Foresteor will tbe d llightful, I'
h "dl"' whih c otlies from thlsni
wise arc in tiouch withi what the ciom
ullllh i n, cih rlhic'g I dllinlg cclil Ir e rllied
llcpIl. TIiIsC is. lhI' first elia orate a ffalir
thIe osiizcictiico hlis undelirtaken in
Ix yearll'n and it IC hol)clEp in tonliglht'
hall tli make up for all this Itst thice.
'he bull will bi iveni at t11il, lite hIll.
In adldre.rnes, before, the I'resbyterlan
Minlsterial union In the Witherspoon
building, Phladelpla, F;'ebruary 26,
the FLev. Dr. Potter, a widely re
peleted divi\n of the P'reehyterian
lchur-h, cubed i S'ensatin by huoior*
oiinl drawing attention to the foot
that the Anti-Haloot league wae a
rather expenlsive organiztilon. He was
in thorotugh Yllmpatlhy with ull' things
which furthered tIh temnerllrance rause.
but he had understo d that the. treas
ury of the roclety was devoted to the
paying of ualarles rather than to the
eatl~ of total abstinence. The mod.
erator. Rev, lCdmund J. Owyn, alaso
said it was a question whether the
Anti '$uloon league did not make too
The remarks of the Rev. Dra. Potter
and Gwyn aroused other mlnisters who
asked for further information about
the league and Its business methods,
The seorchiglht of investigtiion I. be.
Ini turned on the league everywhere.
DIRECTOR OP EXPERIMENT SITA.
TION GIVER REtSULTS O PRMAC
TICAL EXPItIM& NTh.
Flollowlng its line of endeavor t,
create, a greater Intirett in hog rai*n
Ing In western Montalth.he l"'mioult
Cl'ni mher of CommneteO has asked the
Montana agrliultural,satlon at Bose
man for suggestions in this line. which
mnight be of benefit to the farmer who
raiHes pigs or contelitplates doing so,
In answer to these inqutlise the teo
Iowing letter has bqgg received from
Director I. B. LitfleTd of the station:
"Our experience and the results ob'
talned by practical farmers eemn t,
indicate that hog railng should prove
a very profitable indastry in Montana,
As youl nr aware, trainlads or how!t
are shipped throtnlb the state, to went.
ern nmarketsn, and our experience In
feeding experiments Is' that our Mon.
tinl grains are well adaptdd to eco
nomlc pork produetlnh, espeelally
where good pasture In available. tUn.
cter another cover' we send you out
circular on hog management *In Mon.
Inna. which Is noWt being sent nut to
the people or the state.
"This past winter I was out helping
n1 l'nrmners' Instltute meetings with
Mr. Walrnth or Roseman. One of
Mr. Walrath's most Interesting talks
wits ln hins experli*nee In raising hog
in the ;uallatin valley. They have
rained them on quite a large scAle and
it hnas ,eon fne of the most profitable
tIIne of their farm work. One illun.
trallion sof the profits struck moe very
"Rome two years ago they purchlsnedl
Il the fall, habot $18000,00 worth of
yeillIRg ishonat. They got them aslout
thlle foreplsrt orf le'emhber. Thbey fed
tIlhse young hos abhout 1.000.00 worth
of grlin with all thile alfalfa hay and
roots they wVould eat. He olid the
ho.l In ilr tl pring, the forepart of
April, for $I.t300.00, or $1,200.00 more
thnn the shoata alnd the grain cost
them. I"e said that one man looked
after all the hogs during the winter,
which gave him a return on his labor
of $100,00 a month, wlk.h was pretty
goeld pay on the farm for the winter
"Mr. Walrath says another big and
profitable advantage In handling hoRp
on the farm in that they gath'er up the
wante grain from their grain flelds.
On alfalfa pasture the brood sows will
keep in very fine condition, and dur
ing the fall and winter, the alfalfa.,
with the mangle and the sugar beet.
keep the mows in good condition, with
but little coat.
"At the college we have always found
it an advantage to use some supple
mental feed with our grain. Skim
milk we have found to be bent; next
the sugar beet or mangel and then
the alfalfa. The turnip has not done
an well with us, eitht*r In the field or
ans a feed for the hogs."
TOWN OF IALLULAl
IS ALL INDER WET
,Tallulah, 4La., April 14.-All of the~
town of Tanllulah on the Vicksburg,
Shreveport and Pacific railroad, with
the ex'eption of a few business houses, I
Is under water tonight. Hurried levees I
have been thrown uip along the rail
rnad and every able-bodied man is
ol nding his aid in the fight to save
thlt rest of the town from the flood t
rushing through the Dog Tall crevasse
in the Misnlasippi river. t
Dwellings and small houses are a
flatling about in the flooded area,
some of which Is under 10 feet of
water. ltter tonight the water con
tinuld to rise at the rate of two Inches
ilt houlr at the depot.
PRESS AGENTS TALK
OF THEIR SHOWS
Ollie Mack in "Casey Jones.""
Merle HI. Norton will present at the I
ilarnols theater on Friday, April 26, t
Ollie Mack In Oliver nlahadle's latest
comedy "Casey Jones."
In "Casey Jones," Ollie Mack, who
will be remenbered as it co-star In I
Murray & Mack's "Finnegan'sa Ball,"
gives a htlri.rous expolniton of the I
characteristhl of the modern (elt, I
without carlcatture, exaggeration, butf e
foonery or turltrique. It is a story true %
to life, and between tile numerousll
ltluglll that thih pl iay contains are bits a
of Ipthlo to add variety to a most In
tereating performance. The presenta
tion of tlile play here will be marked
with the sitne careful attention to de.
tail and staging that was crjaracter
lasti of all former Murray & .MaAkl
BANK IN BAD.
Cinclnnati, April 14.--The officers
and directors of the ecrnnd National
hank of Cincinnati resigned tonight, I
now officers were chosen and the'
hank will be taken over by the Cin
cinnatl clearing house. The. clearingll
house will run thp institutlOn until
the stockholders º n late plans for ,
a reoirganiantion ellmactory to the a
comptroller of the curreny. Tile ac
tion was taken by the board of. dl.
rectors late tonight.
- r ---*
Deadwood, B. b.. April 14.-Snow,
varying from 11 incNe0 to tpree feet
further up in the modiitalns 'has fallen
in the last 86 hours and still ib fall.
ing. The storm is tha. vor'st of the
year and extends I.to Montana and
northeast Wymlinl. Railroa4 trlntI
In the Blac.i Hills is at a statldItill
today and t.e telegrapulc o.inmllAu
tion i tlslNnperd ba ,No ,ot
damage i reported alf 4tlhe waoers
are 0lated '4vir the Li
I· ,P i,~~.tc( At
Sad tlAIB .
,'rilc k irfrld
PlreIll , 1ooet. "Phone 680 red.
ad0t os t5ansfer. Ind. glhone 1048.
St h Daweon, Montana hlk
tMall the" Undertaker, phone 831.
-"'I;~ 1'T . Reel estate and loans.
Misraitanl torage co., C. H. Avery.
Dr. Willar,' osteopath, let. Natl. bank.
mith, ,piano tuner, loyt-Dickinson.
Meney 'to loan. lee Taylor & Pear
,Al .Ialnpln of Manhattan is in the
Fresh iouste acoffee daily. D. & ),
H. M. Jefferson of Arlee spent Sun
y In Mlissoula.
O. H. Summer of Dixon is in the
city on 'business.
HItn)gpe society. Call Rei.l plhone
9S9. red or black.
J. D. Selmons of Blutte is in Mis
soula on business.
A. Hanmen's Three 1Alke and Jeffer
snn o rivring shoes at Link's.
F. M..Bell came over from Butte
yesterday for a short visit.
Bring the children to Miller's for
hair cutting, under let Nat. Bk.
Frank D. Brown of Drummond Is In
the city, having arrived yesterday.
Iaddle horses for salo or rent at
200 Rast Main. EIther phone 450.
R. J. Brown, a well-known resident
of Lothrop Ias calling on friends here.
Hairdressing parlor. Miss Archer,
3.8 First NBtional bank hldg. Bell 886.
J. D. West of Marysville is visiting
friends and transacting business here
Dr. .~ Ioulse Smith, osteopath, Ua
sonic temple. Phene $18: res., 6883 ed.
Peter Ivanoff of Hamilton wag
among the valley visitors here yester
Dr. Anna James, osteopath, Higgins
block. Phone 8114 black; res., 853 red.
Otto Lambert of Arles was among
the visitors from this section here yesa
Money to loan on ranch and city
property. H. D. Fisher, 113 E. Main St.
Missoula Employmept Agency for
experienced help. Phone 458.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Baker spent yes
terday in Butte, the ,guests of rela
Brodken lenses dupitiated :wlthout a
prescription. Newton H. lehwelker,
optical specialist, 208-205 Montana hik.
Arthur Bishop spent Sunday in Mis
soula, coming over from his headquar
ters In Helena. .
Handy scratch pads and waiter
cheald: for sale at The Missoullan of
Mrs. J. Epstein left yesterday for
Miles City where she will' be a few
days on busineds and pleasure.
R. W'. Hudson, kiro practor. B. & A.
building, Any disease; examination
Dean Judge 3. B. Clayberg of the
law school of the University of Mon
tana came over from Helena yester
day and will lecture this week before
The Sample I(hop, 16 Masonic
temple, has removed its line of
women's garments into the store of
the WWoman's Exchange, 816% Higgins
avenue, where they will be on sale.
Ralph H. Bushnell, forest supervisor
of the Cabinet national forest with
headquarters at Thompson, is in the
city transacting business at the distriot
Mrs. Sherman Leach and Mrs. W. W.
lIllott will leave this morning for
Hamilton to attend the Morrell-P.er
brache wedding which Is to be solem
nized in Hamilton at high, noon to
Ned Wlnstanley has accepted a
positidn with the land department of
the Northern Pacific Railway company
and will assume his new dutlee at
once. He will make his headquarters
at Miles City and will leave for that
place this evening.
Norman Strett, "Cupid" Tahstini,
ISllmeron Stone, Cland Blmpkins and
Paul Barden returned yesterday aft
ernoon 'from Hamilton, 'where they
went to attend the high shool debate.
They made the trip In an automoblile
and had a most enjoyable time.
Mrs. H. R. Merrill, wife of the new
superintendent of the Missoula Gas
company, arrived here yesterday to
make her home. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill
were recently married in Spokane,
where, they lived for some time since
coming West from Indiana.
SLayolQa high school in song and Com
edy. Monday evening for children.
Admission 10 cents. Tuesday evening
for adyl l; tickets and reserved seats
S5 cents. Tickets and reservatlons may
be ha&Lt the rectory. "Box and Cox,"
"The Virginia Mummy" and "Down.
You Go" are the three comedies to be
Representative John iHlokey of
,Granite county is In Missouls, visiting
with his brother, Tom Hickey, and
Incidentally looking Into the heors
market of this section. Saturday he
purchased a number of horses hers and
he pxpects to secure more up the Sit.
ter root today and make a shlpment
I60-Acre Renqui.lure ,.
Well located in the Blaclioot "Val.
-sy; near line of propos4 'ago
130 acres tillable and *oloif.l apd
two good springs; pa~'t fo'de.
pabin, Prlie, $700, Would "op
goed .lots. at thbir cash vaps 4n
`W ,. H. rea
BAl .MtIsrula thundred ea aZ fertile
and theon N rtion pfrom.k
wythn w;tm ela . to hm*
j th t wats spplid id w ter
tin olr t earn' t e. nd th ltn
hat wityllr hundred cr the Aof fertil
landi1n the *ihoehoa0 '1ftigation prjefet
in Wyothing wilt hbe epesed to home
utead entry on April t, The first unit
of thin 'proset wee supplied with Wiater
nearly foi? years .ago and. the lend
that will be Available on the April 1$
constitutes the fourth umalt pf this
great system. lom time to 'time
other units wilt be added natil the
entire area oi the project, 164,000
acres, Is btought under ldrrgtlon.
Thin tl. lties In the Bg Horn basin,
and its climatic and agriaituiral ad
vantages 'have already attracted be.
tween 300 and 400 families whose
energy and determination is fast con
verting what was once a great sheep
range, Into a community of small
farms. There are towns with churches,
stores and centralised schools, the
railroad fecilitles are good, and 1u1
local conditions compare favorably
with the best farming districts of the
middle west and east. Water right_
for these homesteads ,re sold by the
government at cost, as described in the
pamplhlet bPing distributed by the set
tlement agent, United States reclama
tion service, Prederal building, Chicago,
More farmers are wanted now to
grow alfalfa, wheat, oats and potatoes.
More dairymen are seeded, although
the averabe value of Oream shipments
already approadhe S1;" a month. A
nursery has just been established and
the farmers have contracted for I5,000
apple trees to be delivered In two
years, while the new alfalfa mealt ilt
is making five-year contracts with the
farmers for loose hay at 86.50 per ton.
haled hay is now selling for $81.50
per ton ip Powell.
, (Ronan Pioneer.)
The Ronan Commercial club has
decided to entertain the farmers
around Ronan at two dinners. One
on IApril 27, and the other on May 11.
Those living north of the township
line between 20 and 21 on April 27.
and those south of that town'ship line
on May 11.
These will be get-together meeting-s
and some Interesting short speeches
may be expected.
The object of these dinners is to'
create a kindly feeling between the
farmers and the business men of Ro
nan and It is thought that by getting
together and discussing matters any
differences. If any, which exist may
be explained and that in the future,
as In the past, the utmost good feel
The program as arranged by the
committee having these dinners In
charge will be announced latter.
THE DOCTOR'S lESlON
Muoh S1okness Due to Sowel Disorders.
A doctor's first question when con
sulted by a patient Is, "Are your bow
els regular" iHe knows that 08 per
cent.of illness Is attended with inac
tive bowels and torpid liver, and that
this condition must be removed gently
and thoroughly before health can be
Rexall Orderles are a positive,
pleasant. and safte remedy for consti
phtlon and bowel disorders in general.
We are so certnlin of their great cura
tive waluo that we promise to return
the pufchaser's money in every ease
whell they fall to produce entire sat
Rexall Orderlies are eaten like capdy,
they act quietly, and aid in produclng
a soothing, strengthening, healing in
fluence on the entire Intestinal tract.
They do pat purge, gripe, cause nausea,
flatulene, excessive looseness, diarr
hoea, or other annoying effect. They
are especially good for ohildren, weak
persons, or old folks, Three inses, 100,
.ne and ec. Sold only at our store.
The Rexall Store. Missoula Drug Co.,
southwest corner Hisggins 'aventq and
Pront street. "
Yesterday was typically April, wi.g.
sunshine and ehadows interminqled.
Ma imum ......................................
M inimum ..... ....,........... .... 8
At 4 a, m.
Barometer ..............»............. : 67
, arometer ............... ....3...3.,ft h es
0i 11$I m the p oUtw .. t,
Ana l t ur tr and you fil fi
, Lt Svi, Wad toyour W,
rantspty 'r custo`ers and f
yofi tea. t n
moe ils tanot l
TUE WUSE UNION TrEEGRAPH A U
.1' By leslthe Best
They average 25 per cent
more mileage than other
!tires. The uniform
strength in Fisk Heavy Car
S Type construction is the
explanation. The Fisk
Company has succeeded in making a "balanced t~"'
-one in which all parts show equal resistance to wear.
Telephone us your orders a our expense and we
will ship immediately by prepid expess from our
new and complete stock. Write for price list.
. Valley Mercantile Co.
For your ledgers, stock books and all loose-leaf books
Holds 1 to 1'(00 Sheets
Lays flat on the desk; no metals; the best on the
market; all sizes and styles.
Missouln Publishing Co
UPhone 110 Mssou Itthea
in * I ° _ ' I_ L L i II I
tor about 14 houRs and, evidently InL
fluenced to a certain extent by the in
sanity plea, the jury which held his
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