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Money In Any of These V, C~w lots within half a tilodk of the N. P. depot; |9,130 feet; a big bargain at SB500; only $500 cash need. Two lots, each 40x130 feet, ton i.otth Third street; ce ment walk in front and city water within 10 feet; a spe cially fine opportunity for the home-builder, as I can make terms to suit the most modest purse; $375 each. Six fine lots in block 52, South Missoula. They are right where the city is im proving most rapidly and are an excellent buy; $250 each --one-third cash, balance one and two years. THEATRICAL MAN GIVES FREE RIDE TO "KIOS" Manager H. W. Van Dyke of the Sutton Opera company adopted a unique method of advertising his show . yesterday, when he procured a bobsled and team and invited every boy in "'town to either mount the rig or attach his handsled to any available hook or staple attached to the bob. On the second trip down Higgins avenue the Outfit was piled four deep with , houting, cheering, and screeching ."kid's, while hanging on to a rope at .tached to the rear of the sleigh was , string of handslods, occupied by the happiest boys to be found in Missoula. At one time the procession was nearly two blocks long. MRS. K. A. ROLLINS FINDS STOLEN POCKETBOOK Yesterday afternoon the purse '.asthed from Mrs G. I. Collins Frl . day night was found by Mrs. K. A. SRollins in the back yard of her home at 311 I.ast Apruce street. The money that had been in the purse, $1.75, ac Serdlng to Mrs. Collins, was gone, but the trinkets and rings were, undis turbed. It is evident that the thief threw the pocketbook into the yard behind the Rollins house while escaping from his pursuers. IN DISTRICT CQURT. Yesterday in the district court Judge ,Webster signed a decree of divorce separating Joseph (7. Johnson and .Himma Johnson. The defendant did .not contest the suit. During the day a great amount of routine business was transacted, including the adoption by Use judge of the findings of the jury Je . the case of George Grover against Mary Grover. As will be remembered, .George Grover sued for a share in the estate of the late Joseph Grover, claim lag that he was adopted by the latter .with the understanding that he was to bhave a legacy. The jury denied his dailm. In the case of W. 13. Foster against W. F. Hughes a judgment for $57 was rendered in favor of the plaintiff. The ease of Yonkers against Bates & Rog ers was dismissed as settled. It con cerned a contract. . Judge Webster signed an order :es terday reappointing Charles W. Blair official stenographer for depal tment No. 1 of the district court of the Fourth judicial district. CHIEF WILL DANCE. c(hiof of Police William Smlith will ;o over to HIlena this morning and will be gone until Tuesday . While in the Capital city he will atteund the in augural ball in honor of llovernor Nor ris. In his absence Officerr' Therrliault will act as chief. Notice. The firm of Ri'ey & Otteruiller owners of the ,iliver Dollar bar, at 115 West Main street, Missoula, Mont., is dissolved by mutual consent. The business will Ibe conducted by W. H. Riley, who will pay all indebtedness, up to and including date, and said W. H. Riley will collect all accountE 'due said firm. W. H. RILE Y, P. J. OTTERMILLER. Witness: W. R. VAN VALEN. Missoula, December 31, 1908. Wanted We have a customer for a small place where chick ens can be raised, at a price not exceeding $1,000. If you have such a place, call in and let us know about it. W. Ht. SMEAD CO. Phone 212 Red. Higgins Blk. Missoula, Mont. WHO MAY TAKE PART IN THE BALLOT QUALIFICATIONS OF VOTERS EX PLAINED BY CITY ATTOR NEY WOODY. The following qualifications have been announced by the city attorney as governing the voters in Tuesday's election on the street car and electric light frandhlses. They are issued to enable the judges to decide as to who are qualified voters and to enable the citizens of the city to ascertain their standing. The qualifications are as follows: Section 3291 of the revised Codes, 1907, providing for the submission of applications for franchises to the voters of any city or town, Is as fol lows: Section 3291--(Grant of franchises must be submitted to tax-paying free holders. No franchise for any pur pose whatsoever shall be granted by ,any city or town, or the mayor or city council thereof, to any person or persons, association or corporation, without first submitting the applica tion therefor to the resident freehold Irs whose names shall appear on the city or county tax roll prec.c'ding such election. Persons to be entitled to vote at the special election to be held in the city of Missoula on Tuesday, January 5, 1909, must be possessed of the follow lng cquallllcatlons: First--They must be citizens of the United States of the age of 21 years or over. Second--They must have resiled itn the state of Montana for one year and within the city of Missoula for six months immedilately lpr'ec'ding the day of election. Third--Their names mllust appear on the last tax roll of Missoula county as the owners of real estate situated within tihe linits of the city of Mis souls. Blotch alncn and wol.llten possesLsicng all of the above qualiflication s are en titled to vote at this election. The following persons are not quall fled to vote at this election: First--pe1rsons whose nalmes do not aplear on the last tax roll of Missoula countty as the owners of real estate situated within tihe limits of the city of Missoula, although they may be residents of the city of Missoula and may he qualified to vote at all gen orall runctilpal elections. S.r'ondi --]'rsons who are aLss(essed On thei last tax roll of Missoula county on real estate situated within the limn its of the city of Missoula, but who are not hona fide residents of the city of Missoula. Third- --Persons wlho artc residents of the, ci(ty of Missoula and o'who were o\\wnlrs of real estato situted withllin the city of Missotula at the dlate of the c'mpillation of the last tax roll of Missolhti county, Ibut hcose rc'al estate was aIssessed oic scllh' taxll roll in the llname of some otherl persont. The list of voters in the hands of the judges at the different pollltng pnlces contains the tniitces of call the residents of the city of Missoula who were ;s selssed on the last tax roll of Missoula county onc real estate belonging to tihemll, LIctn a ipersonl wllose tcname does not appecr' on this list is not entitled to vote' unlelss he can produce cc sigllnd statelontnt fromt thle c'ounty tas se'sescr of Missoula coutnty that his namelllt' OtHes ap))peal' on the last tax roll of Missoula counllty ias being assessed with real cstatc' situated in the city of M Issoula. but his name has been omnittel fronm such list by inadvert'lcence or mistake. FRANK WVOO)DY, (City Attorney. PASTOR AND PEOPLE Methodist. First Methodist Epl.scopal church, East Main and Washington streets. James W. Tait, pastor; residence, 316 East Main street, phone No. 30. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning subject. "hdeals for the New Year." Evening subject, "Who Will Answer?" unday school at 12:20; l'pworth league at 6:30 p. mn. The north side Sunday school will meet at 3 o'(clck in the Seve nth Day Adventist chulrclh. '1The chlrch of the cordial greeting invites the public to be pres. entt at thIse se rvices. Strangers wil! find It "just like home." Presbyterian. Morning services at 11 o'clock. Sub jct of dliscourse will het. "The ('ost of Indltffertene." lt.. T. A. Wickes will occupy the pulpit. .\ solo will be sung by WV. W\ Wick,'s Sunday school at 12:15 p. inm C'hristian Endeavor at 6:45 p. In There will be no prettchlng in the evening. Christian. Co.ler '('dar and wals hi igloo treets. lev. W. II. Buaghy, plastor. Itesidence. 315 \Vashington. Phone 20. Sunday school at 12:20 p. mI. Preach ing at 11 a. Im. and 7:30 p. tm. Morn ing subject. "Jesus' Iast Word to Iis liseiples"; evening. "The Way to Heaven." There will be good tmusie at both these servicers under the direction of H. M. Iarratt. A cordial Invitation is extendmed to the public and especial ly to straugers Baptist. I'orner Harris and Spruce streets. irev. H1iairy Van Engeletn, pastor. Prenclthing at 11 at. In. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday school at 12:15 p. in. and B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. in. At the morning service a short address on "The Mean ing of the I1,rd's Supper" will be giv on, after which the ordinance will be observed. "Busy Here and There" will be the subject of the evening sermon. Special music in the evning. The pub lic is cordially linvited. South Side Methodist. First Methodist Episcnpal C'hurch South. Services held in the Garden ICity Commercial college, corner South Higgins avenue and Fourth street. tl H. Gibbs, pastor; residence, 302 South Fifth street west; phone. No. 259 red. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. nt. Morning subject, "The Past";; even ing subject, "The Future." Sunday school at 10 a. m. First Congregational. South Fifth and Chestnut. Rev. Dwight S. Bayley, pastor. Residence, 1001 So4th Fifth west. uirshlip with preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 12:15 p. m. Young people's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Sub ject of morning sermon, "Steps in an Uncompleted Journey." Evening sub ject, "The Bottle and the Well-A Question of Sources " Good music. All are cordially invited. The annual meet Ing of the church will be held next Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. It Is hoped that all members of the church and congregation will be present. Swedish Lutheran. Swedish Lutheran, 430 Alder street: Rev. A. V. Anderson, pastor; resi dence, 538 North Third street-Morn Ing service at 10:46; Sunday school at 12 m.; evening service at 7:30 o'clock. All Scandinavians are most cordially invited. German Lutheran. Services at the German Evangelical Lutheran church, south wide, corner of Hazel and Sixth streets-Preaching at 11 a. m.; Sunday school at 12 m. These services arc held every Sunday of the month except the first. Gustav Mertz, pastor; residence, 832 Edith street. Christian Science. Corner Pine and Pattee streets. Ser vices Sunday at 11 a. m. Subject of lesson sermon, "God." Episoopal. Episcopal church, Rev. W. Lennie Smith, pastor; Sunday school, 9:45 a. in.; holy communlon and sermon, 11 a. m.; evening prayer, 7:30 p. m. Choir practice will be held after the evening service. Vestry meeting will be held \Vednesday evening. Wednesday being the f'estival of the Epiphany, there will be a celebration of the holy communion at 10 a. im. LOCAL BREVITIES ,moke Win. Hooper cigars. (i. W. Ithodes was in the city yester day from Clinton. Ring 263 black for Ed's hack. D. Dowd of St. Ignatius spent yes terdtay In this city. James M. Rhoades, fire insurance. John Christensen was in town yes terday from Paradise. Marsh, the undertaker, phone 321. 11. It. Bailey was in the city yester dlay from Deer Lodge. Public stenographer, Florence hotel. I)Dave Whalen, a resident of Huson, is in town for a few days. Public stenographer, Dawson, 6 Dixon A. E. (lrtffin of Taft is spending a touplc of days in the city. C. Ferguson, insurance, real estate. C. C. Spencer of Wallace is spend ing at few days in Missoula. Dr. Willard, osteopath. 1st Nat. bank Mrs. F. F. Iliaser of Bendlji, Minn., vwas in Missoula yesterday. Piano tuning, $3.50. Phone 5383 red. A. I.. l'iehdalue of Frenchtown ar rived In the city yesterday. Majestic hams and Edgewood eggs --fine. D)avid Beach of Florence'! was a busi less visitor here on Saturday, W. I). Roney of Stillwater, Minn., is spnding a few days in this city. it. Gwinn, M. D., diseases of the eye, ear, nose, throat. Glasses fitted. Mrs. W'. E. Brown of Lothrop was in Mdssoula shopping yesterday. B. 1'. Brower and family spent yes terday with Mllssoula friends. Have your carpets cleaned the new way. Phone 561. Sloan Davis. A. C. Lynn w\as In this city yesterday from his home in Bearmouth. Drink Joel B. Frazier at the Oxford. "Every swallow makes a friend." William Touchette of Huson is at tending to business in this' city. D)r. F. IH. Hall of 1)eer Lodge greeted friends in this city yesterday. J. Meriam, electrical fixtures and supplies. Phone 311 black. J. I'. Steele of Anaconda spent yes terday on business in this city. Miss I. h.lieley of Victor was a guest at the Windsor yesterday. II. J. Hamill, architect, top floor First National Bank building. F. L. Ituzzell of Conrad is attend ing to business matters in this city. Dr. and Mrs. Mlliken of Hamillton were' visitors in thli city yesterday. lligh-class piano instruction by Neal c'. Perry. graduate pianist. Phone 82 red. Sul'i'rviser Eliers Ki'ch of the Lolo iititnal forest went to tol' yesterr II. L. Anderlson of Slndtisoint WaS a ,business visitor in thi city )'ester day. NSw classes will be formned in the dtllffcrent departments of the Garden c'ity Commerlcial college beginning with the winter tirmn January 4. Jl.hn .Matt of Arle has been in Mliss'ula for a couple of days on busl A. , Jemnison and E'd Jimison of c'liarw\ati' ly\r w 2r1 Missi.ula visitors yes The Star roller rink will be open every afternoon and evening from now on. Mrs Lotta Ward, aI resident of Glas gin', Mont., is visiting with Missoula friends. C'. C'. Hall, supervisor of the Deer Lodge forest, with headquarters at .Alllclnda, hias been spelndlng several TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ILOST - LLEWELLYN SETTER white and tan. Return to Worden's store for reward. 4-ROOM HOUSE, NICELY FUR nished; for rent at once. 832 Lo cust street. FOR SALE - SADDLE HORSE. Phone 502 red. SADI)ILE HORSE. Pt(HONE 502 RED. WANTEDI--GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. 613 North Sixth street. FUIRNISHED ROOM, FOR ONE OR two gentlemen; steam heat. Tele phone 218 red, 108 South Fourth street west. s r e U w R N I t' I E DI H OUSEKEEPING rooms. 608 \Vest Pine street. WOMAN WANTS STEADY WORK; no laundry. M. Buxton, 207 Chest nut street. days in consultation with the officials in this city. He will return to Ana conda this morning. James P. Ryder of Deer Lodge is spending a few days on business in this city. The winter term of the Garden City Commercial college begins Monday, January 4. P. C. Hansen and family of Hamil ton are spending a couple of days in Missoula. The Misses Brown, Holmes and Ol son of Hamilton were Missoula visi tors yesterday. Dr. Reisland, optical specialist, Ham mond block, directly over Missoula Drug Co. Glasses ground. Phone 274 red. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Whitaker, resi dents of Minneapolis, are visiting with Missoula friends. C. H. Richardson of Lothrop Is in the city in the interests of the West ern Lumber company. All students of the Garden City Commercial college who enrolled be fore the holiday season are requested to be present at the opening of the winter session, Monday, January 4. Otto Lundberg, a well-known resi dent of Paradise. was a business visitor in Missoula yesterday. Charles Thomas, a well-known resi dent of Blackfoot, transacted business in this city yesterday. Don't forget the band dance on Monday evening at Elite hall. Full band will furnish the music. A good time is assured. F. M. White came down from his home in V:ctor yesterday and is greet ing friends, In this city. Mrs. lRhodes of Paradise is spend Ing a few says in this city, combining pleasure withi shopping. Shampool Ig, manicuring and chirop ody done at your residence. Mrs. W. F. Coleman, phone 481 black mornings before 11 o'clock. J. D. MacVicar, a prominent mer chant of Drummond, attended to busi ness affairs in this city yesterday. Charles Mattson of Saltese arrived in thie city yesterday on the Coeur d'Alene train and is transacting busi ness here. Howard K. Welch, one of the promi nelt brokers of Hutte, came down on No. 5 last evening alnd will return this morning. Mr.. Norton of the Missoula Busi nss college has retured to Missoula after her Christmas vacation and is prepared to make new enrollments for the midwinter term of college. Dlr. J. Ii. Underwood of the state university has returned from Helena, where he has been engaged in work at the state law library during the ,lidays, to resume his work al school. The January class in the shorthand department of tile (arden City Com rmrercial college will be organized dur ing the ol,,eninlg week of the winter se imester. All new students are request ed to get in early. Thie nmen of the l'or stry service at Trapper creek, south of Darby, have just completed the construction of a barn for the use of the ranger. The barn will accommilnodate five horses and a large amount of hay. Its to tal cost was just $150: Harry A. Denny of Anaconda, who is intierested in thll construction of some( of the concrete bridges for the Stt. Paul road east of this city. has been spending a couple of days in this city. He will return to his duties with the Anaconda Standard this morning. EAGLE BAND PLANS ELABORATE DANr'E Tomorromw evening in the Elite hall the, Missould Eagle band will give the first of the series of dancing parties recently announced. The entire mem ber instrumentation of the band will furnish music for the event. VACATION ENDS TUESDAY. Work at the state university will be resumed Tuesday morning, following a vacation of about eighteen days. Classes will start promptly on the opening day after the vacation, as all students are expected to return today and tomorrow. There are still four weeks of the first semester left and thei work during this period will nec essitate hard study by the students as all courso-s are given by selnesters and work must be, clompleted and reported on or students are "flunked." The second semester will begin February 20. STATEMENT FROM DR. PARSONS. Editor Missoulian: In order to keep tihe record straight I desire to state that onI Janiuary 1 I collected in it short time, $14 and delivered it Mrs. Haley at the Blriton lodging house, and also at lot of toys. etc., for the three little ('childrlen, one of whom is seriously sick. To the credit of the big-hearted peo ple of l issoula be it said that not a man refused to contribute the amount asked for and they would have willing ly given nmore. The father was take1n to St. Patrick's hospital-a charitable institution-and was admitted after the pay was vouched for. W. 11. PARSONS, M. D. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Tie following instruments were filed yesterday in thile office of the county clerk: l)eeid-Missoula Trust & Security bank to Jessie Doney, lots 8, 9 and 10 in block 71 of Knowles' addition No. 2. Deed-Jessie Doney to James Craney, above described property. Patent--State of Montana to Charles Emsley, lots 1 and 2 in block 24 of School addition. IN THE LAND OFFICE. In the land office yesterday Eli Ed wards made his final timber and stone proof on the east half of the south east quarter of section 4 In township 14 north, range 16 west, containing 80 acres. The consideration was $2.50 per acre TO INAUGURAL BALL. President and Mrs. C. A. Duniway leave tomorrow for Helena, where they will attend the inaugural ball given for Governor Norris. Are You a Weather Prophet? Does your rheumatism tell you when we're going to have rain or a change in the weather? You'd be wil Ilng to quit Ire(icting the weather if you could get rid of the rheumatism then use Ballard's Snow Liniment. It's sure. Price 25c. 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by Geo. Frelahelmer. Ohe Qolden Rule Children's fjose---Jpecials Children's good, strong, firm knit, fast black ribbed hose, for boys and girls; regular value 19e; all sizes from 6 to 10; special, two pairs for .......................................--. - Extra Jtrong Ribbed jose Extra strong ribbed fast black hose, for boys and girls, with reinforced knee and foot, all sizes from 6 to 10; three pairs for......50O tihlletic fose Extra heavy, wide rib, double knee and foot; if you have had trouble in finding a hose that will wear, try one pair of these; all sizes; per pair ................. ........ .......25# .fheet 3lankets J'ilkoline and Wlhite Cotton By placing orders for large quantities of Comforters cotton blankets enables us to make prices Comforters made of best quality wash lower than you have been accustomed to able silkolines, and filled with pure white pay. carded cottons, closely yarn-tied or stitched. 10-4 full imeasure sheet blankets, good weight, in tans, grays and white, assorted Com forters fast color borders; per pair ...............68¢ C rter 11-4 full measure sheet blankets, extra Full size, filled with pure white fluffy cot weight, extra fleecing, grays, tans and ton; best grade silkolines ................$1.50 white, assorted fast color borders; per 72x80 best silkoline comforters, filled with pair ......................................98¢ and $1.25 white soft cotton, close yarn-tied, good as 12-4 largest size nrade, an extra heavy, soft sortment of colors; each .............1.85 fleeced sheet blanket, in white, tans and 72x84 best solkoline comforters, filled with grays: special value, per pair ..........$2.45 best grade soft white cotton, extra heavy; splendid assortment; each ..................$3.25 el (o0ol. fjigh qrade All Grades Comforter Coverings and Cot ton Batts. California Blankets Full Bleached Bath Ftowels In these celebrated high-class blankets we - JtClaited make a complete showing in whites, plaids, light and dark grays, mottled and browns; 18c full bleached bath towels ................13¢ full assortment of sizes; ranging in price 25c full bleached bath towels ..............19l from ........................................ to $12.50 35c full bleached bath towels .......25¢ $45o0 piano 7,.ke ts qiJen with each Oc department or ith a ppuurchase rchase from an department or with a 25cpurchase of jewelry. IL " Official. The board of county commissioners of Missoula county, Montana, met in oxtra session Monday, December 28, 1908. at 10 o'clock a. m. Present, D. J. Andrews. chairman: Tyler Worden, D. T. Curran, commissioners. F. L. Smith, clerk. It was moved by Worden and sec onded by Curran that the resolution granting a right of way over the new Higgins avenue bridge for an electric railway, water mains and electric wires and conduits to J.. R. Wharton, be accepted. Carried unanimously. Moved by Worden and seconded by Curran that the resolution granting right of way over the new Higgins avenue bridge for electric wires to the Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone com pany 1,e accepted. Carried unani inmously. The resignation of George S. Gro ver, constable of Frenchtown town ship, was accepted.. The board adjourned to meet Tues day, December 29, 1908, at 10 o'clock a. m. The board met Tuesday, December 29, 1908, at 10 o'clock a. m. Same offi cers present. The board adjourned to meet Wednesday, December 30, 1908, at 10 ,'clock a. m. The board met Wednesday, Decem ber 30, 1908, at 10 O'clock. Same offi cers present. Moved by Andrews and seconded by Worden that the liquor license of Bar ney Swanson be revoked for violating the laws of the state of Montana. Carried. The following petitions for liquor licenses were rejected: Peter Hanson, John Culhane. Joseph Laherty and E. V. eek, all of Taft, Mont. The board adjourned to meet Thurs day. December 31, 1908, at 10 o'clock it. In. The board met Thursday, December 31, 1908. at 10 o'clock a. m. and ad journed to go up the Blackfoot on a tour of inspection of roads and bridges. Adjourned. F. L. SMITH, Clerk. Attest: D. J. ANDREWS, Chairman. Notice to Contractors. Scale of wages of International Hod Carriers and Building Laborers, to take effect January 1, 1-909, will be: Tending plasterers, $5 per day; mix ing and handling mortar for masons and bricklayers and carrying hod, $4.50 per day. All other work, tending ma sons, bricklayers and carpenters, and mixing and handling concrete, 14 per day. Eight hours (between 8 a. m. and 5 p. m.) to constitute a day's work. All overtime and Sundays shall be paid time and a half; holidays, double time. J. A. JOHNSON, S. S. WILDER, President. Recording Secretary. Three surgeons, assisted by half a dozen attendants, recently removed a 25-pound tumor from a lioness in the Cincinnati zoological gardens, one of the rarest operations in the .*°tnry of veterinary science. Look at This 5-room house, two lots, 18 bearing fruit trees, woodshed, chicken house and shade trees. All for ,..1,800 Frank P. Keith INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS Room 10, Dixon BIk. Phone 319 Red Missoula Investment Co's Grocery Shop 121 EAST MAIN ST. PHONE 72 A. J. BREITENSTEIN, Mgr. PHONE 72 Electa Coffee Fresh Dates The wife as well as the husband Stuffed with cream candy or is deserving of consideration in rolled in cocoanut. Per lb .....2g5 things eatable and drinkable. Fresh Pineapple, large, ripe, juicy; Household duties are taxing upon each the nervous system-just as taxing as are the duties attendant upon Ehman's ripe Olives; nutritious, money making. Good coffee is nutty and full of oil; per jar ..85# stimulating, is a tonic, and is just Strained Honey; pure California the thing to restore the shattered honey; clear strained; per jar, nerves of the hard-working house- 20¢, 3654 and 656 keeper, and it's best to use the best. Bnt's afer Crackers; in neat good. cartons; each .................865 Chicken Pot Pie with the dumplings 45c Pound in; per can ...............8. Boston Brown Bread, large can 25S Joe Fitzgerald's TOGGERY A happy and prosperous New Year to you. If you're looking for a good res olution put this under your hat band: "When I need a suit or overcoat I'll have Joe make it for me, and save $5 to $15. "When I'm running shy on shirts, collars, neckwear, underwear and other things peculiar to man I'll go to Joe's-the place where men are known and their tastes understood. "And when I don't even want a blooming thing I'll drop into Joe's and get posted on all the new ideas." Do thi. and you'll live happy for the next 12 months. Yours truly, JOE, 223 Higgins Ave. J. E. DEAN PAINTING, PAPERHANGING, DECO. RATING. Estimates cheerfully furnished Contract work a specialty. Shop north of Shapard hotel. Tele phone 194 hlack. DR. E. H. FREEZE PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Special attention to diseases of women. Suite 36, Higgins Blook, Third Floor. Telephone 517. Missoula. FOR Wines, Liquors and Cigars For the holidays phone J. E. POWER Family Liquor Store Corner Main and Woody A Cigar that Pleases -THE-- "DELECTO" Union Made Magone & Anderson Golb .Dintng Company Room 5 Allen Blook MI88OULA MONTANA PLUMBING J. P. GRADY 119 W. Cedar St. Phone 175 Red Residence Phone 510 Black Missoula Palace Markei J. D. WATTS Wholesale and Retail. FRESH AND SALT MEATS BUTTER AND EGGS Phone 143 306 Higgins At M. L. GULDEN State Tuidermist AND FURRIER. Won Medal at Ut. Loule S / 01 N. Smoend St.