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Hundred Dollar LOTS In South Missoula I have the only lots left itn ilouth ]Miaeoula offered at 1100 each, on the easy terms of $10 cash and $5 per month. The street car line lrig to Fort Missoula is re to ran near these lots and then these lots will bring 00 each. Why not take a chance? Everybody else is making easy money invest itig in South Missoula lots, why not you? They are go. lng fast and will soon be all gone. YO1iG HOSPITAL IURSE DIES AT FAMILY HOME Miss Emily Ada Price, aged 22 years, died luast night at the home of her 'parents at 9 o'clock. Death was cauged by dilatation of the heart, and came as the culmination of an illness wblok lasted exactly a month. She bad been ill with typhoid fever, and only last night at 5 o'clock the attend ing physicians had pronounced the fever gone, althbugh they knew at the •time that the heart action was bad. * Miss Price had been employed, up to the time of her illness, as a nurse at St. Patrick's hospital, and was known as a capable and faithful worker. She leaves to mourn her loss her parents and several brothers and sisters. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. FARMERS_ AITENION The annual farmers' institute will be held in the Missoula county court house February 6. Two business see siona will be held, at 9:30 a. m. and 1:10 p. m. The meeting is to the in tereats of every one interested in the Progreea of Missoula county. Brtiet Your Itnch basket and come to tie meeting. Don't forget the date. CORPORAL LUNDY FREED. The case of S. A. Lundy, colored, who was accused of assaulting his wife at their home last Sunday after noon, was on trial yesterday before Justice of the Peace Small. A ;ury had been chosen, and several witnoss.. had been examined, one of them ba hig the wife of the defendant, when County Attorney Mulroney moved tha: the case be dismissed, the" motion be ing sustained by the justlce. It trans piree that at the time of the allegecl assault Mrs. Lundy had not been in atrumental in having her husband ar iested, and was unwilling to testify against him, and as she was the prin dlpal witness for the prosecution and was edsential to a conviction, the county attorney could see nothing to de but to have the case dismissed. Lundy, the defendant, had been out on bond previous to the trial, and after the dismissal of the case his bond was nordered removed. Don't Take the Risk. When you have a bad cough or cold to not let It drag along until it be comes chronic bronchitis, or develops into an attack of pneumonia, but give it the attention it deserves and get rid of it. Take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and you are su-e of prompt relief. From a small beginning the sale and use of this preparation has extended to all parts of the United States and to many foreign countries. Its many remarkable cures of coughs and colds have won for It this wide reputation and extensive use. Sold by all druggists. The Homeseekers panet de better than visit our office an search of desirable bons. and home ltee. We have them In town and *.natry. in all localities, in all styles. "mI at all pricss. Suburban c.)ttages ae a speolaity with us and we sell erolrlt t or on monthly te-ms. We bar, lt and exchange all kinds of s t istate. W. H. Smead Company Higgins Blook. Lsms I* t Red. Missoula, Montana L.AND FOR GRAZING IS OFFERED FORESTRY OFFICIALS TENDER USE OF TRACT ON SITTER ROOT TO CATTLEMEN. Supervisor W. W. White of the Bit ter Root forest, returned yesterday from a trip through the valley, and states that the forestry officials are endeavoring to induce some of the stockmen of this vicinity to graze their cattle and sheep on that part of the Bitter Root forest which is contiguous to the west fork of the Bitter Root river. The land inl that part of the coun try has been offered to the people of that immediate vicinity as a first choice, as the regulations of the for est service requirts grazing lands to be offered to the stockmen in the vi cinity who may be desirious of using it, but since the people who live in the neighborhood are mostly fruit growers, and have very little stock, therefore the land has been offered to any stockman who may desire the use of It. The rules of the service requires a grazing permit, and also a small fee, after which the stock may be allowed to graze on the land. There are terms of different lengths of time in which stock may graze on national forests. The long term is not much in practice, the other two, from April 1 to November 30, and from May 1 to November 30, being most in use, the fees for different terms being slightly different In amount. The forestry officials are desirous. of securing 2,000 head of cattle and several thousand head of sheep to graze on land situated on the west fork of the Bitter Root. The foothills are separated by nature from the mountains, thus affording a natural range for both sheep and cattle. The sheep are given passage into the mountains, after which their environ ments prevent their return to the foothills to mix with the cattle, this system offering to the stockmen a gootd grazing ground for both sheep and cattle. PASTOR AND PEOPLE Christian. Corner Cedar and Washington streets. W. H. Bagby, pastor. Sunday ctnool at 12:20. Regular services with ser mon at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morn ing subject, "The Values of an Ideal"; evening subject, "The Unanswerable Argument." Good music by a good choir. The public is cordially in vited. Methodist Episcopal. First Methodist Episcopal church East Main and Washington streets. Janlll ,W. Taft anstor, residence 316 East Main street; Phone No. 30. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p, m. Morning subject, "rllessings in Store"; evening subject, "An Endorsement Sought." Sunday school at 12.20. Hp worth League at 6:30 p. m. The north side school meets at 3 o'clock. The church of the cordial greeting in vites the public to come and partici pate in these services. Strangers will meet with a wilcome "Just like home." A large chorus choir leads the singing and provides special music for the several services. South Side Methodist. First Methodist Episcopal Church South; services held in the chapel of the Garden City Commercial college, corner South Higgins avenue and Fourth street; G. H. Gibbs, pastor; residence, 302 South Fifth street west; phone. No. 259 red--Preaching at 11 a. In. antid 7:30 p. mi.; morning subject, "What God Is to His People"; evening subject, "The Second Coming of Christ, and How to Prepare For It"; Sunday schlool at 10 a. m. asptist. Co,,rner Harris aind Spruce streets; RIev. Henry Van Engelen, pastor Preaching at 11 a. ill. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at 12:15 p. in. and B. Y. P. 1U. at 6:30 p. ni.; subject of morn ing subject. "F~our Klnds of Hearers"; evening subljet, '"he Wide and the N:irottw Do)or"; ther girls' cthorus choir will sling it tihe evenintg service. First Congregational. South Fifth and chesttnut. Dwight S. Blaylcy, pasta'r. iesidctnce, 1001 South Fifth. west. Worship with ipretachling at 11 a. It. and 7:30 p. lt. Morning subject: "The Minister." Eveniing subject : "The Automlatic Earth." Sunday scehool at 12.15 p. nm. Young people's nt i'tllng at 6:30 p. in. (l oid musitc. A.ll iare cordially in vited. Episcopal. Elpitscopal church, ctrnelr Adamis aind c'tdar .stret,'is. lit'v. W. leunnie-Smith, rectottr. Rectory, 406 East Main Street. itlphone No. 3bs. Sunday sch.ool. 1:45 a. iii. 5t1 rilinig prayer andtt sermon, 11:00 a. In. EI:v'tltg prayer and ser matn, 7:3t0 . nt. I egula' I monthly meeting of the vestry, \Wesnlesday, Feburary 3, at s.O0 pt. i. lit the ret tar's study. Presbyterian. At the Presbyt'erian church today theret wil be mornl'lling services at it 1 O'clock at whitch ltev. J. L. Counter mine wilt ill preach. Miss Thtula Toole will give it violin solo, and the choir \itill Jintg ian anthcem. Sunday school will bet hell at 12:15 and Christian Endeauor at 6.45 p. in. There will be !nt' tvening services. Swedish Lutheran. There will be no services at the Swedish Lutheran church today, the pastor being away attending the an nual ittaeting of the Montana district, which is being held at Helena. There will be Sunday school at 12 o'clock, as usual. Christian Science. Corner of Pine anti Pattee streets Service Sunday at 11:00 a. In.; subject of lesson sermon: "Love." Centennial Services. Assisted by Mles Lucile May Park. an evangelistic singer and worker of note, Rev. W. H. Iaghy will Inaugur ate a series of Centennial services In t the Christian church on Sunday morning, February 7th. In this year I of 1909 this religious body rounds out c The Future Can Be Told By the Greatest Living Clairvoyant, Occult Scientist and Magnetic Healer FREE! FREE! FREE! If Not Correct. I positively do not accept any money in advance for my advice, and none at all when the reading is over, unless you are perfectly satisfied, and find me superior to any clairvoyant, palm Ist or medium you have ever consulted. Strangely fascinating are the words that come from the lips of this most fascinating man, whose Journey of life has already taken him through all the renowned psychic schools of India, Egypt and Europe. It seems, indeed, as if PROF. WALTON'S KNOWL EDGOE MUST COME FROM THAT MYSTERIOUS WORLD which we will all know, yet longing, cannot know. He looks far away into the dim, mys terious future-the great beyond, across the dark chasms which sepa rate the human body from the flitting soul-and that which is to be is told. The separated are brought together, foes are made friends, lost property is recovered, the mists are brushed away from business ventures, the hand is so guided that failures are averted, the earth's surface is explored, its treas ures laid bare to his mysterious, per ceptive mln,d and while he gives names, dates, facts and figures, his visitors sit dumbfounded at the reve lations he makes to them. Hie is surely a man of the passing time. Gives truthful revelations on all love affairs, troubles, marriages and, by proper advice, restores lost affections. reunites the separated, settles lovers' quarrels, tells you whom and when you will marry and how to win the man or woman you love, and how to make your husband or wife be good to you, and how.to overpower all your enemies; gives full secret how to charm or control anyone you love or meet. You are told how to avoid weakness, warned against all treach erous friends. Locates buried treas urers, mines, old estates. Offices quiet and retired, and so ar ranged that you meet no strangers. I'onsultation fee low and within the reach of all. You pay no money in advance and none at all when reading Is over unless entire satisfaction is given. Testimonials and diplomas on file at my office; ask to see them. Prof. Walton Permanently Located Hours for consultation, 10 a. m. to 8:30 p. m. Sundays, 1 to 6 p. m. Rooms 11, 12. 14. The Briton. 100 years of history. In this time it Ilhas grown from zero to nearly 1,500, 000 communicants, and Is recognized as one of the leading evangelical re liglous bodies in America. The pur pose of the series of addresses pro posed to be given Is to set forth the origin, aims and some of the more important tenets of the church, for the Information of the general public. Whill these meetings are, primnarily, intended to be educational they will also be evangelistic in character, much attention being devoted to the music under the leadership of Miss Park whose talent is known and high ly appreciated in Missoula., she having ,ung in the Victor Dorris meetings ne year ago. German Lutheran. Services at the lGerman Evangelical ihurch., south side. corner of Hazel and Sixth streets - Preaching at 11 a. ll.; Sunday sc'hotl at 12 m.; these services are held every Sunday of the month except the first. Gustav Mertz. pnasto5 ; residence, 022 Edith street. Pleasant Reading for the Fat. What a aitmle and Inexpensive solv Ing of thi- fat woman's problem the Marmnola Prescription Tablets provide. She takes one of these harmless, pleasant. little tablets after each meal and at bedtime and loses from 12 to 16 ounces of fat each day, and vet suffers no harm. creates no disturbances In wardly, and produces no wrinkles. This elecant preparation (made ex stlv in a(conrdance with the famous Marmola Prescrintion) has rendered esercising and dieting for the redue tion is that it is the least exnenslve fifth wheel. A further reenmmendan tion is that it is the least Inexnensive ant reducer on the market. Inarre case renstl'g only 7 Cents fromn any drug clst or by mrill from the Mtnrmola 'cm .nn... Detroit. Milh) containing a Ilnntity of tablets laree enough to r,.o very decided results in most every Notice of Rer. val. Ou, Monday morning. Fibr'l:,- i, ' r'al estate office of J Rt. i'rutl I': .I A. Moss will he mnv 'd t . ?2 T:lpino avenue, in the offica *ormcrlv L ,.lied by Dr. Oettinger. LOCAL BREVITIES Smoke Wm. Hooper cigars. F. W. Mittag of Evaro was in Mis soula yesterday. Ring 263 black for Ed's hack. K. M. Haines of Corvallis was a vie itor Inu Missoula ,esterday. James M. Rhoades, fire Insurance. Marsh, the undertaker, phone 821. I. E. K"eith of Thompson transacted busi.r.ess in Missoula yesterday. Public stenographer, Dawson, 5 Dixon H. Schen,.ifeld of Superior was a business visitor here yesterday. C. Ferguson, insurance, real estate L. T. llauberg was in the city yes terday from his home in Helena. Dr. Willard, osteopath, 1st Nat. bank. E. E. Yutzy of Saltese transacted business In Missoula yesterday. Smoke the "J. L"; Lepke, Anaconda. Miss Josle Olson of Hamilton spent yesterday in Missoula shopping. Piano tuning, $8.50. Phone 558 red. William Bryan, a resident of Car ter, spent yesterday in Missoula. Majestic hams and Edgewood eggs -fine. W. W. Mitchell of Clinton spent Saturday in Mis.oula on business. Have your carpets cleaned the new way. Phone 66L Sloan Davis. Senator Charles E. Fairbanks of Evaro was in Missoula yesterday. J. Meriam, electrical fixtures and supplies. Phone 311 black. Peter Des Rosier of Havre spent yesterday on business in this city. Drink Joel B. Frazier at the Oxford. "Every swallow makes a friend." Alwin Selbman, a resident of Ply mouth, Ind., is visiting in Missoula. R. Gwinn, M. D., diseases of the eye, ear, nose, throat. Glasses fitted. Ray R. Pallia of Donnybrook, N. D., is spending a few days in this city. H. Gilbertsdn, brick contractor; work guaranteed: estimates given. Tel. 309 W. B. Broderick of Villisca was a guest at the Shapard hotel yesterday. Have your buggies and autos paint ed while snow stays. S. Fredericks. Mrs. K. Ennis of Corvallis was a guest at the Missoula hotel yesterday. High-class piano instruction by Near C. Perry, graduate- pianist. Phone 8: red. Charles A. Hodgson was in the city yesterday from his home in Potomac. G. H. Hoskins of Salt Lake at tended to business in this city yester day. Mrs. S. W. Alexander of Bonner was a guest at the Florence hotel yester day. The Star roller rink will be open every afternoon and evening from now on. M. M. Ross arrived in the city yes terday from St. Regis on the afternnon train. N. M. Adams of Huson came to the city yesterday on the Coeur d'Alene train. Highlanders' card social February 4. at Odd Follows' annex hall. Admis. lson 25 cents. Miss Mable McKnight of Cyr was a guest of the Missoula hotel last night. It. L. Anderson of Sandpoint is semlliing a few days on business in this city. There will be a card party given by tihe Daughters of Hermann Tuesday evening, February 2. Admission 25c. Mrs. H. Stanton and Miss Campbell of Plains were visitors in Missoula yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. George Akey of Po tomac were guests at the Windsor ,1n tel last night. Garden City camp, 1,535, R. N. of A., will give a card party Monday even Ing, February 1, at I. O. O. F. annex. Mr.s A. Ford of Browns, Ill., is visiting with the family of Dr. Mor gan on the west side. J. C. Conkey of Hamilton, editor of the Ravalli Republican, was a visi tor in the city yesterday. Supervisor W. W. White of the Bit ter Root forest returned yesterday from a few days' trip through the valley. Dr. Riesland, optical specialist, Ham mnond block. Will remain until Feb. 15 All glasses ground. Phone 374 red. The ladies' auxiliary of the A. O. H. will give a card party in the basement rf the Catholic church next Thursday evening. Mrs. F'red Grant returned yester day from Bozeman, where she has been attending the conference of the Seventh Day Advantists. D. D. Bogart, one of the members of the legislature from Missoula coun ty, is attending to business in this city for a couple of days. At the morning services today at the Congregational church Miss Eloise Ward will sing as a solo "When the Mists Have Rolled In Splendor." The Ladies' Aid society of the Pres bytrian church will meet Thursday afternoon in thle parlors of the church. with Mrs. T. A. Wickes and Mrs. Wilson Moore. Mlr. and Mrs. Elers Kochl left last night for Pasadena. Cal. They will visit Mr. Koch's famuily in southern California for some timne. Mr. Koch will be gone for about two weeks, while Mrs. Koch will remain for a lon ger stay. The death of Nell Alexander, the little 5-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Starku, occured Wednesday night at the Sisters' hospital. The funleral took place Thursday, The many friends of the bhreaved parents wish to extend their sincere sym pathy. Mrs. S. F. Coolidge and family will leave sometime this week for south 'rn California, where they intend to spend the remainder of the winter. It may he that they will locate perma nently in that locality. Mrs. Coolidge will visit relatives and friends at Palo Alto. Modesto and San Diego, and possibly with Colorado friends in Losn A ngeles. It is expected that Mr. Coolidge will follow later. 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 he wil lIng to quit predicting the weather if rnu could get rid of the rheumatism then use Rallard'e Snow Liniment It's sure. Price tIe. bie and $1 per bottle. Sold by Geo. Frelshelmer. he qolden R ule Men's YNewI Jpring Juits In the men's section we have on display the latest fads and spring styles in men's suits. Kuppenheimer styles, considered the standard by particular dressed men; strictly hand-tailored' suits, made of pure wool fabrics; will hold their tailored shape until worn out. Priced $12.50 10 $19.50 We would like to have holder of piano W.icket 40.,874 call at our store Women's .tailored Luits at fjalf price Women's suits are marked down to half price-all are the best styles and hand tailored. For less than material alone would cost. $15.00 suits for $7.50. $18.00 suits for $9. $22.50 suits for $11.25. 925.00 suits, $12.50. $30.00 suit, $15. .II fillinery at 1al1f price New and Heat patterns in Wash qoods .,t .xtremely cow prices We placed our wash goods orders early so as to get the best designs; in all this season's most popular fabrics. fine 7oll-du-Nford Cnglish poplin ICimono Crepes Qalatea Weash OLawns qin ghams A 33-inch fast color Good wide, fast color Cloth Just opened a new fabric that has ad- Persian and floral A fast color practi Our showing of fine shipment in all the vertised itself by its design dressi n g cal cloth without an lawns was never so new effects of this lustrous beauty ; sacque and kimono equal for women's complete; all colors superb fabric, check, waist suits and chil- crepes in assorted and children's wear: and designs; per plaid, stripes and dren's wear; full new pattern; others checks, stripes, pol yard, 12 1-2c, 15c, side bands; yard, ranges of colors; in plain colors; yard, ka dots and plain 18c and 20c. 15e. yard, 26c and 29c. 25o. colors; yard, 20c. .Gace Bargains Our lace department is always interesting because of the great and varied collection of pretty and useful patterns. But beside its regular lines it often develops bargains that are irresistible---values that are not found outside the Golden Rule. Nice LPal. dCace and .9nsertion at 5c At 54 you can select from scores of patterns in Val. laces'and insertions to match from one-half to one and one-half inches wide; regular 8c and 10c values. Fine Pals. ilith b9nsertion At 100 the choice carries an immense range of ideas in dainty patterns--laces that are worth up to 15c. Joe Fitzgerald's loggery Now is the time to save money by spending It. You men never had such a chance to fix up as you have right now. Spring goods will be here very shortly and everything of a wintery nature must be out of the way by the time they get here. I've fixed the prices-shaved them down so close there are no whiskers left on them. To stock up now for fall is better than putting your dough in the savings bank-you'll get anywhere from 25 per cent to 33 per cent on your investment. This opportunity is too good to overlook. So don't pass it-buy. Yours truly, JO E, 223 Higgins Ave. Lame Shoulder. This is a common form of muscular rheumatism. No internal treatment is needed. Apply Chamberlain's Lin iment freely twice a day and a quick cure is certain. This liniment has proven especially valuable for muscu lar and chronic rheumatism, and is sure to give quick relief. Chamber lain's Liniment Is also most excellent for sprains and bruises. Prices 25 cents: large size 50 cents. For sale by all druggists. Commissioners' Meeting. There is hereby called a special meeting of the board of commission prs of Missoula county for Monday. February 1, 1909, at the court house, to transact such business as may come before it. F. W. KUPHAL, Clerk. Attest: D. T. CUktRAN, Chairman. Missoula Investment Co's Grocery Shop 121 EAST MAIN ST. PHONE 72 A. J. BREITENSTEIN, Mgr. PHONE 72 Table Topics Cheap food products are high at any price; true economy a1 foods begins and ends with getting the best, and you can make no mistake by ordering everything for the table at this store. Electa Coffee . The Chinese think the heart is located in the stomach, and it would appear to be so, for if you give a man a cup of good coffee-good coffee, mind you-you'll instantly warm his heart. You can easily prove this by serving our Electa Mocha and Java coffee. It's good coffee-good coffee, mind you-and 45c per pound. We are sole agents in Missoula. Better phone 72. Chamber of Commerce Hammond Block Near the bridge. Phone 67 Permanent exhibits of western Montana products wanted. All " interests are invited to bring products to chamber headquarters for display purposes; due credit will be given all exhibitors. Regular meetings second and fourth Tuesdays at 8 p. m. All those interested in the promotion and welfare of western Montana are in vited. APPLICATION FOR GRAZING PERMITS. Notice is hereby given that all ap >licatlons for permits to graze cattle, orses -and sheep within the Lolo na lonal forest during the season of 1909, nust be filed In my office at Missoula, dont.. on or before March 1, 1909. •ull information in regard to the graz ng fees to be charged, and blank per nits to be used in making application, vill be furnished upon request. ELERS KOCH, Supervisor. SMOKE THE Delecto Cigar Phone 198 NONE BETTER UNION MADE Know'es Addition No. 3 I am the agent for Judge Knowles in the sale of his property in this addition, and I have been instruct ed to advanoe the price 25 per cent on February 1. You can save this increase by buying now. Buy now-in a few days it will be too late. FRANK P. KEITH The Insurano and Real Estate Agent. Room 12, Dixon Block. Phone 319 R M. L. GULDEN State Taxidermist AND FURRIER. Won Medal at 8t. Lou-l 601 N. Second at. MTYROULTAN WANT ADS BRING QUICK RBSULTS.