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M.. Harvest in 1909
J John A. Johnson. DIting tWe year closing today death a.e reped a bountiful harvest. It is sim that he loves a shining mark and 0 a respector neither of person nor, sink The record of the year 19059 -.Ill bears out this popular bellet in the grim reaper's predilection for dis tiagished prey as well as his utter; WgS ard for the rank or Importance Shis victims. With indiscrimlnate rthi8esnessw he has invaded all ranks Shuman kind and has spared neither realty and the aristocracy of birth 'jo the foremost ranks of workers In: ery field of human activity. The ranks ot distingulshet men and women have bheen adly thinned during the yaer St ending and appalling is the s1 of the famous persona who have beenremved bya death during the past twelve months. Out of the ranks of ruling monarch:s death selected but a single victim. Itopold I,. king of the Belgians. In1 the general opinion of the world the loe caused by his removal was not, great. Infinitely greater was the loss caused by the death of Karl Theodore,, duke of Bavarla. who, although of royal blood, never occupied a throne. but became a famous eye-specialist ad a benefactor to humanity. The! Rusian Imperial house lost two of Its members. Grand Duke Michael: Nioolalevtih. the grand uncle and Grand Duke Vladimir. the eldest (uncle of the emperor. Another victim of oyal blood was Don Carlos tde Bour hoa, duke of Madrid, the pretender to. the Spanish throne. Last on the list Sas Prince Buleiman. brother of the, deposed sultan of Turkey. The ranks of nobility were consid erably thinned during the year. (Breat Britain lost the marquis of Ripen. toe. earl of Lidcester. for 86 years a merm-' her of the house of lords, Lily, duch MtM of Marlborough. Consuelo. Duch em of Manchester. Baron Owy.dyr. the otdest British peer. Sir John Watts Reld. Sir Roland Blennerhassett. and Sir Andrew Luak. Foremost among the dllstingushed ..,.- . -, -. . . .. . . . .. . . . . Keep Pores Open; Be Young at 90 Sir Erasmus Wilson, England's Fa meus Physician, Tolls How to Remain Vigorous. With Little Trouble and Without Drugs. Romarkable Results Produced by Ap. plication of His Theory. Keep the pores open amlt you will need no medicine! This is the new slogan which thousands in this coun try as well as in Euraole have taken up and put into prac"tlle with astound log success. Dr. Erasmus Wllson, one of Eng land's famous physicians and scholars. a.ys that 75 per cent of all dis.*ases and ickness are causci bhy th.. pIores becoming clogged, thus lhuttintg up in the blood the poleons and effete umat tor which nature Intended they should l-imll.tt. The pores are the sewers of the body. and must he kept open and active. if you 'would have tilrfeit helth. The method of keeping the pores 'open and active" Is by the use of Robinson Thermal or Turkish Baths at home. The power of life seems to lie in the akin-ln the poison chutes of the body. sad one may even walk through ewsti asnce unharmed if the pores are kept active and cleaned out. The effect of the Robinson Thermal W Turkish Bath in rheumatism, for tIstane· , malaria, eczema and blood dbiaease Is astounding. cures having aben recorded as taking place in from IS to minutes. Lumg and throat troubles. also, lum lpoi. dyspepaia. nervous prostration. gligal and constipation disappear Srellmarkably quick time. and the sIws are aIported permanent. JAwpue nsa now take Robinson - meI baths at hboe without any -ARtWA, sad at a cost of only about I. 4It'l bath. The only way to take tCah bathe is by the use of the Rob Am1 iLlm t Bath Cabinet. whii'h Is a!i e and marvelous invention. <he Uligt.amn Thermal Bath Cabi a ng o now be seen and examined at the Missoula Drug com dealer alsue for a copy o - bIeck. "The Philosophy of t, eauty." The regular .-PM. bat you can sget one eny a alimited time. S yourse jst sae nd asMesya. sate It. "h edw Obis, for g tees statesmen and didlomatists of the world who puid their last tribute dur ing the year was Prince Ito. the "'great old man" of Japan. The death roll in this category contains many other names scarcely less consplcuous. among them those of Prince Michael Hitkoc. the Russian counciller. President A. A. Morelra Penna of Brazil; Chang Chlh-Tong, grand councillor of China; Miguiel Illeslas. Peruvian general and statesman; Dr. Manuel Amador, first presaldent of the republic of Panama; Jose A. Arnago. Panama's secretary of foreign relations; Dr. Theodore Barth. the (lerman liberal leader; H. R. Hoerring, former premier of Den mark; Marquis FEmmanuel de Noatlles the French diplomat; Hugh Oakley Arnold-Forster. the former British aecretary of state for war; Friedrich von Holstein. the German statema'n; Count t'asimir Radoni. former Austri an premier; 'ount von Arco-Valley German diplomat; Pierre Ernest Pin ard, a cabinet minister under Na poleon 1II: Sir Thomas ient. premier of Victoria; Honorable J. H. Hofmeyr mnncbers of the executive council st c'aiw Colony: Sir Edmund John Man. son, the English diplomat; Alessandro Fortis. Italian er-premier: Ethan Allen Hitchrock. secretary of the interior tinder Presidents McKinley and Roose vtel: tieneral Edward M. McCook, for metr i'nited States minister to Hawaii, and Judge William J. Buchanan, for tner minister to Panama. Three governors, Samuel ;.. Cos grove of Washington. George I.. Lifiey of Connecticut, and John A. Johnson of Minneoasta. crossed the big divide during thet year. and also seven for mer governors. C'aleh "'liton West of P'tah. W'illiam A. Poynter of Nebras ka, Prederick Helbrook of Vermont, the oldest ex-governor of the lUnited States: Thomas T t'rittenden of Mis. ,souri. Robert J. Reynolds of Delaware. Charles J. Itell of Vermont. and Miles E. McSweeney of South Carolina. Among the distinguished members of the American congress who died in 190I9. were I'nitiei Stautes Senators .-. N. Johnson of North Dakota, and A. J. Mcldmurin of Missliaslptl; former Senators Johnl i'lllnes of Cailiforlnia, Matthew I'. Iutler of South Carolina. David Turpie of Indlitna. William M. Stewairt ott N'evadat . and William A. Harris of Kansas; RIelpresentative David A. lie A.rmlond of .Minssouri and ex-telpresentatlies Williamn . Morrl sout of illinois. and Gteorge W. Wilson ,of r ihio , 'PI deait roll of forelgn leg istlatirs lailnlus \Wlllitam Chisholm, tembi.r of the legtislative council of N.. lt sti'tta Sir Johiln ti'. R. t'olomnb, formei'r Ilnhtmber oit luarliimnt:,t Eugene G(liin. i'r'.nh.l se.niator; Senator Joseph R. Thihititdelinu. shrrlff of Montreal; Sir lProd W\llliaami Holder. first speaker of the h.luse tof representatives of Aus tralis. anili William Court iGully. for ten years slwakiter of thie British house. of coimonas. Th.' titI ranks if the army and the niavy it this ;tand other countries lost mtainy% ditstiiguisilhed memibers. Two tnasii ttiiiimndilers. famouns though de ftiatedl. siere amollng tilhe dead. Admiral 'e.rvi rai. iof Splain. and Vic.e-.Admuirti ti, i P. i~iojestvenski, of Russia. Aln'thier faiiinos vititit itas iteneral .lit' luije di ie iaitifet, thle Frenchli armn. 'itiln.i.iitdert. ;tndl g:enernal Vi tor ctal deri.nt Rives. ucommlander-in-chi.f of ithe c'olutnhian army. The Anmerican. arlmy lost Ioleutenant General Henry C. r',iiin; Major Gene'rals trnatki :. Hatis. Elhell S. this, Oliver ii h.-'; aid aid Robiiert P. Hughes: Gt.nerat.la John lI ltahl-wk., the famous Indian tighter: John S. Kountl, the "l)rutu liter Itv .f Missionary Ridge:" James slhttckelford.T a veteratn of the Mexican sar., anid a tlumber of other army men of high rank. The navy deplores the loss of Rear Admirals Charles S. Cot ton. Samuel R. Franklin. Edward T. lStrong. George A. Converse, Judah Thomson. Charles J. Barclay. Christo pher J. c'lehorne, Robert W. Milligan, and Henry iErben; also captain Sam uel W. B. Diehl. former Judge Advo cate General of the United States navy. and Captain John Joshua N. Webber. who was executive officer of the 'Molitor"' during the fight with, the "Merrimac.." in lit.* Amlng the dtstinguished dignitaries of thei churth who died during the year were Cardinals Serafino Cretoni and BSanctl, ?y Hervas: Archbishops Arthur S$uveatman of Toronto. and Joseph Thomas DuhameL. of Ottawa. Ont; Htishotps Bernarda J. McQuald. of Rochester. Joseph B. Cotter, of Wi nona; John Shanes, of Fargo, William George MecCloakey. Kentucky, all of the Roman Catholic church: Bishops George De N. Gillespie. Michigan. and WIlliam H. Itare. South Dakota. of the Protestant Episcopal church; Blabops Charles B. Galloway and &ith Ward of the Methodist Episcopal church. South; Dr. Daniel Ayres Goodsell, Methodist Episcopal bishop of New York:; ArchbishoAp Rerdan. primate Of the Danish church, ad three famous preachers. Edward Everett Hale, o0 Boston. Theodore I. Curler of Brook lyn. and William R. Huntington of New York. The bench and the bar lost many shlning lights, among them Assoclate Justice Rufus W. Peckham, of the *'nited States supreme court; Gerald Fits Gibbon. lord justice of appeal in Ireland since 1878: Frederick de Maar tens, the Russian expert on interna tlonal law. and William T. Pipes, at torney general of Nova Scotia. Education deplores the loss from its ranks of Carroll D. Wright, president of Clarke college; Marcus Dods, of Edinburgh university: Rev. John M. Lang. chancellor of Aberdeen unirer sity; Jules Ernest Naville. hf (Geneva: Professor Ernst von Halle. the Ger man economist and educator; Dr. B. L. lW'iggins. vice-chancellor of the university of the South; Dr. James l1. (arllsle. president omelntus of Wof ford college. South Carolina. and one of the two, surviving signora of the crdlnance secession, and Dr. William Torrey Harris. former t'plted States ,commissioner of educatlork Among men prominent in finance. Industry and commerce, death reaped a hountiful harvest during the year. The roll includes Edward H. Harriman. the railroad king: Henry H. Rogers. of the Standard Oil company; Robert Hoe. manufacturer of printing presses: (olonel Attila Cox. railroad magnate: ir Frederick Will, organiser of the Imperlal Tobacco company of Great Britain; J. 0. Carter, of Hawaii; Wes ley Hunt Tilford. vice-president of the Standard Oil company; Dr. H4lnrlch Wiegand. director general of the North German Lloyd; Amal L. Barber. of the Barber Asphalt company; Peter Fene ion Collier. the New York publisher; Dana .ates, the Boston publisher: Robert Pltcalrn. for 53 years of the Pennsylvania railroad: Colonel Albert A. Pope. bieycle and motor manufac turer; William Watson. of the Cunard line: Edward A. Jones, founder of the Metropolitan Life Insurance company: W'illiam Purcell. the Meixcan finan cler and railroad owner and the bank era, Anson R. Flower. Silas B. Dutcher, John C. Brown and Cornelius C. Cuy Icr of New York, Lazarus Silverman of Chicago, and Theodore Harris of Iulouisville. Ky. Four distinguished inventors joined the silent majority during the year. Major Edmond Louis Gray ZallaskiL United States of America, retired, the inventor of the dynamite gun and other appliances of war; John Dennlqr Hall; Dr. Theodore R. Timby. one of the Inventors of the revolving turrets used on warships, and Charles B. Wlthington, the Inventor of the Mc. Cormlck grain binder. The professions of engineer, builder and architect were Invaded by death during the year just ending and among his victims were Jnoe F. de Navarro, builder of the first. modern apart ment house in New York: Lieutenant L.ulen Napoleon Bonaparte Wyso, the French engineer and explorer; Dr. H. C. Potter, founder and builder of the Pere Marquette railroad; Orrln 8. Wood,. who built the first telegraph line from New York to Philadelphia: Joseph Marshall Glraham, Joseph O. Meredith, L.effort I.. Buctk, Colonel John Mechan and Charles Fred Win gate; also the architeets, Charles Fol len McKim, New York; Theodore Minnt Clark. Boston; Professor Alfred Messel. Germany; Colonel Elijah E. Myers and Theodore W. ,. De Lemons. T ne worm or science Inst a number of distinguished men, among them Ce sare Lomhroo, the Italian criminolo gist; Dr. Anton Dahrn. biologist; Dr. Vittorio Raffaelo Gates, botanists; Dr. William Jones. anthropologist; Dr. Samuel June Barrows, criminologist; Dr. William Tlllinghast null. tne eam ous surgeon: Dr. Thadius A. Reamer, gynaecolo.isls: Dr. Robert A. Murray, Dr. Martin H. Boye, chemist; Henry F. P. de Palr tile. Dr. George D. Dow konnt. Ice rge Picnt, secretary of the French acansemv of sclences, and Dr. William II. Ed:dwards, the naturalist. The :year was unusually disastrous to the world of literature. Among the distinguished poets, novelists and dra. matists removed hy death, were Ca tullp Mendos. Marion Crawford. George Meredith. Rosa Nenchette ('arey. Mary Evelyn Moore Davis. Ar thur Wi:liam .i'neckett. Ernst vaon Wildenhruehl. lestha ,tretton, the Countess de tChahrillon. Mrs. Sara King Wiley Drummond. Mrs. Elinor MacCartney LaIne. Algernon Charles iSwinhurne. SttoItln von Kntie. Charles Warren Stoddard. Olive Logan. Mrs. Augusta Evans Wilson, Sarah Orne Jewett. A. Karpeles. Baron Detlof von .lilieneron. Sir Theodore Martin, George Mamn ill. Penn. John B. Tabb. W~illiam Lyd'"! Fitch. the playwright, and Xaphtlll Iiora lmnher. the YIddlsh poert. Death's h.urvst a:;lnltg newspaper, writers. editors and others belonging to the fourth estate included Richard: Watson Gilder. Colonel Alexander K.i Mucllure, William M. l.hffan. of the -.Xw York sun. Raym.ond A. Pattersnon, Washilnaton eorreslltndent of the Chi cago Tribulne; .Leopold Sonneman, founder of the Frankfurter Zeitung; Albert Pulitzer. formerly of New York; Paschal Grousset, the French Journal Ist; Horace St. iGeorge V'oules. editor of the London Truth; Hammond La mont, editor of the Now York Nation; RIussel Sttrgis. James McArthur, Charles D. Deshler. Mayo W. Hazel tine George A. Edes, the veteran Call fornia editor. and Colonel Leopold Jlarkbreit. mayor and newspaper pub lisher of Cincinnatl. Ohio. The stage lost many distinguished representatives, among them Henolt Constant ('otuelln. the famous French, actor, and Ernest A. H. Ctoquelin. "the younger Coquelin;" Adolph von Son nenthal. the great Austrian actor; Mme. Helena Modjeska. the great Pol ish tragedlennb; Richard Golden. Carl F. W. Ahrendt, John W. .Ubaugh, Mrs. Ettie Henderson. Lionel Brough, the English comedian; George W. Moore, the, pioneer American minstrel; Hel.. rich Conrled, the actor-manager of New York; Henry Wolfsohn ann acme. Apollonia Maretzek. an old-time oper atic star. The list of artists and art critics removed by death during the year in cludes the German sculptor, Anton. Hesse. the French sculptor Alexander Charpentier: Hermann iKaul.bai, the famous German painter of childrea; George McCord, landscape and marine; Edward H. Barnard. landscape; Mrs. Jennette Shepherd Loop, portrait: J. Otis Minott. miniature; Francois Emhle, Michel, the French artist and critic;. SGulliume Dub1ta. Jobs Znwfiton At tnId. Edwar4 Jobs Oaugory.' Lome Loeb. Juli CLneME (Chailaln. John R Tait. Jean Paul dIllger. James D, Smillle. Franeis Lt e sad Wflliam. Powell Fnrth; EmaIetel Pirse (Cartr d'Ache). the Preach earte.milt: Charles Green Bush. the Amer:esa cartoonist. and Charles M. Korts, di rector of the Buffalo Fine Arts senad emy. Among the distinauished composers and musicians who died during the year were Dudley Puck. the organist and composer; Joechim Andersen. the Danish composer and conductor: Isam. Aiheniz. Danish composer; Charles Bordes and Franeis Thome. French compn.ers; Fally Liebllan. the German pianist: I.ula R. ,. Ray. Benjamin J. I.anr. Richard Hoffman. dean of the New York musicians: Frederclk It. Burton. an authority of Indian music and many others. The list of victims which death picked from the great philanthropists and social reformers of the world dur ing the year includes William T.Lloyd Garrison. the merchant and reformer; Father John of Kronstadt, known as "the uncrowned pope of Russia " Charles N. Crittenton. founder of the Florence "'rittenton homea for women: Wm. Henry Baldwin. Mass.: John Stewart Kennedy. New York; William Christie iHerron. Ohio; William Con nell. Penn.: C.neral William J. Pal mer. Coloradn. and David Jackson. California The roll would not he complete without the names of a number of distinguished men and women. - moved by death during the year. whp do not properly belong into any of the categories mentioned. Among them tere Geronlmn. the noted . Apache chief: the widow of Ferdinand de ,Lea seps. of Suez and Panama canals fame; Marquis Coda de Beaureguard. the I'rench academician: George Thorndike Angell. "Friend of the Dumb Animals:" Mrs. Anna Elias Hiubbard, the famous Civil war nurse: Stephen Therry. founder of the Holy Name so ciety; loula Prang, father of litho graphy in the United States: Mrs. Carrie Burnham Kilgore,. the first woman lawyer lt Pennsylvania; Mrs. L. Addison Hayes. a daughter of Jef. ferson Davis; Mrs. Ellsabeth Taylor Dandridge. a former mistress of the White lHouse; Captain Thomas Phe lan. the Irish-American patriot and soldier of fortune; State Senator Pat rick H. Mc(Carren, of New York; John Ferguson Hume, the noted abolition iet; Baron Ouenasberg. the represents. tive of tile Jews before the Russian kovernment; Elias Jackson t"Lucky") ,Baldwin, the veteran horseman: Ru dolph I.exow, one of the survivors of the German revolution in 1848. and Alonro F. Horton. founder of San Diegn. California. CHRONOLOGY OF WORLD ('ontinued From Page One..) 5-l'nited States senate adopts con ference report on tariff bill by vote of 47 to 31. 9-The cretans strike the Greek flags. 12-Fort William, Ont.. is placed un der martial law because of rioting by strikers. Ellldore Villazon is inaugurated president of Bolivia to snrceen Ismanl .Uontos. 1.-The c'retan government re lsigns. 19-The British" house of commons passes the hill for a South African constitution. 21-The greatest floods In forty years are reported from Victoria. Australia. 2!!-Fires destroy two towns in British Columbla and threaten a third. 25-The British association meek at Winnipeg, Manitoba. 30-A seriouls typhoid epidemic breaks out in Coburr. Ont. sEPTRIIWB R' I--Dr. Frederick A. Cook announces that he reached the North Pole on April 21. 1908. The west wing of the parliament buildings in Toronto is *lestroyed by tire. 4-The ahina-Japanes. agreement relarding Manchuria is signed ut Peking. 1-The new governor of New.tlnd land. Sir Lialph Williams. arrives at St. John's. --Commander Peary sends dispatch from .abrador. stating that he reached the North Pole on April 6. 1909. 1S-President Taft be.ins his Jour ney of 13.J0.0 miles through the west and soith. 16-The British house of co:mmons passes the Irish land bill. Its-The Emery claim. a, long-stand. ding cause of friction between the 'nited States and Nicaragua. is set tied at Washington. !0-The first .atholic plenary coun cil ever held in Canada begins its ses sions at Quebec. 24-The new United States tariff board holds its first meeting at the treasury d partment, Washington. 215-The Hudson-Fulton celebration begins at New York. 30--The International conference of maritime law. sitting at Brussels, completed the draft of a convention covering collisions and salvage at sea. OLCTBER 1-Dr. James R. Angell retires from presidenc.y .f the university of Michi --The MaIth-n railroad, the first built solely by Chinese. opens to traf fic. 4-Abbot I.. Lowell inaugurated president of Hlarvard unlversity. 12-Charles R. Crane. appointed l Minister t.: China. resigns upon the demand of Secretary Knox. 13-Prof. Ferrer. convicted of revo- lutionary nativity. Is executed at Bar celona. A Chinese imperial edict recognizes. the provinei-l assemblies. members of which will be chosen to form the im-n perial ase mhaly. which will draw up the constitution. 21-Spanish cabinet resigs and Who Pays for the Advertiig? An Interesting Discussion of the Subject Begins in- Tomorrow's Missoulian "*Who pays for the Advertising?" That question is certain to arise in every inquiring mind. . Billion Dollars is the sum annually sp'nt by American industries in this new form of salesmanship, for the purpose of exploiting all manner of salable commodities, from a 5-ee-nt eiga Ito a $10.000 motor ear. Is this sumr of money tacked onto the reta fling price of the goods? These questions furnish material for an interestring discussion, and The Mi.monllan, desiring to throw every possible ray of light on the matter in the hope of being able to render a service to its readers, has arran ~id with Harden Bryant. Teachman-- who has made a most intensive study of advertising during the past eight years and is an authority on the subject, for the publicati 'n of a series of seven news articles that are calculated to prove extremely entertaining and highly profitable to every reader of Ithl newspaper.. .Morern publicity lhas attained an impre enable footholdl in h.nth'our social and com muercia l life. Its influence upon our acts is incalculable. ('onAkionaly or subconsciously, we are, iri of its, guided by its suggestion. Is that influence for better or for worse? These are the phases of the subject deal \nith in Mr. L.eachman's articles--treated in a purely conversational tone and witho .* even Ithe merest hint of technicalities. steasoned here and there with a bit of hn nor and abundlantly illustrated with pen pietl ures of every-,day life. I .\nd thus tle essence of years and yea 's of experience is'crystallized into a fe* colunus of fact and fiction. Every householder, every 3Miss, every 8o.I, every alther, every instructor, every pu pil, every breed-winner, whetherlaborer, clerk, nmerchant of hanker, should make certain to get, to read, to digest, the entire series, for this fascinating story has a pe cunliar interest for each. These articles will he run for seven consecutive days. beginning tomorrow, and will be found occupying a position on the last page of all seven issunes. The seven articles form a serial, no. in order to insure the proper continuity of their reading, be sure you get them all. THE DAILY MISSOULLIAN .. ... I I I I II 1 ll ll III I i Senor N&oret. liberal. is asked to form (ablnet. King SEdward il London touches a button, opening th doors of the Royal Edward Institute in Montreal. 3--The Hague tribunal gives its award in maritime boundary dispute between Sweden and Norway. 2;-Dominion government decides to make vessels of the Canadian navy interchangeable with those of (,reat Britain. 26-Prince Ito of Japan. murdered 'y a Korean. at lHarbin railway sta tion. O I'EIIRER 2-The court of appeals of the Dis trict of C'olumbia. affirms sentences of Samuel Gompers. John Mitchell and Frank Morrison, for contempt of court. 5-Will of John Stewart Kennedy of New York bequeaths $3.n0on.no0 to public oinstitutions. 8-President tlompers dqfends his defiance of the courts at convention of A. I'. of I... In Toronto. A10--ourteen persons were killed and seven injured in c.llision on the British ('olumhla electric mrailway near V'ateouver. 12-Indietments for sugar weighing frauds in the Noe York custom house are found. 13-Mme. Steinhell is acquitted at Paris ,of charge of murdering her hus hand and stepmother. Three hundred miners killed by ex plosion in coal mine at Cherry. Ill. 16-The .\mercan Telephone and Telegraph conmpany secures control of the Western Union T-legraph com pany. 1:-The British house of lords passes the Irish land bill after modifying the amendments rejected hy the house of commons. 18-The reported shooting of two Americans by order of Nicaraguan government causes the United States grvernment to recognise belligerency of revolutionists. Is-It is announced that Judge Hor ace H. Lurton, of Tennessee. has been selected to fill the vacancy in the I~nited States supreme court caused by. Justice Peckham's death. 20-The United States circuit court. sitting at St. Paul. decides the gor ernment's suit against the Standard Oil company and orders the corpora tion dissolved. 23-The McBride government vie torious in the British Columba elsee* tions. 29-Alabama rejected a prohibition amendment to the state constitution. by large majority. I I)EJEIIRER 2-Strike of Switchmen's union ties up freight trlttlc In the northwest. The control of the Equitable Life Assurance Soier" passes to J. Pier pont Morgan. with $472A*0.W400. as setr. 2-The Glolittl cabinet in Italy re signs because the chamber of deputies refused to pass the government's fi nance reform bill. 3-The British parliament is pro rogued. --The congress of the United States opened its session. --Unlited States Senator H. De 8oto Money of Misslsdppi elected mt. nority leader by the democratic sens tors. -I-The American eIe company found igulty of restrlctiang trade anad flned $5.O4. by the supreme court of New York. 13-Horace H. Lurta, e. Tenmessee. Our First Grocery Sale WII Commence With the New Yea. FOR NEXT WEEK All our l:' can goods will, go for .. . ............... ..............10 All our !2c can goods will go for .. ............ .............. ..... All our .e can good go for..... ...... .............................. All our. Jupter and hbet CallforL.-: and .New York can goods for .......... i All our 40 cffee will for .................. lbs . All our 30e and 3.e colfee will go for . ........ * All our W. beans andl i. peas. per pound ...... ............. i load rle. per pound ......................... ................... ................ ........... 4 Twenty-eight barp hbet Armour's I.lghthouse soap ...................1 .00 Twenty-one boxes of oil sardines for .... 300 cans one-pound pink salmn. each ............. . 10 50a cans 3-4-pound mustard sardines, each .......... ....................... . ' And. In fact. we give a reductiorn on everything. REMEMBER, THIS IS FOR NEXT WEEK ONLY. MONTANA CASH GROCEXY The New Sttore on North liggins Avenue. Wheeldon, Fernald & Rossi Wish You A Happy New Year Call and Get a 1910 Calendar Missoula's Big Insurance Office 134 H·I1 ICNs .A\ V. TELEPHONE 88 --a named associate justice of the rotted Statas supreme court. 14-The American Federation oat Labor decided ii tight the "open shop" policy of the United States Steel cor poration. 14-President Jose Santos Zelays of Nicaragua. resigned. Robert Comtesse elected president of the Swiss Conftederation for 1918. 1--Five employes of Bugar Trust found guilty of conspiracy to defraud the United States. ---Dr. Jose Madria elected presl dent of Nicaragua. 21-Copenhasge atrverstt declaret Dr. Cook's proofs of his claims in sufictlent l-Prince Albert oft ianders. took oath ef saeeession to throne of Bel steLm 24-Dr. Cook fasped from Expler er' club. 25 3 yaa finds retuge' on Mesneam tunboats. --Teritfe storm on Atlatlo coasn. =T-Montaaa egistlature meets $g 3*P itr voet. to beied *ekt tol of Montana granite aad appeopr ates necopsary money. t--Fatil ra! r Iadent in MI souri. For women who wear diamenda tbi little hollow gold balls to eaap ove the earrings are a novelty not to hb deepised when traveUrtg. YThey m want their ewels wtth them. but ti: may not care to wear them when Is apopriatet sowned. To thew wto. en the latest device in golf wir genee very astLI.