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West 1
Cedar
Street
Barg$Rt
I am offetIug you today
a lhotes plect of property +
at a Muap. Just west of the
court house on West Cedar
Street. wit i 111' $"-room,
muodeltri house; toilet and
bath down sAirN and toilet
upstairs. There are two en
trancetH to the upstairs to
two suites of roonls ui1P.
ped for hltusekeeping that
rent, for $15 per month,
leaving 4 large rooms (loWn
stairs for living. Lot 25x
1:10. ceinent walks and
I revs.
This priiperty will pay
15 per cent. on the invest
mnent, and heing located t o
close in, will certainly in
crease in vaiilue very rap
Idly.
If you afire interested il
somuething atwful good look
this up.
Jas. M. Rhoades
Real Estate and Insurance
Dealer, 115 Higgins Ave.,
Hammond Block
WHIlE SLAVE BILL
PASSES
SENATE APPROVES BENNETT'S
MEASURE FOR CORRECTION
OF GREAT EVIL.
1ushigtoni leb. IL.-1'h Ib nnetI
iwhite slave" lill, ri-gulating the traf.J
lie fin nilen. lInmurnia womeon, was
passed by the senate today, pmraticallyi
in the saum form us puasal by the
house.
Less than half an hour was devoted
to conslldrtition of the measure In the
seiate.
Se(lator Aloney found n al tilt witll one
of the re-o ennetniets of the pr'esentt
ill igration laws. 'I'bis objection was
to the act that allin laborers afflicted
with contagious diseases were exclud
ed. while professionatl people and oth*
ers were not.
.1r". AMoney tooks excepytion st hi (1 l
discrimination, but, after saying he
would introduce a resolution looking
to its correction, withdrew all objec
tion to the pending bill.
The bill amends the immigration
laws by excluding women who comee
to the united States for immorlnt pi
poses, p'rsons who bring in or attempt
to bring In women for such purposes
and those who receive the proceeds of
prostitution.
UNANIMOUS DECISION
IS FINALLY REACHED
Londond. Peb. 11.-According to IA'
authorized statement tonight the
cabinet council early this week ar
rived at a unanimous decision on the
iprliamentary program. This state.
ment was the outcome of numerous
rumors of a serious cleavage among
the ministers regarding the policy to I
be followed. It is confirpied that,
after the passage of the budget, a bill
limiting the veto of the lords will be;
announced as the chief legislative
work of the year.
It is understood Premier Asquith
has completed his cabinet appoint
nents and only awaits the king's ap
proval to publish them.
HOLDERS OF SIOCK
GET NONE OF MELON
New York. Feb. 11.--Chiaifges that
certain of the "insiders' in the Wells
Fargo ; ompuny knowing in advance
that the 300 per vent "melon" would
be cut had tricked the stockholders
out of their holdings, will be laid be
fore the interstate commerce comnmis
A stockholder has prepared a charge
that an agent for some insiders tray
tied about the country prior to the
melon cutting and induced stockiokl.
crs to part with their holdings just a
little above the market price, but far
below the price to which the stock
jumped when the melon was an
nounced.
GENERAL BALANCE DEAD.
Washington, Feb. 11.-News of the
sudden death of General John Greene
Balance, a retired brigadier general,
last night at Miitmi, "la., was received
her. tld ,.
RAILROADS FAVOR(D
HE SAYS
BRISTOW ATTACKS POLIGY OF
GOVERNMENT REGARDING
MAIL CONTRACTS.
Wvashington. Feb. 11 -Ileenusl' on
independent steamship line to the Ieth
mus of Panama, on the Pacifi ceoast,
Would enter Into enmpe'titIon with
transcontinental rallroads was given at
a reason today for the rejection by
Secretory of War Dickinson of an of
fer made to the government by a syn
dicate of tlaltimtoreans. Detnila of the
offer were givon to the snntOt" eonm
mittea on Interoceonii eauaniI by It. N.
Baker, former preaident of a Pattimere
steambhli line, In the hearing of the
flint-McLachlan bill for the establilsh
ment of a governanent-owned line in
the west conat.
Mr. BaIter said that when the Pacific
Mall Steamship company tae' notire
that it would Insist upon rezeiving 70
per cent of the joint rot' on husiaane
via the Isthmus. Instead of the ,( per
Cent It had received Ir'~t many IL as.
he offered to put on a line' If he ware
given a maIl contract saiilar to these
given other lines. Suchit a line os he
proposed to estnhtish. soid Mr. lInker,
would have eonne'ted with govern
m1ent vesse-elo between New York and
laolon.
"1W'hy was your lfear r, j'eleaI
taked0 Senator Briastow.
Mr. Baker replied that tha seretary
of war was of the opinion that Iae' had
no jurisdiction In the matter.
"The whole thing here is that thl'
tnited States doel, not intend to do
l anything that wauala huat the trans
continental railronads,' a'jaulated Mr.
Bristow.
WANTED FOR ROBBERY.
Hut Springs. Ark., Feb. 11 -t. A.
aonlin, allas H. A. Daniels, was ar
rested here tonight on Information
from Han Franeac'o, where, accord
ing to the telegram, he has been in
d 'ted for grand lareny lin connection
itth the robbery of a W'ells-Fargo Ex
press office of $30,000 worth oJ
certificates and diamionds.
LITTLE FELLOWS MATCHED.
Portland. (re., Feb. 11.-Monte At
tell of. Hun Francisco and Frankie
l'onley of Kenoshn. Wis.. were matched
yesterday to fight 45 rounds in Los
,Angeles, Fabruary 22. at 116 poun(Is
ringside. The boys were to have
fought a 10-mtound bout here" this r
toullth.
MORE MOTIVE POWER.
13ultinore. Feb. 1 1.-The direr Iors of
the Baltimore & Ohio railroad besides
making large appropriation for road
way improvement. have authorIedi
$3,000,000 for motive power in addi
tion to the 313,000,000 order for
locomotives and cars being now filled.
TO COACH CATCHERS.
Cambridge, M'I .. Feb. II.-Malachi
J. Kittresge, former well-known league
catcher. has been engaged to coach
candidatet frr catcher on the Harvard
baseball team. It is the first time a
professional Coach has been engaged
for catchers 41t Harvard.
'BALL TEAM WILL G
10 PARIS
Philadelphia. Feb. 11.-The Philadel
phia National League team will Invade
ParIs at t he close of the coming base
ball season to teach the French sport
ing public the American national pas
time. A cablegram to the officers of
the Philadelphia National League
Baseball company. received yesterday,
stated that a guarantee had been
posted in Paris covering the expense of
the team, and the trip is said to he a
certainty.
NOTED CHARACTER DIES.
Buono1, tI.. Veil. II. --iilton Logan,
aged NO, foreman of the famous Arm
I strong jury il the Illinois murder case,
in which Abruham Lincoln cleared his
client by the ule of an inallnle, died
lt his home here today.
TO POPULAR VOTE.
Wueingtonl, t'ebl'1. i --Th' senate
committee orn Pacifc iIslands I'- report
ed in favor of submitting the Hawaiian
prohibition 41(stioln to a popular vote
of the people pf thi iulands.
WE CAN SAVE
YOU BIG MHOI,{E
on evory tem usedip or
cona uttion of a ho0I
3ASK, DOO3, GLASS,
! S' HARDWARE, ROi
DUILDING PAPE R, S Lr G3, '
SASH WEIGHTS, COW, ART
GLEAS, PLTR GL -,,c.
tD0itQT UY» iI
gý lnour l iWrhe ltIe'I$,. 514
nt hi carlCloadilotsgn DM'iat 051 for
ve gdoll awer'jh o di that we
wat i g e l
ORBr AIL
9tnrd a Isitof your wants 'al wewill
quoteeyou puicceyrepaido toyurt eLatlon
aWssa oa v. pas c 1h1o1.
SMOOT CHAMPIONS
TARIFF LAW
SENATOR FROM UTAH DEFENDS
THE PAYNE-ALDRICH MEAS.
URE IN A SPEECH.
Nea York. Feb. II -- Senator Heed
Himoot of t'tua defended the Payne
Aldrich tariff hae tonight at the ban
qutet of the Silk utssncattW1.
"The tariff blit passed at the lust
session of congress." sail Senator
Smoot. "Is the best tariff mnesure
ever enacted into law. In America we
live in bettfr houses. we sleep In
better beds. we out more and better
loud, we i enar warmer and better
clothing, our children attend better
sthools, we enjoy more of the cntm
forts of life than any other people in
any other country on the globe
"I take it we are ilt alike inter
'wted in the general prosp rity of our
nation. We are all atike desirous of
so safeguarding our industries as to
Insure our prosperity. Wi' have such
a safeguard, and we call it protection.
"I deny that the tariff aot of 19it
Is the cause of the advance in the cost
of living. The greatest advances have
tbeen upon atrtlees in the free list or
- upon which duties were decreased or
I upon which no advance was made
over the Dingtuy rate. It is also
noticeable that the extreme advances
aret upon products of the farm, yet
the advance received by the firmer is
insignificant in comparison with the
Increase paid by the consumer."
Investigation, said Senator 8moot.
u has shown in some instances that
there is an increase of from 200 to 800
per cent in the price paid by the, ulti
fnate consuaser over the cost of
munufacturti of many imported and
idomestic artIles.
"Something is wrong," he said. "in
a system of distribution that will al
a tow such results. Prices are advancing
till over the world. In free trade coun
tries as well as in protection coun
tries. 'rhe supply has not kept up to
the demand."
REGARDS QUESTION
AS INSULTI
VICIE PRESIDENT OF COTTON EX
CHANGE O9JECTS TO QUERY
PUT TO HIM.
Wasinguton. iib. It.-"I regard that
yuitstlon as anL basult to me atd to
every nu'mb'er of the cotton ex
change," dt-i-ired VlIe President Ar
thur H. Marsh of Lt' New York cot
tun exchange, at today's hearing be.
fore the house committee on agrlcul
(Gr- on the anti-option bill. Repre
sentatlive kins of Tennessee had asked
Mr. a.rsh if there were any way of
elimiliating transactions that did not
contempiato actual delivery, causing,
in effect, business in contravention of
regular rules of the exchange. Mr.
March emphatically resented any im
plutation that the members of the ex
change countenanced fraud or cheat
In.
Mr. #Jims expltyntd that what he
ut-antwas whether the business could
not be no conducted as to eliminate
-ambiing, not that Mr. Marsh or
:ther glimbers tire consciously guilty
of sacs practico"e"
"I am against all iniquity., declared
t1 r. Marsh. "I pronounce all under
takings entered into by any human
being with the intent of not fulfilling
that which he undertakes to do as
ijhul tous. The presumption in bust
lies circles that an honorable man,
hyiding an honorable position in the
business community is neither a fraud
nor a cheat."
"The world is not producing enough
cotton for its ee-s.'" lie declared, Mr.
Marsh characterized the Scott bill to
regulate cotton exchange transactions
as futile ant unconstitutional.
MADAME. PERIWINK1F.
ANSW[RS LAST CALL
t'in u th Fb I1I1) oetil iet 'aej
today one of the most unique and
pathetic figures of the American stage.
4" adame P-riwinkle" has passed
away. convinced to the end that the I
jeering audiences that greeted her a
generation ago really acclaimed her
the greatest actress of her time.
Twenty years ago Mrs. Susanne Mar
tin (Madame Periwinkle) her mind un.
Ia l tceti by the loss of her itusbanad,
conceivld the idea that sihe was a
great actress. A cynicai manager
foruseeing a unique feature, en
couraged the belief and Mme. Per
wInkle appeared in vaudeville. Mit
could neither sing nor dance, and her
costume was made up of weird 111
fitting oaJis and ends, but again and
lAgain sb, appeared before crowded
Shbuses anId received the jeering
plauditas genuine appreelation. The
novelty at last wore off and her feeble
brain gave way entirely.
She was 61 years - old at the time
of her death.,
TURK THROWS CUTLER.
Kansas ('itt, Feb. 1.-Yusiff Mali
inotit defeated Charles "Kid" Cutler of
Chicago by straight falls In it wrestling
tmateli at Convention hail tonight. The
lhst fall was won with bar urin and
scissors hells In 32 minutes 30 seconds
and the second with an inside crotch
an half-Nelson hold in 24 minutes 26
sccunds. lRaoul de Rouen lost a
handicap 'match to Pat Connolly, fail
Inc to obtain a fall. 'De Rocen had
agreed to i'trow t'tinttolly iwice in an
houru.
(/½i \' ANT's
DRUDGE
Anty Drudge Agrees. with Nellie.
May-"Let's play washday, Nellie, and wash the dolly's
clothes. We'll use this tin pail for a washboiler and
I'll go put it on the kitchen stove to heat water."
Nellie- "Oh, no! My mama doesn't wash that way. She
washes with Fels-Naptha in lukewarm water and she
says it's lots easier."
Anty Drudge-"Nellie is rightchildren. The Fele-Naptha
way is a long sight easier and better way of washing
than boiling the clothes. It's more like play and
saves clothes wonderfully."
The old-fashioned wash-boiler way of
washing clothes is bad enough in Summer
when it can be done out of .doors.
In the Winter, when four walls keep
in all the steam and all the nauseous odors
so you have to stew in them, washing
clothey that way is drudgery of the most
disagree6able kind.
Are you foolish enough-to continue it?
You won't be when you have once
done your washing ,the Fels-Naptha way
in lukewarm water.
No boiling of clothes. No steam Tur
kish bath to redden and blotch your face.
No sp'iells. No back-breaking work.
Washing with Fels-Naptha in luke
warm water is just as pleasant in Winter as
in Summer.
Try it next washday. All that's neces
sary js WJo.119w simple 4ctions printed
on the rd n4 green wrapper.
Try it for the flannels, woolens, colored
clothes as well as the white th ings.
Be sure to get the genuine Fels-Naptha.
LElI$TON TERRITORY
IS INVADED
PUGET SOUND LOOKING OVER
GROUND FOR CONSTRUCTION
OF NEW LINES
Huaded by Chtii .ngineer fu enfilid
of Butte, i party of 16 Puget Sound
surveyors are a orking out of Lewis
ton. Nothing defiraite could a .l learned
as to the Intentiona of the party. but
hope Is high in t'wlet'o, that ti'
Milwaukee intend to raim a line
through the city. While their d.t"attw -
tion has not been made known, it is
t'ft to suppos' that the surveynra
are either going to work l'stward to
meet a party corning from 'Terry, or
wilt work northward into tht 'urrow
creek country. These bhaa will proit
of inestimable benefit to Lewleton
when they are c.'nstructed, its there
is an immense amount of territory in
that section of the country which
should develop ra idly with odequate
transportation f'uulities
Took All His Money.
Often all i atman 'urns uoei to!
d~oetors or for iuedhicer', to cure it
stomach. liver or kidne tlrolble that,
Ur. King's New Life Pils taould
quickly cure at 'sight cost. Rest l'ori
dyspepsia, Indig.'stion, belitiousnss,
constilution, Jaureif let, maclriu'a lnd
debility. 25e at 'Ie- 'Mi iutla, Drug to.
TIES THE RUDDER.
H'aimiliodsport. N. Y.. Iteb. 11. -With
the rudder of his 'roilate tied,
Glenn H. ('urtltta today nude atveral
successful flights to demonstrate that
his nmw-hine is not an infringmrn'it
upon patents of the Wright brother's
and to disprove thiir threor regard
Ing balancing.
.1 few mfinties ' deLby i I ;sthing
HNaa utases of croup, ct' if ti'. l'igth
ot time it takes to g.. f'r a dotor
often proves atingroIs I. TIhiIg abtfeit
Ady is to keep t'hautnia rlniu's I 'ough
fihtedy 'ib ttre house, m4Ii at the first
Ib Jdgiteon of croup gie t..e child a
dose. b le une to ti'a. nii allaiys
toos. Mld byn all deale-r t
HEAVILY FINED.
(" kalina, Kanr., hob. 1 I.--'Th.' 1elle
Springs Creanlerye comtany, convicted
yestearduy on 15 counts of selling short
weight'butter prn'lts, w~a: today fined
by .Judge W'agstart $i. son, thu limit
IJpossible undler the law. The company
took an appeal to the rli'trict court,
STRONGLY OPOSES
IHE WILL
GENERAL COUNSEL FOR RAIL,
ROAD OBJECTS TO ADMIN
ISTRATION MEASURE.
gli arIligltoJI)I. ieb. II. 'iobl i rt l I Iktllr,
generall counsel and elhairman or the
rxetuti Ie hurd of Lth (hicago, Ito0k
Isiland & Pacifll railroad and ai Son
of thit first chairman of the Inter
state cunmerree commission, vigorous
ly opposed (the adlfisldrallon railroad
hill today it a hearing given by lile
Mntil-f c onl.itt. iaterstuttg c or1
'ThIS raljil'oad is Jpla''ticall' the first
to oendemn iii ;Iily deciIed way the
administratiI'sn Ipolcy of controlling
the issual cil of Storks and bIndy 11y
railroads uand preventing the aeuils
fltin of new thee .
"What would you advise thil gov
i'rranenlt to do if all of the railr'oads
of the country should propome to vmm .
pine as one great eorporautiow." wvat
asked of ir". Walker during tilt cour,4
of fie lhearing.
'L' gisltioIl should I JI acl ed Ill i hu
wouid insure fair urd juyt rates for
the benefit of all of the people and
then consolidation Ih'lird e i n
couraged In every way it culd hi e
acoompllshed."
The monst, effective control of cull
Italization, hle said, was the publicity
now provided for by law. which tIe
thought Ilouli prevent ti the futuril,
all of the evils ' ts that l ireJtlan, of
which complaint had b'tl J made itilllt
past.
tllr. Walker 1 ont1:u- h that tht e . t
of till' proposl'd llegislation would t
to prevent vwatern 'raittouds fromn
dev~leloping along such lines as haul
Xliad l ehatetrn rai'lrotdi profitai le. ih .
dclared tih s only tay of maintaining
rogalds itlihl hf ll Ib n iinstructed
to open up great undevt,!ui'd arias
hould bu to combaine then) with other
properties.
MARTIAL LAW PREVAILS.
1Wash ingtoln, I"'tb. 1 1.-llisputches
recOilved from offiial Iourtel by telti
state department states that martial
law prevails in Managua.
Hoarse Coughs, Stuffy Colds,
lumu Il chest (1(11 (111' flings urusynap
mall; that quickly' develop I1000 u dan
gerous illness if the cold is nut mired.
iFuley' 0 Honey and Tur stops the cough,
heals and (us's the cotlgestnid plorts
and brings I' ic. rilf. (k ird n I'lly
Urn~g t o., Ilcurrge ( Ilclihiulilr, pro*
pri'tor.
Women's
Tailor-Mades
Women's $25 Long Coal Suits
`1i 1\110 it i1 : lone1 4 4.1 Nst yl4 anek4'$ Ill se il and
leasel4 it tim;: lin44 \te l wi th . \\n 1 u r;nted sattin;skirt
in p e td M n ilee 14I'14'I.111:11.1 14ýý1ý \on11'ý f1r . $12.50
Women's $12 Wool Dress Skirts
In , ll 44olors; .14,11' int 1 \I r\ h4.I .\n awantInula.
tiont III 1w \\ w 1I 4 I(1.1 41s midl 4'111 ill genUl wYinter
.1alt's. 1 ii 1 f ain' f; r Its1 411:t11 tha 1 ost of
Iltoakilll $2.45
Wide Fancy Ribbons
\t44 a ,itl v ar'. a lort l il, an :1 ) vents. and up
144 7:I yard; ne"\\ patte~rns, i1, Persinns, lUrtswdens,
I Ii ptli s, ph i us, 1t udIull ttlls inffuta 111141 satin ('f*
Ictst ; all 111 slt itlts i nu1teus 11). $11, 110 and 150
\ idths. Spei~tni today. Yard .25*
Ladles' Black Stockings
t ºur best1 flrty vgruaget IEg ypIio Irthroud, full fashion.
uld Mttu. xi ti 'ss fast bila k. \sk fur (,. 5,922.
spchlurn 11141Y. pair 5
Ladies' Embroidered Launder Collars
Lnalest rhapetS and rt1 114"1 I.tt4"rns ill white pillow
and fies y ' inen; tll sires. ar in~iil, ; for O
Ladies' Underwear
:4 .11,1111 $1 garments, ill in' dit' u1 l t n het y fil eced
'.l0int; jiri it tVm 4'i.g' iltn. titlult. ; .1 sizes r fu Pleat
lilt. gaflt"ilt
Ladies' 50c Underwear
In 4vnn.111, t t I', ,jt'Isey ribbedv. I'fll"441 Hled; 50
vemtS 111(4 denwo\"rs; 4ndds and ends1; per gar
int'nt
Boys' an irls' Stockings
'1) il1,4t IIoIen 111141 .x2 tla I jt .sey ' H. with double
kIet, split 541te. hil ai 11i141 1.11; size* 1 ; itl 10. Special
raday11, pail.$5
Infants' Cashmere Hose
A\II siet. i1 , s It1 is4; colors lull bita '.k with silk
141, A 14.1 114.1l1. Special todlay. pºajt . 260
st
0e
The ISIS
Special Saturday
Matinee
2:35 o'Clock
BUY A
MISSOULA
MADE
Trunk
Munnd t oid by
Evans Bros. Trunk Co.
Fedder. olin Dsullln ~, 304 Hligrgine
Roo1 3 and 4. Ilijne 251.
THE
Florence Steam Laundry
ib now located in its new building
corner East Front and Pattee street.
PHONE 48.
Only One "Brorno Quinine."
That is I.isat 1 1
.' e I dayiC " I'l t iI;Ihe lt ,i ' ý I I .
Savoy Hotel
MISSOULA, MONTANA
Modern and Central-125 Roome
Newly Equipped-European Plan
Cafe in Connection, Unsurpassed
Telephone and Long Distanoe
Connection it Each Room
Every Room Light-Elevator Servioe
Good Si mple Roome
W. H. CARD
Painting, Tinting
Papering or Decorating
Penwell Block
Phone S6 Black
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