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FOR USE PRE$IbItN' OF BIG OAIRY CON., CERN WOULD ASSIST THE GOVERNMENT. Spokane. Feh,. 11 -David Brown. president of the Hazelwood compan}" of Spokane. operating dairy plants at Portland, Wallta Walla, North Yakinma, Spokane and Caldwell, Idaho, osing a yearly business of more than 82, 000,000, otters his plant for aniy psslod from Si0 days ton year tonisist tht fed eral government In solving the prob lent of the cost of living. 'Mr. trown's proposal, submitted to Cuvernor Marion C. Hay and referred by that offieil to James Wilson, secretary of agri oulture, follows: "That the t'nitoed tates senate or secretary of agriculture, or both. select a representative and put him in charge of the Hauelwood plants, he to dictati the prices of our company for 90 elans. or. If thought better, for one year. "We believe that our plant would he one of the best In this part of the country to demonstrate what is right in the way of profits, the expense ,.f operating the husinen, the prices Ihat should he paid the farmerA and the prices the consumers should p.ty for food products delivered." Mr. Browns plan is to have an au thorised expert, named by the guvern. ment, take full charge of the plants. with headquarters in Spokatte. and have authority to fix the priers pati and charged, thus placing hinm in phoe. Ilon to Investigate at first hand the cost of handling, manufacture and de livery, fixing also a responible profit on the capital invested In the dairy industry. "My sole aim is to assist the gov ernment In its investigation of the high cost of living,' said Mr. Dlrown, "and I believe the plan I have suggeated would put the authorities in closer touch with the produetr, mrtanufau' turer and consumer than any thdst hits yet been suggested to the department of agriculture." TONG WAR LEADER IS FOUND MURDERED Now York, Foil. 11- Th ( tin" * tong war which already ha' remnited in miny my'teriots murders in Ilnottn and San Israncls?o anti other cities. netted another victim today when th1 body of Chey Wing was found in tile rear of his 4iruolyn lnundry witll lii throat cat ano a bullet in his h.al. Choy Wing was a naentmer n; on of the tongs which haet been engaged in the Chinese wir for months and his laundry is sanh to have been ie' henequnrters of tin tong oen. Money Raising Sale CLOTHING Men's and Young Men's Suits or Overcoats Values Up to $17.50 Your Choice $9.95 KIDNEY DISORDERS VANISH ALL BACKACHE AND DISTRESS FROM BAD KIDNEYS OR WEAK BLADDER GOES. The moit eortetive and harmle* way to ciur luiaclarhe and reiintto not-of order kidneys, or end bladder trouble, In to take neverri ltoses of iajr.o flu Y in Dl itinelly frel that your kidn, ya and urinary oreuns are being ir'il itn , hIiiliid and vItallyiil, and Ill the misiirnht' xympttomrs. suelh as liacl, na hi- hiadntaii. iiervoininini.xx, rheimna tism nail ataring paina. intlamred or swnlthn ryeltidA, Irritnhiility, nlrnplesn ri-as, or xippressrd, tialtnil or fre linent urinalion (Ospe ially at night) anti other itistrna. teating after taking the firt few domes. The mnonient yon suspect any kidney or urinary dixorder, or rheumatism, login taking this -harmtesm preparation is direted, with the knowledge that there is no other medline, at any prine, ennI anywhere rise In the world, which will eftoct en thorough and prnmillt n ure tas n fifty-root treatment ofi Papr'4 Dliarretl, which .mny dratagist can atpply'. Your lii smiclan, pdaruoaenet. hanker or iny mer-antile agenry will till you that Papee, Thonmpionr & iPaeli, of Ci.n ruinati, is lage and reponaihio mtdicine coniern, thoriiaghly worthy or your contlienve. don't li h minir:ishl or worried an otther nt010nt with Ii taim' bakc or renluged. inneti-v kidnisi or ilaldder misery. Alt this goes anter you start taking lupe's IDiuretle, and in at few dlays you feel and knew thIat your kid neys, liver anti urinary system are healthy, clean rnd normal, and all dungu-r passed. Aicetit only Pape's rlluretie--fifty. cent treatment--roimi any drug store *nii .t hire In the wirld, GETS TRAY OF GOLD. ban Pernardinn. Cal.. Feb. 11.-A loan robber held up the cashler and two patrons in the bank of Highland t lay, sicuring at tray of gold and making his escape, aftor firing several shots down the street to frighten pox. sible piure unrs. A sheriffs posse is In pursuit. The tray lo said to have held Ira than 11,000. A Safeguard to Children. "Oui t u eli:r -i+, 1.-na I en ght your+ bite ba.n aloe. I , Inv y uu jcrt t i i. lu-- ;1114 1 ia . ieiuiit three ,.enr. nt,' I starurcut to use toliy'a liii n :1,1 Tiar, iad ii hi ts l ii i er failed to i.r- v'nt alol anre fhe-, Ir-anlis. It !s ith odl y guiu i-ti 1in- I i-an get lbs chibiti. t w o ici tn-i i-lt a row." Tb. i e friont 11'. '. Ai'uistei i, (ireion Il. ,iig ., ih a pml ir a. the r xu i erlity e of th,, .:mpe .,r outher u"'rrs of ,lry's Ilimiy 'rued 'f'r. Iiur4h0n city Drug 1' , t innorge hrel'hr"hnr. p~ropritutr LETTER ADMITTED IN EVIDENCE HAVEMEYER'S OFFER TO HELP IN SUGAR FRAUD PROBE IS PRESENTED. N" Yoirk, iN'. 11. The Ittter that (. i II itv'tm'yir, then Irtidfnt of the Ameritnn oiuer itlefinhinlg 0m I:Iny. writ.' Ito r1"'cianry of thli TFrary etrleyou, orffering tihlt slrv I. r l of inth c fmlnny in ith. govern miet. Iventtii metIin. todiny wnq ad mt~ttal :i>, ovidenr" lin thlt trial of ( i teiil it. iI ii ki , -.i r , tn ry of thlt -m*nnpan). Ileikr" ha't marl. a Rprelai larn Ito thi 'hargihi or ionlgirlicy to ttnderwrigh *ugar, nhil ninR amnnnvty hoen.sti ht Iii ifi rid btefori tie i grnd Jury rig ruIng mnelieru t'ov"rd in tihe indi'eotnt ntiianst him. 'l- lheitr in uiitnn .', nild the Aminri'nn e uegar .Refining iompany har .ust trnrnnl of eiaries that evieecnre of undter. wVhigtingi hfd hlon dinewoireed inll that tIii g1oivreiftnt was invetslgetinig flete cu vernmoint ennnot hit' more ,Inxioi4 to git ii thlt truth than Is the 'cmpanyr tile leti.r roal. Then it wenl on with in orfer of hooki aned riu'ortld iind rvery iuunl:tniih in th( iiv(e'+iignltn l, e.1IIsl iteri w1an no detsir "tIn hhield nny emploeiye who might ht fouine iiulity or doing wrong." It wtnI suti rfurther that tiht' cmpany way reaiy to 4n-olter'ti¶ with the goey ilrnmulnt in tiit( invtligatlon Ino te iii oiltg'd fre'eei. In ilny Ivint thI l itn panty, it was' Ktnted, pir'oponu," Ito rin idutirt linviiI is'tiilon i itnn Ow4an tert innd prnnmivtd that lith treenity would h' 1) full tti ritveatIon of theit truth y tit got rem not iou!d find iMatt MEXICANS SURRENDERED. Tieann, Arit., 4'h. It.-With the tnbtient of the Nfexiraon nmthlrltiis, tith four Mc'xirian 'horgil witl the killing ol Ioenest 'uyleridall and Owen Pltmh, anod wiwn afterwards fled to Mexico. wire brought nearnh the boundary lini todny Into Arizona. They were arreelid in Cannnea1 and were iniirrnderred to tithe Arla'ia autithritiea wit hnt the fortnality of extradition. MESSAGE IS HEARD AT RECORD DISTANCE Spokane, Wash., Feb. t1.-Vrank Moore of WVlibe Wells, Weash., son of former Otnvernor Miles V. Moore, whe' has one of the mnt completely equip. pod private wireless stations in the entilery. says that on the morning of Vebrueary 3. a few neineites nfier mid night, he he'ret Ilnoiulee ealliAg to Point denma. 1Cl. Point Lorpa up* pnrently could not "got" H1onolule. trier half an hour ofter ucidnalht all wirelevs Instretnenls were silent while the Point Loman end Hlonolulu govern mnent Sttitle Irlied to talk. The com' meereal stition tit Walia Walla could hear Point Iorea, but not Honolulu. Paul Ianeke tt, another Wallis Wa'll tueuite'ur wii'elens ecperator, was with Meoore and heard the Honolulu mei eage. The distante to Point Loma In 1.100 mites overland. The distance to Heoneleleu in l a air line is 2.400 miles. In both Instances amateur distance records are thought to be broken by this performance. MUST RETURN LAND TO THE INDIANS Spokane, 'eh. 1l.-Fred Kennett, Culted Statee land office commis einner, has given out a decision that 1,340 acres of land in the south hitl of the Celville Indian reservation, nerthwest of Spokane, must be re turned as Indian property, having been fraudulently taken up as mineral land. The cleimants implicated are: iW. E. t4usemore of C(adova, J. H. Worby of Peach ilar, W. At. Kells of Republic, C. I. Young of Lamona and James A. Martin of Davenport, the claims leing the ('atemount, Mayflower, Eden, Cougtr, Young. DIuebird, Association and Maidenhlush. This land was opened for mineral location some time ngo, but an investigatien by special agents for the government disclosed the fact that the property was not valuable for minerals and io better adupted to agricultural purposes. OULAHAN TRANSFERRED TO NEW YORK OFFICE New York, Feb. ii.-Richard V. Oulahan, for many yeare :it the head of the Washington bureau of the New York Sen has been transferred to the New York office to aseume direct charge of all news departments of the Sun Printing & Publishing association, according lu annolncement made to day by the publishere. I" will not assumeiee ilt' ieee of the late Wiliiame Ltuffan, who was publisher of the Sun, as first reports indicated. Mr. Oula hale has long been a prominent figure among the newspaper men of the na tioneel eaitttil and it present Is prisl - ihne of reet Oridiron club. Sore Lungs and Raw Lungs. ?e tet pe'oiti icnow itee feel lag, aned the misteralte state of iii health tL Indirates. All. people should know that I'oli'v's Hfnon y (1111 Tar. itse greatest lit ettat etd lunte romm tii, wili (tui'lty cure the t'rentee and etegh' ante retoern a normal cowtlition. Aesk fCr Foley's IHin t and 'fear. erdene flity fitng Co., fientree l'relihelmer, propritetor. 210 Higgins Avenue .4,*SOULA - MOfti. Phone 821 CONFESSES GUILTY IN COURI ACCUSED TRAIN ROBBER PLEADS GUILTY TO ROBBING THE U. S. MAILS. st. U~nils. Feb'. I:.-ýrollnw~ng 1,1R ennfrrlolnq that h' took part In the I r robhery of the .1i n".trri Pacif train noar i:,rekn. .Fo., on t1E night of r Jannury .I, geoortc I~heling piended guilty toLay to r, charge of robbing I the mnlin. i:Ii.IInti: was :rr'ested ye(4 I e st l lot Springs. Ark. W. W.II Lowe, who ;s Implututed by Ehiing's nnfdo inn. gi.4 IshrIthr, ,inota Lowo tnd 8i. rI. i4rn'r:son. woro nrrosted ~ I..h re Wdn dy. The arrestH were kept a so rrt. The iLoweo and Eimersnn, when ar railgnel, plendod not guilty. Inmeron said he could prove he wnt not outside of St. Louis on the night of the rah hery. Irheling, 1n" hise endonfelnn to! I'oataffie' Inspector DIItson, sitd James u i.rnwe said toeqrson had no part in thi robhhry. W. W. Lowe, n'eorrlluin to pinsiffle Iiispe.'tors, Want in the traitsn nhhory It tllue Cut, noar IK:n'n,. City, In Ivor. They pald he confetwerd his part andri tirned state's evidep e. The onbbery noar iutrika. aoenrI!* to I:.holing, nette $Sf00110 lhpetntri Pa cif!.- offkins WednOAiAin3 antlrunctinl the rohbbrs i 'ained !t1W ELZ sHO NAPPY TYLES A large shipment of spring styles in the famous lipyal Blue line of men's and boys' shoes has just been received. This line ein braces all the new lasts, shapes and styles. Noth ing but the best selected gun metal calf, velour, box calf, viel kid, enameled colt and glazed colt leather is used in the construction of the far-famed Selz Blue label shoes at prices of $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 nud ..........................$5.00 R--Stands for Rubbers And rubbers stind for dry feet. Ie ready for that stormy day. We carry a full and complete line of the re nowned Gold Seal rubbers at moderate prices. What Is in a Hat? A Head That should know a good hat ; one that has style, shape, color and quality at a reasonable price. We carry it new clean and up-to-date stock of the well-known Gordou hats that. we have just received from the East, insuring you of the latest styles, col ors and quality. Politeness never lost us ii customer. Always a lpleasurc to show goods and make frimnqds. Gannon. O New Opposite Isi16 Theater. SALARY QUESTION PUZ1LING MATTER OF REMUNERATION FOR JUDGES OP NEW COURT CAUSES DISCUSSION. Washington, D. ('.. Feb. 10:-(Spe olaf.)-Th.' sainry which Judge hunt of Montana will rrweive an a member of the customs court of appeals is oo easloning equlte a lot of maneuvering In congress. The house fixed the sa.' ary of the Judge and the other memn hers of the court at $17.000, although the law creating the court placed it itt $10,000. The senate committee on alo. propriations in reporting the defilolen.3" bill concurred In this notion, but when the measure came up in the senate, Senator Bulkeley of Connecticut raised a point' of order gainitt it, on the ground that it changed the legislation previously enacted by congress, Sen ator Hale of Maine said the matter would have to ho straightened out in conference, and withdrew the provi siaon. Toe reason for reducing the salaries is hnaed on the fact that son ators do not belirve the salaried of three Jiiges should exceed those of the'' Ulnited $tates circuilt court judges, which are,7,A00 a year. It will psob..' ahly he an interesting fight over the question, its the president fears he may not be ible to secure the acceptances of the judges he has named because of the cut. Senator Dixon called up in the sen ate lust week his bill providing for the sale of two and five--cmre tracts of land on Flathead lake for summer residence sites and authorizing the sale of 60 acres of the allotment of Indianis on the flathead reservatidp, and it passed without debate. A civil service examination will be held at Missoula on March 3 to so cure printers for service in the Phil. ippine islands, at antial salaries of from $1,800 to t,,000. F. A. (arnal of Havre *nd 14. daughter, Miss Norma 'Car tie spending several days in .Wft5spg$. Senator Carter has uubmitte* to tue senate a statement showing that 7 postoffices in. Montana would be positarles for the receipt of mion under the postal savings bapk bt which is niw before the senglte. .. A hill directing the secretary of I tenor to open up riegottations wl the Indians on the Fort Helltns rep ervation in Montana, with a evew d, the transfer by the Indians to the government cf all land In the reser vation w hich can be watered froll Milk river has boon introduced, in the senate. The bilt also provides for the transfer by the Indians of their rights in the waters of that river. "Thla action," says Senator Carter, "is necessary In order that the highest possible use may be made of all the waters of Milk river and that the rights of settlers may be treated with due consideration," NOVEL WATER WHEEL INVENTED RECENTLY Spokane, Wash., Feb. 11.-A now water wheel, which will run in any depth of water, and which can be manufaetured at about the same rqte per horsepower ao a gasoline engine, has been invented by W. B. Campbell, J. C. Hunter and W. N. Simons of Toppenish, Wash. Each wheel I. made up of five folding paddles. These paddles open and close as the force of the current is applied and taken away, and as a result the wheel may hoe used either as an overshot, an tinder shot, or a turbine, and either partly or entirely submerged. The invention has been demonstrated before several enagibers and each of them has praised it highly. It Is the intention of these men to commence the manufacture of the wheels immediately, and the first one will he started next week. Wheat completed it will beo used In the big ditch at Nort VAkimna, [ash., to de velop power for irrigation purposes. Leilnippe pnltsp tat percale the en thre system, Lailnippe ,'oughs lhst rack 'und "train are eiuit.kiy "ured by Foley's 1i'n'y utni Ten. Isn illdly laxative, saue and certiun in results, Garden City tiruig Co., George Vrelsheinier, proprietor. 3w.son-/frmstrong 2 S&A" Jnaps Jf Uou LOould IJn p." "I'nap" tfot. No better Investment in Montana than one of these "B. & A." silts. Juits $20.00 value for.. $13.50 $8.0.00 value fort , $19.50 $22.30 ialue for $14.50 $35.00 value for $23.50 $25.00 value for $16.50 $10.00 value for $26.50 $28.00 value for $17.50 $15.0t value for $29.50 #s0.00 vuhie fm. ... . ....i.. $35.00 hovercoats f20.00 and $22.10 value $35.00 value for. $21.50 for .... ........ $12.50 $10.00 value for ..$ 5.00 $25.00 value for $15.00 " 13.00 value for. $27.50 $30.00 value for $17.50 $50.0o ale far...o. 32.50 $65.00 genuine ('nrr mellon, with heavy silk lining..$45.00 Pants $5.00 value for...... $3.50 $8.00 value fo. $5.75 $6.00 value for... . $4.25 $9.00 value for .$6.50 $7.00 ialue for... $5.00 $10.09 vilue for . $7.00 197 pairs heavy water-prool work shours, worth $4.00 and $5.00, for pair .........$.. .. ..........$2.00 3120 pairs "Walkover" shoes; medium narrow toes, broken sizes; velour and patent lenthers; the kind we have always sold for $4.00 and $5.00; for. pair. .............. ....x$2.85 lon'! Forget she (umbar 125 Biggins $venue - 3eson-r /hmstrong First National Bank OF MISSOULA United Mtates Iepositary CAPITAL .......... .. .. .....$200,000 SUlTPUI.fl........ . .. .......$200,000 OPI'ICEIRR P. S. Iusk, President Edward Dininln, Vice President E. A. Newlon, Cashier 0. (1. England, AssistanutCashiler . R. Lusk, A. Bl. IUnuniond, Ti. V. Bomiaels, A. HT. 11'eithev, C. I1I. .11lv~eo', Edward JDoilan, P. A. A'ewlon 3 Per~ (ceut !untrca Paid oun Savings Deposit. Olson & Johnson CONTRACTORS. HEURON FIRE AND PRESSED SRICK,gWESTERN STATES AND K. C. CEMENTS always on hand. Estimates turniehod on Structural Iron and Steel, Oak, Birch, Walnut and ?(abogany Interior fliath. Burglar proot window tauteners. Phone .S Office 127 W. Main St. Missoula, rlentana. ,ý ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY MISSOULIAN Missoula Hotel European Plin. Building Entirely Remod. (led and Rtfurnjahed, Location Convenient. Dining Room Open 6 a. mn to 8 ni. m. P. J. CONROY, Manager.