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HARNQIS
THEATRE
C. A. HARNOIS, Manager.
Thursday, April 7
'I'IiT Event of Ill(- Year
Henury It. IInfrrit4 Presents
E ROBERT
DESO
in ll ltu't of all plays
"A Man's A Man"
A Iwr(Wf1 l I1)runt of Modl
t'rn ~i fº' of Twi'o ny
You euun't affopul to miss
flhis zrvatf I lot.
504!, $1, $1.50
Seat. `.IIe 1Wi nI-sdIIIy, 9 a. Ii.
FAMILY THEATER
C. A. ITarn ls, Mgr.
The Famous
Della Pringle
STOCK COMPANY
WITH
DELLA PRINGLE AND THE BEST
COMPANY IN THE WEST
Packed to the Doors
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY.
"The Spider
and the Fly"
TWO BILLS EACH WEEK
Splendid Specialties
PRICES-10c, 20c and 30o
Reserved Seats at Nonpareil Con.
fectionery.
Matinee Saturday at 2:30 p. m.
Diamond Ring Given Away Every
Friday.
Monday, Tuo:day and Wednesday
"LIES OF A TRAVELING MAN."
Miss Ethel Denton was given the
diamond rinn at the
BIJOU
Before 7 o'Clock p. m. Thursday.
THE LAST DEAL
1)ral.4 ,111 , sh.14.4 th1 1-01,4 of
geniil4lal 1 14,1l414ut4ily f1l, II11 14114t
Inter1 sting pictur1. i t ver 'Fl1w1 In
M I sul414l. 11144. \'4444 w4 n l1t forget.
CELESTIAL VENGEANCE
14 l I41( w44111 ll se in1 ,1 111ing
p 1 l4, iii Chinese.
THREE QUEENS AND A JACK
It i u I 1'11 must 1. II 1111
lOc BIJOU .lOc
T he Isis
"THE CONFEDERATE SPY,"
A flvil wir story..
THE LEGEND OF KING MIDAS
A1 o11:111144. fairy tal1.
LOVE DROPS
A Able-splittinug lcomedy.
HIS FIRST VALENTINE
A 344d, Ig 41.medy drama.
THE BLUE FISHING NETS
Ininostrial p14 t1111 full of t ltere1t.
Itrumembe1r ti(.5 heouniful set of
dilh:+lu n 4l ' tl l giv 441 away Ap4ll 'I,
The Isis
Olson & Johnson
CONTRACTORS.
HEBRON *FIRE AND PRESSED
BRICK, WESTERN STATES AND
K. C. CEMENTS always on hand.
EstImates furnished on Structural
Iron and Steel, Oak, Birch, Walhut
auitl Mahogany Interior finish.
Burglar proof window fastene.n.
Phone 628. Office 127 W. Main St.
Missoula, Montana.
NEW C. 0 C.
Ladles' and MIsses' Under Vests,
nlly 10 (entt.
Sc and 10c Store
Across Street South From
Courthouse.
IN THE RAILWAY WORLD
"NINE MILE" BROW
THREATENS
DRIVES WORKMEN FROM PILE.
DRIVER WITH WHICH THEY
WERE REPAIRING BRIDGE.
lThey Wilited right it-II.in, ritinritii
and walked tight ,Fit irit 3atin" Tit ts Iv
hut it lilt inate t~ hi tis it gl Kunt g oh t
the Itiiet mgiund when thiy attempted
ti. ti myr a mulr ifihridgi nt ti SN i ll,- NI I
(Avrg. Iit. whi thitt ir tnown as
O1ne Codcto" licwn. who owns land
:int. fiing A1il eight - of-hwiay, yestirand
,irove, :1 Kong of r n it fr n"a th,"ir pile
driter, anitih Witl i they were t list
startinyKig wdirk. triiiwin whIt s that t~
do tilt 11. 1k nrn eswary till snon were
lerced to tr,"npuas el his Iluol. mnd
tik nit his thsertions with it gill, or
st ficient stie to Intin edely ,ituswt
6I~"rutimes to ru lenl A warrant wast
ralsin nut for hmi errest ybur tri.titthd
ti1, iu i ii r I Imill be settled i courtI
TRAFFIC SUSPENDED
THROUGH MOUNTAINS
A lirge t lide tiny ui PKigey . alened
hauri tiiii ulflar hiv si'iiinil d t ilrit ltile
through the i.tttr Itou t Iner, tninu.
The exIuiiu location of thin sid cuntthl
not i e ni et ife the hineititdtl frfitis,
but it is known to he 1-cNuNed in the
Iulterulisi otsi 't'rails will h e tirtltn
toiny and ty s Itis ly tillorrlwtu, Nu. y
turning at St. Itegn milud t No.tirist
Avetry. Nothbtig definit," entthl bl
lesurned at its when the track world
agll i he placed in ser ufiie.
One Conductor Who Was Cured.
i1r. Iiltord Adiufis is his nine, and
"he writei , about it.-"Some timre ago
I was lot fiied to mi bed with ehronic
r~heumutism. I isued two, bottles of
IPley's Kidney Itonedy with good ef
fect, and the third bottle put till (fi
ny feet and I renmed work as omn
ductopr on the Ixington, Ky.f street
railway. It gave me more r,'Ilef than
any $,ediine I had ever used, and it
wllf do uil you clai in easen of rhtu
tnatintn." Fialey's Kidney Itemnedy
ieres rhuniatia m by eliminrting the
uric neid fromn the bloodl. (;ardent (ity
b)rig ('u., (;l-0. Fr,"isheirner, Prop.
MONTHLY REPORT OUT.
3 eorge H ll. atewar d of thi Northern
P'alflc hdospital, Issued the monthly
Istatenment or time himpitali youterday.
One thindred sud ngns cases were ad
inltted to tiro hospital ,fnl 173 uffice
aenso were treated. At the lime of
the report 5m n ases remit.ed li. the
houspitall.
SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION.
The wote-haeSul spirit if ('non
Aisher ('f., Io n Dfleyte it te ddition
stratimn to Ise uiven fit their <*Inthing
window 'T'urnsday Iul( I"risiny fromn .
iii5 . 'Pilhe high-class clothing
onrled by y is irm will he shown by
i living a5estNJ It shmtil Interelst
every Tnuh and young Gran In Missudln.
PENSION BOARD MEETS.
Ad pension hoPrd mot in tire sfice
or o)r. if. to, Smith yesterday and
exam aleI throw i imulbltes for ptn
slots.
FOR SALE
Four houses on a good corner, .
00x130 feet, only 4 blocks from
business center. They rent for
$80 per month, for ..5.500
$1,000 cash, and balance in
four equal annual payments;
interest at 8 per cent.
-AND
3 cozy rooms on North side;
just the thing for a railroad
man ....*atº
-ALSO
A 4-room ,oen co.aes .....Ie
MATIoNeE DAILY ATd S O'CLOC
EXCEPT oTHURS DAlY.adt
TWOM ATNS EARES SAT RDAY
FIS HOWBAT 2 OANCLOK
(AGREEMENT TERMS
GIVEN OUl
COPY OF THE AGREEMENT BE
TWEEN RAILROADS AND
STRIKERS SENT OUT.
. i n offlinir cllpy or the alIn ee 11t
4 dat.-d M~arch .:, 11110, betw,.,n the
.11 lth. rhoodl of ll't i tir e F ire len
ainld igit eers and the tIIsumla' rsl
4 11n 1I II. ti rllnl'14 h b r telv l' it' thlll
41 Idl t w Iing 1,11 (It'i. )51$ i 1 tre ll up, on:
Alrl wneI t till t rdll le I, which 1.1,1
the l Iet an I fnr an in"e n 111141 I n tllen
't W I of 11re1 Ill'1en. S '11tch Il ineers
0 . hlg trler',. w4 : 1 "It4uest InI tf1o
I Irtivie to Is- rIubmitted t.l aurf itr'atly In
und rtr the lrovrion of the 1-d114n
i1. t. waving the tight of it (peal, the
(3)rd of the a rny tratorl t't t e final
1.110, 1'rictusive. Agreetient as to munch
llrbltrtli on 41 he s1K11 ed ats 5,"h isl
(laeticatle,."
toil aIrtlet 11. w111 e11 th% tlllr t an' In'
Kiln00r. fir'n inI or linstler In engine
sorvic.". feeling himself aggrlo.vedf, may
It. t'.presented IStore the proper ofil
111lls of 0Il' c' mpl nyl by tlll Ij'jond ivid llI
or by it ntorumiter front the o)rgani
zi t134 n of whir( the i$ a Ininihr' , or if
the aggrieved he it membner of nn or,
K(illlIr' tilI' he natty be represented by
1llt Individual or ' n'n'l' ttee of his .%%'n
se11 t1 I ls t'e right to 11 t 1114 o1 rll the
illuVI st offh1 erl If the l mli' 4 rales
'I f iedel l. T'lie terro of the 1 r111 nunlI
till liclt e 2 Wert: "'Cle maager"$'
forllnittee recomm'nendls that nr change
he made In1 the ru!ea or the atuiir
practice 11f anty rompany which shall
deprive iny. Inidividal emiploye of finy
right or privilege of being reprt"$eated
whit-h )1e now possesses."
('n lrt(III fle r, w i(1 was that the rilp'
r1eset1 tive o1 the IIsrotlel'r11' of ,o
lona~tive Pl'rirnen and E:nginlemen
$1h111 have the right to establish a
senlaority flute for rill engineers pro
Oilted frnW the ranks of firemen, the
agreement 151 per follownb:
(a) Firemen shall be examined for
promo1on accordneig to seniority on
the flIrome'1 ro3ter; and thoil pass
ing t11 required ex)15ination xh1l be
I given certifitrm4 of qualift'et(on, al
when pro$motell shall hold their l ame
rel1tive standing in the service to
which a " 11gned.
(h) If fur any reason the enlor ell
gible firemen are not available and It
junor u111111 ed fireman Is pron'1ted
aw t used In r ctual service out of his
turn, whatever Standing the Junior
fireman, $o fixed, estublimhem, shall go
to the cureit of the 'enior eligible
fir1m14. As $111 fi the s1nior
fir~ema1n Is a~vailable he shall dispacee
the Junior fireman, whMN shal drop
bllck into Whatever (14 hone -wIid
have held half it(, senior firetmun been
Ilvallable and the Junior firemlan not
lined.
(1) As ,"111 1118 i fireman is pro
nalnted ho will be notlifie In writing by
the proper of(eicnt 11f the manpupny of
the date of Ills promnotion and unless
Ile file a w1rittlen protest within 60
dasn aganinst such flaitIe c1annot
thereafter lave It chantged. When it
dlate or prolmotion 11111 been e1Utbt-i
lished1 In nlcordanle wvith1 regulatlons,
11u111 date shall ho posxted, tund if not
chtullenlged within 6U0 days utter sulk
posting, fill protest against such flute
shall afterwards be heard.
(fl) No firenual $1111l be deprived of
film right to examnlbatlon niot to (It'l
moutio1n lit neeurdance with him rein
live standing Ill the firernek's roster
because of ;my failuare to take him ex
aminatioa$ by reason 11 lith- require-,
neerst$ W' the com~pany'$ $erl'ice, by
sIcekness, or by any other proper 1111'1
fit absencle. P'rovided, that 11(111 ll hs
return he shall be Inuinediately called
and required Ito,take examnination and
advept proper nHsignmlent.
flood results always follow the Use
of Val~ey'$ KIdney ('Ills. 'they give.
prompt relief it, all cases of kidney
1011 biadder disorders, III-# 111.111g.
strengthening and untiseptho 11ry,
them. (,arden ('It), Drug I'll, (t -, fI.
IS CONVALESCENT.
JaineS Valentine, u section laborert
FROM THREE FORKS
T he fill Le .rti h. tl~ I 11~ .\, .n
tunic }{.*, ~'"I. nu l I ut. th 1t t! 11,1
it:nItkee it t" ,.1 l~u ,1blim: lilt. t , III
t\ill 11not t l: t 1 ," .\ I i . ;. M ,llia
4hatre in t11 .. ri t Ii . hn , ut till
I ltulry:
"A n .t t t, i .., I", ti.. \'."'*1, 1 t
Nntimi l 1, 11 iv t.' I~ ,"1 m e ri t, ,I L1.
lthe M~iu .'l ,,. roillr..,,1,l. Wal ine tl -
nininlit III. 1 o ; I n~ t not iior,. t1h 1 ,,
m ls frui t h I n:,, ni,",rdiung It,
oarnpariy i- ith l.re The iirkt b~rnn
w ill he h" 1: ".u tllthineral fr on TIhr..
Park . fell. , tigt,. 11milwn ti "
the tv.st b iju y ..f \\''nu ed."t!, ll" ,I
n i t I nl"\ il] distant illth
S1111tLi ll. 11itI t e M lwtr ken h I s
Montiinai '1 11;1' morn I'u akling .1hm,.1
fo t, road1 uto th Ii. url; 1 Ili. I wet hl,~
lit tthe' Sm an1 till... n 11."i ll .1i t,. .r
terv. At of , . it'm It \\.1u r."i,.rt,"d ilh.
mirk l in t .. . ..I h." 1..1t -ontlhrti'
(runt the tlnn alsh,"l v.i1 t!,r..vehl
itig 1'Timb r ,il l ill th." I'l: th thh1d I
hbut it r."". lunm :m ore, ýtirls, -1 ~t,
thil tinnl1 1 1. lu impratctwable1. II. 11
of 111. I!; Iot ;in u 11,.1 attur 11', the
.' Ii ta try s..ntlh It' Htit~ T ank s." .
1'lurk's V ol1,, utt this \\;l Ihbandoned.
and, after ' n .t.",- r enat-u hnl 1,., i
inqyuired n t-,, it." r nntlu n ti ,u
rvvached 1th.1 t h, Three I''orks Mansuon'u
riv,"r rent.- \\ii tih. m-hrt,- t, up ntu
(til ith harp ' -t 111141 \.I'luped r, uin :n l
off,"r,'Q Il ot . I. mil it i:Igo t.. be f~1111.
Start Work This Season.
"It is 14111 tha~t wo'k trill lor .inmit
he statutt d, thelr r.e u,1 'l'Iint 1th. \111
wonuuke lint, 1,,1 to null. Threne 1',wk,
,one of lt.' in t tuown1 u', itu lis.. i"+
Inlenluutel lit the wayt it has favotr."1
tithe u1c . It is it dli isin p slng, %Ihopm
hnve h Ben ."utnmbils -d tht.r.", mul, in
every Imsihh. wily it,, railrml'- lIa,
.lharedi it aloing
"Honlc'na and 1latt.' will 11e parti.'u
larly fav~or.". in the latte-r 1' r,',ching
the park mitt. 1, I:t , thing ia(on' r-in', ttlll ..":ir
laiy mnatte'r to h.av," h"r.' Satur'day
night. ho in 111" par'k (',ii, th1. 114x1
moerning, xt-irm Hundsay th1,"1'." u In II
knek home againn Menda~y morning."
T)Intrrhoen shtshwi e ,In"* , ",rd wthou~t
the tittn of tunle unit by it m,'di."hiv
which. Ilk.' I'humbnlerialn't Oi'lle, 'I
Oia rn and Din1rr~heto it,"in..y, nut unly
cures promptly but pprapdieiu4 no nn
pleasunt after ,"ffectn. it never f ili.
and 114 plaunnt muust ale to Ink.. ::.,,1
by all *dealers.
JOINS HUSBAND.
Assistant I~ntgin,-~r Mtimont of the
Puget Sound artri\"eg IIn Missaulnn ytK
St."rday with tilt wife nure l chld. wtheni
he met at Ahberdten. S. It~ nndal eeonn
pnnied here Mr. Minuesnt iv hl ehurg."
of the work it, the new passenger"
depot.
REPORTS FOR WORK.
T. bM I:.h.anet, wh]o) 1:, c-milmwtr Ion
the legging room not of Iliamilten, re,
ported fur work ytestershly ii ter aIfe
days' Inyoff. 111.4 wif'' tur Nun rI
turned yesterday fromt th* .";1t.
DISCHARGED FROM HOSPITAL.
1I, La. Muir of Pulhinum. Wash11, whnu
onterted lith Northern Puelfle hospital
for 14urtden"I treatment, way, disohargHed
yesterday.
W WM WILL NEVER OBJECT TO
-Cut or P&lrug
It leaves no disagreeable odor
even when smoked in the house
Manufactured by
John E.Tuckett & Son, Freeport, II.
PUMPS
OXFORDS
SLP PERS
New MtyleN milld Xhijil l Iiill ( ill.
We Fit Your Feet or No Sale
NeW blu or failuuus "Ilnvx" liuiseIT% iii.
"'~rI'iste limwis"" insuired xthwkings.
Mapes & Mapes
The House of Good Shoes
CORNER HIGGINS AVENUE AND PINE STREET
The New Spring Models in the
World-Renowned Regal Shoes
For Men and Women, are Now Ready at Our Store
I 1111 :l41u e 4411 lit 4 \ i il It :I 4 1 4i r 5114, Mx. oliiit
Ii:! I his 1 4 iI.
. I i , I11 41 i41nti14'l 4 sl l . i li I I to oiilt 1 rlhI1lmig Nfw
Yo4lIk mllThl I.el n 1444441 bo 41 :h 1 11 1m1nt i h I"':iI 1lies. INe Slpriilng Moel in tth
14111 ' sI i 14'. Iiat I "1.111 . i' 1 4 4lI'n IIIi o I ITiI ll :10117 Ill(' 14441 l4l 4' u 1' i It l1. are l Iln ll e in
$ i \'TI it .
li Htis sI' lsit ge III (1', III 'W 1 0 il e dl iffl ip ths ;itel II(.\ In a 111 w hit ' l l the ll'1' 71 of itupeN It N el
\V i' iII4 ' 4 44 11 II \ "I il l lI 1II II"1' I4 II .1'-1 441;1' I. I 11 1111tIi 1,r Ii'4gll 141141('i.
sixi s is (44 4444 1111 1 ".
$3.50 $4.00 $5.00
Regal Newest
Shoe Regal
Quality e Models
Regal shoes at Customers who
$3.50, $4.00 and want the more
$6.0o enjoy pro: Your Exact Fit advanced shapes
caly thie world- Exa/t Fit will find an
wide reutation. In Regal Oxfords abundance of the
The milions of very newest
people who wear Exact it is absolutely necessary in low shoes- custom ideas in
them have the and Regal Oxfords are the only ready-to-wear foot wea r, and
tremdous satis- low-cuts in which you can be sure of getting exact customers whose
faction of know- fit. Because Regals are the1 only shoes in the preference is for
ing that in buying world made in quarter-sizes -just double the usual more censervative
this celebrated On* ord number of shoe-fittings. styles, will die.
footwear they re- ANew Ag'al If your footlIength is just co ver a mong
ceive the greatest Ul/)rds between bsk usual hall Ind these spring and
possible v a I u e lull sizes, you havel o summer Regais
their money canhad to choose b~etwren tho smmr eg
their money can a little too tight or too lou.e. precisely the .s
procure-in cor. gr4 You don't have to amcept a quiet, modes t.
rect style, com- near-fit any more. Corn, to
fortable fit and ju*.r a pair of Regal Oxfords feehions they
long wear. &',: cuo jurl perecl f- desire.
The Only $350 $400 The Only
Perfect Fitting Shoe Made
Shoe 75\o
Quarter S zes S c:h l s s er" Quarter Sizes
SAVOY HOTIEL
ARCHIE S. ASH, President.
M0411rna 125
lIoomsl .
ndl 40 with
I ~ -to-Duth
---- Telephone
in Each
!.urge ioourn
Sample
FFan
FIRST-CLASS CAFL IN CONNECTION
Value
Increasing
Day
by Day
W e' are'I nubliu ru l i l r "u
li t in 111 nia l ;t t I rit .t
250 A MONTH
I'i tH MIil in: It.1SI .";I r t Ill ~
lILLIL L I -
I' t ly Il Li.
Money to Loan
ill ji ol ry, IhRlto III I dVI P
MONTANA SUPPLY AND
JEWELRY CO.
505 North I-tiJgins Avenue.
A BARGAIN
10-Acre
Orchard Home
With. sitI.letid implrovements;
no fietr *oil in the Orchard
I I)lInP$; w t- In lcated, close in
lnd till fUile andu tPris Uare a
º'inºh.
Price $4500
Terms, One-Hall Cash
Taylor & Pearson
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE.
Loans and Investments.
Offlce U.vor ldly a Gro:ery.
11'1t more mervi a out of your
fool wear 11111 bsý
Kirke .I Shoes
Alt KI UN 'Skte
oppos'ite N. P. Depot.

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