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EXCHANGED FALLIERES GIVES TOAST TO MR. ROOSEVELT AND LATTER MAKES REPLY. Parlts, April 22.-'reshh nli it and Mine. Fatllerer tnight gave a inllner of 104 c'lvrrs at the Elynser pal:l.t, In honor of Theodore Rloosevelt. 'The entire patlace wasl Illuminated id glualrds lined the satairways. Presldent Fallheree took out Mrs. iltooMvelt, who IlookeId charmling In a bhlue brocade gown em brnodered with gold and crystal orna ments, while ('olonel Itoosevelt eenort ed Mnme. Fatllieree. Miss Ethel Roose.' volt, who wore at gown of pink satin. wua escorted by M.. Jusseralld, the French ambassador to the Unitedl ttates. Among the other distinguished guestes were An)i t(ssa(dor andl1 Mrs. Itr4an, formner President and MmIIe. Loubet: M. rillnd. foreign Inlilster, andi Mmen. 'PIeho lind other lmemberlr, of the clabitvt 1andi their hlllesa; Lolui Rtenault. perllltanent t delegate Ill The Hague trllbunll from,, I'rance: Hatroll di'Eptourneill'll i. ci' Constllant 1d t(I Barnnons d(i 4'ntlaltlll, n1n1d trink II BnMason, thie Aimeirin ll nIIMul gitllelrl Il anld Mrs. MIPlasoll. .1111"lA Irir eallord. and11 M. Holtroux, llprofessolr of phil.anplv in the Univelrsilty of Prlis. During the dinnlller, .lsrvel Ill the gLrgeouI(llll 14a.ll de Fetes, whlih Is Ilhung with prcelessh (|nhalll l tapestlries, th h llnd of the itepuhlilnn lllrs gua lldsrendered (i In pr.oposintg C olon Hooevell' health Proesident Fatalliere o idhl: "I clannot llow the dhinlh r lto t'r ulinate witlhout otfferling In tont to 't'h.eodore( IRosevlll - an1 illlulltrious nIllt 1 who is at 'the almlte tiie it great clIt I.en.. i great friend oi. FraInllte alll : great friend of lupeace. lift lily glauss alie In honor of Mrs. loosevelt, Ill wlhoml goRes out the homlliage f our re Apel'tful ylmpathlly. I iongratu:'t' mhyslelf at tleing Hablle to tell alr guel.l how happy w\e ier 1to reoll "., "ild flete hiemlo." Replies in French. 1"lnlnl I .ltiosevelt replied ini I iranlh, saylng he( wlas pirofoundllllly touchel d hy the worltds of" P'resident Fallleres. "Mrs. loosevelt andllI I." cointinlued thli A.ellcr l'lan, "will never foirget thll welcomr e we have, receive ll In France, especially froll y.ui, Mr. L'rlesident. Made to kinow alnd unlderstalndl elch other, ollr twol counltries have ioen friends fromll the beginning nll1 ino doullllt will always rI'(lil nI frienId .ll the fulture. 'Every civilize4 11'1111 who co.nme to France learns lmelll thing, because France sl tile cradle .of DRUDGE Anty Drudge's Advice to Mr. Newlywed. Mr. Newiywed-"Yes, we've got a fine little dove cote. But it's .one of those swell apartment houses and they don't allow any washing done. Won't stand for the smell and muss." Ainty Drudge-"Poor boy, you must be nearly bankrupt with big laundry bills. But, get your wife some Fels-Naptha soap and she can fool the janitor. Won't need boiling water. Just use it cool or lukewarm. Rub the clothes lightly and they'll be like snow." "If I only had some place'to boil them I'd wash lots of my light clothes myself- the laundry wears them out so fast," said a young woman who lives in two rooms. Then she heard about Fels-Naptha. Now she is washing those things her self, without hot water, and doing it far better than if she boiled them. She has found gut that Fels-Naptha cleanses things more thoroughly in cool or lukewarm water, in little time, than if they were boiled till Doomsday. If you live in a room, apartments or occupy a whole house, take a chapter out of this young woman's experience. Boiling is unnecessary when you use Fels-Naptha, either in winter or summer. All that's needed is cool or lukewarm water, and even a.bowl or basin will do for a few things. Follow directions on the red and reen wrapper. . .- aMartha Washlngton Comforr Shoes Genuine combrt-that's what it means to wear the stylish Martha Washington Comfort Shoes. They fit like a glove, and insure complete rest and relief. No buttons or laces-Just slip them on and off like a slipper. Elastic at the sides provides perfect fit over any instep. You will never know how comfortable a good looking bsoe can be until you have worn MARTHA WASHINGTON COMFORT SHOES Beuware of tmlde na. Odthe genumie Ari t nmenu Martha Weasrngle and Mayer Trade Mark.sltmped on the rle. Reabe substitutes. Your deayr will supply you; If not, write to us. Irl3 - iftou will end ous the name of. deleh who does not handl) Martha Wahlnrton Comlbrt Shoe., we will send you treepostaid a beautful picture of Martha We also make lionorblltshee for men .Ledin Lad, /hoee, Yerma Cushion /hoes, Speeloa Merit eheool Shoes and Work Shoe, F. MayerBoot&ShoeCo. MILWAUKEE, W18,I. 11144414II c'iviIilzaiItl1n. Evwt4 tod4ay I htivet leitrned1 m41441 4444d 444 thing in par1 ticular whihli will 4;Jtwar lIn mty 44' ttire tumorrow. Ft"441ilet'M. wh4a4 .111 grrtr l'ul g414'4t4 44, are t1niz-hl.. A4 141411 llan) 4114ow.1 ow 441I4444 144 %v1441 4 Ir uncltl Imtfly h r 11 t till 444s If the 441 11 l c44ll'y ca1414 Hr1i44t4glr t.t*ildi WillItI t'44i4444 It I 44rM4 ill, n p-'M Iflthtel IAtm 144 ' It44i4 I 4444 lll4 11444'y 4414 4444444i41K. Van1.gzr11inl 444 I111t414'4 Ihy .44144144 f'r1111 the(l41444Ii I 'rI 114'14ise th11 IVhe o4lri. .%a4ry I har41444 4141 M.. 14414,1 .du1g the. 41uct fr41n lt.4114 114111 t Julilt a1n11 J1.1 \14414'4t -al4 Ity IIad MIm. l.tarte't re c'ltcd l weleetluln, n roml Victo~r HF1,'r 'l woirkii. At :II4IuIigIht a tIurret su4pper WIIIIts 41rv4-41. TV.4444t~rm4v 1.'441114t 1t44444'1'%lt'H ti1l11 4viitll 4 he 14v41e1 ntirely 141 the '44 griiii 4t th 114 n4tiversity. JUDGE DISQUALIFIED. Kalispeill. ApI44il 22. (814 hit.ll.) Ju1 g 441' l'ri4't4444ii WII'4 144'41 1t1itl1ihittt'41 t14 I4F1'44 In ille1 case44 IIn \r1i ('w . . 1'11n1. thr4ug Ithe 11 ufth'IatM u i tIiKill Ku 1441411 Nattima 14144 n.ok. is attemptlinlg tai g.'t I44444i'4444i44h 441' tlhe' IInclln c144414t1 reco'44rds4, An 44 tt14111 t 4temagitng Is'P I41'4J444ii4 a4444 thi444 14414 1444'hI fii4'/. Sheet Music Sale. A1l 14444ulur sp1el'4t 1414141I itt !i1t 4 i411 C4JpI3 tolday. I(IIYT-LI(tKtNt.IoN PIANO Co. EIGHTEEN MINERS ARE KILLED LIVES SNUFFED OUT BY TERRIFIC EXPLOSION IN OHIO PROPERTY. ` tc 'i Nl n v itl h '. lt io . A p ril '.- T Ih r lives if' 1 1 miniersl ile stnuffred outi lin al trlllemendllll us expllsio, i nll hi hl Iven m . i irnisYed 11 ( h iil wire.nd urned r restited frot' the mine anIll their et tape from deati h i regarlle' IIa% .l rteulous. Thel Interior 4il the Iit.1 i fis vrleketl and Ill ventiltllllin .!nlt of'. I lhr icaluse hals ilt yet Di.i d tl r llullld. The ihie hl(ai lit Ili insptedl liI)t Itwo ll ays h . lor te. ill c loil l biv I t lplty IIIIspet ir TholImtI M. .illat. The ilond ition unldergroundll , t . , . .l., show thn t hatthe explosion in it tint ut firce wias the greatest er.r r .rmder 1 In (4hhi. When the exploihon ar", lrrl t peopl ll ht there ttolught tre had t.-i il earthluake. A tlrain was hlitii.tltlg lthe mine antd tvery windoiiv in every ear wats shtlllt.ered. Thll Itrainmen fledt, as i .ar or tlynamlih was attached to the triai. After working all night the rescuing crews locaited six ildilli. These were taken to the bottom of thel shaft and at mton today were liftedl tol the Iur fitace. )During the aifternitoon iotIvern Ient extxprts from the geiologicalt l ioritoiry ait plttsltburg arrived with oxygen outlflts. They falled ito fitnd i ire bodien . a:. it. J7ines, thile iu gh it I the other men re.elued were iburnted, but inoie steriously. Two men. brothers. wtere found tlcked in each oiithers a rnts. This letdhs to thel belief that the inon were not killed instantly but were suffo dated by aifterdmpnil. 1 tite tilday the fans wIore put Into operation land frllesh air was forced into the mlne. Three wshlts ure work ig two hours it ti time. F. M. Os bornle of leveland. president of the company, arrrived this afternoon. He said the mlne woul lie mmediately cleared and work resumled as the tmine inspec.tors report it safe. TROUBLE IS BREWING IN COTTON CIRCLES Liverpnil. April 22. -Thu discovery of fitrgedI btills of ittling flr otton tpurporiting to have ibeen shlittiedt from lilte United .-Stlite(m hast invlved prloh ai bltty 30 ltal firmln it the cottolln Iluar ket. In addition t;at tihe flverplnl l colin cerns a numbeltcln r of contin itentaitl Ioutlses are aiffected, maniy of theti havitng paid considerabtle nallIt .til alleged false bills of tallings. Cottiton worth '2.f00.1)0 I saidl to be Involved in the ilinals. Firms aire arranglng to take toint attion lint tt-ri tim att tn- it Ir understood .their representatives are goinig to Ahlabatia to investigate tlhe Lsttsl41 laltn of tIhe ilintttoni fh'l oft Knight. Yatncey & Co., of te.i't Ilr. BOILING VOLCANO OF OIL IS CHECKED Oaklah l, l '."il., April -'r. h-The loilllg v'llentio f burning ll, whlil has beli sending utp fllamtes nitd sokle und threatenllg lives and property frout the Stanitdard till c.ompany reservoir neur Sain Pablo has been tailid atl least and the big free oif fire fighters iprati nlih d that the Ionlst.ll' will lit-i ui dir full .ltntronl beftre toniglhtl. Work I ofit repatlrng the dlamage, estimnated by thie officials at almost $200,000 nhas already eni.mmenced. The origin iof the fire is still a Inmyc tery, but the uggestilon tIf atn ilictll diary uitqurce is tienleltd hi) thi tolrn liany offk-lals. Sheet Musio Sale. All popular sheet musIc at it per colty today. ir HOYT-DICKINIBON PIANO Cu, Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney and bladder trouble not beyond the reach of medicine. No med Iclno can do imore. Glarden ciil"Drig, C(i., rteo, Irllshinelmer, Iryop, SEVERELY ASSAIL TEDDY PARIS PAPER AND WRITER PUB. LISH SEVERE CRITICISMS CF AMERICAN. a'urls. Apltl : --The,, onl-y disec.ord nttt cutmnient tIun Mr Itoseveilt' tisit Attlerir ni gul stl i s 1~ tir.rill, hlain Frencnrh institute ainul oted fir hin ultra ('ath l , intl .roya., ~ ll . iws, 'writing unllit r tIhe hl t ng. 'lthl.l intk In wll, I he paints \ir. Itioose voll. as a dei magogue whoit nlt ill the skill of ita i i ilnli in arr: gI ti r I i r ii r,'-appearannee upon tilt, Atmerhean Masson aull' ,Americn ( an I, tner' y nee i s i1 co-tt : 'rAlll h ie .tit t ii Ilti', riii' tilt' , li,| , r iii erlliytor whU ttlt r lhis t lt t i ltl t l , t' hei '1even etperl.t l t' Wlit only by a xtralll l intlve and ,xe" tintv powers that stil it ..on el IIItr , an fulfill is m llrk ll "i. The AI eillIan people wl " ithAit exiI I (ly knowing wh,.II a I t . i i lh troi ll' I its lit Ihot ron into, llll t wounds. l t lll ,fol lIw such it r int 1. Atnerith, it i mperial o ,lt 1n8 ii altl ,r li, itil ill lit- h ll tc-utit t ~lt i ll hll l r .llt end onelrly In tIlltr iln ('lt plasie the i a tins, it is enough tlhat lhe pi t,tss t his I'lh. i r i bby t tilt' . \p. t il " Y l t tilt ' rtiuln aly l ii tennrcirats have calledti tn meeting for ntrt idy. Aprtoilr 3, ilt rfrom uU ovealrilt tr th nty are expent ted to I.e present. i. Mort of gelnlrlt' con f.nnoune is to h hndld and plans for h-lut pelyfl I.'llrlitir Sleliftor JH+It111 H. epultl ra lll Inter, at Ir being taken H.I Iil'ihrhuk . '.|'F. .tirnan it! i.ru,, It o liti l, otingl largely to bo thie dout IfulneI of the political nplllexon of' Particularly Is Interest being taken in the contest for state senator, arid several aspirunts for this contest have announced their vandlday more or Tess openly. Former Seleltor John H. - (;eiger Is out fur the office on the re pnhilean 1ide, as are alsho ' John H. Town of Libby and F. B. Glary of Murekil. 'V. 'PF D)oonan tilt Troy, It Is stated Is likely to be the demo lraite nomilte. It's an Easy Walk to Parkside It's an Easy Price at Parkside It's on Easy Terms at Parkside It's an Easy Slope at Parkside It's an Easy Life at Parkside $will secure i lot I'or ybout lonlil. in i'.\IIK ill)EI:, which is till.' nisallº"s, mlloºst e e'l'l ll httt Iest it p,)ssijle for youll ti Sloop f ij yinig rentl ; $' putsi yIou on t h list io ho l -I\'-liers; .your y .$ ilnstaili Il'Ient I)lliyllments will . h.e l lessi t l' I'('l( i r n o i N lllU t \\iill allkai' Volt itideiil)iell l!t of the holl - hirdl, owninIg yourI' own ' ln ti l ihat loI ini 1'.\ll K ll)l', tIhe lest plaie i the cilty for hloaill('. PRICES The pI~rirh of a.irksille lots is $75 to $250. You will Il,, a1,h1 i,, i'inll s1,nelhinig to suit you, at ih,. siine tili sui| Vit rlll' pill'se'. TIhel(' '' a1'1' 11,I11,' firstjl' ;i.ss lotiS it I I1' I iil illlnll fig ll i; h r'e 7111'( not l i, Im; 1 lots atll tlhe/ tol pr'ice,-- just It few Iof' tilo st i l| esir bll ,e ' it' 'I'ers; i!1. bull. of h I ' lts a) re pr,'ie'l ii f|"rit 1.1I1 to, $ 01)., nll they arle wor'ithi more than lin in alh v liian's I. ,h1.' - o ani ller the ahivanliges which these lots ipossess, you will rea'lize i ha i h'I the 1li1t1e is exeel'dinglV liow. Wi ' kiioW MissNoula reaI,'il 'esti.te i ll we' know hI I therell' is thing on ithe mn trke hat I'mnlllr,.s with Iihis .,fl',er. IA'I'T I1lIlT IN Till," 'IT''1Y AT U!('II 'lICE$ (A'.NNO''T Ii11: IINI) ANYWil E r........ 75 toi 250 TERMS 'i'hatI these 111s ltiy sell qliiikly and l mil th,'. ma.1"y l,' within re';1,'i of every J ian in 11issot.!.i \\hio d.sires It hollli in I I'lii'e 'esill Ie l iN st ~'l , w\ i hiilll I ii , I' 111111 iii11 ke, i I' .t ill4. 'ss l r I,(' lll' Ia111 (o i1 (o)lle( ut' it dozen lots in IP rksi' id,.. I';y 45 ,,own alill ,I a n1 mo ilh ;t, Iha i ,1h lots a ,e yorls. The tiu triiul of sale as.11 I'ie ~ tI fLIIu ll Itl' e o lif It le v1 'of cit y wa li t al y till' I ,I, nl,. 11l11i r \\i'llr l l' it is. Thintk of thiis loffer; there is nothing to paallel'l, 1 it anywhere else in Alissloul.'. lts in th, ,ilyl' o eI,, i h (he Iusiu,,ss e.villel, losse,, in;g ill the qill' (11111iti th n1111Ike a perfct hoi e sll(it1'--f - 5 lo\\ilt 11141 $l 55 a llli Ii h. We have li IIed a g.l deal of real estatel ill Mlissoula, hIlt this'is the choic( st off 1 \, hiIi\ avi e\T Ill lte'. WILL J. RHOADES, Sole Agent 116 West Cedar Street Missoula Montana " }l· lkom& Chqox Made in 10c and 2 for 25c sizes The Little Tom has the same grip on qual ity as the Tom Moore. Men who have grown used to the lOc size and who'd like tile same mild good smoke at a nickel get a cigar half as big in the f Little Tom. Never apart. Same dealers sell both sizes. "The Tom Moore when you have the dime; the Little Torn when you haven't the time." They Go Together HEMENWAY & MOSER CO., Distributors Silt Lake City, Utah -----~ I-- WILLIAMS' STAGES 11,..1 ...n RAoR LI Dally (ervce l orm s I, 'lalhndn, ,lnetlnl wiIl I ot. lavs I; ua.i. POLSON GENE S teaner POLSON SGoEo KLONDIKE DA N8T Iresi. & Mgr. K OI ROLLINS Daily servihr plying lhthela ,t lake, ,.nnleting %ith train for Kallspell. DIXON YARDS. ALL RAVALLI BUILDING RONAN Get Our Prices. MATERIAL READ THE MISSOULIAN WANT ADS Flathead Lake ,Sta e "MONTANA' | |I'.oiln to tMnyton. Rollins and Sn4r Frl daily, onlnectllng with auto rand livery etakeq. It:ltall to Poiion and Vinson'r ,uily stae., )Ixon to Pol.on. Atl Sm,.rs conneet, with (real.t Nwrltern trains. Flathead Lake Transportation Co. CONCRETE ID1)W.\ L,K_, ,'I'III.I ETI'. IEverythinlt in ('oncrete. I.[, tst I,'ic's for tile twat Garden City Construction Co. :11; \'()l ),(I)ll STREET I issoulaa Montana WANTED :.very.dnly that wants their homes papered, '.intll d or decorated to = all on W'V II. ('rd and get estl Ilutes. Just received another Invoice of arittli' wall decorations. New line of picture molldings. Plctures (rant'd to order. Window glass. W. H. CARD PENWELL BLOCK. South Third St. Phone 6. SIlok Look for the pretty package Ravalli Rolled Oats Full two-pound packages. ALWAYS FRESH. Made by HAMILTON FLOUR MILL 00.. HAMILTON, MONT. GAS LIGHT BRILLIANT. CONSTANT. INEX PENSIVE. CONVENIENT. We'll be glad to erplti.. MISSOU.A GAS CO.