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Daily Puzzle THE "FAN'S" CONSOLATION. And though the snow may drift and blow About the bleachers wide. The balmy days will come again, And we will hear the old refrain, "Slide, Billy, slide!" • Where' Is Kelly? Answer to yesterday's puzzle: i'pper left corner down, ont cOUcht. HELP WANTED-MALE. WANTED - SALESMEN; MANY 4 snake $100 to $150 per month: some( - even more; stock clean, grownl on reservation, far from old orchards; - cash advanced weerkly; choice of tr- I ritory. Address Washington Nurn Pry Co., Toppenish, Wash. HELP WANTED. YPOOUARE WVANTE'ID I.OR (OVERIN ilIent p)ositionll. 0 tmonth. Write for list of posltions open. Fl.ranklin Institute, department 194-D, Roches ter, N. Y. WANTED-MEN AND BOYS TO learn plumbing; plumbers earn $6 to $8 day; have short hours; are In demand everywhere. By my method I make you a skilled plumber in a few months. Edward McCaffrey Plumbing School, 20 Riverside ave nue, Spokane. M3EN AND WOMEN TO LEARN barber trade In eight weeks: tools free; secured over 10,000 positions for graduates last year; unable to supply the demand; graduates earn $15 to $25 weekly; catalogue free. Moler System College, 403 Front avenue, Spokane, Wash. WANTED-SALESMEN. WANTED-SALESMEN IN EVERY locality in the northwest; money ad vanced weekly; many make over $100 monthly; choice of territory. Yakima Valley Nursery Co., Top penish, Wash. SITUATION WANTED-MALE. WORK OF ANY KIND. 1086 BELL. SITUATION WANTED-FEMALE. WOMAN WANTS WORK BY TIHE day. 1070 Bell. WOMAN WANTS WORK BY THE day. Phone 885 Red, after 7 p. m. WANTED-CURTAINS TO I.AUN der. Inquire 1002 Vine street, or phone 746 Red. EXPERIEN(IED YO)I'N1: IADY stenographeor desires positioln. Applly A. B. C., Minroullan. YOtTNG LAI)Y EXPERIENCEIIND IN teachinlg, (lerlking or plnin sewing wishes positlon immediately. Z., Missoullan. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT. A. W. CAINE. P. O. BOX 526. ACCOUNTS AUDITED, TRIAL BAT ancea and balance sheets: books written up by the month: terms rea sonable. I. V. Brlekell, room 104 First Nat'l Rank Bldg. Tel. 670 Red. ROOM AND BOARD. BOARD AND ROOM. 601 EAST PINE. MACHINISTS. MIHSOULA IRON WORK,--MA chino work; brass and iron casting made to order; light and heavy blacksmlthing. Corner Toole avenue and Bitter Root tracks. LIGHTING. WRITE F'OR PARTI('UI.ARS ABOUT our Wizard lights for residences. National Gasoline Lightllh Co., U. & A. building, Missoula. Are You Looking for a beautiful site in Hammond addition for a home? If so, how about this? We can sell you lots 14, 15 G.4od 16, block 21, Hammond addition, for $1,900; about $600 cash; balance long-time payments at 6 per cent. Stoddard & Price MISSOULA INSURANCE A REAL ESTATE AGENCY. 10.110 E. Main. PHONES Independent 61 Bell 147 Blak HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT 415 WEST PINE. 19 716 SOUTH 1FIFTII WEST. HOIoSEKEI -'ING ROOMS. 414 WEST . C'edar. IHOtRSEKE.EPING ROOMS. 235 W. - Spruce. i TIRIEE IFURNISIIED ROOMS. 420 South Fourth went. MODI).N. 544 EAST MAIN. INDE pendent Phone 2258. WITH OR WITHOUT PIANO; REA sonable. 126 North Second east. TIREE OR FOUR FURNISHED - housekeeping rooms. 827 E. Front. I TWO FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP Ing rooms, with gas. 306 South Fifth east. Phone 186 Red. FOR RENT-HOUSES. FOURt-ROOM MODERN FLAT. 327 E. Front. SEVEN-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. Inquire fire station No. 1. SIX-ROOt)M MODERN. SOUTH SIDE. - Inquire 625 South Fourth street. FOR RENT-4-ROOtM HOUSE. $15 A month. Apply 417 South Third St. THREE-ROOM COTTAGE. 826 W. - Pine. Bell 782 Ited. Call 807 WV. Spruce. FOR RENT-SIX-ROOM HOUSE, modern; also 5-room flat. Apply George I. Stelnbrenner. SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, BATH AND cellar. 637 E. Front street. Call on or phone Paul Gerber. SEVEN-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE, next door Commerclal college. Ap ply C. F. Malloch, Lothrop. 1IVE-ROOM MODERN APART ment. 219 S. Second. Two blocks from bridge. Phone 486 Red. FOR RENT-NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE, modern. 321 Tremolnt street. Phone or call. George L. Stelnbrenner. o-ROOM MOIDERN HOUSE; FRUIT trees, woodshed, ,nrn, gardens; south side'. Inquire roolm 20 Ilggins .block. FOR RENT - 7-ROOM MODERN house, witll range, on East Front street. Inquire Kohnl Jewelry Co. Rent $30. MODERN SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, which Is centrally located, 533 E. Main street. Inquire Tylar B. Thomp son. Telephone 103. WOOD SAWING. WOOD SAW--CAldl WOODYARD, 458 Black or Indl. 1627. FOR STRATTON'S WOODSAW leave orders at Bonner's Grocery. Bell 114. WOOD RAW-CALL AT P. M. Reilly's grocery. Bell Phone 98; Ind. Phone 544. Prompt attention. DRESSMAKING. 215 SOUTH THIRD. PLAIN AND GIBSON SHIRT waists made for $1.00. 500 North Second street. MONEY TO LOAN. $500 TO LOAN. HUG:HES & FER guson. EIGHT PER CENT MONEY ON CITY and ranch property. Van Valen & Elckmann. TO LOAN--2,000 ON IMPROVED farms, 8 to 5 years, 8 per cent. In quire at N. W. A. & T. Ins. Co., Mon tana building. HEADQUARTERS FOR LOANING and borrowing money secured by mortgage on farms, ranches and city property. C. F. Ellis & Co., "the real estate bargain counter," Helena, Mont. Corresoondence sollolted. BARBER SHOP. RAZORS HONED AND SHEARS ground at the O. K. barber shop, 16 West Front street. Jnhn O. Moe, proprietor, i TO TRADE-CITY REAL ESTATE. F FOt'tR.IlT, iM MOlDI:R HOUSI.:, F che:p, by owner. 1024 South Third west. F I HAVE A GOOD 5-ROOM MODERN - house clone in on south side with 1 45x130 feet of ground that I would like to trade for an orchard home. Address P. O. Box 982, City. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOR A.l,-.\ FEW EXCI('F:NT business lots at Alberton, Mont., or will exchange for ranch property. ! J. J.1 Mc'arthy, P. 0(. Box 704, Mis souln, Mont. t 21I'ST iEt SOLD)I, AT ON('I-LO-IT 40 by 130 feet, with two-room house, watelr, 10 younlg frllit trees, chiclken and woodshed. all fenced:; 700. Party ltraving Mlissolula. Apply 1509 South Fifth west. RANCH FOR SALE. IMPROVED RANCIl 1,360 A('RES, - good water right, Will sell with or I withoet personal property. First class grain and stock proposition. Requires $20,000 in cash. balance on - tine. Frank Bell, owner, Pony, Mont. TO EXCHANGE. T)o E TNX(CHANNC E- 10n ACREN IN north Oklthmna, partially improveid, all tillable broom corn land. value $1,500, for western Montana farm. Address Owner, 714, 8. First west. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. TWO IIEAVY WAG(ONS AT A BIAR gain. Apply 638 \Woodford. "I'URNITUrtE, RUOS. DISHES. BIL. verware, linen. Peppard flats, din ,ittg room. SAWI'DWUT "I.lt,:. STOVlc$N $' ANI) $7.50. O. Lincoln Waite. Ind. 2354. Hell 278 Black. SEEI T. Gf. }HATHEWAY IF YOU ARE in the market for cash registers, safes or typewriters. ('ity hattll. SPRING S:ITS TO ()R1)ER. INTER national Tailoring ('o., O. Lincoln - Walte, Ind 2354; Bell 278 Black. PIANO: BARGAIN: GOOD, SECOND hand Howard; $175: on terms. foyt 0 Dickinson Piano Co., 125 E. Main. DRY' BLABS, $2.75 LOAD. MIfR soula woodyard, 125 W. Pine. Bell 458 Black: Ind. 1027. Coal. 75e sack. NO. 4, SMITHl PREMIER TYPE writer: good condition; only $20. Apply Western Union Telegraph Co. THREE BARRED PLYMOUTH Rock cockerels, and a few pullets. Call mornings. 355 South Fifth it east. FOR RALE - COMPLETE RODA fountain: new; tables, chairs and stocks: one cash register and coffee urn. A. D. Price, next Florence hotel. FURNITURE, NEW AND SECOND - hand: also pay the highest price for second-hand household goods. Hans Jensen, 125 W. Main St. Phone 819 Black. FOR SALE-MODEL 7 REMINGTON - typewriter; has tabulator attach A ment: first-class shape. Will sell at t. nearly half cost. V. S., care Mis 7 soullan. IFIVE nROOMS 01'" QUARTER sawed oak furniture, cheap It sold all together$ everything that Is needed in a 5-room house. 722 West Pine. CHICKEN COOPS-NEW PIANO boxes, made of matched lumber: fine for the Philo system; $4, delivered. Hoyt-Dickinson Piano Co., 125 East Main street. FOR SALE-A FEW EXCELLENT business Iots at Alberton, Mont., or will exchange for ranch property. J. J. McCarthy, P. O. Box 704, Mis soula, Mont. FURNITURI OP' 4 ROOMS. MIR sion style and used but five months. As It standlls in modern *-roont holse renting for $15. A bargain if you take it all. Daly car. 1603 South Iourth west. 60,000 FEET OF NEW LUMlER, ALT, sizes, at less than yard prices; 250, 000 square feet of tar paper, cheap as dirt. Now is the time to lay in a sllnply of tar Ipaper for your hen house. H. A. West. contractor and builder, corner Routh Fifth street and Higgins Ave. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. O. K. EIMI'LA)YMENT AGENCY, 327 Higgins avenue. Phone 694. Night or day. WESTERN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 124 Higgins avenue. Bell phone 140 Red: Ind, 1608. GENERAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY -Amerlcan and foreign laborers. Phone Bell 678. 143 West Front street. LOST AND FOUND. F'OUNDT-AY MARE, WHITE PPOT on forehead. W. D. Smith, Bonner, Mont. FOUND - AUTOMOBIhllE TIRE. L Owner may recover same by prov Ing property and payling for this no tice. Call at Missoulian office. STRAYEDI)--IA IT FA.,IT,, LARGEI red cow, branded on hip and aide; large horns: reward for informa tion. Addres Box 163, R. F. D. 1, Missoula. ESTRAY-TWO MARFES: ONE IRON gray, the other a bay color. Gray has on halter; bay a tie strap. Got loose west of city February 12. Re ward for recovery. 1700 Howell street. POULTRY AND EGGS. ~ CHOICE S. C. BROWN LEGHORN, 2-year-old cock; one cockerel: eggs for hatching. Bell phone 947 Black. 710 South Fifth street west. ASSAYS. I FOR RELIABLE ASSAYS OR CHEM I ical analysis, see R. M. Cobban i. Realty company, 212 N. Higgins Ave., Mlsoula, Mont. FOR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSES. 1'RNISIHE1) 1tOtlF:. 711 W. PINE. I FlOR RENT-- T'I'll IE- I) )M v'lR nislted house lntuirure 4219 F. Pine. F'OR RENT-Fl'IV I-ROJMA MODRN `S furnished houe. C. A. Sheldon, 526 Sherwood streeti FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. 215 SOUTH TIIlII). 236 EAAST SPltt' E. N\l('l:Y FRNISI:1) 07 t111.AINIE. FPURNISHED RIOSl AT 237 EAST $AII<IE FRONT ItOIM. 321 EAST 1 fIront. 2 NICE('FLY I1UltNIIIiEI) ROOMS. 407 E. Pine St. TIlItEI Pt?7,NISI 'It)D R(IOMtS. 420 14+.uth Fourth west. FURNISIIED ROOM FOR RENT: $e per month. 215 South Fifth street west. FOR RENT-I'INlS1IIED ROOM, 422 Rollins avenue. Phone, Bell 623 Black. I TtElMONT IlOT.L: PRICES RE duced to cheapest rooms in town. Steam heat. WITH lHOT .AND ('1,1D WATERIt. for $12. 302 West Cedlr street. Milsoula, Montanna. THE VICTORIA --IErtANTIY itl'R nished outshlde roollll:; hot ndl coldel wIter; steam heat. 424 North ItIg gins. DO YOU WANT A COMFORTABLE and wellhfurnlshed room, steam heat. ed. hot and cold water, at reasonable rate? By week or month. Inquire at Schlossberg's store. TRANSFER. CHARLES IIA('KMAN-TRANSPER. Office with William Dyson. Phone 392 Red. Piano moving a specialty.. HIDES AND JUNK. HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR hides and junk by the Western Hide & Junk Co., 521 W. Cedar street. Bell 1068 Red: Ind. 1740. IRRIGATED HOMESTEADS. I KNOW OF A FEW GOOD IRRt gated units on the reservation I can locate you on. Address W. K. Ter rill, box 102. Ronan. Mont. STORAGE. GENERAL STORA(IE, HOUSBEIIOLD goods, mercrhndlse, fruit and veg etables; everything on earth. J. W. Rerley, 734 W. Cedar. EDUCATIONAL. INTERNATIONAL (CORREIPON D ence Schools--Basenment B. & A. building. C. A. Blsbee, local man ager. FOR RENT-OFFICE ROOMS. POR RENT-TWO FRONT ROOMS for offices. F. O. E. building. In quire J. A. Baker. t - TITHE OFFICE ROOMS RECENTLY vacated by city engineer's office in First National Bank building for rent. Inuilrl at hank. FOR SALE-CORDWOOD. GOOD. DRY COTTONWOOD CORD wood, $4.60 cord. R. M. Cobban R Realty Co oell Phinne 1 NURSE. EXPERIEN('ID NURSH. Mtlt? ANNA HIoskins: catses( taken homc; best of care, 505 South First street west. WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS. WANTrFi-S.R 'ONI)-HANI)D 1OI, top desk and rug 9x13. F., Mis noutllan. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, U. 8. TLand Office at Missoula, Montana, Janu uary 26, 1911. Notice is hereby given that Richard W. Seldeman, of Saltese, Missoula county, Mont., who, on September 22, 1902, made homestead entry No. 2512, serial No. 0803, for lot 1, section 14, township 19 north, range 31 west, Montana meridiap, has filed notice of his Intention to make final five-year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before the register and receiver of the U. S. land office, at Missoula, Montana, on the 2d day of March, 1911. Claimant names as rwitnesses: Roy" McMullen, of Missoula, Mont.; Edward .J. 111, of Missoula, Mont.; 'Wlllam Lea, of Saltese, Mont.; Wal ter Murray, nf Saltese, Mont. JOSIAII SHULL, Register. R~aled bles will be recelved by the city clrrk at the city hall, Missoula, Montana, tp to 5 o'clock p. mn. Monday, IFebruary 27, 1911, for the flurnishing Sad delivering 305 Norway maple shade trees, according to specifications on file in the o,fflee of the city engineer. A certified check of fifty ($50) dollars will be ret.uired with each bid. The city councll reserves the right to re joect any or all bids. RAMUI'I'I BELLE.V, City ('lcrk. DR, HITCHCOOK DIES, Amherst, Maas., Feb. 15.--Dr. Ed] ward H. Hittchcock, professor of hygiene and physical education in Amtherst col J lege since )861, died here today, aged 83 years. Dr. Hitchcock was the firs) t physlclan In the United States to bc placed in charge of a college gymna. I slum and supervise the physical train. Ing of students. i A BARGAIN 10 fine lots, 110O cash, balance e nine yearly payments. Orr-McMKleael Really Co. Phones: Be11, 1008; Ipd., 604 n Office 402-404 Montana Building Professional Directory DR. E. H. PREEZE. Physician and Surgeon Npelral attention to dliselases of t Suite 47 Higgins Block. Third Floor. Office Telephone 517. Residence Telephone 512. SOCIETY DIRECTORY. W(O1),,lEN O. TIIE WORIlll, C'AMI' NO. 73--Mirets .very prollt and foulrth Thullrsi.day of each month. Odd ellhows' haill alnnlx. S ,1. F. AllitIY, ('. f'. R. I. %1LltIIR. C('lrk. KNitIlT1S OI F PY'TH'lIA1. TAUREl.:I, t,(IXIT: NO. I I-Meets every WVednels.i :dlliv evening ant EgIles' iha1ll it 8 o'clock.ic (tEORiRE 11RI(W100, '. ('C. II. T. EASITRIn.E , K. of R. & S. KNIGrTIITS4 . itI t'MlI:'t. MiS. ROI'.,A (C'Ol'Nt't, NO 1121 -Meets In I Odd 'lttlon.' ha:ll first and third Thursday evening if lalh Imonith A. P. QI'INN. (raind Knight. JAS. M. IAVIN. Fin. Soc. F'it A T E RN A Ir. fltOTHllFRtItol). MInROI'lA LO.M:E NOi. 279-Meets every first ndil third 'itWednesd'y ofi raich iontih it I. O. ) V. haltl titinex. IVET.E:TT 4'. WVIS.II.Y, Pres. MRIS. M. PAL.;IltoiVE. Treas. W I:CTERN S'N C'IAPTEIit NO. 11, 1.. A. M. -lo.ets first and third I'rl. (1ays of tutuh in4lith In .Mslltonic. teimplle. A. '. MIN.ER. II. 'P. . IT. M S I'A . Heretary. MIS$t'LTA 1.01 t- N'o. 7. SCAN DI.NAVIAN , RBItThiCIttHOO 01. AMI.RIClA ---`M%.eets every. tNttllnd1 nti fourth Tiuesday evening at (Odid ilI lows' annex. NII1 I1AKKi:. Prresidlilt. A. K. ANDERS ENI. Rl.. S14c. - . J. JOHNII. N. Fin. Sec. MIRllo,'IlA AERIE No. 32, I'. 0, r. --Meeits first and third Tuesdlavs of ineh month at 7:30 p. In. at EIagles' hall. West Main. t. . L. IIAERS. W. Prsihllnt. JAMES A. IRAKER. recretary. MISSOOl'IA 1 IlE)K NEO. 13. A. F. & A. M. -Meets first aInii third Tuesldays. regular mleeltings. t A. 4' MINER. W. M. , A. J. IItRITI.NST.FIN, . eTI t. SRcIILLER ,LODGE NO. 4. .SONS OPF NERMANN-Moets In Elglten' haill first and third Sundays of teach l ntnt at 8 iclol(ck n, In. IED ROHKRAMER., President. P. W. KITPIHAI. Secretary. MITSROItitA CAMP N(O. r329. M. W. A.--Regular inme'tings first andl third Thlrsdays at i p. mI.: folrest4ers' drill - sacond and fourth Thursdays, R 1I. In. ) Masonic hall. A. RRTOANCON. C"'nsutl. HENRY BIAKELY, C'lerk. 127 Higgins Ave. IUNITE.I ARTISANS--Mteets ever'v first and third Tiesda.y at Odd Frt low- ' hall annex at R n. In. t- i . R. AVERY. M. A. S. L. l)UNHAM. Secretary. T. '. n. H..HELL. c1AT1't T,OIMIE NO. ,3'3--Meets every Tuesday evening in Masnonic tenmnp. .TAR. M. ITr4AIAT-T. R . R. DAN J. HEIYPRON, Secretarv. MOff)FRN BTIITPFRH.4OOD) O( AMERICA. UNIVERSITY CITY tOD(TE: NO. 1391--Meets in Oadd FI'l inwes' Alt seonlld andl fourth TniPsda v lirhts hi peiil month at ro'clc*k Ilolms 1 1-13, Monltlna building. JAMES L. WALLA('E, Secretary. ROYAlT H1l0IT.ALANDEFI - Meets first and third Thursday. Ten years in ,MiAoulna: paid deiath ciimels, $14 500. Have In rewerve $1.148.909.i6. or ahout $42 per canlta: nmoney Is what counts, and th,,ea have it. MRS. TIDs P'. WOO'r)SON. T. P. F. P. KE1RN. 120 Madison St. Olnvwt '. 1* PA'IrND', P ('tMP NO. 4. I'NI''TEI) SP'ANRHI W4R VET ERANE--Meets first and third Sun davys at 2:30 p. in. Inl Odd Fellows' an nex. ('liAf . IA ETTFR, C,,llmmandler. J. T. It. ('AMERON, Adjutault. Guardian's Notice of Sale of Real Estate. In the D)lstrl't Curt of the V"urth Judlhial I)strlet rof th State of Monititn, in and for the Co(unty of B Misoula. In the matter of the ei.tate and guardianship of Holhnes Malaty., Helen E. M arr. Maci. Carrie V.Maclay and Emily It. Maclay. minnirs. Notice I lihereby given that in lur nuance of aln order of the said district court made on the 21st day of Jainuary. A. 1). 1911, Inl the matter of the estate of sald Iinis Maclay, Htlen H. Maclay, ('arri. V. Mailay alld Emily R. Maclay, Iinlors, the undersigned. the guardianl of the persons and estate of said iinors, will sell at private salo o the highest bidder for cash, and subject to c(onfirmliation by said district court, on Ir after Monday, thep 27th day of February, A. D. 1911, at the law offices of Marshall, Stiff & Roberts, in the First National Bank block, in the city of Missoula, county of Misudula, state of Montana, all the right. title. Interest and estate of sail, minors, Holmes Maclay. Helen I, Maclay, Carrie V. Maclay, and Emilly It. Maclay, in and to t the following di- scribed real estatt, the samlle bieinli situated In the county of Misnoula, state of MontanA, lounded and de-i scribed as foll...'s, to-a it: An undilvided uone-ihalf inlterest In the West Half (WV'i of the Smithweist Quarter (RW.)/4 , and thie South l.Half S(5.,) of tihe Nor'thIesut Quarter (NW 'r) of Section Vi'fteenl' (15) Towi ship Eleve. n (11) North, It nge Twenty (20) west, containing ()On Hundred Sixty (160) acres of land. Terms and conditions oif sale will Te cashi on day of sale. Bids or offers for the above mentioned promises must lie made In writing and may he left at the o law offices of Marshall, Stiff & Roberts, First National Iank block, city of Missoula, county of Missoula, state of Montana, on or before 6 o'clock p. m., February 25th, A. D. 1911. DAVID 11. MACLAY. Guardian of Holmes Maclay, Helen E. Maclay, Carrie V. Maclay and Emily R. Maclay, minors. Marshall, Stiff & Roberts, Attorneys. Dated February 9, 1911. 2-9-16-23. A cut lemon, dipped in salt, will re move Iron rust from marble, which ahould be wuhed thorotlhly after It is used. TAFT'S APPOINTMENTS. - 1.t'shir Ktron. I'eb. 1'.--- lrigaedier (lEn t'al Ayvtrhilre, qunrt-rtusnt'r g.ener'at ,f the earmy. %1t. today re-.tip sitedt tin thrt po,.itlon ,y the ptroehident. Thel pronnlotin l o Jlohn WV. Wnrodrlrnff nseittint navat l tonr trltuct r, to. he t irnval ertontrurctor, ware rcenitltltted by IPrtl dent Taft. The preshIlentt npphlnteid i T. .tinektotl, posttlnater at Tnetmantt, .VeWsh. MAINE MEMORIAL SERVICES. litavntn. l ell 1, l --The final nmlnorrhil servie. r to le hited ver the, wrec'k of the Stnlne we' re, ndtiei hr tIhe lia Vnnn e.nln;,i my, I'nfltedl Sptt l-h ',tr v'tealttnla thlid , the thirteenth anatil ver'sary of the destrtet.itn of the tat tl.rthip. It wae the first time that C('uba hard shared ,,ffielntly i the cere m..t. Vice Presitnd.t Zy ,eas tndoi the prnelnti l addreissi. NEWSPAPER MEN EXCLUDED. srttfslingrton, fell. 1. -The hitrte to dav ndlnte, n rteoI,)itlon excllcllunr 'arellter J. lrnheit, i newrpnper crmantt fronlt ll prlivileges. of the Ihouse fr It lnye. rfor his recent alter.attltm with t.epresentattlte Macomn of Aikntrnutrc. Tihe Jurictryv rominttee of the hott.' Ihel thati Mi'. 1'rthe'y had it 'intetd ti. rtlere fc the Ith.Ituse. POTASH TRADE ADJUSTMENT. iberlh. Fe-li. 1:.-- It ise iered Ithat A hll r(;lI.1~;tlor il,.rller ln rff i , U .nd ctllil etiregtiations with teit,, ..nte idepnrtnotettr Il tt Withitton lookinr to rithe t lJrst trenlnt of the pot.sh Itrne displllte nr Ith lle lniR of the ntirto re.'ntlyv Irese.lte, to .oerretlary KEnox iy tilie tiermrran goveIItr'lent. UNANIMOUSLY INDORSED. L.lcoln. eh F. 15--The statte enatellt td llt nlnlnlmtlty illdoraed th lndinl recitproci lty. The11 Inhoe took ,s.Itniltr nut iorn several days ago. BAILEY INDORSED. Austin. Tex.. Fe.. 15---The house tndclav Itoriett tIhe osition of Reinator ittin ry nrI r thie Ccl nadiltin rel proelty - netre trdent. If You Wish to Invest In Real Estate TELEPHONE 979. c I ihten liited ai 4-rootn cottage, I tr itl, lawn t ct'etelt walks, Ox0tio-" foot lirt, chicken hesIe', n0 thor oeughhrid chickensc and all hoiser hold goods forr $3.141): $1,000 down, lietlance tro srit ipurchaser. I thave cholee lots In I tnepvatle dhlitinl $10 down, $10 per molth; ino itnterest.. F. L. MILLER, i308 Montane Idg. l Phone 979 Forty Acres Y Inproned land for sale, five miies front Itulerlton; b'est fruit land in '.talley. iiargatli if taken at once.C Address o'wner. Roy Pierson It. I. D. No. 2, Ilamillton, Montana. TO TRADE FOR CITY PROPERTY 1) atires In a ntr h rd Iri ntlard l t; lliem from tlown; nii, v 4 ra1i tit tug,, ;table and shed.]; hr.t, n'w, hogs, ' t,. 'ri',, $4,500. BUCHANAN & PEDERSEN, MontaII tu Bdg. Iloth 'hlns LADIES We make a specialty of chif fon and fancy silk party dresses, furs, feathers and plumes. The oldest reliable cleaner in Missoula. Bell Phone 943-1 HOOVER the Cleaner Sussex and Queen. Wood for Sale 1,000 Cords I have more than 1,000 cords of first-class, dry wood, which I will supply in any desired quantity at $3.00 A CORD F. O. B. Cars EIvaro Address HENRY MATT Evaro, Montana Bitter Root Ranch To Exchange for City Property. 120 ncr,.., all tillable. best of watetr right, 1.000 fruit trees, 100 ners,. hay--timtnnhy and clover gnod l-room h.uslle, large barn, ma chin . hed,. .'hhicken house, milk house and nill machinery. Party will take part payment in Missoula p.rolrty. PI'rit" $150 per nere. NIe ut* l.et thin if you want somlething that l s extra gst-d. floverson & Stephens 104 East Mnrin Street. Basement. B1ell Phone 203 FOR SALE Lots without down pay ment, in good location, If you want to start a home, we can and will help you. Headqnarters for bargains In all kinds of real estate. List your property with aus Money to loan. Van Valen 6 Eickmann REAL ESTATE LOANS FIRE INSURANCE Over Western Montanan Nat'l Bank Bell Phone 523. Ind. Phone 426 S-'----~ I Have Some Excellent Securities To Offer for Small Loans W. R. GLASSCOClI 112 Higgins Avenue. First National Bank Building. NEW HOUSE Modern, 7 large rooms, wired for electrtcity and piped for gas. All ccrnent sidewalks are In; fine lawn and shade; concrete cellar with concrete shelves and floor; good woodshed. This place Is located on nice level lot, 50x130, and only five blocks from south end of new Hig gins avenue bridge. Street car one block. Price. $3,150. Weo can offer terms on this prop erty. TAYLOP.R PEARSON Real Estate and Insurance Office over Beeson & Armstrong's Phone 1724, Mlssoula, Mont. i ----- --·----- · - . _______ RANCHES CITY PROPERTY AND INSURANCE CARROLL & NAPTON maseonio Temple, Isll 7311 lnd. Money to Loan FIRE INSURANCE H. D. FISHER 113 E. Main St. Bell, 84 red; Ind.. 161 BUY 5-ACRE TRACTS OF OWNER Real Estate and Loans FAYETTE HARRINGTON. Chamber of Commerce, Phone ?7. Residence Phone 485 Red. SEVERAL HOUSES at rock-bottom prices, from $900 to $3.3500. Call and get terms; modern houses for rent. A. K. ANDERSEN Real Estate, Loans, Fire Insurance 112 East Cedar btreet $25 00 PER ACRE itu.' 160 ares this Side o' lIamilton, 'oast of the river; sorme improvolments; resideltco proper),ty cna.iderned in trade. Edward Everson Bell PIholne 637; Inid. Phoeo 726. 201 cEast Cedar. FOR SALE Good established business; small capl. tal required. Gassert & Heyn 128 W. Cedar St. On all klnds of MurIWui, Supply & Jewlery cosopa.l I33 blac 0k; 1 H9 I gIg e +vsi .