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>P, tUitN3O Co. ttla Montana. A * Y.*.W It ".t,. at the ostofloe at Missoula, l tontao na seeand-claws mall matter. $Ut$ iC1PTION RATES. (ti Advanoe.) laliy., one month .............................70.75 la y, thire months ...................... 2.2. alt ix months ............................. 4.00 Dally, one year .................................. 8.00 Pot~leg added for foreign countries. E1L&PHONE NUMBER. 110 Indpendent......510 MISSOULA OFFICE 129 and 131 West Main Rtreet. Hamilton Qffiee 221 Main St., Hlam Ilton, Mont. SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS. The Misaoullan Is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore, sub, scrlbers are requested to report faulty delivery at once. In ordering ipawr changed to new address, please give old address also. Money orders arid checks should be made payabhl to The Missoullan Publlshing Company. WVEDNESDAY. l"EBtl'AItY 22. 1911. HIS COUNTRY'S FATHER. Today is the birthday of (Leorge 'Washlngton, the first huder of this country. Today we honor the memory of a man who loved his ipcOle and who was beloved In turn. In this age .of the muckrake, when the namlres of our ideal men are arraigned for occa alonal trial, when it sometimes seems as if there were no really tgret men, when polittls is allowed t,, mean Wsanl der and Ilbel, and condelmnation Is rein Scomitant to public offinc--Just now, it Is a pleasure to look back on the Vir ginla gentleman who forsook his plan tation to lead a horde of hungry rehols to victory over the most powerful nation In the world, who gave upE the sword to become the ruler of his coun try In time of peace, and whose name has come down to us untarnished, untouched by the petty spirit of mu:lce and discontent NOT RIGHT YET. The Anaconda Standard, discussing the reapportionment law, ryverts to the question which it raised some time ago relative to the number of state senators In Montana and the mlanner of their retction. The Standard and the Butte Miner have been insisting that reapportionment will not be fair until the state senators are chosen from districts Instead of being selected to represent counties, as they are un der the state constitution. This ques tion was not raised until discusslon of reapportionment was well advanced; it was ralased, it saould be noted, In counties where the reapportionment of representatives destroyed a top-heavy power in the lower house of the legis lature. The Standard, correcting tile t1il ings Gazette, has a statement, under the caption, "Not Rtight Yet." that says of the election of state senators: "Tith rule everywhere in the United States, except in Montana, is that members of the state senate shall be elected ac cording to population. The Standard has brought that fact to the notice of the Montana public a good Innny times in recent weeks." The Standard admits that its cfforts have been without Ire* salt, but expresses hope that, some.l day, th.I peoplle of tile state will *'nee to it that the right thing is done with respect to replresentation ii hIoth houses of tihe legislature." The facts in tile caen are not as the Standard states them. lhides Mon tana, there are the states of Souith Carolina. fthode Island and New Jer sey w.hichl elect a state senator from -nteh county and on a coulnty hais of apportionment. Vermont and W\ynnn ing provide, in their constitutions, f.or the election of at least one senator from each county, with the remaining senators distrihutied according to pop ulation. To tiis extent, the presewnta tion of the case by the Standlard. "is wrong. As to tile merits of tile argument that senators should be elected accord ing to population, there are differing views. Not all of the argument is on the Standard's side. Th.. Montana con stitutional convention considered tilhe matter most carefully before deciding on the plan that now notains. (n\'. sernor Toole himself introduced the provision that each county shall have a senator and no iore'. Ito always took pride in what ihe considered a wise provision of the Montana consti tMlon and has always contended that the provision regarding equal repre antAtton -i the estate senate has ,been the Jlvation of the state. G.iving each county one senator guarantees justlec to t plarseily.settled sections which are certain to Increase in population in the ýfutUise, IJr Wiontana to revise the pres. oriatl rp.rtentation would be iu t rgxtent to the poputout stata to revise the fedora ilttots and apportion senatoris tt eein accordin to population ipr.4Gaw, 0*W* : orwepro sentation 'would be one senator for a million people. On this basin, the coln blhed population of Montana, Idaho, Utah, Nevada and Wy'omingl would be entitled to only one federal senator at Washington, Instead of ten. LORIMER. In Washington, today, the upper house of the nationnl congress will necept or reject I.orlmer, following whiose election hy the ll11nois Irlsla.t ture there have hoirn sn many n. Pileaant llsIclosilre,s S.ina tor tever. idge, who has led the fight against Mr. L.orimer, stid yesterday, in hlia final speech gllainst the "blonde boss": "It in the integrity of the election, and not the memh, r, that must dhetermine our votes, iad we ntuMt deciide the iqltetln li its mernits." .Mr. 11everlidgo is right: techniltlly, the decision of the i.enalte todlay .usit ll made in coild Iblod. 11e contended yesterday that a sutffli'ient number of Inmernsrii of thei Illinois lgislatulre hid iben taint. ed to render M r. l.orimter' smlc vesx tihe result of t.rruptionlt. No mutter whtllher ith electionlr was otr wac not thel result of hrihbery iind n 'rurti i ln, tlhe collnttry hIe lievte thit there was ptltenty of crooked work tlt Slpringflild. Whetther or Inot .lr. Lorlimer kntew tha1it Imoneyr was beinlg slpent to tclet(t hlin hias lttle to io wits the t ase. The eyes of ,if the countlry will hie on the senate to lday. Thie 1,orlt'lr case ' N one Iof the be.it alrgilnent s fr II di itir l I-i ritmtn y laui y)et aldVantced. 8UCCESS8. Success is a peculiar thing and its metes and -bounlds are as varied aits there are Indlvidual conceptions. The financelr beltevet hlimself rsucesPesful when hils balance at the hank is pllthoric Ithe sciet.ltlst foIls the glo w of it when hlle fints ita ew insct or uclisii fles a itplant not in tihe books. ScLI(oceI Is, plrolbabhly, morl' It state of mind than anything else. F'or it similar rea·on, Wltlter Browne must bIe co nnsideredi a success, for he knew before he died that him Inlt-written play had met the alpprovual of the publie. SMr. Birowne was the aulthor of the latest imorality play, ia forllsit tile dlramn tihat does nit plll toi tllhe nverage thealltrical aIItltItgt.r. For wiePks tihe pllly wat hawked fronm office to office by the disiloragihd iitthoir: finally, he found i illan .\t lllr.g to Ilprtduce it. Then Mr. BIrowne fll 1ll, andl, as the curtain rose lon the( first produlttlion of hila plty, ,before 1ni audiencie that wans Joy fully enthullcnlarle abomit it, death pre lpared to, dropl Its Ilatck ctlrtain on the life of the iiplaywrnight. Yet, in mlrcvy, the end was put off long ePiOnugh to let the dyintg man know that, at last, he hadil written ii niilci'ess, that he would hie judgedl ity mlien 0an ia NRIi'Pixsftli m1a1n. What was death to that? hIam'let with lHamlet left out: or, IHow tilhe lmlilton I'h ubnher of (Com merce Met Without Manager (Odea. Musilnil Mil llnilll has a treat III prils poet foer this evening, inl the nnc.'rt by the Philharmoniic Incleoty. Arrest, Indictnlt ent and slntence withil twelntiy-'foultr hotlrl-thllnt' a re'c ord for Justice. Still the grand Jury keeps grinding: tnso, the grand Jury keeps grinding still. i.\verywhere bhutt In Missonula the weatlher is disagreeable now. PIrlimary-latw legislationi is IA longl rstep toward better ipotlies. sheriff Keill. made a ten-strirke iI thil first galnhling rnhl. I'ii to dote, ,llis Arnltii has lnot bit,eln folilllt l in MIAulitollI. It In likely tIa[t I.titr11"i'iR s\\'IwI sing will be IIItIg today. Tller lrep nothers who like t It llttdly l)nncv with the Sllpalllsh \\'alr ,'t ImI,'.ni iter. .r I go y'rull Illi r 1|a1 te fill' uI ar1'l spring. ]unmiltoIt is itlill tinterlilstt iin lDt. C',,,k. THREE PLEAD GUILTY AND GO TO THE PEN h'vtte, I.'b. 21.-(RpeealJ.)-Rather thai take chances on long sentences, in (ral of conviction, three more ac cused men pleaded guilty today and took short terms In the penItentiary. 'i'int HMulIvan and John Murphy plead (e1 &ullty to holding up a saloon. All thty got was $2. Their defense was that the bartender put up a job 1with them and even loaned them the sun, in order to scare away the humn., Jtdee Donlan was loath to uccept the ;leas of guilty, advising the boys to take chances, but they said the bar tender had disappeared and they had no way to prove their innonoence. They got one year each. WillIam Haul bookkeeper for the Butte Carriage works, pleaded guilty to embeazling the, funds of the concern and took two years at Door Lode,. Politics in Canada VIll.--Problems of Industry. By Prederlo J. Haskin. l'olittes In Canada, an In every other nation of the elvillzed world, Is affect ed by the many new problems that have arisen from the modern develop ment of industry, and which were aon utterly unlknown to the framers of the Carnndiirn constitution of 18417 ns to tile fathers of the ,Amerlan constitution if 1757. ('unnallnn methods of dealing with these pollitio-lndustriall probrlemls are of greater Interest to Americans than thlose f any Il':rolpean colintlly, ie niiuse Industrial coniditions In ('iinnada mlore ntrlvy ai)pproxianJlllt thosel of the The prblems rising in otnnieion I.0IrI rilwny develotpleniit aindl controtl, -a' nknl ll g and cullrrncy. rof Itlor or gnnian(iill iinand strikes, of ilindtriial conibinaltions and trunts, of the trll'iff; all are reci flving theili lsPeciiall p l tllnilloi of Ct'nndlian slatelmnlln, whostie solp. porters flatter themsilve's that ('lln llnd is making greater progress toward their lltlimnate , srltion Ithlian the i'niltedl itsl tes. It 14 to he douibihled If C(llnlda Is really as far aheaid of Its soutihern niglhor In nomle of thil1(se miatters ila the 'ullnalldilnl napionr oi beltive. T'he ralnsoin is that t'nidlli IN in prath'uilily the 1uflii lioisition withl rtliect Ito in tisttrir.l r l devedopmennnt nt. 'las the I'i1teld States hwlcen 1870 anid 18110. Rialiroads iire hling ouilt byv govirin ment ill In Canadal now as they weref thenu In Amlinia: flrm ihnils arit. lnig Rlvi n away to attract settlers; capital I ncli('uriligltl to promote industlllry niil indllustry lhas few other dliltties than the colleiction of iipiitlli. Now that the U'nllted itnltot hasn progreiMssed to il degree that sucoh Indiltrial alnd l co nomlc extravIlagne(s are no lnngier posal) le, a change has coma over the temper of American polltics. t'inlada has lihad the uadvantagel o seeing our struggles and Its leading a.atcnimen urer efntldeavorilng to avoid somnne of the rough roads we have traveled. One of the cardinal principlese of ('a. nadlln industrial creeds is that the rallliways of the country must run eust and West from cnast to noast in ordter that -ltil oniinessn may be kept strictly (nnadlnan in character: railronlds run. niing norlh and south are dlliscouraged on the ground that tihey would degen, ofrnte into Iroe feeders for the great American systems. The governmnent Ilvslthly endowed the C(anudiian Pacific n.d Inter htas engaged in furnishing competition and additional facilities ioy (o tuiilly constructing transcontinental and northern railwnys which It will pI'y for and own, but whlclh it will not attempt to operate. Tile Canadian Paciflc Is the higgest thing In Canada. It is a tory In poll til. and It was horn amlnd a scnndul. And yet it is ('anllada's greatest lone factor and asset. It has the right, according to law, to regulato its owtn rates until such time as it may maiiike a net profit of 10 per cent on its cap ital. That time hlan not yet conn,', an' cording to the expert hiookkeepers, liut the railway voluntarily suibmltted to government control of freight rates several years agno. The Iberal gotv. crnnment which has Ioeen in power so long is not an nllulservlent to the (', IP. in1 were tile tory governments that il,'tdeilcd It, but it would lie widle of the mark to say, that Hlr Wilfridl lluli'er and hils ussociate have been othlier. wise thlin kind to this great finlancill anlld Industrial poIwer. Nevertheless, in lspite of the preponderanting infli (nc'e of the C. I'., the Canadian gR'a. ie:m;·nnt lnns taken ue sitand at least as flr ndvanced as thant of the Unilted Ptiftes with resperct to railway eontrol. With respect to frlancial legislation,. nearly over'y student will agree that ('anndia hal a far better system than that oif the lnillted Fiiitle. lThe power to control the lbanks is federal In the dominion and the conmplicanton of the dual system of federal and state hanks as It exists in the Union Is imlposslble. There are 33 Incorporated banks in C('annda. having a total of 2,0211 branclhes. These balnks and their nmi mllrnilo bhranches serve\. all the banking ldield of the seven million Canadians except' that of savings, which Is clard for by the postnfflce. Th'Irese banks are undir extrenelly stringent regin Ilitiins which require goverlnmental snltlrvlsion to an eXtetnt that i. plrai. Ilently cntrolling. Th hanks ail is. suii curroney for circulation, anit all of tiIiini lho1ld a portion of their cashI tl'rlsrve in governmlent notes. 'rThe postal savings bank system in 'iillln \\was elstnblished In 1808 and hIli t'og highly ullcelfulll. Thesl ilnike I.ow have balances of mnore than nixly Inilliion dollars. They ntos have an annullity I'1atlur-, tnder whlcll any prtul In who paysn In a smalll Stil weekkl or i nonthly, say 10 to 50 ren0s 'ill bie grlntltd an inntllltl y of sevrnll; dollars a nmonth, according to a fixed tlilln ;g "tle, after ha riachnes the agil of a;.. Ii luch matters the Canllldinl, hav ge no nucli, f'irtlr than thel Allcl'hsllt , i either in fItderal or selat ii g1hlailomn. Porhalis the most interstllng of thi C.lllnditsi lgislatlvo expierLinente art: tllse ,whhiuh seek to nohvlate labor trou Ille 111t to prevent monopollis. TI'he mniltister of ilhoer in the Laurlor guv. clnnllnt it \\;!lVlnlil, n Ti .l Mineken'l Kila, ia ailitl-,n of that Mackenire , ,ha i'l II "i 'i llion agallnst Eilnglllnd Ill 'tlylpiwr c(.lolnnd h.,out thle time |iilr tin VIt'n hurnn succelJ ede Andreui Jackson In the Whlt It liouse, Mr (llltg In a profllnd stludent of Scilolil gy, to whiclh hei hnl devoctl ills entlrt attention, and although a young mIll representini i1 nelw rschnol of polltlical thollght, lie altrhnily hle clarved a i nlame for hilmsllf onil tlhe iI)rrisIhalll( records of his country. Ills first anct tS nihinlster wIls to de. vis.e a R1ch1me- of lrlbltl'iltton for lil priv-ntion of strikeol -nd loclkinuts, hil whiht reprseolilntlativ of both I-mo plaoyelrs and lmplnlloyes In orlUlal nlulm. tiers are on tlihe a1hrll holird undol tie cilllrmanshlip of Ia rep)rs.'entlat\( of the governmlnt. It h1 aalilnslt thi law to order a strike or a lockout untl nafter this arbitral hooard has rendereod Ita decision. However, the judgnlenl of the bo [' is not blndlng, and II oltherl side ohJljcts the strike or thi lockout may then he ordered, It practice the arbitration has naearl i'alwrat resultedI in a pecefrut settle-, Even more original ani progressive Is the (nntlrdia(n auntil-trustl law, an 'ither produclt of Mr., King's genilus. SI'ndrPP the lnw the onli of initiating a; lroslecllaol againslllllt i aillleged ITIo Inopolly Is remove1d from the govern mint ralld rett entirely with the peo ,pl . In thie United Htat,. the depl.rt Smeilit of Justllce lntldertnkllek all proNe itltions agailnlt the trusts. and thiNf cimeltnmoe brlngs the governmnt intolt direct i polltei'al antagolnitsm with at i'lirtnin grit irnterent. T dller thie C.a i I tlllian syisten t! action r n yl t i IIttken by ( nylll ix pIrltIna who thlik there In It I ."st tr io mhination tha nimIitiati io i sull stitnll ll monol polly, or th rt I op-, I prl''.'lo ing the public' r iulptre.ssing c 'rr ,pIltot byt tyinttt 0111 1en1 . Theuse perl.:,n n+ll I make out ai lrliai l tfaie i'se boC l nlttrell tlnjudlge, w\II. therefore, wnii order tlln q inlqtiry. A. hoard is ,st i, ppll*l d, ,i which sit represl ntltlive of th, cilt t omilSnthltl sll, ri'ltre ,entatill vieN of tt(" corltorstion aec er tl. aint an agent ofi tlhe golernmith wilt isr the) t Iimnll itnd who h' nnl thl I d lt liding vote. Thi hIrd ti by law iuthoriz, d tol I c'iltmlI t lhe attendance f witnessOe 1ind the giving of telitlnSly. Is if it W'0i 'l'l ollt rt, bult at the smtl tlme' It I CIsp,' ilfl' Ily exempted ofrot the ob ]lantio n to hll(hre to trhe t tri't rtuliies 'i, lr i deh cllel TlherefIoreII' I tii la..ke in ht'rsttay ttimony, and ittay sweep N't hillt yin this radicil mellt'hodit of limpilry providiied for, lllt the priiblem I I tf lnaking the ptlilnislitent fit theI Sllt' hlIs b'l t I' solveN d In a iCmost aIn inn1 i ninller and original fitshlon. In the I'lhted it ten it hat leen al I t111at e1 ryutlaion whelther ,convicted tlrustsl , 1,11 comidnn tlins ought to be punlihed iby) it tine or whllether oeil olffticers and ditretl'tors lighll t to he sent to l jil.l TIllroth plinsI appealllll r the hlve leritousl f it l s.lll ItI1 LanLdI le hoalllrd that finds a1 hust ll i ltty also mustlii Iti iiroe int theo hi.tis oif its power fior itonolly. If it finds th1 it certain lt rust enjoy Its Ititnlril by reaslOni of a favori'lng tariff, I thllen the- hi t IanIIy punish thII at trust by nlitiillhlilg that partlhinltar itiem of theUlil tif regliltii ons. If It finds that the lonopoly is the resuilt of piIItent rigihtsI whichl have been Ised wiantonloiy lto cholt e lgitl mate icompe n ittion, then thle liboard has the right to punish that partliular tist "y annulling Its patent rigllhts. (If i'course sucih cruel and utnuitial I p n5tti ItI c'ns arle protihliltld iby thelr delegate to any ourt or hnard suich lie e nll t suspend r ln egihl ative acts ofll to Illlo irl . vested rightsl . 'The Unit.dl lStates never ca. ., etltl Iolinthit elnlllle in thllsel lpiatlhs, but it interesting to.po, l e rhew a, golvernment of greater powlier ithn iurt Ir dlealling ith.lsomle of the ildustlril questiConts thiSit now perplexiti' the istateslitl"ln of every nation onIll earth. TomtIolll'lrl'--Politics In or ntinlda.-XI -'Tinkering with the Tariff. i BALL OF BACHELORS IS EVENT OFSEASON IThe itachelor s1i t l'r.l proveilm d ittsel theo I d niie of tilt- yarl. - El ite hail o s in x t Itliiagantly but I tastef'ully ldloratedl it'ietty light l'effects. The o'r his tlra , Slplayedt l willt h i vn more dashl than i lii Saniil the fairesi' t of of the i in t Ial.vest iof the brave enjoyivd the ni, i 'teitln as onlt y Peto le on the nititl', sthilt'. Ilfe cin. It \watts distinctly a voilng peoplh'N u1ffairthnd one that %w1ill 1 Ihlger long iinnemoleally, whihh, i;n SId'red dispisslnallan lly, i s somut e , ort. ' The bachelors' whi woe hosts prnved I that they wer'e royal entertainer's, to 14llip hick ihto the I hrihsology of the 1.l.'l-Ity editor, whil, the bacih lor's 4 who were gtests uind, the muses who -i ''n ilinihr l it b th kinds of bachelor's i. .lliilbh d themsolvyt just as aippit'i' (.litive. The rPt'reshments were Is * ila lOrito In who liut 0onni'mbll of the Iaffair. T lhen, wnvs a large attflidai e., Tonlght thli v,'tlrnna of the Span 1 ish-Amerii n its ar will give it d sirce I in l.ite hall. Arrangements fill thill; i event hki\', iiin elaborately Imntid, and co-intlti o, Ili cnafre promlisin' it g o it n1hnr ill |r ini it, Tonight Philharmonic Concert Harnois, 8 o'Clock Why Rent a Farn a od be compelled to pay to your landlord most of your hard-e arned proita? Own your own farm. oiecure a Free Homestead In Man. Itoba, baskatchewan or Alberta. or prchaep laud In one of these distrlcts and lank profit of .loo0 or 111O0 a ouf acre every 7.0s.t º I Land purchaaed i years lago at 110.00 an acre has recently changed hands at 125.09 an acre. The crops grown on these lands warrant the ad vance. You can Become Rich bycattleratalsg,dalrylang.mlfxed farming and grain growing In the provtltelol of )41.nltb, thaskatclhew1an and Albertta. Fruce hlomuetead and pro. i 'lIlon arIa. ao well as land Ihel by raHlway and lland col. t-ncsl, will provide Ioueas i .Ada-ptble loil, healthful ciituate, splendid schools audohulrcles.lgood railways. Fo ottler ' rtt.t i dearlytlvs I I te ort.-,-e ".st e os twt,, 0 ,, ' irthlas, Ottawa. usnal, or '.t% isuadiau U.rovramao Aut.l. 0 Duna lll ~ la'etr'l Ave. (Us addre nes t o' MoStut. ttlsesaddres seawet yoe 1rW 1732 Washington 1911 One hundred and seventy-nine years ago George Washington was born. 'His intense patriotism and fervent love of Freedom made him the Father of His Country Along With Others, This Stbre Will Be Closed All Day Today All nations do him honor. The imbecile acts of an imbecile king are forgotten, while the acts of Washington stand out as a monu mental lesson of righteousness to all peoples. Let us do him honor. Patriotism Let Us Was His l Emulate His Supreme Idea Example Alawys -m | | mm l m i m m m l _ii i. . PRIMARY BILLIS REPORTEa ((c'ontlnued 'rln ]Pap: Onn) to bt fllh',l at sucll' hiectio , land shall haven tihe right to voite li tihe 11ln,' IillIlanner Iis thll' \'ot'Ies for lianother liln dhttllt fl',r off'ice, for one or thie othler Ii'l lllt)lilrItI, llH lrl 3 11'tll('( I ffir' l~t(1 or such iperlnlt so ntt mintt'.01 for the offll'e of llsenatoi r In il congress $ 1' ti l e 'llited r l 'ates, aIIII c rtifying all' nd l 1' 11p* I' ri Iit ull pnl t ihe officit' l I tllot, l.i afre, a l. "I l '. . All I llots preparecd folr IlsEt 'it tila1y sw11 4'h 1.ltion Ius 11prov hled by 'sectio'ln ttl of reltiEld, ctlles shartll con 1n111 111 in ctI1 list of iu' Elindht l tes of thl' severa.'l palrthiEs, tille clEndidates of ech lpollltl party for tlE. offhiOe of nM11t1i| 1tilted States si1tnr or the candl dlltis of sllt'h Iartyl. 11 ((se two f re tof be l' I d t the a s1ia'i' tI e', tilhe can-t didite lor cllandidaItes, s the asEe' , Ii1110ay he1, o1 f c1 ( h 1 lp lit'i' l 'lparty for the of fl' of Unitellld 4tates snoll tollr g i('I l'ngll 11for 'll'ited Hi1ter f 1HEn t tor.' f e.tl ''fill' 7t'll't¢| g(iEt, E'(i''OErl ~tl . 1'.' 10 "In the uase two renators alt to h) eleItedI, the 'l ngth of the, tern to fill l'for whichl t'ch Rllndail, IaEs l ln Itih nuted shhll he hllfnrllated by aplproprite r'efrent oln the Iallot imtmediatcly te "'el'. G. Tt' tIote for United H( ats 'llIatllr lu ist h le ln sll edl , certified t( o ali traiilnittedL In I th lntuh ms.. Ilannerlll lasl the v lote for sltate offles. "Mi, I, 6. I'andiht ts for offh'o oif iltedl .lSates slenalitor may hre nomI l connventions or PrnIary meetings, in life it ," l ma nner - lls ot3h1 r c lrlidatis fri offie ,,n i ll ' l lllnio r lll l e nom Cinated 1fr17. 1(111)f 11111 1111i10 tlio Ill nIll It o 3'S, 3( Othelllr vi4lt than by cv llenlllon ti r p 0l lillly etll'ng, its provided for In bt, tise Ion 51'4 revisIed codes oiif 1 ,ontnnlla 19ll7, andl whren so nlominated their lnes shillall I( e pliced l'l pon the of1i-011 i ichi hba llolt to to used at such general election. in the snmo mniner as 1n0now provided I'y 0lItV tt for sitt offices, not nlatilon,1d by eonvelitlin or prlimbry meeting, and may he voted upon by the ellect'rl' o l tilh state n t il'herl in Irfi'hlEd in reiltion to 'dandidites for Ia toll 11e lr nominated by politialt cpon "j.4t 7. The gove(rnor ishall, luplon hw Invlening of iany -legislantive assenm hly lit which a I 'nited(l Satne unat1or1 s to be llI elected, . , trItns illt to each hu t crtifiatell ll owing'll the rnum ''r (iof votles reE Nol. 'b each ndtl I date for United State enonator, so noiinho ted tas aforendl, na rleturnedl to hI ll bCy the 1state4 board of onvntaorsl forll their ilnformlation alnd guidtance. "SeI. u . Any c'ndi'ate fotr loffice of. lte aisem'ibly, who has been no mi nti lllby parllt cotlveinliton for Iuch ifflie, or who ha s 1on nomlinated forl th'li offle its providedol for In sectionI 5:14 of tlhe revised coda,. Mnontana, 191)7, nll lot mnore tllhalln 31) days, nor lss thim 20 (h1ay', beflore' the one upon whihh thll general election is to be hld., fhiled with the eri, anrl ind rorr lof the lanlty wherein such person 1s i c'ndhlate one lr other of .the follow "Statemetit No. .1. '1 state to the people lll nn' (nlon, r wlf as the pono p1e of imy county, that during my terms of office., I will always vote for the nndlliate for l'nite( StallLtes senator whio ha recioved the highesIt nuniber of the people's votes for that post tion tit the general election next pre ceding the election or ah senator in congress without regard to my 1i1ndl " 'Signature of candidate,' '9liiteinnt No. , 'During my terin of offlie I shall consider the voto ofr thelt people for the United States scnn tor as nothing more than It recomn inoldation which I shall be at liberty to wholly disrogaurdl, if the reioun for doing so seems to be to be suffielent. " 'Signature of candidate.' "See. 9. ,a'h county clerk and re corder wvithln the state of Montana shall prepare a certificate under his aitind and 1e1l0 of hlle office, showing Missoula Ivestiment C. Sale of High-Class Groceries Will Continue Throughout the Week Orders Will Be Delivered as Promptly as Possible M issoula Investment Co. W. B. BELL, ASSIGNEE The best toast you ever tasted is made right on the table by electricity-You toast it as much or as little as you want, and you eat it hot. The Westinghouse Electric Toaster-Stove is not only a toaster bura cooker as well. Many a woman uses it to cook the Sunday evening meal and pronounces it the most agreeable meal of the week. Ask for one on trial and try your hand at electric cooking next Sunday evening. MISSOULA LIGHT & WATER CO. tt1~ii I. i'nnolldintco for I hy' ofiier oif snIii tiir or repri'sentatl Vin thi e legisla VaIto assembly havo (luly signed ald hie1 Hititenmtet. Ni. 1, a n L M)o shoiw Ilg wlint candldates lur iui'ii Olfici' havo iliIy iwgnewd tlil fi liid stai~temelnit No. 3. a(3d1 (ItIo sIiiiuwIuIg whlit eirindldaten for ofl'Ice hovie I le h' fi e toilcither of Nse) i HsftaemehitN, noul n idLihl cause nobcdt eer tli'lesates to be filed in sonie news plapi'r either weukly or daily within the sold iuonnty, (ood it I ilefli ho a `ldily nesupalper 'pI.LhsIhiel wiithiin still county, said certificate shall be pub libhed In said paper for 14 conhsucutive lays preceding the day upon which said gneranl el~tlion Is to be hold, and If there be no dailly newpulper pub Il.ewd in ealil county, then said certifi cute eshall be plublished In some weeloly newspaper publisherd in sald county tionce each week,during thle two weeks next preceding the day of lsuch general election. "xrec. 10. All a(ets and parts of acts in eni.filet with this net are hereby reptaled. ' eeu. 11. This set shall be in full oreo a..d offect front and after Its passage and approval,".