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The Daily Missoulian. [volume] (Missoula, Mont.) 1904-1961, April 06, 1911, Morning, Image 8

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YCE ILL REPORT
MEN AT OGEN
MANAGER GETt WIRE THAt
; ENDS CRAPPERS TO UTAH
POR TRAINING.
i allnageer ~Cinlliam Joyce r'telved iI
t t#Sgrm y'esterday froll Preadd'(nt
Y Ht Lucacn at Knit la.nk, I.aying that
trslnhlg grounds for ttw .Mismanollla r ein
had betn selete. lIt (Ignll. Illh. undi
ttipt e'vetything woulld ho 111 rndintlI,,pvs
> the i~craopers when they start
ws i gup t li-* I.'olinn league eoa
=aitl. Several (dny sago Mitnilger J.oyc'eI
tb ldNed to have hsl mnon train at )g.
.dl a1nd wired Preaident Lueoa a re
(Tl$mt to make arrangements for llhe'
t'oaaingt of thel MiMn lln teI0m. Yester
l answer settled the (cltltlton. ".
"h ve thel men I've signed r.leport
a- Oliton," lsifd Mr. Joycr, "or rea
wima of expediency., s we opeln In
lillt Luke April 25. We will get into
"pe'tthere sOnllr. I hblleve, and I'll
1 ,Imr VOAd a lot of railroad fare. Luva-s
vures that he has arranged for tin to
aeo the use of good grounds antd ,,ilt
tt-etl accommtodatlons hlve bheen n-I
gedd . My men will report there on
itll G, and I'lllepve Missoutln n day
9tw before that tlate."
eldaterdtlny Mr. Joy-e lannounced Ithat
h! signed flerte Gerbelhr of It'd
iid, Neb., a righltlhanded pitc(uher.
Sbov has a splenldid recaord and
)Il mlghty glad to have hsll sg'
, a to a Missoula entlract. I.Uiti
~ i he was with tlnivelstoln In thile
M e league and has beern in south.
hAll for several yatrs. He wasr
e*med out of th Cincilnnatl National
m tll club and fa4 Is still develolping.
Yesterday "'erallpy" i1111 receilveid i
-*telsagt from Dick C'ooley otl Halt
Iite, offering "two good pltlhers Itll
S gnood flrst bauseman." "I ldon'tl
-It 'em," anlid the local manlager nlst
*tbt, for I've got strings oin i lot of
god. on..' onec that I'll he aile to spring
etty. son. I've wired to 14t. Lnous
-fo a shortstop andl a third lasea'nlihl'n
bhet Are all to the glnd. Things are
b ktlh' a11'll right and 111he' ason0t and
Oia e1 bgue olook bhetthr to i, Ivery
SEA MEN PRACTICE
lIfMIDSIO SISTRM
S T IPho e o f t h e . h u lm d rt d l o f pl o p h w h o
sat In the sunilshine at the spirilg trui'ck
teet li' t a l inun4t1if'4uro ch4al,, comedy
over tim perfollllrlo'44 ' i" Il, :Ith 1.thl,' t
w'ould have14 boeen grlnltly hile'ite.d Ibyv
a g.lltltll e of tlIl Iprtlltt'icl atl tht.I 1ni
'aorslty yeastt'rlldy eve.,linlg. t'hlllh
('ltroy stold inexorai t4 giuard ovelr ilsa
4hiverinlig undl il illd, 1d e ll h ilt- 1 ,e r1n4
jironlllnld it lillppery track, throg ill deilrt
nug snowi1, in the r1 e or( it44 hitte4 r wind.
.I'erse still, ht. hiot1 his iw:atcllh on thm
and criticised their pli'rforntnm'aies bit-1
terIly. It was not ra j,4ob c.llliitll4litl toll
produce the spring feve1 r l tht thiel
trn'k ilndidtIti . hadlii lIt veill ng.l
Their work made i ll of I te lrack
inellets whit' i II' rle i\ lr Illlled ol'f 4nl0n
like piltlis. Tlhey deselrve t44 win thisi
spring.
EDDIE DENNIS PROVES
SUPERIOR OF DIXON
Kansas City. April r.-- Sidiii.l.str'4.
featilherweight pr'otege4, ,:ddii li-lli'ans o'
a1n: Fratncis.co, i(lovi1rly lllll io inte(d
'tmmy l)ix' n oif litm ilphli4i on1 t. tt
round iglht here tonight.li
J)ennli Is by fali' I1he1 st fig htlr,
conlsidelrlng the short ti nt' that ih , haii. .
a'ti'n oult of the unutteiur atilsl1, ilIthat
Ilas en rn ein In I ii ai',in heliir1 iI ye'lars.
Hei Ila i faI4st, ini\ -hni-hllliid ii ix-tr,
glulag's t44 blote s w4ll ,-tult his l1iinchesi.
v.Sirry force, 11t, e ill ntl lly 'i , i tin
Jl) ln, k1t'*,pin1 tii .\l.nt** vi his 41011
ag iflnst t4' r'Ils, at i large p41r1 4 i 'f 1*
fig llt,
D)lx1n 1ts a 4rlioutitiin '.f li.iiig 1i
leverl'a hoxer. ti ti li-4bo 4 .ni l!4 ili-til
1hi 4i*lh eill 4.
- nlterleague Seri lls.
At St. .l44 ,i--41t, I cuilS .'1inllnIl* -
Antmeri|.cl 1 1i* illatiloni ; i-i
g•rounds.
A.t Phila4dellhin*.- Poitl4i; ri'li
-Red Sex Win.
A411teIic1ina h14d 1h* diffl ,liii y in df*Oitl
qt1.le atheu 100141 arl l'1ngu4 t'A44i 4o -
---- r-e-- II. II. 1i'
*:··:'( ··~~ ~- -~
- At Qincinnmt;,
.lJ.gnatt, A.ril 6,--H!'r,1 hit ,ft
C't 'rotltt#'4 deihvery mlrigl,4d wit'h 44r
4In 14 the ff1J1 ltullntitl, g'lve todyl ly
5*" luoti*'c'- tite (oviin Aleril
flil ali d l lL'lin'i l* N iii iui.lil to 4h
*111itter. Wor'l.e-- II. 1, I, -
* Wi'-.-iall --------- , .---7 41 2
- ' , ....... ...t... 4 .... 4114. i 4'
Amer.tieoitl 1eam 1o
AUSIN COLT WINS
FEATURE RACE
VICTORIA HOTEL STAKES 00 TO
ANTENOR IN VIRGINIA
OPENING.
Norfolk' , AIlll 5r.--Atrl r.a ll l , i tl
iownee d hy W. II. AnllIn, e.igtltrelid lthe
Vit.rnll h hol I cItelKte teitllny In tlil f ul I
LIt .e il i t of tllhe. oletlnll. ilcty 'of iiti
,oiiii'.toc'wi Jl'liy i' luh meoitinIM in
the fifth rice.', aicn .ntheiws halted to
the Inner ne l'eie it' . broke, ' his ridet''h"
(WinglKlehl) leg, ernslhing It einealt.t
the rnll. F'r, d Miller aitld W\Illiimc
fll'ckpy, Ic re, werre ltrre.elirtd to malke'
it fi'urtl.e ter t t eof thet. Virginhia r ,.t'ri'lac
IWns. Ienth ccere edeitIted to hall for
apliearltccl'e tomorrow morning. Tie.
tOlegriltlll c(tomli.niitl hadtc nol, wire' IlI
thie truclk tohday, In order to ievoid, it
wlis f.id, enlley oessalbule vlotetle ilt t of ithel
inl lrltteei ("o llln.ierc. lee Wi leby gl'iving
oI nl ie prrnc
Ptirst raie', reil, fturcongls--t)rigne't I
lwc i; Nllaghlty ..He,., seca.'ondc; Auto I
J111i1t, third. 'l'hime, ltl I-f,. I
l$teconld rllce, trwo mile tirnd ai half i
tlltrdtlk--Nic.k o".lt ne wcon; Ileut'i hee Ie
iWood., I.Ilghtning, J€r'k fliker, M.lrry-.
iVlin ttell. Tlimell, 3:40
Third .an'. fivce itnd it hailt furt'long, ,
prcrnee--Johni A. Munnree , won; Hterr I
'eencte, eou(.nd; ('onney K., third. Tlimen,
I: Ie.
rJourtlh rtnc. htlendk'clp, purser, $2,000,
,ix IurloIng'--.\ntcenolI' wion; Monttc'a.lim,
asiaxnd; hllgh Pricvate, tllrd. TIIme',
1:2:3.
Plfth reel. 4,oe mtllu-RIr Edwmrd I
Vwon; Ilirice'''y . I".. aic'nl d; Johnllll Pit
lercsonl . hhrd. 'TIIIe'i,' 1:4:, . 2-:.
tccxi|f rice', nlitle ai IL teixtrliih-
Third Ifnit 'ºion; il. J..oselih, i'eiend; 'My t
(Jul, thirdl. 'In'li.t, 1::2 3-5.
LAYERS SPEND MONEY
FOR TELEPHONE ALLS
t'I ci'nnali, Al ril i.- t'nnll ternaltion
.'ullli .titucll Iimng thel hilndook mIcnciocll nn
IIIand ria in r.g et lth ll.ls ci ('in itlnnnti
odall' w' n ' i' her f nmre ' in tlllol' l I ''"flt h'
shortly 'iell re plll tiece fl r the first
e'I. n rt i' ing the track ii I l i th ltll llm ir ir
e'ttie't vii -vI the e'nnitry eeed been
'it iPhout .iornd, g. i V sernon t . e
ttelpintiie Il1n1' icire bte' igitt into 1.111%
n. .i tell . iIrg s, t n ting toII. Iu .
iireds of eti taii'i. lyre intutr rcciIn c lth
ctc'eisniisilolct if t ie ifo ciitlhin fie.
nr!' y tlli' the' , per .III, o l if hi t n hoot is
in fli I tio tiln.
COAST LEAGUE?
Portland, 6; Vernon, 1.
l.c .Anltt 's., Aicrl 5"
llrc'c c - 2. IIi. I'.
Portcenlitni I t 11
tartec, Ip "c e nl ling n, Ihwhats
Postponed.
$ Nlll'ro'llllnto, Ap.I'II -Satn I 'ill.'n l'wIs -
N t'' i ll-t . n K lie int., \
Angels, 10; Oakland, 5.
Hate1 l'l'; llciiis,''i . ,I'rI I ,
titoreit - it. it
Log Aligele'.s li II
(lil I llitml o, It o
Ilita tri'.1 --Kltc i ailt .Ihhlit; itri'ggc
u it Al i t , i
N lt"ilril h.t i ll pill s rl out, 1111 t p ull li
the midnilgtl air x41 r,,dsl;ils bit the
who W:i llIII I iiiinl, blIw I s (itp.
''iT ' exiciting il 4 itti ie its were In
prl. ge'lll. n1 1 Il ,livll bllh &, K(ellh,'s
mian' l sl ri e rl'o i hrow . il l In ll. se intn s
the entire hi ttr 'n'gf c\eis oct t1 ocit
itilde i' inii'g lt. 'rllfllr ci t(hiit 1ut Ih ren
I o ildu t IS't II tII tn. telnI n'. l htll lh I 'tll 't'
thelll'y sa-wl\% lthatl lth. 1xl'ilt mi'lt hadtl l'i'l
I i. ' lllil c 'h ' Iic t c l' o eli d t I l a 'li lil h il
I ?i il Ill ((1 li( ll i..hA l(ilt . i.. i ll ' t.l' ill Il'l it
itgw It.et of til ks on 1'
i ll'nsoll 111 mbll, h i lwl, i11ll 110 I fro' m
\r liL t tth lls r'l , unel JciheI Xi leech,
'il'ltl blil inl -um e cI ty ttll h ' l 1 i
tho.. it1r j u re l i. r 1 i t ln
NEW ORG ZION
IS INFR
RAILWAY AGE GAZETTE GIVES
ARTICLE ON PROPOIED FED'
ERATION AT ST. LOUIS.
Thei Rnalwly Ago flan.ette given the,
follinohlo' artirle ton the propolsed red
raltlon of e'mlllnt.'rinll orgalnitluloluln iat
St. Lni00):
"A mllvemenllt i under wa;y at St.
,Loi111 fort ' thie f 'omallnon of i frdera
lntl of to|m inerital ora r i n|t.ions in
Ihlat city, and11 Is irn proposed in bar
from It till orllnizatit ons havini ri ll
I\ I'V Of rI \llly tn4rn1 i4 nlemblers. The
lpurp1ose, It I'44 nli, i t1o laVe, the or'
galzllntion from the elnharanirImeInt
that reilnitN whlen littigation with rail-t
wnr'n regardll ngllg raltes and smlnllll l. ut -
ters in ,ondlucId h ii nu Associhtion to
which they on' thlr nffrll,, Ieini.s
and rontrihlute. his')1 Isr an ilteretllng
.'nIM of s4'iepartingi the she'lp flroint the'
loats,. lPerhaps, hiiovet'r, it Is. more
conslitent tthan the ill',y follo(1 oed by'
11 good m1.ny ennrllllerriili oraninza
tionst. l'nr exanmple, whille the rail
ways ePIterifng C('hillgn belonRg In the
Ch"i'ltago Ahoncltlion of omllmnree and
contribute to its supporlt, this nloriln
tlin has hoconm one of tillt most ae'
tive o1ra1nIati.ionl 1 I the country IIn
enrrying on agitaltin and litigation
tlagnst them. It soltkits nd neo epts
their moneyv and fightl them with it.
For ontl tiimP nafter the lephllurln net
was paMsed we heard a, gre'ent hdeal of
talk about en-olperatilon betwteen the
railways and the shippIrsl . The plann
t form a fedllration of onmmarcial
orannlisantions at St. Inuis fromn which
riIiltny'N and raitlwy mefn shnll hel
arredl Is, We' foelr. It good illluitraltion
If thel extent to which iI nlof1. lalnese'
tsuch e'-operation has not mnlterilali.
•d. 'he triffle ntraffc lllger of indlustries
and of conmmerrlnt orennflIntlnns have
always be)n tllt willling to rnoperate
wlthi tile railwnay to ring a1ntlan lower
r'nte or hbrter sirvie: but mont of
them, hlave o slsltniltly fought in the
last dlltch, and (often 1:y motholt tlhe
most llfir Anld ven'll l.lnertliiin.ls,
'verv ,prropollsiton tihe' nr)pthlon lof
whlilch IOlihll henoefit ralhways. Tt is
lot mlerely ti li)' IIIloli Mantllllflatletrern'
Assoolation that has boen ulnfailr; vv'
tryhndy knnow It In; hlut 1eve1n com
ml'rclnl orgnaniantlnnlls whieih it tlhe
plilt have Io",n ver.yf modernteo and
reasonable have apparently lost the
1lst ves.tig of tle sllirit of ro-ollerl -
tlon )hince the cnltrovemrsy over ild.
vanllce in freight rateo helatn. Tlue
(hlcenn Evening Pont. I t an editoriln
in Its isslu Of Jaltnuary 8, nclled ntten
tinn to Ihe fant thnt the railwany nf
fi'eorts who ell)tillrill llo lI t 'art i 4 tits
141nn1al revi'w't orllnimer were iaill'h
fairer il their Iltil'rlrnncON thnn wIVi
the trfflic illrector of thio Clilnug is
norl:ltlnio 1i nn tItervli t nlt hont tihl
nmell tine, It relmnirked thait fill spir
it shown by the railway officers welt
"hit dtlr .'t contll rst with Ilh r I ltiher ;is
t r fll dlirct''or ifthe n1 o l4lltill.on, who.
snrreptitionlo s · tot Intr to ratise raft's,
and 4ut if IhI' uter1 ' e'h ll4ni' ing their
1il11chll ev h In It make ch n ll i llntilnt.ll'
Thlu, thi Evenl.l l PInt lOlltinOlled 'we
ithave the Nlrlprislinr alpetacle oii f wer0
ill th1l trlll t usln'i lotn) l nlppllo r sil
intere'sts of lthe ti)lllnlt, lrtlrnere wh
rcnmposf IIt he sp4lln)'le(t(li fro ln 4hd lrt
'not thle proplritv of the one inexti
l'14111i Ilo lr'o illl i li 11i0 ln4rllpllr I'
blliy Ihnterwoven withI thle prosperity
of tl.e other?' if enollmerl ill oralil
natlonRs are to ,e condlllllleted in rfute
ans many of11 thl' m ll nifn11 i 'o in Ill thll
ficent Illwt. w\'n imat in1e railway olf
frlollr h11ll ot hp very nich painllle, d if
4they he ex4itided from {hitr mnmhr
,h+1l. Probahly it goodl niny of the
foil hat this sgren.i tion of the sheetp
imlwilw yi the gi 'til |ot still lnll' ,\ ily
wlyl'"l+ il~ . n ,ll° ii lt on11llll
MRS. BRITTON ARRIVES.
R . LTmnl, A i rlt C -- 1f, - r. TTeill Tinht|
Nlill fii|tt ll 1t1' ('ig i'. l il , c hi l d liller-.
ited the 1t. Iln ilx Nlltinial ltilln l
iml SPIl'lll Iwiner 41hip frolnl her il , 0 11 A.1,
1itlnley$ .btali,.ni riil, ,d h 1re Ii(lay II
Iltend n m tinigll( of the llil r 4 tlr1l') (l's.
'rilte date ~,' the i nii g(tl IN uiniertlr in,
his Nl lan a r itrl ,wniah ln I ,lnl'lf l 1) '
his tl04,I ll'1th it ( t"1hl.
STEINFELDT SOLD.
(+'hilt'll , iApril l r. Harry Steinfeilit,
iithe ,l t ran l hh'l l hi . ttlt .' h ( '1 11t 1 -'
i.gl Nli tinlitlal lililt e t lam lll tni 'hll 14
x~o il t~ tihlt t.t 1 I',ttil t.-lll l t )l' f111 All l 1r
11111 ; Ias oca i - It :I. S iit'n d , il( l i, has
pilllhyed 'll h IiSt ('h i i in'l Ii9i0t , sait'l
hil ,lil utIhl 'tg 1'- lr 1(il 4' ll. t 1ll iii liltl
Sit t lit(Hilll tihi Jtli 'ii cil l it , l il
{ fr 'buinessaU't ~ sul &ddQiais Uill
FIGHT IS SHORT.
l;ia kl, ld, (';l., A il 3.- "tliinh it"
Sm ith ii n.ick o t Jill l. nm.i.11) l tonirilht
t1 1hi, ec.. 1)ln I'lill l o. ;t a s',h ,(ul 'd ;i-,
1l'.undil huill.
olt('(l]tI .\l8 P t . .(1 N1'Tit1'1'
TIO N-" - .(ill ill' (couliitr r ting aa. 1
ter last'r, FoI't ta41 nulllltla, M ntII it
MAar'h 3.., 1911. 1.ub(1, ih , rll d r u ralt il
tripitnllt(' i will he r14., lvt".d Iat till(( 4f
l'i'o i1tit1 l11 i 'c I1-lc' :. mn. A pril ,, 1911,
rndl (14,1 (ipettell, f-i lhit conxll ructllnl l
1)l' t hol ll rtil l l' i r l if, f rced 4.(i 4 l ra4.t
illli hlling hiimbing, vlct, rlIlc tirling
ilill fixtlllrel 4i111 4teui heating, Mi I , -
irlh t hbit l, will 1)o reolvd't f,1.r plhllumh
hln , 4.l,411"ih wir i'h 1' aril fixturil,
anit twilnltliT. I iddel'r flir p nt1hill -
illg w ilt 111 1 -tl(lif iredl Ito (tliit t
411h,il r al Ill ti',,i 1i1ll he 0 4Iit (, If the
phlibhinil, 1'1x(t1, 4 af mnrhl,, w4',irlk
lra, nli t11l+ 1) 111 . t ' ;illt. lavator}n. uii
I1)1' lmall liInvat '$r nill 1111 aetond 1'1, nl";
Ill ru hng l- I. hr do he K~ Till
I1 l1 ll11' II 11 I, . ("lIh ll b'l II nll tlled lit :ii 1y
i , IIlti ll" Ili tr . 'rill+ govel rntrll l t re.
i3.rv1.s the rillil hI irid e"t', 'llll)' 1) 1411
hitis. .\ ( poh lt .)f $I0, will be re
qilredl I'mr 1;i11h 1),1 'if, plan( and speel
fictitllo1n ftrair htd. Mlanx, Mptwifllcm>
lionna 1il(1 Ilrnll'latiatl' fu'niabh(d ulpoln
lippietilll 1 IE lop% x cuuutstaling prl
p(alix b Illsho( be ildoriIed "Proposall
flor (anitniretion," And wadr's Lto
J.1'. HfiY W. WI`.NT'O'N, 14th Ilnfty,
A. ,t. M..
A TRk'tI GETTERY .
:.. . r Qz .
ARTHUR H. DeVERS.
I'eritjiitd. lire., AprII1 i,.-Arthur, it.
C)r·\lers III' iP rttilhrl hbs' JunM t1111.1 ;It
pllilit teiiore-n .olsgtnieiiir f tIie
\4t t1ieeiitf tti 4 t1iiP~nMM I.Ei 4 of ?.i,"e
lrce. lie wilt v)isi the it tert jnt corm
As: I i ile riniiiiieietr Inr t he'I*i tiipnl
AN trees h d i eierk Moti'for ti he it'11,1
ii te5 ito- wiiiLey work e thle- i'm* the lly
tIe 1 'ett iiiigl of titIelr, i tue )teolln eIII
Lnirln riIi lihentr-r 1,1 tWii tlie ('lity iiiii
illfitt. I
.lt i. I tIters 1I vice- presietnltt olli he'
Niitional I1111i1111eii1 5 te'ic :inid te441
heei- neiIvty tie iiiilhl..Jl., ~ ri~e
hcl rcl ( 11 t r nno t1r Y .tlrt Cllterpstrt
ref ttiat rerg:iritzii tni. 1[~t;~ 1, 1 tti
i'iitfee-ii an sptitii biiiimt lsA te Po~rtti lit
114(1 hl' 1111(1 ll(1' of the coffi' 1u I')odneing~
illit te 8 Nliil itr I nt 'itreiA gitod ctngn
iiiifltiiis i/itt iuiinit titiii Iii Melld slenel
iti tile ivoeitk. Ills e'eethiieetusn tii boost
tng th ile 1iii~riiiiii piiiishttttlieR of Itil
-iiiieitrv edil itlii pJive' ii :1R'e~t Ili
hl 14i1~11i; iiieii it ioeil traeii iuuliuithii
3000 NAME WORTH PROTECTING
The Experience of a Big Shoe Estab.
lishment, the F. Mayer Boot &
Shoe Co., Suggests Cau
tion in Buying ShoshA
Th, .. i't. t in tle timi oif iisupii'ior
iIlittlt ill Imii'r(ltimtlin li x IN lmtl thi
iim11i · tmmmm'mt n lrm'tm 'mm ttit Ii ttlt4 ltm'mI.I
n,'.,.II .fI arlll' h.ll , I; Iargelr Imtit ted.
'Pill strllt1 1 t/11.im it' thl t pir.l'.iit nllut
I tI t l lt i lt r , l i lh , n til itl m Is m i l ll i I'thoi
w IilI IIlly In11 lt.m hil IIus o "e)I' Iinto
tlll-l, lll'hosll!<., e ' .h l',v rlor ,ith1 llitut i
In plllll ",, f til. 1.4ll'llh allrticdl' ' ti al·li
ly dl-sir '.I.
'T'lh, I' M;.tI .'"r Itl l'It & .I4111t, ()o, iof
1i'i' i tti it1m i ani un 1 fI;i mit'11i *r Al i, w'l.l
k 11 w'1 .\11 4, -',r i'.111 rtlI t 1h I:Il rtni ,
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Notice For Publication.
|pltnrtlml nt fill f thi, inth rir.', Urnited
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hl14 4, Mar.'.h 14.
N tlile' i hIr4bh 11 " n " h:1t: Thotlitl
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I t'hnail ,Intrlv No ,, .,I^, s."t 1.,I Ae.. 09.45
f'or 411,1h1 "l ,1 arl l' .1, Med'a110n JB
Imi\s\llxhip IIi north, r:,nie ;, 1w1. t, MAfo
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!or .4 1,p'il. 1111.
N ,i ,;1 \\ lil.l ,i 1. I:' .,8 I Js11 '
Notice of Stockholders Meeting.
It lse m1in rlr1 11, \,111 lit- Imh l I11 t11l
Al,.,nnh, t,.mpln,' \1irlt 4, 1111, 1ht 2::t1
1, I 1,r ll '.t ,1 l 81 h , , w,' i ry) . 1.|11
,:1,I',Alsl:'I'Il : IKI .NIlt, Pr'ns.
EE l'1'.'14TUlt. Secretar'y,
OR. 4, MrF' ittrlllrS
Phylolean and lureaon
Spt.ial atltentfion to dinseasa of
Wolrtolln.
suite 47 Higgins Ileok. Third Floor.
Office Telephone 617... Residence
Telephone 612.
SOCIETY DIRIECTORY
WOnODMN OP 1THIl WORLD,
(AAMP NO. 73 --MoTet the first four
ilriday nltiht of Ienclh Imonthll, )iltd
l"eoll wn' hall nnnex,
,T. M. ATInli5Y, C. C.
R. R. WIIfRTUR, Clerk,
KNIfIJITR OF PYTHITAS, LAURPJL
TOIli<10 NO. 11--Meets every VWednea
dny evening at Enales' hall at 8 o'clock.
(IOnRrIE tRtinr(o , (r. C.
IT. T. EARTIRIlOf) , IC. of R. & S.
KNIr fIITR OF COLLtMBTIR, MIS
ROl'I,A COt'NCILt NO. 1021--Meots in
Oddl Poliows' hall, first and third
Thursdaly evening of each month.
A. P. QtITNN, Ornnd Knight.
JAR, M. M IAVIN, Fhi. Sec.
P R A TE N A , 1ROT'HERTIOOD,
,MIPIOITTA I,O1)DO NO. t79-Meets
every first and third Wednesday-of
eanch monnth at T. n. O. F. hall annex.
EVERETT C. WIRELY, Pren.
MRfI. M. PAI.IlROVE, Treas.
WIF7R'TERN RUN C'.TAPTIR NO. 11,
R. A. M.-Meets first and third PMl
danys of each month in Masonle Temple.
A. (. MINER, H. P. .
S. H. M'CALL, Secretary.
MTRROT'LA LDOfl NO. 7. SCAN
DINAVIAN TIROTHIRHOODT OP 8
AMFlRI+'A--Meets every second and
fourth Tuesdny evening at Odd Fel
lows' annex.
NI`LRS 3ATCKI'. President.
A. K. ANDIERREN. Roee. Sea.e,
W. J. JOHNSON, Pin. See.
MISROUILA AERITllc NO. 32, P. O. 11.
--Meets first and third Tuesdays of
ncht month at 7:30 p. m. at Eagles'
hall, West Malte,
J. T. Prtrf nAN. W. President.
JAMES A. TA.\( RI, Secretary.
MTYROTTLA LODCTN NO.
13, A, F. & A. M.-Meets first
and third Tuesdays, regular
meetings.
A. C. M.NtFR, W. M.
A. J. TIICIlTENSTIPTN, See.
ICITITlfER T,OTDlTE NO. 4. SONS
AOP HIRMANN-Meets in Eagles' hall
first nrld third Sundays of each month
at 8 oc'elok p. m.
II, 4('. NNTAO.\ . Prealdlhtt.
,. W . 1. 11'1.\ Il .,, tsoertalry.
MIRSO.TLA ('AMP NO. 6329, M. W.
A.-negular meetings first and third
Thursdays at A p. m.: foresters' drill
sercnd and fourth Thursdays. 8 p. m.,
Masonic hall.
A. TIFRANCON. Consul.
HENRY BT,AKELY,. Clerk.
127 Higgins Ave.
IT'NTlTI ARTISANS-Meets every
first and third Tuesday at Odd Fnl
lows' hall annex, at 8 p. nm.
RtAILPII W. IVES, M. A.
S. L. DITNITAM, Secretary.
Ti. r. O. f.. ET,LL GATE LODNri
NO. .3S-Meets every Tuesday evening
in Masonic temple.
JAR. M. RTIOAT)1IRR, . I.
. DAN J. .HitTHYFI1ON4 Serertary.
MO.)fDRN TIROTTIERHOOD . O
AM.fiI('A. 'NI VERRI'TY CITY'
/,l01)5 NO. 13I91-Meets in Odd Tel
lnras' hall second and fourth Tuesday
nightsi In each month, at A o'clock,
JAMEI1 T,. WA l.lACR, Secretary.
Romls 11-13, Montana bhllidng.
lOYA.\ IT, TIOITANDtRRS-Meot first
and third Thursday of each month In
T. 0. O . O '. halt annex.
MRSR. H·EI.LEN C. LYONS, T. P.
Independent Phone 1117.
F. P. TIEN, RSecretary.
120 Madison St., Ind. Phone 097.
OWEN IT. ROW1T.ANDR PAMP NO.
., I'NITET) SPANTRH WAR1 VET.
I;RANi--M"eots first and third 'Sun
days at 2:30 p. m. In Odd Pellows' an
nex.
'TT.tA. W. TTRDOER, Pommander.
J. T, n. .AMTTROrN, Adjutsint.
Notice to Contractors.
Senled bildls , proposas1 will he re
coilve'l at the el'i'co f the colnty clerk
and r'ti'ordir of Ml Isolla, iounty, Mon
tlna. until 10 o'clock a. in. of April 11,
191 I, for the gradillng anl butlildng of it
culitilV roaiil G,0fli foeet in leigth, klid
rood liiing siltuateld about foul miles
northeast nl Itaval'I, In sections 10, 21
unlitl 22, tnwn lhllIp 1l north, range 20
%w'est; almo tilh t instllIng of two sminll
bhillger anllld lain culvert, the mnaterial
folr thicn Mnm, lbing furnishedl by the
enilt y)'. l'ompilet'e d. lo.irlritiont may he
siln at IhPe oiffle of I ti county stir
v'yr and collnty' ch'lrk. Tih hboutrd re
ct'rVs thlt' Irlit to rI''t't ainy aind all
tildt.
Ily order of thl' hollard of county
1r. T'. I'lilTRAN, C"ilrman.
Atlest:
i. WV. KI'PIiAT,. Clerk.
Notice For Publication.
Doenrtntent of the interior, Untled
lStten laind offlho tat Iissoulln, Moll
taln, Mai'rch 14, ll9.
N.tici( iN hereby givitn tihat Adolph
A. ('nliitrngtil.y, il' Ifrenclhtnown, Mon
lain, who i nl l March 14, 10ti, made
hun nlll.l iid intry No. 3.i01:1, aerlal No.
0978, frl IotH 1 andt 2, south half
nortlhtelat iqularter, sectlon 4, townshlp
14 norith, range 1 weast, Montana Me
ridla i. hain fillel nitlll.n of Iltenttloll to
Iiant linlal If'lvi-year liroof, Iti eslo tillish
clinii ii l thi lilnd hlltltiv dualcrt.ioll, he
fiio riiginler arid rtieilver, at Miseoula,
Mlnttiina, on Lhe 19tIh day of April,
1011.
('lilmantnme s as witnessos:
('o.iodn Llllautlhr, Etltrlie 1.altumlre,
iuhtilive Illnlinlluliltlt Phlllip IFoter, all
'of i'rlonlcltotwn,. Montanlla.
JOSIAH 8I1UI.L, Ileglster.
3-16-4-16.
Diesolution of Partnership..
Nitlthi is htiretlty gihviii that the
lartirl, hil h, rethfnru' existing lie.
twel n lIhi tildardlrgnld, doing a gen
Potoituiau. hiiint., I4 hitrt'liy dilsolved.
W.'. W'. I' lltinlon rerting, t'. A. SmIth
willt cotltinte tii husittee . nttld ,i u lhOt
all hills tiid lay in il ilelts.
C. A. i4MITH,
Wi. Wi'. ('AMIilON.
Pittorpie. Motil.. A lril 5, 1011.
Notice of Annual Stockholdere Meeting.
N t,lih is I hurih, y glviin lhiut Lit, Iir
rinlial uiottill ng if tti nltoIlililorers iC
thi Inll I iltir Mining conmpany will be
htel ot ilti Iltit l day of April, 1911, at
thu rexlditntc of' I'-ranllk oll, at Siltosn,
Mont., ilt 7;:10 o'clock p. m. for the
-,Iltrpnli of eliatll.g a ho'ird of dlric
trt'a to ser\.e Ifnr the ohstlling ypar, zid
for tlIcht othorhltefnmeat aa inS>' 7t-'t'
I'ly comn, hbefore the mneetlng.
OI4ARL.L J., LUUDIMEB Serettr7.
TIntuer Root aley
A PACIFIC SLOPE LAND
FAMED FOR ITS PERFECT FRUIT
AND ITS GREAT PROtTS
Th Valley.of ort ty
,A single' acre of land in this valley has been. k~o~Win
to pg"duce a net profit of over $1,800 in one year :4500
aninttal net profit from an acre of land is a conimdn
event.
Crops neverfail;' fruit.pests are unheard of and fatal
diseases among stock, hogs and poultry are unknown.
-Water for'irrigating purposes in accessible and'i.lx
hau.itlfle quantities. r i
lTie beautiful mountain scenery, an abundathe of
pure water, healthful mountain air, unrivaled climate,
good means of transportatibn, convepience to markets,
good schools, close proxiniity to state university, and
the lowest cost of living all combine to make this local
ity the most ideal plate for a hormie in the great north
west.
Bitter Root Valley
Irrigation Company
HAMILTON, MONTANA
MISSOULA OFFICE, 128 HIGGINS AVENUE
LUMBER DEPARTMENT
O1' TITI.
Anaconda Copper Mining
Company
Successors to . ..."
THE BIG BLACKFOOT LUMBER COMPANY
Manufacturers of
Western Pine and Larch Lumber
(ENiITIR.1T AT, PAL +T'1r(PPI, (BRonnnr, Montana
1llls I,.on:lid it I Inmilton, Montana
Loneatd at Bonner. Montana St. nRegls, Montana
Our mills have constantly on hand large stocks of
well-seasoned lumber and laths. Our factory makes
anything needed ii Sash, Doors, Mouldings and Inter
ior Finish. Retail yards at Butte, Helena and Mis
soula carry complete lines of building material.
Estimates furnished from plans. Write for price list.
Our Missoula Yard Keeps a Full Line of
LUMBER PORTLAND CEMENT OAK FLOORING
LATH HARDWALL PLASTER MAPLE FLOORING
SHINGLES KEENE'S CEMENT INTERIOR FINISH
MOULDINGS LIME MILLWORK
SASH BUILDING PAPER SLABS
WINDOWS TAR PAPER PENN. HARD COAL
HOT BED 8ASH DEADENING FELTS SOFT COAL
DOORS PREPARED ROOFING APPLE BOXES
Our large stneks Insqure a well.~neonPd tlumber at all times.
MILLWOOD-u-i r M~slr,iula yar' d i now making tliv',"rie of I4
in"'h m,,llI\nwo l it $::.7, Ir. ,artlln.l. I h I. l .in,,Itinn,, . oll cord.
Phone 106; Ind. 742. Order your season's supply now.
FIRS T CHAS. H. MARSH
Embalmer and
NATIONAL BANK
Funeral Director
MISSOUL, A .
CHAPEL FOR SERVICES.
Ind. Phone 423. Bell 321.
'apltnal and IurphIW..'. !400,000 Residence 259 Black
124 West Main
yExcllent lIlllt for handhling Competent Lady Assistant.
your bhuilnnii.
P, . LUSK, President. ScandinavianAmerian
F. H. ELMORE, Vice Pres.
E. A. NEWLON, Cashier. State Bank
H. .8 HOLT, Assistant Cashier, OF MISSO LA
SA (leneral Ilankinig Busilness Trans.
Missaoula TtiUst and c
Savings. Bank M. L. G lden
Missoula, Montana M . L.
CAPTTAL .............._................ 00,000 STATE TAXIDERMIST
SUIRPILUS AND PIIOVITS.... 50,040 AND FURRIER
Officers Won Medal at St. Louis
J. M. KEITH ......... ....... ...... Presmleant 185 E. Main St.
T. L. ORE:NtOUIIG i........'leu President - .
A. t. JAIo.........................('ashler The Po ey&lm rCa
I. C, CIDDA INCEIs ....... .....a..A st. (uhlo I.
Directors Short Mill Wood
IT. M. T(etllth, T. hreor mon e direct from awRI .
Daily G. 1'. McCulthmgh, P. J. Kilns, per lend .. ... ........a...................:..Jp(LsO
A. R. Jacons, Kenneth 'Tins, Rlngle l.nt]., gren 9...... ............... 8,75
We pay 3 per cent per annum on Iungle loads, dry .............................. 75
Savings Deposits. . . ell. Iphones 414 and .10,0.
.. -...... O ffi(ce 115 Tllgghns avenue,
WESTERN MONTANA
NATITONAL BTANK Expert Razor Grinder
Missoulw , Mon.tan All kinds of cutlery ground
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY. and sharpened
("API['.\l ........... ... 200,000
SIt'RPLt' I,'i 'ND ..................... ao50,u0 114 EAST FRONT STREET
(T. A. W OLP ...............................President .
JOHN Cl. LEIII)U ........Vice President NoI Wel*n Abstrlact Md
J. Ir. T. n YMAN........................Cashior Title ailulden C6amgy
Directors. Furnishes correct and complete a's .
Ierdlnand Kennett, .11. A. Flash, G. A atrnta.of title to .all oity and oQlmta i
f, 1111 C. LCi.hnt,, . I. 'F, Ryman. prop rty. fstlmates on abatra.c Irttir
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS nlshed on application,
TRANSACTED 104 Maln street. Phone 147 5I5

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