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N MILLIONS IS THE TOTAL
iN THE GREAT HOME CONTEST WITH MILLIONS MORE COMING Roosevelt Week Brings a Special Bonus Offer That Will Incite New Efforts. Saturday's Voting Brings Some Big Changes In the Totals and the Field Moves Rapidly Up To the Leaders. Aecording to form, the weeks fin Sib it the Home contest was good. P1or hundred thousand votes--a lit tl better than that, In fact, faced the tellers yesterday afternoon when the big ballot box was opened. Md, asgak according to form, the great bulk of the votes came not from the leaders but from the "bhunch." There was a renewal of the forward~ movement of the line. More than any other day of the msdek, yesterday hrought changes in the relative standing of the content ants. There was no change in the one, two, three of the list, but when No. 4 Is reached in the l·st this morn iag there is a new name there. .And No. 11 of yesterday has he come No. 8 this morning. This was the most notable change In the day's standing. It took a good many votes to bring about the change, for there were some large figures in the list ahead. It was a rush day. After the votes were counted, the b!g ballot box was busy. until late at night. There will be comething doing when the vote is reviewed again rMonday afternoon. To. day being Sunday. there wkil be no count. This will be another interesting week. ' To entliven the contest a bhit and to fuhnlt. an ncentlive to a continuance of the effort of the young women In the contest list, The Missoullan this week makes another bonus offer. This bonus offer is for this week STANDING OF CANDIDATES Friday Voted NHam Total Saturday Total Sylvia Gessett Burbash, Missoula ......... ... 848,00 230 548,210 Anna Dorval, Missula .......2......... .......... ,. ·210 33,140 715,360 a Maud Cy , M isoula ....................................................... 669,100 2,060 671,160 Mary C. Gelger, Missoula ....................... . 667,070 71,250 638,320 Eva Triplett, Mlseaula ............ ..... ..... 63,220 25,470 606,690 Hannah . Brman, Mlou: ............................. 523,820 61,100 674,620 Mao Roberteon, Hamilton................... 469,010 45,010 514,020 iorenoe Batts, Miseoula ........................................ 20,710 140,760 430,470 SJibar' A. Kiln, Ronan ................................. 336,70 1,610 368,460 ,LlliI~p Noeth, Miseoula .......................... ....... 327,520 3,530 331,100 t O Ce*.la Dwyer, Hamilton ....,.................. 312,540 440 312,980 Sertha Zleemer, Missoula ...................................... 270,750 13,290 234,040 PI1teMO Fowler, MiJaulo .............. . 211,360 2,400 213,760 Saena Miser, Steveneville ......................... 154,700 630 1566,230 ltone Roll, Vietcr ......... ........ .... .. 153,620 560 154,170 lthe Seerkor, P.ioF e ................................... 146,210 146,210 Jais h Ceokn Corva.lls ................................. 93,470 93,470 Inm Whitley, liu .............................. . 0,010 ............ 30,010 Pern Oibferd, Hamilton ................".......... 26,130 26,130 Mamie Berl man, Drummond ................ 5,030 6,030 . ............. »........... .........0 . ... Ethel Noble, Philipaburg .................3........ . . 8,160 . 3,130 Hulda Wakefield, Bnner ....................... ......... 2,660 320 2,980 Emma Grlnnell, Missoul .......................... 2,000 . 2,000 Jeosi Peindexter, Viotor .................. ......... . 1,420 ............ 1,420 Susie W aldbllli, Drummond .................,................... 1,000 ............ 1,000 Martha Richell, Missoula . ........................ 1,000 ............ 1,000 Special Offer of Extra Votes in The Missoulian Home Contest BLOCK A-lit addition to the regular votes The Mileout\!n will leaue for each $80 on new subscriptions sent in before 9 p. in. Saturday, April 15. 1911, a special coupon good for '100,000 VOTES. Ten Yearly Subscriptions, Will Mpke a Sloek A. BLOCK B-In addition to the regular votes The Misaoulin will tnaue for each $56 on new subscriptlons sent in before 9 p. nt. Hutu;rday. April 15, 1911, a slweiad coupon good for 60,000 VOTES. Seven Yearly Subscriptions Will Make a Blook B. BLOCK C-In add tion to the regular votes The Miesoutllan will IssIue for each 1$40 on now sucicriptionw sent in before 9 p. in. S4attirday, April 10, 1911, a sapcial coupon good for 20,00 VOTES. Five Yearly Subscriptions Will Make a Block C. No extra votes will Wti inssed ,n fractional parts of blocks. Missoullan's iHome Contest GOOD FOR 10 VOTES or ... ......: .................................... Address ..... .................................... If Not Polled by April 19 This Ballot Will Be Void Mail or Send to the Missoulian Office only; its details are presented .dle where on this page. The extra coupons will he given for new business only, but the offer Is no graduated that every conteNtant will be able to renp some of the advantage which accrues to those who bring in new suhbscrlhers.. This offer makes It possible for each contestant to make a big gain in her total before next RSaturday night. There will be thousands of people in town this week to attend the Roose velt celebration and this will bring to contestants the opportunity to inter view many people whom they would not otherwise have the chatnce to see. With the bonus offer-llberal In it self--:n force during this week of many visitors, there shtultd Ie a lot of vot Ing in the contest before the week closes. This week starts the seventh mLttlon in the grand total. peven million votes-thnt's a big number. lBut It is not half ihat the grand total will show when the Ihome con test ends. The contest this week enters, too, upon the .ecrond half of its tlime. Tllhs is the swing around the turn. What th!n week will show has a good many people guesming. When the vote is announced next Sunday morning, there will be much interest in the figures. But there are seven days--six work Ing days---between now and then, and each dny will hrhing an opportunity for energetic work. It is the contestant who works the whole six days who makes the big showing wihen 'the week is ended. It is not the one-day worker who rolls up the hig total. XIo, here we go for another week with everybody on the hustle. There's a man at the tontest desk in The Missolllan office all the time who will answer questions and who will give advice wherever it is want ed. If there is any possibility for ren dering assistance to anybody in the contest, the contest man wants the chance to give it. 8tnrting with the seven million, the contestants may he expected to run up a grand total this week r~h'ch will be a record-making figure. The tlssoulian Honie contest has thus fnr eclipsed tll previous recnrds In the state. , The splendid reward which awaits the winner is responshble for the gratt interest in the contest nnd, as the weeks pais, this Interest quickens. Itead the bonus offers carefully. Then round up the prospects you have listed and get In their names. There's a chance to add greatly to your total this week. The bonus of fert are In addition to the regular vote schedule. This is a chance to make Auhscrip tions count double. LOCAL BREVITIES C A boy was horn yesterday to Mr. d and Mrs. 1M. J. Gulden. a Alloway's cate, opposite postoffeie. Mrs. Isane Eddy and her son of C lothrop are in Missoula. I Drink John (ulnd's Peerless beer-` Mrs. K. M1. Shannon of Bonner was in town yesterday on business. Dr. Willard. osteopath, Ist Natl bank. John E. Norris was in Missoula yes- i terday front his ranch near Clinton. Dr. Ward, veterinarian. Tel. 33 or 531. t l. It. Hemmick was able to be out I yesterday after a two weeks' siege of 1 grip. Marsh, the undertaker. Phone 821. Pather StllttvLn came In from the Mission yesterday for medical treat ment. Stenographer, Dawson, Montana blk. Pat Hayes, a well-known rancth owner of Potomac, was in the city yesterday. R. If. Smith, lawyer, 106 Higgins blk, A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. R. J. ('yr at St. Patrick's hospital yesterday. Missoula Storage Co., C. R. Avery. A. I,. De Mere, of the 'firm of Dc Mers & Mutt in Arles, spent yesterday In thill city. Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Spottswood will leave now in a few days for an ex tended trip through the eastern states, DAIRY AN D Stock Ranch Eight hundred acres lying be tween \Whitehall and Pipestono Springs: 25 miles east of Butte on the Northern Pacifil railway. Over 400 acres of the land Is covered by ditch, the balance is dry farming and gratsng land. This land is espe cially adapted to tile growing of al falfa, sugar beets, wheat, oats, and potatoes. Fruit also does well. This ranch Is now being developed. About 80 acres has been broken and 50 seeded to alfalfa Land now be ing fenced (part with woven wire). Two thousand cedar posts on the ground; no other improvements, save small frameo building now used as a house. Land is volcanic ash and loalm soil. The property adjoins PI'pestone Spring, the famous health and pleasure resort. Whlethall, a nice town of 700, w:th fine high school, chuttrclhes, business hotuses, etc., 4,,J miles east. A large open range lies immediately to the north of this ranchl and n\ould afford range for a large herd of cattle or thousands ot sheep. \Vith hatte, a city of 71,000 people, only 25 miles away, and with splendid tra'n service, this property wtould be specially su'tabll to dairy ing, the growing of Vegetables anti small fruits for the BIutte nmarket. Strawberries have been ktiown to gI as high ns S1,000 worth of berries per acre in the immediate vicinity of this ranch, Potatoes as high a+ 600 Iushels per acre, alfalfa 5 and 6 tons per acre. This has the mak Sfng of a very valuable property. We offer It for sale for a short time at bnly $20 per arre on easy terms. This price includes water right. It sale is made within short time ,we will throw In all the farming tools and implements. This ranch will divide to ad vantage into three or four smaller places. We would sell whole or part of this property. We would also aceept part payment in good Miesoula property. W. HI. Smead Co. Higgins Blook, Missoula, Montane Phone 11t Red. hoping thereby to benefit Dr. Spotts wood's health. They .may decide to go abroad it the voyage seems desirable after they reach the coast, Missou's and western Montana directory for sale at Milsoulian office. Wayne Forth of Hamilton, who was operated upon for appendlcitis in Mt. Patrlck's hospital several days qgo, is very ill. Dr. Anna James, osteopath. Phohe 3884 black. Higgins block. Roy Hughes, who has been visiting his sister, Mrs. George Helmbach In this city, went to his home in tIolo yesterday. Missoula and western Montana directory for sale at Mlssoulinn office. Mr. and Mrs. C. 'r. Holland have come from their ranch home near Ovando to visit in ,this city until after Roosevelt day. Phone 38 or 438 Ind. for cabs and hag gage transfer. Green & Ellinghouse. Eugene ifuss of LnCrosse, Wis., is In Missoula In the interest of Henry (lund, who has large holdings In thld part of Montana. Handy scratch pads and waiter checks,for sale at The Missoulian of fice. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hayes have sold their residence on Houth fourth street and their present plain is to go to Brltish ('niumbin to look lip a new home. SDry cordwood, slabns and edgings. Riberdy Lumber Co. Telephone 741. Tho Csrdent City garage received a carload of lIeo altomoblies on F'ri day and a carload of Stoddard-Dnay tons yesterday. , Rome of the machines are already sold, the others will he soon. Consulting Engineer nohert 8ibley returned yesterday from a long trip through California and VWashington. Iuainess interests occ'upled most of the time, though a visit with I broth er in Chhanlis made a plensant int,,r lude. Dr. J. Louise Smith, osteopath, Masonic temple. Phone 618; res. 533 R. Mrs. Laura Duncan of Virginia City is in Missoula for a few d)'a its a guest In the home of her nephew, Hugh Galusha, on University avenue. Mrs. Duncan Is looking after business matters connected with the erection of her new house on South Sixth street east. Dr. Bruflat, optical specialist, suc cessor to. Dr. Rlestand, Hammond bik. Glasses fitted correctly from $4.50 up. 3Lild V. Glshwlller arrived last Frl day evening from Eagle, Neb., to take a position in the office of the Poileys Lumber company in this city. Miss Gishwlller was formerly.with tils conm pany In Lincoln, Neb., and she Is made welcome hbecause her efficiency is known. Nice, bright, new mnillwood at $3.75 per cartload, Place your order at once. B. B. Lumber Co., phone 106; Ind. 742. Mr. and Mrs. Gleo. Robson of Ever ett, Wash., have rented the Htickney place in Orchard Homes, where they will try country life, with the inten tion of locating here permanently if tihe experiment in atlisfactory) Mrs. Rtobson is a sister of Mrs. tieorge Goslee of this city. For rent: . Second ,flnnr of the Model laundry' building; fifteen nice rooms. Call Ole Bakke at A. J. tibh son's office. 11. A. Wheeldon has leased the fiv'e ncre tract known as the tantt plcnc in Orchard Homes, and eltlstted just be low the county bridge. tlir, lind Mrs. Wheelion are moving Into their new Ihome and plan to do some real farm ing in addition to attending to the'i other business interests. Buy your trunks, bags and suitcases at the "Trunk Store." Finest quality, lowest prices. Evans Fros.' Trullnk cont pany, 214 Higgins avenue. )o,wnstalrs. Harold Power, a nephew of J. E. Power of this city, nccompanied by ('arl ltudner, has arrived in Missoula to spend some time In the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Power. The young men may decide to remain it Mis soula to attend the university next year. Iloth young men tare frotm Y'oln tiane. Mih. Take your luncheon with tihe laditeR of the C'ongregational chlu'tch In thlt Simons' block, old Howell & Ioss storeroom, Tuesday. "Roosevelt It)y. Itlunctheon servtd all day. Steorge Frattk'ovitch of Antaconda maude upliication yesterday for home sttead entry on 100 acres in the south wesnt qumrter of tile northeast quarter, tihe west half of the southeast qualr terl aind the southeast quarter of tihe southeast quarter of section 31, town ship 20 north, range 23 west. Entry was tIttproved. *'ommtince to dct down the high cost of living by cutting your fuel bill itn two tinid order a load of 16-inth mill wood. .\ full cord for $3.75. llack ifoot nmlllpany, phone 108; Ind. 7423. Coiteol T. t'. Marshall was int his fltce Inl tile First National bhanktk buidinig yesterday afternoontll. T'he cilonel said that hle would Imatve ftr Kielttuit'ky lihotut ,.pril 20 sq a Jptnld the ilmlollth of Mtay lookilng ull) old! flitrnd. ind ehljoying old hoeme sctni-es. lie hopt. to return to .Missotla i n Juntt'e tinI to take Up him officel' (tlties. Hlave yvotur clothes pressed in a tailor shot. loIttly, tile tailor, 139 VWest hlain. Phion,, 7" tlied anld we will sent for thillr, pltt rem itn first-cLiens siape and titturn thbtl. Charges reasonablte. PURCHASE BEAUTIFUL FLAG. The I'ulited Spanish-Amer:canl W\ar Veterans are in receipt of i. hIbuntii'ul flag. \w It h will he used by the order' in the p;l'arla given ill honor nf Trlheo- I dore lt.~usevelt. The flag has ia two- I hiuh n.ihl frInge and the starl are all silk e.nlhroilderel. . The embletm set.tlhe order back $t1i, and Is a beautly lI1 every respectl. GETS 30 DAYS. Illw\rli Walker, arrested by Con ,table kLanlO Pull m' on the charge of, stealing tan overcoat, Was sentenced to 130 days in the county Jail by Judge Small yesterday. Walker wap appre hended while attemltnlg to dispose of the ctrt, . BEST PUMPS AND OXFORDS IN MISSOULA For Men, Women and Children ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR .::S Mapes & Mapes W S Telephone Mrs. S. Gossett-Burbach To bring her Samples of Spirella Corsets and fit one to y).,ur figure RESIDENCE FITTING ONLY Spirella makes your gowns look their best 60 Styles Tel. 374 Blk. Suite 1, Hammond Blk. WOOD CARRYING IS NOT HUGH KELLEY'S FORTE )ntty llSheriff ]it ih Kelley had n exalerie'tci' the other day that Ihe co)n sdhered t(n good to keep, even if the Jike wa'Is on him.' II'8 own words follow: "I was walklntg dentlt the l lree't the l thler lay when I wa\'it hailed by a wo an. 'licy, hoy!' wlhe said, '1I wat e this lond o)f wood t( llarried in. Ill i'ce you a dollir to do it.' Jus1t ats a Joke I a.t i that I wuhrld do the work fri htr, to wn t whilhe I went for a whleeolharrow. I llnd imol but it few 81tl*8 when anolther fellow carne along anld tasked for the joh. 'Imn sorry,' Maid the ,a\mnon, 'hut that kid there li ijust gotl iil fter a whetIelarrow to hatlo it 11i.' " "'I'rtune," fireat Valli, Mlont.: The "PoInuttler Sisters' rendbrteda spIlht dill d enctert and more than pIltiMnsd ia large atdlence. It Is aIhl,)rp we have ait gentlemen's orchiestra that will tor, lpItre with the "Polniatler H.sters." NO GOOD ('an p)oslbly come from onearing /hehl, glasses, / INJURY MAY Comne here and let us explahn the ti ffterence. Newton r: SchweIker Optlosl peoaiali t 203.2p5 Montanrp Slook. Our Paint Is Going to be Put On Many Houses This Season P IAINT that we sell has been selected by many - people this season for Painting their houts.e, out buildings and stables, because these peo ple had confidence in us and knew that we carried the best sun-proof, weather-proof and non-bliht ering paints made. And these people know that our prices were as low as quality would consist ently allow. When you start to do painting or need anything in the' painter's line, come in and see the immense stock of paints, glass, oils, white lead, varnishes, stains, was, etc., that we carry on hand. Your patronage is respectfully solicited in this and other lines we carry. For paint is just on, of the lines that will be found here. Every tool and instrument used by carpenters, plumbers, brick layers, rarm hands and many other trades is here, and you may rely upon it's being the best. Then, too, we have farm implements, such as harrows, cultivators, plows, seeders, and for tihe farmer's wife, churns, tin and granite wares, woodenware and crockery. Stoves, both heating and cooking, csmpriseao another line. In fact, there's nothing that should be found in a complete hardware store that you canpot find here, and as we said before, at most reasonabl prices, This is the store yo* should trade at, the store that wants your business and the store that deserves it, SWe sell and thoroughly recommend ALADASTINLE for interior decorating. Missoula Mercantile Co ~\ . fo i.... r ccrain.