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Pubitished Rvery Day in the Year. MIBUOULIAN PUBLISHING CO Missoula, Montana. Entered at the postofflro at Mineoula, Montana, as second-ciaes mail matter. - - - - - - - - - - - vi SUBSCRIPTION RATES. I (in Advance.) Delly, one month .............................30.76 1 Daily. three months .......................... 2.261c Daily, six months ...... ..... 4.00 qI Daily, one year ........ ..... .00 ti Postage added for fVrelgn countries. TELEPHONE NUMSER , mail.................110 independent.... 510 MISSOULA OFFICE 119 and 131 West Main Street it 0.>K Hamilton Office a 321 Main St., Itam- te liton. Mont. " SUSSCRIBERS' PAPERS. a The Missoulian is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore, sub ecribers are requested to report faulty ti delivery at once. In ordering paper e changed to new address, please give old address also. Money orders and checks should be made payable to s The Missoulian Publishing Company. A TUERDAY, APRIL, 1I, 111. QUEER, ISN'T IT? We have been waiting a fortnight or so to see if there were anybody else it in the state to whom it epemed queer that the state board of examiners It should have singled out the eduea tional Institutions of the state as the * burden-bearers in the reduction of ex- e penditures for the commonwealth. We felt that perhaps we were over-sensi tive in the matter and that it was he- e cause we are intensely interestedt In' the welfare of the state uni aersity that it seemed to us unreason able and unfair for the schools to be n made the scapegoats. When we read , in he Bozeman papers the expression t of the same belief, we felt that perhaps local interest governed their conclu alons. But we find that others are wondering. It seems queer to people I who are not so directly concerned in a the state schools. Practically all of the "suspended" appropriations are those made for the schools and of the "suspended" total, about two-thirds falls to the lot of the university to I shoulder. Now that we tire assured that our view is not provinciat. we feel justified in expressing the opinein that the action of the slate board is the most arbitrary, unfair and preju diced step ever taken by a Montana power. THE CURFEW. Missoula has an organization for the furthering of the playground move ment. It is the pilan of this le oiety toJ make it possible that the chlidren of the public schools have the opportin fty to learn to play, and to get ope n- I air exercise tinder the proper condi tions, removed front any influence other than good. The principal motive for all this is to maintain Misseula's childhood steet and pure. Missoula I has a law that Is calcnluted to have an effect somewhat the seeme. Ett'h night at a Pluted time the eurfew is rung; all chlidren under a certrin ae l are warned thereby that home iii the proper place for them. The beil is1 supposed to clear the streeit ~f the very young, but it doesn't do anything of the sort. Even now, when the spring air is rather crisp a few hours after the sutn has left thie stide' of the globe, boys and girls under the age designated by thee llrrfew ordinance are to be seen about the streets, un accompanied by p..euts or guardians. True it Is that the boys predotilmite, but they are just as valuable as the girls and wore to be watched, for the boy learns to be bad earlier in life and inure easily thin his estetr. ef course, it tary be that 1lissola is growing a generation oe little folks and that the children of the streets are t Well over the age Iemit of the curfew, but there Ia t, e' ellent o... rtnttity for the police tle'lartmee'nt to icetesti' gate, atnyway. As long tie tihe curfew law is ott tile city's 11ook o1 oerdilutece's it sheettd be' enflercede. If It i o needed, it eehouled be tee're'eik~. NOT OMNISCIENT. The aterege. lersent tils ec tier veeguel leleas as5 tel ill mlneirltet if Ilen 'eel ploycel in tie' b'ielyieie'tI to *i of iee d lug a daily teewelel ler atee tihe tneete ode they emieloy ien tiecir work. One close inspeetiote. to 5leeaek ecentieeni' he Ily. the teewsleeper teee e it ee veryor~ dinary sort of a fellow, welie a will' logness to work long and ten absoriiteg love for lels profe'sson. 'Thatet' tile newspaper mate. as lee ll. 'Thle re aseoe why the average person has so phoory deftolbd a conceretlen of tihe editor oer reporter Is because intapection instt made. If tile people geiteraily ktewee the men of the papers more itetimeete" ly Ih e wooid teot be the noew-obtalee' 4s pleaey to regard thett as omnils' 4*o Then. ,there wouls not be askeel so at~ny questions. The latest t~o come tq '1Whe Missoulian is a sample: "Are 111ere *wo pin faolorles in the United Staien and which in thn larger?" This was fired at the night editor an even ing or no ago, and the persnn who telephoned the query was ungrirtale that the newspaper couldn't give an answer off hand. An inuetry enn eerning the date of the manrtiage of Marshall ield' asecondl onn to hil third w'ife is another of repent dlete. The man who naketd this question was very angry heraeene the newspaper man didn't knew. It in, however, quite likely that i uch iiestions oitld cease, die the general pthtie get ia qdueinted with the newtpeptir meli Lite'selves. After all, we are t.et guys iut there a pitggin' fir it lvin', eiTnme als you.ii A POOR EXCUSE. Home of the members of the legia-' Inatore and sonte of those who ure en gaged in the disetusson of the taitls ability of cntling together the legista ture on pte'ilt swoilon, ioke the po altion that the expenea or saehia rt. ws aion Is not warantedt by the import ance of the primary-law legisliation which Ilould be the purpose of an t ex tra assembly. 'I'is is net a sufficient excuse. Surely, the qu(etion of direct legislation Is no itmportant ias was the speciil action for the relief of the Amalgamated company, for which at special ae'stion wais coiled. iiraly it I Is as important nas the uittastion of the material of which the wings of the capitol are to be built, which was the subject of other special aation. We have vastly more respect for the outa who comes out ftat-foot"d and says he Is opposed to primary legislation than for the man who side-steps the proposition and talks economy. ai a' ernor Norris hats such an opportunity to benefit the state ais Is seldom of fered to tan executive; he is the gov ernor; ie moust know that a etti'l easilon would enact a primary Iate. April tas always been a notable month in American history. The fight for the comnmission form of govern ment in 1911, though not as spectat ular, Is along the same lines as wan that other fighting itt 17 7*. The "suspension" of university tap propriations is discouraging. even if it Is only a suspension. There were so many other plates where reduction might htave been mtte. And the state board of exuminera shotild remember that they would not itav, t had mtach of any money, at taill, If it had not been for the state schools. tur side of the t'ta nadiana realpro city ptin is much like that of the bty who trtades it good Jackknife for one with two broken hadeas. The opening of the abashull season is lively. Youa get the results first in The Allottioitn's saprting department. And you get them right. In the mautter of the opening of the bnasnmt ' n sason, Itonner Koii call tat (ention to the fact that she 1" oft tho job athaitit this yoa'r. Thin is great growing wttitei. Ev erything grows, but satiiitg grows faster than the vote In The ti snuoIutat Monte contest. Still the innoteat byMialnder on the Maexicatt line gets the bullets, despite I the efforts of the Amteariann artmtaY to pr~ovect hint. ihilssoulu etas profited much by the visit of Editor thermntiat of t 'ad-tr itapids and sht is thatatiful to hi ftt r Citttiatg. In the t attatr ofat i tt tat taitsstal fortn tat government, the atit' tnate No blitd its those who till tinot sae. The chief result of iitt aiexitun war, thus far, ias hien to crowd good taews dispatches off the wairaes. Just bettauae Easter in over, the EaEusta' spirit should not he tfrgotit-, it is for aillyei' titme. The cualt tpagne rioting in lrtice' is siid to be over. Probably the hanit ' lugnt ham given out. The very definition of reciprocity proves that the present proposition is not rightly nuated. If the American troops should cross the border, whatit ascaratte'nlg there ttattld be. I The Meican tititti a ar hardly tive ly enough for the monving - piettue N Watch the t onte contest and you StwiII see what a ilve race Is. Th' latitiet hrtatiaf aplitut' has not yet iea' built. MURDERER ELOCTROCUTED. I tattitting N. V a Alarti 17 - tathertt - ta Nw il oatk tit yu lt'r it yi'ui aiga, - Ilat putt ta tietit it tat hie a'lct'i.' nt chitt ttn t i-n tit -ing ltt'ist-ttt eta ay todaty. Woodia taui ra'miiitstrtteit Iltit itt- itei-ts( tat hotlt lii slit anal 'gitig tat titt lana.'' a' LITTLE DAMAGE. y uitdiniii g atoday, 'lhe Iblave a-tttrteii iti it'hta net'tttatrant anit th it' irettat soot tutu it tintaer caitattai 'Ptt' priticittal litmaga', which wilt ttat ite tieity, II ii citsa'a lay utmoike itati wi at'r. PROFESSOR CALVIN DIES. oi hillwi City. Iii.. Aanil 1 7.-Prtaft'satt le Fttnamei t'attvt hea'a oaf the state geat rlotgicial departmtnait andcamnnaacted wivit iduni'eraiity died here early today. San Francisco Today By Frederic J. Maskin. V"ive years ago todaly ine newspnpetral a of tlh' world were Issuing 'Stray an- 'f unoucing that 44n44 From, 141' had ),twit et 14huken to 4444 foun4a'4t4on4 h) 11 great tf earthqunoke saridital a fire, uncon 1ll trolled and 4 ' m4nt411 11 14 h tl , w a4 I 0c nn- Ml pletin. K t4h1 ruin tand 414im4t4 tion 4144 il dull siny man( th, , , .. which rfIollowed fl t h e m 4o 4 t ts 4 r r ll4 l o 1 , 1 4 4 4 4 4 4v 4r I i de,(e(nded u~pon1 jin Arn'"rie'nu ,"iy it'll hi upon til44 great ' i'41 .' 4opn' s of lIlvh I'1- It eif(,' 1'0414 . Today n04'4rly every 4'444 left l) ti4t 4' frightful ,4 0 hoirs 41(414 b'""4) oblitt4 rnt4 l. A new and pro44 ter 444 n 4 r444.'I44 o 4h4' ! 1(i arisen from the 44441(4$ of ilI,' '1.1, sld 4 greetu the worlrd is the Iblwhe i exam- l 4444 of ol444' gr'' '"nt 44s 144 4%4111 a 444- It 4nunit44 y ('tilt 4l44' II th1le$ 1h44n nothn44 4 4 1$ left to men b4t ha444', 1111i, that 14o44e 1 Is semi-despair. The ire de4tr4y4'4l t4 28,11040 ho441444 31, hilt',' taken ti4 I1 ' 1' places. It dem'4oli0 le'd 514 4t'y hi44 k$, I leuving them strewn with Muth n hope- I l4es m44e of d4'4bri4. (hat $441,00)4,000 bad1 , to be raise4 ( to 4 r4'c4int4 till 444 re earth 1't itself--no mean task for it rained, de444' late4i Lity. T'4o444y 3 4444 4 f the441 4 i443' 4loc4 0 Is 4414 1 444 4ett44r 4n44 h44444i4 omuter than ever before, Yes, all4 1 Jra 'ci' no is II het t,4r and It 44ore honutif4ul City th4n4 4l-'.I,. Whl4 r' before the fire th1r-'.' were 17 4444l4ing4 designated In insur1n4e144444444 444s 144 144 1 b .\ buildings, there were 414 In 190,k' 14444 this 4IM1 has been 11,14444 to s4444'' I th14n. The s4m4 pr4 portion holds with , r114 It 4 nil444 gs. 44 14 4444par' tm4 et4 1 store alone spent $300,0010 for furnish- 1 tigs and lnt- 'ier 4t 4r1artions. ('over. where the 4n44' strife fil' - per'fe't4o4 4 I" I s toowvn In evidenve and todnly 1+11 1r4 nne' 1 ' 144 it. .1etropoll' 4 of 114ar'ly' ,I half million 4 4sy people4, 144it444 41 4444-4 n~eMM section only fivet fears old. Not only have the phl4)44 4 t' 44'44 s ll'4 the great 4 4nl44l4y been ublite'a'44, but the finan"44nt 44ar4 4a well. Of tou"srse, thou4an4 4 of f4l44nlil4' were financially ruined by the '4in4tr41'oph4e an4 nev4'r will recover from the b44 w, but the 4 community 4ts 44 'whole Is in better f44 t nuncintl condition than before the en l4444ity occurred. The 4444sed v4 uets444 of the city before the fire amounte. 1 to $401,000,000; today these valuer 19.r41- - gate $433,000,000. Til- bank clearings4 before the fire w er e $1,1(00.004 ,004) 4to 34441; 04)41 44443 4444444444 144 n44.444 4444 and a hull' 4 4illions. '4440e .sv4i444 44nk deposit4 in 1141 are greater th44 they were in 1906. All of this tells the41 story of nalttnkipal Victory and indi vid44l trs14tmph, iL story une44ualle41 In Its completeness and rmagniltcenee In altehsoyo ra 'Vlztol But the end is not I44 44i4t. With Its 4t4in4444.e4 and In44 ustr)' 414ply housed and Its population p~roperly sheltered, San F'rancisco Is now turning to other comulderations. It is htiltdinhg one of1 Amnerica's mno.. modern opera It., i,(s. It is providing one of the world' lil $1s splendid municipal hailld1ing$. It Is pre paring to r~e'ue Itself from the domi nation of It prillatel-oftned 1'ta1'"sys Itent. In short, It IN now giving its at Ieto Ito the larger prohte'nts of mut n'44pal life 11r it w'ay that pro4414 4 to 1make it oxhild( number one of the Sig `show 41'L14 will great the v44lt4r to thl . I'a4an4an expo444 44n4. 4 And the hail F'ranelci(o people oranhn4a41r aotta l' hnte 44t4144444 * 4444444 4414.4t Car444444444 44444 q1u,'tion eats plot btefore them, n1 1though the y had spent #:4)0,000,000 hls repairing the damlge", (t' less than five year1 s 144444r4 , allot still 1444 va44t expenditure4 , tile), vote-4r $:,,0111,4400 4 t4 tilt' exposition b4 y the large4t 444jor4ty ever given to any proposit44o44. Yet Swith all this, Soul F'ranclsco 1111 tilt' sn' nit44 4t debt III pr4porti4n'. to th41 144-. 1 e411ed rulination III Its Property than Sany large ity In the 4 t4.4'ed States41 " " 11 Veal' or two ago It was only Ix per , I4t444ut, 44s 4ompare4 4 ill 4441 In New York. t1: in Pi'ttsburg and 312 In Boston, r141ro of the things con4(r'4 ting 4 aln 4 , .444.4r4unds 'o IM the sta4estion' wh'., the.4r 44e 4 city twill N' al 4444ed to 4 4t a mun1icipall ',water supply from the Iloteh-l'ittch)" valley'. This watter, cnmllng out of tilt very It'art or the Iw'ra$, is one of the i4ne'' S4.ppl4es In the world4 Cold allot 111111r" and sthc elhunt. It has tverything In reomm44 end it. Blt there are two forc,'l at work naginst Its utilization. The 1 4tt4re lat'4 4 f 4 mer'im 444s414e that It 'l III r' in one of the wear(')' roost beuntiful Mints. itha'n there Is 111 Spring Valle) W34t4'rr co44 panyr which now 'luppi44444 S44 n a41':1ul 'sco's wantr. 'I'l' fedheral curts have fixed the valueo of this tmaln)"ny hildings 'It $31,00040.' 0, and St'l4 Fran4444 w44 t4444, It as an au~xiliary supply at that pile'. l(tut the Spring 1Valley people wanut it higher f'igtre, mid ,'x" .11ayo I'heints Idec1hare4 they :Ito tinan1cing the oppow 444444n'. in the 4li 4ch- 1 44t4hy project. It 444' 4unid 4 444h4n 4 $4o'i'4'lt, J4me H t Ia 4 444l44 44444444.4 iffr 44n44 444444 4o 4444 44 n4 44444'ru 444444 444444444444444. 4 t ('4 13 the~~ 444 r 4444444444f 4 44eI~eth-l44 h 444' 444' 4 44 T'hr'44 ma4t4 44444 444444441 4444 4444444444441 444444 n 444144' 444n 444 444n .4r444'444' t T44444 SI patmn w4ill f4'44''44 t'h444r4t4 44444 144444 444 444414 4444444444314 44444ha( SUNNY If you want to save time and labor; have sweeter, whiter, cleaner clothes; take no chance of shrinking your woolens, flannels and finer fabrics; be sure not to take the color o~ut of your colored goods, order Sunny Monday soap from your grocer today and give- it a good, fair trial next wash day. Sunny Monday contains a wonder ful dirt-starter which saves rubbing and wear and tear on clothes. THE N. K. PAIRANK COMPANY CHICAGO foe', r IluL Is the greatest exhibition if plick ini coutrage the worlt has ever sMen in many i cintoiry. When the city lmy In ruins, with its inlllioii alris loiitlesi and Its poir all hot stnrving, the world Maid that in 10 yiurs Soon I'?rinnisco imild not rally from fry' pilght. slit iihin three yeari D hull passel, Soon l"'rnnlrsi hall I elle bruitl'n and ivtlled thi writ ti to lmik, In those three short years it hall raitne none than the grntusteloptiluist lhoiight 'witl hfi aiii itipilshuil in ten. tlii there ivap work to ito -really more work thlu to ociiil a brand-new I city on a virgin site. 'Thianl of it pilel hf deberis so barge hthat it, cost $2ibilli,o00 t< 1~ git iian to the givtiual; Si larg- a that I .,000 horses ill*4 In his removal. A brute heroi s who were loritiray workute t,1 iilath; so large that 411,1t011 wuorkinuen ware eiuaguei in the insk! 'Tlhat wait ti what stured the seerningly ruined ii an il Frinniilso in tlie fhce when it leguini irI lating obi Its lots while the ruins were still illiking. 'lihe People were slii uik to rntly frosti the f'lin-utg lit delo-sri Mahin tutu despair that ic lthia six dliys T uftul the fire there was signed, suatti'l M uiiiil dellveirudi, a uintract fir i migngifl tl ;oo tl n1-wº fireproof bulbli~ng. .11any incluents tinged willth humori occurred itdaring the trying days of re Ili tiding. An eiititotrlriusing million kleper deiided I buiil i ltemprntray virink lilspinsuiry dirieutly sifter tei rare. n , To fiis and hi leased Ii siie from in lownalr who thought he waild never ift' a roil' to reuhiuic. (lii tlill ho ericted ilia shinty. I~nter, the owner dlecided bles i'flinces would permit rutiutluling ald i iigh o uyof Ilhi linisi. liii hi woos nit swenrc-fil. Si h1- prow"eded I to buili his iigRlnitliutng aiiy ay, andii wietn tie wis through, the' Milion i ulll ing had to be iarri'id pieiemei l lut of c the main storerooin of the new huild When San Francisco wai- engagedi int I the work. ri rehuildin., it did not fall to Provide for the stranger wuho might stily awhile within its gits. '11ore than 1,:0i0 modern tnd up-to-(loia hotels anni lodging hloiOmen have b i't, eueuted since file fire, Offering 110,000 rooms to the traveling publie. These will be Added to within the next four years, ilthough ann i Franuitilo was aile to entertain 400,000 visitors at its Portein c-leir-t tion two yeirs ago. The city bus not failli to see that Its transportation f4iclliti4n shitilt grol'w upice with the Other Iniprovemtents.n itil it Is the tuittit hoiust if the native that tIe street car service lit the Iioiilent i.te lity is unsturpussed. It Intends to mwkI the facllltit's frtiitm the exPgoI htin grounds to,the heart of the city uetter thun itythtiig that hus ever been pgiannit lit the histoty of wiorld's airs. Idne asasciation of A tiiet'nlts Is pat' tie1,airly dillghted that Satl Fratirclci) teuredi the expoiitlon -liii' See-Anter I cn-lirst club. Knowing that thou sauils, ind i'v'ei n ililitns, of Atmerlians travel tbiuili tIr SlM the sights of other lands when the?.; have il t s-en the wvonderful things lin their owln countr~y, the Ser-,A itnerni'-..'irist people are, di lighted that thI n P tr l Ianl expanttion will turn the tid," of travel low trd the oluden (lute, anlt that thrtiughl the di verse roulte privilege Of the railroail u-x curdlon tIiket, tO be oldt by the trias I ciontiniental railronds, thI majiuty if those who goi to Hull Firantlsci will 11" l 1u11mt1- elitible I. iiemiership in a cuth nitte up (if people who hai ," iien A Ametrira. 'I'he tnnstattil manner in which Sidi tiFranlnsiio has resurrected itslIf froi ishls aitill iaaidering -tiers suit' , ls es anything the world has ever sott, iatnid Its peiple deserve the ip plaust they recu-lve. Anil yet Iof achievemituts art only In keeping with the Americuan a irit of lining the gr-at 'st iteOrI itutit' I the greatest stress. hi 'helsea, Mi1s , was nintoust wilpd off' liii that) ty its big fire. ,'et whtiu thileIl y1:us had pntual the it ssescI value of , rperty liti1 alnost rettinid Its nor 1 111:1 n talit hl ti yours the pop tlati ill grew its much as It had grown in thl entire deraitl' ih't'een the eleventh atil i. utwelfth cii lsul* 4. l ittiinuire's great t fire seeil'l t o threitn Industrlitl ,utPralysis. will ypt Ilttltnmrte is shltrnglr sn befiltlit" tod~el than before adversi"ty struck her l)uuiieiu dilstrlit with sult strompnMoils force, Even lin the Islands A tii sal t, spi' i that Itththas nutude lii tunew' un I'ru'tm'o' Is often in euv1lente. s Juniciii had its 'arthuiiake in Jitonury, 1h107, and ftuil completed the damage 1 itchh lt', iirutholutke did to Kitigslon. Ian Jaiutary. Bli, Kingston hail arisen fro l the rut i t a. thoroughly modern tropical city. ;,la'veston, Chictgo, a tanil .ii tat'li,'. tell Itlie amthne story ofmnrahn thelr hgithest nuitelt if glint tulsaI in th face at' Hiettinlttt uui'l'ii it' Y. 'V. '* A. AVIATORS FALL. Min h1 . L4 I.. I , . ily 17.-In attemrpt hiM 4 1lii (ro II - lt'y flight from .1Iineola t~ .11onltal1 I pint today, Leon Stevens. the art-1,111t, andt Williamn Hilliard, lirmeirly I ll raein ;utomohiiiat, fell 100 feet ini a ithrnli,-t'uhrtisA biplane aiftir they hal enveetI about two miies of their journey. IIti men were stunned i 11 'vi haljy injured. 'Thie mahiiile SPENCER PAROLED. ivea lnwort li . Ki, April 17.-('ari .11 $1enter, Ia isai lt cashier of a lutn ii D s I.11Iiies, I ., was released 14l l Parole frin tha I-.eral prison here to itay. alen 'r \\a. convicted of mie uIse ii the ian, money and sen tiied to tile -ins in prison, which SeI tenhe iM "lhsequently commlited h' I, resilnt Till to three years. BRING BACK BANDITS. I itirit, Alpril 17.-Victor Clore und liryan ll thrl If iaimus, Minl., left to. day In the cust liai of two Utnh police off"iilnls 1ond a private detective for ;8,1a1t l11ke ('Ity, where they are to he tried on the lhiarge of robbing a Holihern I'nlfic passenger train last January, WOMEN ADDRESSED BY PRESIDENT TAFT DAUGHTERS OF AMERICAN REVO. LUTION MEET FOR THE TWENTIETH TIME. Walshingtton, April 17. I'ontity It at hnll, the home here of the IS .1. I , tonight wiiN I mnxaal' for c'nfor The: oiinuion wans thii thu ri'uitiin Kii ii toh .11r1. Miitthiiw 1'. Hintt, pri ldeInt gur , rtni of the rat'it lzationt, to the Uthtngh tirs. wh'1t 20th aniui i iinigress p "nIit hnrd l.di. iy. 'Tii 'he of til. Atierlein ItRgolutin situ wnre ieu)sti. (iorgiupnu g Kaon vtit4 w4ilh the tiii flouters 1 h4 h fietslted the hull to maki " the ilnln one of unsur1i4isi e h)lity. The entir." duy, from the oipenhing si' siun, when P'reident Turnit n tlcomeud the i uI) ghteri to thii nitiniiii ciiplnit. lip to itilnighit, u ihein the reue; tion we n ovetr, woN on. of i isy pt' pnrn lion frei the ronl work of thlt ii) greant wthlih will beltin tomnorrutw, .11rs. h,1tt introduced P'rtobldnt 'Tul't na "the greoutest r1t 1 1 o -1f thle gr.ut. st rat ou in lii Wari, althing that "h" It. A. It. it the itr tenl . o1rgi xotiz11n of oaten inll, the nt'del 'Thie preusiitent nu1lltpi r in t: "I Stml gull to H.-i you ill 81,1 In vut-l I iltiv e innltion of miii. It Ii it mii iiiHrtutpioi of that spirit which you i nel ;properly restrain and inly let nut lII nmoderate ixpr'eanion, whiicfh hats hbee handed 411%n n tin y ~o n fr e at- atli* Ci it41rs. I "The ui efulmt an of in orgatnizationr "hiile objeit Ii the preservition of t patriot i' spirit und the bringing to the mindi1 of a hiusy priMilit the IIIniiiti - t IntH of the past innnot IhI exagworatt-d. I eonitratulate pout thll you hide ne consplished too mtnuh in that dirietlmn." SHAFROTH VETOES RACING Bill COLORADO GOVERNOR KILLS LAW AND MAKES THREAT AS TO PUTURE ACTION. 1)env'er, April 17.--flnvernor Shaf' 'ott t iiay ivt ad the rating and hi x itg hill passed ltst week t'% 'It1" legis iiatre. The veto was based upon prae. tically the same argnients advanced by former (Invernor Folk of M.Issoui in vetoing a rachig Ii ll in that state. In his veto llowitgo (;overnor Shnf roth Pnitid: "I regard this hill as in vnination of the constitution aint ainrul law. and I 0)ant to say that If int: puts it over iny haid I weil never appolint Ii 'rnaing cornninslanl such ats it provides for, untli I am (ompelle to do si by a w'rit of mandimus Issue,) by th.' high est court 'at the hind." Governor $hufdroth asserted that race horse i.cmil ng had hiin the aii Inriing iislie of the msII v'ilenft enlm paigns In miany of the states. "It uis Fe'n recognized for yiurs." sn' i he, t that the efrort by entailing to get i soething for nothing is th." greatest destroyer of mtrial esnse knoin to man. In eises of gain it baits tjie young man to ln extravagance ivhittf produce-s a restlossi'ss ind tirekless. nll; that Itnfits him for busiiess. It filuy he Haid that higalized gambltng iu the ac~hnnl wherein are tuaght fill the 'vies known to mankind. It Is had enough n hen such pliies fire (ont ducted by men who are tempted to do so for gain, hut liho can it he c(ilr i.terized when the tnw dire'ts that Ithe governor of the stale shall appoint maiiiuttitsonetis who become state fi. ( fl'its to manage ind control such transactions in the iime of the statei " TOLEDO BLADE APPEARS DESPITE WRECKED PLANT Toledo. (., April 17. - The Tli.de was printed as snait today In spitfe of the f'it that the building Ii alntt l it wreck from the fire which raged within iL 'tRturdai and thousands of gallons of wa ter which flooded it from roof to cellar. The first edition of papers was on the street at the usuili time this morning. All the work of getting oit the lfaide is heing dotte within the wrecked httllding, with the exception that the stin tytping mcfs'hinery and the presses of the Toledo Times are ieing em- I SPANISH STEAMER SINKS. Oporto, Portual. April 17.--Thei' Stinish stit nier ntno Bernardo, tound froimi IHuelfci for TItverpool, sank off Fin n1tierre. the nestertmost hieiiand of Spain taity. Twenty-one persons were drowned. tiur survivors were landed here h? the steaina'r Portmnao. CONDUCTOR KILLED. Pihitl, oiati., April 17.-- . (. Eflidge, a Denver & Rio Grandi eonduotor, was kiltled this afternoon at thf' union sta tin. li' was crossing the traicks Ia'd did not see an appiouching triin. WHAT DOES PFR WNfSI REALLY MEANC Flowers plucked yesterday, lck in the living room, will not be found as iresh today as those plucked even days before which have been kept protected from the atmosphere and dust. Exactly the sauie thing is trte of cooking fats. Most of them are packed in tubs or loose-covered pails exposed 1 to the air, dust or odors, and they quickly deteriorate in quality. Cotto lene, however, is packed it sealed, air tight pails. No matter how long it is kept, Cottolene is absolutely fresh-"un diiunished in excelletfee, unimpaired strength"-the real meaning of Al worg up given by standard lexicona. 1TereIsNoKim3 Nut Rex! REX is King of all Flour because it serves the housekeeper best. Makes the most deli rcous bread, biscuits and 1 rolls that ever came from an oven. i All that science and skill can suggest goes into making REX the superbly perfect flour. Ask 'your grocer for REX FLOUR.' T Made by The Roy$1 Milling Company Great Falls. Montana BeYourOwn the With K C Baking Powder any housewife can easily make bis cuits, cakes and pastries that sur pass the product of the world's greatest chefs. A trial will prove s that to your entire satisfaction. SEND FOR THE K C Coon's BOOK SEE BELOW A lifetime of pleasant bake-days if you use rr, BAK ING Ounces KC. POWDER for tt' !te It Commoion with the Ntional and State Pure Pood lT.w. 5en for the K C CokslInok. 'u can have i rcop iRIE. The K C Cook' 4 oot., con - t Iinha HO tested. easily-muderecipesm, c t free upon receipt of the colored iI certif ate packed in the 25-crent tun. trod it today. U Jaques Mf. o.. Chicago 20 tI t'I ItI In, li t Lt r. AN URGENT AND INSISTENT PUBLIC DEMAND FOR A TELEPHONE SERVICE WHICH MEETS THE NEEDS OF COMMUNICATION IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE EXISTENCE AND GROWING POPULARITY OF IT THE MONTANA INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE COM PANY. NOTHING LESS THAN A MIRACLE COULD TRANS. t.' FORM A STAGE COACH INTO AN AUTOMOBILE. IT'S THE SAME IN THE TELEPHONE BUSINESS. 1o 7 Montana Independent Telephone Company hei nd The Time NOTICE I The Place It alw present chanmber of corn merce'(t (Iu~rter, canl be rented to The Man IfsI~falI~l('- artes thisorgansation will mov'e to other otflaes. Anyone Now! Today is the time. Is <s Iceni full particuarsa Hoover's Cleaning Woks Chamber.'Cownserce is the ma ng that can clean Bell 67 Ind. 454 eyour cloth &s. Call phone te 043 and be convinced. SHOOVE,'The Clener If y'ou h&aven't the time to Sexercise regularly, .Doan's I Corner Sussex and Queen Regulets will prevent consti. *--- patfon. They induce a mild, IS easy, healthful action of the cb *nte** WhlIci The M****uIan'u bowels without gripin Ask Intereutlng, Find but abq44 it your druggist for e t . 25c.