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Crom eptember 1 1 11, we have succeeded to the insur. mnoe buslness and good will of 8toddard A Price, and will hereafter be tlooated at their old stand, 106.110 last Main atreet. We respectfully solicit a continuance of the good will whieh has been extended to them in the past and aseure the publie that it will continue to be our persistent en delver to provide our customers with the best of servioo n. all lines of insurance. PETTITT & OSBORNE INSURANCE r 106.110 East Main Street. GERMAN PROPOSAL LOOKED OVER FRENCH AUTHORITIES CONSIDER PROPOSITION CONCERNING MOROCCO. Parts, Sept. 1O.--Germany's counter groposal to those submitted by Mrance regarding the settlement of the Moroc can difficulty reached Paris last night. M, De Bolves, the foreign minister, Im mediately, carried the document to Premier Calllaux. The two ministers made a lengthy examination of its cottents and de cided to submit the counter.proposals to specialists on the Moroccan ques tions, notably M. Regault, the French minister to Morocco. Whon they have formed an opinion, the premier will call a meeting of the cabinet, probably Thursday, and lay the whole matter before the ministers for de cisialon. It appears certain that the financial difflculties of Germany are partly the result of the operations of Freqch finance. The German monetary world was caught at a time when it was unable, to resist the sudden hostility of the Paris bankers, who three weeks ago began to cut oft credits which in any way concerned Germany. A good deal of lBerlln paper is held in Paris and considerable by Swiss bankers, which are debtors of the Paris bank ers. When the political situation was taking on a dark phase, as an ordinary measyre of prudence, French finan clers 'began calling in the debts owed by Germany. German embarrassment was immediately perceived and this process was encouraged by the French government as a diplomatic maneuver. A French banker of distinction, who has close relations with the govern ment, returned here Friday from Ber lin, where he has made a thorough ex amination of the situation. There is no disposition among the Paris bank ers to push mattew too far, but they explain that they desire the return of their money at a time when appre hensions concerning the political fu ture exists. Dlstrust among the 'Germans of their own government with reference to finances is, in French opinion, go ing to exercise a strong influence in settling the Moroocan controversy. It is known that the financial flurry has been Intensely annoying to German statesmen. M'CABE TO VISIT MISSOULA. Solicitor George P. McCabe of the department of agriculture will arrive In Missoula this week from Washing ton. His mission here is to confer with the assistant solicitor with the forest service here and to go over the Jaw work of this district. The electric dredges which are cut ting the new stati canal across New York have a capacity of more than 10,000 cubce yards of earth a day. Webster's New Standard ILLUSTRATED Dictionary Coupon The Mlssoullan, September tl Cut out the above coupon and five others of different dates and present it at the Missoula or Hamilton office of The Missoulian, with the expense bonus of 980, which covers the iteme of the cost of paok. Ing, express from the factory, oheoking, clerk hire and other necessary expense items and receive a $4 Dictionary. The $4 Websters' New Standard Dictionary, illustrated, I. bound in full Untp k'ather, fluxible, stamped lit gold on buck and sldce, printed on Bible paper, with red edges and corners rounded: heautiful, strong, durable. Besldes the general contents as described elsewhere, there are maps and over 800 subjects beuutlfully Illustrated by three-color plates, numerous subjects by monotone, 16 Ianges of valuable chlarts in two colors and the late Unlted States census. Present at either Mis.oaullan office six dictionary coupons and the expense 98c nu ........................ ......................... . C +/ :'Y MAIL., SW) EXTRA FOR POSTAGE Address Mall Orders to ;'L.i'aIaIia Publishing Co., Missoula, Montana. ý1sy . ' i w -ý START RIGHT AWAY TO CLIP THE REMARKABLE DICTIONARY OFFER OF THE MIUOULOAN DEMANDS QUICK ACTION. You know how It was arth the º Texan-hle said it wasn't often that ha needed a gt n, but when he did need it, he needed It-very much. That's the way with a dictionary whgn you need It, you need it. The Mlsuoullan Is offering a Web ster's New Standard dlctlAnary, the very latest and most convenient edl tion. The book Is compact and com plete; It contains a wide range of In formation aside from the dictionary feature. It Is copiously illustra.ted. It occupies but a small space on the desk. It is ready at all times and at any time for quick reference. It covers every field. 'Never has this 'excellent edition of Webster been offered in thil section upon terms nm favorable as The Mis soullan now offers It. It Is practically given away. Read the display advertisement this morn Ing and exarslno the terms of the offer. When you have looked Into it, you wºII begin to clip coupons and before long you will present yourself at The SMissoullan office and ask for a book. I)on't delay. Start clipping the ou-. pons this morning. It takes one a day. When you get enough coupons, your book will be reitady for you at The MIn sotllan offlce. BACK GIVES OUT Plenty of Missouls Resders Have This Experience. You tax the kidneys-overwork them They can't keep up the continual strain. The back gives out-it aches and pains. Urinary troubles set In. Don't wait longer-take Doan's ild ney Pills. Missoula people tell you how they act. Benjamin Kron, 205, E. Front street, Misloula. Mont., says: "I have taken Doan's Kidney Pills off and on for some time and can say that they are a reliable remedy. Some time ago I fell off a building and Injured my back and after that I had more or less troutlle from my kidneys. Durlng' the past three ycurs, I have taken Doan's Kidney PIlls whenever my back has become weak, or lame and I I have never been disappointed with the results. I highly recomllluend this rent edy to o,ther kidney aufferers." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. I"'oster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for tile United States. jtRemember the tname-Doan's--and take no other, FANBSCS ARE AOG OVDYER OUTLOOK CHICKEN MEN MUCH INTERESIT ED IN COMING LOCAL SHOW AND STATE PAIR EXHIBIT. There will be a regular meeting of the Western Montana Poultry association at the Chamber of Commerce rooms Tuesday evening, September 13. This will be one of the most Important meetings of poultrymen of the whole season and there will be two urgent mat ters given consideration. The first is in connection wJth the display to Abe made by Missoula county at the coming Montana state fair. Secretary Austin of the associa tion, who has also been made as sistant suporlntendent of the poul try department at the state fair, has promised that the showing from this section will he excellent and the opportunity given the local fanciers should not he overlooked. The second matter Is in connection with the association's own show to be held in Missoula January 9 to 13, inclusive. It is time for these plans to be perfected. The prepar ation of birds for both exhibits will go hand in hand and this offers a chance for a great stimulus to the lndustry in western ZMontana. Harry H. Collier of Tacoma has already been secured as a judge for the local show, the prospects f for which seem most promising. However there Is considerable to be done in connection with both exhibits and a good attendance is desired at the meeting Tuesday evening. d The announcement in The Missonu llan recently concerning the spe - cal preparations made by the mah agement of the Montana state fair to enlarge the poultry department this e year was received 'with much pleasure by fanciers in this section of the state. - The appolptment of L. W. Austin, secretary of the local poultry associa Y tion, as assistant superintendent of t the department at the state fair was e also gratifying and he has Increased t the Interest. Superintendent J. L. s Dorsh, In charge of the state fair poultry exhibit, is sending out letters f to all of the poultrymen who are on n his mailing list and telling of the plans, explaining the premium list and furnishing all the information posel d ble. The following is the last letter that he has Issued: P. "You are 'no doubt so busy watch u Ing those prise cockerels and pullets e develop that you will secarcely find e time to read this letter. Put as these L same prize birds are what we wish it Write iwlut, ,e trust you will he In a terested in what we have to say, "If you are raising birds of this r kind, whether for pleasure or profit, -you want to let other fanciers and the public In general know about them. This being tlhe case you cannot afford to overlook the excellent opportunity offered by the coming state fair to advertise your birds. There never has been, in the history of our state, such an opportune time for reaping a golden harvqst In the poultry business as now. Ybu cannot get your share without advertising attd showing your birds, and now is the time. There k are thousands of new conmers In our state, who will visit the state fair i this fall, and ,ea want to show them a first-class poultry show along with d the other attractive features. "The fair managemert have been very liberal in the matter of cash Sprises, there being nearly $1,600 of fered in the poultry division. The y cash prices are offered on first, sec ond and third in each class. Hand some ribbons are also given designat ing the winners in each class, first, r second and third cock; first, second e and third hen, and the same for cock I erel, pullet and pens. The rules in this division this year r will also allow birds entered as sin s gles to constitute and compete as pens, thus allowing the best birds to win. You need not hesitate about I sending your young stock, as they e cannot bte disqualified for lack of weight until atfer December 1. These rules hiold good regardless of what is siold in this connection in the regular , program and which was printed by Smistake. "With the Improvements that are heing Imade In the Ilultry quarter.s, the facilities for caring for the birds will be more complete than ever be fore, and with competent attendants In charge, you may feel sure that your birds Isll have the very bert c('are and attention. "The awards will be placed by W. C. Elllson of Minneapolis, who is a poultry eapert and a judge of long ex perience. The fair association con esiders Itself fortunate In being able to secure thile services of Ju:dge Elli son In the place of W. 1F. Shoppe of Boseman, who had been selected for the work but who was forced to leave the state at fair thne. There is to be an attractive incubator exhibit, with chicks hatching each day of the fair. Also a mnodel poultry house display, and other new and attractive features not seen before at our state fair poul. try exhibit." A RACE HORSE TRAIN. A train of race horses passed passed through Missoula yesterday afternoon over the Northern Pacific line. The train contained 20 (ars of track animals which were shipped from Anaconda where they have been seen at the fair race meet. They are billed fop Post Falls, Idaho, where they will enter another big meet. WHERE 18 WALLACE? A telegram addressed to G. R. Wal lace and sent to him here In care of the Grand Pacific hotel was received last evening. Mr. Wallace had not made his appearance at the hotel and could not be found. It was understood that the message was an important one and should receive his Inmmodiate #ttention it he is in the city. OiF BRE VITIES Allaway's cafe, opposite postoffice. Charles ,Sqlitvsn of Butte is in the city. . Dr. Ward, Veterinarian. Bell 584-681. Swend Carleon is In "the city from Butte, Royal Cafe. Good eatables. West Main. Stenographer, Dawson, Montana Blk C, J. Kelley is over from Butte on husiness. Dr. Willard, osteopath, 1st Natl. bank 1larsh, the undertaker, Phone 384. W. D. Outman is visiting in the city from Portland. Missoufk Storage Co., C. R. Avery. Hackman transfer office. Tel. 893 Rd. A. Booth of Butte Is a husiness vis Itor in the city. Dr. J. Louise Smith, osteopath, Masonic temple. Phone 618; res. 8lI,R. Dry ilabs, $2.76. Missoula Wood y&rd. B. B. Gage of Butte spent Sunday in the Garden City. Money to loan. George P. Brooks, the real estate man. Dr. J. M. Cassidy of Hamilton spent yesterday in the city. New ton H. Sctwelker, optical spe clalist, rooms 208-206 Montana block. F. B. Potter of Sioux city arrived in Missoula yesterday. Rhoades & Howard, leading fir. Insurance agents, 108 East Cedar. L. L. Long of Ravalll atrived yes terday on "a business visit. I. T. Gardiner, merchant tailor. Room 215 Montana block. ('. S. Rendall of Hamilton was a Sunday visitor in the city. Mrs. Henry Wade Grossberg, vocal Instructor. Bll phonq 1097. Sam D. Gosa of Helena spent Sun day in the ,fty with friends. Phone 33 or 438 Ind for cabs and bag gage transfer.' Green & Elllnghouse. H. A. Wolf is a Missoula visitor from St. Louis, he having arrived Sunday. E. C. Smith was among the Missoula visitors from Bjltte to spend Sunday. Dry cordwood, slabs and edgings, Riberdy Lumber Co. Telephone 743. Albert Evans and wife of Roundup left for their home yesterday after having visited friends in the city for several days., Handy scratch pads and waiter chedks for sale at The Missoullan of flice. George H. Baleley and wife of Spo kane are making a short visit in Mis soula. Handy scratch pads aAl waiter checks for sale at The Missoduian of fleice. Mr. and Mrs. E1ugene Carroll of I Butte arrived here yesterday on a short visit. Touring cars for rent pt both of the Green & Ellinghouse barns. Both phones. Special rates on trios. C. D. Merchant of Butte, well-k'nown traveling man, spent his (lay off In Missoula yesterday. New 5 passenger auto for rent, $2.50 per hour: $15.00 per day. Phone Bell 670;: Ind. 2272. Sldward l. Cornelius of Aberdeen t P. 1)., arrived in Mlssoula yesterday I to make a short stay. When you want the best and quick I oat servhce In the city call a taxicab. Uoth phones 615. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Harrington are in town from Spokane for a few days, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fayette I larrington. Bonner mlllwood at the Interstate Lumber Co., 5608 Tools avenue. Phone 106; Ind. 742. The Ivy Sewing circle of Royal Neighbor camp No. 1535, will meet with Mrs. Larson on Tremont street on Tuesday afternoon. Apple boxes and fruit boxes at the Interstate Lumber Co. Phone 106; Ind. 742. MIss Stewart, Miss Knowles, Miss Smith, Dr. Reynolds and Dr. Under wood of the univereity faculty, re turned Saturday from a trip through Yellowstone park. For first-class livery, transfer or a good saddle horse, call Melaney's barn. Both phones 655. Messrs. Earl ('lark, Harry and Les lie Hayes enjoyed a chicken dinner Sunday, they belng the guests of Mr. and Mrs. ('. B. Lukes at their home, 1108 South Vifth street, west. Mill wood, cut stove length and ready to burn in range or heater without splitting, at the city saw mill. Bell 414, Ind. 424. NEW CITY DIRECTORY. SR. L. Polk & Co.'s 1911-12 directory of Mlssoula and Hamilton, and Mis soula, Ravalli and Sanders counties, Just from the press, is now on sale at The Missoulian office. Single cop ies, S. The largest lifeboat ever built, re cently completed in Holland, is 53 feet long and is driven by a 76-horse power motor, A thin paste of fuller's earth, over which porous paper is laid until it is dry, will remove grease spots' from matting. p K oOee S "- J ... e Beware of Imitation! Every One of Our Corks or Crowns Is Branded To protect our customers we must expose 'the dishonorable methods of unscrupulous dealers who offer inferior beer put 'up in dark -colored bottles the same size and appearance as Schlitz Export bottles , but without label. This imitation is sold as Schlitz Beer, under the pretext that the label has been washed off. To avoid being served with a cheap, inferior beer, please' examine the cork or crown and see that it O is branded like those here shown. Be sure you get what you order and are paying for. °. Phones 1 8 171 Los Angeles Wine Co. r /tII West Main St. ý ,Missoula, Mont. eBDeer v' ThatMade MilwaukeeFamous BOOST SFOR Missoula County Everybody Should Be In terested in the State Fair Exhibit. Charles F. Dalhman of the MIs soula Nursery co. will have charge for Missnula county at the state fair in Helena, whre he will see that all produce is properly dis played, free of charge, the county having appropriated $1,000 for this purpose. Bend Dallman the best you have. 'e will deliver your premium to you. 1. H. McKAY Commercial Photogtapher Viewing, Framing, Enlarging, Develop. Ing and Printing for Amateur. Higgina Bik. Bell phone 925 ICAL IDISc9VERY A Belgian scientist 'has Invented a micrephotographio apparatus for re producing books, documents ang the like on a small scale to save library Ipsc., r 4 OYSTERS at the Central Market ,.he Oyster Beason has com menced again. We have received our first shipment'of the celebrated . SEALSHIPTS which have had such a run with us in the past several years. They contain no chemicals or preserva tives. Try them and you will be convinced of ther superiority and that the old style shipped ones are a thihg of the past. Send in your orders to the Central Market for 8Sslehipts both wholesale aefd retail. Koopmann 0 Wissbrod p. Go to Lolo Hot Springs To spend yopr vacation and Im prove your health. The grrad natural beauties and health-giving qualities of its waters are well known. Fishing is tine. Hotel rates, $2.00 per day; $12,00 per week. Cabins, $1.50 to $4.00 per week. Jtaga leaves Lobo Monday, Wedne day and Friday, making - aonnection with train each way. H. E. GERBER, Manager. Lolo Hot Springs, Montana. REMOVED To 316 Higgins Avenue a Evans Bros.' Trunk Co. e. he ry MISSOUIIAN WANT ADS BRIN. QULICK RiSBULT. ALL KINDS OF LUMBER For the Retail Trade at THE CITY SAWMILL Bring in your bills for estlmatee and look over our stock. Office and yards west of Bitter Root tracks. Polleys Lumber Co. Bell 414 PHONESi 424 lad. CHAS. H. MARSH I!mbalmer and Funeral Director CHAPEL FOR SERVICES. Ind. Phone 428. Bell 821. Residence 219 Blaok. 124 W. Main St. Competent Lady Assistant, M. L. Gulden STATE TAXIDERMIST AND FURRIER. Won Medal at St. Louis. 1115 1lat Aain Street. Missoula ron Works Brass and Iron castinse. Ma.' rai work done to order. Corner Toole avenue and Bitter Root treaks. Wall Phone 41 Islei.c Ild. heone Ud8 30-Passenger Tally-ho-- horses ACROSS THE RESERVATION DalJy Soikedule. Leaves Ravll 6 a.,m.; leaves Pol son, 1 nooa.,j Arrives Posleon, its Iam. arrives Ravalli, 4:46 p, m., via Ronsa and Misiton, T. L. SATEMAN. evel. I Most. 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