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uid.,ndidlvy 4ltiutpped to tdo the m.osut drlff(ltlt work ilt rennon nblb prloe.e. \\'Ve use only ti'l beat of material and take a pride In our workhmnnnhip. o(nle we have d'ne your re pair work you'll not h.vi' It done any w here telse. Try up and ate if. (' 'nnol t Illmo thluu lletae yto. Florence Hotel Building Phone 485 Red. MONEY To Loan on Improved City and Farm Property 84 INTERtAT For three or five years with prlvi lege of repayment of whole or part in two and a halt years. WiNSTANLEY REALTY INVESTMENT CO. Western Montana National Bank Building, Missoula, Mont. I. U. BATEMAN & CO. DRIUGS, BOOKS AND STATIONERY Prescriptions a Specialty 337 North Higgins Avenue Bell 260 Red. Ind. 1655 Rtowland, The Jeweler Watches, bImonds, Jewelry Special attention given to PINE WATCH REPAIRING 114 East Main Street. Stationery Blank Books, Loose-Leaf Outfits, Card Indexes and Offileo upplies. Agent for IUnderwood Typewriters. All the Latest Novels and Gift Uinoks for sale. J. W. LISTER 104 East Main Street. INSURANCE II IIE-L i IE-ACCIDENT (IOOD HEIRV.It', (1OD COMPIANIES Peckham, Pettitt & Osborne 108-110 East Main Street. Window Glass -AT SIMONS 812 Higgins Avenue. Union Iron Works 615 West Main Street. Independent Phone 1640. Bell 1068 Black. General Foundry and Machine Work PLACE YOUR ORDERh NOW FOR COMMON U BRICK Standard Lime & Brick Co Interstate Luuhbt~r Company 508 TOOLe AVENUE Bonner Millwood in 10-lnch lengths (dry), per Ian ................4.50 Owl Cr vek ''oul. Ior t ........ $iL.00 Bear c'ri ele ('Ioil, I'r tom ...... ..,00 Rocky Fork Coat, per ton ....50 PI'ONIE, BELL 109, I 4b. 7r. ý ... lb.vým K _ -_ Th', hlnter e'inh oft the Missnult mid i\inter wolf earely diiturhtd yesterdty milortling by a flicker MOiNINGO ,I tier' cedlge' of the b'r. EMZE8 strml wVhith raldiated fromI tie' region iof the K't irkes. i ,erardling tio the fnreeret ,tf the w.etltthIer inll. The storm, how •e \,r1, ha(d not been eXpelcted here, as it \va tired'cted on11ly fr thie region wit\hhi I thllousand miles of the lakes. .\ hlt ofr it stra.ied tlover th ane rangant tMek .lst ll hby scurplrise shut It liidn't ring with it the dPescent ofi tI rtlerrilri' which uffilcted east-side distllricts alnd Iothte zero murk was not i11 nctng,.r over bhere. t intemplating the t'i rl ii whhil h We dlil have fur ait few htrs, the. Meln AboIt Tow ll rfound .,nrfort InI ti' tholught that we are utsih tihe thotnutind-mil- e limit, It wi l-n't cild hblt it mlost be tadmitted that thlle wind did hikow. It was a sllf'gesilon, at least, of what vhas going In inlldell the thousanld-lnle raldius nulh the suggestiion ca entough. He w\1 tie .ioiuht wliter hcd no dlffh'il'ty in finding It ye''sterdally mlornilg. Itsplltc the stllrm, the boys ,) he dle i\tr Tihe Min tlsilan we're right ion rtrl the Jobt ys'ttcrdriny SPLENDID iorMng and they aE'tVICE pllliingcld c1it tito thlie h ind with thteir Ilcndo ats cheerily etI if It were May3. 'Thelt' record of delivery was Kgold; thllere were' few (cirllpincltits about the lerv lctt yesterdiay and there were sliml plctrins whic were appreciative and"l thoullghlKtfull n'lltghl to telephlclloe to ' hei M.lr'Aeiiiliait offle'ie wordsi of acpprcl\vtl of thel service' of the hoi'R. t (tine of these mlessagese tlenln frl'len r am'cty up the IlttleStnucke, tnld another elnllce front tile othier endl of the city. Thiese repl reweitt the ,extremnle lilitlt ai the dle liver'y service. Ind the tpeplhe who, got their plpers l ilet '0n tilhe edge of the city had reisonel ito feel' artistled for it Wrein roulgh traveling be'tween, 4 alllt . .,'irll'k y'esteretlday morning. Thle tnln who pleks upi his newsp l'aper in thile Ilmorning andl reads it comfortably at hill bhr(kfnst tore not often sItoep to thinkl of the' effort involved In getting it to him. But there we're soime tpro pIe yesterday who did think of it und were thoulghtfttl enough to say so. All of which is napprectlatedi by the iboys alnd Tile Missoutllhln. Hllt tIle .storml lifted snon. Noon foullnd the Walks pre.tty well shoveled tlnd tile tentlleratulre SHOPPERS higher, while the wind FARE OUT icadi irgl,cttcen tile way over to western Mon taItnta. Thei ' 111r ing spit' . of thle wcel thsi Ir eTnlt halld eviIentliy Iall'Sed citi the i'crinking o f hies ictffe and he li w~u a very dtlce'nt scrt Icf c'hap tilhe rest Iof thel dny. The alfternoon found the shopptie'rs out it goodI 11aturday firc'e andll the stlores weire' alive with ther. 'There rir tlcit t11t to indlllccute thallt the wnllt iattrlmln of the winter illhad ibeern swcrc.pintg never the cilty. It w11c (alc miud' ipleIsant and the Sntclrlday beu ernt hird their e'ltoinrllyr' silree. The country ftlk were noIlt as strengly repre'tnte- Is utuaii on 1'cetureaty lcut there were Ic ctl glKiod tmanyll ofit thelt hin cciWn dutring Ilthe afternoton, The \,twoodhaillerls tIhrongedi,' inll tih their rtckt of fuel c111and the etill i tt1ite hlstledh )to dell'vr ithe ori1ders whilch the phonerc lhr lglet front hoertusehlidhs whlth the sltr iladEi takeln runaware. It W.tInn't sull very dlffierenl itt i r y tll ter llt iIllock in tllhe morning.llll . r t ' crwl dow'n Icc it,.isIcI , frt' iti. i-1ct iri ' c rii' m klllek' it letil nlllt to (,liel ipi InriV sorti of Witelihrr. In tllher 1,oW ihontlrlllll, tll tsr the I0:lks were c'l ntm frtble ali slncg yesterdiay; lthul wiho h ave. ic Heit ELKS ARE urday heilihday foiund ALL COMFY pleavlh retr ine the' readlingl rom lll l llcti thle Iillatrd hal l nd in , ti.ll evening thi errwl wlls'lall'ger than uutis1c l. The n''w' ralnIlts ire proi'i'ig liOpular with the 100 o men' who weullr ilthe Lnthered l hidge atndl ithere are inicny planl s afot11ii for tlltk Intg the ItlIK- hleadentte1ters morn en'* .i, yablel thull thiey lare now. Therel Will -be Boince tinftrtnal functionrs dur Ig thle winiter. ExaCltled Ituler lthoa.lde tut paI nernd t1t Elks' dilce ait least sltlce it month this winter and there nIr Ic ccl).t tIti tilre h,c'llt letl icclih.h t ''c here to be stein partlies, at shi't uch 11membe'ilr willy I1t1ve 11,t Io venlIr Stetlin for the adornmeni t Iof tIhe cc fll , ioif tilte uillding. llter there ,will hi laldles' ildays in whie the suvll e tnh l'uIft will be laitetec All ofl thee lpiatllll i be workeld iout ac stluedl'y as theilr de 1lils cain he eruncllgeti 111and the wliter rm',liserhs t e b crheery ai t Isll l'1ki' bikne' iulhiltg Ihe.e hlys; itc't urc illany l ) ,' lel h wcilcl rice t RIOADES t. seee the blldin lilg cr P:RA IIED c tit ilnwcet it I tii reC it I'c't frtlly than ivwas lcessilhh III t11 hi 11he ciiy c tie eio i Cml d iet tili. AII re thec' ie l-er r'tiIItcrc, ar wcll 1cc: tiheiN wrie ltre'e'cdiil ttie'i, cire roild ih thler i t Iillact 'f c lx itelld tulttlr IJlthint cii ciric 'ed the llenlpicellrln w'llhich retuElteed in tlhe romilclenioe lt nd tli he llrtrcllehirg rf thl buildilng. As m11ttil'e of 't1ct, ticeri' wcrete not titcieiy Iteolle 'whir ri' ellicd what a ceplel Mt'd ttuc'ttr wiIs trilng erected while the work iras gr. icIt eri. Thec'e cere' nut 11tu.', ev'e'it ice , who rect1ile whillct en tl'llre ,lir tlle . cllefo wi cc's involverd iI cattrrytig ietherigh the ,Ian,. It la well thiy rio ret ftr Jim fthoeadec' heaIel wcthl lie compIctely turnpd ii'c't'e they to kneIow cli he has donnr. Ac it ke, he it re ceviing sich pittlse ci iii t rlcse't the citl pl cisi' of 1c t riinnlarnilty tite1n. lI-e takel i all calnlny and diereri's hl eii erty ihr clhc''c11ci ir thie phllti cwileith IrS he: for klitclntre lih, tirnhitnitig i Hii ee - Notice. ceo.11 ec 1 ti c l+ cecellis eor h tte hiy ici-i' ink' ct 12lcc' tire' it erion Jltncar,' 1,i 12,cc will ;letcie relcrir Mi ricer to Elks' uiidlltdig init they iceccy ftlcd o ne'tlce,, * JAMICS M. RIHicADI.15'i, , ii, SECURE When you have a prescription or recipe compounded It is a atitll faction to feel that it is put up Just right and that yont can be sure of results from it. That sort of a feeling elutse among those who bring their pre erlptions to our modern prescrip tlon department. The best drugs and the most careful attention from competent registered men always. Missoula Drug Co. Wholesale and Retail Druggists. Missoula, Montana. YOUNI ER ET AHAVE SI;l OWEN H. ROWLAND CAMP IN STALLS OFFICERS AND EN JOYS SOCIAL SElSION. Cnamp Owen H. Rowntland, 'nlteld Span Isl War Ve'terans, e'nJoyeId one ,of the bet ll eelings sinfe its organization at ,the fEgles' hall last night, the' oeea eion being the installation of officers. The business session was ia snmall part of the evening's entertainment, how ever, for elaborate planns had been made for a big time and things worked to the iperfect satisfacition of all (o0n cerned. The Installation wea con ducted by Department ('ommandir Hedges andl the cereemtony wayI Im pressive. Then the campll was ad Jolurned by the new camnp eomlallder, Charles E. Dodge, and the veterans forthwith proceeded to refresh them selves, there having been ani abundance of all kinds. coldors and mises of things to eat and drink pre pared. P. C. Mulroney carried through his peart aa toastmaster like the master veteran at the art he is, and called forth numerous splendid speeches. Will Cave. James Wallace, William Nlppe, Charles )odge, Lou Kennedy, Charles Hedger. J. T. H. c(tmeron and several others respond ed to the toasts 'which he proposed. Then there were several athletlc events of interest in which John Mc I'bnvillle, Johnnie Richards. ('hnrles Adelson and Crporal McBride of iFort Miemoula participete'dl. Prank Stevens of Company K of Fort Missoula did a contowrtion act for the veterans whiech was le the professional class. He also sang several smngs. The vet eran's quartet rendered several "soloa" and was still singing merrily at a late hour toa good audience. The meeting called out a big crowd of members from the city aend many from out of town. The Itter Root valley wacs especially well represented. The following officers 'were In stalled: t'harles E. Dodge, comr manlder: Jamels M. Osborne, senlor vice commander; John McCOrthy, Junior vice commander: J. T. H. tameron, adjuttant; H. II. Montgom ery. quarternaster; lFrank L. White Ihed, officer of the day: Fred Rel bold, officer of the guard; John O. Moe, chlapllin; I". . ",Parrell, color sergeantt. CARVER'S MOTHER DEAD. A tele'gran was rev'ivedl yesterday 'from Officer EM.M. c'rver who left some days ago for I"orest C'ity, N. C., where he wes calledl on account of the Illness of hils mnother, statIng that the illness 'land proved fatal, His mother died yesterday. Mr. C'arver will leave the soulth for home Tuesday. PRESIDENT ARRIVES FOR INSTALLATION Julius (irels, grralnd preisdent of the Montana Sonls of lHermnnn, arrived in Missoula last eve'nieng on the Butte local. Mr. Grels Is fronmn Shleridan and has come 'to Mlsaoula for tile plurliose of installling the recently'elected of fliers at the meeting of the orlder whlld i to be held at eo'elock' this evening. Mr. (Irels Is' well known toe call of the members of the lchwl lodge' and his advent will do much to makee the meeting this evening ae success. Barber & Marshall GOOD THINGS TO EAT. Bell Phone 20, Ind. Phone 420. Absolutely Pulre "A. P." bralnd SUGAR SYRUP with the Maple Fllver .Lwelter thaIn sugar, with the flav\or of the pllre mnple, ut cheaper. Anieoll un, e cce h 30 Meldulm, con,e e'h .o61 a rge emc erich. l'1 10 Just thie aIw leenig frl" tho ht - 'etke, ite ho) t blu(l illl I th, warro.l Barber & Marshall MirtIrNG OF ITTitrr StE is HELD ANoD ii' ARE t0o S RECmlVED IN HIGM SCHOOL. Last evenitl the City school hoarc, the cotmty board Rt4t the parents' coin mittee met in the taoom of the cham ber of conmmerce for the purpose of ar riving at name deplltoa;in regard to the midwitTefV clasA, ,Wlah is sonn to he graduated front thet ward schools. The session was entirely amlcahble in every respect. There was a slight flnreup over the question of whether the city hoard had been notified of the county hoard's decision not to accept the midwinter class thi year, but, with thist exception. everyything went off nicely and the decishda reached was arrenable to all presert. There is no doubt but that the grade school grad untes will be accepted by the county school, hut the action will not estab, lish a precedent and the grade schoolsl will make arrangements In the future, so that they will not have a midwinter class to turn over to the high school. After Chairman l0vami of the county board and J. P. Lansi4t. chairman of the parents' comniittese had procured a scuttle of coal and built up the fire, Mr. lAlnsing alled the meeting to or der, He asked Chairlman Peant of the city hoard to state his side of the ques tion. Mr. Peat stated that he was not In Ia position to say anything, as the matter had never been brought before the city hoard officially. Rid. J. Cof fee conculrred in this statement. A. J. Violette. seeretnry of the county board, took the floor and gave it review of the county hoard's side of the qcles tion. 1He showedt the finanntiall condi tion of the hlligh school anid the diffl culty that would be explerielnc'ed in finding roonm to lccommodate tile new pupils He stated that thll enonty enmlmlllnlltoners had reduced their ttlnd, which was barely sulfficient tn ailow the tuilliding of the necessary additions to the schn'lot hy nhoult $4,000 nnd that it would bhe Impossblhle forl the hoard to Incure the additional expense. Superlntendent J. U. Williatm re viewed the history frr the midwinter class and stated that if the tboard had been notified far enough In advance it could have arranged so as to do away with It, Principal Stejer of the high school was next called on for some in formation and It developed during the course of his talk that the high school could accommodate the extra pupils by stretching things- a little. and It then simmered down to a matter of the financial end. lhe county board did not desire to pay the monuey which the admission of the ptupJls would ne cessitate. It was thoulght that if the students were admitted it would be necessary to hire another teacher. The whole matter came much clnosr to solution when Rid. Coffee stated that as far as he was concerned the city btnard would pay the cost of another tern'her, provided the county would take the class this winter W. R. Glasscock brought the meet Ing to a close by offering a motion to the effect that the chairman of earh board appoint n comnmittee to confer In regard to the matter and that the two committees be given power to act. His motion almost brought the meet ing to a close, but not quite, as it was remarked by Secretary ylolette that the majority of the county board lived outside the city and that it would have to be consulted in the, matter. After considlerable ~onre distcssion, the par ents' cotmmittee was aiseured that the children would be eared for and the meeting adjomrnedl C'hairman Peat then appointed ill. J. Coffee, J. B. Henley andl J. (I. Amlirosqto act as the committee from the qity board, t'hcairman Evans huis not yet appointed the representatives froml the county hoard. STAJE EXAMINATIONS COMING THIS MONTH Rtate examLnatiolon for Missoula county pupils finlishng the eighth grade this soelleter III hbe held Thurs (lay and Friday, January 18 and 19, in the assembly room of the foolevelt school. The prolran give cilvics at 9 o'clock Thurslday moIrning; history at 10:30; grtmmn:r at 1:30 o'clock In the afternoon and readintg at 3 o'clock. On I'riday, arithmletlc copmes at 9 o'0lok In the mornnlg: spelling at 11 'o cloc'k: Iphysilogy at 1:10 II the aft Ierlnooni uland g(ourophy rlll, t 3 o'clock, MISSOULA PASTORS WORK IN MIIGAN 'rthe News I (craid of ironwood, Mich.. hIs the ilc('tunt ,of' Ith, dedlcation of the First Methodist chutrch of that ity. lte(v., W 1. (',.t ome, vwho wags iu:etor of tih First .tI. lC. hurch or Missoula from 1.I:: I, 1895, hI In c'h rt'. Rte. 1t.v . 'I'. ('. Ilif, a former Ipstor of the IntuI c'h'rh, assisted Ini ith deida tiottn, sleric ,es. CHILD DIES. Jamels E., the four-mronthslold son 'of Mr. and Mrs. c'llrlote 1r Anderson of (trans Valley, died ridauy aftM'noon at 5 o'clock, lie w\\ the ascotnd of twins to cdie. Thei funerail wNi be held Monday afternoa fit 2 ,'clock from the Marsh chapel. Interment will he In the Missnoul cemetery and Dr. J N. Mnclean or the Prcshytoidlan ehturchl will officiate. Prof. Plscher, violin and piano les cone R03 a 4th. Rail lils rranlls GoodframiBiMndlg, For sale, or will trade for team work. MISOUILA OQR4Mkl Y 401 West Cedar, +lJ IlULE OP POLTIIY A.00A7TIQI0 It 4IY PLAMINLY Vrw4ib IN PREMIUM LIST. On page 1 bf the pr^mlum list for the. first annual poultry show to be given by the Western Montana Poultry asslliaUton ehre this week there ap. .pearp ~, PArpatingnt,,Ipaeigrph signed by the secretary under the heading, ' Notice to ENnhlhitors," which ghould be read and heeded by all fanclers In* tending to display birds at the show. Pecretary Austin has, been reco.i..g letters every day this week asld the very question that thfi. paragra h in the premium list was Intended to anmWr, In fact, most of the inqpiries receilled concerning the rules of the show .are plaiply an s in tae nrftisanlit ilgt, and,· i,ý would ** dit teifatte thg od, I e book*. 'let ohoe citrsertfyu.it~. wouldt pw the sectltary a g.cat duel. et troplIe ann tlhre wotut4 not lie iiv', ~que.eo nas to, the statements beinsg m , ,for all in the premium" list are otlbial. The imr ný Nw. T'he notice to eatitors rAtl.ared to above It one oonce l.dttthe 4Rte and hour when all .eivtie, for thtA show must be In -the show esoom to entitle them to. compete ftr premiums and prizes. 'be notiee ireade as follows: "All exhibi4 must be in, the show room by mlda.iht, MIonday,. January 5, 1912, unles delayed on route. Entrles should be made on blanks furnished by the nasociation, and must be re eelv'ed by the show secretary on or before 6 p. m., Monday, January 5. This rule will not be broken for any cause or for any person. We have placed the time of closing entries so late that everyone can make their entries at the regular time without any inconvenience whatever. Cash poa0 itively must acctompaly entries-they will not be entered otherwise. The hall will be open to receive specimens January 9, and birds should reach here on that date if possible, as the show will be cooped and weighed ready for the judges to begln their work Tues day noon. The hall will be open to the public Tuesday morning. All ex press charges must be prepaid. Make all remittances payable to L. W. Austin, secretary-treasurer. PEAT AND MI'IDNALD MOVEOFFICE POLICE HEADQUARTERS I NOW ON GROUND FLOOR OF CITY HALL. Commissioner Pent and Pete McDon aid were busy people yestirday after noun. They superlntended the trans fer of polletP headquarters from the old fire hall to the new city hall, where they have chased Engineer Buck out of this front :onm. The location Is a good one and will prove .much better than the former pollee headquarters. In the basement of the buildlng, six iron cots have been installed and they will be used for the purmose of "sleep Ing" any deserving people, who are without a place to spend the night. Judge Small If now alone In his of flice and it seems quite lonesome there. 'Phe telephone numbers at the police station have not been changed, but Jumige Small's office thus been given a new number. Right on that tele phone number Is where the judge balks. He' says that he doesn't mind loilng the company so touch, but that ,when he caulled up the telephone offlce to find out his new number, they told him It was No. 23. COME RIGHT IN. If there is anyone for whom I have made portraits who is ~ot entirely sat tIfied. I want them to come right in and tell me so. I'll give them one or a dozen lttintgs absolutely free until they' re pleased. It does not matter whehetr the portralts were the highest priced or the cheapest that I make. All Imust he in every tway to your liking or I do not want you to keep thllem-anth you aret the sole judge. 'T'here will be no attempt to convince you that you like sonwthing that you know that you do not. Now, there is no catch to this. You will not be asked to phlate another order or anything of that sort. I simply want to emphasiuse tile fact that mily guarantee follows all nmy work for all timne--not Just until it is delivered and paid for. I want every person in western Montana to realize that when I guarantee my work to please and give satisfactlon I mean It. Pleaue remember that whenever I do your portrait work it must be to your liking or you will not be asked to receive it. My studnl is run on the principle that you have a right to get just what you pay for, and I am here to furnish it. MUTtRAY B ROWN, Photongrpher to Particular People. Higgins Avenue, Next to lBridge. CARD OF THANKS. We derlre to thankthe friends and neighbors who so kindly usesite us Itfter the death of our wife and mother, aIso do we thank the Sons pf 1Hr. mIann and those who gave the beau tiful floral offerings. (01tNRClE STEINMIlI.4CR AND lAM* ILY. When you want a reliable medlclne for a cough or cold take Chamberlain's t'outh Ienae4y, It can always by depended Upon and. i pleasapt and safe to take .'Fr sale by all dealays. aiq alt his reopen g t.. hq s riitlt" test ffIVIQO**wttý,' ,.O Semi- Annual Sale is on in full swing. .stonishing values that r are bound to bring Sots of ladies. Comet The :!D opportunity is rare. . ntire stock reduced; Come and get Your share. ROOSEVELT TO GIVE ENTERTAMENT MUSICAL AND LITERARY PRO GRAM FOR MONDAY EVENING IN LOCAL SCHOOL. Another on of the musical and lit ervry entertaThments no deservedly wopular amnng friends and patrons of the Missoula schools will be given to morrow evening. This time the pro ram will be rendered by ,pupils of the tooevelt ni6hool at 8 o'clock Monday evening in the Roosevelt assembly hall. All who care to attend are cordially invited. The numbers on the program are: "Fheiryland Waltz" and "An ehored," school chorus; "Stars of the Summer Night" and "Barcarolle." girls' glee club; "The Red Scarf" and "The Nights," school chorus; "The Faries' Moonlight Dance" and "The Fairy Revel," girls' glee club; "Morning In vitation,", school chorus; reading, "The 84y Pilot;" Owen, Mary Idvans; Owen's challenge, Aubrey Leahy; Owen's canyon, Gae Pritchard; Canyon flow ers, Margaret Wlckes; Opening of the Swan Creek church. Lester Grill; The Pilot's last port, Ralph Bell, "Let Love Undying," school chorus: '"God's Sen tinels" and "Rest," girls' glee club; "A Day on the Water." schdiol chorus. Ac companists: Beatrice Inch and Dor othy Wilkinson. BOY SCOUTS COINVNE AT THE BONNEY HOME The Presbyterian Troop, Boy Scouts of America, held a rousing meeting a: the home of W. H. Bunney on Friday evening.. Thirty members were pres ent and were entertained by Mrs. Hun ney after the close of the meeting. The annual election of officers wuas held, Lester Cochran being chosen president; Rodger Trafford, vice presi dent; Alfred Farmer, secretary. and David Roberts, treasurer. It was Jdo elded to appoint a committee on inl tiatlon. Archie Little, John Toolk and F"red Holenbock were c':0osen to net ir: this committee. PRESS AGENTS TALK OF THEIR SHOWS At the leis. An exceptionally good program will be showr, at the popular Isis theater this afternoon and evening.l Ist com posed of three hlgh-c'assed dramay and two right-speedy comedles l- eading this fine 'bill will be "The Plahemnald of Bally-Davld." It is a tale of an Irish fishing village. Ktihleen, the .aughter of an honest fisherman, meets Henry, the son of a New York broker, who is on a tour through the Emerald isle. Believing the stories of the handsome stranger, the pretty, lit tle. Irish lass gives her heart Into his keeping. Kathleen's father, returning from the beach, sees the two lovers embracing, On Kathleen's return home he upbralds her and tells ..her i she must have nothi.g more to de with the stranger, that be Is far abaove her in worldly possesslons anditat their acqualntap~ e can come to lm gooC end. Believing fpe.' father l s .dj.At i his judgment,. she becomes aigry end de iedes tq go to AmerJ and searoh out Gro. ' and Prosv~s We ace sellin 'the co or two cords for $11,0, Why pay $i,Ld per topn tfr coal when yoy . can buy wood- at tihe 'b . kourm rios • . O 7111 LOTS, Goth . 5$oaes, south Thirn Stret; A Tempting Morsel For breakfast or dinner Is one of our Juicy beefsteaks. It is ap petiling, delllcious and nourishing, as only such high-grade meats as we carry can be. Leave your order for beef, mutton, lamb, veal or polk with us, and we will serve you promptly and with prime, Juicy meats at bedrock prices. VALLEY MARKET 003 Woody Street. Bell Phone 423. Ind. Phone T775 HENLEY, EIGElIAN& CO GROCERS 115 Higgins Avenue Bell Pla.ne 87. Ind. Phone 474. 'The best of everything in the market Take Your Prescriptions Smith's otU* Store 20-Passenger Tally-Ho-I Horses Across the Reservation DAILY SCHIDULt Leaves Ravalll 8 a. m.; leaves Poal son 8 a. m Arrives Poison 2:30 p. m.1 arrives Rstvall 2:30 p. m.. via. Ronan and Mission. T. L. BATEMAN, Ravelli, Mont. her Yankee swe.'tJeart. We see her on the rear deck of the steamer as she takes the last view of her old home. We then get somne very good views of the oceann We nlso see 'Kathleen .land in New York-her fruitless search for her Yankee: then the story W.lds. its way toward a very pleasing en4lng of how the little Irlsh lass reaches her old home again. It is a very pleasing stor.1 throughout and everyone will like It. "A Nicotine Conspiracy" .s the next to he shown. Smokers who have been where they wanted a smoke and 'ouhldn't get It will appreciate the fun in this film. Her father didn't like the doctor, so they put up a joke on him. When the father took her away from c villliation, the better to circum vent the doctor, she stole his cigars. The dootor' arrives and bleins smok Ing. The old gentleman Is in a fever of desire for a smike. At the right time the doctor .haids over a cigar. The result is a weddi. The fun In this story lies in th. f*afots of the old gentleman to get alotg Without a smoke and the way the dqetpr handled the situatiou. 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