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Cal. WAV l W1I' $IW'44 PRlQM RAe1' * º;OF lVI$ION TO Thi+weather yesterday along the ra~lpoads lwa what might be termed freis1aie. There was one thing that still remained the same, however, and that"'WaL. the delay to trains, oeca '4pllned by the storms in tho Dakotas and Minnesota. The weather reports received at the local railway offices show that the cold zone Is shifting from the east end of the division to the western extremity. Blomsburg,. coldest of the cold, sent in a jeport of two degrees above sero and Helena registered 11' above. Zero weather wva the ofder of the day at Milssoula and from Missoula ;west. tle ther mometer registered lower. The ,Mil waukee received a report from Deer Ledge that .the temperature there was 10 betow sero'a-t noon and 17 below the cipher at 7 o'clock in the morning. There INit lelwind on the Job. The delaT to trains is about the same" as it was Sunday. All traffic from the east Is delayed and some of the eastbound traiha are sliding he hind. The M)lwa0kee Is doubling Its tralas and running some of Its delayed ones as second sections of other de layed trains. JUtnes Brown, clerk in the train master's office of the Northern Pueflic, hadi+ddhe one good deed if. be never ,'i, .'0q accompUsh another. While ( Mr. iolt&et, ' the ,htehf diatCe)her, wap oicupyvng the room now used as trainmid.er's office, the block uwas' )hung' bii'agalnst'.the eeilig, so that nco olnebut Mr. showalter: could reach it. As a consequence, the only way to tell the time was to secure a steplad der and swing back the glaus cver Ing, which had been rendered opaquc by the accumulatlon of much dust. James put in several hours of hard work yesterday and now the time, ihs one of the easiest things there is to tell In tile tralnmastqr's heudlquarters. Tralnmaster Mulchior of the Puget Sound, left yesterday for a trip over the east end of the division. Rond Foreman E. B. LQVan of the Northern Pacific camd in from, tterrl son Sunday for the pufpose of vialst g.yWKsitth friends In the city. Walter Hill, son of the rVi4irtl mag ,i itrlfl m t s - gri t ula In '7 - ,e . a f - ` hp e, cap ed LP IHt. ~art of the ili on an l *ePr InhiU' !Jelflf Wbranch. I . ' Bbonk r ; Dolermnkerit re th. .:.·ti.oolS ., lg, , or his. father. ZIcr. 1,1 1; f j.y ,-+ 1". ,,r . .." ""',. .wi, Morrillles, traveling freight and p.M senger a.t.t on' this division of the Northern Pacific, has returned to Butte after spending a few days Jn Missoula on business. Brakeman T. IC. Drury of the North ern Pacific left Sunday on a trip to the coast. He will return to Mis soula by way of Kansas City and St. Paul. Brakeman R. F. Greenleaf of the Northern Pacific reported for work yesterday, after a short leave of ab sence, taken on account of sickness. El. N. SAoore, travellng freight agent for-the Alaska Pacific gtea n5lp com .''pany, arrived in the' tlt .. No.' 4 ,": yesterd y morning and spei..the day ',.bare on business. Mr. Moqze's head quarters -J in 'Spokane:.''. Here is a remedy that will cure your co01, Why waste time and motey ex perlinenting When you can get a prep aration that has won a world-wide reputaton by Ita cures of this disease angd can a)ways be depended upon. It Is known everywhere as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and In a medicine of reas merit. For sale by all dealers. Websres ~New $luOar4 Dkloniiy ConUn Qus ,t th $v iJ~ nd five others of difrarnt date. and puieoelt It e' tli# Mtius t or Hamlton effis of The Mlioeullan, with kp4 cplee bOhws. of, No. wMoh~ ovors the Rtone of th* ooet'of peek. )P#, proc fcsm Rh f.o 7, ohookr i g, ollrk hire and, Mu.. neesepory ,apIH, $,me,. onid rov "4 Dictionary. Ala ;44 Woe$. Now itsard Diotionary, Illustrated, t~ bound In fuU p idther, flexible,, rtem in told on bWoc and .44..., printed an wb ibopIr ith w~d odt.S asnd 06flaerU. rOunded: beeu*~Jtltul, trong31 3*Si deMa. the tnpral aodsteanta.s 4soesribod *Ieowhi. thore nd d over. 00 sU)ajots boa'it~UiIy Ilustratad by twbre-ooloJ ~4 aurie rouu eub$.ctqk mnq atone, 14 i gom yeg i ugsa oba e s ,colors rind the United' Sltudtates Pres ent * rlrtw her ·ItbMFan offilce ale dictionary eoueeor rrs ' and r "e tso Ing NY MAIL,,aq WTRA FR 'PQ* TAGS / Etr*MUW Y04m.o lI tA)i LWAY p Ybl itAy 4Ott out WIT.IN, A Mi01 `. Han Fran.oo,o .ean. 3.-A s.i( IA thetio strike of more than $O0,OOq members of the Federated ltaliroa Shop Employee to be, lle w tiia month and, p8biWy, Withifla#1V :W* was predioteI toda' b. 'lhet .. RegUin, prelident of the Federate Shop IEmployes of the Harrimap lined. The. strike, he sad, will include every Oad In Texase, the Depver & Rio Grande and the Hipt linq, and, pOs sibly, roads In the east thag.A'e memr bers of the General Managers' amo clation. According to Reguin, plans for this sympathetic strike have progressed to the point where only the formality of taking a vote remains. Of the result of this vote there is no doubt, he skid. "The strike on the Harrlman .lines,. said Reguln, 1~tr reached the stagb where the roads would be compelled to deal with the employee were it not for the samistance )rceived from other roads. Before the strike there was an ironclad rule that one road twould not take rolling stock trpan another road unless that stock wa ts iR first-class condition, but now, anythlfi is ae cepted, and union teeinIn th shops of roads not directly involvo.r in the strike are compelled to. rp4li4lr the rolllng stock of the Harriman lilnes. "We figure that once these roads now tenililtg ! t ag ti th*, Harri ndan*i'tik have tfnu'bles of tbilr own, the Ilarriman lines soon wilt capitu Inte. The subject Ot a syi*pathetid atrik'e has been under conyideration for a l'ing time anid the decision to take a vote came only as a last re sort. "The strike probably will be called froml (chieago." Regain is considered allied to the more radical wing of the shlopiOen. COAST CONDITIONS ARE. VERY BAD SNOWWALL :,8: UNPR RC0ENTEE D,' ACCORDING TO TERMINAL, .N-, SPECiOR' M'CU I. .GH. Terminal Ins ectur J, T. MgCulough of tWe Norlbern, Thaci ic arrived in te city, yesterlaI,tr.n oa 4tIi. 49 t ha coast. Mr. McCullolgh aayay ,hast business on the coaat.su practically Oqt a standstill pad that it has besl asbmq. time sone he he seen conditions am, quiet as theyare at the preient';t(Ie.-, When asked in regard to the future, Mr. McGullough said that the buslpeas men on the coast.looked for:thingi to open up a little about January.20. hut that if the. present weather continued thi. coast traffle would Iwe paraL&zpd. "The S. P. & S. railroad is priac tically nut of commission right now," said Mr. McCullough. "There are three trains on that road Whlcn are snow hound within what you might call a stone's throw of Portland. The Cas cadees are fairly staggering under their load of snow and a Ohinook wind would mean a washout such as the coast country has not seen for a long, long time. They are not prepared for such heavy, snow in that soction of the country and it matnes it so much harder to keep the traffic moving. Superintendent tRapelfe on the Idaho dtvision has a kind of a snowplow, but it is snowed in. If they art getting the snow. In that sectlon of the coun try that is failing here tonight, the condition will -be serious in a short time." ALLEGED BURGLAR HELD. Livingston, Jan. 8.-fRobert Berg was arrested here today on a charge of burglary, said to have been committed In Weaublau, Mo. He Is being held here penclinv the arrival of an office) from Missouri. *AIN 6I N qaOSftI yp.oIt. T41p railways whose returns are t I cIu4ded In this bulletin operate 318,! muile of lil, or about 91 per cent, all tie tssam, l.tilwy mileage in tl 1Uniled ..tis. The total operat rlsenrus lor the enonth of Octobr, 19!, ssnoupted' to 452,214,8179. This! Itelatde revenue from freight and pau seagper traffic, from carrying mail and eIpress, and fIom misceJllaneous -orurees. Compared with ()ctoher 1910, the total operating revenues of these sailways show an Increase -of $1,I88, 367:' That this Increase was due exs elusively to the Increase in mileage of these roads in 1911, as ncompared lth 1910, is proved by the tact that when reduced to a' per mile basls for the .tvo years, total operating .evenuesl show a decrease. Thus total operat tang revenues per mile of line amnounted to $1,180 In October, 1911, and $1,188 lh October, 1010, a decrease for 1011 of 86, or .7 per cent. The table shows that this decrease in operatlng revenues re srited from decreases both In freight and in passenger revenues. Operating .expenses, swhich include all the costs of maintaining track and equipment, operating trains, seouring traffic, and of adminiutration. amnount.' ed to t$11.405,726. This was $846.l82 less than for October 9la0. fOperatlnl expenses per. mile amounted to $72, compared with $785 In October, 1910, Th@l represents a decrense of $12 pee mille or 1.0 per cent, which was due to decresdsea in all the primary operat ing expense accounts except trafflc ex penses. • In' the cOst of mafntainlng Way anid'structures, that It,lrack and buildings, tlhdre Was a de(reaRRe cornm phed : with October, 1910; of 34 per mlle,.bl 2.4 .ir',ent: In. thelcort ot maintaining equipment Ia drlerreae of 63 per mile, or 1.9 per cent: in the coat of conductlng tramlnsportatlon a de crense of $5 per mile, or 1.4 per 'ent: general expenses showed a slight de crease per mile. Net operating revenue, which Is to tal operating revenues, less operating expenses, shows an in(rcnse na com pared with October, 1910. of $4 per mile, or 1 per cent. By thua cutting down operating expenses the railways were able to overcome the decrease of $8 per mile In operating revenues. The net revenue for each mile of line for each ,day of October averaged $13.13, is compared. with -$13 for Octobhor, 1910. It should he recalled Qat not revenue is gross profit he.9re anything h1as been takren out opr taxes, rqntals. Interest on bonlls, .apprnprltoi.l .fhr tb(tterment.,, or dlvJldeds.B Taxes for the mon h of ,ctdher amouhted to $* ,94.0, o'r $483 per mile, an' lhrease of 12:8 er cent oer; Oc tobler, llf., ; . "The opetatlng railon for October, ahat is, theper'cent ot totnl oierating tjiy eiateba whlhc was abhrortlld in opetra4 Ing expensts, 'wal f.9 g pr W6.-ir compered."Wtth. 8.8' iS t' 'cent In lep tembern 1011, 'iad 64.6 pe~ cedtt In' C'l tobsr, '191&. ' IP YOU HAVE . EZEMA. DR ANV SK:; ·8 OR. 8CALP TROUILE, ..., H. E4RE lS GOOD NEWS. , You have probably tried ml ( more remtedl. Vittl, small sucop-i. This costs money and it is. uneergtln. We want you to try Zemo, the eiAen liquid remedy, but we do not want you to pay for it unless you are satislfed with results. We have so much faith in Iemo that we want you to try it by sending to the E. W. Rose Medloine Co., 8082 Olive St., St. Louis, Mo., 10c in stamps to pay postage for a generous cample of Zemo and Zemo (antiseptic) soap and our 32-page booklet on skAn diseases or Set a bottle today at Smith's drug store and If you are not pleased with results they will refund your money. Zemo is a clean cilentifilc prepara tion that Washes .awn¥y .and destrpya th 'germ ..lite and the. polao.s'.tjiat oa.ue, thy,.troplble. Btopn the'ohilng at once and. results pan e seen aftt6 bne application. Zemo absolutely cures eczema in all its forms as well as hives, rashi, pp, etter, barbers' Itch, prickley heat, e f,., on lafats the 4ame eas on 'grWn persons, I Endoreed and sold by drusgists everywhere Aind' 'i Missoula by Smith's drug store and South Bide oharmacy. NEW FREIGHT DEPOT. Boseman, Jan. S.--('peelal.)-After nearly 30 years the Northern PaclfIc is now handllng all its freight busl ness for Uonemnan from an Uptown *tsation located on East Main street. The offices of the company were moved yoeterday from thelr former Jlocaton a mile fromn the business rcn tr .and.. this morning, were opened to the patrons of the road at thlle new and more convenient point. Thle new freight station Is 40 by 240 in dimeIn sion, and is built intirely or brick and eoment, FIRED, Helena, Jan. 5.-In the federal court today Judge William H. Hunt allowed the' appllCation of Anna Maude K.aBle and others for, the appointmdnt of a receiver for the Smith. i0pthers' Sheep conmpany, operatrllg In lMeagher county, and nole of the largeot sheep concerns In the stgte., Mlsconduct of W. W. Platt. manager of the com pany, was alleged., Judge Huntstllrgested the appoint melt of Louli Heitman, as receiver, and' asked the attorniys to file objec tions, if any they have, tomorrow. IP YOU Alt A TRRIF WIVEK About the ele _ your phyos It's some satlsfapfltm4:'t jtRoW.tm matl ny people can wear shloet S sie halei. by shakinn Allen's Foot..Ie, the Matlsepti pow. der, Into *tbenm;. lust' the th.in for Danotingr patles, Pateslt t , ti'fa0es, and for Breaklng a,11tW RI s kWhen rubbers or overshoed .bisee Aces rA r AM ,ýod Jae aý1ý,..'f SAWVILLEt *U$)IpS$s MaW'S ANIEATION MUI*9 S TONIGHT. #inbvnilce. Jan. s,-(SpelaL)---The rpjlmeeting of the Utevensville Sof Cotpmerce Is .called tor evening. It is toped that M lJntbor wvill turn out to this AJand take up matters of den .re ago the chamber en Illy voted to assist In pro _ Iglht of wany for she new east tI i rroughi the town. Now ,tbl Int'eret In roud-building Is l rbylved, on nece'unt of the near O.s.- l thre time of the promised eon . Ql#. mlh'tuh profitable discussion be had in regard to the new AND CON"fN MED IN HAMLTON tre.miqon, Jun. t.-(Special.)-Artl els. ft Jnc,,rporation of the Western Fmti ~itlId compantly wete filed late IUpila. l.,afltcrllon with the county leapltde. 'J'"e colnmpany Is organised for,.the $ulrpose of conducting a real sItait.t sinel.s, the halndiling of fruIts' O WIosUtpuI-rllln of waro+houa.s for F@g ge9stlrp.lee., nnlr other Indnstries Iartdntal, to n fruit ulsine..s ' The iWwilWpsl phi'r. o, btulinea eto to he at tlt1MbOn. 'fl iom'ttlllly is ineorpor Stteldl(e 00 vyenrs, with a enytitai sock of tl10,00. ,lvidle.d Into ,1.00f ahrleps, v.ldlI.-' $S1it l' '1. T.Ih stoclk in ntoi-daleasublh. The t rtsteeim are Robs "tratton at RStervenvlle, '. . M. ear. btlert'l WllndlerllIt, hl. SC. Kiay', IC. t iergusln ianld Ilndl, . (Iran of pt. al oh t al \V. II .ultflow of MAit, nedpolla.' 1 tlotl of 700o sares h'Lve hebd c it'.irhd for hl. thl, aboIIve gentletnen, tothloer with Fret, Nusn haumer of Est IMut. $S NSVILLE NOIES Ste entspile, 'an. i. --(Rpeeial.)--W. R.tlatItth Ihuo gone to Ilnllttlton it) bustsases. Y?'.C1c.litckittih of Mtesnula spwent plllqgay ,L Ste" , navllle. Ho l..ret',bill of Missoula is visit Sin(, 1 le. hunWi o( Dr. srld Mrs.. K. whre .. la ephiptlnpert of horst's for , I., ,l lt l Mt t w anind on wore carly nMbr h i nll e for .liksttll A today. U ntulr. t*" la in uit isitor l Mrr and Mrs. J. H. oandt returnedl froMsA short n Wi4 t to old tlMar y's.ter daT. a .'' Snir. P. .. cdDanald malnger of the Tellmnt hotel In MRssouln.a i visiting at the hornme,,f hr son. w. V. Morlane. Miss Plwell, a teacher of the tt" veon ville hignh.school, returnedl yertn' day from Seiattle, where she visited during thie ioliday vacation. Andrew , )Nt tt is quite ill at hii residence tt nea the old St. Mary's ois siaon. WINTER ORCHARD PRUNING. cron\.llis Jan. .-(Rpeclnal.)--irn'e turda41.y James M. En.chede and ax sistantts, expert hotticulturi.ts of For uit (;roe, Ore., are at work pruning young orehaarde of the Summertale N.tvelotpett C'o., Bast of town. Realizing the importalnce of this branchll towad .rd sucesul frulit rat infi, Ais up.rt41 yr,. tll. in all Irona bilityI, retain q, expert the tomtiog eason, it boon for the little orellrd man in tite tication, as this tract ofr 360 arres is 1hol0d upon as 'the pioneer colony. T- the Rade. tract adJoining this c.onitula. A tWood River man will do this iork this week. In tonv er sation with Mr. Eneehede, attention wis catlled to the greaLt n lumber of fruit buls on trees three andl four years olt. a sutffolelnt number of each will he allowed to grow this spring, to lfrther demonstrate that Past bench Illnds are esperially adapted to fruit rnilsing, dnd eclipse records nmlade nlast yvar on this side of the river. iOn the il'ltger Root Plantation ctnm pany' tracnt 10 acres of trees in an ighit-lir aorchrd are being removed to rith.e room for standard varieties. such cit Mcintosh Reds, Sanators and Dn llonis, of whito they 'have a 1,200 acre Irelt. HOSPITAL NEWS nteve nevile,' Jan. .-(SpeIal.) Mrs. Illrt Wo B olsey, resident of Three Mile, was !ken suddenly ill Itaturday andtl turrietly brought to the Thornton hnospitl. aesterday morning she was operated on "for appendicitis and is In a very 1itw condition. The little daughter of 1. V. Wilbutrn of Fiorenoc4 wie was noperated on n shirt itimo eago at the Thornton hons pital, hlas sufftcltently recovered to be mmced to iet home, EAST AS WITNESS. Cirvaiis, "''an. I.-(Special.)-Mrs. 1E. P Kempter started last week for Crown Point, Indiana, where she in summoned A* appear as a witness in an estite Ri1t, She will visit rela tlves In 3flp lean, Wisconsin and Oklahoma plJy before returning in IMarec. #ITY QLU., Corvallis. , 4.-(Sjeeital.)-At the ,ne.ting .4e b V l4ttiy club the faol. Slwlsg oa iblp, t1 14Mil ghee Onn~m irrirrilrr# ·J.~ rroC'sk Lower Prices Al Along the Line StartUlg Te. e A BIG NEW CIRCULAR WILL BE BROUGHT TO YOUR DOOR THIS MORNING. WATCH FOR IT The Poultry show is in full swing next door. This makes the corner of Higgins avenue and Pine street doubly attractive. Don't Miss Either the Poultry Show or the Big Sale -14 prillade.nt; . COnt~ghnlour. Jr., secr, tary and trnasurer; W. .1. cluar, 1. N. Eveland and George Hittlldson o litlteI the board of dirutors. A sintilIr club will he forntrt lit Victor in lit near future'. 'i'hi Ibjact of thi. itr rttantistilon is to co-oprato for hltter markets aind dil itriutllon ,f grain i11and seed for l'iatl luse, andt Improve sciathll condItlon+ of ranch ile. Tlhlrouih o11 (catrern Monllltiin1 thie. m*hdety iN well eitanlihted, nnd It Is hloped Ithait otlher tounties Iti thin iart oif thIle Mlllt will join. National hlntkdllnrtrs lr I at Indtlinnlpotll, Inld. S "UP IN A BALLOON." ih llt'nsvill(, Tun. .- .14t.,nt' o'l'h ,hiy 'nnotanced fr 'lrmld 1i'nig hy thei. lnarrlnlttlit--T'rlIr r tH~.ysrn lt "j1, In a itnallo.rtl." 'edite.Iiniy nti ht ti 1ni ompanyh will Mhty in Victor, re tlirnllK T'lluridny frl thit'rr1+t of lit,. week. A BIG BABY. Stevenmville, (an. N.--( tievtl)l)---A 12-1pound si on wtas ,horn to .Iri. inid Mrs. I.y'rt IQrt st, Ilundiay morning. .Itr. Elast rl itnn thait lttr nlow ttil!tS Iis the heat ats elLt is the Iuari t It'our hor in in hStevenville TO THE EAST FORK. li niilton,,Janl. . t, -(Nhlw ul.) -- lra lnk Hiiagihtind, 1)r. It. W. lTik und I'rantik o age It ft yestet.rday for a tehort stolp at the eorttage reeentlty bullt ton t'hei asit ltrk Iby a c'uinlmny otf ,tliisiieN metu ofi this city. ANOTHER OPERATION. "I , ,evnsvlll , Jan. A -(--In hlul.) Mrs'i, . C. Hough, who hai s Ietni t''lrn plhyed it tihe He-llershoeim-1'erz rInanch, wits (akonll on thil morninglll's tin ,h to MIsIniqiin, whereo shu will entelr It. Cleap Feed FOR SALE OATMEAL FEED Per ton . .........,........... . .......... 15.00 Five-ton lots, per ti .......... 014.00 Car Iotse, per ttn.................. 18.00 'NlN1 feedtl I spclally good for itock hoxgs, cattle Ior shelepe, menlld for sample. Feed Grinding We have just complliieted a thor oughly-etqu lllt d iteed mill and are prepared to grirnti all kinds of grnin at the following reduced pricel: Wheat, rye or barley, ton.. $1.00 O ats, per toll... .. .................. · i 25i Rend for samphle I or lt ground on our no% Attrltion mill. It 1i murh more eronomical to tfed than whole oats. We solicit car-lot business Hamilton Flour Mill Co. Harpilttn, Montana, Hotel Harmlton l t' t ' Iftltodt'MWiltWidf Ih ''" Mea at All Hours ,Roamse 60o Up This hotel Is under naer manage ment, with many ifnprov*ments. Best o service. lGive us a trial. Louis P.tmse, Propristo Patrlck's hospital for ita Pc'it.i ol,'rlp tion. A shellrt tliam agoe, dis. M liiclgh waith oerattud oan and her c'clndltlien ne'nelcttl to ht' ,tter 11 ilil the lIut f.ewV dtays, whe't Kill' fcilcddt enly h11'ei tlie RUBE BUYS. -lanlllon., Jan. R.- (lwclnal.)-R. W. An gevinl' ofll i Ii lc Mil la hell beeon in thli it y frlr neveral dhys leVooking up hlorset ICur h is conttrtit oiorik. He hae Ipir ehllsld two te.ll0ni I'er rto John l utcIeln netl tlne, friomn lith, ltusIIis broltllt:rl. THRAILKILL IN TOWN. Itarylttc n, , J 1nl. N (Rp1,0.)l - ilen 'Thf~llikill. L W\oV,,.cild.l Iiii'rcillll t, i. a 'visitor in ihli i'lt ti tlay 111e i1 Iccckinl g after Inlitlelrn euiinoiicitted i'ltli 1t4' Woo1stte App g,-rowerm' nsorin tion, iof Which he I it dilr.ertor. SMITHS MEET. Ifmlll itkll 1, J n1.' R (-- (Mpin I1. )h-li hnllklnlths of the valley IIet lhere lc lttiu lrdaly Ieftte'rlenol n itn linle lcf thetir regulair mnle'l iges. There wa, a larg' atttendlrlllee, e've'ry town of the vltley hiiIng rcproeacnttel. AUCTIONEER TO MISSOURI. Ilrmiiltoll , .Jan. . -(Hlical.)--Jack I'oe II, till Hitter l ot a iutlctlon 'er. left tIll s morningilll for Mei.eourl, where hIe Wlt. ctalletl by tle ierliousc condllt.il o file fiatheir. LOVE OF WOMAN IS PRECIOUS ItzoinI.eln, Jan. t. --l'pers wore filed here tidlly Irleinging sllt gulainlt Henry '. $ceurs, ic Iewspapellr iowner. for ftalse rnprclet, ttlltlllol alld for aIllenatlion or Irffe'etlons. The'1 first in broughllt In the sumn of= $l10,i0l Iby (Clar McCormick, chllrgleing hillt ithe dlefendnt hall minled her Into belIeving that hle Would nmarry her, nlldllci.ng lher to got a di vuree nd cl aylng thee fees, when he' was ctlreadytl marril'ed. T'Jl econd utlt in by tiln divorced hullsband of tlhe Met'irellclek luu,.rnll, John Wihth, cI tlChinarlnanl, for a simlalr sum for Iellelnutlonl of hIll wfl'e's itfee.tlons. l Hears and Files wifco and sucit leftL y's terday for Ceallfornia filr tIle winltier. MRS. TINGLEY ON STAND. Ran I)lego, C(il., Jun. R.-Madame Kultherlio 'l'Tingley, li'el of the Unti vel'sel lrclhelrhood oil'f The'Illen ictle soelety, unlderwe'.It tedloule cr'ous ciainleieubietl orit h the .lUtlilon of whethller oir nllot MIaaI1elte Tingley hladl euxrtled nuly unllll ue lillnlence In haiv ilng thle ilte' Mrs. Hlirriet I. rheThurston tIlakeu her will. TI'lloday opened the lsconlld week la tihe tulit whereby (teorg.' l.. I'tleteteson, etn or the eit. - Irelent, eltelse t(co break leer will eby whleb she lequu Iqetlhed IL lurge iportllon of $247,0I)O to tite Iwom.lult who in su preme tlt Point Lornca. "Do yolu r'ciquIre Inlenllleret toi leave you or tile brotherhoodi thIelr prop erty?" w.'t one o o the ctilt i ttions asked by her counsIel, "1 Ido Iet " she replllil. Maie. 'l;ngley will prtoblbly remain on Fle, setandt te r.et qf thel week, To Cure a Cold in One Day. Teate Iauktlve pBronlo Quilnlne Tablets. Druggists refund money If It ftlls to cure. JO. W. (Irove's signature is oni each box. 2IR Cunts. R ELEASED, Ilolena, Jal. ' .-C. J. Clark, night policemet n t eureka, whou hla been held since Christmasc night. when he shot and seriously wounded William C(otklln, who wos allege$ to be creat Ing a dilturbap-ce, hts been released on orders of County' Attorney J. W. Scott of WInooln county. Conklin will recover. When you want a relltble nedlcline for a ooyAh or cold take Chamberlain's CUotalh Bemedy, It can alwsys be depended upbn and in pleasant and MZif to take. For sale by all dealers. Harnols Theater C. A. HARtNOIS, Mgr. One Night Tuesday, Jan. 9 CdulrlNl lflllnghnm presents for the1 I'lrst Time Here MONTGOMERY and STONE In the Mulrh'nl Comedy . . THE 1 OLD TOWN By (Jeorge Ahe4 and Gustave Luders 100-Peopl*e-100 80-Pretty GIrl-40 PriIce-42.00, $1.50, $1.00,4 N. Seat Sale Monday 10 A. m. Laijou - BIJOU THEATER Program Monday and Tuesday The Girl and the Sheriff At the Stroke of Twelve His Girlie Missoula Club Orchestra Illustrated Songs by Mr. M. D. Styles ISIS Tonight Onlyg "White Bravo's Heritage"-Druma. "The Three Lebels"--Come,dy. "One..Touoh of Nature"--)ramn. Attentlon--Se tomorrow's ad. 181I. THE GRAND ALWAYS ThE 'BEST MAPES & MAPBS Fall and Winter Shbo Display. , Wpn MU d( at f. , Miel %5u east Mat teswt. mMsels.