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ANNOUNCtMENT OF ItCt0YhtPtI CATION Ofe ., A,. ,A ; ,i TO SOME SURMIuRfl Hamilton, Jan. il.-(l"poljtl.)-The announcement in t.t' ttiaetttulan that the B. A. & P. i.ltMid from Butte to Anaconda ead thea on' to George town is to bdi' leottlfed has caused considerable dnimtent here among local business, men. Locally the an nouncement has considerable bearing on the tutae ' of Hamilton and the Bitter Root, valley, and the electrifl. cation of the road to Georgetown wouttd Ipdicate that It is the intention of the company to push the road over the divide into the Bitter Moot valley. That the 1. A. & P. people would eventually do this has been rumored here for some time, the rumors being given credence by the facts that sur veyors have been reported in the upper Skalkaiho valley and at other olints where a suitable entrance into the 1alley could be made. It has been reported authentically that a 14 toot trail has been biased over the divide into the Skalkaho and for a considerable distance down the valley towardn Hamilton. It has been reported that with the arrival of Mr. Sloan of the Bitter Root Valley Irrigation company from Chicago, where he inas been with the company offialuls for some time, the offic al announcement in connectibn with the road up the eastern side of the valley from Missoula will be made. It is also rumored here that Mr. Sloan's connection with the company was made primarily because of his railroad experience, which made him more valuable as a railroad man than as an irrigator. It is a tact that his railroad experience dates back for many years, and soon after his arrival in the valley an announcement w'as made that the road would be built and a company was incorporated for that purpose the general opinion here is that the coming summer will see work of the east side road com menced, and whether the Milwaukee or some other road puts the work through makes but little difference here, al thougsh it lI thought by many that the yellow ears will be the ones used on the road. Stevensevlle Happy. Stevensville. Jan. 22.-(Special.)-.. "Glory hallelujah." when the Missou lian arrived yesterday morning thae beaming countenances of the many readers plainly indicated llaht they were reading the ralload news., the first authentic announcement that all Stevensvllle has been waiting for so patiently. John McLaughlin, the village black smith, as he was returning home with his Miasoullan, smilingly accosted everyone with 'his glad "amen," Amos Buck laid aside the sparkling spercl men of .gold ore that he has beetni sheowing everyone as the result of the strike In the Woodman mine, and gathered his congregation around hiaa while he explained the benefits to be derived from having a railroad run right through the town he staked off when he was a boy. "Yes sir," he said, 'all I got to do now Is to run a chute down from Saint Mary's peak and .load a train a day with some of the finest varieties of fruit and Mc Intosh apples that there is in the world. "Why, I've known they were going to build another railroad here for the past 20 years, and I remember when I was In the Big Hole, at the time of the battle, I was talking to General Custer-" "Here, you fellers," said Marshal Lancaster, "beat it from the middle of the street; don't you'se see all those teams and the farmers coming to town, they've just heard the news, they're excited, I tell you, and they won't stop for a little bunch like you fellers." After the correspondent hac looked through The Missoullan once more for the Joe Farlin lost and found Item, he started for home, when be mret Parl Whltmore who was ask ing Doctor Sldebottom if he had heard that the railroad was going to run all over town and stop up at the creaanery, where they could get a car load of the butter that John Howe knows how to make. Quickest, Surest Cough Remedy Ever Used sops Even Whooping Cough Quickly, SA Family Supply for 0e. Money Refunded if It Palle. It some one ain your family has an obst ate, deep-seated cough-even whooping cough---whlc hals yielded slowly to treat. ant. buy a 50-cent bottle of Pinex and wta.b that cough vanish. If it falls, money 'back promptly, and without argument. A 0-cent bottle of Piesx, when mixed with home-made supar syrup, makes a full pDint-a family supply-of the most elect |Ie cough remedy that money can buy, at a saving of $2. Gives instant relief and will usually wipe oat a bad cough In 24 lbur or .as. Eiasly prepared In lve ,inutea-diretlons in package. Pines Couoh Syrup bas pi asunt taste ms-children it willingly, It stimulates :the appetite and Ii slightly laxative-. both good eaturs. lendd for eroup, hosrseness, throat tickle, lnelplent lung 'troubli, and a prompt, successful rem edt for whooping cough. SPinex is a specal and highly concen trated compound ot Norway White Pine eatae, and is rich In sualacol and other elemants wbleh are so healing to the naPbrsae Blmply mix It with sugar wrUp os trained boney, In a Pi bottle, end it b read for use, Uss! In mor t aomn the U. B, and Canada mthanoy *&ter bc sth hamedy. Plae ase often been Imiltated, but er soeesestahly, for notblng else will aue th. same rast, sTbe enuine is abted to give adeo satlsetioq ' oy renloaded, u aea'tIcis of suer it-sis wrapped 1 each prelage. Your -. I b FPinegw will getlt e yr , S OF FRUTi TO MEET QUESTION OF UNION OR HAM ILTON AND VICINITY WILL 81 DISCUSSED. Hamilton, Jan. 22.-(Speeial.)-A meeting of all fruitgrowere of Hamil ton and neighborhood has been called for Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. January 27, at the chamber of com merce building. The meeting is called by the committee recently appointed to investigate the feasibility of organ ising a fruitgrowers' union for the valley, and at the coming meeting a report will be made to the fruitgrow ers The committee held a meeting at the chamber of commerce on Satur day, and as stated In the Sunday Mis soullan, it was decided that a union for the entire valley could not be or ganised at this time owing to the fact that several local unions have been launched in the valley. The proposi tion of organizing a local union to take care of the fruit grown In the neighborhood of this city will he put up to the fruitgrowers by the commit tee at the meeting to he held Itatur day. It Is the opinion of the commit tee that these smaller unions can care for local conditions until they can he merged into one large union for the valley. The members of the committer have worked conscientiously In their efforts to raise the necessary subscript ions to put the larger union on a working basls, but it has been found that the glrwers have not teen educated to the idea of one union for the valley. The smaller local unions which have been organised have received strong sup port, and the success of each one is now assured. With these local organ isallons benefiting the small union of growers, it will undoubtedly ,be xassl ble to merge them Into one large, ef fective combination. There is a pro nounced tendency on the part of some of the older growers to fight clear of the large union for the packing and marketing of fruit, which can be over come by time only. While the smaller union is not the object for which the Hamilton Chasmber of Commerce and many local growers have been strug gling for the past two years, still this solution of the problem will probably be accepted at the meeting called for dnaturday afternoon. STOP THAT DANDRUPF before it kills your hair. You know dandruff is a germ disease and it leads slowly and surely to baldness and there is only one way to cure dandruff and that Is to kill the germ that causes the trouble. Greasy salves will never do this. Zemo and Zemo soap kills the germ and ire guaranteed to cure dandruff, itching scalp and all other germ dis eaes of the skin and scalp. Zemo and Zemo soap are the true scientifcl remedies for these afflic tions. To show our faith in Zcmo and Zemo soap we have Instructed the druggist selling them to refund your money If you are not satisfied with the results from the very first bottle and the first cake of soap. We can afford to make this offer because one bottle of Zemo and one cake of soap are sufficient to show their healing qualities and if used ac cording to directions, they will effect a permanent cure. Sold by druggists everywhere and in Missoula by D. C. Smith. AMILTON BREVITIES Hamllton, Jan. 22.--(pecial.)-W. H. rager, an attorney of Stevensville, is a visitor in this city today, attend Ing to district court matters. Attorney W. P. Baker left this morning for Stevensville, where he had justice court matters to look after. Judge It. Lee McCulloch left this morning for Sanders county to attend to district court matters. J. A. Fernald of Missoula is in Ham Ilton today cind is registered at the Itavnlll hotel. Principal- J. P. sharp of Stevens ville and J. It. Hoist of Victor were In this city yesterday. Hector Pound, manager of the dry goods department of the Valley Mer cantile company, left yesterday after noon for New York city and other eastern markets where lie will do the spring buying for his department. TO LECTURE ON RADIUM. Hamilton, Jan. 22.-(Speclal. -The lecture on radium, wireless tielegraphy and liquid air which was announced in The Missoulian this morning to be given at the Harnols theater by Pro fessor Patty on February 13, will be given at the Lucas opera house In this city on the evening of February 15. The proceeds of the evening will go into the local gymnaulum fund. Con siderable Interest 'has been aroused lo cally in the lecture, which Is high vly recommended by Superlntendent Schwarm of the Hamilton schools. BUILDING PROGRESSES Hamilton. Jan. 2.-(Speclcal.)-AI of the brick work on the new Orutch field block has been completed and the structure presents an attractive front. The delightful weather of the past week has afforded the best of condi tion for rapid work on the part of the bricklayers, with the result that great progress Ihas been made. The work remaining to be done on the Interior of the building will be rapidly com pleted If your abchildren ate subject to at tacks of croup, watch for the first symptom, hbriiseness, OlGve Cham berialain'q Couglh Remedy as soon as the child beooel* horse and the at tack may lI? wsr4d egt, FPO~ llsa ey Z , A . .. . i. . i .. . . .. .. . ..... 1 ,y r'. . 1 ,. Kt S i m SoALlS A You GettLing Your Shareof Th- f. a $4,728.50 W h of Blank Seiing for $Z845C15: Se en With 871Pairs SAbout One-Third of Them Were Sold t Yesterday It is.'t very often you get a chance like this--only once a year, and at this Store only--a fact, so generally recognized that on the first day of this sale about one-third of all the blankets offered were sold, a rate which if maintained will bring the sale to a close inside three days; it may run longer but you run a chance if you dbn't come today. This sale is of the utmost importance to all housewives and keepers of hotels and institutions and is an event for which news is eagerly awaited by hundreds. Positively the best blanket bargains ever offered by a Missoula store. Here You Have the Descriptions and Details of the Savings That Await You 17 pair No. 7350 Wool Finished White 27 pair "Wool Spun" Blankets, tan or gray 27 pair "Robin Hood" Plaid Wool Blankets, Blankets, with blue or pink border; with blue or pink borders; size gQ) assorted colors; size 11-4; regu- A92. ~ft size 11-4; regularly $2.25; sale 41 t 11-4; regularly $4.25; sale price.. F24 larly $7.00; sale price o price ............................ ........ ...................._ . . . 9 13 pair No. 7395 Blankets, gray with pink 34 pair "M6ttled" Gray Blankets, red or blue 30 pair "Frost Foe" Wool Finished Gray border; size 12-4; regularly 9 , l borders; size 12-4; regularly Blankets, with blue or pink. border; $4.00; sale price . $8.50; sale price - size 10-4; regularly $3.50; sale 198 price.................................. ......... ........39 pair "Arabian" Wool Blankets, gray with 92 pair "Sarnia" Gray Blankets, with pink, 19 pair "Wool Spun" Blankets, gray . pink or blue borders; size 70x82 e .6 f blue or brown borders; size QLA 3 with blue or piun" Bnk borders; gray orsize tn inches; regularly $4; sale price..V-2 11-4; regularly $7.00; sale price. ...3 , 10.4; regularly $3.75; sale price........ 45 air "Winchester" Blankets, with 45 paIr "Winchester" Blankets, gray with 22 pair "Rose" White Wool Blankets, with 13 pair "Astoria" Wool Blankets, brown with pink or blue. borders; size 10-4; t2 BB pink or blue borders; size .A blue or white borders; size 11-4; $* fn regularly $5.00; sale price ........... *" V 12-4; regularly $8.50; sale price......P".V. regularly $3.50; sale price ................. 9' 30 pair "Beverly" Wool Blankets, gray with 5 pair "Logan" Wool Blankets, fawn col 48 pair "Frost Foe" Gray Blankets, with b A ,; blte or pink borders; size 11-4; ored, with pink or blue borders; size or pink borers; size 11-4; regu- 9 regularly $4.75; sale price .......... .70x80 inches; regularly $9.06; $.69 larly $4.00; sale price ...................... ..... ... *, " sale price .......................... ....... .! 26 pair No. 7831 Heavy Gray Wool Blankets, 18 pair "Ripley" Heavy Wool Blankets, with with blue, red or pink borders; 98 ; 11 air "Du Barry" White Wool Blankets, blue or pink borders; size 11-4; .. 2.39 regularly $5.50; sale price ................ . with pink or blue borders and silk binding; regularly $4.00; sale price ...................... . size 11-4; regularly $9.00; sale . f 15 pair "Alaska" Black and White Plaid 19 pair "Winnebago" Gray Wool Blankets, price ....................... ..................... Blankets; size " 1-a ; regularly ad tePa with blue or pink borders, size lanke4.50; sale ize 11-4; regularly........................................ 11-4; regularly $4.50; sale price ........ 3.1 15 pair "Dolly Varden" Wool Blankets, in $4.50; sale price ....2..........plaids of gray and white, black and white, 12 pair No. 7063 Plaid Blankets, black and 40 pair "Minerva" White Wool Blankets, with pink and white, black and red, and tan and white or tan and whie; size , blue or pink borders; size 72x80 white; size 12-4; regularly $9.25; $5.89 1 1 -4; regularly $4.00; sale price........ * inches; regularly $5.50; sale price... * sa price ........................... ....... ............... 15 pair "Logan" Blankets, extra heavy, with 17 pair "Pawnee" Blankets, gray with blue 45 pair "Winchester" Gray Wool Blankets, blue5 pair "Lgan" Browankets, extra heavy, with or pink borders; size 11-4; regu- *1 )I with pink or blue borders; size $3ue or brownb borders; size l ...3 larly $4.50; sale price .... ............... 11-4; regularly $5.50; sale price.....3 12-4; regularly $10.00; sale rice.... 56 pair"Athens" Blankets, gray with blue or 46 pair "Sublime" Gray Wool lankets, with pink or blue borders; sizn w e ora2x84 pink borders; size 66x80 inches; extra heavy, with pink or blue borders; nches; regularly $10.00; sale 39 regularly $4.00; sale price...................2... .q size 11-4; regularly $5.50; sale . price / price . ............................................. ............ .... " -..............._-.......... 24 pair "Acorn" Plaid Blankets, blue and 5 pair "Good as Gold" White Wool Blankets, white, pink and white, or tan and white; 26 pair "Sumatra" Gray Wool Blankets, pink, with pink or blue borders and silk binding; size 11-4; regularly $4.25; sale 2.48 blue or browh borders; size 11-4; size 11-4; regularly $12.50; sale $ a7 price... . regularly $5.50; sale price 0 price _....___.....r. p r c ................. ..... .............. ....w = . v, e u a r y $ . 0 s l r ce . ... .... .,p t o O p ic .... ........... . . .. .... . .. . ' o BARBERS' WAR SETTLED. Hamilton, Jan. ,2.--(Speciad.)-The local barbers' war seenm to havei reached a settlemient. All lohjal shlopr were opened for business this mornillng with cards in tile windows annoiuncing 15-cent shaves and 21-cent )hair cuts. This reduction on the part of the hsar bers' union, the pIrices having orig Inally been fixed by the union at 21 and 25 cents, following a cut In prices by the O. K. shop,. The 0. K. shop, which was closed Saturday morning, resumed operations late that afternoon. CORVALLIS ITEMS. Corvallis, Jan. 3l.-(Speclal.)-W. J. Biddlek, travehing auditor for the Hen nlngsen Produce company, Butte, was in town Saturday and Sunday. Plans have been drawn for a five. rootn bungalow to be erected for Lee Simmons a mile west of Corvallis. J. C. Conkey of the Western News, Hamilton, was here Monday in the in terest of his paper. Woman's Best Help to the good health which comes from regular action of the organs of digestion and elimination-to freedom from pain and suffering to physical grace and beauty Is the harmless, vegetable remedy BEUCHAM'S AIM syqg Il aes.k tlos,> MRS, SHOWELL ENTSRTAINS. Stevensvllle, J 2iu. 2- -(Special.) Mrs. J. (G Mihowell, annsted by Mrs. Perry Foust, entertahid last evening at her holite, the Twilllight club, an organization of yo)utIg people of the P'roneyterinn churc1h. C'Iroled around a fllckering etnldle the party .te Mo lntosh apples land tili gertunes and riddles. a inty refreshments Were served and it was voted to acoept the invitatihm of Mhirs. 'Johln mmbtff to moot at her home for he nexOt month ly meeting. Those present were: .'& Dowling Hazel Kaln, 1lizabeth . mnhoff,. Ruth Dlrew, Hollys Buck, )lablk Buinett, Lois Showell, Doris RhoweJl, Mas.ory Moore, Grace Campbtell, Grace Dow' ling, Willie Blggs, Iovett Oales, Marcus Drew, Ray Metraitf, -Ptal Mil ler, (lenn Selleck, ('eorge Anderson, Mrs. Perry Faust and the hostesll SLOW 'REGISTRATION. Hamilton, Jan. - (Speolal.)-At noon today the total lltnbet of voters registered at the ufflet of the county clerk and recorder tlil reaheed the 1,090 mark. The \'vots rar' still re* sponding slowly. liere is a remedy thut will Otie your cold. Why waste time atld iy os perimllnting when you can ret a prep arrtiton that has won it worldwlide reputaton by its cures of this disease and can always be dtenlded Ulpol. It is known ever) where tsn Chatberlaln's Coulgh Remedy, and is a medicine of real merit. For sale by all dMZLiwr Notice. -'have, 15 cents, hair cut, l5 01nts, or pricesu I pro)ortl 11' hbp, Ma t'tn, WELCOME PROMISED MINSTRELS HAMILTON GLAD TO RECLIVE MISSOULA 'HIGH SCHOOL SHOW FOR ITS GYMNASIUM. Hamilton, Jan. 22.-(Speclal.)-The announcement in The Missoulian to the effect that the minstrel show betag prepared by the pupils of the MIs. soula high school would be brought to Hamilton for the benefit of the local gymnasium fund was read here this morning with much interest by teachers and pupils of the high school, as swell as literested citlsens. The pull-together spirit manifested by' the high school of Missoula is much ap preciated here, and if final arrange. ments are completed for the giving of the show here, the performance will receive a royal welcome, Local In terest In the movement is high and the otisens of the city are co operating heartily with the school in the raising of the funds necessary. The construction of a gymnasium at the local school will but sveiw to unite more closely the local school with the high schbols at .Mssoula and Stevensville, as an opportunity for particlpatlng in Indoor sports suoh as basketball and Indoor baseball with these schools will be afforded the local scholautics, There is plenty of could be organised. A suitable play Ing floor is all that Is needed. A MOTOR TRIP. Hamilton, Jan. 22.--(peelal.)-Dick Parmenter motored to the Joe Olson ranch on the east fork yesterday, hav ing ,as passengers Joe Olson and ]red Lott. Dick returned last evening, but the pther two gentlemen remained at the ranch. FROM MISSOULA. Hamilton, Jan. 22.-(Special.)-Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ressler and family of Missoula spent yesterday with rela tlves In this c[iy. Housework D rudpr Houosework .e drud 'ry for tle week wom r, e. ,or it liar Le t ei dieay sftdle to the may detailr. bk .. . jher isnl thrbbl, ere.e quive ri der i reei o pia, ly diu.y -l,.el. om st le bed is not rl alu., beause the poor isrved s.o 'o tprmlt o. ldeep. Theim l and week, nervous women l e.tidid by Lir. Pie'i's Flerelt PrieerptIloq., sad as Mrs. Briggl sad odes mesti.d - It Makes Woek Women Strong and Rolk Women W .IL br.1' ree i perfestlywlilhg ato "Re every Al tl a hir "iFvorlite rriunolphl" pon , s tI ls p ,,t gredents on a bwt.wrepper, nt .I dre. persuade you a his unknown aompo. t a Agame s S.order thst .e ay iek bli.ger p. Sba B a - .. ' o a p l wo-MIS of BUTTERCUPs IN JANUARY. Corvallis, Jan. $S.-(8peclal.) Ranchers living west of town are not worried about the pure-food inspec tion regarding butter coloring, but tercups in abundance during this month being on nature's menu list for the dairy cows. Missoula may have robins everywhere this month, even grant them their buttercups in the Rattlesnake valley, but can you beat this: On Saturday daisies were found in bloom west of the Keeling ranch, These no' doubt blossomed in the fall and the snow served as a blanket till the warn) rays of our Bitter Root sun revived them for gobd.