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IN' eUCCaEUtoN IN ItIC FIFTH EVENt. irst 'Resl t l*b* & aeg n Sheow Some Good Mhii ht (hi Ltst of the Loeil Gun I anm P iture eeme. Bright for a Good Team. The Shoot, 1tb by the Gun club on its gr4Ua uhay afternoon, was un doubte¥ly a success and presages well for th e it#tsft In the blue-rock sport this season. orne of the shooters 5i ISe'ords, considering the act t ntCh season is young and their eye ,yet trued up to its usual form. Calr lDn, representative of the Rem ina Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge eol L, pulled down several of the prisel, but handed them over to the belt man, as the rules of his com pany prevent its representatives frm taking any prizes. Pbllowing is a list of th totals m eiii. by the shooters iI the ditfferent event.. All of the men did nit shollit In tIi. five events, each of which was for 2.0 birds. Carl Elton. so: Ilartley, 86: Mnp.,.s. 79; Buchen, 77: Baxter. 49; Allen, 36; 'Montgomery, 73; Shoemaker, tl9: Baker, 79; Larnsn, 79; Thompson, 76; Mrs. Mapes, 60; Sturm. 72: Nordberg., 47; Smead, R8: White, 44; Marshall, 51: Kelley, 30; Hannon, 43. The first high average went to t James Hartlcy. Carl Elton drrw I down the second high average and Fritz Larson the third high a,.i" 'i. Nordberg was conceded first low av erage with James Baxter taking th?. second low average. In the fr;ith event, Buchen scored 20 str't' r; lh's, making a perfect record in the .0 birds. t PREA EN SUN TELLS HIS a (1'ontlnud frol Pag in. ,e) f soul with the reiutll, and are op- a poseld impllueably to, Manclhu rule. The I three remaining provinces, Io 1'an, Shan Tung and Chi I., certainly are f our adherents. The Chinese troops in t the imperial army who now are sup- r polsed to be loyal to Yuan Shl Kat are g really republicans anld a %ll join us at C the proper time. "We control all the treaty ports 1 exoept TIen Tsln and Nu Citwanlg, which are icebound. The republic. In Il fact, is pIrotectlng the vast nnajrlty r of foreigners and soreign property. p Why, then, should not the foreign powers recognize promptly the re public? Dread of Intervention. "This question already is being b' asked by the people of China while I the dread of foreign intervention. which is invited by certain persons In I Peking, hangs like a pall over the II country and over natives W)nd fir. C eigners alike. 41 "Tile foreign powers, espelc.tally thei United States, always have spoken of the friendship for China. We pledgei good will and the observance of all treaties made by and with the Manll chus. We will discharge every olllga- Ii tion of the open door In China. Jl "There is danger now that tihe coni viction may he forced upon the people tl of (',hina that foireigners are friends Ii and supporters merely of the Manchus. Ii The atmosphere of Peking is not thi' h atmosphere of Chtna, hbut we till lthait the former is l'ervading the elancel lories of Iuriope and ilAme'rleu" It is sut ll ll it D)iavid li'uiasco has w colnmnissionll Iritllad 'Whitiock, M.ayor i of Toledo, novelist alid soiilolt gist, to o Writie a politlial lpiLy dialing with the h "submerged tenth." E Webster's New Standard ILLUSTRATED Dictionary. Coupon The Missoallan, January 23 Cut oult the above coupon and five others of different datee and present it at the Missoula or Hamilton office of The Missoulian, with the expense bonus of 98, Which covers the items of the cost of peok ing, exprees from the factory, checking, clerk hire and other necessary expense items, and roleive a $4 Diet'1nary. The $4 Webeter's New Standard Dictionary, illustrated, is bound in full limp leather, flexible, stamped In gold on bock and sides, printed on Bible paper, with red edges and corners rounded; beautiful, strong, durable. Besides the general contnt, as described elsewhere, there are maps aund over 600 subjects beautifully illustrated by three-color plates, numerous subjects by monotone, 16 pages of valuable charts in two colors and the late United States census Present at either Missoulian office six dictionary coupons and the expense 98e bonus of ............... ........................ BY MAIL, S#. EXTRA FOR POSTAGE Address Mall Orders to Mismoplian Publishing Co., Missoula, Montana I IRISHMEN AND PRESIDENTIALS $ OT ThE BALL ALL OVER THE LOT. DlNSMORE S HIT HARD s White (House Team Outbate Its Op. ponents and Wins Game by Ten m 'Rune-Fielding is Loose, but the Battle Was Hard Played. STANDING OF THE CLUIS. Club- Won. Lost Pot. Northern Pacific ........6 1 .857 Mercantile ............ 5 1 .833 White House ............5 2 .714 hamrocks .......... 2 5 .2 Athletics .................. 1 .167 Peerless .................... 1 6 .143 GAMES THIS WEEK. Wednesday-Mercantioe and Ath letics. Friday-Shamrocks and Northern Pacific. In ta gail r'eplete' with errors anltd 'much hitting by the W'hit.. ihotuse tleam, the *ltns of Erin were defelated I by the grore of 17 to 7. Tihe haml rocks started off with a whoop. l)a(ch bach wtliked In the first anlld Ima ti, the rounds, t~atnlilg honle a usual. In tihe second the Irislhmenl took udvan tagnl of two h)stts on balls, threet er Iors and ta lilt land wsred filv rulls. Alrter that lthere Wias nlothintg dlolng until the ninth w.hetl an error andii two tof thet Irihlllten's four Ilits drove an- A otihr rlun across the lpan. A The Wh\Vlte hllouse opened ,llll ) on A Dillluore 111 the third. Previous to I' this the Preftidntlial had scored one C run. With OGllaes and Richards down C( an error lot Plutmmer on. i"lve hits C and two errors followed and six runs C chased across the pun. In the fourth C and fifth the Witlit Houise' failed to r score, but two stampedlll the rubber It 1 the .sixth, five in the seventh, one in F the eighth alld two in the ninth. A (1 total of 19 hits was s rlll'.ed off Dins- il more. Botll teamsn fieldeh d in ragged (1 forlt. The Sihamrocks got away with 1i eKght hoots aund the Whit. Hliouse was II gullllty of thle tatne numlllhr of1' mllince.is. i Th teamius Ilnd up as follows; I White 1fouse--lcehards, left field; 7 Plummer, catcher; tlrayhill, third base: Burns, second base;: Dornblaser, 7 right short; frliebach, left flhld; Per- N guson, litcher; Kelley, right field; lGaines, first base. iBlhunlrockb-iDaschhbaeh, left short:; 1Winstanily. first base; Little, second t 1 base; Noyes. catcher; Gir\als. left 11 field; Danner, right short; Hielbig, right field; Jones, third base; Dins- S nlore. pitcher. 1' IScore by Innings: White itHouse .... 0 6 0 0 1 25 1 2-17 p Shamrocks . 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 1- 7 Sulmmary-Strulck oult-fBy 1'ergII bnn, 10; by Dltnsmore, 4. Buses on balls-ty Ferguson, 6; by Dinsmore, 2. I.)uble plays---Litth,, Iunnansisted Iulschllnach, untnlielstld; I.Ittle to i\'n- p staiuley. I mpires--Stone and ilMc- I. ('arthy. Time iof guime-One hour andd 40 nltituttS. FOUR LYNCHED. liiatnilton. (ta., Jun 2. --A . Inmob of H 100 niin broke into the i lrris rll nty 0 jail here torniglht, ovtlert ared Jailer si E. NM. Itabbitsnn. tu,.k four nlgroes, i three mnon and onle ,r it.dn, out tlld ii hluigeil thlielt to ttreeis one mile from touwn. The Lulhes wtre riddled with g hull~,t. It its estilimatetd that 300 shotn 1t Wert fireid.. " t'ie attl S lit s t. title of tthe cormedy Ity Misn R.hutl (c'rolthlers, in wiit \'lln Vil .\lA lhn will be seen at lan early atle. 'l'il Ilty was tried out earlier in the seas lni b'y a cast healdedl by Geiorge nFawi tt and .Miss Enitt1a D)unn. RELEL liS # WALL STREFJ REALIZING SALES AND OTHWR CAUSES TEND TO BRING DOWN MANY ISSUES. .8 New York, jan. 22.-The crmnined effects of realising sales and of lower prices of Americans in London were uttfflcint in the morning tralding on' the stock market to force 4 lowet level. The bidding up of Roadi~ qnd4 the strength of a few mitbor stocks axerted no apparent Intftuence, al though the list held steidler as the day advanced. The undertone be came better after 11 o'clock and nl activity Increased as prices advanCed. t Reading and the Hill stocks showed strength, hilt the remainder of the ac tive list was bclow last week's clos Ing figures. Prices weakened and the lowest flg tures of the morning were recorded in the speculative favorites. United States Steel gave way a point and declines of a similar amount were made in some other Issues. Rnading brake to fractlonally below Saturday's clnsing and there was a decided re actional showing In some of the earlier stocks, Including the Hill and Trac lins. Piocks in which speculation is never active fell sharply on small sales. Aside froll the 1i111 Issues, many of the nlarket teadern (were quoted well undler Sllaturday's prices, with the losses averaging about a point In Union Pacific, Lehigh Valley, Amalga manted ('Ipper and Atnericint L Smelting. The market closed heavy. Trading be ciamnl livelier in the last half hour on 1 large lurchllases of the Hill stocks. (ir'iat Northern preferred rose 2% and Northern Pacific 1%. The rest of the list was strengthened slightly. Stocks were sold again in the last few mln rtis, l'nlted States Steel declining to New York Closing Stooks. New York, Jan. 22.-Today's closing quotations ot the exchange follow: Amalganlated Copper ................... 65 American Smelt. & Refining ...... 72 do preferred (hid) ............. .103% A naconda .................. ............. ... 38 % Atchison . ................106l Atlantic Coast Line .....................3.....13t Tialtlmore & Ohio .... . ..............10 Canadian Pacific ........ .......232 Chesapeake & Ohio .............. 72% ,Chicago & Northwestern ............141 Chicago, Mil. & Pt. Paul .........10A% I ('olorado Fuel & Tron (hidl)......... 44 I Delaware & Hudson ...........172 Denver & Rio (Oranldo ............ 22. I1 ?rle ... ................3 4 (roent Northern preferred . 131 . 1 (trent Northern re tf. ........ 41% cGeneral lertric . 15Ry I Illinois Contral (hid) ....... 140 1 International Harvester ..... 106 l., lsvilllo &. Nashvill . ........ 1 Lehigh Vnlle}y .18. 4 Missouri Paciflc.... 40% Missoluri, Kansas & Texas .......... 2,%1 National Lad .......... ..... 54 New York Central ............ o R4 Norfolk & Western ............... 1074 Northern Pacific . ............ I P'nnstvlvanit ........ 123% Reading 1!571 t lock Island ...l 4 do preferred (Ihll) . .. i 1 Southern Pacific 17......... % United State Steooel 6.y do preferred 111% Wabash (hld) .7 do preferred (hhl) (b ..)........ .... 1, Western Union .. .. ........... Metal Market. New York. Jan. 22.-Rtandard cop per, dull; spot, $41414.15: March, $14 it814.25. l,,lad, dull. $4,40( 4.5,0. tIrll" silver, 57%c. Livestock Market. ''hlleago. Jan. 22.--(tttle-Receicpts, 29.000: nlarkeIt staily, 10c lower. IHeeves. $4.80(79 40; Texas s thers. $4.40 #115.85; western steers', $4.68017.25; stic('kers aunll feed1ers. $3.75ffR8: 'ows ntld Illifers. $2.256t6.70; calves. $6.25 I Q 9.50. Hags-Revecilpts 55,n,00; mlarkt.t slolw, generally l0c lower. Light. $1.5006 8.10: mixed, $5.550Fr6.25: heavy, $5.8.06.25: roiaghl, $5,tsl 4; pis,. $4.2505.50; bulk of sails. $6.o05t, 8.20. Sheep-- .I lubIts 30,000; narkt. stealy, shade lowerI'. Native, $3.250 4.70: W\siernI, $3.800 4.75;3 yearlings, $4.90 5. o5: Il|)tiai, IlatIl., $4.500O6.80; I wcstern, $SirfO.Rs... Minneapolis Whet,. Mlnnocapolls Jnt. 22,1-Wheat-May, $1 05,% l.nS: July.. 61.06%, ('ash-No. I hiard, $1.06%1: No. 1 nlorthtern. $1.03 0. 1.0414: No. 8 whetat, $1.o1 ) 1i 1.02. Money Masket. Newl York. Jail. 22.-1]'rmlo Inercan tll. Inltl'r 31%0'4 per c(('lt. Pterllng ixchul; o firm1, with actual business in balkilirs' 1ills at 484 for 80-day bills itnd it 467.25 for demanind.. Commer cl;l bills 453t4. o'overnmelt bonds, a'ilsy: railroads, firm. M-lcy on call Isit'itly, 2% per celt; ruling rate, slIt,,ly, and offcr'il at 2% pI'r Cent. I ''ie lihns, steady: 60 days, 2.12% i tir ci Ii: 90 dl vs. 2.' pier cOllt; alx I us) 314luer ''l I. NO SYNDICATING, Sialt ink. (City, Jun. 22.--"Mr. MlcCoy lIndo apll (etlon i 'tri the Ialst franI clilse I)i'cI',,iii..r 21," said \'. 11. ]Luca' , irohlent of tle [Tnioll asschctlaon, in I stateleint tlonight. "I il\'estigated hlis sltanding and flounllil that he was financially reslainml)le and a good man ito Ihave in thilt league. It was on this Slllwlng tha.t I lht him lhave tlhe fran chtie. Any implic.atlon that syndlicating is being attilnlctod li aihsurd." -- - -- a . ... . ... .. w - m Harsh physics react, weak en the bowels, cause chronic constipation. Doan's Regu lets operate easily, tone the Stomach, cure constipation. 25c. Ask your drugalat for them. iTiVEISVILLL * D!. NOUNCE TAL. A, 0CA -f .OCA TION OP 8ANI M. Bt Lnetallle, ' , pecal.) There 'was a moetinlg Btevenf. Ville Merchants' assog tonight every member WeO, 't. The meeting was called on t of the opposition which had .;.ploped I1 spme quarters to thlt I n of the state tuberculeoss hb.oop ear Ste vensville and the quo Oit wa dis cussed at length and 'Witi muich fv.or. At the conclusion of the debate, the following resolution wal uhanhinuisly adopted: 13e it resolved, That the ltevenvlle Merchants' association doss denounce the attempt which has beeti made' by any Individual or Indvly(tgwis against the location of the tubitllosies alnil tarium near Stevensvllle, o)t tilt this assnclation is unanimoutti fl intnlring the location and in usl0.td tth utmost effort to secure the location near Stet vensvllll The question of securln lk fro,l tihe Yellowstone for the ring- ti the mInn. tains back of Stovenjyilý, whi'h hluts been mentioned at lenit In Thi M lis soutlan, was also dlsAmStt. 4td the as sociatlon promised to ma.i I ,posible effort to have two cars shipped t,, Ste vensville. The matter of two telephone t.mins and the attendlant extra *6tpen..is f'or nished the themetn for another ext. ,tdml dliscussion, at the conclusion or sýhich this resoluttion was adopted \nlthoit opposition: Resolved. That the Stevesrivil, Mer chants' association is opposed t, tet expense of keeping tlp two tcil'Ih m.-ne systems and the secretary is instrl.ted to take up the matter with the ie1ll and the Independent companies. FANS IN SMOKY CITY WILL HAYE BASEBALL Butte, Jan. 22.-At a meetihg of tlns called tonight by W. J. Walsh, con tractor, who holds a liea for $3.400 upon a ball pare constructek last sea son In Butte by J. J. MOhnskey, a proposition for the formation of a comn pany to be capitalized at $15,000 wasr launched and a committee appointed to report its progress to a nt, tting next Wednesday night. \Wa;lsh's scheme proposes the sale of statk in the company to Butte Ians and the liquidation of all Indebtedness incurred by the construction of the park. The I ersonnel of the committee ',til6we: Sheriff John K. O'Rlourke, Mike hee han, C. H. Lane, C. U. Iewls and Larry Duggan. Walsh has hid ttlfried over to him by McCloskey the Butte franchise, the park and all the players. It developed that McChloskey personally (owes about 82,000 In Butt,, In connec tion with the batsebaill v ntlre above the amount of Walsh's li,.n and one levied by the Largey Lumtlthar company for $4,085. About 50 fan.t utt .atded to night's meeting. Alias Summons. State of Montana, Ct'a y of MIs soula-ss. In the Justice's c'ourt ,f Hellgate Township, before H. M. Small, Justice of the Peace. Missoula Mercantlle ('C, .I' uly, a cor poration, plalntlff. E. C. I"'lauler, de fendant, 'The State of Montatllllt the above ittedlll dt-fetndlant, gr.eetlnat: You are heIt'll,y tulllll lltla t to ap pear anId .answer before lte, H. M. Smallll, a julstice of the ia ''.ae, in and for the ('outty of .MoIssal;a. at qty of feie n11 Mlissula, ton thit ITth day of l'ebruary. A. I). 11l2. at I, i o'clock a. In. of sahil day, to thit. 'a,,lplailt t of .Missoulat Merc·alti llll a 'al,ny the above name.d plainlitiff, in a 'iv til thCtloi n to rett'ver tIe aa111t aal ta\a, hundred llnnety-four dollaurl llald tili'tyr Jenta ($294.30), tand the costs of thisl action fajr aaltance' 11ldu oiln e(',rlait goods, wares and nilrehal'hliaals aa MatI caad dolly 't'eal It defeittiantt at ala sptucial in statlIc aind rital ltqlst belat\\, a October 12, 1911. and (kOtaetlOr 21, Ii11, as set out In tile cmuollaltt .n lfil hcrelq, to which canplainlt referenle, is hereby made. And If you fall taO apapear and answe\r Ias above reqllluired, Judgment ,l ll be taken agalnst yoau alltrding to complaintt filed herein, it aUt ou which Is her'wlith served aln s t \otII. (Ivtn under nity lhand this 15th day of Janluary, A. D. 11912. I1. M+ . 1.,Lt Justicetlt'r iat,. Peace. FRANK A. 1:t ýIt.itT$, Attorney foar l'lttlitlkf. 1-10-23-20-2- . Notice to the Stockholders of thuIe a gone . Anderson Gold Minify Company, a Corporation.,r Youl rind each of your ar hereby nl.tifield Ihlit on Wc'ednlstl,,\. Ia'ebruary 21, 1912, at the hottr of lat0 ' "nali.ka m. of said date, at the tuft i f' the O aI. Mlonte & Anderson Gooll t\linlg cont pat'ry, tat tooa m 301 :tolttnt a t tulling. In the city of Missoulaa, statt, ,I . on tuna, there 'alil Ibe utsesaaleaaal and held a meeting of thle sttcakhaalalrsa of.t Magone & Anderson Goldl 3i1 u a0bi. Pany, for the laurpose alf a t sfd,0i' the stile of thte entire Iprot'., It hold t .n l of said company of ievry kitd, Ogar atter and description, Ibeint the Mar gone & Anderson qtuarltz a' ,.I mi1ing| elaim, the Lido lode miniag '(laim, the Adella lode mining 'la itat and the Nuancy' Hallks lode Ia inin tt, laint, all situate in the First (Than. ,. Itailing it trict of Granite (forme.tly I)r Ia I ) coUllty, state of Monta;ntl, togather with all the ilnprovai.nentia aand fixtvres Ippjertaining thereto; said l ale to be foir a money conslderatlon; also bo the purpose of voting oiat sad alrO postedl sale and to take tiat I,'ga 11 necessary steps to carry Iout thie a. of sulch stockholders meeting with etf erence thereto. MI)WAIll .1.100,.1", PrAeslAent of the Mitagrn & Anda.esl fold Mining t'ompany. Attest: JIONNISI MAGON2, 8eeretary of said ('company. Dated Missoula, Manataila, JAtU 20, 19i0, -1 .a 1-23 to 2.35 inc.; 2-12 atd 2-19. ", +.': ' ;. . Musoaula h follgowln at paised1 bjet to final a And ingµtn reofto be hld tIbt oound* ci o . ir In the aitYltaf the city o 'Misboa, Montato Wedneda, January , 1, 18 at 10 o'clook a., ..at whlah time a4d. p)ece the owners or agents of ownem of land situated withln said proposed. sp.lat Minprpo Inent distrtct No, It shall brs, the Sht.to apr U d .prote s improvymtept d tr lt, sr to e of said Impovemetat , or to the inl passage and adoption of said resolu tion. TI'ittd. A. StrPlr, City Clerk. I RBOLUtTION.O O. 480k. A Resolution Creating Special Ira provement Districlt INo. 11, in t.4 City of Mlssot la,l: Mpotena, for th. Purpose on f tReconltrting Cmen_ idewalks, Eatendl.ti,n4he Width o Cement Sidewalks. Building and Con, structing a Combination Cement Curb and Gutter and Piving With , Brick Pavement All that Pottion. o Higghts Avenub In the City of Mis soula, Montana, from the Southerly Boundary of the Rlglf of, Way of the Northern Pacific Railway Co - pany to the North Channel of the Missoula River. Whereas, It Is the Intention of the council of the city of Missoula, Mon. tana., to create a special improvement district In said city for thg construct ing of cement sidewalks, extending the width of cement sidewalks, building and constructing a combination ce sent curb and gutter, and paling with a brick pavement all that portion of Higgins avenue from the southerly ,boundary line of the right of way,of ithe Northern Pacific Railway <om pany to the north channel of the Mis soula river, the payments of assess ments for which are to be made In in stallments, and are to extend over a period of eight years, and the costs of which special Imnprovements (less any amount mwhich may be payable by any person or corporation occupying any part of the street under franchise), within the special improvement dis trict hereby created, Including the costs of street and alley Intersections, shall be paid by the entire district, each lot or parcel of land within the district to be aesessed for that part of the whole cost which its area bears to the entire district, exclusive of +streets, alleys and public places; and Whereas, an approximate estimate of the cost of the improvements here In set forth, has been made, and is hereby declared to be as follows: $3,100 per lot of 10 feet in width by 130 feet in depth, and a total cost of $71.300. Therefore, be it Resolved, by the council of the city of Missoula, Montana, that the special improvement district hereby created, be, and the same is hereby designated and known as BSpecial Improvement District No. 11; that' the boundaries of said Special Improvement District No. ii, are hereby fixed and described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the point where the line dividing lots 21 and 22, in block I, of the C. P. Higgins addition to the town of Missoula, It continued would intersect the center line of the right of way of the North. ern Pacific Railway company, and running thence in a southerly direction along said continued line, and along said line dividing said lots 21 and 22, In block 1, of iaid C. P. Higgins addi tion to the town of Missoula, and con tinuing on the same course and long a line running northerly and southerly, parallel with and distant 30 feet west erly from the westerly line of Higgins avenue, crossing West Railroad, West Alder, West Spruc , West Pine, West Cedar, West Main and West Front streets, and running through blocks 1, 10, 11. 20, 210and 27 of C. P. Higgins addition to the town of Missoula, and through blocks 3 and 4 of the original townsite of the town of Missoula, to a point distant 147 feet southerly from thesoutherly llne of WestlFront street; thence easterly ac~ross Higgins avenue to a point In block 5 of the original townaslte of the town of Missoula, which said point is distant 30 feet easterly from th6 cnsterly line of Hig gins avenue and 25 feet southerly from the, southerly line of Bank street; thence, northerly along a line running northerly and southerly, parallel with and distant 30 feet uastrlty from, thile easterly line of Hiiggins avenue, cross nlu Bank street, East Front; K'ast Main, East Cedar, East 'lne, East Bpruce, East Alder and East Railroad streets, and running through blocks 2 and 5 of the original townsite of the town of Missoula, and through blooks 23. B, C, M amid N, of the C. P. lif* gifs addition to the town of Missoula, to a p interseetion with the center line of the rigt mt of way othe oaorthern Pacific Railway company, and running thence westerly and along said center line of the right of away of the North-i ern Pqclfic Railway company to the place qf begilnlnng, and all being in the city .. Missoula, county of Mlssoula and state of Montana. That the char acter of the improvements which are to be ,made in said speclal Improve-i ment istrict No. 11, are as follows, tq wit: To grade and pave 'with a brick pavlug, on a six-inch concrete base,l all that portion of Higgins avenue from the southerly line of the right of waO o the Northern Pacific Railway comi$y to the nortll channel ot..ttIe Miippdla river, 668 eet in width between curbv. To reconstruct and rebuild cer memt sidewalks where necessary, atdj to hiuld and construct cement side Wikl to an additional width of 161 fe ahld to build and construct, .4qm bi.tion cement curbs anq, am r., a keach side of said sir tI. a.iprovements contoemf'1 d at ted p aent time are to be confined to p folioinhg part of the dt1tCItrt: , All pqrtloi. of Higgins avenue ,nrpmo, so1tJh~rly boundary line of the rit oS way of the Northeen Pic tle & om pa.oy to the north ohannel of the Mhs sqla, river, including all street and al leyi lttrsectlons, and between the east rY td cwesterly lines of said Hi_. gM avenue: and further, be It eilved, thlat the 3Slt day of Jan u$dy 1312o at 10to o'clock a. m. of said dIy h4h and the same is hereby desig at sthe time, and the coundil 2b in the city hall in the city of Mllia, Montana, at the place, when ad ihere the city council will be in gpml, and will hear objeetions or prtets, if any there be, to the ore aIh of said special improvemkint diL. tr. NRo. 11, or to the making of said Iprovements, and any and all persons whv are the owners or agents of own e o f any lot or parcel of land situ idithin said proposed spaelal im p vqent district No. 11. shall, at dtitne and place, have the right to psar at Msid meeting, litter in Iler o' by counsel, and object to or a*at glnst tbhe oralton Of it ( hal Ipronveh nt distrfet, dI to the Ipn of said improvements, and to ***** f* *s , . " Gar abis have co A t haand le complete assortments of yat , , t ,.Wl . - Pine and Montana Larch. Our facilities perwaf delay. Shipments made orN .. an , P. S. railtway, t Iatge and eowe1te . a.f y ,n connection which mikes anythi n tn - I Sash, Door. Win ,fo and Door ...-es, 0.,. manufacture wf The Proposmton of a_________ Vacuum Geaner Now Housecleaning time with its dread and drudge will soon be at hand. If you owned an electric machine there would be no housecleaning period to think about. Your house would be in a perfect sanitary and clean condition at all timnes. Actual cost of operation amounts to 1¼ cents per hour. Investigate. lissolal iLght & Water Company. the final adoption and passage of this resolution; and further, be it Resolved, that the city clerk be, and he is hereby Instructed and directed by the city council to have this reso lution published in "The Daily Missou hlan," a newspaper printed and pub lished in said city of Missoula, for at least five days before the tlpin set for the hearing objection or protests to the creation of said special improve ment district, and the making of said improvements, and the final adoptloh of this resolution. And it is hereby declared to be the intention of the city council to fittally pass and adopt this resoluttlo on Wednesday, the 31st day of January, 1912, at said rieetirLg of the city .eUlh ell, unless objctlons or protests are made at said time and plare by own ers or agents of owners representing more than one-halt In area of all of the property which would be asesetd to defray the cost of making said Im provements. Finally adopted by the council this ... day of .......................... 1912, and approved this ....... day of ..... ................. 1912. Attest. Mayor. City Clerk. 1-19-23. Pro'" ~i Vl ODYov Short Mill Wood Proqipt delivery. T ry, per load .i ....................S4. Partly dry, while it lasts....3.T Polleys Lumber G(. ' Sawmill 'ie1 ONES- 424 Iat. Ml Brothers stak e ads bhigh.er!a plaaes. COKE Our genuine Gas Coke at $8.50ýsýtub will o- furthey and last longer ftilit anmy 'tn of al.'' ,-11#,ton nd b ooJsllof The Palace Hotel Cafe FINEST AND MOST REASON ABLE RESTAURANT IN STATE. Commutation Meal Tiokets, Iil for $5.00. Tuesday. Thursday and Sunday evenings a fine musteal programl will be rendered by our four-piece orchestra. Coal and Wood' Bear Creek and Aome Lump DUNLAP BROTHERS First National Bank Block. Phones: Bell 810; Ind. $815. MAPES & MAPES Fall and Winter Shoe Display. .,soula Iron Wowr Brass and Iron assUtls. Skholida' work done to order. Corqbt hr To avenue and Bitter Root trSaits. Bell Phkne 6114 loack Ind. PhteI.S Ioyt-*Dlcklason Plrate e Kurtsman, Knabe, Baby pianos, musical Instruments ani music. Next to a~lden Ru*le ,el M L GULDEN STAIE T XIbkR# T *B4 FUltV. Won ,Me'd at .t. Lo.i,e 8U est Mu.ia itsee*. • leoa.