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Table SAb1er Is the delght of the house keeper when she ssse it dec orating her hospitable table or ornamenting hei buffet, lending a tone to her dining room. Our stock Is artistic; produced by the most talent ed designers, and is the high Pet production of the silver smith's art We will be pleased s a show you the latt estL Uproctlons. 'We are careful to see that every thing we select is distinctly out of the ordinary, and never of the "bargain.satle' strt. And for this. known quality you pay it price that Is only just and reksonablc. Flo0 e Hotel Building Phone 431 Red. To Loan oU Improved City and farm Property 8% INTEREST For three or five years with privi lege of repayment of whole or part In two and a half years. WINSTANLEY REALTY INVESTMENT CO. Western Montana National Bank Building, Missoula, Mont. Rowland, The Jeweler Walees, Iesum9s. Jewelry Specal! attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRING 114 East Main Street. J. W. LISTER Stationery, Blank Books and Office Supplies 114 East Main Street INSURANCE FIRE-LIFE-ACCIDENT GOOD SERVICE, GOOD COMPANIES Peckham, Pettitt & Osborne 108-110 East Main Street. Window Glass -AT SIMONS 812 Higgins Avenue, Union Iron Works 515 West Main Street. Independent Phone 1840. Bell 1068 Black. General Poundry and Machine Work Take Your Prescriptions TO Smith's Drug Store SOUTH SlIDE PHARMACY 20-Passenger Tally-lto-6 lHorses Across the Reservation DAILY SCHEDULE Leaves Ruvall 8 a. m.; leaves Pol son 8 a. m. Arrived Polon 2:30 p. m.; arrives Ravalll 2:30 p. m.. via. Ronan and Mission. T. L, BATEMAN. Ravalli, Mont. HENLEY, EIGEMAN & Co. GROCERS 116 Higgine Avenue Bell Phone 87. Ind. Phone 474. The best of everything in the market Interstate Lumber Company 608 TOOLE AVENUE Bonner Millwood in 10-inch l. ngths (dry), per lan .............$4.50 Owl Creek Coual. per ton........$8.00 Bear Creek Coal, per ton........ $7.00 R.eoky Pork Coat, per ton....16.5Q0 PIHONSWI6 SELL 100. IND. 742. When old jrl Arthur ruled in state, he laid table round, where Jeweled knights the:r dinners MOD. N nte and satisfaotion KNI GIST found. They ate their meats: they quaffed their ale; they passed the merry jest; then donned their bomhhproof coats of Mamill and each man did his hest. On battlcfields they faced the foe, in any l;rsd if wenther; whlene'er there wasr a foe to fight, these good knights fought together. lint whent there was no foe to fight, these knights would right each other-they had to keep in fighting trim, though entch might chop his Ibrother. N.\--tlory he!-we have no kig. hiut-Praise I.h!-we've a tablle; and we lt\e lmen who, at a feast, :'cre valiant knights and able. 'l'ihy lmay he only eunty dads; thiey nlly., l(prchlllne', he clerks; but iw.hen they 'ric rented ait a feed-each ltpublic strvulnt works. And there are sturdy trench.ermllen among the state's as snsoris; they know the valite of good e.ats, though oft they are lpmr Iguessers. Tolaly, these men will scrapI agaIn concernlling valuation. and rlllllns and grades and. other thlngs; aind they'll roast registration. But when they've hatin their intra-lfight thecy'll ilst1n fir ithe ullllth, to tell 'etl how the folks will vote-andl then, Just wath II h thin ulnch. IFor, more thanll Illands, lIIhe. tlint the votes; luld 'even v\inllctiln btcmotces a. secondary tiring, hlsid, renonmina ntion. Alldrlew Io,gan made Msls' progress yevsterday mo'irnlng on his elrIly wa\lk down town. It wasn't ANDREW dull to tlh Inseciure IS BUSY footing, however, that lie didn't get along faster. It was ,ecar'll he had to stop allnd acknowledgl e the c'ngrltalll ltions f abollut every r.seconl inan he met. There are it good alliy Iw'ople In Mis soulia who are genuinely glad that Mr. tAlgan is to be the next p.,stlnaster; there is a1 sort of unwritten law which itiutke~n two terms the Imit and if i'ostnIIasi.r Rlosi c'ould.tn't get another term. the o Itwple is a rule, are mighty glid that the appointment hais gone to the' former mayor. There are sione others who didn't care so much, but who11 thought it would he bet tio con gratulate Mr. Logan, just the samle, evi\dently bel'iehving that the extending of the glad hand at this stage of the ga;ime might re'sullt 1in their getting bet ter manll service oinle of these days. Thiere really shoulld h,e a great tm pIroveinent durlng tlhe 1,mlgan term. The new lesttmnaster will get just anlout fat'rly settled in his new chair when it will he time to move to the new fe.d.ral hulliing, where the; better ar rangetInenit land the increased roii.m will lakel it possible to do more ef floieit work than hasl bteen Iesenlle in ithe ol. crtLlunsd qiuart'ern iof 'the ifflee. Mr. oIgan has ai h.ap of wor'k aheiad of him, buht he is a horse for work aind ithat dlioesnt se'rl.l,' hilrn. Many of the' v'isiting erllnty officers have spentcl ah gIe .ti dieal of titeo In the illis.wition of Missula A GOOD .,ount\'s latd-ownership SYSTEM rcoirds in the assessor's offlee''. This system. de\viseld by N. . I1' Kr,n.. who was for, so many viyrs asseissor aind depulllty, has b in ndoptill by sevri\'l of Mon tanllil's cou'llttlt.es uld It is approved icrdiilly by all a ho seef, It andi who get to uIlnderstand it. It is Si, al elie that it pIdeases those who hve' sItruggled along h with l the obi. i('Iilnhersoine I ith ,ll, a:nd It Is so nu i ('(Ira.t that it leaves littlle c'ihalcetl.' for 'rri anl)' a vywhere. Mr. Krl.onel i an expert in all mattlor per tiningl to ~lnsmtlitn' work and hei has lbeen busy. this week, explain.ng the de'tail!s f lthe.I s.s'tem which he inttn dluced here and of which the county Is justly proud. Ienrly yesterday inirning there wais ft K.otp of visitors in the nasessor's office and Mr. Cur. rii alld his delputhle had their hands full in making the explanationswhich vwere asked. "Thse are the prettiest reeo.rd I ever acNe.," said one of the visitors after he had looked through ithi. s\'sit'm '"Thley are accurate, too. Jusit as, it matter of utility, they ,are ia gIl';ti thllig for a "wtnty 'to have, hut Ith,'\' alr .sr lirtty as any p!ctire IWRsk iuIi lhi'y ionlllk' tile lsessor'sl uific' lhok IIkil, iii arlt sitire. I wtotnil her that every county des hlot adopt liiit syslnm. It heals anything ilse I t'Vt-r icn'V." The holne.-Industry talk get; stronger 'v(ery day. T''hat Is oner of Ithe good signl of the January RIGHT days. Th'l. M.an About GOODS Town hears more tailk along this line, there dav., thantl hi ever heard l before. The talk blollt h1ne hricek for the .wiving of ith a've. iie lII omn of the favorite tlhei.es. Tl'here are lmany plliple who would likI tIo soneI the palitnIelit on Hig gins 111avenue loa of MIssnila, brick, but all of theii agree that It must be shown l1 ,yn- tld doubt that the home brick will stand the wear as well as any otller. Thls Is, of course, 4the preslumptionl)tll with which we must stal'rt, always, In homle-ndulstry talk that the home Imaterial Imust be up to sttantdard. The homle inerrchant Ilas ino right to a~ k for home lstr.l age If he doesn't deliver the ignods. The home inaniufaelturer hlas no right to expect home customers If his wares are nnt uli to grade. And no merchlant or manufacturer will ask for business up-'! on nily other baisis. 'ppiaklng yesterday ,of the lving inllmattr ni HiggIns a\Ivenue mai 1sa11: "I want the avenue ptved w 11h home hrlk If the home brick IslI g.,ot. J'rom all the htlnuiry I have madllie. I bellov, tllhalt the (a.ly we have hIri Is just right for thils class of brhlck. It seems, then, that the maan 'lictillrcturers shoulld hie able to turn out ai hl.ik that ,.vlill be Just as good as a.lny other. It Is up to them to show ius glood br)k. If they can furnish a hrick that will stand the test, I am for the1m, first, lust and all ,the time., Th' a aving prop~saltion ln .an impor tulnt Imat'ter. T'his tfrst lob must be dne right. IL oeffect will be greatt, onle way or another," Prnles.or Plscher, liolln ernd piano le'sons, 503 8, 4th. Bell 558 Orange, WTm At40" THTE Desired estatles It would be absolutely Impo*slble to make a better cold cream thial our Imperial Cold Cream. It has every good quality that a cold (;ream can have, .t is pure, and our Improved methods of preparing produces a cream of un usual daintiness. Its exquisite per. tume is a particular delight to ladies. IMPERIAL COLD CREAM. Unlike most cold creams, never be comes rancid and Irritating It's a marvel for healing more, chapped sur faces and keeps the skin smooth, vel vety and iclar. Nothlng its equal for curing wind-irritated, chapped skin or for massage purposes. We want to refund your money if you are not satisfied with it. 2B5 and 6O0. Missoula Drug Co. Wholesale and Retail. INTEREST GROWING IN CONCERT PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY PRE PARING TO RENDER A CLASSY PROGRAM NEXT MONDAY. IEnch day interest increases In the comiln concert to he given by the 'hillharmonie society. Those who know of the raork of the organisation since Its seasnon openedl three monthe ago are aware of the hard work which has been piat Into the preparation of this program. Those who have been fortunate enough to attend a rehearsal lately know how excellent the music is to be and they are telling their friends not to miss the opportunity. The concert will be at University hall, 3Mnday evening, January 29. The following in the program: Philharmonic chorus The Mill .............. ...... ....... Jenen A Sprng Hnong ... Plneutl Violoncello solo (a) Musette ............. Offenbach (b) Traumerel ......... Schumann Master Hans Fischer. Soprano solo-"I Would Linger." (flounod), from Romen and Juliet ................. Mrs. Paul . Phillips Instrlmental enseemble (a) Bieroeune ........... Arlnas Jarnefelt (b) 'The Swan ..... ..Saint naenn Professor Fischer. MiS Tietjen, Mrs. Lombard and Hann P'lscher. Philharmonic choru- The l.ng rDay Closes .. Sullivan hat l na .. ................... Cnw n Piano solbo- lRomlnnze,." (liroenfeit) SI............... rnice llerry Vocal Solo (n) Invictuts .......... ........ Huhn (b) At l)iwnng .............. Cadman (c) Warum .............. Techikovsky L. C. Pettltt. Instrumental ensemlrle (a) Pennee d'Amour ......... . Cly (h) "A Toi," waltz serenade..Czlbulka S idlers chorus from oplera, "'aunt" ((lounod) ...... Philharmonic chorus THE WEATHER There were ninny who fell for yes terday's weather. After the shower of early morning the walks and streets were simply too slippery for anything but splikes for a couplle of hours. The Ire was olly short lived, however, and lAfter Ia couple of hours had melted. The day was fine throughout. The records: Maximum .................451 Minimum ........ ..........30 At 6 a. m. Thermometer ..........................34 Barometer ........ ...........06:46 At 6 p. m. Thermometer .... ...........40 BaUromneter ........ ............ 26:41 Precipitation: .14 Inches. Northwest wind. NOTICE. Manager Fleming of the roller skating rink announced last night that to had as his guest the greased pig hat will run In the roller rink Friday evening. Don't fall to see the pig :aught on roller skates. Skating as asual. Race called lit 9 oclock, sharp. TAKE NOTICE. The Ladles of the Misluionary nso 1t,ty of the C'alvary (hrlustlan church sill hold It food saloe t Coffee's drug (torn Saturday, January 27. Barber & Marshall Bell Phone 20. Ind. Phone 420. Bright, Green Car of fancy, seernnd-cuttlng of clean, bright, Ireen alfalfa hay at 809 per bale. A fine food for ohlokens and a great milk producer fotr the coW. CONVENTION'4ft*-. ,t SECTIONS oDVOTI MO.Ft.hi o BUSI NESS O! OPPICES. Commissiloners, lettks and assearsa, all got down to, bIatnea promptly yesterday mornlin when the clock in the courthnune tower rang out the hour of 10. The Assesswdr had been wrestling with smfe of their special probleme before the hour struck. The clerks bad been inaltil an inspeatlon of the pleasant "qlIT e of Hew Ku phal and the comltY.tlers had been lIeking over the oQwrthouse to dls cover its good and bad points as a county home. There were no lag garde. Red apples, sweet older and good roads constituted the program of the commissioners at the morning session. The tables in the d.ltict courtroom were piled high with boxes of bright, red fruit and the hxpert services of "Father" Kelley had been enlisted to tap of keg of sweet cider which George Nlrdar had btought down from the ('lark ranch up the Rattlesnake to give the visitors an idea of what is what. Acting President Curran opened the morning session with the announce ment that one of the veteran orchard men of the county wanted to say a word about red apples. He Introduced William purglin of Orohard Homes, who reviewed In three minutes his ex periences of 30 years. He talked in terestingly, but his most affective argument was the invitation to the commissioners to "dig in" on three Iboxe of apples that he hid brought for their edification. The invitation was accepted with a rush. George Browvn was so long a com missioner of Bilver Row county that he is considered a member of the association and is free to go or come at their sessions as if ,he were yet in the harness. fo when lie strolled In with 10 gallons of sweet rider and a few boxes of McIntosh Reds from the Clark ranch yesterday morning, ,he was greeted as a long-lost brother. He didn't come as a prodigal sn, but his welcome was In that cals. The comm mlssioners considered his proposition enthusiastically. Wihen the horticultural discussion had been disposed of, Preshlent Curran said that there had been a desire ex pressed by many of the commlssioners to know just 'that form of procedure had to be followed in ohtailning the services of the penitentiary convicts for road construction. HIe Introduced Assistant Attorney General Towner to make the desired explanation, and Mr. Towner talked for a few minutes along the line suggested. At the conclusion of ,Mr. Towner's talk. Commissioner F'urnish of Custer c.Ulity took the floor. lie said the enmmissioner lihad gone on reoerd the (lay before as favoring the full-valua tion assessment. He regarded that as the most Important topic vwhch.the as sociation had to consider. le con sidered the matter of good-road work as the next question In point of Im portance and he thought it should he taken up at once. He reviewed in terestingly the national movement in favor of good highways and paid high tr'bute to the accompllhments of the National Good Roads association. He moved that each countlly in Montana contribute 130 tdward the work of the national association. This motion prevailed and the assoielation moved on to the consideration of socai phases of the hightway-building work. Comnmissloner Duffy of Granite county was the next speaker. He re viewed the experience of his county In roand-bullding with the Deer Ldoge conviots. From this experience the drew conclusions and gave advice to other countles *as to how to proceed to best advantage in building diffl cult road with the prisoners. Commissioner Miller of Sanders county said that a contract with the prison board had been to deliVer the prisoners used In road work ee, but that a bill for $700 for rtrwsprt ltton had been presented and *id. As slatant Attorney General ,bwner ex plained to the commissloners that it had been decided that fromt now on prisoners would be delivered to their work free of charge. Othe.' commi sloners took part in ,the diseuulon, In eludlng D. T. Curran of Mdsoula. Mr. .urran reported the local experience witi conavict labor as havlnl been Ileasarnt and atlisfaentor The Clerks. The county-cloek piart of the eon ventlon had a buty morning. With Deputy Fealer of Werghts r 4ld ýMeas Ur,. ('erby ,the clerk. , discussed weighlts and meaures aIHd aearned a lot of Important things. Then they took uip the regletratlon law again, meeting with AralstaUt At turney Towner. TPoday the clerks wel cnnelder rnad Irlvw, will elent orlficrs and will wind lup thoe' annual bhuiness. They have had a. good meeting. The Alsessors. The a naeesboru dlieslcHel dtlftrm to-, sesInn14lnt for the large taxpayers of the state arnl Presidenlt 'urfle named the following committees, whlºh are to report on eqruahle andll (qultable met.h das of aswseetng: Telegraph- 'V O,. C.o\an, Jamae H, Mitchell, Frank FI. Steele, M, I, OLV&a neus.h. Mines and mining m.htlMry- Mitchael Burnett, W. In, Albright, CavanaAuh, Park and Holden,. Lumber--J. W. Jolhnllln Itswg't,'. Martin Gleoason and William P. MnY. Bank.-a ead mercantile eolamles- A. P. Smith, Stewart, Park .an J. . Clawson. Resolutions--Rean, o('wan and Johal anns and4s-Robb na. Smith, P. W, Har wImdI, Cowan arnd t(kiaon. lvrestock-George T. Robb'p, I$l Buckley, C. . Roan, JamePs . 7" 7 Pr eal, 'r vill, tradil for ,t e DIfy ogJLA CkR IAM 4 $ P1 West Q*4p. i e lp ietl s°e i i tiooouo a.t. Bert °oNc pdisol a Nrmttn, t, o Sol.o of the tern tn. TSte oef t 9ttEraanls from the stow outqe had not n weet elder aind ood to them. trt The odnvety too hinery men are tha orf theil busy bees. Also, Colonel Spullt n did , god stroke of sdverttranr fo himself co Astltarnt Attorney ld erl 'addwner or couhttie had not seen sweet cider since they left heaione be slago.e. Intoke good to themadv n the matter o u The roaduntes whiner men are the original buy bees.d. Also, Colonel Upurgin did a good trWhenoke ot comdverto rong otalk, imeloo Assistant Attorney General "Towner is alert. He cat not be ll ieged. ountole giving Yesterdaysn offhnd oprniafter opinion Dseemy' advic to be in the mastter of us· ing prison labor on the roads is: "Be suhad donre ou're right,' then oI aeprn-." Thcommissie counters where the convitin have buildec roads agree that the work is good, When It comes to road talk, It soon appeaurnish that the is one mall-arof the ounties are the ones mot highwasily adminitered. th Yestedaysioners morning-afet yesterdayr opinion eemed to bTh e thead co mmissioners had done the right thing know aboutproong the ull-valuaton law They coulod mn't repeal it. The slippery going didn't trouble the solcommississioners; they have been.n poli tis too long.waitinforthem. Furnish o Curter is-and one o the origf th inal good-roads enthusiasts. assColonel eorwille o Billings hould have made his highway talk before the commber mssioners met yesterday morning. lut they had a pretty good supply of ginger, in manspite owhen the t. The Fltheradon commissunty dioner didn't tell hal o what they know aout to thod roads; they have built a good many miles of model highway, There is prospect of some definite action from the Flathead-ganders-Mts. soune commisnveoners' conferene; al The boards are on deck add Major ortmen is waiting for them. The timber-land committee of the assliyesoterd wl talk things over with the lumber men thgot morning Commhnssionoer Hndon of untewis ando Clrk was ahead butn the poll for the best-loking man, when the call for the excursioub n nterrupted the bollor, . The Jefferson county delegation still inAs lonistas that Boulder is entitled to the nest conventi.n. The appearance of the. GBeorge was the signal for a scramble. Each de paoortent wanted him. The weather suited Cooper of -session. vallThe r yeterday.ttle of e elt willod coon as the ground ot sessions of the ast. Johnson o f Deer Lodge county does not sray much, but the's busy all the time. Duthy o Granite ays there dinitis no trouble in using the convict labor, if you have an understanding as to the expense before you start. The George Brown cider washed ake the dust out of the road dis a cussoun. As long as the cider laWted, the at tendance in the courtroom was 100 per cent. President Toole of the Big Black foot company was an interested spec tator at the morning session. The real battle of the week will come in the committee sessions of the as sessors. President Currie of the assessors may be short on size, but he's there with the dignity. Fur a while. George Brown was kept busy explaining that he is a Missoula man now. ROAD CONFERENCE. Commissioners Main, (Good and Edge of llathead county, here attending the meeting of the state association, met in conference with District PFrester F. A. Sllcox last evening. The Flat head offclals had some matters to pre. sent to the forester concerning roads in their section of the country, some of u hich are desired through portions of the national forest areas. The mat ter was thoroughly 'threshed out and a settlement was reached which was s4t Isfactory to all concerned. PS H O I C L I H E A T R Y M N C Concert at University Hall Monday,Jan,29 'Don't Miss It See Prongram Later r* * i i i I i l i"ii the a tet i tken di of our stock. Aft t w0 i nupndmps re trucn ,for the. t tt : ex. Sat Few of Ouri, $22.00 trunks .. 1 7..........$1.75 $18,00 trunks ..-............$12.75 $15I90 trunks ........................ 0-80 $12.50 trunks ............ $......$75s. 5 $7.25 trudnks .......................0... .00 $25.00 suitcases ..................$17.35 $20.00 suitcases ..................$13.80 $9.50 suitcases .....................$6.15 Ladies' Handbags going for ONE-HALF Evans Brothers Trunk Company 316 HIGGINS AVENUE NOTHING DOING AFTER FEBRUARY 1 POULTRY FANCIERS NAME AUSTIN MISSOULA MAN 1S PRESIDENT OF STATE ASSOCIATION-HELENA NEXT SHOW TOWN. Butte, Jan. 25.-(Speclal.) - The actual awards in the exhibition of the Montana State Poultry association were completed today by Judge Holden and, while the special prize winners, sweeptltales and the like will not he awarded until tomorrow, the show can be said to be over as far as the an nouncement of honor winners Is con cerned. Tomorrow evening when the show comes to a close, a banquet will be held. The annual meeting of the assqelatiq. was held tonight at the council oltniber. Helena was chosen as the npst show town, and officers were floted as follows: L, W. Austln, Mlssoula, president: Mrs, W. L., irvin, vice president, Three Porks; J. L. Dorsh, secretary-treas urer; examining board-A. It. Beck with, C, R. elgsel, C. 8. Norton. Among the awardp today ., er the followlng: Blue Aipdaluslans--c. J. Lemley, Mis. soUlS, 4seond cook, third cockerel. Plaek Langshans-Hampton Russell, MIHoula asoond cockerel, second and third len, secolid pen. Buftf I.eghorns-Mrs. l,. W. Austin, IsIIUotla, second cockerel. Houdtns--Mrs. L. W. Austin, Mis soula, first cock, first and second hen, third cookerel, second pen. LOCAL MOOSE LODGE HAS JOLLY SESSION The Moose had a glorious session last night. The program of the even Ing included initiation formalities over a good class of candidates and tt.en a qoolal session at which nothing was overlooked that could add to the en joyment of a bunch of jolly goood el lows. After the session the assem bled company repaired to the Grand theater in a body. where some special "stunts" were pulled off and made a fitting climax to an eventful evening. A Great Production. From our many exchanges we find nothing but praise for the elegant pro duction given by the United Play Co. In their presentation of Chas. Klein's great story play, "The Lion and the Moutse." This olty Is fortunate in se curing this organization. Notie. During my absence. In California I lhaye left my Insurance books with V. $. Nutchin, rooms 418-415 Montana . ,.,. P. J. KLINB. -II aiihet'r Thit DKno ws is eiiusl s Never takes advantage of the In experience of new housekeepers by giving them poor cuts or light weight. We treat all our patrons honorably and in the same courte ous manner, and cut them the best of the kind that they ask for and when we do that, you couldn't find better for love or money. UNION MARKET Bell 117 Ind. 481 MIX 6 SONS Groceries and Provisions We are selling the Best seasoned wood at $6.00 a single cord or two cords for $11.00. Why pay $8.50 per ton for coal when you can buy wood at the above prices? ASK US FOR OUR PRICES ON CAR LOTS. Both phones. South Third Street, Clothing at Cost In order to make room for com plete line of groceries, I will sell at cost all men's and boy's suits, hats and shoes; also ladies' shoes, and some dry goods. At T. A. SMET GROCERY OPPOSITE HIGH SCHOOL Formerly Sordeau Store, AV ::- - - 19'':"