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SIJPRVISliOR GT MUCH GOOo PROM EXTRA SESMION IN DIS CUSSING THIS THEMEL Al was e pected, It required all of yesterday for the forest supervisors te wade through the subjects which were on the programn or Wednesday under the general head of silviculture. The dlscusslon birought out so man} points which the supervisors desired to hear that the extra day was well worth while. he morning session opened with a 1apesr on "Fleld Methods of Conduct $tr letbonbaiesance and Forms of Somplied Data and Maps" by W. N tillkT. The speaker went into the dei talk of this linq of work in a very elect-out manner and concluded with ian appat for the simplification of the tofoi for the data records, but urged reconnalssance to be continued. "The Forest Working Plan" was a subject, mostly of a technical nature, treated by Supervisor D. T. Mason. Al though of little general interest, the polits brought out in the discussion were of great value to the supervisors. Reforeetation. Methods of reforestation and Whether broadcast sowing or seed planting by the several metheods a as preferable to the planting of nursery stock was a theme which brought forth expressions from nearly every supervisor present, at least all upon whose forests the two plans for grow ing trees have been tried. The con cluslonn of the thorough ventilation of this subject were that swlng and seed planting should be confined to the very best sites, where molsture is abundant and where previous condi tions indicate that seed would germi nate well and bring forth strong seed lings: that experience has shown the planting of nursery-grown stock most satisfactory under general conditions: that a much better stand is secured and that the expense per acre to se cure equal stands Is less than that of seed planting. T'he beetle-tested district in the Flathead forest. a here the ravages of the pest has caused some alarm and led to a campaign being inaugurated to control the situation, was another theme of interest yesterday. Page Bunker, supervisor of tile Plathead, gave an account of the situation and told of the plans to cut and burn the trees of the entire district where the beetle is spreading. Tills called for opinions from a number of supervisors from other forests, who qluesti,,ned the soundness of expenlling so much money in the one district on the F'lat head when there aere other sections throughoutt the district where the beetle was doing conslderable daclmage, but where a history of the bug showedl it to have advanced to only a cer tain stagee and then been overcome by natural enemies and thus held hi check. It was shown, however, that in the Flathead district the spread had been more than normal, and It was deemed advisable not to allow the bugs to go so far that they could not be checked without serious dlffleult'. Donald Brewster, forest assistant in charge of the Priest River experimentl station, establlished near Priest Itiver, Idaho, In this district last fall, gave an interesting account of thte reasons, for selecting the site, the buildlngs constructed and the work planned, urging the supervisors t t take ad vantage of the facilities of the' station in securing help upon any problem or line of Investigation uhlich they dle sired to follow, Today the supervisors will take up the subjects under the departmenit if lands of which the following will re ceive' prominent attention: Settlement-Policy, procedure, blan ket listing, systematic examtnathiens. estimates for, closing forests, rights of way, roads anti trails, driveways, tele. phone lines, conflhit with power slte(s, conflict a ith administrative use and soil examination. Stations-Selections within forests; withdrawals outside forests, policy on number of, placing Improvements on, appropriation of water. Clalms-What constitutes evidence of invalidity, homestead, desert, min ing claims, Iplae'e-r, lode, forest hlome stead, Uses-Publicity' sheeldule of charges, revocatltoll, uestlion of highest use, easements. Railway-Translaissiin lines, reser voirs (Irrligation), ease'nel'ts versus permlits atlld fullest utilization of site'. Water ieower-Rea.tlahtieens, regula 1'rs a Goo Souam Comm00 SCs Pollcg To use medicines only of KNowN COMPOSITION, and which contain neither alcohol nor habit-form. ing drugs. It is foolish--often dangerous to do otherwise. The most intelligent people, and many of the most successful, conscientious physicians, follow this judicious course of action. The leading medical authorities, of all schools of medicine, endorse the ingredients compsing Dr. Pierce s medicines. These are plainly printed on wrappers and attested under oath.. There's no secrecy; an open publicity, square-deal policy is followed by the makers. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription THE ONE REMEDY for woman's ailments, sold by druggists, devised and gottes up by a regularly graduated physician of vast experience in treating woman's peculiar diseases and carefully adapted to work in harmony with her delicate organization, by an experienced and skilled specialist in her maladies. THE ONE REMEDY for woman's ailments, sold by druggists, which contains nilther alcohol (which to most women is the rankest poison) or other injurious or habit: formlng drugs, . THE ONE REMEDY for women, the composition of which is so perfect and good that Its mkers a fre afraid to print its every ingredlent, in plaln Bnglish on te outh bottioswrapper. and attest the correctness of the same under oath. We have a profound desire to avoid all offense to the most delicate sensitiveness of modest women, fdr irhoti we entertain the most sineere respect and admiration. We shall not, therefore, particularize are concerning the symptoms and,:pec4lisr jments incident to the sex for which Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescriptioa n has fo more than 40 years proven such aboon. We cannot,:howeer do a betonter service to thes afflicted of the gentler sex than to refer them to Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, a t f wely do a better service to the ound in cloth and riven away grai:, or sent, post-paid, on receipt of 31 one-cent stamps-to cover Cost mainwling. l y. All tho dk r `l alments end matters about which every woman, whether young or old, singie or married, should know, but which'their sense of d"licio ' 4 makes them hesitate to ask even the family physician about, are made plain in this great book. W d rlte'fo.; Address; WoRLD's DINPBNSARY MEDICAL ASIOCIATION, R. V, Pierce, M. D., President , Main Street, Buffalo, N.: Y . ihh of supervisors to water power Work, Wltttr power Versus reconnals Miellaneous lands-Protectlon of city Water supplies, lease of Northern Pacific and other lands, state ex change, mineral classlfications; legis lation, state and federal. "ARE YOU GOING"I "Are you going?" This question, printed on cards suspended from the buttonholes of the high school boys, caused a lot of other questions. The answer is printed on the other side. It reads: "To the High School Minstrel Show, Friday, F'ebruary 2, 1912." The tickets were distributed yester day morning and in a short time they seemed to he in evid(nce everywhere. Mr. SteJer started the ball rolling by decorating his coat with one of the booster badges. The students followed suit enthusiastically. The rehearsal last night showed up well. The voices of the youthful min strels were in fine condition, and the comedy parts were run through with out a hitch. The tickets are going fast. Those ', h, desire to witness the performancre are urged to procure tickets as soon as possible. JAIL IS TOO LARGE FOR ENTRANCE DOOR TO THE CITY HALL BASE MENT IS TOO SMALL TO ADMIT THE CAGES. The new city jail hIIs co'e,. It is undoubltedly here. It was shippedll from c'clvelncnd on January 9. It :arei'ed yesterday. The greater part of It Is reposing on the outsidle of the city hall. Tihere is reason for its being left outdoors. Tlhe reason is that it won't go inside. There is no aper ture of suffhieent size to permit its being placed in the basement where it belongs. It looks as If the city hall woulld havc to be built around the Jail. (r else that tile city will have to get anothe',r jail. However, a solution has ,been found. If the door leading to Ithe basement Is taken out and en iarged ind it piece of the side wall Is removed, the steel for they cages Cal he taken Into the basement. This will h, tried today. It is hoped tliut it can be so arranged, as it would be Inconvenient to have the jail outside. BREAKS UP A COLD IN SEVERAL HOURS There is not one grain of quinine in Pape's Cold Compound, which, when taken evecry two hours, until three consecutive doses are taken, will sure ly end the grippe and break up the most severe cold. either in the head, chest, back, stomach or limbs. It promptly relieves the most miser able, headache, dullness, head and nose stulffced lup. feverlslness, sneezing, sore throat, runlning of the nose catarrhal acffetions, sorc'ness, stiffness and rhumcatic l twinges. I'ape's C(old t'comlpoind is tihe result of tlhrete yeoars' rc'search at a cost of more than $50.000, and contains no quinilne, wllich we have conclusively demlonstratcd is nollt effective in the trc'atme'nt of colds or grippe. Take thllis harmlss C(ompound as dl rected., with the knowledge that there Is no other mne(cdicine made anywhere elsc, inl tile world which will cure your cold tr .enld grippe misery as promptly "cand withoult after effects as a 25-cent package of Pa)pe's Cold Compound, which any druggist In the world can supply, FLYER DERAILED. Walla W'ala. Jan. 25.-Peasienger train No. 7, the Bpokane.Pend4etnm flyer of the ctlegon-Weahinhton RaMl road & Nv'lgtation company, cwae de rllied north of itolles Junction, 30 miles ncrth. of here, late today. No cI'ne wtas hurt. Scoftening of the road; bed ncutslrd ,by' heavy rains and melt. Iog senows caused tihe lraile to spread. MARRIAGE LICENSE. A millatrrlatgc lirnce was issued yes t.'rdylc to J. i,. Judge of t. ILtegls and .,ipn'ie Murry cf thib city. CHAMBER AP it COMMIlTEES SOME SPECIAL MAT'ERS DE MANDING ATTENTION REIULT IN THIS ACTION., The chamber of commerce yester day announced the appointment of several special committees to under take matters 6f immediate importance In Missoula. Messrs. Dan O'Hern, F. S. Lusk and J. B. Henley are a committee to went out a plan whereby the consolidation of the two local telephone systems may be brought about. H. R. Inch, G. F. Peterson and W. F. Wayne are to ascertain and report back to the executiv'e committee the feasihility of having the ohamber, of commerce quarters moved into a more central and more modern office. Bid. J. Coffee, I), J. Donohue and J. M. Keith are asked to confer with a like delegation from the university to de vise ways and means for making the interscholastic meet for 1913 an un qualified success. James Bonner, Dan McQuarrle and H. Y. cephart are appointed as ad dlitlonal delegates to the nurthaestern mining convention to, be held at' 8poe kane, February 16, 16 and 17. SET AHEAD ONE WEEK IS DATE FOR DEBATE The debate between the team from Anaconda and the local high school team, which was scheduled for Feb ruary 16, has been moved forward to February 9 on account of conflict with a university lecture on the date first named. Keen Interest is shown in this first contest for the Interecholastli series of the year by the Missoula team. The side taken by the local speakers is not in high favor, but, it was not a matter of choioe, and the young people are making the best of what fell to their lot. INTEREST UNABATED IN REVIVAL MEEI The Methodist church, South, was again filled last evening. One of the very best praise services occupied the first 30 minutes. Rev. P. D. Hartman delivered an Illustrated sermon on thb "Uplifted Christ," in which for 45 min utes the attention of every man, a oman and child was rlvited to the ulject at hand. Mr. Hartman wi! preach again tonight. Subject, "Who Can liie Saved?" LOCAL SOCIETY Garden City Danoing Club. Elite hall was the scene of another delightful dance given by the Garden ('ity Dancing club last evening. There were leap year features and a shadow dance with lights out to add variety to the program. A large number of mem bers and their Invited guests enjoyed' the charming function. Athletic Ball Tonight. All the younger society folk of the city and many of those older are awaiting with happy anticipation the Athletic ball to be given this evening in the universialty gymnasium. Everyj care has been taken to make it one of the most pleasurable affairs of the season. At Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Dormas en. tertained at dinner last evening most delightfully. The dining room of their home on South Pourth street was dec orated -with crimson carnations and crimson shaded candles. Dinner was served in nine courses. Later in the evening, dancing and music furnished amusement for the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Tylar B. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dinsmore, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. (leeson, Mr. and Mrs. E. 8. Dorman and William Q. Ranft. L BSS ts .& o, Here The Golden, Rule Store, In the Heart of the Trade 1o0A Wheel What Do You Know About That Golden Rule THE- RALY AWOULAN ±SsiSonaSuit Sale at the Golden Rule store I Am Going, Are You? Are you, too, Mr. Man, going to be one of the men who will invest in one of these suits. Such prices for values as you find " tin Stein-Bloch and Hackett-Carhart suits, don't happen very often. When you buy a suit of either one of these makes, you are getting the best that money can buy. We know, because of' t several years' experience in clothing business. They have been: business builders for us. Come in and investigate; it costs you nothing. You will find no clothing reserved; it's all in plain sight and you will find plenty of blues and blacks. LOT 1 -Suits LOT 2 - Suits LOT 3 - Suits that are worth that are worth that are worth. $12.50 to $15.00 $17.50 to $22.50 $25.00 to $30.00 $6.95 $9.95 $13.95 HALF-PRICE on any man's heavy overcoat (others not included) MEN'S PANTS. MEN'S UNDERWEAR, MEN'S SHIRTS. Wool underwear, ix broken Ine.. value, Broken hIts men's shirts, "Savoy" and our own LOT 1-Conslit. i, odd lines of men's pants, oo underwear, si broken lines, 1.50 v brand; very tron; showng values up to $3.50; value up to $6.0, fr .............. .............. and If we have your size, you can have them at, each, ; for ....................................... 1.50 for ........................................ ........................95 BOY ' SUITS LOT 2-Your unr 'tricted choice of any pant n Boys' Knickerbocker and Russian mllts, msies our Men's cotton hose, 2 for e, at pair ................ 2 t 17 years; value up to $12.50. Your, In our stock tp tI, 10.0 at........................... 4.95 M en' cotton glove, paIr .................................... hoice ................................................................... .9 ; -- ------ LOCAL BREYITIES Ipirella corsets. Phone 630 red. Tom Donlan was a visitor in Mis soula yesterday. Allaway's cafe, opposite' postoftice. Miss Taylor of Hamilton spent the day shopping in this city. Read "War, What F'or" at Dunatan's. Dr. Ward, veterinirlan, Bell 584-531. Lew Whimple of Carlton had busl ness in Missoula yesterday. Hacknran transfer office. Tel, 392 R. Stenographer. Dawson. Montana Blk. Dr. Edward H. 'oats of Frenchtown visited this city yesterday. Marsh, th" "-ndertaker, Phone 321. Mr. and Mrs. H' H. Dill and little son of Hamilton are guests in the city. Missoula Storage Co., C. R. Avery. Attorney Wellington Rankin came over from Helena yesterday on busi ness. Dr. Willard, osteopath, 1st. Natl. bank. R. A. Mead of Victor has been in Butte for the lust two days on busi nless. "War, What Ior' reduced price at Dunstan's. Mrs. William 1,. Kelley has gone to Butte for a few days' visit with friends. Presh roasted coffee daily, D. & D. West Cedar. Carl T. Soreunsen from Camas Prairie visited Missiula yesterday on business. Dr. J. Louise Smith, osteopath, Ma sonic temple. Phone 618; res., 533 red. Mr. and Mrs. i. ('. Haft of Cincin nat. Ohio., are gale t at the Vlor ence hotel. Anthony lHonnr fr Butte applied yesterday for Ihnenstead entry on 159.42 acres, ihu'hling lot 4, the south half of the northwest quarter of section 3, township 19 north, and the southwest quarter of the south west quarter of section 24, township 20 north, range 23 west. Entry was approved. Newton H. Schwelker, optical spe clalist, rooms, 203-205 Montana block, Dr. Anna James, osteopath, Higgins block. Phone 834 Blk.; res., 858 red, A daughter was born Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Nordstrom of this city. Rhoades & Howard, leading fire Insurance agents. 103 East Cedar. Otto Rlefflin, a pioneer resident of Iron Mountain, is here this week for medical treatment. Roundup coal $6.50 a ton. M. R. C. Smith, rooms 20-.208 Montana Bldg. F. B. Connelly, a manufacturers' agent located at Billings, called on local merchants yesterday. Money to loan on ranch and city property. H, D. Fisher, 113 E. Main St. E. E. Esselstyne, state treasurer for Montana, spent the day in Missoula looking after personal business. Lump coal delivered, $4.50 per ton. Inquire Hotel Shapard. G. B. Walker of Bozeman is a guest this week in the home of his son, W. 13. Walker, at Orchard Homes. Handy scratch pads and waiter checks for sale at The Missoullan of fice, George McCabe, representing the P. R. L. Hardenburgh company of St. Paul, spent the day in Missoula. Voice and piano Lessons. Phone 214 or call at 1502 Toole avenue. Mrs. G. A. McMichael. Mrs. Reuben Dwight and Mrs. Bert Griswold came from Clinton yester day for a day's shopping in Missoula. Miss Rieve Stone Ferbrache, vocal teacher, at 644 E. Main street, Satur days. Bell phone, 654. A daughter was born yesterday at the home of M'rs. Bond on East Front street to Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell of St. Regis. Money to loan on close-in residence property. Wheeldon-Rossi company. henry Hompes, a conductor on the Northern Pacitic railway, was oper &Ited upon for appendicitis Wednesday at the Northern Pacific hospital. For first-class livery, transfer or a good saddle horse, call Melaney's barn Both phones 665. Miss Annette Loleor, who was oper. ated upon for appendicitis 10 days ago at St. Patrick's hospital, was able yes terday to return to her home in Frenchton n. Use our facial creams and lotion.' Miss Archer's hairdressing lparlor, 1st National bank block. Directors of the Missoula Building and Loan association will meet this evening at 8 o'clock in Fred- Stod dards' office. This is the date also for the payment of dues. See 13. O. Chaney for insurance in the Northwestern Mutual Iife of MLl waukee, Florence hotel. M. J. O'Conner, Junior partner in the James Kennedy Construction company, arrived in Missoula yesterday from Salt Lake City. Mr. O'Conner reports some big contracts recently taken by his company in Utah. Singing canaries and Imported gold fish, Mail orders safely shipped, Bird store, 818 Higgins avenue, Mrs. Shoemaker's section of the Baptlpt Aid will serve luncheon at noon and dinner at night, Saturday, ý:iua lr; 2* and 85 cents; at 11? Sast Main. The Missoulas County Medical asso 3latlot, Will meet in reigalr seslon ii Dr.. 8lE)xr's, office $turdlay evenltg at o81't lool,. Dr, W. P. Mills WIll NNew Short Line Minneapolis-St. Paul-Chicago Through Milwaukee * Route of the North CoaSt Limited Northern Pacific Ry.-North Western Line Eastbound arrives Chicago 9:00 P. M. Daily Westbound leaves Chicago 10:00 P. M. Daily SOLID THROUGH TRAIN TO CHICAGO Through First-Class Pullman Drawing- Room and Compartment Sleeping-Cars, Library-Obser vation Car, Tourist Sleeping-Care and Coaches. The North Coast Limited Arrives Chicago in the Most Modern Railway Terminal in the World. New Passenger Terminal Chicago & North Wedtern Ry. Located on Madison street, between Canal and Clin ton streets, in the heart of Chicago's business district, near terminalsof all Eastern railways. It provides the traveler a temporary home of beautiful environment, with every. want anticipated. FIVE ADDITIONAL FAST DAILY TRAINS MINNEAPOLIS AND ST. PAUL TO CHICAGO For Information regarding fares, time of trains, sleeping-car reservations, call upon or address E. A. GRAY, General Agent 37 Sixth Avenue west, Helena, Mont. G. H. MacRAE, General Passenger Agent, St. Paul, Minn. i iii i iiiiiiiiii IIIIIIIUII IIIII I&IIIIIIIIIIII I IIIAIIIIIIIIIIIH lhl . read a paper dealing with 'The Treat ment of Injuries." Hairdressing parlor, room 218, First National bank building, Mrs, Susie A. Maceod, phone 827 red; Independent 18697. After many attempts American salentists have uoertained that the *mperature of boiling lava within a voloano is 1850 degrees Fahrenheit. ASTHMA! ASTHMA! Popham's Asthma Remedy gives Instant relief and an absolute cure In all cases of asthma, bronchib. tis, and bay fever. Sold by drug. glsts; mail on receipt of price l1,00, Trial package by mall, 10 cents. ili. llams Mfr . Co., props., Cleveland, JO. For sale by George Prelshelmer, drug.