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ON DIPc#0Asl1'S iN suw TRUST TRIAL. Chicago, Jts. S.-Counsel for the governmbit sprang a surprise on the defense it the packers' trial today hben .;t produced 85 original weekly s.tmmpAy htmrlgin iheets for the shlp tinpt fads by the National Packing company in the eastern territory be teeV n January 'and August, 110. Steiner 0. Langher, margin clerk for the Hammond Packing company, a ublsidiary of the National Packing company, was on the stand all day .e. indentifled the sheets as having been compiled under his direction, and At torney Pierce Butler immediately of fered them In evidence. ThLe sheets showd the ,tot pounds of meat shipped each week teem tha different plants of the National Packing com pany, together with the 0workirg and elosed margins, terms used by the packers for the average test cost and selling prioe of the prodact. sent to Offieee. The government contends that these I weekly margin sheets were sent to I the officers of the company In Chl cago every ,Monday and were used at the directors' meeting of the National Packing company each Tuesday after* noon when the alleged agreements mI regard to the shipments and margins were made for the current week. It to the theory of Attorney Butler of the government's legal forces that the all*ed combinatlon in resent years centered activity in territory "A," which embraced the cities of the Ohio river and eart of the Misesissppi river, into which the packers shipped 75 per cent of their output of fresh beef. The weekly summary margin sheets ahoired that in the first eight months In 1910 the National Packing com pany sihlpped 5,000,000 pounds of beef a' week into this eastern territory. In several other pante of the coun try, especially in the west and South, no agreement existed in regard to the i margin and shipments except in a few cities, according to the information ob tained by the prosecution. Langher read a list of cities which Included New Orleans, pt. Louis and Spokane, where no meat was shipped by the National !Packing company. He could not explain why that com pany kept out of those cities. BUILDINGS ARE CLOSED VIER SMALLPOX SCARE Wallace, Jan. 25.-(Special.)-At 8 o'clock tonight an order was Issued by Dr. T. R.' Mason, health offier of the towns of Wardner and Kellogg, closing immediately every church, the aters,r picture shows, dancehalls and' other places where people congregate, on acocunt of the prevailing small pox scare. In all probability the school hoard will order all schools closed to morrow morning, although of the large number of cases that have, so far de veloped all are among adults, mostly miners. The order to be vaccinated is being generally obeyed, and every ef fort Is being made to check the epi demic. Several new cases developed yesterday, one of a miner employed with hundreds of others in the Bunker Hill & Sullivan, who worked all day at a time when most likely to communicate the disease. MONTENEGRIN PLOT. London, Jan. 25.-A dispatch from Cettinje, 'Montenegro, reports that the police there have discovered a wide spread movement to overthrow the itbartenegrin dynasty and establish a republic. It is alleged that the move ment is being engineered chiefly by Montenegrin In the United States who have sent $200,000 to the revolutionary committee, whose Iheadquarters is in Belgrade. i mn mmen m THE GENERAL Soon, Now Conserve Your Financial Resources For this "Great Merchan. dise event." It is 'Missou la's one big semi-annual economy event. '-p· E-7 KING PHARAOH ADDING A SUNM OR GOVERNOR EBSERHART b" NINNE iOTA. Beautiful King Pharoh was all that g as been claimed for him In the waY a It intellgence and beauty, at hil flre'. v Lppearance in Missoula at the Her-. ) tota theater last evening. yEvery test a hat was giyen only made the marvel t ECLAMATIION LAWI IS UPHELD WONTANe'S DISTRICT IRRIGA- I TION MEASURE IS HELD TO BE CONSTITUTIONAL. Helena, Jan. 21.--(Rpeclal.)-rThe ,onstltutionality of the district irriga tion law, laws of 1909, chapter 146, un der which the big piroject in the Bit er Root valley was reclaimed, was upheld today by the suprellme court In the case from Rlosebud oullty of TIhomas J. O'Neill against the Yellow stone Irrigation district iand the San ders Co-operative D.it.h cmpalny, al though the case Itself was sent back on a technical Irregularity. The commissioners of the Yellow stone Irrigation district were about to issue $250,000 worth of bonds for the reclamation of the lunds included In 'it when O'Neill, one of ithe land own.ers, brought suit in the district court to have the act under which the district was organized declared unlawful. The defendants Interposed a demurrer to the complaint which wasn sustained by the lower coult and judgalent in their favor was ordered entered. O'Neill then appealed to the supreme court. Every point raised by t'Ntill at tacking the constitutionality of the ir rigation district law is decided ad versely to him by the srlleme court. but it does hold there wias ai technoical irregularity ctom(nitted by thie con mal.iioners In failing to detach thel in terest coupons when tile .inlds werei transferred, thus giving to the person taking them an advantage of $2.600. The case is renanrlded to Ilthe lower court with directions to take frthier action as outlined by the declision. EXPLOSION IN BARRACKS. Guayaquil. Eciuador. Jan. 2.--An tex plosion occurred today in the artillery barracks here. Sixty menll were killed or wounded. General Madnardo Alfaro, accompanied by rebel troops, arrived hIIre today on the rlitilsll steitliner Qul to. He was captured by tilhe govrnl mInt and imprisoned. BERTOLETTE IS BURIED. Guayaqull, Jan. 2,.--The funeral nf the late Commander Levi C. Bertolette, of the United States guntllat York town, who died here yesterday of yel low fever, was held todalny from the American consulate.' Tile body was placed aboard the Yorktown. gr ater that he could do so many ho. many things. This wonderful horse LJ Mhnlnhg friends among the children of Miasoula and among older people who are Interested in studying the selen tific phase of his performance. UNEVENTFUL FLYING AT LOS ANGELES HIGH WIND PREVENTS ALL BUT EXPERTS MAKING FLIGHTS AT DOMINGUEZ FIELD. Los Angeles, Jan. 25..-With a high wind that ugain prevented any but expe'rts ftm taking part in the pro. grain, the (lying today at Domingues field proved uneventful. Desplie the wind Lincoln Beachey performed thrMling tricks, concluding with a spiral volplane from an altitude of 5, 500 feet. Phil Parmalee again took first alti tude Shonors, reaching a heightt of 6.* o00 feet and second place In the spe.d trials wh.io were won by Line in IHeaCey. Aviators Lincoln leuchey and Glenn H. Martin conducted a sham attack to. night against some earthworks on the aviation field. They succeeded in droppint into the "fort" 'lwhioh wi held by national guardsmen. Torpldo lbots in Lne Angeles harbor, sev-n miles away, were unable to pick up the aetroplanes with their searchllghts. OFFICIALS ARE FED AND MADE TO TALK ((ontlinued From Page One.) review of tile "get-together" work done in westtern Montana and by painting a picture of the Ritter Root valley. lie dared himself, thus.: "The -Iitter Root--who could dare to un dertake to tnrrate her mttlifold de lights and to describe her beauties and to estimate her pnssihli(tles." Then he knocked the chip off his own shoulder antl went right ahead. lis was a rattling good speech. Marce Soreneon. The first county official to make a speech was Marce Sorenson, a Yellow. atone eormmissloner. He spoke on short notice, but his talk swas original antd witty. He spoke for co-operation and gave away a lot of political secrets of eastern Montana. His sub. ject 'was, "Justification of the County Comamislsonters' State Assoclation," and he proved himself an able advo cate. As incidental to his defense of the association. Mr. Sorenson stated that county commissioners I$ave no trials. "They are condemned without trial," he said. He paid his compll ments to the lobbyists who attend the conventions of county offilcals and concluded with a tribute to State Sen. ator George of Billings. Governor Allen. Lieutenant Governor W. R. Allen came next. His text was, "How Mon tana Was Nicknamed the Treasure State," but he didn't devote much of his time to that subject. He.hbegan with a pretty tribute to Missoula's hos. pitallty and branched into a plea for good roads. He spoke of the proposed road from the Bitter Root Into the Big Hole country, saying, "Nothing could accomplish minure good for the two communities." He commented on hihlhways, as con sidered from park to park, capital to capital, coast to coast, but said that much more important it is to build good roads for the farmer. Then he explained why Montana Is the Treasure state. He said that Mon. tana could give a lot 95 by 100 feet to everybody in the world; an acre to every person in the United States and to 9,000,000 people a 10-ore farm each. He talked of the staoe's agriculture, mines, timber and citilnqship, and as serted that Montana is surely entitled to its' nickname. He waU applauded warmly. Kerr leadle. Clerk Kerr Beadle of Silver Bow county was next on the toustmaster's list, "We County Clerks"' he talked about, concisely and pleasantly. He devoted the greatet part of his ad drees to the consideratlon of the new registratlon law. He sald that it had been drafted for the purposo of pro. venting dishonest registration and that he believed its enforcement and aImln. Istratjon had been placed in hoteat, capable hands. John 4. Telan. John H. Tolan o$ Miesoula, like most of the speakers, stewar lei o ble.i Ade IsIai mpn was orr wt d he is a wise mian, onto the ropes, familiar with the game; that man will of necessity find his ay here,.. the price of our suits is lower and the quality of them better than other sales In town offer. e Offer to You * 4 .We Offer to Yo ny Suit or Any Suit or Overcoat Overcoat In the Stock for 4 In the Stock for .75145 CLOTHES THAT SELL REGULARLY THESE CLOTHES SELL IN A REIO.- ' ) 4 FROM $26.00 TO $3500. ULAR WAY PROM 26.00 TO $35.00. And FO $. TO Ay1 An "htere we make. thle cai mn tha Anid when we make the laim that they are pricehd che.aper than any the qualitles are better, we do ac Le,. t.,er sclthihng it town of It Ilke qual cause, during many years of mer- t, we are juet stating a fact that any "ha di sin I your mhdnt, we alve C uln enn r:eadily verllfy himself. For fountd that the best men have bought insatince, we dclt nay that any par and rlboulht them, season in and Pea- ticular utit Ie any partleular price, son out. b hut tell you to TAKE YOUR CHOICE FROM ANY SUIT IN OUR CABINETS y are Benjamin and for the one. prie. We do this because Sp oe Jee hloee figured cutt that it le the Sophomore Clothest el'l tlV. cw'aS toe Made in New York by tallors who are real artlsts in their particular line; not Sgarnment leaves these factoriec but f O Cn p 41 first thoreughly tested Iby the makrs .ýý Quickly Then, too, we stand back of them. W t "A Man's Hat for A Man's Cravenette for $1.00 $7.75 To\('ror'ne, tte rIt h,, I allhailt \.%, have "(11 hl hundrede a nldy to; not n dollar hat It qinlllty, hilt of f o $e20 e00t I. ' l l Thi y'rre gIettin down a $3 l. one or a .oo 00one. w('ve got neveral Men's Silk Socks, 25r e. i tuh, o ... e; therefore, e are will dosex of these on hand in blacks land molinrcs; n ig t tiake Ii , tllut ,loss n ,,' eiry . r ,c of of( llshapeC or dterblee. They cell in our reguilr mc rk . ei, t m to r.rc i ceIe out. Why don't you get one today? k an range You'll need one soon. I :. ,, lt (; ,kl .. •~~r ,dm= .= l lC • ~ I-- CICII .= • . .i..... topic. "Mlieolla C.ounty," during the l greater part of a breezy oratorical voy- t nge. lie tolda number of stories and the audlence enjoyed them. He took ai shot at the state hoard of education 1 for "stealing Into town at night and trying to iteal our beloved university , president away;" he praised the offl clair of the convention and he urged them to work for the Interests of the entire state. "Let us build up the whole state," Is the way he put It. J. W. Johnson. Assessrr J. W. Johnson of Flathead county--lntroduoed as "Jack Johnson, the W'hite Hope"--was next to answer Mr. Mulroney's command. He ex pressed appreciation of the cornlinlity with which Missoula has recelved the convention. He expressed rhimself for assessing at full cash value, and sug gested that there must, under any dr cumstancse, be a uniform rate. His talk was well received. ' Dr. Duniway. Dr. C. A. Dunlway, president of the University of Montana, gave a bit of the history of his institution and told of the more than two hundred grad uates it had sent out to helpl the state, explained the value of real educationm and of the 'part the university will take In the development of Montana. "Your University," he called the school. Hs made a plea for an ap preciation of and a consideration for the faculty of the school and coln cluded with a thorough setting out of the univeralty's alms and purpjses. It was some time before the applause that burst out as he took his seat, sub sided, Senator George. State SeuStor W. B. George of Bill Ins, prngler booster and the best friend of G.e good-roads movement in Montana, Came after Dr. Duniway. He started out by saying that Missoula has unique ad.iproud disttnctlon In being the first q~4t in Montana to adopt the romnmluslon form of government. He mentioned the Nelghborhood club, also, as being a fine munlelpal Institution. Senator Ge~Lrg made the forceful speec'h he always makes. He took time to give consideration to state govcrnmuen and told of plans for the lmprovilng; f Montana roads,. ood roads, hae.'gsted, are of the greatest lpiportano in the building of a state and In It l hest development, "Just represe , equal taptilon an4 fair play," he exclalmed, "are the things that build' Yp a state. I stand for constructive. 'progressive legislatlin." Mr. .eorIe Intimated that he did not 'think ` orporatioam should be at tacked or misjudged. He does not be lieve In tbUstlng" them; but in finding some maildier of 'proper regulation. He complimanted Secretary Brelten stein, . *', IJts, 5. L. Dean and ,. J. W hlite ,n the'ir wo\\ k fir Mi tieil litt 't the New York tlllad Ihe Wl. Then, he .e''nt into it dlste I slol ()riof rllaed Iegisiltion and dlel iteh d f',ir tlntl fornm aletnelehllt g and II I tienltiess g e rI'I-ll Itetl. "Iet i t e build 4ri1 this siate niong hrorae, ehlant linem," he tiltid. Letters. After tenator (iergt hail h odken.'r Peitreltry Itrehtentlhten rtend 1ii I tier fe'rilm e I . J. it. l4i'.tnland, eeilpe1'1. te"ndent of the state alylhll for '|' ' imeane at iiWarme i4,prings,. In which Ie I expre.eeed regret foer the doltor't s ..tI atilit to ee presen. t at the hiunelet I Another meI.sraige from Cl 'leorgel W'.IIIth hard, I 'igetl Round offle'itl, gKlivn 4hltunk fr ee n i nvlliallt il landt i re're. t tha:t Il r. Illlhbt l e tnlhl l't t atlteld. Secretary Bernard. .eretariy P'. N. ltier1aelrd of thle ,Klitlpeell I'hamberini r Co ('urnllleree WaII thel- Itel itertker. (Iteei remedts tie talk. ed aboullt Ianl co-operallltn and friendthip oneee the part of Kaln pell 4I1e lpromised. lie exptatineal t detalil t.e roalld ilwerk that l.ltheire arl IeIentIIy I do ing ald hile dlone alnd the county's tplanis for Itiprovemltenet. pThe vlisiting ,erffhelals drillnk i tlost, standing, ito Misteulta and thee Mts *111Ata (hllnbtber of (4)Ioneieneree, with btentror (leorge ternding, anld thel ban queliet wite done. lThe oev'itloln wais spletendid sue eeas. To 4et'rcetary llrenxtnln, the eremneinLee that h.lt.el him, alnd to the managemrnent orf the Pl'aaet hotel gonx ,the crelt. Th'lle pla;ying of tthe (lhend theateer tereho(tralrie was iut eneI)elct'l fea ture. SUSPECTED OF MURDER. Auburn, ('al., Junn. 25. -ilorman IBremer, stn of Ia wetllthy brewer of Montgomtnery, AlaI., wa.l locked up herer today, pendllng actlitn of it granld jury iuWhlich will te called next week to In vestigate the murder of Tllotiman Rat fleton, a prospector, rTremer was ae erminpanlted by i' l father, who said to dtay that he was confdelnt of hlit son's innocence. Ratfleton, accompalned by a ianll allegtedt to have been Bremeer, left Auburn lust April ton a prospect Ing trip and 1Rtfletorl weas found dead a few days later, his skull having been crushed with an axe handle. Money and gold nuggets he was known to have etrried were mlslng. Bremer served a term In the Nevada pentl tentiary for robbery. SENATOR POSTER LOSES. New Orleans, Jan, 25,--Murphy J. Foster, for 11 years IUnlted Mlutes r senator from .Louislana, was defeated In Tuesday primary by Congressman John 1. Rundoell. Returns counted to. Sday Increased Ruandoll's lead, TWO SHORT COURSES HAVE MANY PUPILS lorlllll, Jnll. i- -(1ti.etl.nt)-) The horsei shonl and I ho hoiusekeipor's '.mrnlrin, it Mioniitani s4oti oIill'igoe are ,wll tunder wg y and the i attenmni n tlln.rwi. most F.rtifying to those lin charge . Wllth over loI aittending the horse iiheie yI.strdiny, Professor it. W ('Inrk, who hn| ch|rge of this wihtoa, Illn Iidl llt lt p i' . Ia Itoal registrationl ol 15;d heohlr, the v|e' l'| of the wceek. Al tholugth tlhis i theI flrst year of tlthe hi tl4,keepelmrs enui'i, Kfl n attiiiidlii.'e iof 78 ihas lrnildy holI scri4'iied. iHow ever, not all of these ire ixtl da.il t-I takm the entire (oursn', which ,onlistsi of a usries. of lecturtii and dileiionstrl tllot on sujitl s of iinterest to )houlls kie'i'rs, uid lit441 thtrilltiL'toi t th,' viwel'k. f)n1T po)lnt thltl I, i Vil'y sUtisr(Ltoiry t1) th1e persiMniI in Ct'httrge of tiire ·oIuro.i. iN the .alt tlhalt Iovr halif of thet IOxrK+'nin ttklnll 'th(ll are from nioelntIs ulnltide of cl(illlitin otlrrnty and ithe nuinhl r who Urn attending 7lrvely ilout of cunioity is extrianely smalll. ZEMO CURES ECZEMA, PIMPLES DANDRUFF, PRICKLY HEAT, SUNIURN and affords you skin comfort during the hot weather. We give you three reasons why we recounmmend Zemo for skin trouble: First-Zemno Is a clean, eloentitlo, liquid preparation - pleasant and Igreeable to tiue. Second-Zemo stops Itching at once and allays the Irritation and promptly soothes and heals the skin. Third-Zemo gives universal satis faction and is recogllized by skin spe. ciallsts as the standard remedy for all skin and scalp troubles. If you wish to try a bottle of Zemo for yourself or one of your children and it does not do exactly what we say, we will return your money with out quibble or question. Smith's Drug store and South Side pharmacy. bbn-ca or0 to: ý to p t om. tar o ao " OUD~ODVO HABEAS CORPUS WRIT DISMISSED BY JUDIGE Ne'w Yrk, IJn 25.--The writ o. hiaIen 'orplul ,wvirodr Inn behalf of John M1 Namnare, alias "AutstralIan Mnuk," was dismllianSl lby lhnted statae JuiaIKe IngwhI todaly. McNamare Is wlittod In CKliuull on, the charge of rhlilnK tihn bran'ch of the Beak of Montreal at New Weastminllster, B. 0., fr. $T375.lO00 In rauh, negotilable notes lanl notes unrlgned. McNuanmora wais arrested here easrly in Janllnry and turnl dover to the fed orali aultlhrltitin. 'l'hn 111hi attorney so. .nllred the writ of halhw corpus fl0' diai sletuI, lcausle c'nm.inriseonr ltIhields refusedl to admit McNamarn to Iall. When the matter came up before the ,llrlnissioner todh.y on motion of the irittllshl .onsiiut.to, It was adjourned until M eonday, awaiting further depoIt tions from ,thi attorney general of Wltisth ('olumbla. REYES WILL NOT BE SHOT. Aan Antonio, Jan. 25.--lenlers li.ernardo lReyes will not be shot or Inciting at rebellion against the Mex Icanl government. That oplinion s ex iressed by President Flrancicoo I. Mader<o In a signed communicatlon to the San Antonio .Expreet. Instead. President Madero thinks General Reyes probably will get a sentence 4f from slx to eight years In prison. WRESTLER 1i INJURED. Mason City, Iowa, Jan. 25.-The ,wrestling match between Paul Pehn of Mason City and Bert Blair of Blous Falls, for the mlddle-wellht honors of ithe northwest, camne to an end to. night In 25 minutes when Blair re ceived a severe blow on the neOk &s the result of going over the stage. P'hysiclans say his condition is oerttlle. Pehn was awarded the decision. ! I !111 1 I .