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Boys' and School Shoes We Say "Try Our School Shoes" For we believe that the families that have not tried them, have been missing the BEST SCHOOL SHOES. BOYS' SHOES Boys' all solid leather school shoes; a shoe made to wear; in all sizes from 9 to 512; our regular $1.75 shoe, today .. ................ .... ... ............... ....._................... $1. 9 Boys' Shoes, $1.89 Boys' Button Shoes, $2.48 These can't be matched for the A seml-dress shoe, although heavy money you pay; all sold leather: enough for school wear; a new boxed calf; two styles; almost any spring style priced at $8.00. Special mise. Our regular $2.50 shoe..$1.89 today at ...................................... 48 GIRLS' SHOES High tops, in gunmetal or patent leather, with patent cuff and tassel; they wear well because they're all solid; regular.$3.00 shoes at ..................................$2.39 Girls' Shoes, $1.48 Big Girls' Shoes, $1.95 An odd lot, but still many of the fslzes 2t4 to 6: all solid leather: best sizes left; shoes priced as high best slring styles In blucher cut; as S2.50 and $3.00 In this lot. If selling regularly for $3.00; full line your size Is here, only .......... $1.48 of sizes. Today, only. ........ 1.98 TAKE TO THE WOODS0 DO FORESTERS SIL.COX AND STUART ON FIELD TRIP AND ADAMS TO STOCK GROWERS MEETING. District Forester F. A. Silcox and Assistant Forester Stuart will leave Sunday afternoon for an extended field trip, which will take them away from the local headquarters for about three weeks. The objects of the trip Into the field at this time la to make an Inspection of some of the larger tim ber sales in fire-killed timber, some of the green timber sales ahlch is not mixed with any that has been burned and then to look over the progress of the work being done in the bug Infested distrlect of the Flathead forest. From lissoula Mr. Silcox and Mr. Stuart will go directly to Bt. Joe, Idaho, and there take a pack train into the field. Grazing Interest. C. H. Adams, assistant district for ester In charge of grazing in this dis trict, will leave today for Colfat, Wash., where he has been asked to ad dress a stockmen's meeting. Wash lngton sheep and cattlemen have be come interested in the range conditions of some of the northwest forests, es peclally the St. Joe, Coeur d'Alene and Ielway reserves. Mr. Adams will go prepared with all the information which the growers might desire, and undoubtedly will be able to arrange for the hendling of much stock on western rage that has before been unused. FUNERAL IS HELD. The funeral of E. A. Winstanley was held yesterday at 2:80 o'clock in the family residence on Gerald ave. Due. Rev. E. E. Burtner of the Con gregational church and Rev. Harold Oriffis of the Christian church con ducted the services. A large attend ance and many beautiful flowers at tested the sympathy of friends. The remaine were taken east last night for burial in Toronto, Canada. FRED ANDERSON BURIED. The funeral of Fred,Anderson, held yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock In the Lucy chapel, was largely attended and there were many flowers scnt by sympathizing friends. The Eagles' lodge had eharge of the services and R.., J. N. Maclean, D. D., officiated to the last rites. Interment was made In Missoula cemetery. -- . l nill i WOMEN TAKE NOTICE I A man cannot understand the torture and suffering many women endure -neomplainfjgly. If the majority of men suffered as much pain and endured with Sthe weakening sicknesses that most women do, they would ask for ate eympathy and look for a quick cure. Many women have been saved from a life of misery and suffering by turnip to the right remedy-Dr. Pieroe's Favorite Prescription-a remedy which lI s.a to take because containing no narotics, alcohol or injurious Ingredients. It Is an ut eatv eztrct f roots, made with pure glyoerin, and nrst given to the publio by hat famous spe.elist in the disease of women--Dr. R. V. Pierce, of the nede' Hotel and oSrgical lnstitute of Bufalo, N. Y. Mis. Li.snz M. Ila[aIu.nn of Lpol Neb., 59 "0" BSt., Srys I send a testimonial with much plr r so that some was eta from em trouolls t after king on I .Of D Piterp's Favor Prscription, whtlch a frn wvsed m to take, found myself very mlch 1w , proved. Ater taking three more bottles, and using two o o Dr. Ploere' Lotion Tablota, I founl myself on le orecovery. I wae in poor health tor lv years but D we r raeeme's the"nt Pellete regulate sad avierease ; ~ g*jesl 1kaw and bowels, Suls'ar*eead, taly granles. NO TARIFF CHANGES ARE LIKELY PRESIDENT SAMUELS OF THE SUCCESS MINE IS BACK FROM WASHINGTON. President Samueld of the iuccess Mining company of Wallace spent yes terday forenoon in Missoula, on his way home from Washington, where he appeared with others of the Coeur d'Alene distriet before the house com mittee which is inquiring into the pro posed changes in the metal tariff schedule. Mr. Samuels said he was well satisfied with the results of the inquiry into the lead and zinc sched ules, as far as he could judge from the sentiment expressed. "I do not believe there will be any changes in the tariff," said Mr. Sam uels to a .MIssoulian reporter, "other than those which are made by the tariff commission and which are brought before congress by that com mission. I am confident -that the lead tariff will not be disturbed. Wa were accorded a courteous hearing and I amn sure our figures made an impres sion upon the committee. "There Ins a strong sentiment in favor of the plan of the tariff commlssion. It is the only just and scientific way to bring about tariff changes and it will prevent the uncertainty and de pression in business which we always have when congress undertakes tariff changes without proper information. I am confident that the only changes made will be those which are recom mended by ithe commission. "I found Tuaft sentiment much stronger in the east than It was a few months ago. I believe he will re ceive the nomination." An Epidemic of Coughing Is sweeping over the town. Old and young alike are affected, and the strain is particularly 'hard on little children and on elderly people. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is a quick, safe and reliable cure for all coughs and colds. Contains no opiates. Smith Drug Stpre. NO MYSTERY. .lialne,, Feb. 23.-Charles E. Dyson of Missoula, for whom the police have. been senarchinr at the request of his family who fIared foul play, was found i~,tay living in a local hotel. He gave no exphtlanution of lils disllap pearnlice from Mibsoula. Tllhier has been no Ilmysti ry here in Mr. Ifyion's ulleg d "dislappearance." His f -inds have knowin wh re he is. OF 1911 FIRES ANNUAL STATEMENT JUST I$,, SURD COVERN WHOLE lfYuA TION IN HIS. DISTRICT. The work of compiling the annual fire report for the calendar year 1%13 for field district No. 1 of the fore*i service has Just been completed. This report shows that a total nuhbe,. of 487 fires have occurred in distrlct No. 1 during the past fire season. Of this number, 608 were class A firet' SI, clasu B; and 188, clas 0 . The cause of thse fires are distributed as fol lows: Railroads, 101: lightning, 1ll; Inoendlary, 12; brush burning, 49; campers, 49: unknown, 71; mlscella. neous, 30. The total area burned over by these fires was 11,896 acres, 3,775 acres of Which were timbered, and 35, 121 acres open land. The total amount of timber destroyed or damaged was 10,654 M. B. F. This amount dt tim-t bher, together with the reproduction, and forage, which were destroyed, Is valued at $88,746. The total cost, of flghting fires during the sesson was $19,788. Of this amount, $14,880.88 was spent on national forest land: 3L,911.90 on private land Inside the forest boundaries, and $I,911.72 on land out side forest boundaries. Each fire averaged 65 acres of tim ber and open land, or 18 sres of thm ber alone. The' avenrge of 6' acre was burned over in every township, or about one-tenth of one per cent of the area. Of timber land alone, the aver. age was 18 acres per township or about eight one-hundredths per cent of the area. Of the total area of open land burned, over 21,000 acres were in Michilan and Minnesota, so that the smaller figure approximately repre sents the conditions in Montana and Idaho. The approximate cost of patrol for the season was $95,000, and for fire fighting, $19,783, or a total for pro tection of $114,788. This is an average cost per acre of four-tenths of a cent or about eight one-hundredths per cent on the total valuation of the timber resources. The total allotment fto all purpoces - administration, protection, and improvement--was about $1,000,000 or roughly three and one-half cents at acre, Indicating that only about 11 per cent of the total allotment weas spent for actual patrol and fire fighting. This is misleading, however, to a certain ex tent, since practically all of the Im* provement money and a part of the administration money is used primarily for protection. The true proportion of the allotment spent for protection pur poses would be about 25 per cent. HOW'S THIS? We offer one hundred dollars reward for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by HalL's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O., We, the undersigned, have known FP. J. Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE. Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Prise, 75 cents per bottle. Bold by all Druggists. Take lHall's Family Pills for constipa ton. DEFER SAVAGE LECIlRE TO SOME MARCH DATE F. A. l81cox, president of the Nellh borhood club, announced yesterday that he had received a message from Engineer Bavage of the reclama. tion service in which Mr. Savage said It would now be impossible for him to colme t) Missoula and kcture be fore the club until some time in sMarch. It was arranged a week ago for Mr. Savage to be here Washing ton's birthday, this being the only available date h' had at this ,time, but on account of the bar association banquet and a number of other at tractions the club decided It would be impossible to get a representative crowd that evenIng. Mr. Savage will lecture, when he comes, on the Flat head reclamation project and other projects in Montana and the west. LOCAL SOCIETY Woman's Club Program. The meeting of the Woman's club in the Masonic temple this afternoon promises to be of more than usual In terest. The civic section is in charge with Mrs. Tylar B. Thompson In the chair and a cordial Invitation is ex tended to all other women's clubs of the city to attend the meeting and to take part in the discussIon of the civic problems of Missoula. ,Mayor J. M. EIvans has consented to speak to the ladies on "Civic Questions in MIs eou'a." There will also be gllven a review of W. I. George's work as fie explained It in afternoon and evening meetinls here Thursday, and a gen eral discussion of the best methods of solving local problems. The musi cal numbers will be, "Americo." sung by the club, and two piano solos, by Miss Leila McDonald, "The Rosary," by Nevin and Benjamnymi Wagplay, and "Polonaise," by Chopin. Members of the Mothers' club, the West-Side Woman's club, the Daly Addition Mothery' club, the Park Addition club and the Women's Auxiliary to the Country Life club of Orchard Homes, as well as all others who may be In terest"d are requested to c ttend the nmeetlllng ' possible. WANTS DAMAGQ t FOR SlANDER. Spokane. Feb. $8.--Alleging that his business reputation has been damaged and that he has suffered extreme hut mlllatlon, Nit Heiner, a real setate dealer, filed suit todaly * gainbtl Qeorgettoe 5uerW for $60,000 to slander. He alleged a _ complaint that Ma's. Mhwray,w Mrom he had dealiags,. sald. "o.t are so crookelt you couldn't hide be. hrin a oorkeorew." ; mtcati. t of wmiet, ion. Mtoatna lty 'sl of Helena is - t ,a!os hotel. akepr, Phone $1i. ane of salteee had wetd la yesterday. otho #rag Co., C. R. Ayrr. .1s, r sh@drickson of Cariton pen *t tW dty shbpplnl in the city. D. Willer., oteopath, 1st. Natl i..al. M1 and Mrs. Thomas Baird of ats venevill spent the day ta Missoula. P sh `in tid coffee daily. D. D pe was born yest U l4tr and Mrs. H. D. Snow S~fkman' tluster office. TeL . $11 in lsaonabla. >'V. 18W, auditor for the Ana aonda Copper ,Mining company, is In the. qty today. Humane soeWty. Call Bell phone $$, .dn oP blek. Mi.. Harry' Sackett came down from' the Bitter Root Inn yesterday on h shopping tour. Mit'N . .. Warner agent, Equitable Lifii ýAsurat.e Socilety. Phone 760. r. nd Mrs. P. D. Dudley and son .iras int6 IIsoula yesterday from their home. in Darby. i.lrs phi parlor, Miss Areher, .|31P115t N r0natl bank bldg. Bell 361. Mrs. J. F. light came In on a shop ping expedition, yesterday, from her home atU',jst-Portal. Dr. J. tLoiti Smith. osteopath, Ma. sonic temple. Phone 61$: res., 88 red. V. A. Woleitt of Butte was in Mis soul& yesterday to the Interests of the Geneal Ulectido company. James Totence of the firm. Thatcher & Torrence in Hamilton, visited Missoula yesterday. Dr. AMna James, osteopath, Higgins blodk. Phone 884 Bik.: res., 81$ red. I'. D. Panoout of Denver is in MIs soula repriegating the Heywood Brothers . Waketleld company, fur alfure deal.A'. Roundup coal 86.60 a ton. M. R. C. lmn jh, rooms o$04-205 Montana Bldg. Attorney W. .1 Carroll of Butte was in Missoula yesterday on land office buneess, going from here to Saltese for a few days. nepey to -lean on ranch and olty property. i D. Fisher, 113 E. Main St. 5C. L. Peaklhlm. of the firm, Peckham, Pettltt and osbor, has gone for a week's trip through Kalispell and Medicine Springs. Today between 2 and 6 p. m., vio lets 26 a bunch. R. and S. Flower store, 116 Higgins avenue. Mrs. Harold High is in Hamilton this week for the Ravalll County s.unday BSchool convintlon, in which she has an lniportgnt part. Missouta .mploypent Agenoy for experienced help. Phone 45I Mrs. Clarence Leahy has resigned her position at the receiving desk In the local office of the Western Union. She takes a better position. See B. O. Chaney for Insurance in the Northwestern Mutual Life of MIl waukee. Floreneo hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Vance of Ovando were In the city yesterday on their way to Hamilton. Mr. Vance 4. a game warden in the Blackfoot dis trlct. Lump coal dllivered, 64.50 per ton. Inquire Hotel ltlps ' "* B. H. Denison of Ronan called on 'friends in Missoula yesterday. He re ported mud of such depth that It took six hours to drive from Ronan to ravall. The earth free with every plant purchased at our sale today. ,R. and S. Flower store. 115 Higgins avenue. W. A. Klefer, who has charge of construction work for the Northern Pacifcl railroad near Rivulet, spent the day In MIssoula buying supplies for 'his camp. For first-class livery, transfer or a good saddle horse, call IMelaney'.blrn. Both phones 666. The Misses Lindsey and Erson, both teachers in "Montana college at Deer Lodge, are guests for the week end in the home of Attorney and Mrs. Theodore Lent.. Money to loan on aloas-nl resldence property. Wheeldon-Rosst oompany. --rd, Polson and her daughter, Miss Beattrle Poison, of Livnlgston, canme .o Missoula ydesterday. Miss Bea trice is to be operated upon thle morning at the Northern Paolfle hoe pital. The Mlisoulian is now for sale at the downstairs office of the Penwell hotel. James P. Bindon of Poleon applied for homestead entry on 40 tores in unilt "A," the northeast quarter of the northeast quarter, section 18, town ship 21 north, range 80 west. Entry was allowed. Sweet peas 101 a bunth today while they last. IR and I. Flower store; 1,1M Higgina avenue. John M. LeGrand of' Poison applied yesterday for homestead entry on 40 acres in the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section 11, town ship 21 north, range 1S west. Entry was allowed. Handy scratch pads and white: checks for sale at The Uissouliia ot· flee, Dr. Harry FarneWorth plans tO leave some time within the next few days for lresno, Cal., where he Wº Moia Mrs. Farasworth and the )IttJ boys. He expects to' return to M soul* early in Aoril 5. W. Hudson, kIro prator. . l ac building, Any dlaseisl *agmlain.l free B. L. Jameson was busy yest and the day before bDyinWg ci . the Manhattan Mill .iu , pourchased five 00lo4pit. 2 MWsohla and they are a a1"" %wool ! .ls tlas ,Lt *tertr hai.,t , que t pitea of thie tlbt ' asrtrtry as su we ,GU1tM broten lenses and dal t.1h % Ie. Deoming, optilian, h .of land lema. ar rived flhe W*IlIl.lppl lal eyistate, one "WWhim ,d4 qS on, p erdd, and •ilyt ditetly up thM itter nsot val. 16y to look. at oreBard lands :Otered .y ,hhe bfitter soot Val.y IHligation .ken lenlses, dupli.ated without a pre.sriftibn. Newtoh t. ohwelker, optical specialist, O11i.0$ Montana blk. Mrs. George Boos returned yestero day to 4her home in Seattle after beian for beveral weeks a most welcome gleat la thle< city, where a bost of ,oldlme friends as well as her son and. dughter, Mr. and Mrs. . H.f booe dlatmed her attention. Laurits A. Hanson of Dillon applied yesterday for hometdad entry on 160 acre in the south half of the south west quarter of section 8, the north balt of the northeast quatier of see ton 10, township 80 north, ranse 28 wa.t. Entry was allowed. iTe Weitern Montana Building and Loan assoolatlqn will hold its regular meet*ing thl evennlg at 7:30 o'olock in MoYntoeh Plisher's office, 116 fluiglan svenup. The princlpal busl n.mes to come before the me#ting I to colleet 'du4 and to pass upon a loan. h, e pj ' mualt sale at The Parisrlan 'Waa I*s!b6 a in view of this winter Wv "i ,said the manager to our re port. "We might add the values are a.eeditilbl good onerC L. 3. Davis, saledmad for the George LAwIeM.oe addlery company, came 'to lfIesoula yesterday partly for business and partly to ear the de bate between the university and the state college, in which thi son, Hor ace 1tavvi, made one of the (tam from osemnen. Leroy Jones of Poison made appli cation yesterday for homeltead entry oa 100 acres In the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter ofesection 8. the south half, of the southeast quar ter of section 7, and the northiWest quarter of the northeast quarter of section 18, township 21 north, range S3 west. Entry wa suspended. To make morb room for the extra large stock of spring footwear the store of Mapes & Mapes added yesa terday a large 18-foot enameled cab Inet, which is placed in the rear cen ter of the store; also two side coun term. The new cabinet was added es pecially to take, care of the homiery and white footwear stock. The season of 1912 promises to be a white shoe season. New additions this year for tnose who desire up-to-date and fancy footwear conslte of tan Ox fords and white button Oxfords. The new spring stock of shoes Is being re ceived daily and is now on display. Noetl of ttakholders' Meeting. There will be a meeting of the stockholders of the Coeur d'Alene and Montana Copper Mining company held in Steveneville on Wednesday, March 27, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of voting the stock asseasable and any other business which may come before the meeting. R. C. FRISBY, Secy.-Treas. No More Spring and Fall Housecleaning By using an electric ally operated' Vacuum Cleaner Your home will be kept in good, sanitary condition at all timeq. You can 'buy the cleaners on the install. ment basis. Cost to oierate is only one cent and a half an hour. SEE US Missoula Light ad * ~ rd We are still giving away mpney. Our customers are delighted with the nove "and .ortigia 1t .rp of profit-sharing which we ,'P, ntly inau!g #t d with our Piano Savings C'hnt", . : The Piano Savings Container is free fOr the ask ing. But don't delay, asthe suply is limHted. " Come in the very next :time yeti at d 4 n twn and ask for one. It will put you undi~i no obliga tion whatever. If you live out of town; write us and we will send it to you. Heyl.Dlklmaon Plano Coa y. 228 Hiins Avenue. Next to Goldens Rle t4'. e Old "Simon" Says Goodbye, Everybody. This is the last time. and the best tip I know of, iOc Percale / FOR YARD Splendid line of patterns. Have Your Ticket Read "Burlington" A Broad Choice of Routes You generally expect to include In your eastern trip a number of the big cities in the middle west. It Is desirable to be ticketed via a railroad that reaches the greatest number or such points. BURLINGTON TRAINS RUN BETWEEN Minneapolis-St. Paul and Chicago. Minneapolis-St. Paul and St. Louis Billings-Denver and Omaha. Billings-Kansas City and St. Louis. Denver-Omaha and Chicago. Denver-St. Joseph and St. Louis. Denver and Kansas City. Kansas City and St. Louis. Kansas City and Chicago. Omaha and Kansas City. Omaha and Chicago. Omaha and St. Louis. Through tickets via Billings are honored over the direct line or via Denver, to the East. The folder will show how a throulgh ticket over the Burlington will include mahy of these Ottlee. point out the stopover end diverse routq privileges poes aible to holders of Surdington tiokets. H. A. BRADT, General Agent, C., k k Q. R, R. Co. 215 West Broadway, Butte, Montanam. |11ntr gnto h nrgd ilh ldt Orton Brothers 41 HIGGINS AVENUI State Agents e.. Chicke & Son, i f s-, ,' -· ·.. . .... , . t , +,...+ +++ Ounr tlu Chas. H. Marsh Embalmer and Funeral OHAPIL POR SlRV4OiS. 134 W. Mai*k S. Ind. Phone 483. Sell 1i Resldense M8 leek. Competent Lady Asulteant Oj .rIIIs o. a s . ;taa 4 s t"'' . , , i i.. .