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cording to Mfr. men the 'haadllusa tnt' the 8 Mlons Jntried lines, but base on whit lit 'tie experjence the 'wardens .i al Seady m.e.dd. 'Phe eqthod 4f un-' .loadiat tle' elk here has .rought eon Saderldbe oriticim Uipon the heads of the w de who reg'euas much ad K'iwqe the fait) thea a ll f the anl ta'ls 'WrIe injured or subjected to " Te elk shipped hee -were loaded at ~dltritter following their capture au thot cityt. The capturltg of the e'lk w in charge of W. C. ihaw. atn exietlnced girlde of that section. by the use of bay scattered on. the .~round the animals were enticed lato a stookade constructed for that our pose. The animals were wary of the S'wn at work on the job and before any one would come anywhere near the etnpkede It was necessary to bury the' man who tripped the stock ,ade gate beneath the snow so that the cautious animals could not .ascent their trippers. By using this method %he elk were captured. It was then aneasy matter to get them Into orates on wagons and tq haul them to the stockiyards. A runway was attached tO the raes of the Wagons so that, as it was thought, the anl. mals obcld walk to the ground. Sere was where the elk oWjected, every last one of them leaping entirely over the runway. This Is the reason the method employed here, that of pro viding straw for them to jump onto, was used. In maknlag this arrange ment the immense crowd which as sembled had not been counted upon. The crowd wits a nuisance, not only in ,Hamilton, but all along the line, as orowds of people flocked to the car and swarmed over its sldes at every Atop ,made. The plk were kept In a oontlnual state of excitement, so it Is not to be wondered at that they heal tated about leaving the car when it was spotted here. After the car was vpened and the frightened animals began to mill about In the car, there 'was as much danger to the animals in the car as In the rough handling n sgetting them out as soon as pos tible. "There is no one. In the state with mnove experience iin the handling of elk tha have r-9·:Noeon and. W. C.' th, 10 bared' Wiomds "They apaile 'th proposition In tile faq of thp obnditions arisins in the best mahlal' they knew. They learned' a -lot in. handling that car of ely, and are iii a politon to profit by their S-utlsnoe. It isa an easy matter for ispOne to see the errors of their mga t pd after it I~ put Into' actual practice. When the car arrived he it would 'have been impossible to find '.20 anon who would agree as to how the animals should be unloaded, hut it 4ook no keen Insight to declare the .method used was improper, after It Uuder PoToasties are "Mighty Good" 'Thesr tempting bits of toasted corn have won their way in camp and home from ctan to ocqan. Post Toastles reprisent --the best that money can buy. " 'ACw' Ak, iehi tt ot . Br un h t to fret 9,'" i!ela 'the athter o a ist need to be told where Ml in the lpment we, a lolfE. Stit 6f the fNt t , that Q, *riyed .to ju 4 ts. Y-le*etone park nelhborh. od lbuast Mt. ," it In expected that lthe ii*at ta this winter will be l 6tes i'weu v lle, M arch 13.--( Speclal) GDame Warden Plroman arrived on this afternoon's train In response to the request of Stevensville for getting a Carload of elk shipped to this place. Mr. Prohnan states that he will go to ardliner at once and make arrai.ge monts for loading a car, and expects to have it shipped hare within a waeek's time. Stevensville will profit by the experience that others have had in regard to unloading these anl mals, and precaution' will be taken with reference to keeping She crowds of people at a distance until the elk are unloaded from the car, which seems to have bean the greatest trouble experienced at other places. If it Is found necessary, on account of the people frightening the elk at tlhe unloading, the animals will be kept In the car until night time, when the car can be opened, and allow theI anmnils to leave leisurely. All the people are anxious to see these animals upon their arrival and Mr. Proman thinks It will Qp Impossible to keep tile crowds back, and whil he is willinlg that everybody should see them, lie belleves that the safest way would. he to unload the car at r.ight, and after they are unloaded there will be only 11ttle danger of stampeding them, which caused the previous trouble in other places. The committee, which will have this work In charge, will be notified by wire as soon as the elk are shipped from (lardiner. OFFICERS ELECTED.. Stevensville, March 13.--(pecili.)- The Stevensville Chamber of Com merce held its regular meeting in the library building last night. The at tendancee was fair and the principal lfulness transacted was the election of officers for the ensuing year. J. B. Parnall. was elected president, J. Frank Burough, first vice president; Albert May. second vice president; Edward BJmart, treasurer; Clyde ina gle, seerery. The :executive tom inlttqp .qopalsts of these five oflicers, and thlltugh the president, manifested a disposition to begti its work with the ittniqst 'energy. A meeting Was called for on next Frillay for the pur uose of discuasing 'the matter of. get ting a right-of-way through town for the proposed east side railroad, and at this 'imeeting a coinmlittee of three, who were aippointed last night, will report the result of a meeting to be had with Mr. Itloan who has been asked to state his wishes in having the town furnish the right-of-way through the corporate limits. NIWS 9Q IOafVIATIION OWN mY t1 M1S.I.JAN'4 apactA$ 8WM Res. -okl8nh, A h 1 3.-(RIpeela,) County Ahttote aot of Kalni pghiI in # ott t Q the case "J':he following members or the Pol. son Chamber of t.nlelllnleree. Presldent f ,l en . C1tner, Secretary A. ". rle Jk ford, J. A, Johnson,. ,Wlllanm 13. hlll, iv. ttendd the ding t-to cather meetl.in" .t° 1, it.Igntislas I S-tur day:' They, report aln enthullatle ~eeti tey of whlh Whvert sh mport nt resoluon pert ea raning to the rmoerva ton werhis ho sed, the meetint being h followd ing banquet t which the W. u . wer. entert lnreta y A. t. i or chostra. meeting ue aist. ratus t tur-om winter's vist east, alnd reports hlln self more Ini love wltlh tile i'latlhle, lltra over. daThe Pohn lrep.ort on enthulnta Ild . meetillg T wh ay everlng to ortant rotti onand tainik oer o theb for thev :tion r j . the m ting bing M. ollowed. yhr, banquet ar hich th Fat tla. P. ( use ha returned from aL winuntr'y rom isi tr, In threortllh md dle staore in wl ith the chtmblned businlss with pleAsure. HAMILTON BRIEFS Hamillton, Mnreh 13 .-(.Spedal.) Attorneys (leorge T. B.ggs iand iR. O. Lewin of $tevensvillo ure' In 1til eity Atttendling to dsltrict eourt nhtters. (eirorge I. iHow', (Iorge A. Kain anltd Johnt nW. lut,'co of s1ivens'lVls e are registered at the Ravanll hotel. Dan Armn., righl-of-waly man for the 'Missoula. & Iamnillton railway, is in Hnamllton today. Wl1inltm ;. .We.la of MiUnoulla in herel vlsillng with his son who rre ecntly Ileated hier.e with his falnmly. Froed ihlnman of Missoula is snthk ing one of his r'egular visits here in the interests.t f the :Mlsso.lal Merclln 'tfile conpany. D. A. Brown of Missoula. Is In Ham iltan In the interests of the .1lsmonlna nurseries. STEVENSVILLE NEWS Stevenmville, March L..(l.peclal.) 1%'jqtt Cyr aCt Miseqiklk spent (tie illt here yesterday attending to business "matteor. Hheriff t(eorge Sh1e of Halllltnn rit tlnluded to legal business here. TtIus-_ day in connectton with Iis office. Mrs. Ir'ene oswald, who has bheen spending the winter here with h'er sister. Mrs. J. (1. Showell, left today for her home In Great Falls. Mrs. thowt;hl itc(tuomuatleuird iher as fur tlu Missouta. J. A. Murrelles or Missoulla is spendting it few dauys here on busilness. SI, FL~F; WtfS - Ur D Ii, ~I #ffW A(SI Ou ,i $4&i$UKl THE SEAUTY P'!! HAIA IN tlN MIN* r , S W ,I nH A LITTLE SDANbERINE. .1il'Oi en at. Rlntd lf heavy hair. wtl i ith ieaity and in rn- 1 f l t: Hh a an incomparable ( asfte'd 04 in iurtly andl luatrous, YoU dan ft onfe( enn etlde that this s Cll, n h lI using 1),tlnderlne. I also anenmplsahe s so 't it Epp lIeatilon of Knowiton's Ditaigiria hi flVl 4 o1 d ltth the bhnuty of I your i ,"be kltn I irnneeediately dii stroas A1º diknolicvn ei'verty iiusticle of dandift; y1 c'irinnel thnvi' Ieni.e, heuaby, healthY'lhIE' gt yon hlr vi' dandruff. Thisn lRE L AT PLAINSI SCCESSFUL STEADIL' INCREASING CONORI OAlTION MARK PROGRESS OF 'iHE MEETINGS. Pititf, . Naek I 3.-(N.1tcrinl.)-The revival meattlfs sire nlw in the third week and lthb.aoontr&letion g(eta larger e'ach even '., Jat night Ivanngelint Smith a i>",on "Profit ntd LO*ls of Using ai ( ~tiain," ltnd derllvered a .tlrrign~all lie deitulnre'd that lie Ilad "dQo .'eP t for titan oi wmanl who never cinters the d(hoor of a ehu.t.. Such b;i Iil41ulrlltie ciltl geni; hAAe thine.' ne.' teplorabIle lnad show ' ravitnlt IIt i lltexculable Iheatheimlatn. (0l .lpity the Ibtiy or girl who Wit, born in iI homIne whose par nlltis eler enellr :1 ichulrh,." Mlr. Smith. sai~d that ,in11 men.l thought if their fanlllen wer, (Bltudly that the father an. hulundl was entitled to a free, transport tI, thr Perly late.. I adlvlised his ihatel'rc to live a bnidly lifr, "ns that is tie... nliv life thait will b)ring rnltlisfctIe i IIenedt Joy, and nIlyrlads of pei.le will clhrish your raplie. If you live without (ld you ire' lot." ' The evangellt aeys thisn Is the preateut week leitanets Iltms ever wit I ca.s d in the (Chit'iitiie t tile'. M.(r' *h:l hn of or the lug anll eti, e' l. ice'i'eptedl thee Invtlttion nlast eveninc: ulnd I Mtlqlpped to tih l Jiufortlll . Jniek J.)' .,ti, rer, inetione pl(ltulre oepera(tor at tIll Thetoritun. while lcutting wdotl ~',;r.trdey., whie'.cked aff his tIheitini.. 4 L ,ih,.fiyIt joint. Tihe, greti t ing pros lf~th tt [ied. .Jiurvey Jilagg, wetll-knownI truck farmer ol Piln., atlitendede to hlunltic.an tma.tters lii '.lfiestulal yestirlter ). He SH iii eo'Ci pel.li it y lDeputi lt "tik iin et'ectiotr tir,etlk Hlarlan. lelrry ,.lelti.,en. iemanaige"r ,if the CaEileres C'lulnlt ,.eli.ereittile compallny. r'iturte.d tnd:iy from ci businessee trip t, 1lle111,niu ; ,ni Ilutto.. DARBY NOTES Darby, .11ureh 13.-(Special.)-There are indlltlhins that bhulders will be In l emtnd in i oI urhy this season.l R. Av Iili is now iiguring on the erectlon of it new store, for his Jewelry business. The building will be built ion lot 16, block 1:I, next to Charles E. $tout's clothing sittre. It will be a modern buildlng anll work will start asn oon uas thie wenlIther will permit. It. Josleph tulne up from Hamilton Tintleldy nighlt on husinestt. The l.1 It. A. will hontl iI dlnce otn I'rilday night fir the benefllit of the home lodge. The I llrby concert orheostrau organ lzed .Mond)ay night aind will give a dance tilon. Mrs. (h;orget Miles has returned fftet lintiilltion, where she has been visitng her daughter. Cold weather and a big supply of snow iIr. rleported from thi upper end or tlhe vall)y ait the foot or the mtoun tillns, J. J. I)llkelry hlts ibeen it visitor in Darby. EParl Ne, birother of Mrs. C. JC. Stout,. illta arrlived hi Darby fromt the aslt, wllhre he lu been traveling In the theltreilttl Iullsiness. He will locate Ihere arnl exIpects to open a music store. I'armelrs lr prelarnllg for spring wVork, andlll plowing will be sltirtiel slonlt. There 'are Indicationsl of a grcut crlop this year. r Warnllr lnimnons ,will take charge of the Priscilla hlotel April 1, Gun Ullu.us and Frank Waddell have returnedl friiom a trip to the coast iand report hatving had the timhe tif Iheir lives. W. II. unionmaker of Stevensville wail here til business yesterday. Miss Norni PFowler has been in Darby vislting rliends. She reoturned to Victor today. C. EB.,llampbell Was a business vis itor in Durby yttgrdlay. Mr. and Mrs. OGlett are home from a visil lln Ilamllton, Mr. and Mrs. 1lty Brown have been In Hamilton for several days. Mrs. Hermaln Iianb, who has been seriously 1ii, 1s DOW recovering. Monday's oroiheitr, rehearsal broke up in a dance, the audtence finding the music lreselstlble. The gelnerous Amount of snow on the belwth ina~Itrq plenty of spring moisture and the'orohardlsts and farm ers alre alified. Dr. J. ICK. ulers has moved his of fice to the Bhoudy buildlng. WANDERER 0CIT VERDICT. Hamilton, March 13.--(peeoal.)- The ut.et of lwreneo Wandprer againLt it, .loep iand wilfe,,a suit for 1''e4, wa, spltl .4y In tile stsiot court, t'AI ign in a Srdtet tor the . l mi.e msountn S. it Fifi :Olihls als via a lit j tie court, from . ' * lostrulqtlve .lrt rof the hair of its lustre, its strength and Its veio Ite, and it not overeome It prodtlrse a eiverislhness and itching of t.ti sealp;, the hal. aooti ftunll~, lnou#t and die; then the hair falls out fast. If your hair has been negletetd andt io thin, faded, dry, smrnggy or tol oily, 'don't hestate lut get a 15 cent bottlo of Knowlton's na.nderine at any litrlg store or toilet coumter; apply a little at d'lrected and Iten minutea after ydou will sny this was the hIest investment you ever mIade. Wte esincerely belilr., regardless of everything Oelse alvert(iedt that if you diesir soft, lustrous, beautifrl hair and lots of it--no dnndlnrrf-nn Itch ng sctalp and no Inore fillineg hair- you must lluse Knowitnn's ln)tldlein., Ift evetually-w\hy nlt Ienow? A 21 ,ent brottle will truly ani ne you. pniled. The complnllt alleged that i horse and cow belonging to the d,' Iendants had wandered into a young orchard belonging to the 1 lnintlff and had killed severtl, yllung appil trees. The plinlntiff was reipresented hi At torney Edwards, the diefendnnt by At torteys Arneit, Ta.lor and Johnlson. The case of (1norgei W. litohllilthlgh ilganlhat the ltunnyside Orchards com p1ny was started late yesterday itand is progiaesing slowly today. 'Trlhe case Is a salit on t conltrnct for cluariing land. trakeir nod K1urtI Ilre uttorneys for the plaiintiff. Taylor and ,Iihnisn for the defendant. RONAN NOTES Ronan. Mitarch 'la. -(1pel.anl.)--MI. .I. |*,tnledict nalldl a it tilllneat trill, to, Mnis so.la uatrdtiuy., returninlK M.andity. MIrs. Andrew stinger wats taken \'ry altlddenly IIl sat tlrdlay with I a light atl tn.k of uil'p 'lndlitim, bt b Is reporltel ilmulch better todllay. M. lR. $htallandralt if (t'errI (thirds, Ill arrived in tliutat la I, first Iart of the weOOk ald t Il ramaint, i permllanetlly Frank Aleilager will (ldtlliatlae hls Ienw' dry gioods and xlh,,n store bay givinlK ta iig free tianci to his many frlenids fln J .i. N.ltoll of iluatalia is loking after llhx inlartatl Itn tlihe Millaill avl lIy this weeak. II1 will l.alse lltanld unit pat1 it a r Iter crop tali ilt spriKg. Mr. ItI'Vhl :its ad family .f (an'a llall tldge, liont., vis\'ti ng his hrothier, I'rank, west if iRonal n, till itave attint for tIheir home anal ltiny rtrn and lotat Iolt lt the Ait, io.n vtllaey, W hile. llmig Irattlrm lt. Igattl tlI ti Intalllln Iust xl llludly, D)r. IM. W Hlllr ha ta.ntll Incl llta' frltlllrighteal iand ra;n nawny, IlrtalakingI the hIagg.y a:ntlI hilrnatt atndl hijitgrll Ih, urs s., ih t ti ail. I' rom :1 few sllatatlaes th Iall doitalr a uta hut |ttI't. T'here will be i. "alird 'rimes" dateha I give.n Mattardlay, Mairh 10, ly lt.h p1ln pi,' liviag neatr the IIIg flnttt. llltaper will served latd tveryhdy, 1.s in vllted. I Mrs. M. \\. 1Iull, twh Ila l beenl illI fir Ilthe. t Ils. ta able tlI he il t tagalII. .Mrs. Itarv alh Ittashhne i t i the slclt list I lv wek 'lThe. lidll's of IIt (',afllah-lh church will giv . .i Sit PTatrhik'st Illane ata t 'll It tltlan I lm ';1 ItIhIa e 'aNI h I 'P TIal', a ill ih tat. tr ill°t Iltarta t lan all la ll atanona ft the Mattnlt . IRverattlhy Ia ilvital'd. Stiff lt ' will the servetd. r.11 .sa. A. M. lar tag. wl hi. s bi '', t visliti lit litaMiatla for l.lh x Ilt Weeil It i, pealteda Iatme a.ton. S14M. l"I hty of Itlatv ii W ll a t l, I tutin lITudlllay I rtllnmaetlng hIala1ats. Johln Witty alf MNzarcum, a. Wath , lstopped tit thel Coilra htlotel T'uedll a l NI. .1. dillaaerget' of Heatll" patsea thrillIgh Itonuin Tuesdiay. t ''laoanla at . IClt " I lnn f a o Isn stoppedl'I atl thlle SMItrling hoItetl lTueIdatl ijy. Nil,. .lnali Mrs. Joseph MNIrlll, of near Poalaanll , piMeal tIltr nttl l here Tuesday on their way to Missouala. II. Whitlll tfl If , lolsn wa I l i I llt a n;ala tll',ana ti'llnt I stal n's n ll first part Ift this wee',°k. SEWING CLUB MEETS. lttmnilton, MN r hii I:. --(I i lt.t'i ill with Mtlaa I ,t'aerne ltaIbarton ail her Ih il on at ith Iill fth slrl ,t. Tr i'lt ,vt'itling wati a pImt'ed vtery at I eana l\ with (h' 'eelh'. It'efrsat lalnla, V' teradtol It Ihle gluaatH dtulrilg the Vell inlg. 'rhats prea.ent ware: MlIsasa htr'ttulott (lick, R.ldna, i'hlal , tluc t'.1tltbtp ll, Ilhatn. Mit'rutra'lali. l.atr:t Jnisl, t artruade Hulntll , La 'arte' Ro.tbartl.int aild Mrs. W. A. Ml':Iray. A PARTY. Iftmilattltt, Mrill :. --t. a) 'Mrs. J. 4'. iMoare hIla . .LI'ued inlVita istls I'' a ixtparty to hot given ,'ltdIlay etV ting In hIltnora t l' oiter a n, ta , 1t . rl .l.ao're,. The "eavl will iia ,vwhlat t i known Si a t'Laupad" party, tItitdl frari the scheme o'l f di'nratl l T CHILD BADLY BURNED. I itmillon, March 1:1.--( lpreci,- Iorn BI3nnetlal, ita 10.-yarohl gilrl, wais t.riiusly hurtled list" yetasterdaly ft thlat H4. 1.. Parr ranch tan C.inasaa Prairi.e, souathwest from till cityl , by fuliling Into a aoanfiret. Mr. Parr aaania lhere recnt ly frtom at Iltle and wails ingaged In clllanialng uip at hjs ratlnh when the abilld In some mnanane fell into' at fire AT FOUNTAINwST. L7 54..0 t WNM5Rl Got nthe UALTi VMILK [Ta ý, ý ta C ý" and x12.56 h%,hl n them garmentis rIdi 'nt Wha ti wel-rM t wiflieli ,,Moing hil knw riht ell her mei if il n rgy-hn. Ther Gil hit N~l i hsit r $lei-12.50 Spring Suits Qf S hI '' No Larger Stocks. 3Ik als No Better Styles. sa mas prod'. t'11( I l) ht Illy uf h e forlf t hell W $15.00 to $25.OO Lr m IN." IIY 1I Wlrlrt 1 'I'll I'. mea nr tv" have 11001411- ," n ." It ly lno maw thor 'hiN N In %1I1 it W.N I. 'P~r 1 y I 11I NI it ill I kl I $ I $ '. ll I'( Ii~n ~l~n'i'Rt l ni III R and I.e I~f1W i k t i tI I I 1111 Mil l In 11 Iii se1sf? 111114411.ii I ., find .,aii I . 1411% m ' t al , lav trI m mI ed; S Hlli 'I1 ki 11.11-1, I Ntl l tsight, 1, th 11t gl.' ' oy k . 1',1 4M I14 N1)1111 II Il hit 1Iii I 1111 ' iis I l.1e11 II i r ii I I ev i N It tIN g 'i'y ,i1r."i I rgai fi $2.50 rretuofN1tt 'nkye Ih m .111 .11jtlr 1.1 l111,41 Lt tI l.*n . I,.'g t': hlJh b, h '.1 heI'. I, iia'h',r 41 'I44 riii r*.. i , 114' 14 -' 41,1 \ i"r1 l 1 .1 ,11 11 11 1| llr1 h o l411 1. I'nn 1'l,1H %V.l'l 4':111141 ' I l 1 X111111' III 1 $.1In g 1111 11 11 11l 'Il. II' 4 11111 ' bI' prIlli.e to, 11,. h ll h1 I.v vlat 411- 1.III rlFin . 'I'hut In hil. ,-lily erls, t4-st. l'hulhi rilln'h ('! ugih It. n.1 ,y. , Jutidgi-d by Rthis ainnh ' ;ll IIs no :ll.llur. l'8, ple , ev y'V'I hV\ 'I'I,' i'Ill0 k of II il th*. hitlh'eut t. l'l i t 1, Ir:l i.n . I'',.' s lu, I.} ' 11 tl al - THE PASSION PLAY. I bmlll h , 1, Cl.(r t S1p*',in . mi't' l ,r e 141-l1 of I'lll Il llh ling Ihii' I 4 51,I IIN 11 1114 s4 nI,,l I'I:nv \vorn. +ih+tx 1.1 l ,un \ "tu n t ; II " I ,t iiSi I I'I'lwu, etcllr. l ar I\%.w I4 IIan eled byIII l .llh th autvr. urIna rol. an d wsitnluledinI.g 1" I.'11",1' 1"I11|II4'", 'l'h +" Ill' t L.'1: 11/ 1 I . 11 -11'11 TIIIf'1r I*'. i I uooio r ir h 'lI 'hu ..1 \Ie I, l, 44h, *h 1 . le irula:l i 1 lll . i llh - IlrIT he(r.t r. aIle 3.1141, lru,li ll 0 III h,. *. WT bieur ' a Fael yt ave.. isat pt SMUGGLER CONVICTED. mot htl l, s tlda 1'.41 J4 .ill-en , l. In ll . cllhg w'l ..11d at. jm 1:.1 ; 41 of 1111 i 1·Igld , I acl |'.IIs Y or 4l hllE11 11 l la1ti-' 1 ll I , \\I nd 11 4111 t t i (111r nnl :I r IIi n-1i 11 0 ed.11 .| 1 We1eie 1111rn 11'i 111gad j 1'111 gl' p .' p 1 am I tld t. UnII .11 h r ;unt1 ( Inh 1t : ,111 .l -HIS r , 1"1 , -4. '1 1' mleal l 1 i. 4l',1 . II h lh . fll r a hl.- 11t 1 h ii tvu11· l \ 111r ll fIml' I11, . 11 e S11 11 m*'l Il |( 1# (11 + (II h. f1il It)l ' 1" l l th Troubles nnam, boSlu, S A lflas, bad, bar's IlKi., Ir larl. acs gu I ttouble . t C ore llipples . oIIoar breast, pmilk ceuit. rhe n, etc.,l ane r lhd and tils ad by It mdlicirsl oill and ntis pt. I ulr.dit l a. The l'.wtlyptlul d o alhts slim eulelt l l lmr dilenll nldlr a cur eioir Iulain pll ie llo t 2 Wcbnt r's Fmlily Haylve i ag purgs sm |ooth s tilhl tbelng Igenll. Com s i1t1 screw-top whit LI· In t lu*rewGes, Vic and Io. Your maltey rt.uoldldri r,,u aure aM OlatPs is tdy &h t lsult ., aft er i oain trial. eaMOen the boCeI IlMn 1an doIna cuellla oa rent reullrea do.lor wentM laUnd ,ur e ions I)t rod. 25I clrt A y r r hWv Is " our dl.illil hal 1111111 or can 1Il thtnl I.ll, Poo iss. Slunot, Poshady I& C.ompanly Ma, ToIo N.Y. Constipation causes hea-j. aches, nausea, dizziness, langour, heart palpitation.' Drastic physics gripe, sicken, weaken the bowels and don't cure. Dean's Regulets act gently and cure constipation, 25l cents, Ask"..eur dLul g s. With "EL" Family Housekeeping Is Play For making good coffee. There is just as much in the method of making as in the quality of coffee used. The El Perco Electric Way is the best. El Perco (pot style) fur nished in nickel or cop per. Percolation begins in less than a minute after the plug is put in. Five-cup size .......$550 Seven-cup size .....$6.50 Missoula Light & Water Company MI IULA - MONT HoytDickinson Piano Co. Kurtmmann, Knah,., Taby (Orand pl ntn, musrhc l ln ltrurnu nt and lhtt Next to Golden Rule SLter. 4 P4SJI