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That Cause Headaches CHti (' be orrc€tetd nfo that the headalches disappear. hatnl ill a hnpl truth, hit many still d(!ubu ailt hn 1 sitll( You do not tnke ally risk witi till. We guarantee to do what we say. If your ee. n fman }Idt h I, we utll rlleve ti l l Mri allll ll give yon perfect comfort 'Neglect to Ilhave thImn exaI1m Ined nmay cause ia Ifl' 'tim, ,If sorrow. Florence Hotel Building Phone 4.3 Rd. LARGE BREAD LINE A recent issue of the ('hicago Tribune reports 1..,000 uneml ployed mInn in C11hiago, nnd the situation has become so seritous that Mayor lHarrison has ap pointed a conlmisrion of rcpre sentative business inen to pro. vide ways and means to Imeet temporary needs but more espe ciaily to study the causes for this annual condition, which is even more acute this winter than in 1907 and 1908, when s, Iullny men were Idle. Mr. Malcolm Mc. Dowell, banker - philanthropist, hasn maintained a "bread and ooffee line" for over 80 days, feeding hundreds of men repre senting nearly every nationality. It is, however, ingutlalr to note that not one Itallan has appeared in tile line. Any enmployer of Italian h, llp n tell you why. They n;te it portionl of their wages and ldeposiit it InI a bank. In order to mIleet just such con ditions as exist at this tune, The First National Bank OP MISSOULA. invites accounts of wlage-earner as well as the farmer and merchant, Sswland, The Jeweler Ealies. Ilamuds. Jewelry Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRING 114 East Main btreet. 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. IndependeAt Phone 1640. Bell 1058 Black. General Foundry and Maohine Work Take Your Prescriptions TOi Smith's Drug Store SOUTH SIDE mIAMIA O0-Passenger Tally-Ho-5 Horses Across the Reservation DAILY SCHEDULE Leaves Ravalll 8 a. m.; leaves Pol. son I a. m. Arrives Poison 2:30 p. m.; arrives Ravalli 2:30 p. in.. via. Ronan and Mission. T. L. BATEMAN, Ravelli, Mont. HENLEY, EIGEMAN & CO. GROCERS 115 Higgine Avenue Bell Phone 87. Ind. Phone 474. The best of everything In the market INSURANCE Fire, Life and Acoldent insurance and Real Estate. National Surety Company, * Dan H. Ron Stlools I Mtd 2, Dunoult & Puterson Bilk Now, nt ilst the day has come;: lt the pllhs you'II see ton(lIs hum; lists are checked and guesses WE, THE made; crafty plans are PEOPLE deftly laid: candidates are on the jump; all day long Ithey'll have to hump; every one's the intlers' frtiend; each one's winning till the end; in the morning, sure as slll, ,eery one is bound to win; when tilt, shalldes of night full low, In the dlislnrd some will go; all can't win and stintli' misl1st lose; we, the people, have Ito c'hlse; how we exercise our rig-et, IIi1 returns will show tonight. Get In itsi nlll t'l your vote; city interests Ilhllltn ireItte; keep your temper all the Stile; you imn well afford to smile; let ithe otther fellow roar; smile right otill :illd don't get sore; smile right on, Just sntlle and wait; let the ballots seal hls fate; on election dlay, you're hlts: smile awlay anti don't get cross; iin the hbooth you're all alone: you've ita vnt that's lill your own: be it mtan tlld t.lsnt it right; pick the winners of tonight; don't be fooled by w:iat you heetr: form your judgmtlent, calm and clear; name a man you know Is straiglht; early boost for him and late; don't be fooled or glulled i bit: vote and makllel the right mlan It. We're lthe peoplel-ours to call good men to tllth city hall; wt're the people-ours to place all the winners in the race; we' re tIle people'--ours to choose who shulll IIIl the mayor's shoes; we're the people-ours to say who shall win elec tion day. * Tilhe Mlt Allbout Town Is In r'eceipt otf atn interesting letter fronm Alberton. Contained In the coln CARPE munication Is Informa DIEM tion -which will, it used Intelligently by some body who has experience in the show husiness, will fume and fortune for the promtoter and, at the same time, make Alberton famous as the home of the only original rooster that lays eggs. The writer of the Alberton letter Is anxious to be placed in communication with a titman who has time and money enough to prom.ote the exhibition of the rare fowl anti, perhaps, to develop a new strain of birds which will re mIlove the rooster from his present spllhre of Inaction and make tlmn a Illtre usefull memllber )of the community. Hlere is the' letter: "Dear Sir-I own i chickenl ralnchl one nmile west of Allerton aItltl I own It rooster that lays eggs. Now wlhat I i"ttnt of you Is the itaddress litof smic'ody that would ie Interested lit having thatt fowl. As for tInce I atll working for thel C.. M. & it. P. railroatd and I haven't tthe or t;te lnetlotn i do anything with it But it might 1ie tllt( an no bJi't't it, srnellPneII I tllhat you know. They can seet it t tiny timlle tit my plli'e and I can prove that It lays, toi. Yours truly, Joe, Alnans." The Man Ablout Ttown hs souglht to inlterest I tncle c'lmrlie Hurlnolis as tlhe tonl' man It townll who cotilltlllnes thel theaitrilt tlnd poultlry htestittss, but he says he hlts not tIme, for tany nlew side lllne, though i.e betlieves t here are gretat Iossilltitt's in the plroplosition. Cterltillllv, it is t cllhance fir somie live show otun. "Wanted--('ak. Fminly of thrce." That Is the way ia Mlssotllllan elass iad reatd last week, the tld HE HAD tiress tef the aidvertiser THREE heing given In con clusion.. There were somlle euichk repilles, as Is usually the elstu -" ith The Mistoulihtn ctltss idt, alnd there were other lnswtrst by inmall. One of the lattler ietoe Saturdatly night andil for at timet it puzzled the, advertiser not it little. It sold: "Itn reply to yout r iad, will stay I ('lilt fill the. place' If work illi price are agrteeable,. I tiln on thet square. I".r'ty yeatrs old til I tCanO fill thei' hlh as I havet a iamil.y of thlree. I have ia wife and two chilldren, an I1-yuer old girl aind 5-yetar-old boy. eotld reply to thls stution and state( wlhatl you want done, iIYour fralternally, --- - ----.. I,. . I ail Just frolll Illlinis.l " Whenlt the ailverlner hud slltudllied it ,over, 'lihe loiikeid ovei'r hiti adveriltlistellltt again. 'l'leni he saw that the lilt rend "famlily of thrlw," ilad he untlderstoud. liut, nuot vwithtunldilnlg thile plisant offer, tile tadvertlliser Ihas concludedl th'at heI will not, atcceptl the Iprolositloll to atdopt it itllllly of thleci. Ilut the ctlus ad torltked--he is etistlelid of thiIt. I.x-Postlnaster Ross lbst no time, iin get thlug to work t len hie retired fromt office. The day after DAN GOES he turneid over the keys. TO WORK to his successor at tie mtall-dispensing job, Mr. Itoss hlred an office and the day after that hi' was on thel job. Hlard il'work ,Iills to agrie with him tilld it is sus pectetiid that ihe has ,been taking exer else in prepairation for the, cihange, elsea hi' woulnd nIt land could not adaplt hitn self no readily to the Inew conditions. Mr. Ross has .lai office' with ii. T. W\Vlkinson in the Duncan block and is swinging into the real estate and loan business with insurance lis a Inatural attachment. This Is the businetus which Mr. Ross followed foi' a long tiun I, forie he assunmed the official position which he filled so creditably. lie has swung back Into the saddle with glrtace and ease and Is ready to do business with promptness and dispuatch. "It seemsr good," said he to the Mtan About Town. "There will be less grief than there 'was with the oth'er jlob-thlat', certain. And tlf anybody thinks this is harder work than rullning thet post officl, it is because he doestn't know tmuch about the Iostolfflice hulstness. C'oelll' aroundl and see ulie." Fred Studdard, whose amilJing coutnte ounce has beamed thr'ough tile front window of the northl STODDARD half of the Postal Tele -OES UP graIph colmpanlly's Mis souls office for somne tillti, to the Illumination of tile street and the joy of the passersby, hls gone up. Baturday Mr. Stoddard moved his office upstalrs to room 25 in the Hi-g gins block and if you want to see him snale, you will have to take a ride in the elevatori his radiance will not be diffused as generally as it has been but it will 1 ail the more brilliant for being oontlnd4 to the four walls of ant PALM OLIVE S0AP SPECIAL The manufacturers of this justly popular soap are offering for a short while apecial inducements, as tot lows: With every 'sale of six cakes of Palm Olive oheap we will give free a hloe Jar of Palm Ollyp Cream. We sell you the six cakes Tor 50#. A NEW BATH CASTIL. . We have succeeded In obtaining the a agency for what we believe to be the best soap of tale kind made. Pree from alkali, perfectly white, lathers well, large six-ounce cake, I with a delightf.l odor. Can be used for bath, or as a toilet soap. 10 A CAKE, OR FOR BG6. Missoula Drug Co. Wholesale and Retail. upstairs office. Mr. Studdard will handle the business of the Missoula Building and Lonn association in his new quarters and in connection will contduct a general real 'state atdl lounl ibusiness. "1 shall be just as gltd to see any friends upstairs in the new office as I was In toc old place," said Mr. Stoddard to the Man About Town, "and it isn't a long trip to ride up here. T'he elevator is working finely and the door Is never locked." MERCHANT RETURNS FROM THE EAST. D. J. DONOHUE HOME FROM HIS BUlPING TRIP AND THINKS CONDITIONS BETTER. D. J. Donohue returned to Missoula yesterday morning after an extended trip through the east. During his absence Mr. Donohue visited New York, Philadelphia and Chicago. This Was his annual trip through the east for the purpose of dolng his spring buying. Mr. Donohue stated that the weathc'r In the east was very bad. "I left Chicago In the worst blix zard I aave ever seen," said Mr. Donohue'. "We arrived in Missoula 12 hours late. The past winter has been the coldeslt that Cthi'calgo has explerl enced during the past '50 yeara. All through the east andl middlle west the winter has been severe. "Business conditions are vastly Im proved over what they were. when I went east last spring. Eve'ryone is more hopeful of the futulre. While the big nmanufttacturers are' not doing any thing more than keeping up with their orders, they feel that conditions are gradually imp)roving and are making a larger output. The stock market, which, to my mind. Is the best barometer on business, has Ilnprove greatly and on the whole tnc outlook for the coming yea.r is far Ifren bad." SUSPECTED. ---- Olakllt.d, March 17.- P',licet, dt' teLtiv'es took Intol cullstody today a mlcell alleged to be H+ lerman I)ilhinl, wanted in lhicago rfr the mllurder o.f ay Corbett on January 1, 1912. - LETElRS ARE MAILED URGING ATTENDANCE T'le Itally-Day-Dollnr-Dinner, which tle eilallmber of c(oinnlerce will give at the Palace hotel Wedinesday eveun ing, promises to be i very successful affair. secretary Itreltenlteln has enalled many letters requesting at good uttendance at the dinner. A fine pro. grau of short talks hau been lined up for the occanlon. The chlllamber kef connllnerce deoires to round up all of its oiwli Inenlber and other buinlnness mnel -nd.citlzenn at this meeting and the prospects are for a good attendance. The dinner will Ie held at 6:30 no as to make it convenient for everyone to attend the feast. Notice to Contractors. Illds will he recelved byº theI city OUllcl of ilhe city of P'oison. Mon.teauu, up to 8 e'clockl p. in., March '8, 1912. for the construction of concrete tide. walks, concrete i'uiIs, ald the grad Ing of streets within Hpeclal in provement district No. 1 , . per tihe plans and npelf;itions on file in the iffice of the city engineer alnd city alerk of the city f PIolson, ,IMontauln. 'The council reserves the right to reject any and all Ilds. S. C. 8131r3, (ity I'herke. D)ated Marchi 16, 1912. Barber & Marshall 609 South Higgins Avenue Bell Phone 20. Ind, Phone 420. DOLLAR APPLES A WINDOW PULL OF FRESH PACKED APPLES AT i1 A BOX. Pewaukee, the apple with the solid white fleshll, sound to the core and a good cooker. Wagner, a crisp, Juicy, ,well-colored apple; good for the table. Rhode Island Greening, one of the old reliable apples; faumous In the eanternll tates; just ready to use no a; a remarkable pie apple. A few boxes of Canada Reds, Bald. wine and Grimes Golden. This special lot of apples, bought to sell at $1.65, and speolally prioed for Monday and Tuesday at A DOLLAR A BOX, A Vote for JIM RHOADE S Is a Vote For These Policies FIRST AND ALWAYS-A progressive business administration. SECOND-The consideration of every proposition which will promote the' interests of the city of Missoula. THIRD-The employment of Missoula union labor upon all city work and the inaugura tion of such enterprises in the way of public betterments as will afford as much oppor tunity as possible. FOURTH-The enforcement of the city's ordinances without fear or favor. FIFTH-The thorough discussion with the city's business men and taxpayers, of all im portant issues; in other words, the establishment of a citizens' advisory council, whose advice will always be considered in matters of municipal concern. To the carryng out of these lines of policy I pledge myself, in case I am elected. I hope every voter will cut out this declaration and paste it in his hat. He will find me, if I am elected, always ready to stand by every pledge made here. And my word is good. JAS. M. RHOADES Candidate for Mayor MRS. MOYLE FOUND DEAD IN ROOM DEATH OF SALTESE WOMAN IS THOUGHT TO HAVE RESULTED FROM FOUL PLAY. Mrs. Williamn IMoyle of S11lt.ne was found delad In her bedroom at I o'clock yesterday afternoon. Pete Peterso(In wIa the man who dllscovered the Ibody. 'There Is a strong sus )p!lon that Mrs. Moyle met her death through foil play. Her neck was puIi ple Ind, while no Investigation could I be made until the coroner arrived, It is thought that the discoloration. and marks on her neck were caused by human hands and that She met her death t hroughti strangulation. ,Mrs. 'MIyle hald recently applied for a divorce from liher husband. Pete'rson, the man who discovered the bodly, says that he went down to the IMoyle residence about 1 o'clock yesterdlay afternoon and rang the bell. 'io one inswered and he rapped on the door. ifeu till received ino re spilonse and then he tried the door. It was unlocked and he walked in. IhI c'tllted, blut there was no answer. 11l loedili in Mrs. AIoyle's hledrooln and snlw I'her lying on the floor near the bedI Ie, then rushed out and ilnotlfied the 'taltese authorities. The windows and doors in the houtse were unllockeltd. .t the rear of the house ia window had been 'broken out and ootiateps coull be traced In thle isnow to thei. front of the dwelling. M ri. I0~lyle was formerly Mrs. (le'rge 'woliott of Missoula and has bieiin liairrled to Willlliam Moyle for I lbout i year. She recently applied I'or (ll\vrce and since that timne )ias 'exproedl aI feri' that her ihushand wolld murder her. Nile recently told Ia Mltse nilll that she was afraid to Ilve alone, as her husband could 'coilte In and murder her and then get away without aniyone knowing about it. Peoplo who saw her Maturday esa that sit useemed to be in the best of healtlth. elhe went to a dance Rat urday t llht and was escorted hlome hIy in ,4ultiese mlicn about 5 o'clock in tllhe iorninlw. croner Marsh and 4hiherilff Kelley were notified over tile tllphlone and left on the Olymplan Iast evening for the scene of the trag. ody. Mrs, Moyloe was in IMissoula a few days ago to see about the burial of her former husband, who died In WariL'm IlrlingsL, .ie appeared to be In good health and splrits. Mr. Moyli Is thlought to be In Butte, where he is Interested In a brokerage St. Pafriek's Day aill. Dance to be given .Monday night, March 18, at llite tiall, under the aus plces of Ladles' Atitliawy of A. O. H. Tickets $1, adise sv'ltutut aeoont 1 oesdts. Everybodl lnvitvtd. _ Professor IsehM~ .: anb : lessons, 501 I", Ui, lall f1 o1 o M'CORMICK IS BACK FROM_ WOODLIN DEPUTY GAME WARDEN RE PORTS A SUCCESSFUL TRIP WITH CAR OF ELK. Deputly Htate (;lu Warden Mc Cormick returned to Missoula yester day from Woodlin. u here he superin tended the unloading of the 42 elk shilpped here from the Yellowstone national park. Speaking of the trip, Mr. McC(ormlik aid: "It was an absolute success In every way and it dlemolloatrittos conclusively that the elk can In( transported by railwuy on through trains and be brought to their destination in good condition. The railway comllluny de layed us nine liurs, but at that we only lost twig sinill ehlvesn out of tlhe 42 head in the (ar. If ae had arrived onl schedule time, we would not have lost an animal. The unloading was ac colmnpllished in less thuan three-quarters of an hour. We did it at night when there wasn't a chalnce for a crowd to gather. We had absolutely no trouble. A couple of cows refuse:d to come out from the car for a ahile, but they finally becume tr.etuble. It s'nows that it war the crowds that made the unloading so difficult before, We em ployed the same methods used at Ham IIton anti they were absolutely suc cessful." Card of Thanks V'We desire .oo thank our many frieonds for their many kindnesses shown dur lng the recenllt Illness and death of our dear baby. We especially wish to thank Mrs. Spaulding, Mrs. Snyder and Mrs. WllIcy., also the Rebekahll for their beautiful floral offerings anid the Sociallst local for their at tendance at services. A. P'. LIEDTKE. MARUIERITE LIEDTKE. MI OOD $11.00 Buys TwoeCord Load $0.00 Buys One.Cord Lead Beat green-out and seasofie4 wood Get our price on oar lots. We Are Headquarters for Sawed Weed Groereis, Hay Grain, 'lour, Ste. L. A. Mix Sons 900 South Third Street We ell ' All Dairy Products NMIIoULA ORIAMERY Sea), 46 ,i* ' woNUii t, I .: ..r r.On JAMES L. WALLACE FOR MAYOR Stands for a Safe, Clean-Cut, Progressive Business Administration Read the platform and policies on page 2. It is "straight goods" and no "hot air." Not a promise in it but what will be fulfilled. Better to be short on promise and long on fulfill ment, than to be long on promises and short on results. I- II White Leghorn Eggs for Hatchlng -ALSO Day-Old Chicks I will have chicks every week until ,July 1, in any quantity from 25 to 210. Each ............................. 154 tggs from pen No. 1, setting..$S.60 Eggs from, general pen, headed by cockerels scoring 92% to 94%. per setting ..........................1... ....15 Per 100 ...................... 00 I can furnish lots of 100, laid on the day order is received. Tylar B. Thompson Missoula, Montana, T AGAIN This spring wee wish to announce that we are prepared to handle all nall order businosi from out-of. town. Our bread boxes are the best and shipments guaranteed in good condition, Write us or phone your order. Fresh Iread Daily. ROYAL BAKERY 8 io:$OUTH HIQO N$ AV ,. .BiI 415 -Phones- Ind. 1lI M11p3UJ41 0AJI ADS I NIGiQUIQJ RW1IU$LTS stagouxtan ·· 'r~sa Never Etaks advantage of the ln experlence of new housekeepers by glvinl them poor outs or light weight. We treat all our patror,s honorably and In the same cour~te ous manner, and out them the best of the kind that they ask for1- and when we do that, you oeuldn't find better for love or money. UNION MARKET eUl 117 Ind. 481 AUST 'I' fHAT SHOP Rlopened Wet MWten Str t OLD HA MADE NEW I,. W. wAUSTI Prertitll Mat.r.