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IN HRtM .'N.
Mae Premltd iLoa.
t toe t the Now t.thd
Purnish Lumber and Every
ntoluding Plans.
Blankenship and his men
a leave for Hamilton, but
be p.enty of a.tlviity in the
k just the same. " The en
ln to be plowed up, her
raped and roiled. Last yeier
old was in lind shape and it
itot have taken much to in
1he speed of the Infield. (are
tition will ,e pat i to the
this year ind tihle'e will he
In as good shale aa possible.
II hI (towed in the outf ieldt
is tatoutht that i fast fhlid
tqq'tured within at short tim(,
" annolunced ) ,ator'day that
dstand wolatl he rehullt en
,James Rhoads hias told the
figer that' he will fo t It,,
t e construction of the new
Lumber and all will i),a "r
y Mr. Rhoades and the phnais
be prepared under his di
and submlltted to the local
ment. The .lissouli ball park
t take a back seat In com
with any field on the circuit.
a the Itmproveihents have
nimpeted.
SSUFFER
£ OFFICERS SAY LOSSES
SE HEAVY IN EAST.
ERN MONTANA.
_ r
S Malrch 26.--tltet Deputy ,
Officer Jacob I. Dehart of h
its returned today from spy- 1
ya in southern and ieast'rll
and he tells of i very e
cundition there among the
iwhom he says will sufferev
losise ,a a result of the .severe
. here has been snow on the
t onstantly since November, he
accordlng to a special to the
and the stockmen have had to
heavily all winter until many
exhausted their supply and are
le to securte lore. Thoset who
raise the price have to Ipay as i
as $17.50 for hay inlnd are hav
:trouhle in finding hay at thatll
He says lie heard sille declare
loss would run as high as onet
ery three. head of stock. He
the disaster will be most marked
the Dakota Iboundary and along`,
east end of the Wyoming
ry. Stock south of the Yellow
She says, Is in fairly good crn
_-. Officer DeHart's observations
orthy of special cllsideratlon as
for yeairs engllgeid Ii the stock
and thoroughly understands
ons in all the eastern haulf of
e.
SYSTEM
IS BADLY NEEOEI
lued l'r no Page One )
the race with hila hbatlk i('
his platform."
Borah denied that primaLries
rganised parties. He on.,i
-SiN old caucus system in pol
p'onounced It the mlst "vi
eai iserous, subtle, venal in
.ever Pttprated to the dtlril- i
t, IA Peolle.
Q.me and go, Ilve ald die,"
-* Borhl. "They- anl with
and they go inli(n I hey
ve a nlmussa. Thy II\'v so
..thy offer to deal with a Jninllltn
and human w"lfarl,-, they
It ttbandonlull all principile i llii
loe, and they.v full into ahi cln
#r position anld powr anld n
;lone in the personal rows of
ous ieaders."
WON AND LOST.
evolpor, MIlr'h 22 .-The Nmew
Nationals (third teatn), .,; To.
. O.
`t aun Antonsi-- ('hiago Amilri
5i (second tearo), 12; uitk An
dio. 4.
At Jackson, Miss --Dltroit A,inerl
s, It; Jackson. 4.
,HOMERUN COUNTS FOR TWO.
vestoln. Texas, March 2,.--T'he
d division tleam of the Phildel
nmnericans, with the pitching staff
AlfS regulars, defeated Galveston. 2
1.5today. Ierytluk's honierun in the
inign accounted for both runs.
SAS ALL...
'trV Orieans-PJhllidelphlia Amer
; New OrleanlL, 4.
t iS-ew York Americalp, 8;
hip , mIaph *#.4 5l'Xmkly"
MATCH WITH 8ANSOM 'AND TWO
PRELIMINA'RIES WILL
SE ALL.
IA Strittly Wrestling Exhibition With
No Boxing-Tom Is Down to Weight
and in Great Condition-Expeots to
Work to Throw Coeur d'Aleno Man.
Toni So?1ntaKg, the little wrbatter whio
hlw g.'t.wn Into favor with the fnlll
of thul g.mnle In the arcldlen city onl
acconllt of his clean and rinllning
work on the mint, as well as through
hisl most pleasing personality, ias been
spending neveral husy days preparing
for the wrestling exhibition which is
planned for next Fridayi" evening lt
Ite Hint 'uoti theater. The slccess or
the two exhlhltions alt lort Miesouli,
given utnder his dlrection. were marked,
boxing tie well is wretling niatchen
having been iIllrohduced there. The
exhibition l'ridlv evening, howi\'v r,
iwill lie i stralligt wre.itling prilpopl
tion. .Mr. Sontag thiniking it hInt to
vary the prograim oni this a'ccu:louil
when he expewcts ti meet I malt artist
in the personll of InsonIt of the Coetur
:d'Alene district, who sIll give him it
l'un for his monley. Toni don't think
thllt the lmuch-tlalked-of (',eur id'Alin.i
mlan (nn throw him. but he Is satln
1fled that he will halve to work to noldi
Shis own in the coming match, where
slS he has handled this other oplionents
here with the greatest of erse
Sontag had hIlls program all comn
plhted last evening. There will he,the
!main bout and two preliminaries., Ftit)i
of the latt'er will be splendid. Earl
Crollrrg alnd Phil Jargon, the first
named well known here, and the latter
a wrestler with a rep from Pocatello,
slre marked up for the lightweight go.
This swill undollbtedlly be a hullmmer of
a match fr it is understood ihat the
men are evenly Inlathed and both are
in the beet of condition. Their work
will probabhly be of the lightning order.
The ieltvywelght mixing will be done
by Pederson and Wingfield, the latter
thel champioinin his class of lort Mis
nsula. All or the bolts will he to the
finish.
iontag himnself is in the pink of con
ditllon. lite i right down to weight for
his mat('h, 150 pounds, land at this
weight lie seens more fit than any
time since he came to Missoula. He
expressed himselif as helng well sati.
fled with the arrangienlnlts for the ex
Iilbltlon, as he felt sure he had pri
vlided the, men to give the people an
entertaining evening.l Tickets will be
sale today at Kelley's, Gleason Broth
prs. the lHarnol biox office andll other
phelns.
OIlUO-TIME REMEDY
DARKENS THE HAIR
Give. Color, Lustre to Faded and Gray
Hair-Dandruff Quickly Removed.
I,'r generationsII .itge aoti l ll| ur
have been iinId oi.rr tlir n11t1d s.calpI
troiilits. A lmosit everlunet kniows the
value Iof uth Ia tiliulii.Iuon fuor .keep
illng tle hair i good teven culor, for
iringll daitldrtif, itchinlllg tinip nid
frilliln halr, iuld for ~i.promoti. g lthe
growth of thei huir. Year' ago the 1
olly tay to get a Italllr 'r'ion of tIhli
kind wi1u1 o Iimkule It In the holn.,
Swhich w.%i a tIIoublutllnle ind lout ul
ways I r Nowalitysl, allost
ally Ip-tol-dlle druggis'lllllt rn "upply
his 11 i.runt with aI ready -to-use prod- I
1 ) k.l, iruh i lly ptil(lured i 1n pI rfeclly
S l |ipped 1 iloatli e.'
.111 Idh I.- pr lratillon of this sort in
'iVyeth's Huag. id $ ulphliir Iluir ROn
eoly, iil whlilh iage aind Sulphulr are
Sembinell d withi otIher valuablo reet- I
-dies fl r i (,' lp It'11lt , .iI llit thini, WeakIc
halr CItIhlt is llllil ts c~lori r c1" 'oming
Souti, A.'lt ui, nli thli rIeilldy for at
few di lys, you i \ atll ii i the color
gralr ttily Clutiug . aC.k, your n..lp will
lfeel better, tihl. ili 'Irui' tl will HuItII be I
lgon , uInd Il In ' H LIaII ii Il wolti'sB timl
Ii therel will be it wonlldl'erul dilliwinci i n In
Don't n\i egi I t. your hair if I t is x ll
n i dandrufflT, .oring its color or .1 n ¢i'
inlg 1111. ct at fifty tre t hittl of 1
druggist, and sue wihat a f-w days
ri; l uI lt will dio for o11. All drug
lsili ..l1 It, iiunder guaranloi. that the
ll ie lll'' ill )be I i'uI de if Ithe r(em' rdy
is 1o.1 I wa;l'ly ans rtepres. ntedlld
pell lih agents, Mlimouloa I)rulg (Co.
ARIZONA DOESN'T WANT
EX-GOVERNOR AS JUDGE
Phoenixl Ari, i. 1'ci'- l;. Thm Art
u joataa legislaturel, by atll (l) whelmhi I
1. majority, adiopted resiolutioei today)
ff iprotestin against lte p tlroposed ap
pll it rin ent of forlter t' errit. I.lai (.ov
le ernlur Ilttiuard E. Hloan to hie Unltedul
States judge for the disll'ict of Art
'1OtIt. Mr. Slhun was -igj rously lt
turkted in slpeech(t made b}ly dil.lc t. Iel ineIL I
rmembera.-Selnatlrs Jollt T''. iiIgllis, of
. Tucson lcharging that ilutan wa4 sup
lsorted by the railrouds, "whoi hoped,
1; through him, to test the' rights of thei
a.lte railroad trolnihitnii,.
S aW r tor . pub.beil, repubilca i, of
SAp.4lhe pqunty, dIlnlnded Rloun, and
ol.rQtellaed the resolutions as intend
g1ed Lo "a in- 'loan's edaracter" and
de d' d the adoption of tlhe resolution
1!7a1ipi.lt ay partisan oct.
NorTHERN PACIP.C 8UPERIN*
XtN NT ATTENDS ENGI.
NtRMS' MRETING.
Superintendent A. M. H4urt of the
Northern- Parflre returned yesterday
afternoon* rom his eastern trip. Mr.
lolnt atetlcded (4he meetltng of the
Amlerltcaln*tltlway Engineers' society,
which ftedthly hold its annual meet.
Irg in (thlaago. Mr. Durt said that
he (irYtoyd the trip immensely, but
thalt hit. pleFture would ,have been
greatly Increased, could the weather
oendltions have been altered, "We
made a visit to'the steel mills at (tary,
Ind.," said Mr. Burt. "and I never ex
pert to run Into any worse weather
than we had on that day. It was a
regular Dakata bli.asrd. The weather
was anythilng but good during our en
tire stay in the east. I met several
Missoula ,people during my brief stay
in Chicago. . R. lunk. .1. R. Tonle
and Senator tonlatn were all in the
Windy city at tie nime thmu and We
had quite it reunion, Ilusinesa condi
tions seem to be improving. People
are getting a little more confidence
and I think as n whole there ts a
great change for tlih hetter."
Chlitf t'lrk W. II. I1llnnly returned
yesterday fro'in Livingston wlth Super
Intendent Ilurt. Mr. H4untey left
Monday evening, on No i aind joined
\fItr irt at .lvingstmn.
Siuperlntend,'ut l (. 11 .\arshall of
the Pligetl .luntil t liit yesterdauy in
l:lutte on colntpilny bustl.ers.
Rinadmlast.r C. iL. Whitling of the
rtgrt quond left yesterday afternoon
for ta.st Pl'rtal He was taccompanled
by his wife.
Supervisor Flemling of the Northern
Pacltifc and wife returned yesterday
on No 3 from it visit In Minncapolns.
SCHOOL BONDS SALE
IS HELD UP
DENVER FIRM SAYS MUSSELL
SHELL SCHOOL DISTRICT HAS
MADE A CONTRACT.
Helena. March 26.--($l erial.)-Ar
sale of bunds in the sum of $18,000, ad
vertised to have been held this aft
ernoonl at 4 o'clock by the school board r
of Ryegate, Mlusselshell county, was
stopped by telegraph todtay when Keel
er Brothers, it Dcnver bond house, se
cured frotmh Federal Judge Oeorge M.
Bourquin a temporary restraining or
der.
The firm chlargres that its bid for bte
PUer.lihase lf an L1$.,000 hond nssue was
accepelted by the hoard on Fercuary 19.
but that then the board refused to
carry clut its agreemetnllt :end proceedeeltt
to re-uadvertslle for bids for the sale
of atn issue oif Wndsl different in char
actor fromn the issue it agreed to sell
it le piulntlY.
The court Is akted to conpelll thel
school board to carry out its orhiginal
agreement. The defendants hi the ac
lion are the trustees of district No. 6,
Munsselll county. Thomas Dorsey, V.
J. nmitv1 and F. K. Fisk. Clerk Harry
Rlenton and County Treasurer A. A.
Morrie.
A BUICK CAR STOOD THE TEST. I
It hats Ieen generally conceded by
111 odd thousand alutoumohile users
that the FIluick is the onle ibest buy
and now coes IllUncle Buam's expert's
opinio 111as it eleartled in the Detroit
Free Press. tunday, Januitary 21, 1912: :
"(in last rlbltlltu)', aI Inolell "in"
Itullek minocl r car woas dellivered t o
('olonel iSpencer Cro lby, of the de
IlaIrtllent if o 'r at eeueashingtoingIi, to
he used by 11th ItnsprertIor If hIihtlllings
and grollllsen il his dally trips.
"The- goverm enie Inviteld nil the
lad leg miianufui-turers oif ears pricedl
from $90 tol, $2,000 to sulbmnit a car
in ('omltettt) h t (,to i con)iniii ttee of ex
pirit mei-ha tiil men. These ears
were driven to the desilnated place
and the drivers dismiessed. The cx
ii tnlatlotll \was thetn nmade- with no
representativte of ally of the cars
present. Motor for motor., shabaft for
shaft, bolt for -bolt. the cars werei
cmeplriel, tiste.,l and appraised iby
IIhe glovern'ellnlet exports. (ie by ione
the ca.rs were elllninated until but
oneo remailned. It was the Buick. Of
tli, IT or 18 cars submitted the B31oak
ttll oltstrcntrtton upon which tile ex
aclnititon wacl btased. Trhis ca-r was
atl mce teIurned oiver to the govern
li-nt ifor inmll-dtiate service."
I:\very IIlek is t RBuick through iund
thrllough; every part of whh'll,. except
tlrceM, lI1en1m ee lliftltent r.ld glnlithln
systlinm Is riculle In thes giant Buick
Stat , ich- rI- uacilty relfgns siupreme,
hIibclrl tc perfect c!onretructlln and
l ie ',' i--<- thai.
GRANEY TO REPItRRR.
.,en I'riinnrelcno, March S6.-IEddle
titlle y, promiclltor of the bputt, W .as ,'
hlicted tltoday as the refarle for the -
c round tight Friday nlght bes
,Johel,,,y aic'yne and lae'# le Btt#
- he local Iliglhtweights. 'Jkii qulttQlp
.ur ti., te:ird mun in th0 wln(tItblol.
I e'lced to eause trotuble andl wil ep
- IIIslte.d that the managler . &rat
,mncte. they lmmediately reqleMt.eb
i. t i itfic-lute- ,
Notice to CpnterS ,
liJds will be recelled br
ligned, cilty clebk, ot f
Stuna, up to 10 a, m., A ;
the furnishing d th > andii
f Iriod of three (8) 'r '
Sigllhts along WMI.lw~ #ae
Sthe plans and li l-1
Stile offia or
City hail, March-Ss -
Unj
TWO x`11101, 1156, IN CEý 1Ps 9 ,+
Srmann4
From Left to Rit Mari Kettlewell, Dorothy $4p , ag
Carl Gliok, Maude Moul Rhoades; Allh. Mletheworae, Madgl
M Alo, 'i` FIVE SALLINGS"
SMadison Mortoin)
Remembuer; ji Date-Friday, March 29
tai ITY HALL
Tlikcet~-0o and 7oc. 4NO on Sale at the Nonpqrl"t.
OFFiCIAL BALLOTIA
This baillt shtould bhe marked with
n "X'", In the sqNltire 'before the name
of cclhll porilln or ntlntldate for whom
the elector Intendl to vote. In case
of a ballot contalllining any question to
be submitted to a vlto of the people
by marking an "X" ill the square be
fore the answer of the questlon sub
mitted. The elector may write In the
blank spaces, or paste over another
name, the name of any person for
whom he wishes to vote, and vote for
such person by marking an "X" In the
square before such name.
FOR MAYOR.
(Vote for Otne)
,I JAMES M. IttIOADJES
0 .IAMl.t$ I. W AIAACE.
o .. .......................... ..................
FOR COUNCILMEN.
(Vote for Two)
O ItUI'US \VW. AN(;IeVINS
O WILLIAM If. IIOUNTON
C1
Q JI.)iN W. itt l(l.Y
ill titLt.I "All " I rlllllll it'(' t'r\'jtl itg ofur
the tleitl;tthm ti ll tl (Iolllg of" a
tloons, Jltl' u1u1 s, (I'lulrOollls alld Other "
Places \Where Vilous. Hlpriltnou5 or
Malt litluors art.' lotl or Ilxliseised,
lt'twteu tilt Itours of (Ine iii'CtilOk a.
I,.: lltl six o' 'lht'k u. In. ol, tile Iottle
tDuy', ulnd frlim, Otlt )'Cltock a. It. to
(n ot ('l'lik ,. inll. 'itt .llldayi.s, In the
I lty of .~MtHiLiiI.i, Mliontlanl, midlu Pre
serillnlg IP'naltles for Its Vlolatioll,"
and beiltg i4 irtlllUatn(P rlepetllllng the
tordlllnec, iit' w ilo torue whlich riequrepl
sucll place's to clos t' ,ll(woien IIlt, ltmot
Iof 12 t'cho'k I dlulllgl flllo d ; a u't'lqLk
i. iII. of tilt' fItluW llg Iltturllllln;i :Id o '
Sundays.
SA(.IAINI'I' AN tt)ItINANCII
1ntlitled "Ali ()'tdiuitet I'rt idtig for
thil lte Itaulatio i o (:'llosinig of Sal -
loltis, iJturroouul., ('hibrooits ;aid Other
Platces Whelre Vllouts,. Spirlituou o
Molt iulorres lore thld or Dl11es1e4,
JBetween tlie lours of inr(' i'c'louck ,'
In. iand Nil . u'loh k it. In. Iof ti' h ali1
Dauy, an.ld froill (illt 'Clock i Int. - O
One o'(.anek pI. it on Sunlltys. In the
City of Missoulu, Molantn, and PreI
scrhling Penalties for Its ViolauoIe.i
anrd being all ordilalln4e re.paling .i.
9rdilllncnot Iw n folic whitch rieqbut
such ptlacei's tl, lotte betwooeel tile 114
of 12 o'clock llidligilit allli 6 OW'
a. III. of the f.tIwllwg ilmornllng and -o
iSutndays.
Attelst: '1T0'). A. MURtPlY,
City (herk.
S Notice to itlders,
Notilctn is ht,''iby glvc u I talt pled
lbids will h iw ric i Sved, Lit liiu olflpta o
Ollbert J. Htylfrn, drluty county tou t
tortwey, 'Il the eoiurth tone, Ml.cki ia
e Mlsoult i county, Montanta, o or betOl'
1 o'clouk nooln of Motlld.y, APILt
alii2, foP ttel c'OnlUtl'uotoll .' a 0
SOUsO In tllalho dslotrict N.t, 4i , MI
ota or inty,o. Muntxat, aecordlel
nt s $* n ansad spetif licatlont tot.
P rtool bulldnng now in saidt ot. , d
'the' Uqndtarllgted. aid pilalns aiI, -
u pUieatJons may 'be inspetLd bye p Ilt
o tIvel bidders at any tihe at lily.I
All blds 'shall be acoo o.tnanpd #l'i
ertrfied chuek for $50.00, pay" "t4
Ahpol dtstrlot N. 4, Mioul ,i 'lt
[il.taidt, to be. orfeited to the
Iil.ui th . hid he acc.epted ant 1 t4 .
n ill t0o tmplt rthorowht,, t ai
lllt 6 ou1t., Montana, n r bef ' +
.'+lp. i, foomr th o tst rc igoo t
* I nd~erta"t0eod. ,d ,tty a
SY pitleat om
e b t
HARAIS TNE i
c'. A. HAHNUItI Manager.
One NiO.O,
Saturday, Mlirh :t
MRS. LESLIE
CARTER
Seoond Seaeon
In Her Greatest Succes Since
"ZAZA" and "DU BARRY"
Management John Cort.
'"Two Women"
Iy Ilobert Hughes
As Presented at the Lyric Theater,
New York.
MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION
COMPANY OF FIFTY
I'rit('.s-$2.00, $1..0, $1.00, GOc.
ieatt thul-Fridiay. 10:00 a. in.
NEW BUOU
Program Tonight and Thursday.
"A MATTER OF BUSINESS" "
An intl.nsely almorblng drama true
to everyday IIfe.
"THE LOST KITTEN"
Ylor lUaghing purposes, only; don't
mlas It.
"POSITIVE PROOF"
A dramatic subject of great plot
strength and power.
NEW YORK STREET CLEANING
Modern methods of eleaning a great
city: or Interest to every community
New Music New Songs
E GRAND
Entire Change Every Dai
WAIST RN MOVINAANA
I;ATIONAL BANI
NMissula, Molunms,
UMITpD STATES DEOQitAlYV.
CAPI, ' ................... - ,e- 0
TURPLUS FUND.........,~$50
. WOLF....................Pretldelt
N C. IIIIOU..Vice Presideat
T. RYMAN...............Casuher
Directors.
.ItJob A. Morony, M. A. PIsk, 0.
A I(IIf, John C. Lehsou, J. H.
* god, T, Ht. T. Ri rp.A .
Ar NSSA. SANKIINSZ IIUSI
NESS TRANSACTED.
"u1ru and rPOfflloroe ' .
J , M:. g TH ..........:.,: ....... Ii i'
S A, R: JACOBS..........:.....;.:.....Cashler
*l C. GIDDINOB.......... Ast. Cahler
. -JCeitii, . J. Coffeo, I. H.
li4 0G. T. McCullough, F. J.
o3if% A. J b;V~s D.al ts ~S
pay ." s' po onc 'paer winL '
S.... bgs D pq" lts. .
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Is:
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Our mll.have constant .
colints a tsuonitsof
SP ,t P a l ;. ",4
.of K ottigf
delay. LýTnT N
ng and Interor Finish. Large fto for the
S Boi Sooks, Fruit...d App . Bou ,
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PICTURES
The King of The Ir
dare-deviltry known to cowboys are here given to the
public, many of them for the first time. See the
champion woman steer-threwer of the world, broncho
busting, bulld gging, 'iassof-g, tihe roundup, etc.,
things that will never be seen again. -See -" ak
Maist, the world's champion lassoer. See Tom Mii
bulldog a steer from an automobile.
ANOTHER EXTRAORDINARy FEATURE
How Motion Picetres
Are Made
A film that is in wide demand and of universal ja
terest. Millions are today wondering how moetin
pictures are made and this shows the complete opera
tion from building scenery to projecting the completed
pictures. Now don't miss it. Be one of the millions
that will learn just how, they are made.
Two unexcelled Biograph comedies, with a laugh~b p
every foot will acc.mpany this extraordinary programH
Heaps of Good Music.
Dconditions of ail-Follow the Trail
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