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Kmnapme t John Cort. Two Women" By Robert Hughes A4 P.wMud at the Lyrli Theater, New York. MAGNIIOCENT PRQDUCTION dOM.iANY OP FIFTY pt 1 a-3. , a.00 ., 1.50, 1.00, . Butt Gale--Priday, 10:00 a. m. c ISIS10 S KING OF THEM ALL Your Last Chanoe to See These - tatrsordintry Features "The Diamond S Ranch" Absolutely the greatest picture of its kind ever offered. The most thrllllng and spectacular feats of dare-deviltry known to cowboys are shown here. See the ohampion woman steer thrower of the world. Also several other champions. Don't fall to see this picture. Feature Extraordinary "flow Motion Pictures Are Made A film that Is In wide ldemand and of universal interest. Millions are today wondering how motion Dictures are made. This film shows alL The complete operation. Two Blograph 'Comedies -That were made for laughing pur poses only, accompany this ex traordinary program. ISIS-Don't Fail-Follow the Trail. NEW BIJOU PROGRAM TONIGHT "A MATTER OF BUSINESS" An intensely absorbing drama true to everyday life. "THE LOST KITTEN" For laughing purposes, only; don't miss it. "POSITIVE PROOF" A dramatic subject of great plot strength and power. NEW, YORK STREET CLEANING KMdern methods of cleaning a great city; of interest to every community New Music New Songs THE GRAND Elire Change Every Day .ederated Railway Trainmen of Missoula, Montaha Announce A Free Lecture on the , Labor Movement By MOTHER JONES The laboring man's friend-the best known labor speaker, n the United States. She will speak on labor conadi.is of the strike on the Harriman line. Her knowled ..iof e'labor movement Is unllimteited. BHall, Friday Evening .a ,t 4 o'Cleek S,: I ; ý ºl nvited to attend, _o f w...aa -:, rl. d " +, HARMIStN AND AOAMU AMAs W if t* Are you a lover of e" ti. y artistic ldesmnl It you arIh,' ' mits the two. plays which the' ty wtu dentq are offering toe, eventing. Hel is one amateur ance that d€je stand on Its nmeits ntoe. Don't go to the show tomoo JI you feel that it is your duty a. fr end of the university; this w be no oc eaSrph for martyrs. 4u Itf you are lookng for a truly eno le dramatic pe lrmance, attend till ole by all mesgs. The dress is have demonstrated thoralUgl that the two plays tonmorrow evenh will be pre sented as capably as half of the road shows that play in Missoula, and the fact that the price of a reserved seat il less than half the cost of a seat to most of the professlonally-presented plays that conle here makes the sit uation truly appealing. The grace and skill with which the student.actors handle their parts will surprise everyone who has ever at tended an amateur play. Therq Is not a bit of nakeshift in the whole per formance; the players all do their work artistically. Nothing the unl versity has ever done in the way of theatricals can compare with Friday's play. It is absolutely the best ever. Two plays and a series of folk dances will complete the program to morrow evening. Both of the plays are in one act, but they are of stf ficient length to permit a complica tion of plot and a development of In terest. The first is a fanciful, charm Ing little sentimental comedy,, "The Far-Away Princess." The lines them Sselves are delightful and there is no awkward 'constraint In the acting to take away 'a bit of the charm. The second is a farce of the broadest kind which Will keep any audieice howling with laughter from the first line to the last. As the title, "Lend Me Five hillilngs." suggests, the plot centers about a young man's need of a little money and the difficultles which he encounters In securing It The folk dances are all good and are danced gracefully and well by practically the same girls who presented the charm I ng campus dances last spring. All In all it is a splendid program and the chance of seeing some really 'high-class drama which it offers MIs Ssoula people should not be overlooked. There 'will be room for all who wish to go, and for one's own sake every one ought to be there. COLLIEGIE SU RAGIST' BIUSY. The men and women of the unl verslty who are Interested in the cause of woman's suffrage will meet this afternoon in Universaty hall to organize a suffrage club. There are a nnumber of real suffrage workers on the campus now and these people plan to organise an active club. It Is expected that the membership will include almost every student and fac ulty member in the Institution. RANGERS SENEFITED. District Forester p. A. llicox re turned home yesterday from' Dillon, where he attended thp meeting of t4t rangers of the Beaverhead natlono. forest. He was able to spend but ,halt a day with the rangers but stated that the men were having a good sesslor and that the meeting would prove very beneficial to all who attended. APPLY FOR CITIZNO&HIP. Petitions making application for cltisenshlp were received in the offlce of Clerk of the District Court Conlon yesterday from the following men: William H. Gorham, a native of Can ada; $. Saleiccloll and Antonlno Pepe, both natives of Italy. Children are much more likely to contract the contagious diseases when they have colds. Whooping cough, dlpththeria. scarlet fever and con sumption are diseases that are often contracted when' the child has a cold. That is why all medical authorlties say beware of colds. For the qu!ck cure of colds you will find nothing better than Chamberlain's Cough Remi edy. It can always be depended upon and is pleasant and sate to take. For sale by all dealers Colds Cause Headeahe. Laxative Bromo Quinine, the world wide cold and grip remedy removes .ause. Call for full name. Look for signature 1. W. rnova. So eonts. esttion o . form stoniiUal trouble, W t you keep some Dispelpiei l ehouse haidy? This bl eshsdg Wil digs anythingl'' ' eat Without the srlghteht, d and overueome sour, g*Ull i £1I9 mines after. " , Fll 04 Iet to y. you read th* pt prints on thde 0-eOnt = Ppe's Diapetsln. then you Will i.l, tee w ty it makes Indieetiotl, s,.stomach, heart burn and other dstrees to in five minutes, and, f at once such miseries as bel. ' of gas. eructa tions of sour, undlieted food, nausea. headaches, daislsl.0 constipation and other stomach dli re. rs. 'Some folks hWve tiled so long to fjnd rellet frop I lndigtion and dyspeplit or an outof-order' stomach With the common, evert.day cures advertised that they have about made up their minds that they have something else wrong, or believe theirs i a case' of nervousness, gastritis, catarrh of the stomach or eather. This, no doubt; Is a serious mistake. Your real trouble is what you eat does not digest: Instead, it ferments and sours, turns to acid, pas and stomach poison, which putrefy in the digestive tract and ntestines, and besides, poison the breath with nauseous odors. A hearty appetite, with thorough dl. gestion, and Without the slightest dis comfort or misery of the stomach, is waiting for you as soon as you decide to try Pope's Diapepsin. LOCAL IBEYlIE Spirella corsets Phone 180 red. Stenographer. Dawsws, Montahia k. ,M. 'H. White of 'Canton spent the day in Missoula. Marsh, the undertakes, Phone Stl. J. M. Price. Real estate and loans. William Mitchell of Ronal peit .l day In the city. Missoula Storage Co., C. R. Avery, Dr. Willard, osteopath, lat. Natl. ban., 'Mrs. Prank Conley of DDr Lodge is a guest in Missoula this week. Fresh roasted coffee daily. D. "& D., West Cedar. Mrs. L. H. Typer of DeBorgia i visiting and shopping in the city. Humane society. Call Dell ph6ab itl, red or black. L. R Meaning of Stevensville spent yesterday in Missoula on business. Hairdresing parlor. Miss Archer, 833 First National bank bldg. Bell I36. IL L. Perkins of Hamilton trans apted business in Missoula yesterday. Dr. J. Ltousqt Smith, osteopath, Ma sonic temple. Phone $18; res.. 688 red. A. L. Demers case in yesterday from Ariee to transact business in the city. Dr. Anna Jampes osteopath, Hilrtns block. Phone 834 bisok; roe., $53 red. Robert King came from his ra.chl near Florence yesterday to buy ptlup plies in Missoula. Roundup coal $8.50 a ton. M,'i. C. Smith, rooms 304-308 Montana Bldg. A daughter was born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Hoovyr at their home in Homevale addition. Money to loan op ranch and city property. H. H. Fisher, 118 B. Main St. Archibald McGill of a - wholesale nursery compeny located at Orenco, Oregon, is in Missoula this week on business. Missoula Employment Agency for experienced help. Phone 458. Mrs. Joseph Spooner, who has been quite ill at her home at 887 Woody street, is now convalescent and able to see her friends. SIee . . O. Chaney for Insurane In the Nprthwestern Mutual tife of Mil waukesI PFiorenoe hotel A. M. Walkor, a pioneer in Mon tana, called on trtends in Mtissloul& yesterday while on his way from Ania conda to poil.te In the Bitter Root valley. Ltump coal devred. 14.10. per tgn. Inquire lotel *hapsr. Mrs. M. P. Itloode and her daugh. ter, Mrs. Charle~sA. Drny, are vist* .nl friends In the city for a few days, having arrived hiere yesterdta from their home at Sialtese,. We duplicate broken lense and grind them here, Deming, optlUan, 120 Higglins avenue,. David Itrickson, contractor and builder, caught his ulnd In s plan Ins machine yesterday, afterangon and received an ugly out, but will prob ably not lose any flngers. Handy scratch psds and waitesr checks for sale at the Misopllan of lce., Mr. and Mrs. U. 8. Baton of Calem, O.hio, who have been during the winter months With Mrs. John BSlack or Corvalits, are now on tiely way east, taklns Mrs. C laok .with them hoplng ''In the Rich sand Fertile MImQp :Y We have a very op.' 1O'aore tract of uninproved 1944 , a ut thre nilee from the MIselon. reee . lion for $2,V3O'.on '.051 1, nice and level and "i :60 ~ o d`by the'lovernment 41W AM n;)l 6 ian la9t year prcdu6 efbqhelt of wh *tr to tWh acre (w *lb4# t ingatobn). Zf you want a Ohe plet Iool "tlsL over a# peo, ,,: W.NUAADi~cD sit hb scho, te for* the fi' noitlon contest "30 Wis invited. Thib cat made pioslb by In this line of ,wo ni the contest WI bl d medml, but al6;, t represent Vuisoul! hl elate declamatton o etI at the university meet. Last year the on eecond place in the and this year te of Mr. Ler the high a c ohanceo tohigh hpTdoti The boys "h toticiung hn d for, the l. and thdre Is no doubt b the lettion will trrr and almb inew the Ia 'f that is being dg. vetoped Il Wlass in public sperr - the pftjlan will be as follows: Violin and .pfo duet-Gladys Hoff man a .d bil 4Lyden. Sele-tloiE i, nm Webster-Burke A lle n . - + ,election -trin Hillie - Myrtle Parmalee ' Se.l.eiop frost Van Dyke-Helen Oc al ,solo-.pthel Hughes. selectioti f9tm Borah-Eugene Mta gevlne. . Selectlon if in' Shakespoare-Davld Bobertts electlotn hrn tDhepherdson-Thonmas Denny. Piano .elo-Alloo Hardenburgh. that the "af' climate may aid In her reia'yr om a severe Itlneseu Mrs. Ui"s rieafit talned the travelers, Vyster, a at" e home in this, citl. Marthng lintkss were issued here yesterdai.'o~ttie following: Fred 3. Leek of Athlae0n and Blanche Beatrice Bl ,aet 1t. Bgis; Hugh Ftories and Dr,: · i j npbell of Butte is visitlang J. .. P. Aylen at the Northern ,Pli hospital. When the. ois was closed last evening te eregister of the coun t.y showed'a' teOs' list of 6,83 voters. The g retl. l been heavy dur the past few U there having been an a.ifSge oft g t 200 a day.. A. Ritin's Lake and Jeffer son DWlvby.r abilb at Link's. ,Mr. .nd Mre, 0. B. Dinehart are in Missoula fir tWo weeks visiting their son and dguaghl l M, and Mrs. Har vey pelt, whil.;lot 'their way home to Slaiton. Mien., :fter an extendod vilt 'lb doUthern !a.irnll. S. W. Hudson. lro piactor. B. & A. buldflg. Any disease; examination tree. Russell Kilborne of Philadelphia, who has meen for several months em ployed In the Northern Pacifle rAll way offices at Spokalle, Is in Missoule taking medical treatment in the Northern Pacifti hob ltal. Broken lenses dul aited without a prescription. Newtox H. Schwelker, optical spel1allt, 201.-0O Montana blk. John ..gle of Rosanont. 'Mont., made application yeeteray for home stead -ehtry on 80s acre in the north half of the northeest quarter of sec tion 14, township 1 notth, range 2S west. Iltry was suspended. HISNING P1A BURNS AT N. P. COIl DOCKS The building contaitilag the pumping plat for the coal dookaa$t the east end of the Northern P4itlo yards, op posite the machine shops, was gutted by A fire which broke out at 2:15 o'clock this morning. The machinery is operated by an electtle motor and there was n, I trte lntbabutldlng. the origin of the blase betag 4 unknown. Men from the shops sWtrtn a line of hose and had the blase under cpntrol and practically extinguished before the fire department arrived, ts assistance not belng needed. Th flames were shooting from the bua.ill , at a merry rite almost as soon As j red and for a few minutes the idoeks were thtsstened.. Whistld 'of the yard en gineA and the shops sthi6fA the warn Ing vocifolerously. MHE Whenl word, suclt a. lWL.s received yesterday from DawIon eUi4Iry, Isl to the effeot that the rgoad herr are yet impassible, exept for slis, one pan not help but feel ftl- or th pircumstances which' bt'lulght him to Missoula to live. Thele are;I the reac orda of yesterday. Maximum .............................. aM inimum ........,,.,,I.., .............$B At 6 4, n. Therniomotor '.... ....... ; 9,, Barometer ........ .......;:....$;.60 At p. n' Thermometer ............ ........... aoietor ............ ;..,,,..... .64 6itltwest wind, *W+l9H LU `HilJAo@H # ~efvjqlswill be lý4i -a Bwsdi h t ent 'a·~· ' r l its lw , n (e uny gt rl a id " ` has been given to Vtyl for the growi os d have been made to 0cra nm. more-to thi foot tsha. i iý lMa.. t r. ing the proper suppor the netep, thehl biilt fror ~serl h atdd , these Oxfords and p h these w qualitie, will ease soula's best dressed youi g ladies. Don't overlook the real small folks. Our assortitnn is `little strap .ippei', tan patent and gunmetal, is larger than ever. White button shoes, from s" size 4 to 'young lady sizes 6, all low heels ........$ to 8 Speeial Numbers In BUTTON -BOOTS A4* .* button white Nu buck boot in a snappy, clean, At these prices you can select dainty sprif Rtoot new spring last, medium wear direct from the shoe style centers of the vamp, demi-slant top, welt country in all leathers-Nu buOk, suede, tans, sole; a boot easily kept clean; gunmetals, patents, French, kid, dull kid, velvets all sizes in widths AA to D. and cravanettes--in a variety of styles, as colon Sis a secial ial pumps, city pumps, one, two and three-strap 3. T0 white cia l umps; two, three and four-button Oxfords; white Sea Island lucher effect Oxfords, in both heavy walking Duck boot in a 13-button weight soles and the flexible hand-turned. Sizes height; very serviceable, with 2/-8; AA-E. , . ;. s 4 a heavy sole; most satisfac tory for an early spring and . .. s S OXIrs summer boot. spring andS LA S OXFO DS s kW -1TYL5S-AIL.L L EATHAft S I Midn'a Silk Sox, 5 . Summer Sllk Hosiery Otr new heavy stock direct from the large hosiery house of Lord & Taylor, New York, is on the floor ready for your inspection. We order special colors to match dresses and suits at no advance in price. $2.00 Lord & Taylor's guaranteed silk hosiery, No. 106, in every shade, all silk; very heavy all silk garter top; all silk double heel, sole And toe; the best silk hose in America at any price. $1.25 Lord & Taylor's No, 251 reinforced silk hose with extra heavy double lisle thread garter top, double lisle thread heel, sole and toe; black, white, tan, pink, hello, sky, purple, bronze. 50C An exceedingly good value in a silk hose with a reinforced garter top and foot in black, white, tah, pink, blue, pavy, hello. 25C One number in a black silk boot hose at this one special price.' The new "Chiffon Lisle" hose at. 3c, the kind you read the papers'thrbugh. An elegant line of men's silk sbx, inall colors; "Onyx;" pair ....................................50 MAPE & MAPES WILL APPOINT COMMISSION. Washington, March 27.-The senate fluance committee agreed today to recommend favorably the Gronna reso lution for the appointment of a com msalion to investigate operations of co. operative land mortgage banks and co operative rural owedit unions of other countries. A limit of one year was placed tn the life of the commllpsgl.n which Will 'be limited -to 'three members. The Japanese make vegetable lasln glals from ali varletjel of seaweed, ' · 6v' ! POLMATIER s81ITERS AaAIN, Stevensville, March 87.--(peo.aid) The "Polt~atler Sistere," who delighted a erly levte eaudience here last year with ther beautiful hnuieo, will Appear In Palilde' hall .rlday, Maras II. The people here are, no doubt, ~1ld of the opportunity tO hear theae talented musiolranse aslt and will fill the house to overflowing. Many Euffirere;', from rheuatterm have Wen siwpv'ae4 and d.llIitd with the promtpt rettll iatorded by applying Chainbeiiain's Ufnlhnent, Not ons ease of rh·waanoclm tn. ten requliee *ay mnternt-tiwtmn.pt wi1~,ve%, 9Ihbu Mnp tn a t' r. for, We' WWI A4 a PIe4 ! tb',~tkere. I , da e eWý ' t hat ulmell s ', tat sri You Judge a tpan not by .hat'' be promises to do, but by wlt$t he ,h , done. That ls the only rt, tt., Chaberllan's Cough Remedy. i3u4g4W this standard ha4 no superlor. .ep everywhere speak o it it ti hls terms of praise.. For se by all, i ' eae, 4 iches, pu oa, ; Ihgour, hr a t Drastic phyejc~ wken. the # gentlyaia4 1 rNT00!4l r Ki~u ~brlpi w' ,! ap1 p~ I$4a Oio a H~t4IR