Newspaper Page Text
:`ixt · thtllpat aI :a tb h e bol of bh. 'WSek completed by P ;er a l oti b(dA3) 7. Interted lm the ti. $ twet rmembels ohie AILlp MA, alh find t4 ebe heert ,ji o 40! bs blt gt t and a Ia Iot of.the .etW .. Ma~~~b th rut eal't .of4bs e1 1aeievbt1 g,4e71A, ty Ulrck *Ipth a°º beaa s of O t.U 5I WJla. daUonb~ioub Irib~laon d a.d 'the bright*" 5 a t* .l(o .a ed Vthb the been.nneetpe .kf.othe ,al lef anM th a a'aoemae nh askddpricenearii s kr a td-1.81." loen, at' thi. hiher ric tlrr has beenl,.so: steep..~ the mar. ket'nit he hs toalZIZj beptns.' REST ' .Dg miter, .M.a1 :- .4 a number of garsong ,..ari J f.tbpYr views and opglitons oan thq pp ay closing ques tido I wgtild, illib to express the edptkments ofa:,. worklngman on this prdposltlon. Oft course, It is well enough to state Ihit affect aliqtuor or beer has on a mtkls.o.lntittstlon, but what. has that to 4 with the Aun.!&X ordinance? are aN aware 3o the fact that mat do, and will le. liquor or. beer: thai they go and resort to places of tltor, d rt th. .woikk nen living S.par opt MIsia lah desira to re. sort toi the saloon on a Sunday after abel, I believe they should be allowed to.o so," and if thies are denied this rto , theq no doubt will go to other town wer the6' will not be de ntee ft: . eaurse;, the wealthy or well-to-do =a4,0 "r.his eol wherh.be an bpend .uti afternooa ,where o can play 4U h tqato a" d fIlh he desires it. illo , s htie hons width all its Alf~ap s 1eals11 'wheri he can as k; , t a.trsi working. mang Wh' h a wor dd i al eW h he la*tR't stlrdi a' home, he oen't' belong to :the dli@,* andodnsefuently, itf he dealree to' play' a ame of cards or talQe a;dinlak, he must go to a saloon to ' 64 ed 'PILiTn, wily dolly him this rgt on- the affetldon of the onlyi d thAthbe tib at lelsite? . bu ae: net deeplis with, a theory, bu c i. eb tion. 4'N rkltnumnM from neayq vlllethes, comalin.to town 4aun. ad deE tls right, ail irf M~fIrsoCul Wt give it- to "thetR the surround. "ng; cIiqes will, and the outcome is, th i tLa ,area. his desire.. snd, Vs-. solh's hotel men, sajoon muen, mer cheats :mnd* other bsines- mene. lee the trdib. And again, there will be' j a mutbho liqor, . beet con. 26.twhetber th.. a·i~b are:,.olohed u.a..attrnoon or not, so you are no+ 5 tit.t. anyone by oajlo 'thl t are depriving ~,.; wlq -.4ot hr place to go, of t3ti pldaunie. a.s d#l considerable busaln. to or OtheR P1* .v)Ih ftoth rba Mslsanula' bes se' dt l¶.snow, and whqn a city is dull, un I tlap e t are hrd.t~ 1l, W. peplts a- tsr hli*. C so. ,er ei) sI;lotis ado what we can toward glod tinis fonraulaal, sJbe ibeha Str1ia ordinance carries it will be a s4bl in that direction. i ss isula, qt pit9. , 'Vanderoook has tit'h en ,n the esat, . Sd i t ,r tilhe i,.M i4 :, , ie.la-ux.bs .. ,J e lrseurn e, i the iot4'9gn. theý wane iolt at. this ii'riln We'll sho you just ri~t, rakish;sant that y t Wit. i Mortana t Hats..... e o w s M atet m.......... Our hat rvy.e is 100 pep ent .fieent and our hat s 1 par ent PAN AT SAlESE lsitesl, Mproeb 2t--(peelal.)-The liS blocks of Ice, breaklltg from the id ot tle flume formed a jam, block n, ae flume near the Pemsolk and g the water to overflow the 1 Fee, yesterday. This rubh of water flowing down the 'ill toward the plant cai'rled with It ikveral tons of gravel, which piled up against the north And of the plant, the weight of which broke in the end of the building and allowed the 'water to flood the floor to a depth of several feet. The plant was compelled to shut down several hours, while the. Ice gorge las broken and flooded floors drained. SUPERIOR Buperior,. March 28.-(speclaf.)-Tie Messrs. White and William Sinith:.te here from Wallace In the Interest of the White & Bender company mercan tile store. Mr. and Mrs. Georgeo Ttoland have re turned from Missoula, where they were called A. witnesses in the Herbert W*els trial. Dr. Flynn, the county health phy slcian, was here on a husineds trtii. A. A. Hodglna, w.ho is,. n charge of the forest station near. here, has moved his family here and will spend the summer In this vicinity as a forest ranger. Dr. Eddy arrived yesterday from Wakefield. Mich., for the purpose of starting operations on the Klelpsmith A Eddy minlnk property, located on Trout creek, which is a rich placer mine and gives employmept to a num ber of men.. Mrs. Metqalf and Miss McDonald of Quarts are,visitors here. T. C. Grady, representiq g LIndsay & Co., of MissOula, Is calling on the' mer chants. IRAVALLI NOI'ES Ravalli, a 28.-(Sgecial.)-Mrs. Oeorie Penpra t was shopplIg lan Mip isul" Wuattuhda. Mrs. R'Itl p) has retu.ed from daio,-w hel kse was vlsiting her chil dren for the past few wdbks. RUIIt'lil' Mrl'shall, tre little son of Mr. and Mrs. George Marshall. is very bow wilti pashmonas. -. ugbeJ of l ,o Misoula is ntatrlin !at r. Marshall's durlng the illness of A& iet. tny Immigrants are un loadlng herle at Ravallil this spring, and !In#l oUt to their homesteads in va Mr. and Mrs. Watson and Mr. and rMit eRemiaqiton were In Dixon Rat I-.,I gm~daýu s trw frm - "Y SS Ia to bteef 1, by over. of thi otrl atfloe . xth oft. for ages, of II1 by a ourt r day p by Offleet at the W ae.poliee force Snlht the Oc Ste ead. he thait time been redoverinl low. apis now earrlditt; ugly PI otention. of the- ttor Ma Blllie thltt the largest f Wounds was aettied by the point the sand that the man had e lit by it as hey was w ~ t y hh o te east plde w tin e out they o, on the tad to d6. p I ri. .. " 'iooldent and Intd1tadaced ntiuh 6tifer witnesses to show the pUqsslt and probability of the n'. tt pl lour'e; in this: *ay. te ' i made'r fo attempt to show thiat ' .' 1E hed not beet injured. its attoetoys claim that the man had lift 'Mittf lit 1ty the ei*. -bowever, but the billie of Special Policemnn Illyan. CIllya.,who is now out of th' city, Is said to fave confessed to lhaving .trutk the man. HOME TRRATMENT. pOR. TUUERJCULOSIS Consumptive patients need no longer dread either the fate thltt formerly overtook all' sufferers from lung trou ble, or costly and often terribly Incon veqlent Journeys far feom home to other ollmate; or to some expensive s'aatorlum. Hundreds are now stay Ing quietly at home curing themselves at no expense beyond the cost of a few bottles of medicine. Here is one wt o speaks from expe'lence: "220 Sduth Fourth Street, "Colwyn (Darby), Pa. "Gentlemen: For four years I was troubled with cough, which gradually became worse; I had night sweats and pains In my cheat; I wasee losing my appetite and had become so thin and weak I could not attend to my house hold duties. A physician pronounced n., case consumption. Not being sat tdfied. I was examined by the physl cians of the Polyclinic hospital; they Also pronounced the disease consump. tion, which was proven later by an edamination of sputum, as tuberculosis bacilli was found. r was ordered to a cobnuismptive hosp)tal. My nephew Would not allow me to to until I had tried Uckmaq's Alterative. Betore I rad' teoten the medicine three weeks Shad marked relief, night sweats ceased; pains in the breast relieved; Lough. became loose and easy; fever l.ft mhe and I commenced getting well. My health became normal. I am in excellenit health now and have been eompletely cured for 10 years. I strongly recommend It." (Sittsed) (MRS.) MARY WASSON. Eckman's Alteratlve is effective In Bronehltis, Asthma, Hay Fever, Throat and Lu'ng Troubles, and' in upbullding the system. Does not contain poisonis opiates or habit-forming drnug. For sale by Missoula' Drug Co., and other leading druggists, Ask for booklet of eured cases and write to lickman Laboratory, Philadelphia, Pa., for ad ditional evidence. EINATION S§OO FOA R IM GfRE The tnilted gtates civil service com misuibn announces an examination to bd held here on April 50, as a result of wblhch it is expected to mkke oertl. fidatlon to fill a& vcancy In 'the pool: tldn of rural carrier at Missoula, and rotper vaoancles ase they may occur on rural routes at postonftee In fissoula county, unless It lhall be decided in, the Itterests of the` servlbet tt fill the vncaricy by reinstatemene, transfer, or prbmotlon. The usual entrance salary for rural carriers Is from $600 to $1,000 per annum. S.gi9 limit, 18 to 55, on the date of expmlnatlorl, 'lhe maxlntmm age linit is atvadii casee of peaions hongripy dlchhrled-troft.m the Ulltd States mnl. It4ry or naval servleb. An, applicant must have his actudl. doyngllle In the t errftry supplikd by a apototrlee nl the oprpty for which the: exmt inatlon Is ainnouneed. Thq exuminption is open to all male eitse ai' 6f tho Ualited Statos who can comp y witif the i~relSirments. pll catibi tbrte, !fi4~ and full In fotrm coneerlnll the requlremente tof thht' Htlitr ttld Ecan he secured trdm the secretary of the lolat exatsin.. Inc board or the postinauter. at' aly of ti -plates Yare6 abvde, or frot. ti ... Cvli Service Conmmiselin, A I Atob# should be properly ex. eope and filed '+lh tctis onnmmalsion atW. shinston. Au*iop.inatlnn papers a iippad dire t' fMt"i the donmmial ln kr* pplao. aot b o afiaatilo, it ,an en *t .tlli° apkttlatiohs be re. evea i . i i.. mea.to, arrange t.e t exa nhlo'uatl&o at the plaoc in ioete4 it ti· liCtie'ct, orn am ria will ' N7eo ex. app Ibhose arifUca lo e . is: to Opcmttu the il trtt of ti ae~ss y piper$. A 81* 099 1* P uOseTr. S ahr. . llPA r ' . aI that Ilttle vW 'x ý tý. tspp$It tor13 *: 2. oq' o * _, r. jO. ' a A Talk to Young Mefn on the Clothes Subject:.. T HERE is a time-hOnored classic of a woman with real red blood in her veins Who was so hemmed in by restrainingdcir cumstances, she was compelled to live the life of a prisoner-- Until there came to her one who awak ened her self-esteem and gave her'the ilm pulse to improve. There is a profound lesson in that simple story; one that will benefit every young man with the ambition to get ahead in the world There are young men everywhere who possess the qualities necessary to success. WIhb areleading lives of mediocrity, simply ' As they look at the effect of these clothes thrbiS h inability to market themselves. on their appearance they recognize a higher .type,. df personality. .Tlid meet the presentdey de.nan f he type personality. * world for young men who can do things. They awaken an ambition to be some Who can create--- body. Who can lead. The wearer views life from a broader angle-- *'When they put on our specially designed And experiences a sense of refinement and young men's clothes they experience a new culture that he realizes he had not fully de sensation. veloped. Society Brand Clothes R-B Fashion Clothes National Students' Clothes come to them as a first and important aid. You ought to know these clothes. They enable them to impressively present They are ready-to-wear and you may buy themselves.-- them here at from $12 to $35, To become recognized. Also obtain Fashion Panels of the new spring styles and a book of graphic lilustra. They are designed and tailored with pro- tjons in color, The Twelve Deeisive Battles gressive Young Americans exclusively inmind, of the World, by simply apjplying for them ARITHMETIC bltonr, XII OUilrlun:--Vhtq) I aIro .Yjtefrday lIIi maloon plod for an opeii 4lunday as it ýbusluixee4 lwropultlon, I idbbod iny g lnuiPe to he pure that I iid -,read arlghit-thie wonderfnl fIlnn clal state'outa. Twenty-five I,&er tanders lose o11na ,da',' Oecutpallon jnunh Woak fly baving M'iuflUnns 4-loBd all 4atpa $ulvlh ' AnJ conppquently lose *41j0ls. ea year in waqes. That in. 4a*ttlnderg ree*'NAv oY *Rift pnet lay. Mdje than $11),'000 per year salary. f lf w the profits of saloons were Iap hilt had no ldeg of the princely 'is~4p, of 1iMipndlftr I"ahV. W "on t with .the, rewgr4i, oftl i1^" 4 r a ilt- ,. f, t .,i,: rp Q PwvSOWOp ,ivarn4 yearsVM thua.i4 eonrid(rdttlll' exlpIen, 1)ut1 envy In now Why didt my tirelnltK not train me for uno ellpolrt Imi-itender? Iltur goevrm'ir hue it pre.tty geood Job, >rut 4teo nut gut hair the. tjmivtettlners till 1. whtat 1 it, ju (' CmnstteFt ntw thuu other' ftnueienl statement. Itesw ity 5tna11 inmen In iMnssoulni, with minItIt Ale' 'if a*tt-' liulic dteitrumII. heliCve that Mljea'nin had at Iecast l"nln I retttItenf visitors par" week, of it 'lss suco drown by the saloon titat they stay aWay when the sIaooin IN eOlcit on fHtlt1t"idthlnnl!who sipent oee atn avevcrtcwe $10 at~ctt In 'the hoatls anid atoree during a threeo dayes' stty-.prctticcllcty tIhtce thief; ncvcu l"d Int tq thitO' Ntlctttcllnt? 'It 'any bust fleas' .han or lany voter in Mitaaeculn .rns O redft that stttetnefnt "1e 'is lmore fit for tlts Warm njet'tnga aa'I,*nm than 4ot' 4,gPy M1 5tpri 40 lid- " twa+tith eWO How 4 s'c*tooatw hflw Set ti their f r flgure or .200? They ,iaight ,rs well gJIeMu 30(0 or U Oy otiv he,'or 'I'lhes eI fIur(M shiotulici lIE tl'.'ldde hby Ill like' those con',ecrn' logrr I rtendtirr. uI'Ia'. 'Ordintry whliky nuatkt mon pern double, but there inust be am migrhty 1rwerul kind InMi msnim li ' wllich pro (lutes Lten-fold vision. Voter. or Mlisniiis , ('ompare the In111rs1 0 otheir hlwing'es with wlhut tho ioluolu fO now wmve mid wisl to haImve' Increulmed, 'i'he hiulk ic oh Mi'oolma hutinaftlll 2111 (1 Itourt on 1'iv'e hamy, 13 hours on *iHatuirdoa' alnd Is doitt'ci nil of flan 1daty. lilt thism1 ono llllsiflesN , whit'h gi'.'Ol no moral oir physit'al profit to any palt ron, utml which furishemsil' mInpral anod " Whyic l itfli'xim andiJ 11'grUdli~tilo, Which flux)lls or Jadl withl t1'nlempollrlly claited muon and our insane mfylumn Wilt par m in'ntly raseod, thip bund. Molls olltms exrtra honeri's rTis ls buitness, which is )onslire4!' no dangerousI that , hop y., ., pwnalty tallMd a Ih(en5e, tIJ 'f1Mtp aet u on it, t el llnwed uhdeov nMlr Ileilr~iE t Hrdl nalnte,: to-.run I I.houlyper tla.fol,.six daiys ov f tbl wt'k llanid .~qw i.l.tila to thie people, to ,be allowed t, rufl 1I - hours for six days, and I hoturs on Sunday. Are the chturhlrtalng people oily L concernled l thlu qu'estlion? It copl I ',rnts ,very worklngman, every bum. meInH main, every woman and ehHld to s sahe to It that on the one day of rest , men shall not be espevially tempted to pendl for their hlarn the monby whlc"h would otherwlie go Ito the Sc'humnnal of useful triade for the needs r of themselves or their famllliw. fDoes It 'nt seem. enough to Jllow .thlI ',espeellly dangerous busIness 18 I houri on ali* days of the Wees? I Matnke no mistake. .uIn.-amtllm yoa hptllot; vote lga lnst thlies lol al en wt. sacoon nraiOnan. 1, A,., L 1tM 4Isoula, MaroIth , 1912.