_F ll lini
m(#lto th in .. h sesil4 buthWold
_arni i httpd e tea!..Inebh
-ijnsn. of wa a. ,hnwA '. o l O.a
O, from which'ft lgddey dopped
to 110 and the aret mate was at 600.
The movemeit/ Iikely tsrehaen the
declaration It e larle tnok bonus.I
'ti boind market woms steady. 1'o.
tal sales, (pay Value'), $8,441,000f i
U+t)ed tates bonds were unchanged
New York Stook. -'
New York, March prs.-Today's ea.
liag qoatationll, o tJea exchange fO-.
Amalgamated o aper .............. c 4
Am. can .meti.. & ir ef ........... .. t
Atl tli, I t atne t ..... I ... ........
Itqtitmoroe & rhIo : ......to0l
canadtan Pa.lfle ..io.... ..... t
Cheqpeake d) Ohio:..... ..... ~1
(.cag, o & Northwetern s....... ....
Chiasleo, MIL & vlt. Paul ..............109%
onlotrdo Pelt & Iron . ....... ....... %
Golorado & Southern (hid) .......... 44
Deltta. I .n & radm u.. ......... .
Denver & lio 'Qmde . .. ..¼
do preferred .rI....l......,....... ... 4%
l rle ...............2........ ..... .................. 37'
Ireat North.npre erred .r ...........1 t
do' Ore ' htt ::..........-.............. 4%
(leneral le rie ..'.. .....a,.... 6..6...
itllnam 4C en, rraT .... .........
Intrqltattioa ; oareitexchanr q.114%
Louw:hvil & . N hvie . 15%
nLhigh Valtley.r.p .............1 I6%
Amtlanur e Paei. .t n.e .........4..%... 66
Natid nal e .... ...............
lew Yor centratl. ........ .... 114
A tchisona ..I.. :. ................................. #
Anorolk & Wehntern ........ ..110%
nadorthern Pacific ................... ll%
PhnnsylvanOiah. ................. 124
Cheadn Nrthw....... tern ..................140%
.lale4 IsMnd .. .. ul ........ ........ %
li pr l .....erred............... . 54%
autilern Pacific u (h... ...... 14....
lathern alay ... ................... 80%
Iniot Paelfle i..... ................1... 271
do Onited tate teel ................. 0%
do prof0rred .....................112
Illnlois Centrl ............ ......................1 1.
W r ... ............................ %
eMorirKa .xa .......... r r2
Weternlk & W n .......................118
Wctyer Union ...;...........6...11
'ticago.. _ arch 28.-C-[attle--R.e
eelptS, 4,500; market slow, generally
:teady. Beeves, $5.3008.65; Texas
teers, $4.8600.R5; western steers,
5.,200i6.9b; stockers and feeders, $4.30
406.50; cows and helters, 82.6046.75;
Hogs-Recelpts, 25,000: market
firm. LIght. $7.4507,80: mixed, $7,45
0.7.8a.: heavy, .87.4647.85; rough.
87.45(l7.60: plgs, 85.2507.25: bulk oaf
sai4e, [email protected],80.
Sheep--Rlcelpt.s 16,00,0 :mnarket
steady to strong. Natlive, $4.200
w.15; wastern, ,[email protected]:. yeaorllnp,
$5.60AF 7; aInmbs, native, $5.7507.80:
Nlew York rMoasy.
New York, March 28.-Olose: Prltnte
mercantile paper, 4 to 4% per cent.
tterllin exchange steady, with actual
hulraesa in bankers' bills at '484 fo
60-dgy bills and at 406.90 for demand,
Commereal. bills, 4833'4. ]overnmeat
and ralroad hbonds, steady.
Money on call steady. 2%02%. per
conti ruling 'rate., 21 per cont; closing
b4;l, 21A per cent: offered at 2% per,
cent.. Time loans, firmer; $0 days,1
-iiam ii | la | amm -nm mMIDIM
find tJ groeats ore"i",comirtd
they havesover kiown, perfect'.
stylJer and abdominal support so
much needed; i, the new
which 1 ,deiiSgn ý alahbr and es.
fr `Tpi*1.*o a
rm ye aUuq
4;·I~~ ; ·- -·i~r
~lki ~hd Cr· ··~rl- lr···
)to,. arch S. -CorI today
a:t the hghest rwose over known
to U I Mfareity of
1 opwi.anL f(0 prolonged
10411. v P owlu r ,o·was 4*
tions were steady.
'"tdeeulatte Interest entered in the
corn pit. Fabmlne in ~edstuffs hed
become so acute that a1pAtlkfLy in
(asnsas City could nnlij 'e puphaa*ed
today at the same pt.e per pOtah..0
corn. Traders who were 'ln p0l
tion to take advantage of th' sltua
tion were Jubilant buyers. South
western oasI- Markets leg the corn
advanse With Jumps of 1 to 2. *At
8t. rntalns the squcese in May con
tractse caused the. price to go to 17
rents a bushel.
Wheat aggled In view of the spring
Ilke weather *hlch has been advane
!ing steadily and because of rains over
inucth of the w.nter crop country.
I.eai.l selntiment was evident on ac
laelt of Argentina reports, heawing
dpment 'to be 4.000,000 above a yeat
goe. Shorts and e.eventh-hour in
veators took rdl' the offerings In the
Prolitln ont rillmled to top levels
thus, far rcached for current nctive
deliveries.. -.-Pdofit-taking wnas tea
ture in .lard and rlhi.
CASES AGAINST SEVERAL WAL.
LACE MEN POSTPON'ED TO
NEXT TERM QF COURT.
Wallace. 'March 28.-(8pecda4.)
After serving less than a week, 28
of the 40 men serving on the spring
jury panel were dismissed .by Judge
W. W. Woods of the district court
yesterday afternoon. The 12 retained
have been accepted to lhear a civil
action hrought by W'. &. ,Butns
against Quincy Ramsey.
This early release of a jury, which
was generally thought to have been
drawn for an extended elege, comes.as
a surprise. As 'yet none of nine
criminal cases on the calendar has
been called and as each of the num
ber would have been a Jury cpa all,
will be carried dyer to the' fal ti. t
or. heard by a speelal venire.
This list of Criminal cases includes.
an action against P. H. WIH",
charged with giving a check on, a
bank in which. o, he.d no funds;, a
ease against W. O. Pierce. charged
with embesslement, while receiver .of
the closed State Bank of Commence,
and three cases against Fidgar, ,
Wyman, former cashier of this bank.
It is generally.thought that the very
heavy duties Imposed on Prosecutor
James A. Wayne at this time are in
part responsible for the juIy's die.
LYNCH LOSES FIGHT.
Los Angeles, March 28.-Harry
y4nch of San Pedro. alleged smuggler
of contraban ,Chinese, lost his fight
against removal, before United States
Commissloner, Wan Dyke, hero today
and must go to San Prancisco for
trial for alleged connection with the
voyage of the-launch Morning Star
from IDnsenada, Lower California, to
Oakland, whore 91i Chinese were cap
lured March 2. Lyach's bonds were
fixed at ,1000.
COMMISION ,ORM I1N HELENA.
IHelena, March 2.-.-(Speclan.)-At It.s
njecting last night the city councl!
ordered that an election be held May
10 at which the qtfteston'of the adop
tion of'the commission form of gov.
'ernment will be submitted.
r ý r
AN oft sadnmis Accmpamntes tta
te.. es at rary bati wh
Subl s ba
look al kno the
t oa s blf -young. aide
t b,'l0od a, implNon a youthful
.,Pd5'& on others,' simply
that ryo are "looknlg fit"
Scotage to undertake 'and
h thlagsus S why suffer ti4
iap ?lokingl old on acsouM ao
hairs, i in a slnbpi remedy will
gIi your ilryetuttful and color aid
beaety i a few days' time?
-Mo people iow that common gar.
'deno. etak 9 a color restorer and
ecalýlj la' j well. Our grandmoth
ers ed a "lage Tea" for keeping
their dli k.k, soft and luxuriant, In
Wyeth's fIsge and Sulphur Halr Rem-.
edy we have an Ideal preparation, of
.aUge. eonm ~ln with Sulphur and other
valuable. eplies for dandruff, Itclh
Ing soalI Mill thin. weak hair that is
split at the ends or constantly coming
out. A few applications of this val
table remedy' Will bring back the color,
and in a short time It will remove
evety trace.Dr dandruff and greatly im
prove the growth and appearance of
cet a 60 eent bottle from your drug
gist today, and notice the difference In
your hair after a few days' treatment.
All druggists sell it, under gdarantee
that the money will be refunded If the
remedy Is not exactly as represented.
Speelal agets, Missoula Drug (o.
Libby, Macoh 8.--Nominations for
a lctisens' ticket have been made here
at a mass meeting of the voters of the
city, as follows: Pur mayor, Thomas
Switser; for treasurer, Timothy Mil
ler; for polloe judge, C. R. Hoffman.
The al4drmanlo nominations were 'nade
several days ago. There will be no
other ticket In the field.
This ballot should be marked with
an "X" in the square before the name
of each person or candidate for whom
the elector intends to vote. In case
of a ballot containing any question to
be submitted to a vote of the people
by marking an "X" in the square be
tore the answer of the questlbn suhb
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'
sudh person by marling an "X" In the
square before such name,
S FOR 'MAYOR.
(rote for One)
JAMES M. RHOADES
JAMES L. WALLACE
S FOR, COUNCILMEN.
(Vote for Two)
SRUPUS W. ANGEVINE
O WILLIAM H. HOUSTON
O T.A. PRICE~
r A RDINANC
I POR AN ORDINANCE.
Entitled 'A.n QrIinfnoe Providing for
the fleguulatlon and Cloosig of SBa
loons, Darroojns, Olubrooms and Other
Places Whee Vinous, pirtlruous or
Malt IAqubr are Bold or Dispensed,
Bsetwen the Hours of One o'Clook as
mi. and 8l o'dlock d. m. of the same
Day, and tom One o'Clook a. m. to
One 0C16 p: . ·, on. Uadays, in the
City oft isoula,' Montaa, and Proe
soribing a PUitli. for its Violation,"
and being *b orOitoe" repealing .the
ordinsannod ow n foae Whoih requires
such, pipsce to clooe b~twwe. the hours
of 11 o'clock .!thighlt and' o'clock
a. m. of the following morning and on
Q AQAiNIT AN ORDINANCE
nt0i 1kn Ordinane. Providing for
the tegulation 'sad Closing of Ba
lopn. r ap.oonir, COlubrooms and Other
P-aoes Where Vinous, Ipirituous or
Malt.Liq~poes are old or Dlspgnsed,
Betweai the Horrs of One o'clook a.
m. aid Mix o'Clgok a. m. of the lame
Days' Aend from One o'Clook a. m. to
One o'Cicolok p; m, on Iundays, in the
City of Misoula, Montana, sid Pre.
. Pelties for Its VilatiUon,"
ordl ina e repeaing tlea
Sdit ow fore whiche equir4s
° .t~pt~t40J . *etWe ;the,'outs'
. " 'f rm ~dn. i it o'cli ock
N Drr ,
A f: ;ItV*P*rl*' ·
,I. M , .
Would o pay one-hadf to one thlrd less for stylish silk h
them most? THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT WE 0 TO
SFor Silks Worth $I.00, $1.25 and $L50.-One of thei st Bargains This Season
BEAUTIFUL SILK POPLINS-In shades of green, brown, red, navy and old rose, interwov
en with small, dainty figures. Regularly $1.50-
HIGM-GRADE, ALL-SILK, SHOWIR-PROOF FOULARDS--In black, navy, caper, rose,
etc., in new spring shades. Values to, $1.25
FANCY TAFFETAS AND MESSALINES-Worth up to $1.50
AND A PIECE OF 40-INCH BLACK AND WHITE SATIN FOULARD-Worth $2.00 a
A YARD yard.
ARD yad. WIDTHS OF FANCY SILKS ARE 20 TO 26 INCHES.
Messalines Seco Silks
S YARD-And we are YARD-Seco silk is a soft,
free to tell you that clinging 'fabric, 65 per
this is the best mnessaline that you cent pure silk, 35 per cent of E-yp
have ever seen for a dollar. A the tian cotton, a fabric that will wash
heavy, bright, lustrous silk, in a r the Genuine splendidly; comes plain or dotted
complete run of shades. Rajah Silks in a very full range of shades.
. Pongee Absolutely the Genuine Article- Chanri ables
YARD - A 36-inch Stamped, every yard with the name 1.00 YAR D--24-inch chae
cloth of gold pongee or "Rajah." It is the best silk on the m able messalines, in. the
a 32-inch imported shantung pon- most beautiful line of two-toned
gee. These pongees are specially market for coats, suits or dresses. effects; black, red, green;, brown,
good and you will find them excel- A big range of pretty shades. blue, shot with contrasting combi
lent for suits, coats or dresses. nations.
8M4 STORE _ _ __ SILK STORE
On Behalf of the Wage-Earners Whom
You So Candidly Address We Publicly
Challenge Your Statement
and ask that you produce proof that "50 men directly connected with the liquor trade have been thrown out of
employment through the present Sunday closing ordinance and that $70,000 is lost to the businbss men of Mis
sbula a year." , . :I
Mr. Wage-Earner and VOter
if you would kinow the truth we invite you to attend a Citizens' Mass Meeting at theibihrnoisThbctter on Sun,
day evening, when several prominent Mlssoula men will discuss the matter and tl i REV. THbOMAS S,
LELLAND, the famous labor preacher formerly of Cripple Creek, Colo., will talk. .
S VOTE "AGAINST" This Proposed Ordinance
ALL HIH-GRA s AUTOS
Probably the prdbmlniatlng Improve.
ment found on .l..-arade cars at the
recent show I. the almost univeraia
tln of the drto Coatrol. tMany
err of hlth.pri.ed I.atf have Oh.;
00e4 10e sauperlorlty of a oentral lo;
; On wr the he . .e4 levers.,
' aint John , t, Wly, tpaker;,i
v or Pa, Wa i.h first u4.
WW ý u eerý.ý adept tb*
m.nohanlcal Invntlion the industry has
seen fdr two or three years has been
chltbdled in Overland speclfications for
two seasons. That the Oveland organ
isation demonstrated Its usual keen.
nass of forethought in bringing out the
first oenter control is evidenced by its
adoption on nearly all leading ears.
With the emergency brake and
change speed levote located in the cen
ter of the floor boards, there is an
ellminatlon of unnecessary oonneoting
rods. TIW control I. more sturdyr mak
.ing it feaImore positive and rialla.tl in
its actidn. It giver the driver a free
right hand to seo his storbing wheel in
crowded thJorpughferoe, on hills and
P ough'j ieds,
; Anotjtbp fIatute is the opportulity of
I t*s dftItf to elt out of the oar on
either side. He does not have to 4tep
in front of the passenger riding In the
front seat. When atoppnlg the oar at
the righ-hand curb it Is not necessary
to alight from the left Lide. This Is
especially convenient in w4nter when
the streets are filled wlth slush and.
TRonan, March ;1--(Upeeial,)-Mis'
Beass Holenbeck of Missoule as visitlng
Mrs. A. M. Sterllng this week.
C. G. Elton of Mi4ssoula Is In ionan
and it is qald he will .pranise R gun
W. C. lokJing of Sunnyside, Wasth.,
IN organistnlf a lod we l RsiLa.
A. I. .Garley of Polson stopped at
the Ster-link Tuoestay.
T'honle. MoDpnai4 of Butta isa here
anit wilput on the'Paailon Play thls.
and-..r4y evening at the Roman S
P. . X, Sprnn and family are mov-.
dif!lvto one of ..Scearae' new cot-t
tage. thls week. ' !
), . f. H. Rathbnne will entertaldn
t1ie Ladles' Aid ouelety Thursday of 4
Mr. and Mrs. A. I. . terling enter ,
tjqod' at dinner' pinday. Their guests
were Mr. and Mrq, lacok Curtis, Miss
Beas Holleibeiok i n4. Opencer Pterllin.g
Theoe are abott 16 Ge ath~ 4 ever ,
birth ooourring at sea.,
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