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JeOINTS THAT TRANSPIRED AMOIUt WINN AIS AND LOSEftS A*TIR THU RATTLE. Yestedy was the day after. There Wi. the sail analysis of the vote by the. ounril'q politician, with the re ~iUmt Iaion of how it all hap .e.. was applause for the lwerIn 'a.d a rush for the band 'aIon.. It all voted for Jim Rhoades *ho yesterday declared they did, the l uh count would have stood: Rroades, S,4iS Wallace, 8. The aftermath was pleasant yester 4aP--pleasanter than postmortems us uafly are. There was no evidence of thad feeling. The campaign had not been to any extent personal and there WMa hot much of anything to be taken back. The losers proved their worth ,by being good losers and the winners all declared themselves determined to btwur the hatchet and to get busy for a successful administration. Wlyor-Elect Rhoades left last night for Ogden and will be out of town for three or four days. Before he left town Mr. Rhoades said to a Missoullan reporter: "I am called away on this baseball business. I want you to say that I have not promised any appoint tent to anybody. I shall not do any. thing in the way of appointments un til I set back and have a chance to talk over the matter with my assocl ates on the citycommission, and with some of the business men of the city. I Intend, as I have said repeatedly, to consult the taxpayers of the city in matters of Importance, and I regard the appointments as a very important feature of the administration. Beforet I make even a suggestive slate, I shall talk over this business with Mr. Price and Mr. Houston and with some of the business men. I caant a satisfactory and efficient force and I want advice In this as In other matters. I am sorry that I have to leave the city right now. but it is necessary and there will be plenty of time when I get back." Dan Heyfron is in Spokane arguing a case before the federal court. Hri was in Spokane Saturday but manageil to get his case continued in order that he mlght come horme to vote. He came back Sunday and on Monday got into the campaign with vigor. When lie gotethe returns he was contented and at once went back to his case in court. The supporters of 'the new saloon ordinance disappointed their foes in the quiet manner with which they re ceived the assurance, of victory. There was no hurrah, as had been expected by a good many. The saloon men started out in a fashion that Indicated that they Intend to make good their word that they will have order in the liquor business if they have to estab lish their own vigilance committee. There 'a as a gooxl deial of favorable comment yesterday upon the state ments made by the successful candi dates. They were accepted as sincere and were regarded is forecasting a successful administration. They were commented upon as evincing the right spirit, and it was generally agreed that if the principles set forth in them are put Into practice, Missoula will have a model government. Commissioner l'rII'e is a funny c(im %paigner. Last night, '4 hours iafter the polls hlad closed, lie camne arounl with a box of liglrs. Trlhey were good ones, too. lie had not passed any dur ing the campaign, but when victory had been won. hei was there with the smokes. 10. L. Parsons, secretary and treas urer of the C. H. Ward Drug company, Pasadena, Cal., writes: "We have sold and recommended -'oley.'s lioney and Tar 'omnlpnioundi for years. We believe It to be one- of the imout ef ficient expectorants nil thei mlarket. Containing no iu,'tl,' or Ilarctlecs it can be given freely to children Enough of this reIIeiay (an HI intkell to relieve a iold as it hll noi nIulllse;t ing results and does not interfel-re Wilth digestion." Smilllth Drug store. anm's restaurant, 137 West Front i. tow open to the Ipuli(e. lirst-clihos meals at all hlours, day or nighlt. W R E E RI N R D I A C R Y D A E THREE ' I1 INAM VMiih Ot I$$sgia. GEO. F. Fl*O, KS Dteal ftltate uid L.as ?'Irst National itnm LOCAL IRVlES Spirella corsett. Phone 610 red. Professor, RI. , Young of Victor is a guest in Missoula this week. Stenographer. Dawson, Montana Blk H. A. Thayer of Drummond called on acquaintances in Missoula yester day. Marsh, the undertaker, Phone 821. L. C. Mcleffey, a mining man of Carter, had busintss in Missoula yes terday. J. M. Price. Real estate and loans Miss Miriam Hathaway has been confined to her holne for several days by illness. Missoula Storage Co., C. R. Avery. Attorney Dan J. Heyfron is In Spo kane this week trying a case in the federal court. Dr. Willard, osteopath, tlt. Natl. bank. E. It. Polleys left yesterday for the Pacific coast, where he will transact business for his company. Fresh roasted coffee daily. D. & D.. West Cedar. 'W. P. Waller called on local mer chants yesterday in behalf of the Boss Manufacturing company, Kewance, Ill. Humane society. Call Bell phone 899, red or black. J. J. Caplis of the -Penwell lihotel has returned after an extended trip that took in several eastern states and cities. A. Hansen's Three Lake and Jeffer son Driving shoes at Link's. Oaspard Deschamps has returned front Los Angeles, where he has been for rest and recreation during the win ter months. f Hairdressing parlor. Miss Archer, S22 First National bank bidg. Bell 986. Herbert Avery of Anaconda is here for a few days helping to care for his father, A. W. Avery. who is still in a weak condition. Dr. J. Loulse Smith, osteopath, Ma sonic temple. Phone 618; res., 633 red. F. C. Whelchel, who has been in Missoulla for some time, is now return lang t t the forest service in the Coeur d'Alene district. Dr. Anna James, osteopath, Higgins Iblock. Phone 834 black: res.. 35.gred. George A. Belding of Blilings called on local merchants yesterday in the interests of the Berger Manufacturing company of Minneapolis. Roundup coal $6.64 a ton. M. R. C. tSmith, rooms 206-208 Montana Bldg. Attorney R. A. O'Hara of Hamilton was In Missoula yesterday while on his way to Helena, where lie 'was sum mioned on legal business. Money to loan on ranch and city property. H. D. Fisher, 113 B. Main St. Miss Henri Etta Akin is spending this week of vacation from the school room with her brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. EtbHard Akin, in Hamilton. Broken lenses duplitcated without a prescription. Newton H. BSchwelker, ,optical specialist. 203-206 Montana blk. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Cole, who have bely guests for tile past week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Garlington, have gone to reside on their claim at Dixon during the summer months. Missoula Employment Agency for experienced help. Phone 468. George Dodson of Trout Creek made applicatioh yesterday for homestead entry on 110.86 acres in section 83, township 24 north and range 82 west, through forest list 1.731. The appli catioll was rejected. Lump coal delivered, $4.50 per ton. Ilnquilre llotel Hhapard. Joth U). Kelly of Dixon applied yes t terdliy fir lhomllttesead entry on 40 acres in unit "A," tile nortIheast quarter of tile northeast quarter of section 35. township 19 north, range 21 west. Ap plication was approved. Hlandy scratch pads and waliter checksy for sale at The Missoulian of flee. J. J. IMaloneyIC, ,who has beenll it sales lltan In tilhe carpet department of D. J. I)ln'hJlte.'s store, has resigned his ipt!sitlon and starts this morning for I the I'"lathead reservation, wher hlie will liv,. on his hotmestead. H. W. Hudson, kro practor. B. & A. building. Ally disease; examination free. Floy'itd fl. l4artholf of Dixon applied yesterday for homleetead enltr ton 40 (acres in unit "1E," tile southwu:st quar ter of the northwest quarter of saee tion 29, township 19 north, rlange 211 west. The applicatioll was approved. lanles, c.all and inspect thile n,'w line of1' stilllts, coats, ligerle drsexs and waists ait thle Mamplh Slhotp, rools 11, Masont' teitle. )uatiol it. Sherry f Catas uitil lied yesterday for holllUsteal'd entry on S160 acres In tile east half o(f the soutlh caltt qluatrter, the southwest quilarter of the slOUthlueat quarter and tlii soutllh leitrst quarter ,f thle soutlwt'st quarter ,if section , tlwnlshlp 20 nortlh,. range 23 We(st. Alulithatlon was iunpelded. Arthur 'l'ruttman of lelelna yestlr day tepltiled flor hlnlatesd entry oln 160 In the Rich and Fertile Mission Valley We have a very fine 90-acre tract f uninimproved Ilad atbout three miles from the Mission on Flathead reserva tion for $2,750 t'n terms. This land is nice atlid level and will be covered by the goverllnent ditch. Adjoining land last year produced 118 bushels of wheat to the acre (without irrigation). It you want a cheap ranch, look this over at once. W. H. 8MELD COMPANY Higglins Sleek. MissOule, Monet. SPhlnei 48 Red. actres in lunI t quta.t tot) of the tior a, ande aM W 4 southwest quitt and tihe moith, hllt of the southeast qtueter of tleta i 4i township 1 naoEth, itnge 11 west. A,-. plication was approved. You will look a good whlles'before you find a be~er mediclne for coughs and colds thita Chamberlain's Cough Itetnedy. . It lot onlty ilvs rellet-It cures. Try It when you have a cough or cold, and you ao' certain to be pleased with the prompt cure which It will effect. g$br lail by all dealers. Royal N.tighbors Qnmp W864- Will give a card party at the 1. 0 O F. hall Thursday afternoon. ae.rgh ments served. Admnlislbn Se. R. W. Disney, who hib been In the; men's glothing department of the! Golden Rule sto~e since the departure of Sidney 0. Wed, hasresigned his position here to accept the manage ment of the clothln* department of a large mercantile eLtablishment in Red Lodge. Thi position made vacant hero in the Golden Rule store will be taken by George D. Pahmateer of Port land, Ore. THE rMODRN HEAD BRESS CAULSt MALDNUe5-.WI CANIOT CNANOL7HS HM.A. DRM68 *VT NWE CAN PREVENT SALDNE4IM, U1, to the time we began to elvilise him at bald headed Indian was a thing unknown. Wearing nothing ,on his. head except the covering furnished by nature and being a stranger to; the use of a hair brush, especially the public one, the scalp and hair had plenty of ventilation, much sunlight and hence: a condition favorable to a luxuriant growth of hair existed at all times. It was the adoption of air and light excluding head gears and artificial head decorations generally, 'together' with the ocd4lOinal use of a com munity hair btush, which gave the dandruff germ its opportunity. Since this parasite has multiplied to an alarming degree until now 'there Is hardly a person who As not troubled more or less with dandruff end fall ing hair. Many, to be sure, have passed the worrying stage, ffqvlng become chon Ically bald they lrellse that dothing Is capable of produolng natural hair for them. Let these be a warning to all who are experi.ncing the si.nlflccnt annoyance of 4andruff and falling hair. Dandruff, which Is due to a germ, and falling hair can both be over. come by the regular use of Newbro's Herpiilde. This wonedrful scalp remedy kills the vicious germ which causes dan druff, cleanses the scalp and stops the hair from coming out. The destruc tion of the germ permits the hair to grow naturally and luxuriantly' as a ture intends. HIerplcide makes the hair bright, snappy, light and fluffy. One dollar else bottles guaranteed, For sale at all drug stores. Applications obtained at the better barber shops and hair dressing parlor.. Send 10c In stamps or silver for sample and booklet to The Herplcide Co., Dept. R., Detroit, Mich. Missoula Drug Co., Special Agents. DEER 1ODIE DESIRES Y. M. C. A. BUILDING George McDill and J. A. Goodell, both international secretaries for the Young Men's Christian association and connected with the industrial depart ment, left yesterday for Deer Lodge, after spending a- day in conference with men in Missoula, who are inter ested In the work here. In Deer Lodge a citizen has offered. to give $10,000 for an association building and ground upon which to build. The two sec retaries will study conditions in that city and report upon the feoasibllty of accepting the offer. A MOTI4~ERS CAREL A careful mother will not give her child a medicine without knowing it Is pure, contains no oplatee, and has healing and curative qualities. Such a medicine is Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for croup, whooping cough, bronchitis, and all affections of the throat, chest and lungs. Best and safest for children and grown per sons. Contains no opiates. Smith's Drug store. GUTZ BROTHERS START NEW BANK AT CAMAS Walteir (juts came In yesterday morning from Camas to meet his brother, H. P. (luts, who is coming from Belby, ~8. D. The brothers have bought a building at Camas in which they will eatablilsh the Camas State bank. H, P. Guts has been cashier of the .Flrst National bank of Selby, S. D., and Wailter Outs II a recent graduate of the University of Jowa, with the degrees B. A., and L. L. D. OLSON ARRAIGN-ED. Osacar M. Olson, who war brought back from Git. Joseph, Mo., receptly on lthe charge ,of appropriating $800 from the Northwestern Mutual Life Insur ance, company, wa. arraigned before Judge Dyson yesterday and pleaded not guilty. His preliminary hearing was met for lriday afternoon at 9 o'clock. His bond was fixed at $3,500. TO *HIP IlrMAINe. U,. Wright, brother of Jeaoe Wright, the mka who was killed at St. ils recently, arrived in the ' y ye l15ay = .will acomp anyM tlh - amelns :to, theaj ll¥ home |t in $t, Rop,. Wash. 'The bv ywam taies west o, No. 'a yesoteirMy ostrno L. o, ". - ,1,tENIlO I• GINAlpM M.tR I Oi isýý By COm. The heral "tentle Improvement distriet wal belet the only important matter to g~ onoidered by the city oouncit at Its mteeing yesterday morn-h Ing. City Attorwty Woody presented the reelatlon vovesing the improvo molts to be ,m1i on that sfeet And it was adopted by the ooltcell. The resolution pil pido .tor cemient slde walks and ctrbs, parking and paving. The kind of, tement to be used on Gerald 'end e., us, not been decided upon and t pb fe will be gover}ed entirely b', lUiS W submitted. The resolutithn b, idders " to name practle illy ay f paiment and tie js. .ei Vi $~i the bleolsion ,t the propety oi . on the avent Mr,. Woody has fixed.L maximum price of l4ii a 1ot at the cost of the Im 'provl i.it, e stated tltt the ex. p•.se Wld tet.oed that amount.' The clerk was Il pted to advertlee for bids and thep'd ll bd opehed on April 17 at 10 o'loetk a. m. After some bills for street work had been allowed, th ecouncil adjourned, to meet again this morning. At to-' day's meeting the vote cast at Mon day's election will be canvassed of-, ficlally. lI WEATHER The weather man worked In mid season form yesterday. it was a June day, for sure. It was warm enough to make the shady side of the street the more comfortable along in the after. noon. , The figures for the year's warmest day: Maximuiti ........ ..... 70 Mlnlmt ...... ......... 25 At 6 a. m. Thermometer ............. 29 Barometer .............. ...... 26.71 At a p. m. Thermometer .............. 67 Barometer .................... 26.49 Wind from the southwest. AVOID HARSH ORUGS MANY CATHARTICS TEND TO CAUE INJURY TO TO T If you are subject to constIpation. you should avoid tltong drugs ind cathartics. They only give temporary relief and their reaction is harmful and sometimes more annoying then con sttpatlon. They in no way effect a cure and their tendency is to weaken the already weak organs with which they come in contact. We honestly -believe that we have the best constipation treatment ever devised. Our faith In it is so strong that we sell It on the positive guaran tee that it shall not cost the user a cent if it does not give entire satis faction and completely remedy consti pation. This preparation is called Rexall Orderlies, These are prompt, soothing, and most elective in action. They are made of a recent chemical discovery. Their princilp. Ingredient Is odorless, tastless and colorless. Combined with other well-known In gredients, long established for their usefulness In the treatment of costi-. pation, it forms a tablet which Isa eaten just like candy. They may be tak en at any time, either day or night. without fear of their causing any In. convenience whatever. They do not gripe, purge, nor cause nausea. They act without causing any pain or ex cessilve looseness of the bowels. They are Ideal for children, weak, delicate persons, and aged people, as well as for the most hearty person. They come In three slze packages, 12 tablets, 10 cents; 36 tablets, 2$ cents: 80 tablets, 50 cents. Rerfiem. ber. you can obtain them only at our store-The Rexall Store. The Mlssoula Drug Co.. southwest corner rHigglins and Front streets. SIRTH DAYS. Stuart, Mont., April 2.--(#peclal.)-7 The ranch home of Beln Orlfflis was the scene of a II.vely Jollification Sat urday evening. The affair was in hon or of Mr. GOrlffis' father, Who was 80 years old on that day, and Wiss Blanche Watson, whose 16th blrthday came on the same day. Music, games and )daneing were the features of the evening's entertainment. Begining to and whet a diarppolntpaiht I Is to tad that though you are young, your baitr i beginning to turn grey-that you are surely going to look old before your time. Don't wait tfor any more grayeSr to come-gaet a bottle of .iAY'SIHAIR HEALTH today. SItart Ia ow ad use it regularly. Those grnay hair willsoon dlapptr be reetored to their sature solar a.d atly ie. HAY'S HAIR HEALTH will kfa4. " J Coats a-n'Dre Soe thpe maii q h nt display of 'now suits, coats and dresses showp by us t is tingth y come iri .very deslrable fabric and color. Suits-Haave the neat, nifty looking- short jhkets, in plain and tr w 4. models, lin ed wtih messaline; skirts in a411 the oew effects, a4 ... ; .* tohave the preference especially in cream, but .a rd W in all the best colors; made with large lapels ah ý 0e4tth. ing but popular priced coats and its wonderful whit es. fý ± t d value you can get at the price. All who have Sthem say . ; are -immense. ~i~Mi -An uus~i s d colleotion of ch'c dr;.ses in all colors pod fabrics, upd awfully tr.lohlable n price; twrimei with laces, silk and new button effects. as , ...................................... ........... ......... . to am o o t. P ............................................. $. .50 to $86.00 .. E4 N, t f # :t................................ . . $ .O to 84 .oo0 Easter Gloves Celey to :adse the s.New Dresss New Sailors Hats Jomplete harmony in all the details of he toilet' distinguishes the well. Just in by express, new Gage Byothers 1silor Hats tressed woman of today. No jarring in black, white, burnt and navy. Priced at $1..T, note is per. mitted. Rell- $.S and $3.7,l I able gloves; every pair of them, at prices whleh, quality for quality, will be diffi cult 'to dupli- Easter Neckwear cate. hort Kid for Women Gloves now at and i' a pair. i ung Kind Gloves at I.7 i and $ a p air . ('ome here to get your in ter Neckwear; complete assortment of ev:erytlhlng that's new In' neckwear; Chamois Skin Gloves' in white and camos color; large assorltment of lace col!ars for neck and coat short ones at $l1.3 andn one t .5 0,.. jabots of all kidsh epecally natv are the new side Long 811k Gloves at 85 , S1.$. $1.50, $1.T7. Jjabots. Prices range from a33# to $4.00. Short Silk Gloves at S4 and $1.00 a pair.. BURLINGTON TRAINS ARE DELAYED HIGH WATER AT EDGOMONT, 8. D., N.ECEl ITATES TURN ING OF EQUIPMENT. The local Northern Pacific offices have received advices to the effect that the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy is temporarily out of commis lion at Edgemont, S. D., and that it is necessary to transfer passengers two miles at that point. The track has been washed out at Edgemont for a distance and, although repairs are being made as rapidly as possible, the damage will not be repaired until Wodnesday. During this time pas sengers will be transferred around the break. Trains are being turned on each side of the washout. No. 41 has been arriving In Missoula daily, but has been getting in behind schedule time. W. J. Thompson, agent for the Northern Pacific at Stuart, was re lieved yesterday and will start at once on an extended trip through Florida and the southern states. He will be accompanied by his wife. President Howard Elliott of the Northern Pacific and his party are expected In the city Thursday morn. Ing on No. 4. It is not probable that a stop will be made in the city on the way back to St. Paul. Eastbound trains on the Puget Sound are arriving In Missoula a little late. The trouble is on the Columbia divilsion and is thought to be due to high water. Superintendent C. H. Marshall of the Puget Sound is making a trip over the west end of the division. Traveling Passenger Agent Tavenner made a trip to Superior yesterday In search of business. -I. MoGpwan, 1218 West .ocond street,-lLttle Roek, Ark., says, "I suf fered With severe pains across my back and the kidney action was Lr reoular and very painful. After tak Ing ~oWey Kidney Pills for a few aays ,the paln left my back and the kid lgeys became normal. I can gladly rohommen#: Poley I.idney Pills for I know.they .helped me." aSmith's Drug tre. r , FUNgRALTHURSL3AY It waq declded yesterday, by rela tives, that the bulial of Mrs, homa a 0. Hpnt Lhoji4 be in her native pity, t. John, N; B. There twill be a brief n ers, service at $:80 o'clock Thurq 4 afternoon at the residence Of harles F', Dorman on South Fourth 'tree~. Thursday nlght, Mr. pDotr . ,will strt for t. J'ohn with the b ,d)'. There will be no formal ptoessibn frm the residence to the ratl ay sta, *15 r% MINER'S NARROW ESCAPE. Wallace, April 2.-($pqcial.) -Joe Atton, working at the Succes mino, narrowly escaped a' fatal injury yes terday when he slipped down an orb shoot, along with a large quantity of ore, for a distanoe of fully 100 feet. He saved himself from falling another 100 feet by the mqrest accident. He was bruised from head to foot, but sustained no broken bones and, it is believed no internal Injuries. Atton was working on the ore pile, expecting to get to safety before the timbers were removed and the mass began to slide. He was q little slow, however, and fell with The rock to the level below. Here he rested his 'WESTEIN MONTANA.L.)QUOI CO., SOLE DISTrIIUTOR MiueouI, Montana. Do You Want a. Brand New, Five-Year Guaranteed iIron? We can offer you a fine exchange proposition if yoz own an old Hot Point. domelin and find out what the proposition is.. j ' k = j A a. flý ~lº.t 1 .. r· ý i1ý 3 '.iXi feet on timblring, and held while thu ore sllpped on 100 feet further. BADLY POISONED. Wallace, April 2.-(Special.)-Mrs. Fred Richardson of Burke was brought to a Wallace hospital yes terday suffering with ptomaine poisun ing. Her condltionr is regarded as critical. She has now been ill for several days and has undergone two sinking spella, during both of which hope of recovery was slight. After arriving at the hospital yesterday morning she rallied slightly and became more near ly rational,. Ls4t evening, however. she suffered a slight relapse and was little better than she had been in the early morning.