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It'I toM te OIL" The oil is tbsertanmdllfeovypaint. No matter what else the pant con* tin, Ifit is mixedm fpoor oil the paint Is undatisfac. torand willnot last. Lin aed Oil is theon oil that willmake goddpnt. The better the oil the better the paint. Ninaesota Paints are ground in the PUREST LINSBBED OIL IN THB WORLD. Itismade in their own mills from Northwest. ern flax-the finest in the world-pressed, refined and aged, and mixed in Minn esota Paintsbeforelt leaves the buildings. For 87 years Minnesota Paints have been known as "The Best PaintsMade." Iftherewas any way of making them better they'd bedoing It. Missoula Mercantile Co. MORE FARM LANDS ARE ELIMINATED PRESIDENT SIGNS PROCLAMA TION SETTING OUT A LARGE AREA FOR SETTLEMENT. Word was received at the forestry headquarterr yesterday that the presl dent has signed a plronlamatlon elimri nating 2.,440 acr-s ot land from the Uncompahgre nationail forest, (Col rado. The areias eliminatcd conslist of non-forest land along the eastern and northwestern borderrl of the for. eat. A readjusltnlent was also made along the Rio del Mogul, placing the exterior ioundary ,in legal sulbdivir ions. Ity the terns of the proilamta tion the arena elllminatedl wvere re Withdrawn undler the act of June 25, 1910, for ,lns.slfircatnll. to be olpened to settlement -and entry at the discretion of the secretary of the. interior after such notice by puil;cantton as he m.tay deem advisable. DAILY CURRENT EVENTS NtfE FEATURE AT GRAND Manager , otwan o, f the (trand the ater, charalterii i'h of the manner In which he has I,.en conducting the housre slrnce taking charge recently, has introduced a most interesting fIa ture and one that is thoroughly ap. preclated, by securing the daily cur rent event sllies. This service thor oughly covers important events that take place all along the route. Ri punctual In this service that on Hlnt day evening the ;,rand flashed btefore it. audiences pittiit's oif ithe 'a * parthia, tihe brul which resrued tie Tltanlllc' panuengiers who cihapedl in lifeboats. its \well alt the pictutre of the Tltanic's urrw ainl prolltinent rsolet' people, both resel.dn antId drl.ivneil. It War quick marrl.i, atd tuo.h t appr'cl ated. THANKSGIVING PSALM A Rythmical and Grateful Chant. A teacherlit in a '' t're llautit plaili! Ichoot Joitn. inll iIchi runs: "Teachling is iit - llll.as which rl" Sti'rei a great I l ,I rllainll alnd nervei forCe. liles. this fnr' i it reti weil as fast as iex .llPl lih.i t;itacher Isn . biusted before' the close of the yearl'. Many r.olrt t i, iu ll l!aitlig ltiltCH ui r relief. "Folr Ithreet, yit sll I atrulggliI l aga inst llnosti completll e l l ihii lletliii, getting What relief I ild fr'on dIlclrl' toi. Ie. Then in the spr'inig of 190:I I hal an attack if lit gripplleltl a id alaria which left tIe tlo wInllk toL untinue, ay work. .idlinle failed to give tila any reloef, a change of .ttilmato fi.ll l I. thought I alihuild never be atle' ti got Ibtck It wtlhotioil agaiin. "I ate enough fI'd (the ordinary )uealn-whlt brealll.tt,, vegeti bles, itll,, btut wasll niigiry itr imeals. "I hapwinv.lli at this time to reid in article giving ithe xll iriiene of n otier tetuher Wlhoi hitd bitt helped by Grape-Nuts l it. I d teilitd ti try GrapelNuts antid itli il, ii in iexpiri imert. It wrn a ll lhtftl ex nl)ircint, and conlintns L llfter t y'ear antd it half of e oli ialli n ie. ' irst, J Ii tti d lthatlil I wa linot hut n gry after ittneilt. "In a few data Moit Steed feeling left me, alni I felt fr.I h tial oi lBright, inlsteuad of dull anid sleepty. "lii thlree Inonths, nril e thnllit tiy urual strength returined, and I hadl gained 15 ipounds iti weight. "I filrnished the year's work islthittit any kind of tonice--was lit absent from duty even half iat Aly. "An ulitill .i the beet of health, with all whol know i, woidering iiiat the nlprovy J,lmtlt. "I tell them ill, 'Try lrapellNuts!' " Name given by Postilm Co., Battle Creek, Mich. "There'r a reason." Ever read the above letter? A new rne appears from time t'o time. They are genuine, true, and ftil of human inteltet, BASEBALL SUPREME ON RAILROADS EMPLOYES OF HILL AND ROCKEI FELLER DESERT THEIR POSTS WHERE POSSIILE. If there was one place In Mlssoanua that ~tld its own as far an baseball enthusiasm is concerned, It was the railroad offices of the city. The Northern Pacific superintendent's of fice resligned en masse and beat it to the park. Other departments were represented, but not any tmore than was absolutely necessary to keep the wheels of progress running smoothly. Everything else was of minor Impor. tance and for the day the officials took It as a matter of course. The Milwaulkee would have been deserted had not "Mae" stuck to the ship and kept the window open. Of course, the dispatcher's office had Phineas Phaletn keeping the trains apart, but during the greater part of the time there was i far-away blook non thte Duke's classic countenance. It was basebaIl every. where and the raitron.ts were no ex ception. Suprintendent A. M. hlurt of the Northern Pacific arrived in the city yesterdt'ay morning on No. 4. liI left on No. lanst evening for ifelena. where he will mneet i. I,. irdsall, the superintendent who In to relieve him here. Mr. Flurt hasM just completed an inspection trip over the Idaho division and will now anecomlpny his sutcessor over the Rociky Moulntain d;vllsion. Mr. Burt w\al accomnpainied( hy thief Dispatcher Showalter and Master Me chanic TDraper, Tomorrow morning the party will rutn sncrehlil to Futte, and .l 11 he inll Missoul on Thursday. Thry will then run lver t11e west end of the division, completing tile inspee tion trip. A.rnt N. If. Mason of the Northern PIn'ifii yoesterdayv rtelveuvd a telerram froni .1. I. Italrd. general freight agent at St. Pitul. to the effect that tile trafficr ion the lakes. would open on April 23. The hoatla will leave Buf fain on that date and run to Duluth and N1ptrlier. "There in a good deal rf Ilinlless waliting at RuIffal." said Mr. Masnn, "and the news that th" take traffic in to, resutIle Is wIlcomled by IIlAiIy."' The manlltly trealllurer's offliie yaester lay distrltuted tax recellpts to the railriads for the pulllrpose of collecting road and I pll taxes. This action is far from popular with the railroad emplolyet, who mllade n vigorous pro test lasIt year. which resulted in a grand jury investigation. ,hiin Mtcienia, chief clerk in the uilnater itnlletlnic' officel at the North ern Paclfic. left yesterday for 11aI lace. where ihe was called on company 1;uwllohn.B It will probably be iundlay before thll Pliget Hound offllclls. who lire making a t horough inlspection of the Piliget Hound and Its adjacent coun tr.y arrive ll Misotilla. Tihe party will arrive in Hlutti today and will make ai side trip to nSI1t I;ke biefore comning no west. President Earling and about _11 othler capitalllt are in tile party. Messrs. RHtekelfellr. gttliman and C'orey arte among the tinun who will Ito In Misn ohula aon. Assltanl (;,lnti rI uperintendent I?. ii. larrett anld Division Flreiglht and Pallusenger Agi.nt IIlliinan of the Plget Noiuriln pansed througllh Minssoiula ye.s trdtily lfternloon ion a tripll over the l,'swt end of tile dlivision. Imllligration Agent . t 1. ('ook of the P'uget lounldl spendilng a few lays iLn tile cily. Mr. Cook's head iquti rers Is in Citahhgo. THE WEATHER It waasa Iaiucelhan weather yerntPrday the kind thei faIn in llike, how'auunse friom1 ione hlnrinlg to the lnext it was tlIn pIossible to Itll whether It would raln o"t shine. (ine little llsprinkhle was thle extaint iof the' iihlr, bi.ut thisn wan not allllgh lto y the duet Hod cau sed lno il'Inveilll iince' . 'ITh r.ecords' follow: Maximum go Ml intiimm ;a At 6 a. m. Theriitinetr 3. : I rliineter t . . . At 6 p. m. 'T'heiriaiieter ta tli nrllelr ter ..... . . 71 Northeast wind. PRESS AGENTS TALK OF THEIR SHOWS At the Bijou. In uhiliala to ant unsurpassed pIrE. graIl ollll the lilghest cllais of licenled pltiresl'i, the Ilijou niniaagenna t a ill, for it limiuted lenlgth of time, olffer its platrolns a tspeiclal attractionl of tahe very lieat vialn diuctsli rendere'd lby Profesaior C(lariincie Havea and Itaaltph liovae'a T'ie f'lrst of thlle urlen of ithi allltas will be givien tlllht, when the niextelt frota "ltila I)i lianllmeraoiiar" will be featurtllred. Plrofainaor ClarenIea'I IIaavee, who Is tligeaporalrlly uion a v\ilt hlre', is in Iuncle o our l taIllenti(l hlulder, Rialtph ovee, iand their w,.rk togethler ion the v'iolin li well worth youllr tnie, attention andl aa ltatr i n.illl. (oiia a unt and hear lthem in vihlin iillos, dullct alnd tither nlalusical nov'elties. Aniother llusical treat wil libe giveln F'rlduay. CAMERON FUNERAL. F'uneral services for Misn ('atlherlin ('unleruln, who dild earlyr, Tuestday Illinorlnig at her honle on Alder ltreet, ,will be held at r o'clock this afternsoon In Marlh's chapel. Rev. J. N. Mao lean, D. D., will conduct tile ,ervloce, after which the remains will be taken on Northern Pacific train Nu. 6, to the family home in Morning Sun, Iowa, for burial. tMPROVED IRRIGSATED Fam Loans THRREE PWIV, TEN VYARS. With Privilage. GRO. F. BROOKS Real Estate and Loans Pirst National Bank Buildins. LOCAL BREVITIES Spirella corsets. P'hone 630 red. Addison Sterling of Ronan spent the day in Missoula. Hackman's transfer. Ind. phone 1628. John Matt of Artee had business In Missoula yesterday. Stenographer. Dawson, Montana blk. Reuben Dwight of Clinton visited Missoula yesterday. Marsh. the undertaker, phone 321. It. W. Smith of Honner had business in the city yesterday. J. H. Price. Real estate and loans. Attorney Perry Baker of Hlamlton spent yesterday in this city. Missoula Storage Co., C. R. Avery. Dr. A. K. Resner of nRoten called on friends in this city yesterday. Dr. Willard, osteopath, lst. Natl. bank. A. J. Brower. a prominent banker of IRonan, is in the city this week. Smith, piano tuner. Hoyt-Dickinson. Joseph Bowden, a merchant of Cur vallis, visited the city yesterday. Money to loan. See Taylor & Pear son. Fred Woodworth of Dixon Is in Mis soula for a fewn days on business. Fresh roasted coffee daily. D. & D. West Cedar. Eugene Keeney, a merchant of Car. ter, was a visitor in the city yester day. Humane society. Call Bell phone 899, red or black. Albert Hork and W. A. (Irush, both of Hamllton, were visitors in this city yesterday. A. Hansen's Three lakp and Jeffer son DrivinQ shoes at IAnk's. Mfrs. Henrietta Lindsay and daugh ter of Dixon are here for a day or two shopping. Bring the children to Miller's for hair cutting, under 1st Nat. Ik. C. C. Vincent, postmaster and tner chant of Bonita, spent yesterday in Missoula. Saddle horses for sale or rent at 200 East Main. Either phone 456. T. J. Eastridge of Twin Bridges is here this week visiting his brother, John Eastridge. Hairdressing parlor. Miss Archer, 322 First National batik bldg. Bell 8a8. M. A. O'('onnell, a merchant of St. Ignatious, spent yesterday transacting business in Missoula. Dr. J. Louise Smlth, osteopath, Ma sonic temple. Phone 618; res., 658 red. H. D. nSmart, cashier of the First State bank of Stevensville, was a vis itor in the city yesterday. D)r. Anna James, osteopath, Higgins block. Phone 834 black; res.. 353 red. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Moore of Avery, Idaho, are in Missoula this I week visiting and shopping. Money to loan on ranch and city property. H. D. Fisher. 113 E. Main St. M. E. Lund, a husilness man of St. i Itgis, camne Into Missoula yesterday I to witness the ball game and the box ing match. Missoula Employment Agency for experienced help. Phone 458. t Leroy Blue of Npokane, traveling i freight agent for the New York Cen- i tral lines, called on local merlhants I yesterday. Broken lenses duplicated without a prescription. Newton H. Schwelker, a optical specialist, 203-205 Montana blk. a W. C. Harlan. manager of the Ham ilton Flour Mill colmpany, caume from Hamilton yesterday to spend the day with friends here.'. H.tdy scrathll pads anid waiter r 'iIec':;s for sale at Tihe Mlssoullan of. fice W. C. Whitney of Norwalk, Ohio, president of the A. B. C'hase Piano'n company, spent the day transacting1. business in Missoula. P. W. Hludson, kir, practor. B. & A. ,ullding. Any disease; examination free. Attorney II . . itlff left last even-I" Ilg for Harrisburg, III., where Ie has l Iten summonedl on account of tlue se-* rious illness of Ills mother. I Itali larues. forlmerly with thle i Hpokane (laus collpllny, has comelll to tikIe chlarge of th i light departmlent ofL thei Missoula (tlas c',lnpany. Miss Murray of "ioodwin" torset1 lhop,,. Miokane, is at No. 201 Palace ' IihoIel, wltll a full line of "Uoodwtn" ' cersets, both fronlt and back lace. All corsIets carefully fitted. Tallor & Pearson have compIletedi tile sale of tile Iuc Berrymanu homolnes I on .iluthl Third street to John H. liolbrook, a blacksmlith of tils city. ] Curtlsn lewls of Rutte was In Mis. sumh yesterday, calling on his sister Mrs. George A. McAllistor antid inch delntally attendingl the Ibtaball galne. T'ile women's suits and coats on salt, itt the Woman's Exchange, 316 1-2 Higgins avenue, are new, uPi to-datto style; best quality at lowest I prit'esn. Mr. tnd Mrs. oty MailahUan of Butte i OlaveC been ill M iaoula for tile last / TO TRADE Missoula Reeidenoe for Spokane Dwelling. We )Ihav a choice holn, close in, tlat we will trade for a delirable Spokane home. W. H. 8mead Company Phone 381 Red. Higgine Sleek, Miseoula, Mont. teat Mid-S. ' In the second week of our great midseason sale many new bargains are to be found. Every day sees the the ing out of specials that were put in at the beginning of the sale. A personal visit to the store will reveal many bargains not advertised. 'Come in and look them over. Silks,, wool dress goods, wash dress goods and domestics during this midseason sale at ,prices thaitare ridicu lously low. It is well to supply your needs for now as well as for future use. • , ,ilks Wool Dress Goods About .60 shaes, .inch China siliks; regularly worth 50c; sale Six pieces U0-Inch sulting.; mostly in light ochecks; sultable for price, rd ................................................................................ ................ ... 3 5 ot children' dresses, etc.;'rgular c value ; ule price, yard...... About 86 pieces taffetas and messallnes, in solid colors; regularly worth 35 pieces 30-inch mohairs, serges, Panantas and novelty sultings, It a' .7to and 8ic; suitable for wasts, petticoats, etc.; malo rice, 47c wide range of colorings; material formerly selling at 65I, ,c 47c yard ....................... ..................................................................... . .. and a yard; sale price, yard ' C.................................... .......... About 16 short length. In RaJahs, ShantuiWs and Moire silks, 59 to 30 pe 1 to ich ut , rgs, Pnamal, r di formerly selling front 1.00 to r 1, . a yard. S p inches wide , yard, onais, batistes and fancy minxtures; formerly selling at $1; l1.2, 6c Black taffetas and mouilres, 27 and 86 incese wide; formerly V5C $1,35 and $1.50; sale price, yard..... ............. selllng at ,$1.35 and $1.50. Sale price, yard....... ........... price, yard .............................................................. Black taffetas, full yard wide, formnerly selling at 11.10 nnd $1.15 Dress Ginghams, Percales and Muslins 82.00 a yard; sale price.yard................................... .......... . rc 30 lideces 3-inch ginghams, In solold colors, neat checks andi 1ý Wash Dres Goods stripes; regularly worth SO; ale price, yard ........... ................ IG pieces, 80 to 32" Inch printed lawn and bItistes, In all the dilnthiat 1,000 yards tied Seal and Tolle du Nord dress inglhamsn in an endie patterns u nd coloring of the spring season; a regular 10e quallty; 7 I lasyortinent of latterndsail a olorl, yar romwhich to choose; regu 12 pleces s8.inch figured foulards, in regular silk desaigns and colorings; 1,000 yards or more, Ilglt and dark percales c td corded imadrn., i' blues, a beautiful soft-finisited fabric so desirable for summer frocks; grays, mauve and white grounds: an endless assortment to select 1 a regular 15 quality;' sale price, yard ....... ........ . Ifo : regular 10e qlallty;: ale prl.e, ytrd.......................................... 50 pieces fine baltintes and dimities, i datillty tigurer andu dots in all the 50 pieces, about 2,500 yards standarld prints, in light and dlark colorings most desirable tints and shades; a regular 15c iluallty; sale and shitrting styles; selling in most stores at 7 1-2e and 8 1-3 5c y a rd ; sa le p rice , y a rd .................................................................................... price ........................ .......................................... .. ................... LIM IT, 0 Y A R D T O A C U T O M R. 12 pieces figured organdles, fou!urts and brillinatints, in a pretty LiMIT, 20 YARDS TO A CUSTOMER. range of colorings; regular 35e quality; sale pric',, yard ....... .... i0 pieces unlhi'acrhed muslin, mostly used for house linings; rguI. 4 15 pieces foulard radiutms, satin stripes, select colored berges and 35 larly worth 6 1-4c yard: sale price, yard ...... ................... Persian tigures:; formerly worth 50c; sale price........ ..... 5 LIMIT, 25 YARDS TO A CUSTOMER, 20 pieces silk mixed sultings, plain colors and fancy figures in serge efl 100 yards Berkley cambric, the 15e quality, while It lasts, per 12I feots, etc.: suitable for summer dresses, waists, etc.; formerly 4 yard . .. .................................... .... worth c, 7c and $1; ale price ............................................ .............. LIM IT, 25 YARDS TO A CU TOMER. SILK STOCKINGS SACRIFICED WOMEN'S PURE THREAD SILK BOOT STOCKINGS. WOMEN'S PURE THREAD SILK, AN ALL-SILK SROCKING. LIsle garter top and soles; a..tocking made to sell at 0c a pair. As good as jnost stores ask you $2.00 for; our regular $1.0 $ 1 ,Our regular' c quality. Sale price, pair............................................ quality; black and tan. Sale price, pair ................... ............ WOMEN'S SILK BOOT STOCKINGS. WOMEN'S PURE THREAD SILK STOCKINGS. Regular and outslzes; black, white and tan; regularly selling at In black, sky, pink and white; a beautiful quality and a splendid wearing 65c and 75c. Bale price, pair................. ......................... 50C stoking; our regular $2.00 quality. Special sal.e pri'e, Ier $1.35 The bov the gr at t to ng barpair .............................. ............................................. .. . WThe av is the greatest stocking baraILn in MC tanS. WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S COTTON STOCKINGS. WOMEN'S PURE THpR'rAD SILK STOCKgiNeS. 10 dozena hwotten's tpertine cotton stockings: they are Imade for hard Wid' garter top and ,lsle ole and heel; black only. The best 85c w Or. rewulr l0e quali,, ty,. (,or . special sale price,. Ipr Iaulr, 10 $1.00 value it M issoula. Sale price, pair ............................................... iC only WOMEN'S PURE TH'READ SILK STOCKINGS. 96 dozen children's fine' ribh.'d lisle thread stockings; a full ratnge of sizes F'ull regular made,. lislegarter top and heels and toes; a stocking that is In the lot; a regular 35S quality. T'hey go, In this i secil salle at, 25C universally' sold at $1.25 pair; black and tuns. Sale price, 95 per par ........................... ........ .............. pair ..... ..... .........................One special lot of chilldren's fine lisle stockings, in I..Ick, tan. red and light WOMEN'S PURE THREAD HEAVY ALL-SILK STOCKINGS. blue; not all sizes in every color; regular 2Oc and 35c values. Sale Wear like cottn., yet they are pure silk. Our regular $2.75 and $3.00 price, 3 pairs for .............. .................................. . . 'qualities. We piace them on special sale at the low price of. $2925 100 dozen boys' heavy ribbed stockings; sizes 6 to 1; regularly 50 per air ................................................. .. .... a llng at 2 c pair. Our special price for this sale, 3 airs for....... MISSOULA'S POPULAR 7 ' F FI THE GOLDEN RULE STORE TRADING CENTER V MISSOULA, MONT. • - -mi I el•n -• P / •I I NIIIi III I II 0 two days, while Mr. Mallahan con sulted a, physician at the Northern Pacific hospital. Mr. Mallahan ex pe(.ts to return before long and un dergo a slight olperatlon. Vrank E. Rlgg of Butte spent a few hours In the city yesterday and saw the Missoula-IButte ball game, after which he went up the E'tter Itoot valley. Supertllfehdent J. A. Forehand of the Postal Telegraph Is In Mlssoula superlntending the transfer of the of lice from Mr. Snyder, who has been promoted to the Butte office. Mrs. H. J. Lonaky and her three sons of Spokane are here for a few days, anemts In the home of her sister, Mrs. WIll Marion. on IPast Pine street. They are going later to Butte for a visilt. 'Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Woodbury left last evening on the Northern Pacific railroad for their old dhome In Mar Ihalltown, oa, Iow where they will vlslt friends and relatives for several weeks. William E. Applegate, who Is eln gaged in construction work with the Clifton & Applegate company, came into Mlssoula yesterday from Priest river. He will be here for several days. llubert L. Hlebe, of Plainsapplied yesterday for additional homestead entry on 65 acres In forest list 1-797 of section 4, township 25 north, range 28 west. The upplication was sus pended. " Attorney I.. C. o)elton has taken one of the three rooms of the Taylor & Pearamn company In the B. & A. building, and Dr. S. W. Hudson, chl ropractilcan, has taken the rooms for merly occupied by Mr. Bolton. Clarence \. Rowdebush of Spokane made apllication yesterday for home stead entry Ion 40 acres in unit "D," the northwest lqullrter of the north west quarter of section 25, township 19 nlorth, range 21 west. The applica tioll Was app)roved. LOCAL SOCIETY Lend-a-Hand Society. Mrs. Mills will be hostess for the Lend-a-Hand society of the Metho. diet church tomorrow afternoon at her home, 535 Rollins street. Mothers' Club. The Mothers' club will be enter 'tatined this afternoon by Mrs. Lynn Ambrose at her home, 410 Eddy avenue. Alpha Chapter. The Alpha chapter of the Young Women's' Christian assolation had a good practical service meeting yester day afternoon with Mrs, Inch, at her home on South Fourth street east. All unftnished work was comnpleted and these are many pretty scrap books and picture stol ecards besides a plaeced quilt to show for the thoughtful Indus try of this group of high school girls. It was decided to continue the meet Ings of the circle at intervals during the summer vacation. Those prese'nt yesterday were Mrs. S. R. Inch. Miss Houston. the Misses Pansy E.-ans. Lela Kltt, Katherine Sloan, Irene Granger, Beatrice Inch, Lydia Morris, Sadles Morris, Helena Gardner, Josie Jones, Elizabeth Klobe, Helen Orr, (Fer trude Orr and Florence Thompson. Class Banquet. The Baracca class of the Methodist church Sunday school, taught by Mrs. -. A. McAllister, enjoyed a .splendid banquet in the church dining room last evening. There were 5ll young men seated about tables artiutically decorated with the blue and white of l the class colors. Mrs. Henley's sec tion of the Lend-a-Hand society served the extensive and delicious Inulu. Rev. Edward Ilaird Mills, D. D., pre sided as toastmaster and Introduced a number of clever and acceptable after dinner speakers. Officers Elected. fl'he board of directors of the Young Women's Christian association mlet Monday afternoon and elected officers to serve the coming year. Mrs. C. L. Kl. Kellogg was elected vresident; Mrs. W. F. Book, vice president; Mrs. George Fox, secretary, and Mrs. E. H. Hershey, treasurer. In view of the fact that Mrs. Fox will be out of town for a considerable part of the thie during the spring and summer, Mrs. Harold High was appointed by the 'president to serve as assistant secre tary. Mrs. Tylar 13. Thompson was elected to represent Missoula on the territorial committee which is an exec utive board for the Y. W. C. A. in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Mon tana. tana. - - Faselnau ng lair for Women It's easy to Have Natural Colored, Luxuriant and Radiant Hair. Igo many womnent have gray' and faded hair that nmakes them appear they really are. They are not using HAIY' HAIR HEALTH. If your hair. Is gray or faded: If your hair is full of dandruff; If your scalp itches --get a bottle of HAY'S HAIR HRAALTH at the Garden City Drug Co. today; use it regularly and you'll be surprised at the results. HAY'S HAIR HIAI4TH It guaran teed to give satisfaction or money back, -Ii A Good Under standingr ? Of this business is best obtained b y a personal trial of its serv Ice. Pages of type could not give such a compre hensive Idea of our way of sell Ing mleats as a single visit to this store. You and we should certainly be ac quainted. Why not favor us with a call today? Central Meat Market 116 West Main Bell Phone 15. Ind. Phone 471 SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN STATE BANK Missoula, Montana. United States Depository for Postal Savings Fund.' TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANK. ING BUSINESS. Travelers checks, drafts and letters of credit aivilable in all parts of the world. Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent. Interest Paid ed Savings Aooounts and Certifloates of Deposit. Orton Brothers 426 HIGGINS AVENUE, State Agents Steinway & Sons Chickering & Sons Vose & Sona, Kimball and several other hlgh.irad planeos. TRY A MSOU1IJA t A0 AD For Seed Fancy Early. Rose Potatoes Spring Rye Fall Rye The demand for the above is such as to warrant planters to se cure an ample supply of seed at once. " MISSOULA MERCANTILE COMPANY * Us An Electric Table Stove COOKS FRIES IOILS IAKES Missual ULgt &Waler Co. J :: [ ]' li . ,, * , ,.. ... . . . .