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The accuracy of no book has ever
been better attested than that of "The
Amecleat Government." by Frederic J.
Maskti , which Is now being offered to
the readers of The Missoullian. The
10 ohapters were read and approved
by the 30 most eminent authorities of
the government before the book was
allowed to go to the printer. The au
thor fintished his work just about the
time the extra session of the Sixty
second congress was adjourning. Ev
ery official of the government was
busy as a bee getting ready for ad
journment day and tile long deferred
President Taft was overwhelmed by
cabinet and congressional affairs, and
by the calls of senators, representa
tives and other officials. He simply
could not take the time utnder such
stress to read the chapter on The
Presidency, so in a minute's talk with
MKr. Haskin, he said he would put it
In his pocket and read it on the way
to Beverly. The next day he wrote
the author an autograph letter pro
nouncing it interesting and accurate.
Vice President Sherman called his
corps of senate employes around him
on a Sunday afternoon and read aloud
to them the chapter on the Senate.
making pencil notations on the mar
gin of the manuscript of the changes
he deemed necessary.
Speaker Champ Clark was going to
Virginia to rest over Sunday, so he
took the chapter on the House of Rep
resentatives along with him on the
The chapter on the Panama Canal
bad to travel more than 4,000 miles. It
was sent to Colonel George W. Goeth
ais, chairman and chief engineer of
the Panama canal. He read it and
changed two words. Then he sent it
back with the laconic Indorsement, "0.
K., G. W. W ."
Perhaps the chapter which was gone
over most of all was the one on "The
Postal Service." Postmaster Gen
eral Hitchcock had each of the four
assistant postmasters general, and
about everybody else in the depart
ment who knew anything aeout the
postal service to go through the manu
script with a fine tooth comb to make
sure that all the statements in it were
Some of the chapters had to follow
their sponsors away an vacation
jaunts, and others had to intercept the
officials on hbusiness trips, but finally
the last chapter passed through tile
"0. K." process and tile book was sent
to press more completely vouched fir
by eminent authorities than any other
volume that ever has been issued in
this country.
If you will savye the coupons from
The Mlssoultan and plrocure a copy.
you will bhe nmor" than replai for the
slight trouble alnd texpense.
With only about two-thirds of Its
regular membership present and
handicapped by a strong breese which
came in such gusts as to nmake it
almost inpossible to keep music sheets
on the jtands, the Missoula band
gave another excellent concert yes
terday afternoon at the courthouse
square and entertained a large crowd.
The band played for an hour, render
Ing the program which was given, in
The Missoullan yesterday.
$3,200 will buy a dandy 80-acre farm, well cultivated;
good improvements; on main road, near a good town;
finest kind of black loam soil; here is a real snap and
if you are looking for a good farm, with a good water
right, that will make you a nice home for life,
here it is.
$3,000 for a nice home in Spokane; will trade for a
small ranch worth about $5,000. What have you to
$1,050 for one five-acre tract; nice and level; fine
young orchard; no improvements; $350 cash, balance
$15.00 per month.
$3,750 for a fine 75-acre farm; good water right; no
improvements; all good black loam.
FOR RENT-A nice, new, cozy little four-room modern
bungalow, $20.00 per month. It's at 824 Cottonwood
street, near south side fire station.
FOR RENT-A cozy three-room cottage, close in on
south side; $15.00 per month.
FOR RENT-Five-room modern residence, furnished,
$27.50 per month; good lawn; fine shade.
I HAVE FOR TRADE a good orchard home for city
$550 for a good, sound, young work team, well matched
and weigh 2,900 pounds; one 5 years, the other 6
years old.
$1,050 for a five-room cottage just this side of the
Rattlesnake bridge, on East Pine street; good large
$11,000 for 110 feet by 75 feet on Higgins avenue.
It's the corner just east and adjoining the business col
lege. It's a snap.
$850 for a four-passenger Buick auto, in good con
$750 for a 40-horse power, four-cylinder Overland auto.
This car was bought new last season and cost $1,450.
Corner of Main and IH Mlp Avenyg, Independent Phone Wr8
The Old Wae1eM Mentona Natiopel Bank Building.
r l I . . fl y l - -
Missoula Knights Templars, dresaed
in full uniform, attended In a body the
Ascension day services arranged for
them at the Church of the Holy Spirit
yesterday forenonn. Rev. H. . Geat
iey preached a fitting sermon for the
occasion and the choir rendered speelt
and beautiful musical numbers.
In his sermon Mr. Gatley touched
upon the history of the gncient order
of Knights Templars which was found.
ed in Jerusalem in 1118 by Hugh De
Payens and eight men-at-arms for the
purposes of defending the approsehes
to Jerusalem and make safe to pitl
grims their visit to the holy sepulcher.
Tile order had a rapid growth under
the sanction of both church and state
and became the great military organ
Iration of the age. The purpose of the
organisation was to fight for Christ and
his church. It played an important
part In the crusades. The order was
destroyed by Philip IV of F.rance and
Clement V, bishop of Rome, in the
fourteenth century.
The modern order was founded in
1785 in England by the Duke of Athol,
taking the ancient name and patterning
its ritual and organiation after those
of the old order. Like the original
knights the members of the modern
organization are pledged to defend the
Christian religion.
"There are three ways in which the
modern knights may strive more ear
nestly to defend the christian doctrine,"
said Mr. Gatley. "First, by believing
in the doctrines and teaching of the
faith: second, by supporting the chris
tian religion: third, by standing for the
principles of religion, in civic as well
as in private life, in every community
where a commandery exists."
Mr. Gatley eloquently unfolded hls
theme and his sermon was pluch ap
IChicago. May 19.-Harry 8. New,
chairman of the sub-committee on ar
rangem.ents for the republican na
tional convention, In an interview to
night said nothing further has been
done regarding naming a temporary
chairman. When the sjb-commlteee
adjourned yesterday it was announced
the selection had been left with Mr.
"Z' vind she blow" last night. Early
in the afternoon the gusts commenced
to pick up the dust and make things
disagreeable for those who were out
to enjoy the otherwise beautiful day.
Early evening found a regular Living
ston twister sweeping down from the
northeast. ilgns rattled and squeaked
and everything of lighter weight lying
louse about the streets was wafted
away. The only real damluge, however,
except to a score or more of hats, somne
of which had to be chased for several
blocks, befell the J. M. Lucy & Sone'
cstablishmnent, where a hard gust blew
in a pane of the plateglass window
about seven by 10 feet in size.
Cuxhaven, Germany. May 19.-The
German turbine cruiser Goeben In a
trial trip developed a speed of 80
knots an hour. This makes her the
h,(spdlest big ship in the Germrnan navy.
A very ejyble gsoot wa held t
yeaterdtvy forenoon when pB. D0I lel.,
former . . Bko butow o
Or e sd tomes and new additions
out at l a0.ik Buildomewha,
A very enjoyable shoot was held at
the traps of the Mlissoula Gun club
yesterday forenoon when Cth . Daniele,
formerly of South Dakota but now of
Orchard Homes and a new addition
to the membership of the club, won
Individual honors by breaking d4 birds
out of 60. This score is somewhat
remarkable considering the fact that
the traps yesterday were shooting tho
rocks 40 yards Instead of the usual
50, thus giving much more speed "t'
the target. C. 0. Elton of the Rem.
ington Arms Union Metallic Cartridge
company, was high professlonal yes
terday. )he tying Mr. Daniels in the
shoot for 60 singles.
The Sore Seard.
The following was the score in tAe
60-bird event: Ehlman. 37: Serlbner,
31; Allen, 38; 'Woody, 40: Smith, 10;
Paiuon, Jr., 3214 Pew, 2a: Elton, 41;
England, S3; Dantels, 41: Deschamps,
12; Rost, 6.,
In addition to the usual 50 singles
the cldb yesterday had an event of
10 doubles when the score was as fol
lows: Allen, ; Scorlbner, 7; Des
champs, 6; Ehlman; 4; Elton, 9.
Men's tan oxfords, button and lace,
$4.00, $5.00, $6.00, at Mapes & Mapas.
R. R. Jones of Apokane was in the
city yesterday.
Spirella corsets. Phone 680 red.
Furniture for sale. 701 8. 5th W.
J. D. Hayes was in Missoula from
Itutte yesterday.
Haekman's transfer. tad. phone 162-.
Florshelm's soft-cuslion sole shoes
for men at Mapes & Mapes. The best
for sore feet.
J. M. Gregory visited in town yes
terday from Avon.
Stenographer. Dawson, Montana btk.
Marsh, the undertaker, phone 321.
C'harles Jensen was a visitor in Mis
soula from Dixon yesterday.
Barefoot sandals for men, women
and children at Mapes & Mapes. Cool
and comfortable.
M. C. Ross of iron Mountain spent
Sunday in the Garden city.
J. M. Price. Real estate and loans.
Missoula Storage Co., C. R. AVery.
W. Cain of Spokane arrived in MIs
souls yesterday on business. .
Keep your feet cool with a pair of
those new $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00 oxfords
at Mapes & Mapes.
JF. Twetchell arrived yesterday
from Bllllngs on a business trip.
Dr. Willard, osteopath. slt. NatL bank.
Money to loan. Taylor & Pearson.
G. Welsford was called from Lothrop
to MJssoula on business yesterday.
Pure silk sox, in colors, only 500 a
pair, at Mapes & Mapes.
I. B. Vessella spent yesterday in the
city from his home at Hamilton,
Baggage and transfer. Phone 128
Try the Windsor hotel 30-cent meals.
Best In the city.
J. milth of Butte is calling on
friends here, he having arrived Sunday.
Mlssoula Ice Co. Phone 2337 Ind.;
310 black. Crawford & Walker.
Humane society. Call Bell phone
899, red or black. P. O. box 781.
C. Vobberding came to the Garden
city from Livingston yesterday morn
All styles in men's oxfords at
Mapes & Mapes. The price is $3.00
to $6.00 pair. Keep your feet cool,
Mrs. J. M. Flugstad came down from
Hamilton and visited in Missoula over
Saddle horses for sale or rent at
200 East Main. Either phone 466.
Dr. J. Louise Smith, osteopath, Ma
sonic temple. Phone 618; res., 688 red.
J. E. Matthews of Darby was among
the several valley visitors in tihe city
Board and room, Windsor hotel, $1.0,
per day. Best in city.
N. D. Ricker and wife of Stevens.
ville were amoing the visitors in Mis
soula yesterday.
illk hosiery for women, 85c, 5Oc,
$I.J5 and $1.00, Ini prevailing color!.
All reinforced heels and garter tops,
Males & Mapes.
Mrs. W. H. Merriman and daughter
of 1uttc, where Mr. Merriman makes
his headquarters as freight and pas.
o1-acre orchard' tract, a good one,
close lin, for a desirable city prop.
A good ranch property for good
city home,
To rent a 5-room house, nearly
new; water in kltchen; one blook
from north side schoolhouse; $10
per month,
W. Basd o pay
to eattl
ton shoes. bii,
lot just i & Ma t es.
W. V. tivingston sad $J
'Dvan o* I in KtmeuISi
vItit6 w terday.
Monerr on onb anad oal
prol r , her, 11$ B 'M
Blsinem ss tned With .1*4l0 i
brought $amsp mond to MIseoual.
from 4a. i r Sunday.
ea hoe 4
P. .,e ltty Wt ud. l tt#:
to the cifo hospital lPI
teray UIlN,'' f1 attention .
"+'. a e,., button and 1a04
In all klhdl ` +L men's o0lfo4.,at
aplpes ` Map at $1.00 to $100.
T 3. 4·usy on bUd LB t
ts In. lt t etrday, havetn 0Sh4
to the clif Thompson 1P41.m
P. W. luda.. kIno naotor. S. & A;
bldg. Anly dlriabI; examinatlon fre
D. W. Tu, . president of the Old
National btaid Spovkane, arrived in
Missoula yeste ryy, accompanied by his
D.C Anna .mSee. osteopath, Nlgglan
block. Phonl 814. black; res., 58 fed.
J. . Gamble spent yesterday in Mll-.
souls. Mr. Gampble came over from
Butte to make some business arrange.
Bring your sore feet to us. Cool
oxfords and .a bod fit will pay you
to do so. M&pes & Mtapes.
i P. Hamlin, a railroad man of Liv
lhgston arrived hire yesterday to enter
the Northern Paolfo hospital. Mr.
Hamlin is IUtat.rlDg with rheumatism.
Handy sOgatoh pads and waiter
cheo'sa for sale at The Misuoullan oft
W. B. Vravath, connected with the
Northerh Paolfo passenger department
in Butte, spent the day In Missoula
with friends yesterday. lHe waS ac
companled by his son.
Broken lease duplloated without a
prescription. Newton IL ochwelker,
optical specialist, t00.30 Montatna bik.
SAntonio Laporto. an Italian laborer
of the Northern Pacific at Sandpoint,
caune to MisAeUla yesterday to enter
the company hospital for surgical at
tention. The patient has Suffered an
Injury to his head.
The greatest line of men's solid
built work shoes in Missoula; $3.50 to
$d.oo. Mapes apes.
Mrs. George Bastilay wishis to an
nounce that she has opened a dress.
making parlor Ia the Montana build
ing. room 505. Bell phone 681.
V. J. Applegate, the well-known
railroad contractor of Spokane, came
to Missoula on business yesterday. He
will, in all probalbility, continue on to
the camps near Anaconda, where the
firm of Clifton & Applegate Is engaged
in construotlon ,the new road from
Anaconda to Geotgetown.
We sell the famobs "No Korn" shoes
for sore teat. Slgutlr udtuon oures.
Mapes A Mapes.
Hemer's dyssey.
Homer's Odyssey, a film 3,000 feet in
length, produced by the Milano com
pany of Italy, comes to the Harnols
theater Wednesday and Thursday,
May 22 and 38. It will be remembered
that the Milano company also pro
duced Dante's Inferno, the wonderful
production shown at .the Harnois last
December. There have been' three
sreat films produced since motion pic
tures passed the fad stage and became
in reality a medium of learning and
art: "The Passion Play," "Dante's
Inferno," and now, the latest and most
picturesque, "Homer's Odyssey." The
film cost $3004000 and required two
years for its making, During its build
ing an entire Greclan city was re
stored. The story is of tremendous
interest, typifying the best example or
mnafhood in the days of paganism.
Ulysses, the hero, was king of Ithaca
at the beginning of the 10-year.Trojan
war. With others he went to battle.
~When the conquest ended he started
home. Then began his marvelous
series of adventures; shipwrecked,
captured by a giant, held prisoner by
a goddess, and a hundred important
happenings take place b6fore he final
ly reaches his kingdom, where further
troubles await his home coming. Be
lieving him dead, his estates have been
violated and his wife is about to be
forced into a marriage with one of
her numerous suitors. A great fight
In which Ulysses rids himself of the
suitors forms the ollmax of the story.
One is impressed with the mag
nifloence and massiveness of the pie
tures shown, the evident aiae and
costliness of their taking, the orystal
clear photography, and the power of
the dramatic story unfolded.
Of especial interest In the film are
the shipwreck scene, showing the play
of llghtining which breaks the big
vessel in two: the leave-taking of
Ulysses from Calypso, the goddess;
the sea-god, Poseidon, wreaking his
vengeance on Ulysses; the encounter
of the sallors with the oMpreyed giant
'n Cyclops; the hurling of the huge
stone after the parting of Ulysses,
creating a giant tidal wave, and the
passing of the Sirens, The destruc
tion and burning of the tiolent city
of Troy is shown.
The "Odyssey" while not widely
known among the masses; has been
prominent in the minds of atldents
and men of letters for all tiue. Homer
and the "Odyssey" form an Inpertant
part in the educational system of all
The costumes for over 1,000 people
takng part in the film were m1.a40 to
speoall order. The ships wued were
built In Italy "at the ghlpyards of
Glovanni and sailed unp th o.r 'oWp
power to the Grecian v ,
Perims Penie, WednM M
For the acommo j of
who wish to attend t. Dp Q4,
oreponie s inident to
the new bridge' at
Wedpsiday, the Northl
stop all regular pegg
oept Was. 1 an8. :'
,ir r
a' You wouldn't tink of drinking imur water. ,
Why not be sure you gat oure beer? ,If you
drink beor from a light bottle that has been exijosed
to light. you are not sure. ' ...
Light starts deay, even in ur beer. /
SSchli.ts is brewed in the dark, aged in glass-lined
steel-enameled tanks. Every tub, vat and tank is
scalded very time used. Every bottle is sterili *
after it is sealed. Even the windows in our bottling
lant are of brown glass. -
S The Brown Bottlepro.
teats Sohlit. purity from the
brewery to your glas .
Los Angeles Wine Co.
III West Main St.
Missoula, Mont.
Tia M randld " F lits"
That Made Milwaukee famou
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A Simple Remedy Seautifies the Hair,
Cures Dandruff, Steps Falling Hair.
What a pity it is to see so many
people with thin, wispy hair, faded or
streaked with gray, and realise that
most of these people might have soft,
glossy, abundant hair of beautiful color
and lustre it they would but use the
proper treatment. There is no neces*
sity for gray hair under osity-five
years of age, and there is no exusme
for anyone, young or old, having thin,
straggliln hair, either full of dandruff
or heavy and rank smelling with ex
cessive oil.
You can bring back the natural color
of your hair in a few days and forever
rid yourself of any dandruff ad loose
hairs, and make your hair grow strong
and beautiful by using Wyeth'sa ke
and Sulphur Hair Remedy. Foor gene
ations common garden Sage has been
used for restoring and preserving the
color of the hair; and Sulphur is reo
9gnised by Scalp Specialists as belng
exoellept "for treatment of hair end
scalp trouble.
If you are troubled with dandruff
or itcoing scalp, or if your hair is
loalng its color or coming out, et a
flftyorsent bottle of Wyeth's SagI and
Sulphlin' from your druggist, and no
tice the improvement in the appear
anoe of your hair after a few days'
Speal agents, Missoula Drug Co.
Phoenix, Aris. May iL.--After hav
1; 4besn to session a days, the lat
two oontlnuously. both houses of the
£visona lgislrtuw. edjourned sine die
Ic.st night. After adjournmset it was
puoln4osd4 i na mnsi$ from Gov.
,&F 2lbInt that a peJa l Us aon, e
As palls4. `! ve~na
lobws vo' stP4r~r
!IE 70 RElT E
S By Miles the Best
They average 25 per cent
more mileage than other
tires. The uniform
strength in Fisk Heavy Car
Type construction is the
explanation. The Fisk
Company has succeeded in making a "balanced tire"
-one in which all parts show equal resistance to wear.
Telephone us your orders at our expense and we
will ship immediately by prepaid exprss from our
new and complete stock. Write for price list.
Valley Mercantile Co.
Four. ?q work how
Famous SIx-Po0it
t Electrkf on,
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