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ARMY, able bodied, unmarried men, between ages of it and S6, oltisens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write the Eng lish language. For further informas tba, apply to recruiting ottofficer, d floor Allen blockt, 10 Higgins Ave., Miuoula. HELP WANTED-PFEMALE. GOOD GIRL AT MODERN CONFEC tionery. 109 E8st Main. WANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GEN eral housework. Apply 814 North Third. EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR HOUSE work. Mrs. John M. Evans, corner Maurice and Beckwith. SITUATIONS WANTED-MALE. WANTED-POSITION COLLECTING by young man; work part time on commisslon preferred. Address P. L B., Missoullan. WANTED-SALESMEN. AN OPPORTUNITY FOR A LIVE man selling our guaranteed Yakima Valley grown nursery stock; ex elusive territory; outfit free; cast weekly; "hustle," not experience, re. quired. Toppenlsh Nursery com pany. Toppenalb. Wash. HATTER. rATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED Hlt Bon. 411 North Higgins avenue AUCTIONEER. K. L. KIRKHART, LICENSED AUC. tioneer; live stock; real estate; tarn sales; satisfaction guaranteed. Of. floe, 119 W. Cedar St., phone 684. Great Offer In the Great Blackioot Valley One of the finest, most beautifully located ranches to be found anywhere; deep rich soil; 880 acres; 1,000 inches first decreed water right; fair improve, ments; all machinery and tools, horses, eto. This property is worth $50,000; it is the biggest snap ever offered in this country; $10,000 cash, good terms on balance, at 6 per cent interest. This is the best propositions we.have ever offered; it is near the new railroad and lays level and beautif ful. T'h land produces 50 to 100 bushels of oats per sere and two ~andl onehatf to foir tons of hay per. acre; an ideal place. M & •s12 \ i.. ,... : -.0 .. iiin SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. HOUSEWORK BY EXPERIENCED F girl. Address A. Mlssoullan. POSITION AS CHAMBERMAID IN F hotel. 686 E. Cedar. Bell 184 black. WANTED CURTAINS TO AAUNDWIL. l 1*02 Vine street: phone ad,. 1S71. WOMAN WANTS DAY WORK OF 0 any kind. Call 780"N. Fifth or phone 989 black. WOIAi N WANTS WORK rP THE t day; any kind. Phone 667 red. or - apply 680 Harris. P HELP WANTlD. WANT.D-WOMAN DiSHWASHER. $20, out of oity; One office girl; one man who understands pruning trees, $60: one waitress for lunch counter. G. P. Emp. office, 837 Higgins avenue. WANTED - CHINAMAN TO DO - general housework for small tam Ily on ranch; eaperienoe not neces sary; must be Industrious and will Ing. Call Rural 90. black, Hamilton - Bell Exchange. a - WANTED-STATION WEN, $*.50; drillers, $.560; muckers, $.356; Pal- - con, Ida. Free. jare; ship daily. S Teaahsters' for the woods, $2.76; sawyers, $2.76; swampers, $S.60. Grand Paoiflo Employment Co., 327 Higgins Ave. C MEN AND WOIkN TO LEARN r barber trade in eight weeks: special - Inducements now; percentage paid S while learning; tools tree; secured over 10,000 positions 1911; graduates earn $15 to $56 weekly; catalogue - f tree. Moler System of Colleges, 326 p n Main avenue, Spokane, Wash. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIE8. WESTERN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. G. P. EMP. AGENCY, $17 HIGGINS a avenue. SCANDINAVIAN-AMERICAN LABOR , Agency, 120 West Front street; Bell phone 694. Open day and night. CARPET WEAVING. . - CARPET WEAVING; ALSO INGRAIN D. rues. Naats, 1018 Cooper street; e. Phnne, Bell 861 red. FOR SALE-INDIAN ALLOTMENTS. THREE INDIAN ALLOTMENTS, 80 m acres each, four miles from Poison, r- joinlag the falls. Address John A. 1 Matt, Arle. Mont. -.4 . 1o i Ili uM. b o lathead feervation; must be msold rac0ut Ma sitana. WhitneBro., fIVr . TN, TW TY AND PORTSY tsne tracts InBtter Root valley !r04e w tr rietst1 easy terll g good ocation. tLar n Coohvna, I.-I venasvll. FOR SAL3--1O ACRES, ho .Jm, 10 fru t tr i o. at U I Mont, within -mlnue Wak to P. O. and a god school Write C. A. Sohels, Corvallis, Mont. RANCH FOR SALE - 100 ACRES; improvted six miles from Miaoutla; good water right; 100 cords sesoned woodl $l,000; terms. Inqulre at ranch. J. . Hagbery, Grant Creek APPLY FOR A QUARTER SECTION of valuable Oregon timber land wh'le you have the opportunity; ib reel deno required; either Woman or man or both may apply. For particular. I call on John W. Gardner, Victoria hotel, POR NRNT-NOUlSSi FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, 615 ALDER strt. FOUR-ROOM aLATI; GAS; LAWN. 33? East Pront SP IVE.ROOM O MODERN HOUSE. $16.60. 607 West Spruce. O APARTMENT IN CURRAN 0 flats. ell phone 13 black. - POUR-ROOM HOUSE NEAR N. P. I depot. . Call 125 North Third. POUR-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. * Bell 91., or 838 West Spruce. TWO 4-ROOM MODERN FLATS J. L W. Beard, 401 Cottonwood. Ind. 3601. J -IGHT-ROOf M HOUSI. 333 WEI T Cedar. Inquire 1 t Walt CedhI. SIX ROOMS. MODERN; RANGE and shades; barn. Inquire 111 Vine. - -ROOM APARTMENT. R. sasl apartments. Inquire 713 black. Bell phone. BOWLAND APARTMENTS; FIVE and six rooms. Wheeldon, Bell tl; S Ind. 483. I y. SIX-ROOM MODERN, RANGE. i; shades. 115 Brooks. Inad. Phone 0. 749. ' IT ONE LOWER APARTMENT. PART ly furnished. Hassett flats. Phone N 544 black. at - Id SMALL BUNGALOW NEAR HIGH d school; linoleum, range, shades. N Phone 315 black. 6 IFIVE-ROOM MODERN FLAT CLOSE In on West Spruce. Wheeldon Roa Sat Co., both phones. SEVEN-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE: gas and coal range; nice lawn. 226 South Fourth, west. COTTAGE. FOUR ROOMS;: BATH, pantry, cement cellar, $15:; lose to "R car line. Phone 486 red. FIVE-ROOM APARTMENT WITH steam heat and hot water In Cyr's apartment, 841 South Fourth west ONE MODERN SIX-ROOM HOUSEI, N south side: linoleum, range and stoves. Apply MacGregor, Stephens avenue. NICE EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE, CLOSE 'n. in corner Main and Madison; largen - yards fruit and shade trees. Ina * quire J,. J. Deskin. A. UPPER FOUR-ROOM FLAT, MOD arn, newly kalsomined and papered; . range linoleum; $14, water paid. Inquire on premises, 601 North Sec ond West, or phone. Bell 1008; Ind. 804. TWO-ROOM HOUSE, PURNISHND or unfurnished; will rent unfur nished at $S month. Phone 847, or pply at Mlssoullan. C. B. Lob LOWER 4-ROOM FLAT, MODERN, $16. Upper 4-room flati modern, newly kIalomtned and papered; manger linoleum; $14, water paid. Inquire on premlses, 601 North Bec and west, or phone, Bell 1001; Ind. 604. PFR RENT.-PURNISHED HOUSS. 41 WBEST PINE STREET. t36 NORTE PIFTH STREET. I6-ROOM FURNISHED COTTAGE. Phone 381 purple, NEW SIX-ROOM HOUSB, $16; INDE pendent phone 1l60. FIVE PURNISHED ROOMS, MOD ern. 415 .est Prgnt. EIdHT-ROOM FURNItSHED HOUSE for July and Auuset. Phone 657 .ell, POULTRY AND l00,. DON'T WASTE OUp TIME. BUT a dzltee* tfer1W egs, Sinlle Comb Browm and Whlte Ieghorns, $1 per settiYns speelit oribe per hundred, t10 South Fifth street, weos Phone 9417 blau,. DRRI4AKIN&a wSt PlaSe c i t ym p y , y # tORR lt. oRlldl nk Beltdti RIAL lrSTATS. RED LOTS. 141 Ict,olS qi. M. oard and sheade ash lth oeay ts ermt l.d "a, c. 8., MIsoultan. tOR AL rAxlso; cORNER; ald .i tlo. stear school, 1 on south i e:frUlit and shade trees: rice 8t, Also 5-room new housel oil 4511. lt' S et a bargamln half asuh, ba.os.i to ault. Address, FOR 8 ' BAROAIN-OWN* or WasIM to a modern five-room o2se W t S#810xSO fetet, close In OC. OuBtltl treeL Excellent Io* . catieon; 'f educed for a quick slale; rSi n at once. Address 8. C. , .e Missoullan. MHOUESKEUPINE ROOMS FOR RENT . rs nW. I C s pc I 415 WIOEST PIN. p 42 MADISON STREET. 211 WEBT' SPRUtci, WITH GAS. 615 BOUTH PIPTH ST., WEST, $13. - TWO FURNISHt D HOUsrKcslPING I rooms. Bell phone 10l9. I POUR PUPmlED ROOMS; BATH i. and gas. SI ahst lPront. - MODERN ROOUMS WITH OAR; RENT . reasonable. 49 East Spruce. - NICBLEY PYURNISHED HOUSE I keeplatg gs 02 East Front. . THRBEIROOM 'PURNISHED PLAT; . modern. '8I Squth First street. - THREE UtPtA&Ut ROOMS; WATER L. and electric lit 510 North Fourth straet r. I LIGHT HOUSDKEEPING ROOMS; L, modern, .ith gas. Inquire 605 Al der at. F·OTR OR 1MV. NIICELY FUR nished rooms. 520 South Fourth Swest; "B*el phone 1018. FURNISHED FAT. 2 SUITES. rooms each. ~~quire 0. P. Brooks, . Pirst National Bank block. - THREE ELEGANT MODERN ROOMS I to party without children. 315 Mast S Pront. NEXT TO BUSINESI COLLEGE, 5, urnlshe6 room pr roops. with use a of kltchen apd Rome privileges: la dies preferred. o0 man and wife: no children; references required. Ind. phone 388. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE-INDIAN LANDS, RE linquishments and town property on the Flathead Indiaq reservation, Montana. Address 'The lathead Land Compan)' Ronau. Montana, Mbx 135. WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS. TABLE BOARDERS AT 120 SOUTH Third. o WANTED-GOODI.DIZED TRUNK, IN good condition. 0., care Missoullan. H ONE ROLL-TOP DESK; MEDIUM s alse; price must be right. * B. T.. Mis soulian. B WANTED TO PURCHASE A LARGE secondhand refrigerator. M. M. as Missoulian. - WANTBD-SIOCOND-HAND BAFd'E IN good condition: state else, price and make. Address ISoa 141, Ronan, Mont. FOR SALE OR RENT. FOR BALE OR RUNT--IN SIT vensville, modern cottage, 5 rooms and bath; all improvements; barn, poultry house, root cellar; one to 30 acres to go with it; rent reason able or sell cheap. F. M., Mis soullan. STORAGE GENERAL STORAGE - EVERY thlne on earth; expert packing and goratnr. J. W. Reelyr, 74 W. Cedar. PIRSONAL. REUBEN ARNDT WILL HEAR somethlng to his advantage by ad dressing A. W. Roegner, 807 Pros pect ave., Oshkosh; Wis. MONEY TO LOAN. WE HAVE ($50,009) FIPTY THOU sand dollars to loan ast once, 8 per cent Interest, 2 to 5 years; we can make the loans 'at onee; seoulity must be confined to lands In the Blackfoot valley. Blacktoot Land Co., by W. R. Glassoock, president. WOOD SAWING. woo AWING. CAld, REILLY'S FOR STRATTON' WOOD IAW leave orders at Bonnea's rocery, Bell U14. 7-room modern hhice, near In, on Spruce street, easy terma only U9400* t.oom furnishe4 house, oacres fruit , and cro;.l ,mgepents, wagon, sto. Teora It49o1 4 010, 414 W. IPRWUCE. 4 PIVE. 000D COWS roR BALa. I Bel 1kone $i1 bltek. R.AND WEW GIRL'S BICYCLE cheap. PI~eIe 9I black. FOR ] j BD POTATOES. MIbS s mou amw ooompay., WjISA9, l.0l CWT. MISIOULA 'etºipard, 1!9 West Pine. TWO PRUIIT-OLASS POOL TABLES, .. $SlYLS IsMobsster pooltoom, N3W A IALFA HAY, $14 PER TON. delivered. Bell phohe 919$. Old PAPERS FOR SALE AT MIS soulhan offlo 80sto a hundred. NEARLY NEW DEER BSURREY; fiet orchard west of flour mill. LIGHT SADDLE HORSE FOR lSAAD cheap. 1000 South Second It. 6 HEAD HORSES AND BUGGllES for sale cheap. 125 West Pine. REFRIGERATOR FOR SAL,. CALL mornings, 311 South Fifth west. GENUINE INDIAN NAVAJO BIlAN. ket for sale. 414 East Front street. FOR SALE-AIR-FORCE WASHING machines, $1. McGuftey Hardware Co. GO0OD HORSEC HARNESS AND wagon, cheap. Western Hide and Junk Co. FOR BALE-CASCADE RANGES; 6 hole, 18-Inch ovens, $10. MIcapfey Hardware Co. TWO CYLINDER SEVEN H. P. EX. celalor motorcycle. F. C. Stoddard; pI hone 12| red. CHEAP; NEW FURNITUREI; PAR ties leaving town at once. Address C. D., Missoullan. BRAND NEW 81NGER SEWING MA. 4hlne or will exchange for cow. SBox 166, Missoula. POPCORN WAGON, GOOD CONDI tlon; a bargain; used very little. Apply 114 West Cedar. - FOR SALE, CHEAP--BET OF AUTO tires; two new and two second. h hand, 31x1. Phone 7921. - ALMOST NEW STANHOPE CAR ; lagse; will sell cheap. - 410 South ;Fourth st. Phone 476 red. - REO RUNABOUT; GOOD RUNNING order; yours for $150. Kern and LeBeau. West Main street. PULL- BLOODED INDIAN RUIN ners duck eggs, $2.60 per 13. B. C. ,, Day, Thompson Palls, Mont. - STANDARD BRED TROTTING g mare and colt, harness and run at about. Apply 60 S. First at. BARGAINS IN RANGES AND dressers; 291d hand furniture bouight. e R. C. Stockton, 127 South Higgins. Ind. 1661. . ONI LIIrHT WORK TEAM HAR ness and wagon, cheap if taken at once. 519 Stoddard street; Ind. phone 26.1. SHORSES FOR BALE AT 100 EAST Main; mares, geldings, mules and saddle horses, sold on monthly pay. ments. Iman & Son; both phones 46l. ONE 40 H. P. 4-CYLINDER CONTI nental motor, used only 80 days: can be used for Irrigating or traction; cost $426; price, $160. 717 E. Front. FURNITURE, NEW AND SECOND hand; I pay highest prices for sec ond-hand household goods. Hans Jensen, 126 West Main; 819 black; Ind. 1764. FOR SALE-TWO NAVAJO RIUGIS; beautiful in quality and pattern; purchased directly from Ind ans In New Mexico. Apply M. K., care Mlssoullan. FOR SALE-THERE ARE THREE "Easy Sign Markers" at the Mis soullan office which will be sold to the first three persons who ask for them at $1 each. FOR SALE--ONIE TEAM WORK horses, 2,800 pounds; one set har ness; one 14-inch Oliver plow; one wagon; one pool table. Dinsmere's ranch. Mrs. A. Kosakeveoe, Flor ence, Montana. A SNAP-EXTRA FINIE BINGLE driving horse; young, gentle; not afraid of anything; weighs 1060 pounds: color, dark brown; new Moyer buggy and set of single har ness. Apply 1418 South Fifth at., w. Phone 613. FOR SALE--IRRIGATED TRACTS. DON'.T BUY TILL YOU SEE POST Falls irrigated tracts. All prairie land; 34 miles east of Spokane, Wash.; 4 railroads; domestic water under pressure; good schools and churches; best values in the north. west; price, $160 to $350 per acre. Send for booklet. James A. MoLane & Co., 406 Sprague avenue, Spokane, Wash. INSURANOE. FIRE, LI9ID AND ACCIDENT IN suranoe, H. A. Chase, 803 Grand avenue, HIDES AND JUNK ROW ABOUT THAT OLD JUNKT Call Western Hide A Junk Co. Bell phone 1068 red. Highest prices paid for hides and Junk. FOR RENT-UNIFUItNNISHD ROOMS THREE UNFURNIISHED HOUSE kqeping rooms, 610. 61 EMast Front. PIRStNAt. RBUBEN ARNDT WILL H'IEAR something to his advantage by ad dressing A. W. Ro.lner 307 Pros pect avenue, Oshkosh, Wis. TO TRAD.L. WANTIED-TO TRADE BRICK IPO heavy work horNe, as 7111. iaiowtuM STONr o AND " W, h n 1y1.0 WeaIstldli sphione 869.ll, . 4 414 Wfu'T SPROt7O 801 DITH STREET. MODERN ROOM. I1 a!. PRONT. Refedrea requlred., FOR SALE -- BUG(tY. INQUIRE Missoula Lumber Co. PR i S TER~iCES. 817 SOUTH sixth east. I MODERN ROOMS, I FRONT. 116 mouth Thltd. TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS - near the university. Telephone 834 red. N Iit L LT PUURNISHED LARGE rooms; 4It West Spruce. Inquire Woman's Exohange. LOST AND POUND. PLAIN (GOLD BAR PIN. RETURN to Missoulian office; reward. LOST--A SMALL GRAY PURB - BI. tween Higins avenue and Protestant cemetery. Return to Missoulian; reward. LOST--BETWIEEN PALACE HOTEL and Missoula Mercantile store, a leather bill folder, containing $90; finder may retain $50 and return bal ance to John B. Butler, Palace hotel. SHOES CLEANED. WHITE CANVAB AND 1T.CKBKINI shoes cleaned at Hollingsworth bar ber shop, Il West Main street. WOMAN'S EXCHANGEL (N.N'PI .,MJ.N OR L, A DIR 1 - Lunches served 11 a. m. to 7 p. m.: home-made ice cream, afternoon and evening. Woman's Exchange. HOUSII MOVING. HOUSES MOVED AND RAISED Ind. 3777. N. H. Black. 634 Rollins St. , Mining Appliaetion No. 04,4. United States Land Office, Missoula. Montana. May 25, 1913. Notice Is hereby given that the d Black Hawk Mining company, a cor poration, organised under the laws of Arisona, by Thomas McHugh. its at p torney in fact, whose postofflce address Is Ifutte, Montana, has this day filed its application for a patent for 1481.8 linear feet of the vein, being 190.8 feet north 52 degrees 05 minutes east, h and 1308 feet south 53 degrees 05 minutes west, from discovery in mouth of tunnel of the Mint lode, upon which a notice of Intention to apply for a d patent was posted at mouth of dis covery tunnel on January 5. 191t, des Ignated as survey No. 9268, In section 9, township 13 north, range JO west, Wallace, unorganised mining district. Missoula county, Montana, and de scribed as follows: Beginning at cor tier No. 1, a post five inches square, five feet long, set two feet deep, wit nessed by bearing trees, and scribed 1-.368, for corner No. 1, from which the quarter section corner on the north i boundary of section 9, township 1I Snorth, range 16 west, bears north 33 degrees 45 minutes east, 465.3 feet, and running thence south 87 degrees 03 minutes east, 600 feet; thence youth t 53 degrees 06 minutes west, 1491.8 d feet: thence north 87 degrees 03 min utes west, 600 feet: thence north 53 degrees 05 minutes east, 1498.8 feet, to the place of beginning, containing an id area of 20.645 acres, of which 6.257 acres are in conflict with N, P. Ry. Pat. No. 110. not claimed, leaving 14.388 acres claimed. The location certificate of this claim is of record in the office of the re corder of Missoula county, In Vol 5 of Lode Locations, on page 145. There are no adjoining claims to these premises. JOSIAH RHULL. Register. M. P. KNIGHT, Attorney for Applicant. ; Frst publication. 5-27-1912. Notie* for Publication. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office at Missoula, Montana, June 17. 1912. ' Notkie is hereby given that Mar. garet Britts. widow of Joseph A. iriltts, deceased, of c'olby Washington, who, on July 16, 1901. made homestead entry No, 058, for a tract of 120 nares, whicl Swl.hen surveyed, will probably hbe with in the southeast quarter of section 25, township 17 north, range 27 west, K Montana meridian; bounded and de scribed as follows: Ileginning at the ecorner common to sections 25. 30, 21 and 38, township 17 north, ranges 26 and 27 west. thence west 30 chains: thence north s0 chains: thence west 20 chains; thence north 20 chains: thence B east 40 chains; thence south 40 chains tto place of beginning, has filed no o tice of Intention to make five-year proof to establish claim to the land Sabove descrlibed, before register and re. Scelver at Missoula, Montana, on the 39th say of July. 1912. Clalmant names as witnesses: James Winters, William McBride, Charles Itorn. Orval N. Jackson, all of Buperlor, Montana. I JOBIAH SHULL, Regllter, i 6-1l to 7-19, Is, '-- -----~ Notice for Publilation. Department of the lntdrlor, United States Land Office at Missoula. Montana. June 17, 1913. Notice Is hereby given that John Pritchett, of Arles. Montana, who, on December 29. 1910. made homestead entry No. 08067 for the southwest quarter of section 84, township 17 north, range 30 west, Montana merl. dian. has filed notice of Intention to make communtation proof, to es. tablish claim to the land above do. scribed, before register and receiver at Missoula, Montana on the 29th day of July, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: Archibald It. Ofant. William Moss, Christ C. Pritchett, Pred Dumontier, all of Arlese, Montana. JOSIAH IHULL, Register, ,6--19 to 7-19 Irving Whitehouse Company, Inc. 316.117.l18 Hutton Building SPOKANE, WASH. Members Spokane Stook rochMnge We are in the market to buy or sell Snewterm, Caledenal, H. I. M, IStewart, lu(tft S e0r, Tulunme aind tl activel, dtae YOUR 005 I INDINOIS ll i 1MB l li Improved op tnu Nome property in teufsag. for rhtlnlg and oer o brance. Price of clty $1,0001 party will pay ofp small ditfereno, . Hoverson & Stekphens 104 East Main St. Bell, 303 --Phones- ad., - 49 BOARD AND ROOM. AT 305 PATTER STREET, A,T t11 EAST RAILROAD rTI8RET. 800lETY DIREOTORY. WOODMEN OP Til WO1 LD CAMP NO. 7Y-Meets the aeoond tal fourth Priday nlhts of eaoh meath, Odd Follows' halJ anna. JOHN DOLtL, CO 0. J. .r ABBEY, Clerk. 131 Harris street. NIrGHTS O COLUMBtuS, HMI SOULA COUNCIL NO. 1011-Meets in Odd Pellows' hail first and third Thursday evenins of each month. A. P. QUINN, Grand KnthLt. D. W. ITlEPATRICK. in, . eo. MISSOULA LODGE NO. 18, A. P. & A. M.--Pegule meetings first and third STuesdar In Masonic temple. OBSCAR BOOS. W. M. H. L. BADLER, Secretary. WESTERN SUN CHAPTER, NO. It. R. A. M.-Meets first and third PM*. days of each month In Masonia temple. J. W. LISTER, H. P. S. H. M'CALL, Secretry. TYIRAN COUNCIL NO. 3, i. AND S. M.-Meets at Masonlo temple, see. ond Wednesday of each month, at I:81 p-a-r. Visiting companions are cor. dltly ita y ited. H. C. JOHNSON, T. L M. P. H. KNISLEY. Recorder. HARMONY LODWGE NO. 38. A. P. & A. M.--Meets in K. of P. Hall, B. Pront street. Regular communlcations, lot and 3d Mondays. Vieltlng members are espeeial) ilnvited P. H. KNi I.EY, W. W. M. C. RAVERY, Becretary. O. . 5., IMMANUI, CHAP* TER U. D.-Regular meetings second and fourth Saturdays of each month at 8:00 p. in., in Masonic temple. Visiting members cordially Invited. ALICE WHITCOMB. W. M. MAY WARNER. Secretary. MIBSOULA AtIRIR NO. 12. P. . O. -Meets first and third Tuesdays of each month at 8:00 p. m., at Iaglet hall. West Main. W. A. LOGAN. President. JAMEB A. BAKER, Secretary. RSCILIER LODGE NO. 4, SONS SOF HICRMANN-Meete In Ea les' hall first and third Sundays of eac month at 8 o'clock p. m. JNO. KLER. . President. PW. W. KUPHAL, Secrstay. TIl. C(ITRT OP HONOR-Meets first and third Pridava In T. O. O. P. annex. Pays death, sick and accident benefits. You do not have to die to win. Phone Ind. 1137. A. II. KPENNEDY, Recorder. D. W. PENNY. State Manager. THE FRATIRNAtL BROTHER. HOOD, MISSOIULA IrODOI NO. 179 Meets the second and fourth Monday evenings of each month In Knights of l'ythlns Hall. MRS. H. N. GREEN, President. NYB H. PLACK. Secretary. O. E. 8. ELECTA CHAPTER NO. 7-Meets first and third Thursdays of each month in Masonic temple. Visitors esDpe olally welcome. CLARA L. LAWYER. W. M. JAMIES L. WALLACE, W. P. ANNIE P. BELL, Secretary. UNITRD ARTIMANS-Meets every second Thursday at Odd Pellows' hall annex, at 8 p. m. Ir. J. WITTITMAN, U. A. .I L. DUINHAM. Secretary. MISBOULA CAMP. NO. I515, N. W. A.-Regular meetings first and third Mondays at i p. m.: foresters' drill second and fourth Thursdays, 8 p, m. I. O. O P. Hall. W. P. IPOKISPIILD. CIousl. HENRY BLAKELY, Clerk. 117 Higgins Ave. LOTAL ORDin OP MOOUU -Meets ev. er soond and fourth Thursday evening of ech month at K. of P. ball. J. NETTLES, Dictator. H. L. SUMIMER, Secretary. MOD ERN BROTHERHOOD OP AME RICA, UNIVERBITY CITY LODGE NO, 1l1l-Meets in Odd Fel lows' hall, second and fourth Tuesday nights In each month at I o'clock. JOHN NICHOLS, President. JAMES L. WALLACE. Secretary. Rooms 511.18 Montana Building. BUNGALOW New, modern, six-room bungalow, olose in, on south side. This place is well finished, has a fine front and extra large back porch and is up. to-date in every detail. For quick sale, $9,800. Taylor 0 Pearson IL A. A uilding e11430 Ind. 17 14. or rrl drob bet Iot#.