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With cheap jewelry, which only means a waste of money. Come to our store and let us show you the splendid values we have in the real thing, and you will find many bargains in gold, silver and precious stones. The clocks, watches , rings, pins, chains, bracelets, cuff links, toilet articles and sterling silver novelties, solid and plated table ware, etc., are all bar gains. Our watches are the cimiined labor of hlomie and firi ign skill. into which not ll inlg enters }lnt the hest of material nolld tt l-rk manshiip. \'. carry thesoe goiolds in la:rgie qulantity and have exercisied the greatest nare in t so ..'ting is t, cohtr and brillianicy. Jewelers and Opticians HE BIG GROCERY Next to Postoffios. SELL 33 --PHONES- IND. 544 FLOUR DROPS ('eretnna Flour, per sack. $1.65 Rex Flour, lp. r saidek .----..... $. $1.60 Pillsbur.'s iIlst x x\xx, sk., .$1.80 We have fltur in :-potiitunl, 10 )pound iand ii I ,-onii l su clk. EARLY BREAKFAST Neov Yilrk Huckl ,\ lieat, 1lInIII- tlt sack .i.... .. ;) S. teii':;w ttu ai F-le r, sei'-rI sing. li ukag ... . 20 ing, 3 tickt ..r.i SYRUPS Log Cabin M itle h ir npi, half-gail han 7*,C Log 'abit Maph Rirtp. qt., ',( (thio lure M ille Sit: . lyru , half gi:llonl - )l Ohio P'uri Ilph' Ple k ule , qNr u at fir- - - - Pure Missul ri s ri t uI r n, h: tlf P u 'e M iss ,ntri , a. r uh ,, ,, lSO t CANNED GOODS U'tah 'T'intiaii i ,., 2 a'ln. fir 25S Ro al y rund ll ' I itt-ed It 'llil, n :c i. s for ........ . . ... . .. ..... - 5 0 ' Iliiine-nnile Ii 'res .es, fit. jur, -10( Home-iniade J ithes, Int'ge ;tiss, 15. ' DEPOSITS MADE IN OUR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT ON OR BEFORE JANUARY ii WILL DRAW INTERE'S" FROM JANUARY 1 AT 5 PER CENT. The First National Bank Missoula, Montana CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $ 1411.4oo00. J. W. LISTER Stationery, Blank Books and Office Supplies. 114 East Main Street. Rowland, the Jeweler Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry Special Attention Given to FINE WATCH REPAIRING 114 Iast Main Str.ot F. A. Mix & Sons GROCERS Wood, Hay, Grain and Provisions Take Your Prescription to Smith's Drug Stores Agents for Eastman Kodaks Koken's Barber Supplies Grape FOR THOSE WHO LIVE BY BRAIN WORK. HENLEY, EIGEMAN & CO. GROCERS 115 Higgins Avenue Bell Phone 87; Ind. Phone 474 The Best of Everything in the Market H-1 S Aout Tewnr You may boast of public spirit-you may write and you imay ty lk-hkut your bo)atst is idlt' vlunt WISE ing, if xon dtont chiai LAWS off your walk; i: ?.·1 d ln't cl' ,lan1 1ff \ttI' sid(walk o111 invite the' ceppt'Ir's chwS;: il offn'tl d a:ainst th. city and i . 1 htr'ikl the S(criptulires iw's; ftr the c'ity in I. s:iyi "Shovel, \ihi ll thie1 xvitlri st. 'lms begin;" and "\V'li+)s""," says t h,' Biblt, dia' aI pit shall fill therein;" lind] hi \ho io dosn 't l' a II his a\:!l :LItl sc. pe' tilt' snow frti it, is \'lse tli: t M rr. 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"GEISLER'S" Famous Seeds, Foods and Remedies Sspecially prepared ftor birds by Ith graitest btirt specialist In Amreriea will positively k.eep your lird inl Iprfect snII: health and tilnti nge. ()tir stock is iOW oi, li plht' ;aInd fresn. Missoula Drug Company Higgins and Front Missoula, .Mont. s lany tilli' in showini g ill"ir in hUinsislm. They sttlllonell th'll(,] l\'t tI Higginls uritl tl l( 1 ant Itr ilrl hilir luring the afternoon threw snaithalls t th+'ir !ri ilflt S--tH ul cnli ilirs :is they ;Is..t . "Spring' traininl," sn.'il the hkipper is hill stoluoped for 'iinother 3lll fll1 f(, Snowi. "The , (] amri'sl ill iln s~lape; look at that peg to st' i ii," and Owen Ktiell got 'onell ;lt i· til,, s. Smithn'ln]y the trio spi,,d Mayor hoa(des (cor .ing down(l I the, strlet. .As he l ss(ed, the gentll ;t lllinial(]e and eachII ihuut hit lithe mark. The miayor unlt la glled, th lough, l lltl] Iris] thi reply ini killt. .i it wtent all aft t rni o . iti r '.' - nt' tilik iti ii' tage ll'' i f it ll hiui ' nnil sleighs wi tre on the stli r t b'ii tfor Jines . sIIII in Portiu lastl. week wh the 1t ise city tlut Il the ON THE first snowsIt rmi ,it had COAST seen in ye;i rs. "'The peotipl.e jtust went crazy Shen they saw the sinow," sa.lt W'alter. "It is such n rare sight that everyone rushedi ut into thie .istorm. i]very wheret in thu tilusless .tistritu t siowV bIlls were flying natu tll ut.uldy" tihouglit of sttopping it. tlignifiitd btusi.nsis ietht atll ouit if offic lbuildings itllt tint" It'eet l it llihst lr t i tit i oii t'ier until t(ere as.I t lou tli'ng hi ft tlo thrist . SItowV alls f'lw ito the crowds i lilt th tFRIEND l(ll treets illl thS.i Who ter ton busy to stop inut enter the fight 1genuine tlh it tnoilt l l t ti ghest ki'tll hut 'ii to throw themit Lt. 'h 'i I ool wri il "ll ( i lltth" i o l tu in a short visti. ith tIlt] IhAN OLD Irils. l,.t looks w ili FRIEND A;d prosperlls nn says he is tilhit i aill thuiltk 1'tu. It is five ,en 's s'l I 1illn ' lit visit i1i htioll Intd it tool:1hi lli 1 iay ya siter I ni l to gel his lll.rings. itrsh luully, filello Vs to l ithe it s(e'll llinlt lu l mull l then li, fell it h li i,. "I huad heulrd 't go l dil l llabou. t the changs in Mis BODY OF MRS. WoodwFARMERth I AI; lI \!I...it 'l"own , "bu' t v ia Wit I' re iured for Ihl siight wlit'lh crel, ( t a "y eyeTs \\1h n I left the Nor'the,,ii 1 ' ille lstal't i, lti nighth . 'T'hi e t to\wn the rl'tni; lochs Iirn '. The i prov,'111n -it ihI thll.I l tl.lll ;lls ll. r et is w halil ittilp 'r ss e I: first, but Ithl re I ' htIooll t h'" Chalngl 's whhich si 1 o 11 o me (i uS I g a: l tl. Ihlt the 'Ia tentI1'1 anti l l 'h Illts :re, n I iig iliip ovel lenl, '. 'iheyi are b ing I i lkllt. about till along fit. If(-. I Ii:]\,. hItqlld ir them a great ht ;t in Spo :Iittl, front 1'e'lt who I . li\ Lien hi.re. TI'h y ;it-( giving Mi.ss. tili onI" Mundt ;iolV'erifingl." COURSE IN FORESTRY OPEN AT UNIVERSITY the sll elt' lita. h \\ '.'l' the infiver:lity s thirdft :III1111:11 sho.l'l ou rst in 1 forestry. "''1100 are ,about 1 nilul ill the class th is a. 1, : tl ..st till -. th ill . ' t i g'. ALLOWANCES MADE BY CONIL COMMISSIONERS DECIDE TO LET WOOD SAWYERS WORK IN PAVED ALLEYS. Expressmin iind \xwood sttawyers wore the princtpilt I. ni.fici.irii.s oif the meet ing of the cit.y i.nlll;sition.rs held yes terday miornin t. Tiilo cxouncil ruled that the ordini ici forbidding woodi sawing in the alleys of the downtownxlxr I paving district ind the ordinance biar ring transfer wagons from cross streets in thi businetss section he esclnderd---\with ritirtaiin qttllfixcations. Whien the .illtl ys toff Iliggi s a\nul were ptavetd ithe i iniissi.tlinrs de tairred wood s.,yirs from x 'rking itherexon. Th1i rItliing, it stlems, \virteitI a hardship, rii n-1 the sa\\ yers italonle. Ibut on the Ixlxlperty owx'ners i,i the dis trict as well. .\. wh vtiuxi alhtys were poVcd were Iri\'ven to bilyilng thtei w'xind in st, it l instiiad of tiriwtxlldiit ti ngths. Thi xi uncil citnsi.iireit t.he plight of te j, I."ople and decidettd to i place the xii 1,tier ili tih haids of ('oix - ixssionet r I'ri .. Must Use Carpets. 'riTe sai\xxrs itiiy wxiort in the al tlys of the istrict , satit Mr. 1'rie I after the mix xtiiig, "if they will spread a exixtnias tiulir their illathines so that x hen the jo.i is finished no litter will io left. If t, findl tiihat tile \oirk can tint be doni, cih rily we will x ittxf'irc.e the ,xld rtlle. i caiii rasi dit stx\\xicig c;ixl be (idote on 1 I s tre.ts, inoir (xllt \xii ii lpilted therex . Thiss is nio tliitri \vil Ilge tandt xi 1 x 1n'i sitin tx for' xxxylililtx ilke that." Chance for Teamsters. The transf'rioii i tlix. ixn for their shlare when tlhe coI mssionert s i dihcidtli i that they might stx:x!id their \xiwagons onitt cross streets lli vii itd they cnillii se cure the consl'itl of the owniers ro the property in I.It oI f I lwhose let llii..c f ut aness tile) Wisht d to ilix i t.iiiii it stallld. NO iv Hi iltis aIll tiei stationed o.i tue avenute idl aill litter xmust e le'itnled u11( t Il i r x s:t -sli te t stxit his. The Crnl missi onersi rescieilttieit liii lxh - dter refundingx the Itaxes of tih 'irs ty xritar1 xtixlll llii . litd xl l seii . i- i. 't al lenotts il ,lini :cied ad.louril r I i x'x'i't it t W ueiitidx'tiiy. Jatn. 15. A Coffee Cup Contains Over 2Y2 Grains of Caffeine. Physicians recognize this drug to be of poisonous effect upon stomach, heart and nerves. Scientists employed by the U. S. government found, in the famous Rabbit Case, that an amount of caffeine equivalent to that contained in two average cups of coffee killed a Rabbit. What wonder then, if you are a coffee-drinker, that you suffer from indigestion, heart disturbance, head ache and biliousness, sleeplessness, or nerve irritation? L-" Multiply 21,½ grains of caffeine by the number of cups of coffee you drink each day and you will determine the amount of poison you give yourself daily. Eminent physicians are protesting against the present use of coffee. (Your family doctor can vouch for this.) The aches and ills of you own body also protest when the burden becomes too heavy. Doesn't your own common sense suggest that you quit coffee now? The New Food-Drink Instant Postum offers the easy way This charming table beverage furnishes a hot drink of remarkable palatability. It has a rich seal brown color which changes to golden brown when cream is added. Tasting much like high-grade Java, it makes the ideal cup for those who want to get away from coffee troubles. Instant Postum requires no boiling It is made "quick as a wink" by pouring hot water upon a level teaspoonful of the powder in a cup and stir ring until dissolved. Add sugar and cream to taste and you have a very fascinating beverage. Grocers sell Instant Postum, 90 to 100-cup tins, 50c; 45 to 50-cup tins, 30c. "There's a Reason" Made by Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Pure Food Factories, Battle, Creek, Mich. EMMANUEL CHAPTER HAS MEETING THREE PAST GRAND MATRONS CONDUCT INSTALLATION CF OFFICERS. Emmanuel chapter, Order of East ern Star, installed its officers for the colning year last evening at a meet ing which was largely attended. The business meeting came first and then there was a social session and a ban. Quoet. As a token of esteem and ap preciation for the untiring devotion to the duties of first presiding officer the chapter plresented to Mrs. Alice \Vitcomb, retiring worthy matron, a Ibeautiful silver spoon. The inlstall ation ceremonies were conducted by Iast tGrand Matron Ileleca Allison, assisted by Past Grand Matron Mrs. F. H. Woody and Past Grand Matron Mrs. Nellie A. Thomnlepson. The following officers were installed: Alice Kelley, worthy matron; John McCarthy, worthy patron; .ose Miller, associate matron: May Warner, secretary; Anna Mac l.an, treasurer; Sadie Gregg, e1,1ul actress; liena F'ox, warder; Albert Stoine, sentinel; Mrs. J. ('. Anderson, cliaplain; Mrs. M. Host, organist; Mrs. May Sullivan, Adah; Mrs. Fred Quimby, Ruth; Mrs. M. I(awn, Esther; Mrs. J. McCarthy, Martha; Mrs. Lena Billings, Electa. GAMBLERS IN BUTTE FINED TWO THOUSAND Butte, Jan. S.-(Special.)-The Iil \'r Bow county school fund came into possession of $2,000 of gamblers' money this afternoon, when 14 persons, prin cipally foreigners, arrested by Chief of Police Murphy and officers in Meaderville a short time ago during a raid made under the direction of former Chief Deputy County Attorney Dnitioi-van, came before Judge Donlan ,and pleaded guilty. County Attorney Mit'affiery said he understood that through an arrangement made with Silrmlt.r ..( ounty Attorney Walker, and w!ii tIh he diesired to carry out, the men were to be fined a total of $2,000. lARiEN CIIY ASKS FOR EVANELIST CLERGYMEN VISIT HAMILTONTO ARRANGE DATES WITH REV. MR. SMITH. Hamilton, Jan. 8.-(Special.)-Evan gelist Smith, who is now conducting revival meetings in Hamilton, may go to Missoula for a series of meetings after concluding his engagement here. Today three Missoula pastors, Rev. J. N. Maclean, Rev. E. E. Burtner and Rev. Mr. McJunkin, came up from the Garden city and after the meeting to night had a -conference with Mr. Smith. While no decision was an -nouncedj tonight, it was understood that Evangelist Smith may be able to arrange his dates to allow the accept ance of Missoula's invitation. The vis iting clergymen, representing the Mis soula Ministerial association, assisted in the meeting here tonight. They will return home tomorrow and see what arrangements can be made for a meeting place, anticipating that Evan gelist Smith will be able to go to Mis. soula. CHANE IN OFFICES AT THE COURTHOUSE There was a change in the arrange ment of offices at the courthouse yes terday that took Justice of the Peace HI. M. Small to the third floor of the building from the west room of the county attorney's suite that he has occupied for some time. County At torney Dan Heyfron wished to rear range his offices, and Justice Small gathered his fixtures and became es. tablished in the room that has been little used since the building was com pleted, the one at the northeast corner on the third floor. There was so much room here that the justice in cited Constable :Sam Pulliam to share it with him, and so -Sam installed his little desk over in one corner and is now ready to answer to the name of "The Honorable," a title which some kind friend conferred upon him a day or two ago, and which has stripped him of the old title of "chief consta ble." NEWALWME IS EFFICIENT TWO WEEKS OF SERVICE SHO HALF OF CALLS TO HAVE COME FROM BOXES. The efficiency of the new fire alar system and its use by the people turning in alarms, have been ful demonstrated during the (first t weeks that, the new system has be in use. A total of 10 fire alarms ha, been answered by the departme within this period and according the statement made by Fire Chi Loffness yesterday one-half of the, calls came in from the new alar boxes. Considering that there are on 17 boxes installed in the whole ci! and that practically every house .has telephone, this showing is remarkab strong in favor of the alarm boxes. Fire Chiefs Views. "The system works to advantage several ways," said Chief Loffne yesterday. "First, it saves time at t end of the line. At the first clang the gong a man dives for the cra of the auto truck and by the time t call has been sounded once, we are our way and we know just where are going. If the person who sen in" the alarm will remain at the .b! until we reach it he can direc, us the blaze without loss of time. So ft practically every-one who has sent an alarm from the new boxes has r mained at his post until we arrived. "Then there is another help. We a blamed a great many times-pr ha. been in the past- because we hJ trouble in locating the fire to will, we had been called. In a pnajority cases this was not our fault. Whi the calls come in over the telepho, the ones who send in the alarm ai usually excited. They talk fast a furious, sometimes, and half the ti cannot be understood. Then th hurry away before we can ask a qu tion. In cases like this we simply ha ti go out and hunt up the location. "There is a sense of safety abo this new alarm system which yJ could appreciate if you were a fir man. With the telephones we nev feel sure. The more boxes that a added from time to time the more e ficilent will the system become."