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WATCH THE WANT ADTHIS MISSOULIAN PAGE
____A GREAT CLEARING HOUS
Classified Advertising
Rates
Per word, each time .......... 1 cent
Per line, per month ..............75 cents
All ada must be ordered for a
stated length of time.
Orders for ads to be taken out
must be in the office before 8 p. m.
Minimum Charge, 15 cents.
HELP WANTED-MALE.
BE A DETECTIVE-EARN $150 TO
$300 monthly; particulars write
Frederick Wagner, 1243 Lexington
Ave., New York.
$25 WEEKLY AND EXPENSES TO
trustworthy people to travel and dis
tribute samples for big wholesale
house. C. Emery, Chicago.
LOOOMOTIVE FIREMEN AND
brakemen for nearby railroads, $80
to $100 monthly; age 18 to 35; ex
perience unnecessary; no strike;
promotion, engineer, conductor;
railroad employing headquarters;
over 400 men sent to positions
monthly; state age; send stamp.
Railway Association, box, Missou
lian.
HELP WANTED-FEMALE.
WAITRESSES, COOKS. GIRLS FOR
housework, wanted at The Employ
ment Bureau, 220 Higgins avenue.
HELP WANTED.
MION-WOMEN-GET GOVERNMENT
parcel post jobs; $20.00 week; write
for list of positions open. Franklin
Institute, Dept. 209, Rochester, N. Y.
N. Y.
MEUN AND WOMEN TO LEARN
barber trade in eight weeks; special
indupements now; percentage paid
whil learning: tools free: secured
over 10,000 positions 1911: graduates
earn $15 to $25 weekly: catalogue
free. Moler System of Colleges, 226
Main avenue. Spokane, Wash.
WANTED--MAN AND WIFE ON
ranch; man to milk, $50 month; man
and wife on ranch $40; woman sec
ond cook, $60, hotel; 2 waitresses in
first-class hotel, $50; 1 waitress, ho
tel, $40; chambermaid, well experi
enced ,with good references, $35;
good house cook, small family, $30;
2 girls for general housework, $20;
2 good girl cooks, small families,
$25; 1 first-class pastry cook, $60;
4 tiemakers, 6c to 14c: 2 canthook
men, $3.25 day. The Western Em
ployment Agency.
WANTED-8ALESMEN.
SALESMEN WANTED-TO AID US
in supplying the brisk demand of
nursery stbck. Address, Capital
City Nursery Co., Salem. Oregon.
MLCEPTIONAL OPENING FOR
high grade pecialty salesman to rep
resent us in this city; goods sold to
all merchants. C. S., 1427 Carroll
avenue, Chicago.
SALESMEN TO SELL NEW EDUCA
tional specialty to school boards;
exclusive territory; no competition;
liberal proposition. Union School
Furnishing company. 1034 W. Van
Buren St., Chicago, Ill.
AN OPPORTUNITY FOR A LIVE
man selling our guaranteed Yakima
VAlley grown nursery stock; ex
clusive territory: outfit free: cash
weekly: "hustle," not experience, re
quired. Toppenish Nursety com
pany, Toppenish. Wash.
SELIL GROCERIES DIRECT TO
farmers in your community for the
largest wholesale house selling di
rect by samples; all goods guaran
teed; drop shipments or carload;
permanent positions worth $35 to
$100 per week and up; liberal terms;
give references. Address Dept. O,
Hitchcock Hilt & Co., Chicago.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.
WESTERN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
G. P. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 128
Higgins avenue; phone 744.
THE EMP. BUREAU, 220 HIGGINS
avenue: room 7: 122 red: Ind. 647.
BCANDINAVIAN-AMERICAN LABOR
Agcy. 120 W.Front St. Bell phone 694
SITUATION WANTED-MALE
YOUNG MAN WANTS WORK OF
any kind. L. R., Missoulian.
SITUATION WANTED-FEMALE
WANTED-WORK BY THE DAY, OR
washing; call Ind. 1294.
WA NT E D - GENERAL HOUSE
work. Address A. B., Missoulian.
WOMAN DESIRES POSITION AS
camp cook. Address Z. W., Mis
soulian.
MATERNITY HOSPITAL.
PLEASANT HOME DURING CON
finement: 546 Rollins: 369 red.
AUCTIONEER.
L. L. KIRKHART, AUCTIONEER,
128 West Cedar. Res. phone 188
black: office 75 black.
TIMBER CLAIM.
APPLY FOR A QUARTER SECTION
of valuable Oregon timber land
while you still have the opportunity;
no residence or loss of time; small
cost; big returns; either man or
woman may apply; most all taken.
See me at once, John W. Gardner,
Victoria hotel.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
FASHION CLUB. 525 S HIGGINS.
MONEY
At 8%
To lean on improved oity and farm
property with extremely liberal
privileges of repayment. Prompt
sotiesa
Price & Matthew
Old Western Montana National
Bank Building, Missoula, Montana
_c _
FURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT.
THREE-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE
146 Woodford street.
COTTAGE; ALSO FLAT; CLOSE IN.
Ind. phone 1293; 519 Alder street.
THREE-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE,
partly modern. 1128 Toole avenue.
FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT
tage; all conveniences. 418 Daly
avenue.
NICELY FURNISHED FIVE-ROOM
bungalow, gas and range; modern.
Inquire 433 South Third street.
FIVE-ROOM FURNISHED OR UN
furnished cottage. 627 S. 5th W.
Phone 440 black.
TWO-ROOM HOUSE, COMPLETELY
furnished, with shed on back end
of lot. Address F. J. M., Missou
lian.
WOOD SAWING.
FOR PROMPT WOOD SAWING
phone Missoula Wood Yard: phone
458, or leave orders at Reilly's gro
cery.
FOR 8 TRATTON'S WOODSAW
leave orders at Bonner's grocery.
Bell 114.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
WANTED PUPILS IN SHORTHAND
and typewriting; individual instruc
tion. 223 Blaine.
STORAGE.
GENERAL STORAGE - EVERY
thing on earth; expert packing and
crating. J. W. Reely, 7124 West
Cedar: both phones.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS
127 SOUTH FIFTH STREET WEST.
LARGE FRONT ROOM. 508 EAST
Cedar.
ROOMS REASONABLE, 211 WEST
Spruce.
LAIRGE ROOM; FURNACE; BATH.
333 East Front.
THE LEINOX; STEAM HEAT; GEN
tlemen preferred. 300 West Cedar.
HOTEL BELMONT, STEAM HEAT.
hot water; clean, airy rooms, $8.00
per month and up.
TWO SPLENDID FRONT ROOMS,
close in, south side. Two gentle
men preferred. Call 302 Chestnut
street, corner South First.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT
608 WEST PINE.
TWO OR THREE-736 S. 4TH W.
411 WEST PINE. DOWNSTAIRS.
2 ROOMS $10. 529 SOUTH FIFTH W.
MODERN, WITH GAS. 211 WEST
Spruce.
MODERN ROOMS, WITH GAS;
rent reasonable. 404 East Spruce.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN, 8 PER CENT, ON
good improved city or farm prop
erty, at fair valuations. D. H.
Ross, rooms 1 and 2, Duncan block.
AT EIGHT PER CENT ON CITY
property, 2 to 7 years' time. Can be
repaid in easy monthly payments.
Oscar Crutchfield. 204 Higgina Ave.
FLORIST.
FLOWERS, FUNERAL DESIGNS,
decorations for weddings, etc.; write
wire or phone, Bell 769; Ind. 2726; I
have no up-town store and no big
expense. It pays be .u give you the
benefit. Anderson's Greenhouse.
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP.
LOCK, BICYCLE, SHEARS, ETC.,
repaired; cash registers a specialty.
F. Lebeau, 209 Stevens.
CARPET WEAVING.
CARPET WEAVING; ALSO INGRAIN
rugs. Naats, 1018 Cooper street;
phone 22(2 Ind.
FARM LAND
ONLY $275.00 BUYS SMALL FARM.
Share in profit paid until buyer
takes possession. Write quickly for
views and particulars. Geo. W. Deen,
Box 415, Waycross, Ga.
HAIR GOODS.
SWITCHES MADE TO ORDER.-.
Switches made over and hair added;
combings made into switches or
puffs. Call up Bell 1022 red, or drop
a postal, we will call and give you
prices. I have 7 lots for sale cheap,
all in desirable location.. Wellington
Bennett, 835 South Sixth street, west,
opposite Willard school. Look for this
ad every Sunday.
FOR SALE RANCHES.
FOR SALE-80-AC.RE IRRIGATED
ranch on reservation, by owner;
stock and seed go with place; terms.
For particulars address P. 0. box
54, Dixon, Montana.
FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR RENT-BLACKSMITH SHOP
and complete outfit for rent or
lease, in good, live town. Address
T. M. Carey, box 395, Poison, Mont.
TO TRADE.
WANTED-TO TRADE FOU'I YEAR
lease on 40 acres of sohool land and
team for Missoula property. John
Llewellyn, Leon, Mont.
TWO NICE CORNER LOTS IN DALY
addition for good team and wagon,
or young stock; will take some
farm machinery. N. G. Tevis, at
Henley-Eigeman & Co.
FOR SALE-BY OWNER, OR TRADE
for income city property, 160 acres
improved farm; 50 acres under cul
tivation, rest good hard wood tim
ber; plenty of water and fruit; 5
lfoom house and outbuildings; daily
mail and ideal climate; fish and
game plentiful; farm located in the
famous zinc and lead belt of south
ern Missouri; must be sold by April
1. Address, H. Warmholz, 2020 Ap
pleton Ave., Parsons, Kan.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
THE NEW HOTEL PRISCILLA FOR
lease for a term of years to the right
party, or will sell at a bargain for
cash. Address J. Cooper, Darby,
Montana.
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS.
CORDWOOD. PHONE 230 RED.
GOOD APPLES. PHONE IND. 2543.
DRY SLABS $2.60 LOAD; Phones 458.
GENUINE BUFFALO OVERCOAT AT
Gulden's.
FIRE INSURANCE. W. P. SMITH,
217 Stevens street.
HEATING STOVES CHEAP.
McGuffey Hardware Co.
PArNT BARGAINS TODAY AT
Kellogg Paint Co.'s sale.
GOOD SECOND-HAND RANGE, $25.
McGuffey Hardware Co..
OLD PAPERS FOR SALE AT MIS
soullan office: 20c a hundred.
CASH REGISTERS AND SAFES.
T. G. Hatheway, Worden's store.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND AUTO
mobiles. Overland Garage, E. Main.
HAY, CLOVER AND ALFALFA, $9.00
per ton. J. Doney; phone 948 black.
FIVE PASSENGER TOURING CAR;
good condition; or will trade. P.
O. box 36.
SECOND-HAND SINGER SEWING
machines, $5 and up. Hoyt-Dickin
son Piano Co.
BUFF ROCK COCKERELS AND
White Pekin ducks. M. R. C.
Smith, Ind. 490.
MACKINTOSH, NORTHERN SPY,
Yellow Bellflower apples; also cab
'age. Phone 8412 black.
DINING ROOM FURNITURE, CHINA
cabinet, table, six chairs, newly
new. 525 Rollins; Bell 1004; Ind.
1871.
MILL-WOOD, STOVE LENGTHS:
large, heavy, dry, $4.60. Phone 249
red; Ind. 2385 your orders; prompt
delivery.
SECOND - HAND SEWING MA
chines, slightly used; Singers and
other makes, half price. Singer
Sewing Machine Co., 118 E. Cedar.
FOR SBALE -PLAYER PIANO,
never used; if taken at once, rea
sonable terms and a bargain.
Phone Bell 585, or 589 black.
FURNITURE, NEW AND SECOND
hand: I pay highest prices for sec
ond-hand household goods. Hans
Jensen, 125 West Main; 819 black;
Ind. 1754.
FOR RENT-HOUSES.
TWO-ROOM HOUSE, 628 SOUTHI
Fourth west.
FIVE-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. 648
South Fourth west.
FIVE-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE,
range and 'barn. L. C. Brill, N. P.
depot.
FIVE-ROOM MODERN; RANGE,
shades and linoleum. 507 North
Fourth.
FIVE-ROOM BUNGALOW; GAS
range, linoleum and shades. Inqý.ire
433 South Third.
BOWLAND APARTMENTS - BEST
in city; one lower and one upper.
Wheeldon-Rossl Co.
6-ROOM MODERN HOUSE WITH
range. 430 Edith. Inquire. 124 Uni
versity avenue. T. A. Wickes.
SIX-ROOM MODERN HOUSE;
shades and linoleum; on Stephens
avenue. Apply 328 Stephens ave
nue.
EIGIIT-ROOM HOUSE. MODERN;
corner Main, Cedar and Madison;
cheap to right party. Phone 251
black.
FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, N:EWLY PAP
ere.d and painted; water 9nd electric
light, $14.00; water paid. Inquire
808 West Spruce.
COZY, WARM, MODERN, FOUR
room flat with range; water paid.
Phone Bell 1008; Ind. 604; or apply
on premises, 601 North Second
west.
STX ORI TWEISIVE ROOMS FOR
rent on Woody street, tkcing court
house. Phone 1319 Ind; inquire 130
WVest Cedar street, N. Lacasse shoe
shop, across from postoffice.
FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE.
FOUR CHOICE LOTS ON UNIVER
sity avenue; will accept best offer.
I~. O. L., care Missoulian.
'LOTS FOR SALE IN BLOCK 69,
Daly addition; can be bought from
owner cheap. Address Charles
Peisker, Glendive, Mont.
HIDES AND JUNK
TELEPHONE OR WRITE WESTERN
Hide and Junk Co., for prices on
hides and junk; we pay highest
prices. 611-27 West Main street;
Bell 1068 red: Ind. 1710.
PERSONAL
GET MARRIED-THOUSANDIS ARE
tired living alone; marry wealthy;
enjoy life. (Selections 10c). Mrs.
Hyde, U-2677 Mission street, San
Francisco.
DON'T WORK FOR OTHERS ALL
of your life; see my ad under "Tim
ber Claims;" then get busy; costs
nothing to investigate. John W.
Gardner. Victoria hotel.
MATRIMONIAL PAPER, WITH DE
scription of refined ,wealthy, mar
rilageable people; read the marriage
testimonials; papers sealed 10c. Mrs.
Bell. 1815 MagnolIa Ave., Isis An
geles. Cal.
WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED-TO GET IN TOUCIH
with party having a well pump to
dispose of. Rockwell, at Reinhard's
hardware.
HOSPITALS.
TIRINITY HOSPITAL, 317 WOODY;
modern and up-to-date. Bell
phone 316 black.
Cash and $10 per month will I
buy splendid home, large
grounds, good location.
O. B. 8. ORR
First Nitional Bank Block
LOST AND FOUND.
FOIt'ND----GOLD RINtl ()N lPINE' ST.
Inqluire Missoulian ofrce.
LOST-LADY'S Il.\Ni)K'El.('illli:,'
Friday night on 1'niveirsity or Iort
ear. Leave at 2Missolluliun. 1t\viard.
POCKETBOOK IN lA.\IY A\DI)DITI'N.
contained about $15 I'iinder
please return to \lissoulal ofl'ice
for reward.
BASEMENT Ol'tA I\ ,." IIi'TI,'.,
Sigma Nu fret pin. anorels name
on back. 'Return I.t Ali.ssouiatn of
fiee for reward.
LOST-LADY'S ('ll.\IN POC(KET
book with owner's n:ame engraved
inside; contained simall iamountlll of
silver. Please return ito 546 South
Third and receive reward.
DRESSMAKING.
WANTFID-SEWIN; I;Y T'rIlE DAY:
can 'give. good r , ft reuncs. Bell
phone 1086.
WANTIED-SEWING IV\ 'f llE DAY:
children's a spellihlIty. 'lhone 919
orange, forenools.
STRAYED.
STRAYED OR S'l'Hl,i:N 'RO.()M MY
ranch on Miller eiv reik. o1ne thlack
mare, one hay mar:iel, t\Io bay colts,
two roan colts,. n-l Il kskiln colt;
all branded "Mix" nl lheft shoiuldr.
teward for any inllfor:tllltio. Ad
dress, Mix & Suns. M1.ss iula.
Administrator's Notice of Sale of
Real Estate.
Notice is hereby given, that in pur
suance of an order of the district
court of the county of Mlssoula, state
of Montana, made o. 11th 18th day or
Janudry, 1913, In the I matter of the.
estate of M. R. Stairs, deceased, the
undersigned, the administrator of the
said estate, will sell at private sale,
to the highest bidder, on the terns
hereinafter specified and subject to
confirmation by sald district court, on
Thursday, the 30th day of January,
1913, at 2 o'clock p. m., at the offices
of the undersigned in thle Montana
block, Missoula, Montana, in the
county of Missoula, all the right, title,
interest and estate of the said M. R.
Stairs, at the tinm of his death, and'
all the right, title and interest that
the said estate has, by operatlon of
law or otherwise, acquired other than
or in addition to that of the said M.
R. Stairs ab the time of his death, in
and to all that cert;lin timber as here
inafter described In tile land situate,
lying and being Ion thie said county of
Missoula, state of Montana, and
bounded and described as follows, to
wit:
All the timber on the. south side of
the Blackfoot river as same runs
through said estate in said county and
more partlcularly described as tile
timber on the east half of the south
west quarter and the west half of tie.,
southeast q(uarter, lying on the south
side of said river.
Terms andl (colnditions of sale: ('ash
on shiplment of said tnimber; timbler to
be shipped il nalme of administrator
and purchase price deducted there
from.
Sealed bids w\ill be received by sald
administrator at above place upl to
time of sale.
IDANIEL L. O'HFERN,
Administrator of the estate of M. R.
Stairs, deceased.
Dated January 20, 1913.
SALE (,t' 'TFMIT,.IQI : Milssoula,
Mont., January 1I, 1913. t ealed bids
marked outside, 'Hid, Timbet r Sale
general notice. January 18, 1913, (tit
ter Root," andillll addressed to Forest
Supervisor. litter Root Nationlill F'oir
est, Missoulla, olietana, wil li be re
ceived u0p Ito and1 including thoe 17th
day of Ie'tbrll,lury, 1913, for all mier
chantable deiad:Il tie timber standling
or down, anid alll lve tie tliimbe(r desig
nated by a I',reist officer, located ion
an area to be definitely designated
by a Forest Officer before cutting be
gins, including about 2001 narers in See.
4, T. 12 N., It. 18 W., M. P'. M., on
Bear Gulili, on tile vwatershed of ilt'h
Hell (Gate riv.r, wilthin thei iltler
Root National foIrest, e.stlatled to hie
31,000 ties of fir, tantarniek and lhdl;,"
pole pinle, Illure or lessI . Nol id of
less than Si l i.r tie for fir anli t.I n
araik, and th foIr loldg.pole pine will
be consiiiere.d, iiand a dieposit of $2110,
payable to tli, order of teio Western
Montana Nlion I al h-ink, Mlssouiia,
Montana, imust ie seniit to thnit bhunk
for each bid submlitted to the Suplir
visor. Timblnr upon valid claims I
exemnllt fromll s;ale. TI'lhe right to re.
Jict any Id11 all bihls Is reserved. Flor
fturther informUtion and regulations
governing sales. address Florest Sllup
ervislor, Bitter lloot Natlliiial Foiirest,
:Mlssoula., Mimltmina.
1-19-26--2- 2-li-Itt
NOTICE.
According to the provisions of the
sidewalk itrdilnance snow Imust be
cleared, not Irly from the sidewalks, but
from the gutter as well. At presenit the
snow is hIeaplil up ieside the walks to
such a height that a sudden thaw will
flood the si walk. The city reiqutets
that every citizen co-operate to the ex
tent of clearillng the snow frcim his own
walks anr g uttrcs. The ordinance will
be strictly 'rficl'ed.
CO(_\MI'SIONIER T. A. ]'Iti('CE.
--Adlv.
KEEPS MAIDEN NAME.
Tarrytumtn. N. Y., Jan. 25. -- Mris.
Fi"nl.y J. Sil,prd has mallnde it kinown
that t enlll n int her ideniltlflicition
with pIhllattihrit, e work and business -
she will rit;inh her nlalden tanlio aind
sign herself; as Helen (;ullu SheIpaird.
Since their marriage on i\Vd(.CtII.sil
Mr. and Mrs. Shepard have retalintd
at liyndhurst imuch secluded fromi thei
piblic is guia rds are still kiept bout
the estate. Th'e ouple were IIout yes
terday for t 2l-lmile autolmobile rle..
It is unldersltood they tiare planning i
trip abroad in Ilebruary.
CUT THE HIGH COST OF LIVING.
W. H. Chapman, Winnebago, Neb.,
tells how he did it. "My two children
had a very bad cough and the doctor'a
medicine did them no good. I got a
bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound, and before It was all used the
children were free and cured of their
cough. I saved a doctor's bill for one
25c bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound." No opiates. Missoula
Drug Co.-Adv.
MARKEI SITUAIION
IMPROVES
STEADIER TONE IN FOREIGN
COUNTRIES HAS ITS EFFECT
IN WALL STREET.
Ne\ York, Jan. 2..- A better tone
Iprevai'ed during toda 's blrief session
(in the stock, market aln)d such smiall
ehn:lgi is s we-re reclrded were for the
most arlt in the dirtcltiolln of 1 higher
level. iThe iltpr .emlnt watl s trace, .llel
(to th I stl dier tlIIloe Ill the foreign
Illyl ' tcl ls. lll t illl. ilt clII til hl tll.s ier. e
little .hanged. The narrow and ' the
itating lVemo nt ltt the peining rllle
flected thle llluncertainty of leaders, i)till
ias the s slon adnled the toIIne harltl
ened. 'The up rl d ll oveIlen t in tIitIt
casesI was cnfinml withill fractional
the strong features of the list, Intcl'
Snrlou tlgh-.r lettropoilltatn ommon andS l
pIreferred iand itrooklyn linpid Tlransit
tion of a speedy W onltlsi n of the
denial of ruor's that thin Stoeel cor
poration would dissolve voluntarily
semelod oI, Irelieve the pressure whichl'
hadl lel dir'ectd Irecently against
stool.
lThe effect of tlhe heavy outflow otf
g.til t I I''ance andl Argentin was1
shol\n In today's bank statement. AI
thuhll 1 ash continud to com 11 n
from the interior during the w\]k in
lndinillnished vlume, the gain frlll
this source was illmst offset by gpl
exports alh the actual table showel
a ceash ganll b\ the hanks of $3,(100,00111,
much the slllltest in several we\1k(s.
Figures elsewhere were scaled down,
the increase In loans and deposits be
ing connlderably smaller.
Tonds were flrm. with loenl trat in
IssueL higher. Total sales, nr .:11value
$1.3o3,oon.
uniteld Statesr hnlls were unchanged
on cnll on the wee\k.
New York Closing Stocks.
Amalgamated ('ulpper .. . 71%,
Amerienn ltoet Sugar . i .3 ;l
Amrleran Cotton mtl . 45%
Anmerican Smelting & 11ef'tg . .. 72
Amerlican Sugar Refining ... 115.
Amerincan Tel. & Tel .. ...... 133
Anaconda Mining ('it ... .. . . 371,
Atchison .... . . 105'%,
Atlaintic (onst Iln, . . .... 130
lBaltimore & 111h1o ., 1(1 14:
lItro klyn Il"idld 'l'r'nsit . . 90n:
n':I dlian PaIn c'l . .P... . fc'7e
('hestapeak, & Mh .io 77%
('hicalgoi & North Western 135
Chicango, M111. & St. I'uPaul....... 113
holorado |lluel & Ironl ...... 34
(Colorado & So thehrn 1.. ...... 311
I elnware & Iltdson . . . l11412
Denver & 10io (ir'ande . 211'.'
Erie 31'
. ;eneral Il.hct ri. 142
(;renat Nurlthern (flfd.) 12774
(;r,,.It North, rn ()re (efts.) 3s
Illinois ,entralh. 12.t
lt aborh atrigllh-Slot. (pfd.) 82 .
Intl ,r HIl:larv\' estr ('4)
Louisvilhe & N'sh\ille . 13`:5
,l iss, url I'P cifh 41'1
11issuiuri, K l:lsus & 'T'exas .. 211,y
Nathlnal Iend 4!i
New Y'm isi ('eutral 107 ,
N rflk & Western . .. 111:
P] "nnisy iin I I 1221!,
i',e plh', (as 1131'_
Pulliani P'llinle I'alr .IS
!eadlng . I54 5
lt,.'k Ilshlnl (Co,. _'2
hiock Island Co. (lifp .) . . 41
l'nlolln P1'olfh, . I 1, 1
I'nited Stiates Stee'l . :i.
i'lllted St:tlt s Steel (lp'd.) . lti,
W\ahsh'
Western 1'nion
Boston Mining Stocks.
A lroez 3
.\ : &,:t I Int I t ed ( olpi "I7er
Au an Z'in, I.:I,1 & Hm. l 30
Ariz.)ln l ' hrituanrr l :13;,
Il . & ('lh ('ill. & ill. Mg. ,.
( 'Ihlnnlt & Arl zInt ..'
(':lllurnel t& l- ,"'h . 492
I 'inll (1nna1 1 414 Il1
4'4iii'Ur Rang.l ('l. ,(. 44x,
la4st lItutl ," . ( ti . e l
" l')roux Con( 11 - id, ,d a :.'(
(;eI111, ('a anea IY,
Isl' le 4'al'e (y4 '1 i1 r) (4!'
Kerr Laik :
I.ulke ( op't ('r 11
La 8a11e ',",ler 4%
M il l ('opper .24
.11~h;u+ k i:1!"~
N,'va la (It u44411lbla414 1x
NIlisising 111in s .
Nil Is - l 1144 . 4
I S .l' m.l.lll & .n 941'
Ntill 4lt ' - .
'ra iin 4 ' k . 4l
I'. 44 . 44'4 . I f. - M in 41
I'. . SIRm . ,f. (pf l.) 49
I't1ah Consolidateh'd .. 1 tl44
'1lth ('Coppr Co. .. .. ,54%
WV Iin4lan . 3
\1Vlt4' v'r4I ' 67
New York Bonds.-Northwest Circuit.
1'. 8. t,.f- lie ling 2'1 Iteg. 101
1'. S. Rafun4ding 24 ('4oupon 1(1
1'. 3' lieg. 102%
I'. 8. 3's (' llupon .103'11
1. . N'ew 4' ite .g . . 1131
'. 8. >.w 4'4 ('44ul4(4n 11:13 "
Ne'w York ('ent I trl, (1e4-neral 3I'4 4ti
N' .rthern 4 'aciflfh' 3' .. . .. 1 %4
Northern Paiclt'' 4s !. 49A
I'nllin P4i4i4lh' 4's 7s"^
W'isconsin Central 4's ...... .. . 90
New York Mining Stocks.
Co('mstock Tunnel Stock .. .. 9.
Com('st'ock Tunnel Ilonlds .. . 12
C' n. ('i1). and Va . ... ............ . 12
Iron Silver .. ............... .. 175
Leadvillle Con. ............................ ... 8
Little Chif .. ... . 3
Mexican .......
O ntario ........... 50
phlr 2.......
Small IHopes . 15
Standard ... l0i
Yellow Jacket . 13
Chicago Livestock.
Chicago, Jan. 2. :attlhe: Reeipts.
2,50(4. .Market, steadl\ . etlev\., $(.00
09.05; Texas st rs. $4.74i4 5.60; \\est
ern steers', $5.S;,t 7.70: stoc'ker's ind
feeders, $1.904llli 7.5n: cows and heilfers
$2.70i+7.24l: ca.l' s,, $7.f00 ltl.
Bogs It.oeiplt s. 10,000. Market,
strung, ;' higher thuan |trIl.,tys \,r
age. l ight, $ ,:154 7.0 , ! ; m' ixed. $7..3
$07.60; heal\ , . la.o 7T.1O; rough, $7.11
Ia 7.20: pig.s, $ .57 4; 7.5; hull of salhes.
$7.4 +1 7..5.
Sht,' li, ' ipt s, 1.300. Malrkeh ,
Ioxv, st,'in .\l ttons., native. $. 7',,
.t25: le'stl rn, $1 5'io .7.25; eirli1gs,
$6I.40lc S. . I I in , n tli\ e, $,1 7.. 1 94 I00;
w\\esternli. $SI 7.,'1 ao 0.
Grain and Provisions.
('hieag , , iI 5,. 'i 'orII :lin il l,
ltoday \er,, st, , i llpr \oisimolc s firm 11t
whent iem
l.Vhiat itl:ti11on, thl ' u1est lprit'e of
the ] . t lr y lilt t al\':nt e at l.l\er
corn filt lh l t,, hhld :tll ,of Its I I l\'altiro.
nild I th tI Ila 1.mad, l, Ileu ." , 11 \'I . t1111
thro'uglh 1\':ri,, ' ,, s That sto ks
of flollr Iln lih. prln.'ilp.l C Iil ll, ' Iof a -
runt ul:lt l usI , r\. li,'ge. Th.. cloo
was a\ IT n, t l, ll 'l of l" ('i I ,t', for
21tay.
l 'evelIpts .''e 1 11.,1 t i 1 1 b'u'shels. r,}ai
l''lltlar: 'ii ' Il i\·hlll II lii h 1 11 h i.i, \' lll'
"rn oi\\ 1 I ! 1,,l\ Strength prin
,'lt.alliy to :ll i, tillt\ ' : 11 hIlelo AVII're
id 1 " renlIr, itl d I 'p rts that th.
I''1,1 it 'l ill i \ llitn, e was ihllh. f
ltfice1 . The Thlt,.11hs AyfPrM lldVi.ll ',
h ,wevr. \\as 1in stiv i lost 1and tra1tIdrs
took euglnzane1, ,'1" the fact thalt most
of the bullilsh 'crop reportsl were crll
ing from the ArI'entine centrnl speIu
ntive tllrket ralther than fr' t Illse
Ilotll lmarket r",, ,,,hd froml'll fihe tlop :
May 'hlosed ~111\ :, shadle over 'esterl'
d( v. p (t Mearn apl.s < e111i .
'T'rade in oats \\a, snull and fluSit
alMions fMrkloeted .ho I' o hat ,11d
Dorn, S·t1- ('losing I s.hale I l. The
.eI buh1ying I\t11 s ,hy 1shorts, while the
solling seenlmel Io rut.o. from ImoIre
Influential qsarters. ,pot, dull.
P]'r vi.s,' lts were It ,lull but hlghelr
market. In s.'mptlh" with higher hugs,
ltitll ll, the \ *ve1 k'a l, Ipl.s \ere
Ihnter 1h11n those of the pr|vtios
wook.
Miy '.cheat opened 92 i, 9O1. t,)
.lav etrln open+oll ;1 7, ,15 Gr,2'': hhgh,
,2%;,a le ,w, 71% Grv+,r% (,: ,'hlose,. C1.,l ".
3 404 v: l,,w, 3,.,e; ehlse, 57', e,.
Minneapolis Wheat.
All ,ittlapolls, ,Jall. 25. (1 t: W heat,
I ay, h 1r, 11 Shi '.4t'; .lults, ,'S ~eSt ,.
t'ash 1het: N\ . I hird, x71!('; No.
noil h'ith , Ns,"nfr'+a , S(" ; No. . north,'rn,
St; t'; N ot. ,. S r ' 1n1, 11 1S2, t.1,. t
Money Market.
nlol ilnl, nl lo tlls. 'T'iin l lans, f'ir' l,
tlla t .1 r l, ; 1 1," clit . 1 ,0la r, 3'., lr4l.
4 Ip Ir cent, six 1l ith., ,I!+, per ctol.
1t 'r sllver, l', ..t,
ho "vvw rlIll golad , I'teta , railro. d
h t Ii d]s., I'triol.
Metal Market.
''N4\ " YI'Jork, .1:144. .5'. '1' h e I.11 ml "
klet.. \r' dull anId I 1 ra til4 ' tl no Ibl4l4
I ke, .c1 .11 11,r, $16,111 li. ll .73; .hteltroly
tit', $16.5tl , 'ca tilllg, 1 .li l lt .'l I6.2:.
Financial Review.
New York, Jaill. :t. Tihe, 'lla ncler
Mi.\s this \t1t1l.k:
J'Th4 .'4 1 11n.ll t 'of it1 4lo rl'K house
h nllks f tilt' ' city of Ntw Y1 rk lfor
thie 44 ' w k .liading .Jan a1t'y 2", dhid not
4dls lo'h.o 114 til,1 f'll .'ixt I ex t 1h, re't'' 1is
of' e st' flrolll th Ilh.lterlior althlough the
hIt'avy wIthldr'awals of g, d 4 for' exportr
.4 '1re wv'hit1 1u t 114 1 it ref11h t.d in t1I1h1
44tt4 i4t4111. T he tdll iine' ' i |n14; l. 1 14:Illl
expltan4oItl still 4on1 ll4 1 .u 4 i, g44 1it 1'o1
tlt 4 'teel , h tll tg In b 'ti $13,3::t 4,4 II. 'I'll
i4r4II 4'I " lit 4':14h, taking IIII, netlti l
;S4tt tInlilt I IIM It 4 bltI, w .I4 $3.ZH ,07,041),
w11hih d'lHeposit Iro',t 1 I, $1;.4:Si,114111.
'1Tl4 r4.u11t o44 111' t hee4 h lhang.4t
'I.4Is to I tl'i',ls4 II l e i 'xts4' . 1 'y
$:3;t,llth , 1;1 kIllng II It re' ,;till' SIrlll'I I:Is
, t.8 h1 ' tit' ,5 2 4' 4r ' t ill 4 ii l iiii nii i, $ 1,
441;5. 1040.
T'Ih ilnl4 '4li.t lli 4 or 4,4sth .4':ward I1liM
point f'o dt ot er conte Boinues and
It 1 ferllle 444 o' t4',i . ct 1 a t1 11 i, a that n 'ly
rates hate r itain .'.lsoft, \t hih fil rellge
1X |I: n 1 1g4o rl in:tia 11,4 h4. 1 ItV;' l ll''eld.
It is fl'g ru d that the slple Jefle ndle's
tIl w\ieh geld lhits )hell going t. P'aisls
tIlIlV btl4e lr i.st eon1 114 te, whl 1111 the
ex4 lrt 4 4 f' $5,)000,01e10 tI i I4th , ' I.gentlIn'1
Iteopub1lic 'lerhapls rt l' reslnts the grlat
-r ll'tl .l t or' godl whheh tlhe l'nit.tld
itaftsl will hbe all |d Iltt .4 to s4end It
south Ala.w1'lea on |turop+.ln :tt'+unt.
When You Are Billou
4Food flrinll tls in 11your stomahl 41ll
'lPilen yoi'ti are bllhuno . (.,.llt 4 .ating and4
ltake fulll d' of ('hll 441 41 eri li 's
T'ulhets. 'lth+y 1 1will el| III l11out rlll
t r'ngthe'1 your st4lnt4n 'h 1nd turn44r-4
row you will r.1lish your '4food t.again
4ale by all dr1llggis4.-Adv.
NIT'It'l.; 'I'( T'ill: I'tltl.h1,' I A 1
uil 4'r lg4 ner, vi' th ' I nd. I 4l44 1111illing
tra1 t; contraI) c to 1 ' e signed by iroi llH ill
Prty owner; roomin l h.Uses, lotliging
ho es4 lan1 thet Ilike are not t lit in
elu dtdl at tihe slote rate.; p.l4.et ll
rateh to ' .e .et, which is $1.l tper
Imnth and yeurly lcontrat. I will
rtnot 44nnin 4t this until April 1,
1913. If" aho4'e 1 ntutratt stilts id
dress Peter 4task, P. 1). 1ox 5147, or
11.11 phone, 4016; Ind, 1 l4. te, 221hn .
Stockholders' Meeting.
Notlce 14 hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the. stockholders of
the G. W. Pomeroy Automatic Mall
Catcher company will be held at 212
Higglns avenue, Mlssoula, Montana,
on Thursday, January 30, 1912, at 7:30
p. ?n. G. H. SHAVER. Sec.
Missoula, Mont.. Jan. 15, 1913.4
80 ACRES
NEAR MISSOULA
EXCHANGE
For good south-slde property, not
west of Bitter Root tracks. Price,
$6,800. A good piece of land; prac
tically all cultivated and well lo
cated; out only five miles.
HOVERSON & STEPHENS
Under Missoula Trust and Savings
Bank, East Main Street.
SOCIETY DIRECTORY.
WOODMEIN OF TIlE WORLD.
CAMP NO. 73--Meets the second and
fourth Fr iay nights of each month.
O)dd F'll.-ws' lhall annex.
W. I-IIt'MAN, f. C.
1. 17. .X IH F:\Y, Clerk.
521 Harris street.
KNIOIll'l'TS (F CL'UlTMBUitJS, MIS
SOt)'l..\ o(i'Ntll NO. 1021-Meets it
(hid IF'ellows' hall, first and third
Th'lhursdy evi nings of each month.
JulIIN II. ''til,AN, Orand Knight.
D. XV. ,'IT'/-ATltil'K, Fin. Sec.
MISSOIUIlA LODGE. NO
13, A. F. & A. M.--agular
meetings first and third
T oesda( s itn .ttsf1 ni,' teoiple. Sojourn
ing brethren cordially invited.
Itoml|T N. |A.L. WV. M.
1,'. IF. Sq(t.l' lHE:S, Secretary.
WVES'iEitN SIN ClHAV'TEIR, NO. It,
R. A. M ... l--M clts first ant third Fri
diays of ech al t intl ltasrnlc temple.
.1. \V. 1,I STI' i, 11 P'.
S. ii. M'('Al. r, Secretary.
IIAl iNIlNY Il)liE( Not .
49, A. F. & A. M.--Meets in
K. of P'. hall, E. Front street.
Regular communllations, let
and 3rt Mondays Visiting
nllembers are ell pecially invited
(El,. I'. P.III'I'TEl, VW. M.
C. it. AVERY, Secretary.
clally welt iome.
Mts. I:.\Ilt HAiAtil), XV. M.
.IAM l'l I.. \VA I.IA('I , \V. 1'.
Mii-tS. \V1. It. nll-,, Secretary.
ii. E. S. IEMMANUICL CHIAP
NTIl, NI. 54 --Legular meetings
seconllld itiand fourtih \Vednesdays
of ,:each iImnIl11h at 8:00 p. im., in
Miusi.nlic ie IIlnle. Visiting members
coirdlihtv in\vited.
MilS. A1,lI'l A. ,:EllEY, WV. WM.
MAY \'\lINl:It, Secretary.
MLISSti- 'I.A AFItIItl NO. 32, '. O. E.
---etIls first ltnd third Tuesdays of
each 'i r tiiih ilat 8:00 p. 11., at Eagles'
lhall, \'West lMain
\\'. A. I,(I(AN, President.
.I.\S. A. IIAKEI1t, Secretary.
S 'liiiiI..IIt 1,ili.ii NO i SONS
lt1( I1i11tt.\ ANN --Mi -ts it I:agles' hall
first aiiind third Hulldays of each month
at 8 o'clock I). om.
SN t . KICbEll, President.
I,'. W. K t tIIAL Secretary.
IlNI'TI'I) AIIRT'ISANi---Meets every
sicond i'rhursdaýy tt ()dd Fellows' hall
tannex aIt p. nit.
I.. . VEIHIITMAN, M. A.
S. 1,. 1)INIIAM, Secretary.
MISSulIiItA ',AMP', NO. 5329, M. W.
A. -Regular lietoligs first and third
MondayslV il 8 p. mI.; foresters' drill
s.i-Onl iil fullrth Thursdays, 8 p. m.,
I. i . i. F. h ll.
WV. I-'. SlI'()KI;iS3i IE )LD, Consul.
IIENIRY III.AKEIY, Clerk,
127 Iliggills Avenue.
RO\YAI, IIII;I1ANl)lllIib --logular
ili- tlings first i rli] third Thursdays of
each minlh lt II p. in., in I. O. O. N'.
niiiun x. Fair i 'y., luti l 1. Smith; I.
P. IF. P. KI.rl., tiicrelta-ry-Treasurer, 218
Elast Mai Street.,
LOYAL
O it 1) 1E R
OF MtOOSIE
--Meets ev
ery Thurs
day evening
of each
(tionth at 8
P. ni., at K.
of P. hall.
W. A. IOltAN. Dlictntor.
II. . IllAKll~Y., Secritary.
For Sale
4-roon Im))ern b ingalow on
'Icr streetNI' ,, l:rlly flrnilled, in
hlulflln" rnl e i t as r lange and
hIea1.r; $I00 umln and $:5 per
muth, Priceh $1,950.
TAYLOR & PEARSON
Bell Phone 920 Ind. Phone 1724
W ," hl;\e fr'.r , xchllang.- $::..000 in
e; stai4o ill4re t-h)vl ring .e4 llri
ties f.r a 1r4:4 t of :)ho))t 1,000 nere9
of lInl Iear M.issoul; ;a l, a rtion of
1the 1111 m-ist he uln4er Irrigation
aoln la*I. lte of lh l)diing hay r ann
'-llll 114J1 IIISI I ll \ jithin four f or
li\e mih1 of tI Ie ity.
Blackfoot Land Co.
Rooms 31 and 32 Higgins Block
Bell Phone 163
W. R. Glasscock Charles T. Morrell
FOR RENT
Larige 4storero 4 onlrl Higgins avenue
int tile ieart of the business sec
tion.
R. M. COBBAN REALTY CO.
212 Higgins Avenue.
How is your
FIRE INSURANCE?
MclNTOSH 0 FISHER
115 Higgins Avenue.

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