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IN PENNY FUND FREE SPEECH COLLECTION ENDS AFTER MORE THAN 1,300 RESPOND. As foretold in an announcement sev eral days ago, the campaign initiated by The Missoulian for the collection of pennies to assist in paying the fines of the Boise, Idaho, editors recently fined and imprisoned for printing re marks made 'by Theodore Roosevelt concerning the Idaho supreme court, closed last night. One cent each is all that has been accepted from the con tributors of this "free speech" fund, and It has been interesting to watch the fund grow. People in this city have gone out of their way to bring in their pennies and go on" record against the aotion of the Idaho court. Persons living in other sections of The Mis soulian's field have responded by letter, and many contributions have come from towns and cities outside Montana. Last night 1,369 persons had con tributed to the free speech fund. Many of these, had they been allowed, would have given much more than a penny; offers of large amounts were made every day. But The Missoulian's idea in undertaking the collection was more to secure an expression of senti ment than to raise a big fund of money. Already two consignments of pennies of $5 each have been sent to the Boise editors, and each has been gratefully acknowledged. The rest of the money will go in today's mail. The amount of the collection stands as fol lows: Amount of last report............ $11.76 Collected since last report........ 1.93 Grand total ....................... 13.69 Mrs. George A. Pease and family, Cora Baker, Lawrence Baker, Hope, Idaho; Mrs. Ida Baker, Fred Baker, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Taylor, G. L. Thorpe and family, Mrs. F. M. Wied man, Mrs. Mab:e Wiedman, R. H. Wiedman, Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Jack' son, Aluin Dakins, Lizzie Johnson, Pearl Johnson, Mildred Wright, Ethel Wright, Eluin Wright, F. Kennett and family, Mrs. Edna Jones, W. P. Hoopes, Mrs. W. Hoopes, Hellen Hoopes, Thomas Hoopes, Willie Hoopes, RL C. Durnford, Dr. Anna James and four others, Mr. and Mrs. Will Edwards, Mrs. W. C. Hoogbruin, W. A. Hoogbruln, William A. Hoog bruin, Leonard Hooghruin, Abraham Hooghruin, Henry Mossman, Mrs. Henry Mossman, C. A. White, Charles White, Mamie White, J. E. White, Fred Peterson, Three Friends, Phillip Marks, James 0. Marks, 'Mrs. James O. Marks, D. F. Miller, Mrs. D. F. Miller, J. A. Vealey and family (4), . E . E. Hu bert. Mr. and Mrs. Fred P. Ehlman and others (7), Miss Dorothy Dodds, Miss Helen Dodds, Miss Barbara Dodds. From Florence-Joseph Lacaff and wife. Joe R. Lacaff and wife, and Wil liam Bradshaw. From Silver Bow--Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Nelson, Miss Nancy C(. Nelson and Noel P. and Norton B. Nelson. From Stevensville-Amos Ruck. Jake Jones, Sam Brown, Tom PTowers, Ben Spencer. Adam Oakland, John Sa nakely, Albert Hork, James Simms, Cal Cole, E.O.Lewis, George Kinneman, Kathryn E. Fessler, Una Kinnmman, Dean Palmer Fessler, Ermel Fessler, A. F. Beyer, Hubert E. Gleason, Lena Gleason, H. Gleason: Anna Gleason, C. A. Bisboe, It. A. Bisbee, H. A. Bis bee, Alice WV. Bishee, Ethel Bisboe, Hael Bisbee, Mrs. Iutzerin, A. But zerfn, R. A. Butzerin, E. A. Butzerin, F. E. Beers, W. Lyons, John Foss, H. D. Smart, ('. L. Franks. Lewis Dow ling, Orlon A. Lewis, George May and friends (25), WV. HI. Mace. Mrs. May Mace, Miss Blanche Mace, Miss Kath leen Mace, Miss Ellan Mace, James H. Mace, Miss Ida Kimball, Charles Me Donah, Ray McDonah, Bert Slocum, H. W. Flanagan, William Burton, E. L. McDonah, W. M. Parlton, F. N. WV.t, XW. H. Cloyd, Joe Brooks, ('harles An derson, H. O. Parks, J. Hunt, Il. I. Sidvbotlom, Tom Baird, R. (). ]ussell, John Sturgis, G. W. Cantrell. Joe Lit tel. V. E. Cannon, WV M. Murray, Fred WV. WVilson, M. S. Marshall, N. A. Hehlman, Alex Taylor, G. C. MeAnnet, K(. H. Kellogg, Joe Degenais, John Mc Laughlin, Mrs. John McLaughlin. HIazel McLaughlin, H. P. Miller, Elnier Fessler, Henry Buck. SIX WEEKS OF EFFORT CULMINATE IN WEDDINGM Eugene, Ore., Jan. 25.--Aftr hunt ing six weeks for a preacher to per form the ceremony, Peajrl Dole and Oliver Jones were married yesterday in the remote hill country. 50 miles west of Eugene. Their mail order li cense and wedding ring were obtained six weeks ago, but ,there was no one In the vicinity authorized to tie the. knot and the father of Miss Dole made two trips to Florence, about 30 miles from the Dole home, in an ef fort to employ a minister to perform the ceremony. On his third trip to Florence the father induced Rev. John Drumm to accompany him to the mountains on horseback. The bride has been out of the. moun tain country but once in 'her life. This waO when she ran away from home. and made a visit to Florence several months ago. Proper Expression of Appreciation. A compliment should be as quickly given for good goods and good service as a kick for'defective goods and poor service. Most people realize this. That is why so many have written to the manufacturers of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy telling of remarkable cures of coughs and colds it has effected, and expressing their appreciation of the good qualities of this well known rem edy. For sale by all druggists.-Adv.j BIG MINE IN SIGHT ON EIGHT MILE KELLUM AND OTHERS HAVE DE VELOPED PROPERTY WHICH LOOKS HIGH-CLASS. Nate Kellum and others who have interests in the Montana Mines com pany are feeling confident these days that 1913 is due to bring their prop erty into the list of gold producers. They are cr ltain that its contrLbu tioni will nIt be small. There were assays made last week upon six dif ferent ore-bucket samples and the gold values all ranged bltween $50 and $60 a ton, with a small showing of silver. The Iproperty is in the Eight Mile district, seven and a half miles from Florence on the east side of the Bitter Hoot. The lead shows 100 feet of the ore which was samtpl.ed last week. Thdre is an alunllant supply of timber and water cilose at hand. Thee re is free milling and the ow~ners of the property expect to erect a mill early in the spring and procee d with the operation of the mine. To Harry Lewis is given much of the credit for the successful develop ment of the pIrolperty. With no cap ital bnck of hint but a tpopcorn stand, he has preedeid vigorously with the exploraltion ef lthe claims and now Ins the mine in good shalo. He has had the loyal suppollrt of Mr. Ketllmn and his other partners. Messrs. (Coryell anti ITartman, while Mrs. Ctoryell has al ways be en deeply interested. The mine is located near the famolus Itling cherry orchard. It is in the midst of a fine agrieull tura district. Every thing is favorable, for its ectnomical operation alh the ncighborh ond pIe, ple are shtwing lively intt rest in the work. It looks like another. itter Hloot bonanza. i. P. NETTLES READY TO BUY HORSES OLD-TIME WRANGLER IS HAPPY AGAIN OVER HIS NEW JOB AND ITS POSSIBILITIES. J. P. Nettles of this city is in high spirts. He hlis bettl in this contditit, for a nullmber c'f ti" ysa, andl tilthe "'rllson )because" is thalit he is abl ut to underlllt' take an important Ili(' of work that is just to his liking. It has been somn' time since Mr. Nettles hts had a good, big bunch of horses to hntdle. W'itih horses to look after he is in his reat element, and Ilnow that hi' tltis co1n tracted to buy upi a strinlg of work animalns for the clontpany whitch p' ats to start work ona the ThoIlcmpsol'n hIalls power plant this Slpring. i' has re covered his old-time pep and has lpreparations all ready to it gin his scouting the ,ominiug wee't'k. "I amn going ilup the ilitt(er lut1 first," said Mr. Nettles, "and give the folks tup there' a dtlutnte to disl,ose . If the best stock they ow\\. I \ti llvhav' tn1111 pl t'ar'y headt lunrter's at ,t.Ve.vnsville and Hamilton. If I d]nl't meet with the required success in thet valley I will comelI bat't and ctlnvass the Frenclh town district, and a:lso goK up the Blackfoot. In all I expect to buy :clout $110,000 ter $70,000 w crth of draft ,horses. They will be lrought to Alissuala ani lthenll trailed hto 'l'h mnlt/,. l." EMBARGO ON GRAIN. Winnipog, Jan. "5.-The (`anadian Northern Rail\\way emplll]ny today an nounced that in l llllbarlgo ha111d e·en placed Illtn all gratin shil'pmenls to Port Arthur, O)nt.. by that r;ailro:tdt. for one month, awing to congtstion ait terminal elevatorrs. Tuberculosis Remedy Based on Medicine To any that a specific exists for the cure of Conosunlption is perhaps too sRtrong 'a statenlent, Ibut in (ecklllntll ' Alterat ivo Avw have Illeteditie that h:8 bee te mlleans of savinlg lalny i life to years of useful ness, and In permctanently Iteeltilg a large numbllller of ('onsUitilves. Certninly a Iperon attlicted with a Wamst Ing ditsease shoult ie wi'll fed wit h whole o0110, ntourtishtiig food, but frequlellyl ll raw eggs in intitltes use a digestive break downt, land ithen ino food nlourishes. As for milk, lt very good food for I111y, llut a producer of biiltlllousless for solie. Any diet that keeps a (a'onsumptive w\tIl nourished is tie right ollt', but whl:ltt Is going to nmprove tihe patilent? Ekl:ina's Alterative ha:s brought about full ricovery in taltny cases of 'otillo llltioil. Let those Ipeak whto kilow,. erve is one:- th l[ SiaVan ah St.l dot'hester, N. Y. "Gentlillel: Oilt .tlulne 3. 10017, 1 wan operatedt utlin for 'iTuberetilar prletnitis at St. lMary'n tlospital. tllt, ieiliter. N. Y. After tile oeratiot I t fy phtsicia in Igrn up tS hotpeless. I was lthiit irged ilby t irlest to take EIlttlli' Alter: atilte. . 'v I did. My etlghit lt tile timte was 712 Ibs. I Luiegaii to uilltriove aIlnd slet ttiei g ille in thealth tiid streliglth. I niow .eighi 121 polluds, and o nlalsolurtely ell. ilellt.\nhlg I owe it to tayself alld others. 1 mllilkae this stlltetiesnt." (Sworti Allhhlvit) . EIINA FINZFIR Eeknlln's Alteratire it effective i Iliron. ehbitts, Asthmilna, hlay Fever; 'li'iiiIt intd lung Trotltles. anld itn tllltllltliti. the systel. I)Oieo not iontllill eiiilosion (ol.illila or hllallt-fortming drugs. Ask fir bo1ioklti telltitg of recovlerloes. linii Wite to Ii k (h klit Lalioratory, lhtiladeilphiat t'l.. for tiiore vie| dence. For sale by all leading drugglstl George F'reisheihter and Missoula Drug Co.-Adv. ALL THIS WEEK GIGANTIC REORGANIZATION AND JANUARY CLEARING SALE BIG BARGAINS SCHLOSSBERG'S Important Notice Our Semi-Annual Important Notice On Wednesday morning, Janu- Gcen cral "Clean Up" all ary 29, we open our big gen- throutgh the store starts eral "Clean Up" sale all Wednesday morning at 8 through the store. It is the o'clOck. Tuesday morning's , Missouiian will contain a full most important merchandise iouiiai v ill contain a full Saouiile page advertisement, ex news that has ever come before ploitid n this sale, which will the people of Missoula. Watch \ make mighty interesting read for it. ing. \Watch for it. MEN'S SALE NOW The Greatest Men's Sale this store has ever held. was the verdict Saturday. Yes, this is not hot air peddled as an advertising boomerang for effect, but absolute truth. hourne out by actual sales. There's a reason, men. ('ome again, tomorrow. 1 The Star Attractioli ot This ale Rgularly Is any Suit or Overcoat these suits FourteenSevelty-Five sell for $25 Ii h $27.50, $30 tilý h " ' - PF ltmmen li i Ili ý !: one i" ,t lllt , - s r n t m erchan1ldisC Fl,',.l:e ..... t i, ýf i(:i ut!; - -$32.50, $35 i . O to ' ( 'ii o i ' . '. : tlt! 1 ] :ltiti l" and $37.50 seC.i)nahle merchandise tha price il s!1. fI t h tie l (I \ i The one cx~CpOtlion to the rule lhere is that we do not intll de I , i- b tic r - p ... it plain navy or black suits. k vI i oi , ,cl-u c' ;..u :n t !.` i).` ! i. i * ccpt staple 1lutcHti ;1Hdc ' Any Fancy Suoi, or Any Overcoat In Sock Irrespective of Former Selling Price, Goes In At the One Price Bo ys Suit s c I- - sod's tusini,"s. therefore wC can afford to sacrifice` the baIlýa1nC , t llý c . OI n' srtoc.: and OVERCOATS .f clotl.iii. 1111ri` thil j Htl y .amou Alfred 1enjamin dll t hIe Ill.. n trious line of Sophl more's for vy o moll al n d c,,llene fllis. lCT c i, nri ,. __ _ , t I !. : a. _ t i... 'F It i j erand p otui ty for vii1 to save mo10cv on clothing here, and if vou do Values are in suits as high not nccd a suit right novw, yvou can wcll as $8.00; in overcoats as high as $12.50. They are afford to lay away for f'uture uses smart, new, snappy styles and patterns, and come in sizes for boys of all ages. me onday There Is This is the biggest and best mmm - bargain in the town. Come - a Good Picking of. Clothes Left and see. -. AN r Buy 12' 2 Collars f1r a Nickel SH(l , Youths' Suits for Five Dollars ' 1 (juantity of rally desrirbli' suit :,; in $ 5 60 0 I)uring this sale we will sell any "Silver" brand 5 is Sale for c f, e collar for, each S ; l rc It is a simple enough story; we arc chising out every li,, i h as $1 5 ic ' li, . ." i cl up 1 t' ''- , i. t1'kly,\ collar of this make and replacin! thcue with the Arri- w iw e c t ifcr v i thelý'c ,.iit-, i , 1i : r~ l' t l:Ir i'il brand. Any size, any style in our st K!; for 5" ni ,\.i( d styles and s ulart . ipiv i,1 H . furniShinq Goods Cheap Furnishing Goods Cheap $3.50 .\i, c $1 29,c , 35n 95 5r, 48c < $2.95 -7 .5 4 5 A SALE OF A SALE Dress Shirts CLEAN-UP OF MEN'S SHOES Of HATS That Should lI terest Every Man Men's Shoec, Values to ',.00. Men's .Sho... Values to i .00. That Is More S$2 69 .. . T.han Passing COME AND SEE $2 '69 '2.95 Interest to Men 85c . $3.50 For Shirts That St:ny A o .i l ,- ot.0i s t s 7. 0. For AIny Stlison Are Wo li, $1.50 M2 3s V ..t $3.95 , Derby In Our and $2.00 Eacheb *. !."t Entire Stock ' ii I I Il l .'.1 ID I ,1', '111,i, , .r 1 1 ,", , ,l 1.' I, t' ] , , " ;I ' I I , h . [ .1,,S I f ' ,Cii l ,i? .r hC ' I' ~"t. ,, t ', l a r s ; I Si I i llA I1i I ,, , R I t . 11" tll Hh , e;.". N 11 ;, 11 l 11 11, ~ :'uid :I iI, i - s i thi s n Iea ' Ii ;i , " .t hirts. li, 1,tit ith. t~A•t :," I, I niu . A All sizes of them -- sizes of them.