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IS HEAVY NORTHERN PACIFIC AND MIL WAUKEE HANDLING LARGE AMOUNT OF FREIGHT. With the tracks elenr and the wheel ing easy for the first time in months the Milwaukee and the Northern Pa cific are handling freight rapidly and in great quantities. Business has been unusually heavy this winter and the fact that a large proportion of the freight traffic was slopped for nearly a month by heavy snow has made the present congestion 'larder to handle. The Northern Pacific is rushing large quantities of freight over its s stmt ever\ tn . The lotci division has It crews 0n the jib every day and all of them are kept lisy. There are I crllws on the east end and 10 on the west end of the division and each one of them is working just as much 5 t ho law will permit. A year ago the fiche Mou'tnta in division (tai on 12 crews at work. The increase in busincss is not all Iue to og tion. The riltroTta Ootud htlve beent Luse had conditions been normal t'rtiilghout the winter. The 2tissoulh dtision of the Mil Iali el is 'iisc, tol. The yttrds at Ileer tliig., at Allerton and at alery are crwdtld with box cars. The di visi.n is handling freight Just as fast as it comes In, though there has beln no'm delay at the west end "t1ac lount of the fact that freight could not e Itaken front the .\very yards as fast as the local dilision slit it Ill. The snowstorm stopptert all freight traffic on the tillwaukee ffr several wepeks. hill the eongestlan is 01mnost Over 1,1W. It tai l een hard wotk on all ntlilI of the fact th18t long trains coming lotto Alissoiulat fromn the oast must h,, broken up andl handled in sections over the Ritter 12101 moun tain. 1111y trains are h1,in1 :10111 through elery ,la}, Ithungh' , ral it will not 1e long olfore affairs are normal again. The nwic irminal of the New York Central in the city of New York was frmallly o1ene'1 to the public Sunday. The stalion is located in the heart of Neil lor and is the greatest railroad t niunal in the world. The station ''lcopies 70 acres of ground in the business district of the city and has a capacity of 1,149 'ars. It was erected at it cost of several million dollars. The New York Central and the Penn sylvania are the only roads running trains into New York, from the west. BREITENSTEIN DEPARTS ON TRIP TO THE COAST A. J. Breitrnstein spent yesterday with his family in Missoula while on his way from Ilellola to Salern. fre. Mr. itreitenslein will attend a meet Ing of state fair secretaries called at Salem for the purpose of arranging dates for the holding of state fairs and for conference on general ques tions relating to the mttatgell nt of state fairs. LOCATE IN BUTTE. Mr. and Dirs. Jesse Sil'erman and Mrs. Silv, rman' n mother, Mrs. L~iehen stein. expect to l Iave this morning for Butte, where they will make their home. Mr. Silverman has been for till' past two years secretary and treasurer for the Henry (;reenhood company in this city, and he goes note to take a position with tihe Caplice Il I company in Butte. FOR POSTAGE EXTENSION. \Vashineton, Feb. ::- xtension of tw -rnt f ,rricn letter pottage to in ehlue 1)enmearkc. Swell, n, Norway, and The Netherlands, is Ili,. "bjeet of a rle'Slftiln ilit roi el i tlodIiy l'y 1llpri sen(t1 i'.' foen lt r In, outill t Presi dlent T:' ( f-or inflarm1,ti n conn ,"rning 1110 ;igr nte ts (I'r limo-veil Icitors to Ii'i l.'n ,a 111 1t . r o Things Do Not "Just Happen" But are the result of the intelligent work of a healthy body and brain But body and brain cainnot dog their best work unless nourished and biilt up on the right kind of food. Grape-Nuls is a well-balanced food made of wheat and har ley and contains the vital food elements in form for easy digestion. It meets Nature's re quirements for building strong bodies and active brains. When these are healthy a person is equipped to "do things." "There's a Reason" FRED JOHNSON BACK FROM OREGON STATE OFFICIALS ARE PLEASED WITH BUILDING DONE BY MONTANA MEF'. Fred Johnson of the firm of Olson & Johnson is spending the week In Missoula after being for 16 months at Pendleton, tire., overseeing the work on a $300,000 contract building, the eastrfrn Oregon state hospital. "Yes, w.' are feeling pretty good," Mr. John sn,- said yesterday to a. Missoulian re porter. "When the big work was all finished and formafly turned over to the state officials. Secretary of State Si Pen W. Olcott said, among other coin Iliments for our work, 'When you want good building, get a Swede from Muntana to do it and it will be done to hon stly and right.' That is what we think and we were glad to have the A (iregon men say so." Mr. Johnson ex l4ts to leave at the end of this week ftr Ednn tono, I anada, where he will no superintend the building.of a $650,000 office building, nine stories high and fire-proof, also a $260,000 city hospital, ioth under contract by Olson & John son. tt rb YOUNG LEADER GOES 10 NEW FIELD d MISS RANKIN LEAVES FOR NEW th YORK TO WORK FOR EQUAL SUFFRAGE. re in Miss Jeanette Rankin left early yes terday morning f''r her niw field of work in the cast. Miss Rankin is to Ie national field secretary for the Is titeritan X 'inc.'s Sutfragtt associa tion with hI in t'ti ers in New York - city. she will stopt oni her wty east to -infer with ]akota women at Bis- il marek. N. Dl., and advise them iti re 0ttrd to thte cattpaigtt they are mak ing for einual suffrage'. From i tisn A parchk, Miss ltankin will go iirectly to New York to meet with the national hoard anl plan her fihld work. Thi. it ll tule her nut through many slates, vhierever a eanmpaign is to he organ izedl or strengthened. Montana, in her ci: turn, will ryeeiv assistance liml il- A at,jration from tho' talented yam lR loader when the suffragt a1 e 1tetttt Pt is tut to popular vote two years frti so nowo DESERVED PROMOTION b, FOR HARVEY S. HOLT - Rt Harvey e . Holt has resigned his position as assistant cashier of the & First National bank in this city and wi will leave this morning for Fort Ben ton, where he will te cashier in the cto 5 tiekman's National hank. Mr. Holt dti has teen with the First National bank for five years, first as tookkeeper, At then paying tiller and finally cashier. At He has wton the highest esteem of his superior ifficers and they rejoice in his advancement in the business cit world, even while they regret to have himt lean, Missoula. bit EVEN AUTOPSY FAILS TO UNRAVEL MYSTERY F Y'estordags m wer1arsh euae ii a n a tnpsy- n ii, I "dy of (1 n klnil-' 'llinffl nold ''n 4ix Jiil," 'eel: 'e i ir . driysn it. ft- iastern (iatietl At1 iltiid in thi h pes 'ii' lih ingt nn iv ling t, indirnl, t. iit i rit-i 111"t his d l:0 i1, hut fil, efto rt Was s t f tilm,,f :rs l ti f y 11 lit ht on e lit ".1-'t 8 - si-i The frdt t ill te buried here tn t i i p itter' 11i1.t ' l a a J. DANZYGER HOME. r J le~inzyger", ucunagtr of the. Leader stnr,, r. -r,", d Itrnm yesterday front Niw Ytrt trnit 'st eastern cities r it "r. 'he has bfI1i un a purchasing i fott lr his I statii litiiii ent. Ito re- P hirts iden ,. Ainlittons gItd and says that his lurehnse "tr goods will result b in iitn thitt ni ine. intie st rectiAs gnln z Is i the" g+,"ls "urrivethe leauder wlill inr New Ytii tin lruhies' reiay-t- h n \P"Nr ý,nn tli(1.'t ,;n 1 " b purcitased l ilay to r It mill r , I t lit lique stare t ila Missrl. in this particular. CONVICTS FIGHT FIRE. s ' Jcffervsn t'ity. Mo., Feb. 3.--('on- ii Aiets frra the state prison were S i aly to Fut today to fight a afire that i destroyed ws gThomas building, one rf the largest n ffice buildings in the H oity. The of rk of trained firefighters 5 from the penitentiary prevented the (1 f'lamiies from spreading to adjoining I uildings. , DODGE DOESN'T WORK. Chicago, Feb. :1.--Hoping to conceal his identity, Adolph Fisher had several if his teeth extractedi and replacedby gold ones. Also h," raised a heard le and moustache, but he was recognized t in New York, and brought back here today to answeor to charges of bur- ft glary. iE lt MARRIAGE LICENSES. A marriage license was issued Sun- it (lay to F. L. Barnett of Hamilton and S Geneva Robins of Darby. Yesterday tt a license was granted Thomas H. ft Murphy and Frances Kissell Howard, both of this city. S IMPROVED IRRIGATED ax Farm Loans t THREE, FIVE, TEN YEARS st With Privileges GEO. F. BROOKS to Real Estate and Loans First National Bank Building Be of a MAA--- se LOCALBREVI1IES Eagle., mnet tonight. Mrs. Wilson of lolo is very ill at St. Patrick's hospital. Magazines-P. 0. News stand.-Adv. Low Wemple. of Carlton was a visi tor in the city yesterday. Marsh, the undettaker, phone 321. Adv. Dr. W. N. King of Victor had busi ness in Missoula yesterday. Stenographer Catlin, Hammond B3k. -Adv. George Custer of Victor spent the day on business in Missoula. Dr. Willard, osteopath. 1st. Natl. bank.-Adv. F. A. Stiers of Frenchtown came into the city yesterday on business. The Emp. Bureau for help; 122 red; Ind. 647-Adv. H. E. Reed was in Missoula yester day on business from Florence. Wanted-Good 8 per cent city loans. Wheeldon-Rossi Co.-Adv. Joseph Bowden of Corvallis spent the day on business in Missoula. Ronndup coal. M. R. C. Smith, rooms 206-208 Montana Bldg.-Adv. Lloyd Weiss went yesterday morn ing on a business trip to Spokane. Stenographer Dawson, Montana Blk. -Adv. C. W. Norpuist of the Crescent store is in Spokane this week on business. Achor, piano tuner. B. 823 grange. -Adv. Mrs. H. E. Sanderson, a nurse, is Ill at her home in Hoio(vale addition. Humane society.- Call up 899, red r black. P. 0. box 60. R. F. D. 1. Adv. Mr. and Mm. James McDonald of Potomac are in Missoula for several lays. Newton IT. Schweiker, optkcal spe ialist. Rooms 203-205 Montana Blk. Adv. -Mr. and Mrs. Dan Smith of IHaMs Portal spent the day shopping in Mis soula. Dr. Louise Smith, osteopath, Ma sonic temple. Phone 618; res. 533 red. -Adv. Judge Walter M. Blickford is in Spokane for a few days this week on business. Fresh roasted coffee daily. D. & E. -Adv. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cosman left for Rockford. Wash., on the Columbian 'esterday. J. L. Ward of the Missoula Light 0 Water company is in Spokane this veek on business. 1. M. Ross is here from his lumber 'amp at White Pine to spend a few lays with his family. F. G. Moore, chiropractor, Ham. B1k. Any disease; exam. free. Bell 1084. Cdv. Lamar Maclay has come. into the 'ity from oino to attend the athletic all and to visit friends. Dr. Anna James, osteopath, Higgins lock. Phone 834 black.-Adv. it. Gamache of Victoria, B. C., and R. Cyotte of Winnipeg, Man., were guests it the Palace hotel yesterday. Lieutenant Philoon left last evening or Chicago on a short leave of ab ence from his duty at Fort Missoula. S. W. Hudson, chiropractor. B. & A. 3lig. Any disease. Examination free. -Adv. Mrs. Allen Hohhbliti is here from her iome in the Bitter Root valley spend ni ga few days with her father, N. G. Levis. Handy scratch pads and waiter liecks for sale at The Missoulian of 'ice.-Adv. Mrs. Blake and her daughter, Miss tisie Blake am hero from their home it Suila fr a few days of visiting and hopping. 8 per cent Missoula Money to loan; luick service. Taylor and Pearson. CdV. Miss Bernice Panehot and Miss Har *iet Hammond have taken apartments or light housekeeping at 545 South 'ourtih street west. Sharp reductions on all ready-made ;arments. Martin's, East Cedar St. Cdv. Ford Kennett has gone to spend the eimaining winter months in the, south. to will visit for a. time in St. Louis and then go on to Florida. Money to loan on ranch and city urolierty. Ht D. Fisher, 113 E. Main ,treet.-Adv. Mrs. B. B. Holland and d ughter vere in Missoula yesterday en ronute o their home in Ovandio, 'after a iuntnth's visit in Htelena. Alex 'I. Skilohnalid has taken the d1ace rocenotly held by S. E. tuirdick n the mien's cluitiing department of 'le Misusoula Mercantile company. Miss Agiucs Sehwaten of Stevensville vum a guest of fretnds in Missoula 'esterday, wthile on her return to her tudies in a huusineuus college in Seattle. Jack Levings and A. J. Itiggert teft 'eaterda~y for their homes in Mitchell, 4. 1). The gentlemen have been noikin~g at conch property in this see ion. ~a jor E. A. Lewis arrived yesterday rom his station in the Philippine sisiuds to spend a furlough of two or bree months with his family at Fort .1 ssoula. Mrs. J. It Webuer left Sunday even ag for points in eastern Montana and louth Da~ota. where she will be for wo weeks visiting relatives and riends. L. C. Wood, coffee specikhiet for htone, Ordean & Wells, is in the city and will spend a fortnight in this ter- I rltoly with local representatives of the firm. Misses Carrie and Jessie Wharton went yesterday morning to their itbme in Butte after spending two weeks in Missoula, guests of Miss Helen McLeod. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Love living at 629 North Fifth street, fell yesterday and cut'his chin so that several st'tches were required to close the wound. Rev. J. N. Maclean, D. D., goes to day to Deer Lodge, where as a repre sentative of the Presbyterian board of education he will conduct religious services at Montansa college. G. H. Nash, a well-known contrac tor, has returned from Red Lodge, where the has been for a month on busineos. After a short stay in Mis soula, Mr. Nash will go to Sheridan, Wyoming, on other business. Charles H. Dailey of Florence ap plied yesterday for homestead entry on 80 acres included in the west half of the northeast quarter of section 34, township 11 nortlh, r onge 19 west. The application was allowed. William H. Sabin of St. Ignatius ap plied yesterday for homestead entry on 40 acres in unit "C'," the southwest quarter of the, northwest quarter of section 2, township 18 north, range 20 west. The application was suspended. Thomas Jorgensen of Plains applied for homestead entry on 148.84 acres in the northeast quarter, the south half of the northeast quarter, lots 1 andi, of section 2, township 20 north, range 23 west. The application was suspended. Dr. R. H. Nelson returned yester day from Spokane, where he attended the mid-winter clinic of the Spokane County Dental society. "I had a good limo and gained some new ideas well worth while," was Dr. Nelson's report of the trip. R. G. Vnorhorst, who Is employed as a fruit inspector and 'r the direc tion of State Horticulturist M. L. Dean at Stevensville, 11ft yesterday for a month's visit in Michigan. Mr. Voorhnrst has promised to bring his bride back with him next March. Edsworth F. Traxler of Florence ap plied yesterday for homestead entry on 160 acres in list 1-1327, the north half of the nortfhwest quarter and the north half of the northeast quarter of section 21, township 2 north, range 19 west. The application was sus pended. LITTLE BLACK "PUPPO" CAUSES MUCH TROUBLE A little black water spaniel dog has been causing a great lot of trouble over tan the west side of town recently. Sunday there was a fight over the pup that caused the police to 'be summoned and yesterday the dog's alleged owner, Mtiude Warrington, filed a complaint agaiinst Frank Taylor, also an alleged owner, for the possession of the clog, valued at $25, andpn additional sum of like amount as damages for "'tlien ation of rifictions." There wits a prelimiiar:, examination of the facts of the case, he County Attorney 1107 fron yesterday and JNrstice Small set 1 the trial for 2 i'clock this afternoon. t, HOW'S THIS! We offer one hundred dollars reward a for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0., it We, the undersigned, have known F. J. el Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry I' out any obligations made by his firm. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMTERCE. g Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, acting directly upon the blond and mu- w cous surfaces of the system. Testimonialsa sent free. Price. 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa- tI tion.-Adv. RED APPLES APPRECIATED. State Hiirliei'ltlirist M. L. icinn re- U ceived two tetlogra ms yesterday from St. Paul. One came from Howard El- l liott, president of the Northern Pa- s, ciflo, railway, and one came from J. M. ilannaford, president of the Northern cý Express company, both saying "Thank a You" and expressing high apprecla- it tion of the boxes of McIntosh Red apples which Mr. Dean sent them a few days ago. HARMONY LODGE NO. 49. A. F. & A. 1t. ISpecial rincetrig at 7:30 o'clock iiitniht. M.M. degri'i work. Visiting lii thers invilirt to it - tend. I'. It. A VERY, Sei'.-Aiiy. DANCE. it ate.t "eiirtuar., 4. '513, at 1.110i ra Iil. Music liy Mtiss.'ni. Cluiber rorhstra. 'rickets $1.00. lUnrhr's frec.-Adv. PRINTING OF FICE BURNS. Deos Mirires. I' e. 3.-Fire. .stirtiirg in tire clecirrilty iin, detractmerit, par Ilil~ly dealtroyedi mu .. Hormeoir'nir Puli lirihing rompirry s friur-story iiuiliiing hbere early tuin a. Emdtimaterl daii age. 8175.005.ca idu I.aty inriurrine. Reputation proves value. 'Tested throughout three generations-known the worldover as the most reliablepre ventive and corrnctive of stomach, liver, bowel trou l des-an unequal ed reputation has been secured by BEECHAM'S PILLS SeM s.rwb A la beame toes., 25.. In the BITTER ROOT A choice 40, 3, tillable. Fine im provements. iirst-class water right. Will accetpt one-half pay ment in Missouri property, town lots or dwelling. W. H. SMEAD, Higgins Block. Phone 212 Red. Missoula, Mont. RUN" the Household Right nth SLD DUST< Housework is hard work with out Gold Dust; with it to save half your time and labor, it's a joy and satisfaction. Gb `Gold Dust cleans everything about the DUSvy house-from cellar to attic-and cleans it better and quicker than any other product, device or method that was ever invented. Millionsof women have found this out; we're talking to those who haven't and are consequently doing their work in a longer, harder way. The use of Gold Dust will save your time, spare your back and make your home as spick and span as a new pin. If you have never used Gold Durt; either make a bee-line for your grocer's at once or call him on the wire and order a package. It will do all and more than we claim for it. GOLD DUSs Use Gold Dust for washing clothes and dishes, scrubbing floors, cleaning woodwork, oilcloth, silverware and . tinware, polishing brasswork, cleaning bathroom pipes, refrigerators, etc., soft ening hard water and making the finest soft soap. Let the GoldDustTwins Doyourwork" Made by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago FAIR GROUND MATTER STIIL HAMIING FIRE All day yesterday the f bard of (1unty c(Sillissilners ,were compelled to listen to suggestions from various citi'zens conierning the proper place for the county fair grounds. Some I tontine t uisincss was ineoiflplished tluring the brief intermissions of in lividuals or nomnittees but nothing else tu1s undertaklen. The commiis sioners, with the exception of J. J. Flynn, are as yet undecided which of the proiiisied tracts, the old fair groiuis on the west side, or the tract nearest the city nl the south side, w1ould he blst for the county to pur ohase for fair purposes. There are liany points besides first cost that the board has been called upon to con sider and it is clrtain that these vari ous points were presented in every doail by those who nilled at the courthouse yesterday. t'ommissioner Flynn is for the west side grounds. t'o11i sii N elillir il.it tr'i e ems to0il I he Live that for several raSonS tfile soutll side tract might he preferable. tli rillan Nelsill was leaning south at a notiveenle angle before the hoard udjiiurned yesterday afternoon. It is doubtful if the question wilt cime to a rote today. THE WEATHER 7iissoiila was given it hit of bli Zardi wealther \ esterday. It wasn't cold in the morning, but as the day pro gressed the w11ther got colder and the therllmomter dropped to 7 below iero. The wind wvas blowing hard at Hilnsshur'g where it was 25 below and at I arrison til' limerury fell to ten belies zero. The storm didn't ex iid aii y fiurviler wst thalt DesIet. The local observations. Slixinoii ... . . 23 6 a. m. Tr imer. . . .19 iliiiiioler.2(:44 6 p. mi. h:arn onte r . ... . . 7 tIl :I lisl iit .. ...- 26: fit T~he winadl iis friom the east. 1 pre cipit.ltilil if a .n5 inches wis reiirded. FIRE LOSS ADJUSTED ON FLORENCIE HOTEL The adjutstment of the fire loss of the iii iir e hotel building and the 1ddy block was completed yest( rduv afternoon, and the settle :uenn of the claim was annoncned. (in the Flir encI the atlmage allowed is $53,502.96, and on the Eddy block $675.0., a total of $54,175.76. No plalls for the recon struction of the Florence hotel block were announced. ITALIAN AVIATOR KILLED. Turin, Italy, Feb. 3.-Giuseppe No sari, an Italian avIator,'while making a flight at the aerodrome here tgis evening, fell with his machine from an altitude of 100 feet and received injuries which resulted in his death. Nosari was 32 years old and a native of Bergamo, Lombardi. ANNA FRENCH DIES. St. Paul, Feb. 3.-Ann Warner French, aged 44, novelist, short-story writer and essayist, died Saturday in the south of England, according to a cablegram received here today. Get the Original and Genuine HO R 110 K'S MALTED MILK The Food-drink for All Ages. Forlnfants,InvalidsandGrowing childreo. PureNutrition,upbuilding the whole body. Invigorates the nursing mother and the aged. Rich milk. malted gram, in powder form. A quick lunch prepared in a minute. Take no substitute. Ask for HORLICK'S. Not in Any Milk Tr rset WESTERN MONTANA NATIONAL BANK Missoula, Mont. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY CAPITAL ............................$200,000 SURPLUS FUND ................. 50,000 G. A. WOLF .......................President JOHN C. LEHSOU....Vice President J. H. T. RYMAN......................Cashier Directors. John G. Morony, M. A. Fisk, 0. A. Wolf, John C. Lehsou, F. H. Woody, J. H. T. Ryman.` A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED MISSOULA TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK Missoula, Montana Capital .. ............ .....$200,000 Surplus and Profits............... 50,000 Officers J. M. KEITH ........................President S. J. COFFEE..........Vice President A. R. JACOBS.........................Cashier R. C. GIDDINGS..........Acst. Cashier Directora J. M. Keith, S. J. Coffee, J. R. Daily, G. T. McCullough, P. J. Kline. A. R. Jacobs, Kenneth Rosa. We pay 3 per cent per annum on Savings Deposits. SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN STATE BANK Missoula, Montana United States Depository for Postal Savings Fund. TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANK. ING BUSINESS. Tra elers checks, drafts and letters of credit available in all parts of the world. Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent. Interest Paid on Savings Accounts an. Certificates of Deposit. Drink Hunters Hot Springs Mineral Water For sale by all dealers. Western Montana Liquor Co., Jobbers J. W. Davidson, Prop. HUNTERS HOT SPRINGS HOTEL BUY The Cheapest FUEL on the Market DRY Stove-Length MILL WOOD $4.50 per load. Goes farther for the money than coal. Planer Shavings for Horse Bed ding, $2.50 per load. POLLEYS LUMBER CO City Saw Mill Both Phones No, 414. Missoula Humane Society Officers If you have a case which calls for their attention, notify one of the following: President, Mrs. H. C. Myers, Bell phone 182 red. First Vice President, Mrs. J. C. Anderson, Bell phone 931. Second Vice President, Miss Alice Woody, Bell phone 90. Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. H. A. Wheeldon, Bell phone 8562 red. PETTITT & OSBORNE INSURANCE 103 East Cedar Bell Phone 647 Ind. Phone 661 INSURANCE Fire, Life and Accident Insurance and Rwcl Estate. National Surety Company. DAN H. ROSS Garden City . GARAGE S Missoula. Montana. Missoula Gas Company Begs leave to inform its patrons that it has removed its office to the Penwell block, corner South Higgins avenue and South Third street. Bell phone 563. Stops itching instantly. Cures piles, eczema, salt rheum, tetter, itch, hives, herpes, scabies - Doan's Ointment. At any drug store.