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THE MISSOULIAN, TUESDAY MQRNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1913.
WAT CH THE WANT ADS THIS CLING HS
THI MISSCLEARING H S
Daily Puzzle
IIIII -
PEACE.
The r)-e of Peace refused to land.
Quotft he: "I think I'll wait
Until I h.ave enough to'buy
A suit of armor plate."
Find the dove. Answer to yesterday's puzzle: Left skde downf!in man's
coat.
CoIt.
Classified Advertising
Rates
Per word, each time ..................1 cent
Per line, per month.............75 cents
All ads 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.
MEN-WOMEN-GET GOVERNMENT
parcel post jobs; $20.00 week: write
for list of positions open. Franklin
Institute, Dept. 209, Rochester, N. Y.
N. Y.
MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN
barber trade in eight weeks: special
inducements now; percentage paid
while 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.
HELP WANTED-MALE.
WVANTED MAN TO TAKE CARE OF
ranch. lFr particulars address P.
0. box 526, Min jsola.
WANTED-SALESMEN.
SALESMEN WANTED-TO AID US
in supplying the brisk demand of
nursery stock. Address, Capital
City Nursery Co., Salem, Oregon.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.
WESTERN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
0 P. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 128
Higgins avenue; phone 744.
THE EMP. BUREAU, 220 HIGGINS
avenue: room 7: 122 red: Ind. 647.
SCANDINAVIA N-P MElICA N LA BOR
Agev.. 120 W.Froni St.. Rell phone 694
SITUATIONS WANTED - FEMALE.
1-1Ot'SEWORK 13Y THE DAY. 1125
Ind. phone.
'OMWAN WANTS LAPNDRY A"'
home or dyi work. W. S. V., are
M1ssoulian.
A M1l)1)DLE-AGElD WOMAN; FIRST
class conk. wants work. Address
D, Missoulian:
SWl1)ISHt GIRL WVANTS POSITION
can rook and is competent at house
work. Ind. phone 1786; 525 West
Spruce.
DRESSMAKING.
FINiE STIVING FOR INFANTS AND
young childjren. 325 Eddy; Ind.
phone 2332.
WANTIOD-SEWING 13Y THE DAY:
can give good references. Bell
phone 1086.
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 he to rive you the
benefit. Anderson's Greenhouse.
MATERNITY HOSPITAL.
PLEASANT HOME DURING CON
fineinent; 546 Rollins: 369 red.
WOOD SAWING.
FOR PROMPT WOOD SAWING
phone Missoula Wood Yard: phone
458, or leave orders at Reilly's gro
cery.
FOR STRATT 0N'S WOODSAW
leave orders at Bonner's grocery.
Bell 114.
CARPET WEAVING.
CARPET WEAVING; ALSO INGRAIN
rugs. Nasts, 1018 Cooper street;
nhona 221? Ind.
MONEY
At 8%
To loan on improved city and farm
property with extremely liberal
privileges of repayment. Prompt
action.
Price & Matthew
Old Western Montana National
Bank Building, Missoula, Montana
FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE.
MODERN SEVEN-!ROOM HOUSE,
furniture, two cows, 50 chickens.
832 Cooley street.
SMALL HOUSE ON NORTH SIDE,
cement cellar and foundation; fruit
and shade trees; easy terms. 636
1Cfoe or 115 Higgins.
LOTS FOR SALE IN BLOCK 69,
Daly addition; can be bought from
owner cheap. Address Charles
Peisker, Glendive, Mont.
TWO FIVE-ROOM HOUSES, FUR
nished; one modern, rents for $35
per month; two lots, nice lawn, fruit
and shade trees, on car line; small
payments down and $35 pe' month.
Phone 823 orange.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
$1,600 BUYS 80 ACRES SIX MILES
from. Missoula; watered; 40 acres
cultivatedi; partly fenced. L. P.,
M issoulan.
160-ACRE IMIPRTIVED IIANI'II NEAR
Towner, N. D., for sale or trade.
What have you? Addres, C. A.
Francois, general delivery.
FURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT.
A NI'ELY FIIRINISITED 5-ROOM
bungalow. Inquire 433 S. Third.
TILREE-ROOM FIURNISIIEI) HOUSE
close in, cheap. 146 Woodford.
FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE.
$20; near high sch i1. Phone 945
red.
FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT
tage; all conveniences. 418 Daly
avenue.
FIVE-ROOM FIURNISIH EL) OR UN
furnished cottage. 627 S. 5th W.
Phone 440 black.
TWO-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE,
with shed and 80 feet of ground. In
quire 1606 South Fourth west.
FIVE-ROOMS, MODERN, PIANO,
nice lawn, fruit and shade trees; large
garden; on car line.; will lease to
good parties by the year, Phone
823 orange,
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS.
ROOMS REASONABLE. 211 WEST
Spruce.
HOTEL BELMONT, STEAM HEAT.
hot water; clean, airy rooms, $8.00
per month and up.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT
411 WEST PINE. DOWNSTAIRS.
MODERN, WITH GAS. 211 WEST
Spruce.
MODERN ROOMS. WITH GAS;
rent reasonable. 404 East Spruce.
THREE FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping, down stairs at 427 W.
Pine.
THRElE NICELY FURNISHED
rooms with bath; four blocks from
H iggins avenue, north ,side; by week
or month. Call 254 red, Bell.
STRAYED.
STRAYED OR STOLEN FROM MY
ranch on Miller creek, one black
mare, one bay mare, two bay colts,
two roan colts, one buckskin colt;
all Inranded Mix" on left shoulder.
Reward for any information. Ad
dress, Mix & Sons, Missoula.
REAL ESTATE, EXCHANGE.
FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR HARD
ware or general merchandise, 300
acres good wheat and alfalfa ranch;
also 320 acres desert claim close to
good Montana town. Address 1051
Hilda Ae., Missoula.
HAIR GOODS.
TWELVE YEAiRS IN THE MANU
facturing of hair goods; two years
in Missoula; all work guaranteed.
Phone Bell 1022 red; Wellington
Bennett, 835 South Sixth west. Look
for this ad every Tuesday.
WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS.
TO BUY-THREE OLD VIOLINS;
must have good tone. Call Gen. L.
('obban's music studio, 111 So. Third
WV., phone Bell 508 black.
FOR RENT-MISCELLANEOUS.
FINE SUITID OF OFFICES JUST
vacated; also two single rooms.
Apply First National bank.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.  
WILLOW RIVER, COMING COM
mercial center of interior British
Columbia; on Grand Trunk Pacific
and Pacific & Hudson Bay Rys., en
trance great Peace River country.
For full Information write Pacific
Ihand & Townsites Co., Ltd., 233
Richards street, Vancouver, B. C.
Agents wanted.
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUR.
CORDWOOD. PHONE 230 RED. L
GOOD APPLES. PHONE IND. 2543.
DRY SLABS $2.50 LOAD; Phones 458 L
FRESH MILCH COWS. APPLY 1033
Phillips.
BUFF ORPINGTON COCKERELS. 315
East Front.
FIRE INSURANCE. W. P. SMITH, F
217 Stevens street.
HEATING STOVES CHEAP.
McGuffey Hardware Co.
PAINT BARGAINS TODAY AT
Kellogg Paint Co.'s sale.
GOOD SECOND-HAND RANGE, $25.
McGuffey Hardware Co..
GOOD CORDWOOD OR 16-INCH
wood, cheap. 766 purple.
BUFFALO INCUBATOR, 200 EGGS,
$10. Bell phone 8462 red.
OLD PAPERS FOR SALE AT MIS
soulian office: 20c a hundred.
CASH REGISTERS AND SAFES.
T. G. Hathaway, 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 CARl;
good condition; or will trade. P.
0. box 36.
SECOND-HAND SINGER SEWING -
machines, $1 and up. Hoyt-Dickin- I
son Piano Co.
WORK HORSES AND BROOD -
mares. Missoula Feed corral. -. N
N. Bedell, I'rip.
HORSE, SEVEN YEARS; WEIGIHT,
1,035, and spring wagon. Apply i
315 West Cedar.
BLUE ANDALITSIANS; PRIZE WIN
ne.rs: eggs $3.00 per 15; no stock.
O. B. Roberts, Stevensville.
FOR SA9L -BAHltltlD ROCK AND
Buff ,Rock Cockrells. A. 11. Kenntcy,
It. F. I)., No. 3, Ind. Tel. 2642.
MILL-WOOD, STOVE LENGTHS;
large, heavy, dry, $4.50. Phone 249
red; Ind. 2385 your orders; prompt
delivery.
FOR SALE-A LOT OF LARGE,
white, envelopes, 4% by 11 inches;
500 for $1.00: bargain. Apply at
Missoulian office.
SECOND - HAND SEWING MA
chines, slightly used; Singers and
other makes, halt price. Singer
Sewing Machine Co., 118 E. Cedar.
FOR SALE-PLAYER PIANO,
never used; if taken at once, rea
sonable term's and a tlrgain.
Phone Bell 685, or 5689 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 SALE-WE OFFER A NUMBER
of finely bred, registered Holstein
bull calves at very reasonable
prices. Willow Glen Stock Farm,
Anaconda, Montana.
MUSIC STUDIO.
GEO. L. COBAN'S MUSIC STUDIO,
Violin, mandolin and guitar taught.
Lessons Soc. See my free instru
ments. Ill So. Third W. Bell phone
508 black.
BOARD AND ROOM.
314 WEST CEDAIt.
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
PERSONAL
- DON'T WORK FOR OTHERS ALL
of your life; see my ad under "Tim
1. ber Claims;" then get busy; costs
- nothing to investigate. John W.
t Gardner. Victoria hotel.
POULTRY.
SA FEW CHOICE RHODE ISLAND
nReds for sale; also Golden Seabright
k lbantams. Phone 7412; C. E. Lucas,
II. F. D. 3.
MONEY TO LOAN.
6' MONEY TO LOAN ON CHATTEL
k security. Room 210, Montana Bik.
:MONEY TO LOAN, 8 PER CENT, ON
good imtirdved cily or farm prop
-erty, at fair valuations. D. H.
Rtoss, rooms 1 and 2, Duncan block.
&T EIGHT PER CENT ON CITY
property, 2 to 7 years' time. Can be
repaid in easy monthly payments.
o Omear Crutchfield. 304 Hlggina Ave.
o ALBERTON HOTEL.
IMR. C. P. RItE OF MISSOULA HAS
-leased Brown's hotld at Alberton:
will conduct first-class dining room
and commercial table.
5 HIDES AND JUNK.
0 WVESTERN HII)E AND JUNK CO.
k pays Ih.e highest Prices for hides.
furs and junk. 511-27 'West Main
street; Bell 1068 red: Ind. 1710.
AUCTIONEtR.
K. L. KIRKHART, AUCTIONEER,
d 123 West Cedar. ReD. phone 133
hlsE'1: ntfina 76 blar'k
HOSPITALS.
T TIRINITY HOSPITAL, 317 WOODY;
5. modern and up-to-date. Bell
phone 316 black.
8 PER CENT MONEY
to loan on farm security.
O. B. S. ORR
First National Bank Bldg.
LOST AND POUND.
LOST - SILVER-TIPPED BLACK
fox fur scarf. Return to Missou
hlan office.
LOST GIRL'S NARROW GOLD
bracelet with engraving' Grce" on
inside, return to Missoulian, reward.
LOST-STRING (F ROSE BEADS,
between postoffice and bridge.
Finder return to Missoulnir and re
celve. reward.
FOUND - PURSE CONTAINING
small sum of money, owner may
have sampe by calling at 1107 Pop
lar St., and '1in ving same.
LOST - MOOSE LOODGE WATCH
fob. Sunday morning, between south
side and Gleason's cigar store; dia
mnond in center and engraved. Re
turn to Mtissoulian for reward.
WILL THE PARTY OR PARTIES
who took the articles from buggy in
front of Presbyterian church Sat
urday night, please return the pie
tures by mail to Mrs. 0. W. Perry,
postoffice box 635, city.
FOR RENT-HOUSES.
4 OR 5 ROOMS, 701 N. THIRD.
Phone 138 red.
FIVE-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. 643
South Fourth west.
EIGGHT-ROOM lbO ISE, Ml)ODERN.
640 Brooks street; call in rear.
FIVE-ROOM MODERN; RANGE,
shades and linoleum. 507 North
Fourth.
FIVE-ROOM BUNGALOW; GAS
range, linoleum and shades. Inqdire
433 South Third.
BOWLAND APARTMENTS - BEST
in city; one lower and one upper
Wheeldon-Rossi Co.
SIX-ROOM MODERN HOUSE;
shades and linoleum; on Stephens
avenue. Apply 328 Stephens ave
nue.
EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN;
corner Main, Cedar and Madison;
cheap to right party. Phone 251
black.
MODERN Ftl trR-ItOOM FLAT,
range; water paid. Apply 601 North
Second west, or phote, Bell 1008;
Ind. 604.
FOUR-ROOM 1101 SE, NEWLY PAP
ered and painted; water and electric
light, $14.00; water paid. Inquire
SOS West Spruce.
STORAGL
GENERAL STORAGE - EVERY
thing on earth; expert packing and
crating. J. W. Reely. 724 West
Cedar; both phones.
Notice to Contractors.
Bids will he received for the con
struction of a second story for the pub.
lic library building in Missoula, said
bids to be in the hands of the archi
tect, Ole Bakke, at his office, on or
before Monday, Feb. 17, 1913. Plans
and specifications may be soen at the
I office of the architect. The board re
serves the right to reject any or all
bids and aic hid must be accomittile I
by a certified cetck.
W. M. AI3Elt,
Secretary Board of Trustees.
-Adv.
DON'T KNOW THEY
HAVE APPENDICITIS
Many IissIi li peopl who have
chronic appendicitis, which is not
very painful, have doctored for years
for gas on the stomach, sour stomach
or constipation. The Missoula Drug
Co., corner IHiggins and Front, states
if these people will try simple buck
I thorn burk, glycerine, etc., as cotn
pounded in Adler-i-ka, the German
I appendicitis remedy, they will be sur
prised at thli iuickt benefit. A single
dose relieves these troubles instantly.
-Adv.
APPENDICITIS EPIDEMIC.
Philadelphia, Feb. 3.-An epidemic
of appendicitis has appeared in the
St. Francis industrial school in Ed
dington, near here, during the past
week. Twenty-nine of the boy stu
dents have loen operated on and four
others will undergo operations tomor
row. Physicians say large number of
cases is due to some disorder in the
school and will make an investiga
tion.
HUSBAND IS ALIVE.
Wichita, Kan., Feb. 3.-For 40 years
Mrs. Alice Eddy thought her first hus
tand, Newton S. Clothier, dead. To
day sh- received a letter from Staf
ford, Kan., saying Clothier was there
and would soon visit her here. Mrs.
Eddy married Clothier in North Eng
lish, Iowa, in 1865. Eight years after
Clothier disappeared she married
George 1'. Eddy, who died in IIutch
inson, Kan.
SALE CONFIRMED.
Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 3.-The sale
of properties of the Southern Iron &
Fteel company made last we-k to rep
resentatives of a New York reorgani
zation committee for ' $1,505,000 was
confirmed today by Referee in Bank
ruptcy Dryer. The refereo obtained a
promise that the reorganization com
mittee would grant to unsecured se
curities holders the same opportunity
of participating in the plans of re
organization as those secured.
Don't You Believe It.
Some say that chronic constipation
cannot be cured. Don't you believe it.
Chamberlain's Tablets have cured oth
ers-why not you? Give them a trial.
I They cost only a quarter. For sale by
all druggists.-Adv.
MARKET IS BEARISH
AND SLUGGISH
RANGE OP QUOTATIONS SUG
GESTS A WAITING ATTITUDE
REGARDING THE WAR.
New York, Feb. 3.-Wall street was
inclined to look on the bearish side of
things today and the market was slug
gish with a heavy tone. The range
of quotations was not large enough
to reflect a decided change in senti
ment; rather it suggested a waiting
attitude.
Perhaps the news for which the
street waited most eagerly was defi
nite word whether the Balkan war was
to be resumed. It is assumed that
cot*inuance of hostilities would have
a depressing effect on the money and
securities market of the world.
Fear of widespread labor trouble in
the steel industry was an influence on
the bear side. Uncertainty whether
the Minnesota rate case decision
would be announced was a large factor
in the morning and when word came
there would be no ruling today, prices
were borne down under the most act
ive selling of the day.
The steady pressure against steel
made it the most consptuous stock
of the day's trading and forced it
down well over a point at times. Can,
whose sensationti advance lasi Sal or
day excited much comment, pursued
an uncertain course today, opening off
a point, recovering its loss and then
falling three points. Southern Pacific
was heavy.
Losses among most of the leading
stocks, however, were comparatively
small. For a time in the midday trad
ing the market tade a showing of
strength, Lehigh Valley, Reading atd
Union Pacific leading a spurt with
rises of a point, but the list soon gave
way again.
Declaration of a $40 dividend on
Standard oil of New Jersey was fol
lowed by active trading in oil stocks
on the curi. Standard of New Jersey
bounded up 15 points but later list a
large part of Its gain.
London sil stoclCs here today, dis
posing of about 15,00(t shares on bal
ance.
The bonds were irregular. Southern
Pacific ciilateral 4's were strong and
active. Total sales, par value, 2,075,
000.
'tanatma 3's advanced 1-4 per cent
on iall.
New York Closing Stocks.
Amalgamated Copper . 73
American Bect Sugar .. 371/
American Cotton oil .......... .1.
American Smelting & I(ef'ng . 731/r
American Sugar Ref. (ex. rights)117½
American Tel. & Tel. ..........132
Anaconda Mining (Co. .... 37%
Atchison . .. . 103%
Atlantic Coast Line (hid) . 129%
Baltimore & ( hio 102%
IRroooklyn Hapid Transit 91
Canadian Pacific 239%
Chesapeake & Ohio (hid) . 77%
Chicago & North Western . 1371/4
Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul 113%
Colorado Fuel & Iron . 3%
Colorado & Southern (hid) . 31
Delaware & HIulson (hid) .164
Denver & Itio (iranle (hid) 21
Erie . .. 311/4
(feneral Electric 142/
Great Northern (4(l1.) 12814
Great Northern ire (efts.) . 111,2
Illinois Central 128%
Interborough-Mct. 19%
Interhorough-iMet. (pfd.) 6141/4
Inter Harvester .. 1131/4
louisville & Nashville (hid) .1381½
.ssannri Pacific . 41A
Missouri. Kanans & Texas (lid) 26%
Lehigh Valley 1615
National Lead 521
New York Central 1081/2
Norfolk & Western .110%
Northern Pacific 119,
Pennsylvania . ....... . 122
People's Gas (hid) 115
Pullman Palace Car .162
Heading . 165%
Rock Island Co,... . . . 2414
Hock Island Co. (pfd. ) 43
Southern Pacific 10'%
Southern Railway 27
Union Pacific ... 161
l'nited States Steel 64½
United States Steel pfd. (ex. div.)108%
Wahash 4
Western Union............. .. 72
Boston Mining Stocks.
Allojac . . 38
Amalgamated Copper 72%
Am'n Zinc 1Lead & Sm. 311
Arizona Commercial 3%
lns. & ('orb ('op. & Sil. Mg 6%
Calumet & Arizona 66
Calonet & H'l'i 4195
('entennial. 161/
Copper hange 'on. Co. 47½
Ilust 1 .utte lop. Mine 14
Franklin 71
(liroux t onsoltinlted . 4
Granby Consolidated 68½
Greene Cananea .R'/4
Isle Itoyalte (Copper) .... . 284
Kerr Lake 31/4
Lake Colpper ... . 19%
L Salle C(opprr . 4%1
Miami Copper ..23b
Mohawk ..3S
Nevada Consolidated 181/4
Nippising Mines . . 8%
North Butte . 30.,0
North Lake 2%
(Id lominion 49
(isceola . 96
Quincy 73
Shannon . 12
Superior . 41½
1 Superior & Boston Min. 4
Tamarack . 32
U. S. Sm. Itef. & Min. . 41
U. S. Sm. Ref. (pfd ) . 49
Utah Consolidated .t10%
Utah Copper Co. 54
Winona 3
Wolverine ..... . . 67
New York Bonds.-Northwest Circuit.
- U. S. Refunding 2's Reg. 101
U. S. Refunding 2's Coupon . 101
1U. S. 3's Reg. ........................102%
L S. 3's Coupon .........................102%
U. S. New 4's lee .g...........................113%
U.. S. New 4's Coupon ....................113%%
..ew York Central, General 3%s 86%
Northern Pa, if'c 3's ........... 68
Northern Pacific 4's ............. 98%
Union Pacific 4's ...... .......... 99%
Wisconsin Central 4's ........... 91
New York Mining Stocks.
Comstock Tunnel Stock ....... 8
Comstoc. Tunnel Bonds (offered) 12
Con. Cal. and Va. ................ 14
Iron Silver ..................... _..150
Leadville Con. (offered) 8
Little Chief . 4
Mexican .......................50 -
Ontario .........................250
Ophir ........ ................. 28
Small Hop"s .. . 15 -
Standard (offered) 100
Yellow Jacket .................. 13 C'
Chicago Livestock.
Chicago, Feb. 3.-Cattle: Receipts,
20,000. Market, steady. Beeves, $6.25
(t9.20; Texas steers. $4.90015.75; west
ern steers. $5.6000`7.311; stockers and S
feeders, $4.7,0(7.6t0; coie and heifers, (1
$2.90(07.45; calves, 56.054,10.00. T
Iliogs---Receipts. 4.700, Market,
steady to shade above no aturday's av
erage. Light, $7.40417.70; mixed, $7.45
(47.70; heavy, $7.30 o7.70; rough, $7.30
40,7.45; pigs, $6.1004 7.45; hulk of sales,
57.601(,7.63.
Slheep-Recel'its, '25,000. Market,
steady to strong. Native, $4.64( 4t.90; 1
western, $4.75, 5.05; y'arlings, $6.3550(
7.75; ianibh. tati,'t, $61.1004, .70; west
ern, $6.606 S.7.
R
Grain and Provisions.
Chicago, leh. 3. - Wheat sagged to
day as a result of heavy snow dis
Idoling iold weathr' d arer dn ger, In the
wheat droip belt. 'ToIll( market closed
unsettled at it de' line of 14ar t , a et
Corn finishedl 1/1010 L Wie up; oats
untch1an1ged, to it sixteenth higher and
prtvisions were dearer by 2ile t1, to
121/xc
thibi, as well a:= the southwest, had
shade in r ot snowfall that disaoler
aged the wheas bulls. Oiiyatly in
tteasel offerings of (ssh what to Ar
rive at Kansas (Illy and here refiet,-ed
Curtil ,in eoliitions e i it t ttIde si a le.
titertt l depressing faitors were huge
world' shMiipmnents and lit, smallaness
of i ll visible supply decrease.
Assertions ralit 3i bottlatds had
been lakeI ,r exporters at the sea
hoard brauli 7 iaout a slight llrs Illn
in the whear market In the gast tt p
Corti litra'ted rvimtrkabhh support
on account of statements that aryls
to drought, fr, tgeArgent txport sur
plus would he less than hall'flte prr
vlous year' toal(8. It wax also turrnt u4
gossip that furnu'rs were selling but
little ot contiry slatet ils 1) 9st. (III to
other hand, business In oats Irovedt
slilht ;Ill( filletutittons not more than
it shade.
Provistigs rall,'d owing to purchase.
of 3,1110 thorces of lard by brokers
thought to he act'nA f.r onekers. ''l
worli sock of Iird i howi d only it
smial increase c' pared lw 'ith literisl
gain an year ago.
Today's range:
May tiheat iltpeitedt at 93410''' to t
93' % ; high, 934,'; l ,', 924t; clse,
ft 31/ to '4e.
IA~ay corn opened at 521,{ to :21/{;
high, 52%(1'%(; low, 502,(/; close, t
152'50(1)%c.
Maty oats opened at 34'; 11161, :344r
tic; low, 33%0-34c; close, 340 4,-.
Metal Market.
New fork, l*'lt. 3. topper, woak,
spot and le'irunttiary, $1h.7 id; Mtai h
I and April, $15.12'Aet.15.67iA; May,
1 $15.00 l 0fl 1ti15 2'; Ille't'lrolyti,', 516.'11);
lake, $16.51)0016.75; 'asting, 51,11.6(1)0
i 16.25.
i I 'Iin, wov k. Spot, $49.27rttii.00: Feb
ruary, $49.200)49.40; March, $48.05;
April, $46.650,l49.00.
i l eand, steady, $4.2.0 04.35.
i'Spelter, easy, $6.5506.77,.
& Coppter exports this itimith, 24.059
ttotis.
Landon till. wean; spot. £224 5ss;
futures, £222.
ciLondon lead,. £16 Itsi 3d.
London spotlter, 4:26.
N Money Market.
New York, Pell. 3. -Money ~n c:111
firmer, 2'/244% per c'nt; ruling rat,
21/ per cent; (luding bIl(] 2'/, pet' cent;
offered at 2% per cent.
Timt, loans, fit'ner; 60 1nts, 3!§0o
3% per cent; 90 days, 4 per cent; six
months, 41'A per cent.
1Bar silver, 62%,'.
4ttvernm, nt hands, I1; railroad
hands, irregular.
Minneapolis Wheat.
88%,'. 'asit: Ntt. I t,,rdl, 07%t; Ntt.
I ntirtthern. 86i% Ot'7'%t; Nit. 2 nirtih
,'rn, 84%0,i85%c ; Ntt. 2 ttril, Mittottaa,
17%", N,. 3 'het, 82'%t8t'%t'.
Methodist Minister Recommend.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
flev. J,,tmes A. L,.,vrs, MiIlaca, Mitnn.,
writes: ''(hattbitriin' t"Ctught lItm
ed'ty htas been ai neededI atid w'l t'ttme
Aguest in ,,ur homne for a ntumber tof
years. I highly recommentl it ititmy'
feiltows as being a mnedicino worth o' ,,
trial in cases of colds, eouighs and
~,croup." Give Chamblertain' lii Cogl
4,Remedly a triat mind we aro con~fidl,'nt
you will rind it very efi'ecitual and tin
A Inume to usis it as toceasiton retjuires ftor
years to etite, aq many otmher', ii,,e
done.) 1'r samlo by tall tirtggists ' dv.
I How is your
FIRE INSURANCE?I
115 Higgins Avenue
FOR RLNT
ILarge storeroomt on Higgins avenue
it n the heart of the business eec
tion.
R. MO OBBAN REALTY CO.
% 212 Higgins Avenue.
STOCK RANCHES
General Farm Lands
Best List in
Western Montana
Hoverson & Stephens
104 East Main Street
Missoula, - Montana
SOCIETY DIRECTORY.
WOODMI1N OF THE WORLD.
"AMP NO. 73-Meets the second and
nourth Friday nights of each month.
)dd Fellows' hall annex.
C. P. HT3RMAN, C. C.
J. E. AitilEY. Clerk.
621 Harris street.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, MIS
SOirLA (COUNCII, NO. 1021-Meets In
Odd Fellows' hall, first and third
Thursday cviinings of each month.
JOtIN ii. T l.AN, Grand Knight.
D. W. FiITZPATRICK. Fin. Sec.
S MISSOUllA LODGE. NO
1I, A. F. & A. M.-etugular
meetings first and third
Tuesdays in Masonic temple. Sojourn
ing brethitn coiite iy Invited.
loittlTl;:I N. iit.2AI.t. \V. M.
F. F. SQiTIRiES, Secretary.
WESTEIIN SUN CIIAPTEIt, NO. 11,
R. A. M.-Meets first and third Fri
days of 'itch month in Masonic temple.
.1. WV. LIST'itF, II. P.
S. iI. M'iALL, Secretary.
IIAltMONY LOI)GS NO.
49, A. F. & A. M.-Meets in
K. of P. hall, E. Front street.
Regular commuinlcations, let
and 3rd Mondays Visiting
meibters are especlally invited
CEO. I. PORTER, WV. M.
C. It. AVERY, Secretary.
0. E. S. igt.CTA CHAPTER.
0Ni). 7--- Meets first and third
Thursdays of each month in
Masonic temple. Visitors espe
clally wlicnme.
Xit S. EA.\1ii litll). W. M.
JA~llMS i.. XVAi.iAt'XC. \V. P.
Nilis. XX1 it. Ii. iI .lL, Secretary.
S. 5. I;MMANIEi. CHAR
T1Ilt1. Ni. 6i Regular meetings
secondl aid frth r Wednesdays
of each month at i8:10 p. nm., in
Mllsutiic I it mpie. Visiting members
cnrdiltiv inviitei) .
NiITS. ALXiI A Ki'l1,IEY, XV. M.
MAiXY \\WAIINIT, Seretary.
MISSitI'iA AI~ill; NO. 12, F. O. 10.
Miila first and third Tuesdays of
ench iinih at 8:00 p. In., at Eagles'
hall, WIist Mlain
W. A. IU iOAN, President.
JAS. A. IiAKlEi, Secretary.
Stillt.l1i:i1 it LtOIlOI, NO. 4 SONS
Oli IiItll tANN Meets in Eagles' hall
first and Miii Sundays of each month
at 8 o'clo ii p. In.
.INit t. i I. ilE. pirs) dent.
F. W. KileiIAl, Secretary.
IiNITPO AtII''iSANS Miels every
second 'Thursday at Odd F'ellows' hall
aintiex ai 8 p. ln.
S.1. \X'EitlI'iTMAN, M. A.
S. L. iIIIN1iAM. Secretary.
MISSti'l.A ('AMP, NO. tt329, M. W.
A. -Ilegular meetingi first and third
stenchys at .r p. In., 1. i. O. F. 11,11.
A \i:t't:, t nstil.
III-:NlYI:' K LY C Ierk.
12; Higgins Xvei m'.
It tY'Al, IIitIhl.ANi)EitS-iRegular
meetings first and third Thursdays of
'rich month at 8 p. in., in 1. O. O. F.
nutnex. I air landy., Unlu 1. Smith: I.
P. F'. P. Kern. Secretary-Treasurer. 218
East Mit i street.
L 0 Y A L
ORDE FR
OF' MOOSE
-Meets ev
ery Thurs
day evening
of each
month at 8
It. mi., at K.
of P. hall.
W. A. LttIAN. Dictator.
1i. I'. ItLAKi.:t.Y, Secretary.
NOTICE!
SIx -rountr nltuldern houise nn l11ilnt
vtreit; 101t 1' l x Ii ; ;a btrga in 11 1 11
(liose-in huns; $2,1100
Ne- five- rioom iti;llw ol South
I'ourth Str,"it; l11t ;,lxI;t ; : sn ar p
at $1,750
TAYLOR & PEARSON,
Missoula, Mont.
Phone 1724. Bell 920.
BLACKFOOT LAND COMPANY
BARGAINS
To thoso lolkinig for :I home we
offe4r tilt folinwing, allt bd"uiv their
rotti Valli":
CI'Ivi'l:1nd str, 1t, nl'w ;,ul
1101480, In tr11 Beillo~ $2.-101
t'l 'vel': rill st rl'It, 11111 .,- x11111 hlo lln
1 lit fl nt to school and (:I
ling, $1,2611
ft shkn1" o t tion, Ia tifi l ni 'i
I'as hu1ll;1linw, (-lst $a,000, f1nr
"tily $.5
initi st struit west. nv*
i orli house.; tout i~i t w iuater i
bUrn; its of fruit $2,351e
Turd strieet, n1"w b1riick ln-ro 1
ern ho-ti ; :titti it iii rel n tI l is isa
rNi re halrt' 1 -t ,it : ii
fur . $3,550
Laws add., Vi fth strI't, twvo hlucks
front ca 33 lin Hg; giin :,-rui bouseB
two lots; ~11x1:;11 fet'- ; Ilu ht~s mne
wiltr; oBl Phrne $7016
W. RG00 lasacock Ithick t has nds. oln
pro\,"d farmis l1e1) to _.0011 acre
tracts; to'u'rs #__.:11 to $;,0 pler
aicre.. IIrand, t ownsite.
Sire-ialt att,"Itilln to rentals and
collectiolns.
BLACKFOOT LAND CO.
Office Rooms 31-32 Higgins Block
Bell Phone 163
W. R. Glasscock Chas. T. Morrell

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