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THE GOLDEN RULE STORE Missoula's Popular Trading Center ATTEND the Febru ary Cleanup Sale which starts here tomorrow. Big price-reductions on women's and misses' ready-to-wear and millinery. Watch the men's section for some startling prices on men s clothing and overcoats. WHY SOME REFUSE CHRISTIANITY EVANGELIST POINTS OUT REA SONS FOR MANY FAILING TO BECOME CHRISTIANS. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Mr. Smith ann.Iunc, d l.st even ing that he purposed making totley (Friday) the most interesting anl important day to date .The after noon service will be in line with that ambition. The subject of the Bible talk xwill be "The Christian Walk." Mr. Smith will rilat :an amusing incident frIm , his own railroad life. The I,: 'ssau, is ,' , he usuallty It lixers * 't unIlls S mII day mornin a.ulih (e. n ll l 11~ask the Christi n;ls ,,sl.J ic lly 1to .I!I: , This r Su it of aft .lt't lltf , l. ix morning servlice. pln'l x shutI 11;.. I featnrl. A . 0-in i te r lpo x r t ill' in' will h, hell at 7 l. mI. 'iTh shi r' to, all who ,tt nld. .itl (i ll(lmt it r' t 'si o r' itl, r'' tx or ndlt t T i irt sinx ' .,g xI I I , .111 One of the 1muii al fatirll ''s ,vill h," -r d,,ring ,f an ari rlt,ln t ,,. ' 1 tnh r u"oV Thy Lr, 't." the choir if the Fir>t M\ethdist 'lurch. This nlln lt,"- 1 il 1, , ru " by request If thile' vang,'list, oVIw re, ently heard it, and ho \11say thos5, whiO miss it . ill "lis s it sure. IMr. Smith's sui, jct xwill h,. "Vlhat It ('osts tI, 111 'hri tin." It will be as intersting t~ tllh young as t. Itih, , l l" pe pl, . ~1lT"r a t, rged t to atttend. The attenti ,n of th1(1111 InlI o l ity is called to th1, great 1 a. meeting fotr In n, \\hi< I will b, "old next .n!tday at "I p. Il., N1 ,' Evangelist iSwith, hims.lf aln ohl railroad man, wi ill t, ll ,t, thrihllin story of t \it " 11 l lxrt-i tlw r ,s e u e itf l raill ,ad ,I I il 1". A 11IIIC - en's llI til t ng will h,, hI,.I l l I t the same hlqlr at the First c'onkr eI" tt'onal church, MI's, I. N. 1al, t, be th t lea'Ier. Evangelist Smith is surely h,,lding his crowd and his eril, ul, ,n it. Eact night the alt, ntl n ,, is larg- r c'' th, meeting in. Iht ]art, hall awll thl earnest interest ith thl," servi:'.,s setems to grow de, .1~r <1tli.,. il- ill (,h.i - nlection 'vitn th . t,',- imn :< is Ill ,,~\ - rng more than t1h'd [ ",*I IIH th hurns chir, mul atr ] il', f, , evening it sans; ill l l "1\i ..'+ +OItular a fe'w ,M a .s n , th, t , nt'', in'vit'al in \W al,-s, \11 clill tha ,. P' , . of .I'sus' N aim,-"' 1., th,. t.,, ,t That \\-ill t ,' t i i at . . I '. The Gold Dust Twins' Philosophy DOES it occur to you, my friends, that woman's labor never ends:-that is, if she's inclined to be a trifle stubborn constantly. Some housewives glory in the thought that battles won must be re-fought. This jingle is for those who try to smile First Aid at toil and reason "Why;" who will not to The Housewife let the household cares crush down life's other glad affairs. You'll find, where Mrs.Smith or Brown thus reason, in a certain town, that Gold Dust helps to minimize the-number of back-aches and sighs. The Gold Dust Twins forever toil, with dirt and trouble as a foil. They start each morning, at t!.e top, and only after night-fall stop. Opportunity i Knockin at Your Dor Theirs is to DO if NOT to DIE Opportu Knocking at Your Door Theirs is to never question"why?" At kitchen tasks their talents shine; the floors they polish up S are fine; in fact, no matter where S they go they leave a spotless trail; and so, like sunshine, when the sky is grey they help to drive the clouds away. Each grain of Gold Dust also shares in cleaning up the house hold wares; each mop it touches seals a bond, to make a mop a fairy wand; each brush or cloth holds regal sway in driving dirt's dull care away. tkiitiint-' s;or; ot-ne f his hest so105, l o nill(tiu .s ~p 11 hire. 1 rl. illth' ,i ih, t ls : ir. rsIt tri'a,11, .l ' foir theiri ;,un'en. andl uplift. ie lhitc ra're Irts as a t.-a'htr. ýý me Slspeia mtllelonn th shlld lh1 av mianner in which the great er -vd oif Wie inesday eilo ing satng ",.t\rica.' .' it m.i ys TIin ontln' lirthd;iv the Un ,elist alc i fior the tl thai l ' t arl Tnt ill the nllIeul ry of Il; " it t , etin: haul its maj,.sty and pow. The Sermon. Takling. this text. "Ye \ill not enn' unto Me that ye nilgiht havi e life," (,ioin i:410, Mr. Smith said: "Our uInrd and Savior was forced to say a great many pathetic things when on earth, but none more so than the words of the text. The same thing is true today. AlMetn simply will not Cotor unto Him. To put it in other truthful words, The reason why non Christians are not Christians, is be caluse they do not want to be, and ieause. as cof ild. they will not cone. To be sure, tlhere may he exceptilons Ito that rule, ibut not manyi. i'ithout ldoubt 11ent. in a sense, do wish toi ibe i'hristians and do expoet to lh, some tihe. 'That is, thy di, n.t want to he 1,st, lld ley th n ( want to et to HeIseOP; but thev (do no want to pay tlhe rice' of giving uip self ad l doing anythiiln int rotin. tile up 100 of the .tou.tk in trade excuses, thenc dig tou tite lottint of themn, anid you will find the fin'ndatiton if all to he: 'I do noit wVilnt to. an I \vill not do it.' "It is Ili'ways ia pleansure to prove tni's pl`it, so 1 purpotse to doi that thlinig tnight. .in it is illan easy task. tFirst of aill let llle silay, yiou are not nonl -C'thrist ians. atnd, tlleriefore, tin sav,'il\ ht-uo-iice of your sin neicessarily, fort il lo'es the sinner and htas, Ihro untrh Htis lvo., provided ait way iof e a .... froiln sin, and Ie. declares that l, is noIt \tillitng that anyl shoulhl t'ri i., Initl all shoullld repent and he saV d. His iticta tiiot is: 'Turn yte. llr'll . r \\y f " will --(note the tertm) - i, di-i ' ' hin, of ,il.crsc , Is the rtlllll of your lost condition, hut it is , ti.atuse you loie.'' it and will not iilrs;l tte ' it that y Iou a' 'e lost. "., ' nlly, ym l ir l nar t t non-Cris thllls fiand therefore 110ilt l d'd. |hee tlSO of dish-lief' . I lbeIgan mly IChristian -workl in a cly founded in infideolity, :tlh \lhe I" v wen there, I expected to hear Lvery 'othllr person say, I don't h'llo''.'.' Biit it was at rare i thing to Sthat \\hih. s rtilt s were no lit ('llristiansll th*tey dul o llitv, h in s(lnd and Hisf \w <'d. since then I hiave tsted that thin. ni. lVy ilii- i s, i is I didi in your Iit ti- c'k t.et] : \i' ''0 ''111 I as tked it 4r at InI litc. e of t i l. It to staild-'vl rt.lo iI. \'h l helie\ed the li hle to he the word of (Cll. iMiln\- if yon were here, and Ktill ri .ilulhl, what happened. Only vry few k'ept their seals. Mlore than that, y'hi mty Iolil,'vu if you trill. fin ti. city I h l i'e rIf Ir itled to. I did rind snote who hatd iteen poisoned tiy I t'e ntmosther , if slcepticism n in which they hrod lived, a:d durhin the fot'l e.l.ts I 1 i thw . ]s , I hlaid ' .- great ],hensure of loading it score of young lllti fl'iom sucth perim.s ito tst. C.'rist's promise when he said: 'He that willeth to do His will shall know tthe teaching, whether it be of God, or whether I speak of myself,' and God, never failed His promise. Will you 'will' to do His will and thus know? "Again, you are not non-Christian, and therefore unsaved, because you do not undervtand, for people unsaved here tonight, know what they should do concerning the Christian life, as well as they know the way home. But they do not do it, simply because they do not want to. It would he an insult for me to say, 'you are a lot of ignoramuses and do not know what It means to be a Christian.' That is another thing which I have tested again and again. You men saw me do so last Sunday, and when I asked the great audience of men gathered here, the question: 'Do you understand what it means to be a Christian, and do you know it is right?' Men stood as one man to answer yes. I ask yon why it is that men and women who are abisolutely honest in other things and who would be ashamed to refuse to Ano w\hat they admit to be right, will say in one act it is right to he Christian, and yet re fuse to do right in the next? I tell you there is but one answer--they do not want to. The text answers, 'Ye will not come unto Me.' "The discussion of the searching theme of tonight, Is not complete without calling attention to the fact, that God in creation has honored man above all, by giving him a mind with which to grasp and a. will with which to choose, and no man therefore can say that God is a monster for damn ing souls, for God never damned a soul, and never will. If you are lost, it will he because you will to be-be cause you choose to be , and not because God wills you to he. For, as we learned at the beginning. Hle wills that all should he saved, but HTe cannot save you agailnst your stllhblorn will. Our wills are supre'lne and have all to do with our salvation, and you will he savoed or lnst 'as you will' when you leave this hall tonight. Gotd hetlp ynuu to say, 'I will,' and to say it right now." TODAY YOU CAN GETl A BIG BOOK BARGAIN Today the eyclopedias are on sale again hy The Missoulian and those Who were unable to get them last Fri day or Saturday enan get them today or totnorroW. The comlllIlete set comprises five beautiful volumelO s bound In English loth and conlltaining all tile knowl (dg.e of the entire world from the SarIliest times down to the present day. The volutqmees are illustrated with mllag Ilificent color plates, full page and ubllle page wengravings, text pictures Ilrl edutl:ti'onal chartts. At the ol'fice of The Missoulian to ,ý(y and ttomorrow for $2.:,5 when ac lllnnietld by o1,ne coupon iprinted else xhere in this issue. 2lMany hlundrl(ds of our readers all ready have got this set anid are loud in their praise of its great worth. It is a reft rence work of inestimable v\'llu1e to all-for the boys and girls at sclool, as well as for the older bnem Ie.rs of the family-in fact, for all Imen, wOIImen anlldl children that think, talk and read. It should be in every hotIce, school a1lnl place of business, ready for uise e'very day. Mail orders will he filled on the sal(me termls, the receiver to pay ex prl'ess charges. SHE WEATHER Robins which have wintered in Mis soiula could have found a few tiny pools of water In which to bathe yes terday bIy ia creful searcth along tile guitters on the sunny side of sotlie brlickl \wall. ButtercIups could ha11ve lpushed up through their covering of snlow 1and smiled at the warml suin with otll lmtt(ch danger of getting their Itals frost bitten. 'Perhapsi they dil, although lno reports to that c'fert had lbeen recel'ive.d at tt late hour. The oh server, howe(Xver, kicked in with the following splendid report: Malnxi umllllll ... ........ .... ......36 M inim um .... ... .....l............... 13 At 6 a. m. Thermonmeter .............. 15 I1arometer.. . ............... 27:04 At 6 p. m. Thermometl r ........................ 30 l~a rmn1 eter ............................. 6:90 South wind. LOCAL SOCIETY Parochial and Missionary Society. 'I'The \Vnen's lnro.hital :and Mis si..riury so iety of Ithe Epis'onpl church \\ill meet Friday aftern.loon at the home o.I Mrs. J. M. Keith on ;erald avenue. Work is to be begun ait this time for the Alaskai missionary bhox atnd all iltdies xwho naiy ie interested are cor di;lly invited toi Ie present and help ill llthe work. As-You-Like-It Club. 'TheI open ml tin( g of the As-You ilute-It clut, which was planned for I'hruary 4 :nd then Npostpl)one(d, will I. heltl uxst Tuiesdlay afternloon at the I '' i'of MMrs. I'. T. Sterling. The hie, a'at ure of the pirogramt will be the riatdling of Arnold Betnnett's play, Te"li 'errible M.ik," by Mrs. George 1'. lb.It.intls. Eac'h iiemihoer (of the club h:ls the privilxtge of bringing one guest for the aftternoon. For Mrs. Sweney. Sone of her friends arranged a Ptleasant surprise for Mrs. W. K. S.,'eney \ednesdatty afternoon at her home on North Third street. Tile ladies presented Mrs. Swveney with a hand soll c'hinit dinltr sot as a token or e"tteemt. A gametl, of whist was enjoyed uan then refreshtmtents brought by the ladies were served. Those present were Mesdalles lFranzen, Martinson, Miller, O)lson, )lolumi, Jacobson, John son, Nelson, Emil Johnson, Fredrick son, Broman, Stow, Von Platen, Bakke, HI-emgren, Munro, John Hemgren, Gus Broman and W. F. Sweney, IMPROVED IRRIGATED Farm Loans 8% THREE, FIVE, TEN YEARS With: Privileges GEO. F. BROOKS Real Estate and Loans First National Bank Building LOCAL BREVITIES Magazines-P. O. news stand.-Adv. John Showell of Stevensville spent the day in Missoula. Achor, piano tuner. Ind. 2355.-Adv. Attorney H. C. Stiff is In Helena for a few days on business. Marsh, the, undertaker, phone 321. Adv. Chris Lannin of Bearmouth was a visitor in the city yesterday. Stenographer Catlin, Hammond Blk. -Adv. Reuben Dwight of Clinton transacted business in Missoula yesterday. Dr. Willard, osteopath, 1st Natl. bank.-Adv. Mr. and Mrs. C. E- Schrader of Florence were visitors In the city yes terday. The Emp. Bureau for help; 122 red; Ind. 647.-Adv. H. H. Gramps of ('hicago looked tip business acquaintances in Missoula yesterday. Wanted-Good 8 per cent city loans. Wheeldon-Rossi Co.-Adv. E. L. Poindexter of Dillon, editor of the Dillon Examiner was a visitor in the city yesterday. Roundup coal. M. R. C. Smith, rooms 206-208 Montana Bldg.-Adv. William Crumb of the Western Drug company of Helena spent the day on business in Missoula. Stenographer Dawson, Montana Blk. -Adv. C. H. Bishop, general agent for the Northwestern Life Insurance company came in yesterday from Helena. This week's Cavalier at the P. O. news stand, Malsonlic tetmple.-Adv. George Holden of 'Cyr, who has been ill at St. Patrick's hospital, was able yesterday to return to his home. First showing of ladies' new spring suits. Martin's, East Cedar.-Adv. Charles Mullemer of Walla Walla, Wash., one of the three proprietors of the Palace, hotel, arrived in Missoula yesterday for a short visit. Humane society. Call up 899, red or black. P. O. box 60. R. F. D. 1. Adv. Mrs. N. D. IRicker came in from Stevensville yesterday to take home her young son who has been ill for the last two weeks at St. Patrick's hospital. Newton H. Schweiker, optical spe cialist. ]toonis 203-205 Montane Blk. Adv. William Monahan and George Ham mond airne by sled from their ranches at ()vando yesterday and will be in Missoula for several days lookinig after vairious in;tlters iof business. Fr.sh roasted coffee, 3 pounds for $1 D. & E.-Adv. Handy scratch pads and waiter ct,ecics for sale at The Missoulian of ficc.--Adv. Mrs. Agnes Comerford arrived in Missoula, yesterday from I.public, Wash., to e( here when her case is called in suit for damages from the 4 Big Reasons for the Popularity of heAngle Lamp BestLight for Least Cost -burns 16 hours on 1 quart of oil. First Cost Its Only Cost -money saved in the oil it burns soon pays for Lamp itself. Non-Explosive -little heat, gas can't accumulate, nothing to clog. Convenient -simple, easy to operate. Turne on or off like gas or electricity. We'll show, you and give you a catalog with a score more reasons, if youll .i Missoula Mercantile Co. Crockery Department "O'r gaarae is &a4 daewrey s=*" In the BITTER ROOT A choice 40, 35 tillable. Fine Im provements. First-class water right. Will accept one-half pay ment in Missoula property, town lots or dwelling. W. H. 8MEAD, Higgins Block. Phone 212 Red. Misseeoula, Mont For Your Sweetheart Nothing Makes So Good a Gift on Valentine Day as a Bunch .of Pretty SFlowers Be Your Sweetheart Your Wife, Your Mother, Your Sister or Some body Else's Sister you will add to her enjoyment of the day by sending her a special valentine offering of flowers. Violets, Lilies of the Valley, Sweet Peas and Daffodils are specially the valentine flowers. We have them all in rich profusion. We have some specially fine RED CARNATIONS appropriate for the day. Fine potted plants in bloom. Our sales have been large beyond precedent. Order Early Today Missoula Nursery Co. CHARLES F.-DALLMAN City Store, Montana Bldg. Bell Phone 192: Ind. 526 Nursery-Orchard Homes Bell 45 city and the Kennedy Construction company on account of the death of her husband by a cave-in of the walls of a sewer trench, two years ago. C. A. Stillinger, a merchant of Iron Mountain, and Theodore Thomas, also f~om Iron Mountain, are in Missoula because of their interest in a case that is coming up in the district court. Dr. Louise Smith, osteopath, Ma sonic temple. Phone 618; res. 533 red. -Adv. Floyd Peterson of Libby applied yesterday for homestead entry on 32.96 acres of land as yet unsurveyed in list 1-1402, section 2, township 2. north, range 29 west. The applica tion was suspended. F. G. Moore, chiropractor, Iamn. Blk. Any disease; exam, free. Bell 1084. Adv. George A. Brown of St. Regis ap plied yesterday for homestead entry on 81.70 acres of land as yet unsur veyed in list 1-1240, sections 6 and 1, township 17 north, range 27 and 28 west. The application was suspended. Dr. Anna James, osteopath, Higgins block. Phone 834 black.-Adv. Miss Laitha Reese of ,Hamilton slopped over with friends in Missoula, yesterday, between trains. Miss Reese is on her way to Portland, Ore., where she will remain for a time hoping to recuperate her health in the lower altitude. S. W. Hudson, chiropractor. B. & A. Ildg. Any disease. Examination free. -Adv. ,Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Price left yes terday afternoon for the west. Mrs. Price is going to Portland, Ore., for two months, hoping the lower altitude will benefit her health. Mr. Price accompanied her as far as Spokane on her journey. Money to loan on ranch and city property. 11. D. 'Fisher, 113 E. Main street.-Adv. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. White and daughter of Seattle, Wash., are guests for a few days in the home of Mr. and BMrs. George Wingert on ,South Fifth street east. Mr. and Mrs. White and Miss Margaret have been for the winter with friends in (Cedar Rapids, lowa. 8 per cent Missoula Money to loan; quick service. Taylor and Pearson. Adv. CARNATIONS THE BEST IN THE WORLD Missoula Nursery Co. Special Sale of Sheet Music THIS WEEK Ten Cents Per Copy; two for 15 Cents. ORVIS MUSIC HOUSE There's Money IN THE ESSEX-MODEL Chicken Business .OF U4T IF YOU USE ESSEX-MODEL Incubators and Brooders While hot air is the essential element in the operation of these ma chines, there is none of it used in effecting their sale. Much space could he taken in describing their merits in detail, but the thing the prospictive bIuyr wants to know is, "Will they do the work?" And hereo's the answer: WE GUARANTEE Essex-Model Incubators to hold more even temperature throughout the Egg Chamber than any other make. Essex-Model Incubators to be automatic in heating. Essex-Model Incubators to be automatic in ventilation. That a beginner can operate the Essex-Model Incubators. Essex-Model Incubators to require no added moisture or water. -AND WE GUARANTEE the Essex-Model to hatch more strong, healthy chicks in three tests than any other Incubator made when run under similar conditions. Essex-Model Incubators are in successful use on government and state experimennt stations, onl larger commercial poultry plants, and by leading fanciers and exhibitors all over the world. Sizes and Prices---Standard Models Capacity. 100 Ilon Egg gs ............... ... . ................................... 00 Capacity, 175 lIen Eggs ..............................................$26.(0 Capacity, 275 1-Hen Eggs ..................................................................$35.0O MODEL B MODEL C Capacity, 120 Ilen Eggs ..$.15.00 Capacity, 200 Icln Eggs, $21.00 New Homestead Model Capacity, 70 Iten Eggs.... 8.OO. Essex-Model Brooders-Indoor Capacity, 80 Chicks ..... .....$12.00 Capacity. 160 Chicks.......$18.00 Colony Brooders Model A, 100 Chicks............ $14.50 Model B, 100 Chicks ............ $17.00 Model C(, 150 Chicks ........................2.OO New Homestead Brooders Portable Hovers Capacity, 100 Chicks ....... |6.75 Latest Improved.................. 7.75 Poultry Accessories Granulated Bone, Beef Meal, Beef Scraps, Alfalfa Meal, Oyster Shell, Mica Grits, Midland Poultry Foods, International Poultry Foods and Remedies. Drinking Fountains, Food Hoppers and All Chicken Accessories. GROCERY DEPARTMENT. MISSOULA MONT.