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PLANS WORK IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENT DE CIDED UPON AS A PART OF NEXT YEAR'S COURSE. At a session of the ountyii high school hlard helI yest.-trdy there was an extended dilscussion of phansi for next ear's work. frin.il.tal Ketchuti explain( d, at l,-gth ito the truistees his ioutlin fir t "he extension,,ll of the .choo)l's infln we,'e and bnfits. The hlard inlnirs.-d Mr. Ieih:tinm ' sum-gges lions and d i-i ie.d I ipni til- gin-ralt sc(ope of ith wtrk for the Y-':r ahead. Thie d(,. h , el lnt will I.' lrinc ilpally along t i , lin-,s. First, thiiro \will Li an ohilu -'nolnt of ITi,, s' pto of tith' work in i, on-stii s, l, 'o. and n itt, ali training. So. ,n: , t! r, ,. ll ei it i ,l'*:denll] g ,of [)l,' ,~u n,) ','I; ( urses., 'T'he Ixtnsi' . i, -f ithe l n iltttl train ing course- will earI' it throughl the third ?oar of ithe curitiS i"f slolyt. 'rhisds iwill neiessitate the I litiiiton of forge work and machtlinetry 0hichi will icll for addition:I e',uipOml'tt. The trus tees decilded tl , I use a part of the atrg. building ti hi. hnlni bieen leased for gmlynilnii: purposes; this wViii bIe equippeid waitlh the nrclll'esspllr tahlin e.r and toi.s land ie pitrse.lt manItil trairning ei uipit l rill -i e lihe nted from toie high schmai Itildiig. Tht- roonis thus vi,-, itid in the ltmain building"l be ii h fitt.d up i s choa-em ihal tlahorat rti for I th adanc ed wnor than has been pol ssible hereto fore. For the elabotration of lt,, work In domestic science, which "\iill be rela tively the sante for the girls as the xtension in miantal training is for the ieoys, will call for additional equip mnent along this line. The fourth floorI of the main building of the schoolI will be fitted up for this new work. 'T'here will be a model kitchen, a din- i ing roomn and a sewing room, at least., made for the Instruction in house keeping. It Is the purpose to make this training as thorough as possible, giving the girls a good lnsight into domestic science and plra-ctical Ihouse keepIng. -For the extension if the commrercia.l ldepartltment's work, provision will I bet made to carry illung tilhe work which has been SOi succes sfull. done this! year. There will tie instrucltion next semester, ini comnmet t'ci.tl English,i bookkeeping, sten(graphy and type ,writing, the wri k being all In the hands of experlts. Further equiipment of the gymnas- w liii will be a. feat'tte of thi. trepara ions to bte lnade for tnext iear. The influence of the gyimnastitiiint work this ,ear has beent goiod; tile tiestimony of teachers and parents, alike, is to this effect. Yesterday's sets.iton oif the hard re sulted in ain untqualified indorsement of the work anid tplans ofi Mr. Ketchain, which is gratifying- to those who lhavei followed the ourste of the wtork. At the clos, of the ieetini g, MIt. Ketcha 1int left for PorznIan to h," pre'ent during t the tourhtaimlnt there. Daring his " ilsentice David LEver is actitng prill ilitl. THE WEATHER Illt. (m- rly n.liarl.tli htll 1 r 11S bra ght a f l ,ur r y " f : t i tf o ly l ; mi t . a d t h e I il , r ' 't l ' ]'-ll t;o oio dt1r1 pllh.at lh . t ' rI.. 'iln , tlt.,'viri, it ' flis , ti staly thlin l]ilg n d :il l t t h . w,, l , ntIit i e tI I in lt a t i i t' t,, l ul t| o th aii . ih e r r d l i is llb M ax iI itill . . . 414 1laxiltlia .. At 6 A. M. Titarl' tllr t ,- " . :.5 i At 6 P. M. Th'trn eiil,,ti r . 10 Last Viii . I it Sid tit I s. READY TO ARGUE. 'rh (ii as " of Nh: against K. L. Trail i. I h.I, , t on trial in diparltll th. dis trict court fir . , , , 1., its e lnd. TY strIt , ,1 , 1 . all conclulry i h.,i a t .. l .tl tii: to tl 1 jlrn alit r ititi . ~ t,.. .i 7 - Building Up The severe activities of rmod ern life drain the ncerveis of mIore strength than is resto:red to them in the ordinary way. This damage is repairI .. the vital forces renewed -- the mental and physical vigor 'e. stored by Webster's 'Ionic -- the scientific food tonic -- pure, safe. hartuhlss. hli-asnt. 50c anld $1 Eo Six dollar bottles for 15.00 (juaranteed to lwnetit. Webster Chemical Co., .bt. Paul. Whjun. Webster Druggists Everywhere IDOORSWILL CLOS[ FRIDAY NIGHT NO LIBRARY BOOKS CAN BE DRAWN AFTER FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL ALL ARE MOVED. IMoving day is at hand for the Mis soula pulilic library. Work is to be beglln nlext wteekl ont the promised en largenent of tlhe ( 'l'negie b ildingl and that will ner.ssitate mlovirlg all of the books into another building for the threet mlntihs that will be requtlired for completion of tlhet work. Satur day has been, se(t as Ithe day vwheniI the 14,000 ooks of the library will be i movedt intlo tiilporary qtar ters in the 'rI ion blck doin stairs. The librarian Miss Stotllard, a.islhes to make the a ltnnounc Itnt very i phall t cllt that aft or eii arrow evening, no books can be givenl out for neairly it week. Patrons who i ill need litr:ary }rooks during the next four or fi\' days, lmustt get them hbfore Nturday. IThe tenJiorary tilualrters will bI, sinalt for so utlany books, but th e tlemporalry inconlven inece will be amply repaid by the im provement pr mnised it the rtlemlodeled library. A readingi rotom will be main t:ined in tlhe Unlion block, though space will be exceedingly restricted. FEDERAL COURT OPENS APRIL 1 IN MISSOULA Wtllinam Lindsay, who is nlited SItates marshal with hieahidquarterips at Helena, is spending a few days here arranging for the opening of a term of federal court In Missoula, probably on April 1. The plan is to hold two terms of the United States district court each year In this city with Judge Bourquin on the lbench. The grand jury, which Is now In session at Great Falls, will have a number of eases to be tried In Missoula. NOTICE. It has been rumored of late that tlhe Riverside, mert market had sold out. 'The report is not true. We are ,n inl deplenldent market. our prices are the mlst reasonable in town becaus.e we dii o.ur ,own work, ctont.lsequently our exllpens lare not as heavy as our competitors. (live us a trial. Both phones. Iaryfield & Hlendrickson, 52,9 South Iliggins ave.-Ad\v. I LOCAL SOCIETY Happy Surprise. 2Mani,gcod as only mothers know lholw, the surprise partyi' last evening lfo'r ('alvin )Dty, sol of AIrt. arind 1Irs. C. t', Doty of 220 South F'iftth street, rirst, \w1s a llll)pp'y suc'ce'S. Th'J' ((' iaslciln \iwas the sixt'eeth alnlliversary orf 111t ylllll1 man's Irtillh andll(l c('larc'-fl IprepIai tiis. had Ilel il ltldc ' by 1Mrs,. nty fi ilt' t. rillnt lrtain'll l t f ia I unc - hier ocf ('il\inr's fl'ri'le ds. 11ie was called ;mal from home early ti in the ('evening aruti pun his return at 9 oi''lock he tfuil his friends assebllel d and [with his arri\'val the cetlerattioi was on11 iMr's. Itoly was assisted last evenlillg iy Mcrs. H. I. MIcLeodt. 'lThe guests Si''" ('It''.' l'idwar'ds, E'rnest airey, IH irolt I',hb.tlrl, Archie i t'. Sirtlg, Z5Un' 'r [titlz, P},rcy (laissccrlk tund William t'utlt'ti ey. Daly Addition Mothers' Club. .Irs. Katherine Br'ady will be host .s'r fr tih It aly AdditIhi t11 cilhers' 'lub ritaily' aflternoon at 1 2.:,r r'r.reloctk in hli'r hl tr'e, 634 r)oulth Second street. Tiis will beI "Allniver'sary lay"' for th cluib and la special cprogrami has Ii'' ai'rircng'rd to do honor to ithe c cason,. Baptist Ladies Meet. Thei Lcties' Aid soclety of the talI ti, c'aticc' t crwill mI''et this crfte'rnoon ait 2=:3u o, < .'k ailit Mrs. ('. I. LeTb ichtr ;t ti r li' cit', 215 ,SoutI Fifth scr.t, iWest. 'Th1 meetinlrg Is of es peciali imli.,rtcrlch,., lbtccaus,' officers s iare to he elti tecd Ito sir.ve the society dur ig tthe ensuinig y'ear'. Presbyterian Ladies. i l an;ul ,s c'arhl., 1Davis and Vr'ldle 1 bP tc ht ste'ss-'s tiof the' ladies' Aid Itlc: at 'lrcnil alct thi e c'hl rtc'th. An lit ', r. !a p. m ti.cg cr ill h i, held andi a Icitdicl invitcicll is ixtcIcded to all lti , ic's tof ithc congr. g ,atio't llt . •Society Meets. IThFe oIadtis' Aid slc 'i'ty orf the Chris tin lll'rch \trilli et this ft, ern'o n at 2:3to ,.hl ck w ith i1 rs. 'ilar B'. Tomps.n in her hohe at 2'3 'East -i'ti .strt. All thef h li 's of the churcih are asked t be iresen't. Pythian Sisters. 'lThei' t' iiln Fishtc's will meet r t rly aft''ernoon at -:30 'c'cotc at the 'rem. of M;crs. Wr. It. Kendrick, 328 East Spruce street. Methodist Missionary Society. T'lhe \VIc tll's t Houle cissionary so iety ofl the irit Me.thodist church will meet al thie horie of Mrs. Likes, 535 1Poplar str'eet this afternoon att 2.30. All memt ers of thie society are tnrited to be ipresent. SAFETY DEVICE SLIPS. Spotkane' . March 5.-'Vihen Frederick A. (Goddard, 23 yearsr old, night driver of a police alutomobile.tr, was explaining to frietnds today in a barroom the safety device on hris automnatic re volver, the weapilon was accidentally discharge], the bullet entering just be low Goddard's stomach and causing his death tonight in a hospital. He is survived by his wife and four chil dren. WANT MODIFICATION IN DIPPING RULE FOREST SERVICE TO ASK STATE TO CO-OPERATE IN EXTENDING SCOPE OF USEFULNESS. C. IT. Adams, assistant district for ester, in charge of grazing, left yes terday for Helena to confer with state officials concerning a plan rwhich the forest service has to make more use ful its ranges for stotcl in northwest ern ,Montana and northern Idaho. Throughout that district there is range enough to care for 420,000 sheep, iccording to the estimates made by the sr\vice, while now only 74,000 head are being ranged in this terri try'. 'IThe' forest service plans con template interesting the Washington anld I regon shiep men to drive their bands allto this range from the west and feed them along over the divide into Montana anid ship from Montana polints. A state stock law prohibits sheep entering the state without first being dipped. While the forest ser vice recognizes the wisdom of this provision where 'the incoming stock ire to mix with Montana animals it believes that when sheep are drizen Lver the divide and to the nearest railroad station for shipment that the langer froim sprelading a contagious diseas,' wouli be very limited. For lhis rosiln alnd to interest western growers to use the ranges in this manner, Alr. Adams will try to make th neicessary provision with the state gfficials concerning the application of he qu:trantine law in such cases. If this iri hie done there is no ques ionl blt " that a nulnher of stockmen .vill lake advantage of this range the oinllllllg seasoin. The bands of sheep will be moved slowly and spend several weeks en route, feeding on the finest grass hat grows and having plenty of 'ater available for the camps every ew miles. The stock will thus arrive it its destination, some shipping point n this state, in first class condition. 'romn Idaho and the Clearwater coun ry stick will follow the forest service rails in crossing the divide and come ver the range into Montana down the t. IRegis river. Whether or not dip ting regulations can be dispensed tilh, the oplportunity for grazing hroughout the district mentioned will ie brought to the attention of the tockmen within the near future by he forest service through advertising ind it is expected that a larger num >er of sheep than ever before will use I he range this season. 'RESBYTERIAN DIVINE WILL VISIT MONTANA All the IPrsbyterialn inisters of the Mitae are exped tee o gather at HIelena ext W\\edllsdiay to Ineet Dr. Mark A. - latthlews, pastor ,of the great First 'reshtylterian chulrch at Sea-ttle and t l-deratoir of tihe general assembly of 'roeslytirian chiurciles for tlie t!nited tates. lDr. Mlattliiiws' chtiurcih in Seat le ciniiinls a nmemllbership of 5,000. Dr. N. Miaclieatn of thiis city experts to ttend the conference at lHelena next t seek. AN OUSTER SUIT. (Greenville, Texas, March 5.-The state of T'xas filed an ouster suit here toblrl against tile Standard Oil torllany of Nr(w Jersey, the Standard n(il comnparry of New York, the Iaag nolia Petroleun company of Texas, and tile Corsicann Petrolerun company (f Texas. Violations of the Texas an ti-trust laws is charged. Remarkable Catarrh Cure Gets Right into the Affected Parts and Stops Gathering in Eyes, Noes, Throat and Lungs. By a long series of elaborate experi ments, at the Swift Laboratory it is deft nltely known that catarrh can be cured by the sllmple process of inoculating the ,blod with antidotal remedies that stop inflammatory conditions throughout the mucous linings of all the organs of the body. This is done with the famous Swift's Sure Specific, or as it is widely known, S. S. S. It is taken into the blood just as naturally as the most nourishing food. It spreads its influence over every organ in the body, comes thrhough all the veins antl arteries, en asbles all murcous surfaces to exchange in Ilanmmatory acids and other irritating substarnces for arterial elements that ef fctutally cleanse the system and thus put Ian end to all catarrhal pollution. S. S. S. cleans out the stomach of mucous ac cumulations, enables only pure blood-mak i ing materials to enter the intestines, com bines with these food elements to enter the circulation in less than an hour. You will soon realize Its wonderful In fluence by the absence of headache, a de cided clearing of the air passages, a steadily improved nasal condition, and a sense of bodily relief that proves how completely catarrh often infests the en tire system. You will find S. S. S. on sale at all drug stores at $1.00 per bottle. It is a remarkable remedy for any and all blood affections, such as eczema, rash, lupus, tetter, psoriasis, boils and all scrof ulous conditions. For special advice on any blood disease write in confidence to The Swift Specific Co., 127 Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. Do not delay to get a bottle of 8. , 8. at your druggists. IMPROVED IRRIGATED Farm Loans 8% THREE, FIVE, TEN YEARS With Privilege. GEO. F. BROOKS Real Estate and Loane First National Bank Building FEBRUARY IS GOOD AT LIBRARY MISS STODDA'RD'S REPORT RE VEALS MANY PATRONS FOR THE MONTH. The, report of Miss Stoddard, librarian for the Missoula public library, shows February to be a month 2onducive. to good reading. Books of ion-fiction fell a little below the stand ard for other months, but in every )ther class the percentage, of books used was high. The figures are: Whole number of books loaned.... 4209 Average daily circulation ................ 191 Per cezit of fiction ................. 79 ILargest daily issue of books ........ 358 Smallest daily issue of books...... 97 Number of new borrowers regis tered .................... ........... .. 79 Average number of readers on Sunday .................... .............. 20 Amount collected in fines ....... $19.20 Circulation by Classes. Adult fiction ................................. 2547 Juvenile fiction ....... ................. 782 eriodicals ............................................ 114 ?hilosophy ............... ............. 36 Religion ................ .. ....... 9 Sociology ............ ....... ......... 84 Science ................. . ..... . ..... ... 9 Useful arts ........................... ........... 46 ine arts ................................ . 83 i terature ............. .... ...... 209 tistory ............. .................................. 95 Travel .................................................... 84 3iography ..... ... ........................ 93 LOCAL BREVITIES Magazines-P. O. News stand.-Adv. A. J. IPalmer of OSt. Regis had busl iess in Missoula yesterday. Achor, piano tuner. Ind. 2355.-Adv. [Mrs. Charles T. Morrell is confined o her home by illness. Dr. Ward, veterinarian. Both phones. -Adv. TWilliam Wallace of Gold Creek had usiness in ,Missoula yesterday. Marsh, the undertaker, phone 321. Ldv. tMr. and Mrs. C. F. Shaw of Dixon .ere guests in Missoula yesterday. Reeves' Meat Market. Bell 914 Blk. -Adv. ,Mr. and "Mrs. D. E. Anson of Hamil on were here yesterday on business. Dr. Willard, osteopath, 1st Natl. bank.-Adv. '. It. Fisher, an insurance man from Spokane, was a visitor in the city yes terday. Wanted-Good 8 per cent city loans. Wheeldon-Rossi Co.-Adv. 'MArs. St. Pierre of Bonner underwent an operation yesterday at St. Patrick's hospital. Stenographer Dawson, Montana Blk. -Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis G. Nichols were in the city yesterday from their home at Bonita. First showing of ladies' new spring suits. Martin's, East Cedar.-Adv. 'Mr. and Mrs. E. W. aMorton came in yesterday fromn their home at Darby on business. Humane society. Call up 899, red or black.-P. Q. box 60. R. F. D. 1. Adv. W\illiam Irvine, a prominent busi ness moan of Poison, was a visitor in the city yesterday. Newton H. Schwelker, optical spe cialist. Rooms 203-205 Montana Blk. Adv. Mrs. 0. H. FJeld, whose home is on Blaine street, underwent an operation yesterday at St. Patrick's hospital. F. G. Moore, chiropractor, Ham. blk. Any disease; exam. free. Bell 1084. Adv. ,Mrs. Mary T. Bandmann has returned from Helena where for the past six weeks she has been visiting friends. Handy scratch pads and waiter checks for sale at The Missoulian of fice.-Adv. A daughter was born yesterday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Ole Bakke at their home 710 South Fourth street, west. Dr. Louise Smith, osteopath, QMa sonic temple. Phone 618; res. 533 red. -Adv. E. A. Senneff of Spokane, traveling freight agent for the Erie railway, spent the day in Missoula while on his way east. Dr. Anna James, osteopath, Higgins block. Phone 834 black.-Adv. C. I 7Psmith returned to his home in Missoula yesterday, after spending a week at his ranch near Ovando looking after spring work. R. M. Cobban Realty company has moved to rooms 69-70 Higgins block. -Adv. C. I. White of Clark's Fork is in Missoula this week looking up old friends. Mr. White was formerly a resident of this city. S. W. Hudson, chiropractor, B. & A. Bldg. Any disease. Examinations free. -Adv. Mr. and ~Mrs. George H. Hammond and 'Mrs. Leonard Hammond are in Missoula this week visiting and shop ping. Their homes are near Ovando. Charles 'T. Lawrence of Sloan, iMont., ppllied yesterday for homestead entry " i- ou iu " .r..tnt. .e Don't waste time and money experimenting, but buy the right seeds in the first place-if you follow this advice, you'll do just as the most successful planters do, i. e., buy your seeds here and now We've specialized on the seed business for a great many years, have found the best kinds to grow in this climate, and by furnishing only fresh, reliable, crop-producing seeds each season have won the confidence of the trade throughout western Montana. Northrup, King & Co.'s Northern Grown Seeds and Ferry's Standard Garden Seeds-the Kind to Sow Every packet and every sack of seed composing our spring stock is strictly fresh; grown last season, harvested last fall and selected with the greatest care, the seeds are clean and free from adulteration or mixing. The following is a list of the kinds of field, garden and vegetable seeds we carry in bulk. Of the many kinds we offer choice of several varieties-the very best by test. All are Northrup, King & Co.'s growth-strictly pure, fresh and reliable. Buy Seeds in Bulk and Save Money. Field Seeds TURKE'STAN ALFALFA CHOICE TIMOTHY MAMMOTH LONG RED MANGEL BROMUS INERMIS LAWN GRASS GIANT FEED SUGAR BEET MEDIUM RED CLOVER BLUE GRASS FODDER CORN MAMMOTH RED CLOVER MILLET SUNFLOWER ALSIKE CLOVER FIELD PEAS ETC. SEED OATS SEED WHEAT SPRING RYE Vegetable Seeds in Bulk BEAN CELERY WATERMELON PEAS SQUASH BEET CORN ONION PEPPER SPINACH CAULIFLOWER CUCUMBER ONION SETS PUMPKIN TOMATO CABBAGE LETTUCE PARSLEY RADISH TURNIP CARROTS MUSKMELON PARSNIPS RUTABAGA ASTER SEED NASTURTIUM SWEET PEAS Package Seeds Hardly a kind or variety of vegetable or flower seed that will grow in this climate but is included in the wonderful assortment of package seeds we offer. Many kinds in packages of different sizes, so you can get just the quantity you want in the most economical way. Get Our Prices and Supply Your Needs Early Cheap seeds are usually adulterated and are always inferior. Quality for quality, value for value, our seeds are the cheapest on the market. We buy in quantities and ship in carloads, and the benefits thus secured we share with the trade. We gauge our buying so as to have enough to supply everyone and yet sell out com pletely each season, but sometimes underestimate the demand and run short of some varieties, so it is to your advantage to make up your order early and thus se cure all you figured on planting. on 160 acres Included in the" south half of the northeast quarter and the west half of the southeast quarter of sec tion 26, township 20, north, range 23, west. The application was allowed. Don't miss our surplus premium sale commencing Saturday, March 1. D. & E. coffee store.-Adv. Irene Martin, a little girl six years old, whose home is in St. Regis, was operated upon for appendicitis yester day morning at St. Patrick's hospital. Money to loan on ranch and city property. H. D. Fisher, 113 E, Main street.-Adv. Henry Martin of ISunset and Patrick Hayes of Potomac were among the members from out of -town present at the Elks' annual meeting Tuesday evening. The Ladies Auxiliary of the A. O. IT. will not give the annual St. Patrick's dance this year, as March 17 comes during holy week.-Adv. John Davidson, M ho has been here since February 1 visiting his daughter Mrs. J. N. iMaclean, expects to leave this evening for his home in Winni peg, Manitoba. iA. F. Chase of Minneapolis spent the day in Missoula in conference with J. J. Deakin, who is an agent for auto mobiles handled by the A. F. Chase company. Mrs. IMattie Northington, formerly of Casper, Wyoming, and now on her way 'to a new home in Elko, Nevada, is in Missoula for two days, the guest of Mrs. James Wilson at her home on East Front street. Dr. Dietrich of Drummond called on some of his friends in the city yester day. Dr. Dietrich is the physician who attended the Russian immigrant mother, when little Columbia was born on the train at Garrison not long ago. Harry D.Inahue of Libby applied yesterday for homestead entry on 60 acres in the east half of the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter, the east half of the southeast quarter of Trade Your Vacant Lots For a nice four-room modern house on street oar line. We have for trade an almost new, modern four-room house on street car line that we will trade for va cant lot Lft well located. call for particulars. W. H. SMEAD COMPANY Phone 212 Red Missoula, Mont. the northwest quarter and the north east quarter of the northeast quarter of the southiwest quarter of sec tion 20, township 26 north, range 28, west. The aptplication was suspended. State Deputy J. H. Tousley stated yesterday that 661 death clumis, amounting to $1,111,150 were paid dur ing the month of February by the Modern \Voodinen of America. Of this amount $18,000 went to beneficiaries living in Montana. iMrs. C. VW. Dinehart, who has been In Missoula for several weeks visit ing her daughter, Mrs. Harvey S. Holt, left yesterday for her home In Slay ton, IMinn. Mr. and Mrs. liolt expect tto go this morning to their new home In F'ort lenlton. DENTAL EXAMINATION IS MADOE. Dr. R. H. Nelson has completed dental examination in the Prescott school. For the 56 puipils whose teeth were examined, D)r. Nelson reports a total of 205 cavities, of 'which 116 were in temporary teeth and 89 In permanent teeth. Nine pupils had teeth free from cavities and 25 had no cavities in temporary teeth. Only two of the pupils examined had had permanent teeth extracted. The con dition of the mouth was reported as good for 21, fair for 27 and bad for eight of the children. The teeth of 34 showed need of cleaning by a dentist. Those who reported using a tooth brush every day numbered 18, once in a while 30 and not at all, eight. There were 19 cases of mal occlusion and other irregularities. BUTTE MASS MEETING INDORSES CANDIDATES Butte, March 5.-At a citizen's mass meeting in Eagle's hall this evening he non-partisan candidates for city )ffices put forward by conference !onmnittees from the republican and lemocratic parties were indorsed and aupport pledged this ticket in the ight to oust the socialists from con ,rol of Butte city affairs. Addresses vere made by a number of prominent nen, including ISam Barker, Jr., the itizens candidate for mayor. Follow ng are the citizens' candidates: For nayor, Sam Barker, Jr.; treasurer, rohn O'Conner; police magistrate, Dan felly. Second ward aldermen, James )rton. Fourth ward alderman, John tawke. Fifth ward alderman, James I'. Archibald. Seventh ward alder man, J. L. I)orsch. Eighth ward aider man, ,V. L. D)acon. The candidates of the First. Third and Fifth wards will be decided by the primaries. A government expert has just re turned to the United States after mak ing a definite scientific effort to lo cate the place of origin of the Amer ican Indian in Mongolia and Siberia. "Jusft ay" HORLICK'S It Means Original and Genuine MALTED MILK The Food-drink for All Ages. More healthful than Tea or Coffee. Agrees with the weakest digestion. Delicious, invigorating and nutritious. Rich milk, malted grain, powder form. A quick lunch prepared in a minute Take no substitute. Ask forHORUCK'S. SOthers are imitations. ARROW o 'COLLAR Is cenI for as centa BALTIC Drink Hunters Hot Springs Mineral Water For sale by all dealers. Western Montana Liquor Co., Jobbers J. W. Davidson, Prop. HUNTERS HOT SPRINGS HOTEL