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CONTEST IS LIVELY.
Fred Quiniby, manager for the Ilis soula anmuselent r(nll;lllV, palrts more than l300 answers alr:ldy tulrned in for the lnamie contest thit in hInmC conducted by lthe ompany. ole eI Il nn at least 110 ari different t;nanii. 'lTheI contest cloiss at no-,n n Mar l; 11 and a keen intirest in ni il'til. in the final choice uf ami l, r the ne\\ theater. BOARD TO APPRAISE HEARS "EVIDENTE" The board alp,,intl, iy .ludge Pat terson to ali'riis.- E.S t,,r nns i tc fairgrounds viewed the ,r d, now the (rceniO ugl" trF rt,,F , V ,i t of the city early yetslrdl;y aiil in t!I, afternoon were in .,'ssi, at the courthouse aind h,;ald s ,'l, nu itinnllV concerning land Valinn- f I i ji( ti . p r sons interested in the tn:itit,. The board aiunllllli., ]int (atninii that it would ',nvine .t th. sioners' room in tlhe cI ni - m n'll n liln Monday morning mit iull ,' ,','ii and listen to other ttiltniy a;!id vi dence" concerning iand \ BICYOLE THEFT. Anderson Jaciksoin was ar.e:ttedi by Officer Therriault l it eIiiniag charged with stealing a ,i,.yche. It is alleged that he was caught in the act by a man who informend the nffiPcers Jackson was turtled over to the coun ty officials by the police. KUPHAL IS ILL. Representative F. W. Kuphal is ill and confined to his room. IHe re turned from Helena all unannounced Thursday and has been unable to lie about since that time. A. J. IS IN OUR MIDST. A. J. Breitenstein, secretary of the state fair, came over from Helena last night to spend today hlre with his wtlll', ROAD SUPERVISOR ARE NAMED COUNTY COMMISSIONERS SPEF BUSY DAY AND HAVE VISI TORS FROM RAVALLI. The hoard of county commission was honored yesterday by a visit frc the commissioners of Ravalli count who canme to Missoula to discuss t alleged misappropriation of forest fudus which came to tile state fro the forest service, and was by t' state disbursed to the various cou ties. The Ravalli county commlnissio ers claim to have discovered that Mi sou)ll connty received mlore than i share of thiis fulnd, while the amnou: going to TLatvatlli county was consi, etrably rt duced. The discussion ye trtday was all in good faith and go. nature, and the board agreed that tl matter should be referred to the stn treasulrer with the request that he it vestigate thie imatter and report tl whole situation. A Busy Day, Yesterday was really a busy tda with thI county "dals,." andi bsid, eltl'rtaining visitors alld lassing Iupl quarterly bills they named road suat visors in all the roa dt districts of Mit soula with tIs, or tliree exception The meln namedi will be notified l their alpointment at onll andl rt qulird to furnish bonds in the Siuiln ( $2,000 for the faithful performance ( their dutites. Tihe coilmnliissioners wi .ilrge each simpers sor to he especiall I'tive this year. is a detertmined el fort is to be made to put Mlissoiul county roads in exct'ellet conitlitio eoarly this spring tandl to tkeep themo i splendil shalec the whole s5eason. Th followhing supelrvisors were lnamed: The Supervisors. District No. 1, lonita--John Ander son, District No. 2, Clinton-No appoint District No. 5, Potomac-George Mc Cu llkey. Ilistrict No. 6, Rattlesnake-Georg Ii. It ul) ' . District No. 7, ('arlton-Charle Schtradler. D)istrii t No. t, fti.-Thomas McGee District No. 9, Smi th Missouta ant .iller creek --henry le) Herge. I)istrict No. 10, ()trchard Homenles ait( Htig BHnd -No appointlntillt. D)istrict No. 11, D)eSmlt--tHatrrisot D,.ul f lrtith. I istrict No. 12, Grass Valley-Pa Lav oie. District No. 13, Nine Mile-Pete: tligprc. District No. 14, ('yr--Maek IIebert District No. 15, Lothropt- BIurleigl -izemt or`. District No, 16, Quartz-Chris Frey District No. 17, Iron Mountain Thnomas Lynch. DIistrict No. 18, S.. Regls-Charle: t ..itrid. D istrict No. 19, Dieorgia- Thonmat 1District No. 20, Saltese--No appoint. District No. 21, Arlee--John Mi. Her. te:. D istrict No. 22, Miition -F'oresl tDistrict No. 23, lnan-C. N. Itob. tins. IDistrict No. 21, west of Ronan lIliuts } oilko. Distlrict No. 25, ltoiuse Valley--N( istrit No. 2, I -A. . Elliott. EASTER BAND CONCERT INSTEAD OF BIG DANCI 'h- Sl . P ilriik' 8 day hall \'hih (\.11 il :iill l ,d Ib' I the llii i i il o I ban Ia's p. sl t lil n d hlin i lusi, the ha lad 11 ". i t I, si ily oe gaglld or tl ' l iiiil; , i, .t, l dte . ''l't , hand w ill, hol.. ,v.ri, gi l il; ,, ' i-i llt F o certi oln l "lli-f hol usOI Ii ,L !" lfter tJu f( t e plr;u.r1', i" o 11 11o 1 . ]is l /Vers. GARDNER BOUND OVER UNDER HEAVY BOND; ' lu'i ,';rinl in thi ca . ,f the sint ;i.115litii hll \hW. t(;; Iit1"r, hyargpe ..lt h 'l tl illinn, (ii,'ll.,, ltlid 'r falseo l(if inoin by- .Justih ,f , th 1111'c l',".'' W\'illiam lysin, 1.itt (Cirdn iir was uni oili\' to 4the district ('wurt wýith his bon fixs d it $1,Ill. Trade You r Vacant Lots F.oir a fourid-roorll modernl house on sutr.t ';iar line, $1,200 equity. l'For a fi\ev-rouni modern , lrick, ve'ry fine, (ni Il, clk from street car; $1,400 Iiquity. For a five-roomll lnodern cottage near Higgins a \'inue; two blocks fromil cur; $1,200 equity. All of above on the south side. All kinds of trades, and good olles, too. Come in, tell us what you have to trade. We have a fine 40-acre tract with fine improvements on east side of Bitter Root for $3,500. Half cash. W. H.Smead Co. Higgins Block Missoula, Mont. Phone 212 Red. S IMPROVED IRRIGATED Farm Loans 8% D THREE, FIVE, TEN YEARS With Privileges GEO. F. BROOKS Real Estate and Loans First National Bank Building rs Y LOCAL BREVITIES n- Magazines-P. O. News stand.-Adv. D. I(. Trott went yesterday to Phil il psburg on business. it Achor, piano tuner. Ind. 2355.-Adv. I- Dr. Ward, veterinarian. Both phones. -Adv. nl Fi. Ii. Mitchell of St. Regis was a e visitor in the city yesterday. to Marsh, the undertaker, phone 321. - Adv. Jame Berham of Billings had busi ness in Missoula yesterday. Reeves' Meat Market. Bell 914 Blk. 1 -Adv. s James LeGrand of St. Regis spent i the day on business in Missoula. Dr. W'illard, osteopath, 1st Natl. bank.-Adv. J. N. Conshafter of Great Falls was a guest yesterday at the Palace hotel. R Wanted-Good 8 per cent city loans. W Wheeldon-Rossi Co.-Adv. I Ira Me(':urt of the Barber & Mar y shall store is laid up with a severe atlta(ck of lumtbago. L! Stenographer Dawson, Montana Blk. --Adv. Mrs. A. J. Spooner leaves this morn ing for Butte, where she will remain for two weeks on business. F'resh roasted coffee, 3 Ibs. for $1. - D. & E.-Adv. ('ounty Attorney J. L. Taylor of - Ravalli county came into the city yes terday fromi Hamilton, on business. First showing of ladies' new spring suits. Martin's, East Cedar.-Adv. Mrs. It. i. (aurver, who has been suffering from an infected hand for the last two wreeks, is now much bet ter. Work horses iand brood nmlarces; Mlis soula lFeed corrall. M. Beodell, prop.-A1 1 J. M. Orvis has gone to Salt Lake ('ity and other points in lJtah and Idaho on busilnss for the Orvis Music comp an'y. Humane society. Call up 899, red or black.-P. O. box 60. IR. F. D. 1. Adv. Mrs. Albert Bless and daughter Beatrice of St. Ignitius, are guests in Missoula in the Ihome of Mrs. Elmer Williamns. Newton H,. Schweiker, optical spe cialist. Rooms 203-205 Montana B1k. Adv. F. G. Moore. ehironrnetnr TTurn ,l11 is Any disease; exam. free. Bell 1084. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. R. .T. Holland and small daughter, 'Penelope, are visiting -for a few days in Missoula from their home at Arlee. Ilandy scratch pads and waiter checks for sale at The Missoullan of fiee.-Adv. Dr. Louise Smith, osteopath, Ma sonic temple. Phone 618; res. 533 red. -Adv. IT. M-. Sloane, general manager for the Iilttlr Root Valley Irrigation com pany, left yesterday for Chicago, where hei will he for two \viees look inlg aftcr Iusilless IlLmatters, Dr. Anna James, osteopath, IIlggins blhck. Phone 834 black.--Adv. T . M. Cobban Realty company has moved to rooms 69-70 Higgins block. A linss EdIlia I Itayes was remnoved to 1br home on Souitli Fourth street yes l-:rdayi, conm lescent after the opera t i ii performed uponi her at .t. Pat lIIc n's hospital sonie days ago. S. \V. Hludson, chiropractor, B. & A. Blldg. Any disease. Examinations free. -Adv. Mr 7oney to loan on ranch and city property. IT. D. Fisher, 113 E. Main street.--Ady. William i . Dcalkin of Ratlershiurg applied yest lerda for hlomllestlead en I "y on 1lIi alrrs inmludiling the west half of ith,, northeast t;irlier, the sIutheliast qiutli'i r of the northeaih;st quarter and the northwest quarter of the so tilll ost quartel r of section 25, townshiip 18 nrith11, r:lnge 22 west. The appll:ititlon was approved l. , Laidies, tfore bu ilying your nol enr i sols so r11rs. Mliller about the Aulll r - (f ll 1 1n 1een. "The Peer" of corsets, - ;ucitd- to order w ii a i l -two rs' giuar : tuli' Phone )li O 2 black. Adiy. A l iiet' i received yesterday fromi I1 Mrs. Ii.orge F. Biroioks at Daytona, Florida, lolls of meeting Mrs. E. 1,. ILiinner :t il lr. 1and Mrs. Spottswood with their childi 'n at tlhit delightful resor.,lIt by the sea. Tihey 1are goinig inlater to ;eorgia. Mr. irooks has Sstarted on his l lv hmllhe, havitng stoppelld in \as.ington to witneslls the inauguration T'rimt' onies and the su. - frage piard. Io will ranumher of Mis nsomet ofk. rs. ropoin ok wi involed since teir disussiont before the iMethodist coFlorida OSTEOPATHS ADMITTED IN PUBLIC HOSPITALS Thfee paelssagd i of house bill No. 273,August introduced by Sweet of Sanders I county, one of the bills that wasto c passed during the late hours of Thursday nilght's session, is of conl side horasple interest to a number of Mis soulta citizens who have been watchaing some of the points involved since their s discussion before the Methodist con- 1 ference held in Missoula last August. t The bill is entitled: "An act to com- a pct hospitals that are exempt from I taxation to admit and vgr9 for the pa- g All That the Most Critical Man Could Ask of His Clothes He Will Find in These Stylish Spring Clothes The man whose suit comes from this store is certain of the satisfaction that accom panies the knowledge of being neatly and stylishly attired. The suits that we of fer to our patrons are constructed by- America's best tailors. They are made of the finest fabrics, in the newest patterns and in all the wanted shades. The variety is large and offers ample scope for every man's choice, and every suit is distinctive, stylish, durable and sure to be satisfactory. They are of irreproachable fit and will retain their shapeliness through thick and thin. In everything but their prices they are strikingly similar to the expensive suits made by custom tailors. We give you three good lines to choose from. Stein-Bloch, "Vogue" "Artcraft" $10.00 to $15.00 to $20.00 _ to $25.00 up to $35.00 " Men's New Spring Hats Sin tans, grays, browns and blacks, SPECIAL in both scratch and plain; they are 2 5 " the best hats made for the price, wit $1.50 to $3.50 25 Cents Our Special Sale Men's Four-in- r M ON Hand Ties New spring ties for ý, S rmen in shades of rod, green, brown, gray, blues, lavender, tan and blank, lis; extra good alues C ravenettes \i This is the time of the year that you need coat to protect you from rain and snow and squalls; and if you also want the same New Line of Men's Shirts .::. . cot to for d T a...nd war .th, hr . "e S iha a (nbination-"THE CRAVENETTE." The most npractical coat made for this cli h mate at this time of the year. Wt e have T thenR in black and gray worsteds; . n, bL o gbr ll llbo n d gray l]llglish tw eec ds anlid tan : suede clrth. AVe orffer themn aIt thse sple 1Weve h ' been very fortunate this season Io sllsecure the agency for 1 cial low prices for the next few dlays: shirt you will find a guarantee bnd to, this effect. Regular $25 Cravenettes ..... $20.00 We Show Them From \ Regular $30 Cravenettes...... $22.50 We also have a big line of Gabar $1.25 to $3.00 0 dines and English Slip-Ons from __,_$3.50 to ................................................ $ 3 0 New A Showing of Attractive "New Spring Silks New Suits Coats Gate Bags" LOVELY BEYOND New Suits and The newest in DESCRIPTION W Are these we ha.,. Wt o Wash Bags hae the pllcnsre of of- MDresses up in ()or feriig onc of t1h mitst clolh in tan an[ white, tesie assort sl g ord ha lles; the of spring silks son in new feature ill the tag this city fror many Every day's express brings in something in suits, coats and dresses. is the frame; each, 75a ," nt Iery wr,,p- Our showing now is sufficiently large enough to give you a correct New Neckwear rest.,t ints tish,,w- idea as to the new styles. They are simply great this season. The for Spring ,, ... r n. - style, workmanship, fabrics, colors and trimmings--no other sea- Yotr wtnts in neck w,.in a.r..s or .,,ist ,e son have we been able to show you such great values for so little fixintg nn ,f rfited h·ere ..t,, ftr ..... tct, s i. money. And a look at these that we have will convince you that to .,tic ,enire siltS ill.' Ollr pritig.s lio sllf- f'l(ttion; dozens of new ricientlv iotternto to what we say is true. Come in and see what we have. Always cmt ties and jaots in m.ke it ,worti whih.e to glad to show you and you will not be asked to buy. We want you ,,t th .te .ew shtptes; buiy helre. to see. t t . o New Style 0fR Pictorial Spring, 1913 INI-lI L .Paper Now on Sale The Golden Rule Store Missoula's Popular Trading Center Patterns ticnts of all regular licensed phys' clans in .the state of Montana upo the sa1meO terms and conditions as pa tients of any other regularly license physician." The hill settles the mal ter of barring of legally qualified os teopathic physicians from the Grec Falls Deaconess hospital. The mean iur requires all hospitals that are ex cmpt from taxation to admit all regu larly licensed physicians who compl with the hospital's usual regulations. The Mothers' Favorite. A cough medicine for childrc: should be harmless. It should b pleasant to take. It should be effec tual. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy i all of this and is the mothers' favor ite everywhere. For sale by all drug gists.-dy, BURTNER'S SERMON OF INTEREST TONIGHI I.ev. Elmer E. Burtner of the Con gregational church has planned "a lit tle address about temptation" for his sermon this evening. He will speak of the responsibility of parents to shield their children from rather than expose thlem to certain temptations in this city. It wlb be sort of a last word from 1Mr. Burtner on this theme. The treatment of the subject will surely be sincere and sympathetic, for air. Burtner 'ha always expressed no little concern for the youth of Mis soula, since he came here to make his homlc. BUTTE MINER KILLED. Butte, March 8.-(Special.)-Patrick Sullivan fell 14 sets in the Badger State mine this morning, sustaining injuries which proved fatal tonight. An Epidemic of Coughing Is sweeping over the town and young ard old are alike affected. Foley's Honey & Tar Compound is a quick, safe, reliable family medicine for coughs and colds. A. S. Jones of Lee Pharmacy, Chico, Calif., says: "Foley's Honey and Tar Compound has no equal, and I recommend it as contain ing no narcotics or other harmful propertieF,." Missoula Drug go.-Adv. COMPENSATION FIGHT IS STRONG IN IDAHI Boise, March R8.-After adopting concurrent resolution to adjourn sir (lie at 1 a. m., the Idaho house recor sidered, although the resolution was i the hands of the senate, and at mid night adjourned until tomorrow. Ti house reconsidered after learning thr the senate planned to adjourn witt out passing its workingmen's comper sation act. Senate. members declar they will adjourn at the hour agree upon despite the house's later actlo and a peculiar parliamentary tangl threater , CO-OPERATIVE PLA FOR FACTORY NEW CANNING INDUSTRY IS T( BE FINANCED BY HOME FOLKS AND PRODUCERS. After a thorough investigation n freight rates and all other objection, to the starting of a canning factory at Missoula, it has been decided tha, this community offers a splendid opn portunity for the establishment o1 such a factory and the Missoula Can ning and Produce company is thi result. This corporation, organized under the laws of the state of Montana, is capitalized for $25,nn0. the stock di vided into 250 shares of the par value of $100 each. The inmmiediate object of the company is to take care of that portion of the fruit crop for which no market exists at the Ipresenit time, by manufacturing it into tapple but ter, marmalades, jains. jellies. cider and vinegar, and also the making of pickles and kraut in commercial quan ties. While the present plans are not pretentious, they form the nucleoius for more extended development. As the rancher and fruitgrower boecome more acquainted with the possibilities of raising peas and beans and other vegetables in sufficient acreage to warrant the installation of the ma chinery necessary to handle these profitably, the comptany will then add this feature to ts Ractivities. The approximate investment as nearly as tan he ascertained at this time fat building site, factory build inga and equipment will be $1Rt,00. 'These figures are liberal and will probably exceed the actual outlay nec essary to begin operations. It will be observed that these expenditures form permanent assets of the com pany and are the basis of an invest ment rather than being the nature of a speculation. In order to forestall the handicap of being compelled to borrow capital, the company desires to dispose of at least 200 shares before equipping the plant. The manage ment feels justified in having a sur plus of working capital, thus avoiding the payment of interest on borrtowed money out of the earnings of the comipany. To enable the fruitgrower as well as the merchant and investor to partici pate in this enterprise, the amount of stock that any one person may sub scribe has been limited to 10 shares. This makes the corporation in a l:rgee measure co-operative rather than hav ing the stock in the hands of a few parties, in which event the interests of the fruitgrower might be subordi nated. The advisability of raising corn and tomatoes in this locality for canning purposes is doubtful. But, neverthe less, such vegetables as peas, wax beans, cabbage, cauliflower, beets, onions, cucumbters, alid a. nIllUiber of other garden products can he raised here in great quantities and of su perior quality. Tl -se can be pre Pared for market here at .t sufflciently low cost to meet competition success fully. The incorporators f.el deeply in debted to the leading business men and fruitgrowers for .heir support, suggestions and ,lincourag enll , :.hid holpe that they iwill meet the stu!,,. success and loyal support fromt 1ite public in general. This company is being financed hby local capital exclusiily. Te mptrry headquarters loii t ic ieenl taken with L. L. Bulen, attorney for the -umputanyi, at his office rooitms, 0 anid l0, itDuncian block.