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lh\ . ho allink, ti. ew.tliry
repa tring. ith, r l
Is net r to t s. f
a tlr . t ." . t h ,
uel l ii ilS a rei uT I" Ci t
\iil . t i ,wa ~ it. -s o' ,,
:3 PER CENT INTEREST L I
Two- Nationalty
NWe do all kinds of jewelry
repairing.LL 98 -PHONES
Y000 000000000' 0<0000(>000000
"Free Deonomy
ThIs weiek the eNr-al Mieie heu
fast tlo and giving iar a n
build tml'l' ."access
3 PER CENT INTEREST
ON SAVINGS
The First National
Bank
Mieaoula, Monttan
COMBINED RESOURCES
$2,o()ooo0
Next to Pos tofflce.
BELL 9 --PHONES- CLIMATIZEDIND. 5
Free C.Whiemonstration
This week the r'ertal hMiiice peo
pl]e are dt'innnllstratinlg their break
le a rcayge fr,. Evetiry; 11Is inr
vited it, call and get a iailkage.
Oranges
fr l2. f st, liat, d "ii' , (, i lr , ~ . .
and ....Office Supplie.
I14ft Eastt dzManl Street. ...
Fish
ilRowlandi,the Jeweler
'Watches, Diamonds, Jewelryi
S Special Attentio; n Given to: '
l/lu,, ý,";i 'l iill;it fi, i, n ('ln i. I' r I ' 2
' THOMPSON'S CLIMATIZED
DAY-OLD CHICKS.
SS,-,nr y ea y ,,-"r h!i\ r y; 100 tar
EGGS FOR HATCHING.
$2.O(); l!,(i , f,'r: Il 5W .O1).
114 MISSOU LA MONT.
J. A. Mix & SonsTER
SttiWood, Hanry, Glank Bookand
and Office Suppli.on to
Smith'14 East MainDrug Street.
RowHENLEand, thEIGEMAN & CO.ele
GROCERS
115 igProvis Aionsue
TkBell Phone Prcrlptihon to474
The BSmith's Druof vrything in the Market.s
• hi ailt of Everything in the Mukrkt.
Sn the run
About ToI m
Poor Julius 1 ueasur net his end one
la r'h t .i1, lonI g ago: aind Shatke
sliteare. itf he hadn'lt.
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CAESAR o115e 1t1 sht)w;
thotugh on poIi ir 'ld
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I'E INre Gi L re i tl iie -is.i Thll it wille i
I ty 1,'1 for a;11hile.
A '.,11 I: :1 1,,, The Slnday' M issullian
11l trll(,t s51 l. illllsrin tionlls of famous11
THrEsidLi l it ill illa ti riti -
SMITH tlions of 'r's ago, thil
SAW IT 5ictures 1)11in1( rt't-i' -
duA tilns of IlPWvslt),er
.'11t4 frl' ,onten 1poraneo us pulhli,1
itnIs. )Int of these show(ed Prisi
1,'11 11 ih1, 14.in alkin g hii s fir: t illil-l1
rd] :t(]h ,. lbtlltd h i itt
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l kit ai t thi ls ii-tor' th t 1th, r dal
It P fritt F IIt-, tri s t i- t 1f the Mis
s ll111 ; 11:1 as t i thvy, slid to t, h i M :tln
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h( 11- t i-st day 10 I 1 1
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h i,sllntry. I t11.1. , tlit als h,,,l gladt I
IIh + I n\. 1: .11,[, I1 h.' in W\'1h intI)I. III
,Iit 1i t it- its 01
t''lt i 111t it it ' i SI it ic the stut it it '(]1
h .itit-it li n t-i Itit i t <l
uG ETT IN G 1hi t itt 5 1 . 't i t 1 1ny
i i lil ii t .tu rit i i i 11(t ft-it
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I -tout .tilult-l h i, I it llt",+.i's M is.isi t lFtt .
'+Tuliust ti t- itt i t p 'It" is... 4 5 itu ,r1tty
ilI r thc ait lHIlt ll"al t if thes off the
tagyn ;tt gons i o 4p W\r]m etarted ril
-soveral government Aelartments An-1
And the Question of
More Eggs is Interesting
You cannot force a fowl beyond
its vitality, but you can keep that
vitality at its highest point and
help assimilate the foodsthat pro.
duce the eggs
CONKEY'S
LAYING TONIC
doe jaot thatthing. It In not a fod and
h, an tiller, bat mixes with Your own
fond supply at home prices.
II It Were not for Heattng.
If Foods and Slugglshness
It O a Iny would Ion en lb. PailY'e FAG
I.AVI: T wOI0 prveour. amnotivity which
Ak hcli oorntmo the hoetingsfoaok in the
Ilýa, l l H-atag-f.wds induce slugsigh
a aind. ohn e they nro connumed, the
I loi ils .lt richa inoeggmaking matorlal.
and the hem has to Ina.i
PRICES--I lbs. 2,c; 3';y lbs., 50c;
7 lbs.. 1; 2la -lb. Pail, $3.
Our Guarantee--lr thiR does not do
its work or fi ils to
ple ae you. _ wirll gieo ,our money tack
witho1 t n f i , t ilit h 1l.
try. Free to you
'I';' i, iris+ i l i ii t' '
MISSOULA DRUG COMPANY
II Wholesale and Retail
Misscula, Montana
i , it t l. i h rT i rl l sl , nlli t Nl iltid
gi\'+ nti ,,n ridge i ;; f/r tl h, ]mal t,4ticen b
till` ( ,0 stI" P h t tils l an id I] Wl h ai
ii t fi thi,'. h iii i i rI an\\rla llil the
sath lt rl i d, I t il, b lii g.
MLADY'S BI.A(K COAT
MYSTIFIES
HONORABLE SAMUEL PULLIAM,!
CONSTABLE, EXPLODES THE
ORY OF A TRAGEDY.
II sl l I. hi Sis 121 t is i ti , rig
i tlhe Ii.,iil r. ili ring tini ik sh ishl
t issilt5h; ; siiaii nil stc irliit
I "1 ' hi s the l lgts n;~ 11,s] h flilau l ;;t 9
,s`1 h-1,1· :111.1 ,': !1'. hire iin g :I ar d ish
" as i ill +"j s ]iL i :,, ii e hIi . 11, i -ill *
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rIIllv rrln.i l\,s i l h I i'al t llanl h;llaol y
N is asl tf h i t;;I . i ii lr"n andi eli -
iin i is l1s , s i ii, . is ' a ll till, is, tl; ril it -s
ill lthe \i siliti, s1i'. 'l lliin t Ii k,.I l pt
lhr I. l, il. llld lli l:,11ht. it el, tl "rI ;
i iss, ll Ii; l s 'l ii 'iii.
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r'P l+,s ii d1 l b," t, is sli,, i, ' i li
l, , lin ills. first ia ,," si h i id iT ,
Ill , 5 Is hk -: iii is iuiis a I, I I, u I
tli didhn't , 1 ", h rq. ,ls, h .e i , silhl
1I1 1 1" ho ' , i t , it :isth , ir a-l~ rl\ . ,I ii 11i -
. ,lh r i c ,r 1 . ] iil'l l. . i'i"i i . iiii-! ,i= I-i
nll\ t, I ii cs will disu i si it llir theII
i I I :11
INFANT'S FNRrAL TODAY. I I;lv
h~ l hi" I. lh Ise n I , ilsts all1. . hisiiai,,l
Calif orn t I h
Dried Fruit li
APRICOTS, Ii ,' 11 fl
I it, t ilm i .l ihli ill Ih i ,
SEEDLESS RAISINS, 2 . i,l .h25h
, iPRUNES ,l 1ll i , ta tll il .i.t iI
i l' t ' 1.1' \V 11- , 1, 2 ii. i, , I'' thi tr
lisl l i - i, i 2iii . h
\ lIr alli I hi-al fru iit n, hi tia y -u
r \ hii ',s h ,,, It-al b i (Sell,- liS ik1
Cilrhli-i,.- llinoli-rl Ii (all
Darr loes0-4 ru1 ,,
iIACLEAN IS VRGED
TO REMAIN HERE
CONGREGATION PASSES RESO
LUTIONS ASKING PASTOR
TO STAY.
At a congregatiopir l meeting uol
lhrowirng the regular morning : ,.vices
at the Presbyterian chrurh yesterday
when more than 300 men.;.r.rs of the
church were present, r'.eolt ions
,were adopted urging I)r. J. ,N. Mac
Lean, D. I)., not to aceplit the call to
the presidency of the C('ol'e:;g of Moin
tana at Deer Lodge. The position
was tendered 'tr. Mlahican some tin,'
ago and he still has tih mattter unlder
advisement. In the face of tlhe follow -
ing resolutions, however, in which so
much of love, conflidl(ce and apprecl
ation is expressed both for l)r. Mac
lean and his wife, it a unit be hard
work for any lman to .ete up his
mind to leave his co'gret:i.ationI:
The Resolutions.
Whereas, Our beltoved Ipastnor, I)r.
Jtohtn Norrman Maclean, yh reaosrr of
his eminent fitness f-r that hit.h po
sition, has been rralltd to the presi
' dency of the Montana Ftite irtlege,
iwhi cah Iill he now- ha;s unldr con
sitleratiorn ; antl
\\ hereas, his life rani \work here hai
I so endeared him to this c('o(ngregation
that his leavirg this thllrclh wctild ibe
it Inns most k 'eenliy felt ty all of us,
for not oinly has he pir',,hte'd the Word
tof todl in a most splenldid aind jinspir
iing miianner, but he ihia in eveiry sense
aritr merianing of the woird been ai real
tpastor to this congre'gation;: and,
W*hereas, tTnrder his str lltg iand un
tir;ng leadership th.i work of this
chuirch hars gone forw:lrd il every wavty
sth thni the needs of the ciongregatir)on
hae \'o rtgr.own' this its old church
hme, anit by reasonr of his insptired
.effotrts we have unlllkrtkrriien tth;i work
of securinig a noew hullrch building,
suitaitbly equippied fiti" carrying for
ward the great work ,of the church in
this conmmunity; and,
"Wh'ereas, We feel that his work
here is in all unfinishedl state, and
that his piresence is i,necessaryr foir the
cntinui.d welfare andl growth of the i
congrrgation, and that his inva lualile
aIl and leadership is especially neces
sary if the iplans for obtaining a new
church are to be fully iconsummated;
ha tnd,
"\Whereas. We feel that thie 'call' is
as strong and insistent hetre as it is
in the new field that now seeks tio
enlist his services, and that his oIp
portunities for doing good are fully
is great here as thiy will be if the
neiw w(orki is Irundertaken;
"Ni\\ Thereforre, \V'e the congr.ega
Itiron of the First Presbyterian (.hurch
itf Misstoula, in meeting asstembleud, doi
ehoreby r,.,orrlte as folliws, to-wit:
"That we n. \i' xpress ot r detepr and
sinte(''r appreciatiron of the strong,
lving antd effic'ient workr doite by Dr.
Macler'an in the' Mlaster's caRusie during
thi Ih t four years, not onlty for this
citncrear.tiorn but as well 'fr the wholere
com unitiil 'y, fo'r we I'feel thuti hi, hras
gi en a rpowerful i mpetus, to the moral I
uplift and civic' righteoullsnel'ss in the
affairs of this city.
II.
"Tlhat \(we most earnestly urge Dr.
KiMacleani to remalin with ius ais our
Ipastror, in order that the great iworrl
that he lis undertaken and sio well
Ibeguln II;yic bt'' bronlght to ia srueriss ful
finish, for without his support and dli
retlion we' fieel the work aindt gr0wth
i of thi' chlurch will bie rmost seriously
Ilhinder(,ed.
III.
"'T'ihat wi' plrdgi him our hearty and
loyal . (iii i i)t, ian l u orr e to work
and pray 'with himtn to adlvance the
crrause ifr Iour .1aster, and this branch
of iis churilch inl this 'omnii uinity, moIre
faithfilly in the fiture than w(t have
ione in the past.
IV.
"Trhat we will render all the assist
;llci( inl . pt.we.r to forward the work
of getting a new chutrcih bildilng, for
. " all rr'cognizr e the great ht tird'ip
Iundetr whicrthith rpastor and people
are now working, and we see that a
ne,v' htulltlding is necessary if the work
of the chulrch is to bie carried forward
in ir ItrrIter nIllrllllll'.
V.
"Thart ivi al.s,, fi'I! that thi' wiyfe ft
Oiuir lrnorrhas iexcited a mighty ipowir
fur gorit in this churc'h and c'onillnlntjfl
ity, and that her loiss 'will not only
hII n sc \iere Itlowr to this 'chlrc'h but
as wi(ll to all rliaious work in this
rity. She is nRltuble, tactful, lor\inr
andl tireless in all ('hristian ntti\'itirs,
Ian-ud to Irinse tr will most serrrously
hindhitur thi(' wrork of the church in all
of its dlp'i rtmtlrnts, for truly she, toi,
hi;rs Iorron ri str)nrg linder, a ,wise couin
tellotr irnrl rI faithfulr friend; she is on'
r\yllsi serv'ir'i s ari truly in\'rtrnltale to
this rchllrc'h nit i cnirirrrgation, tnrtl( her
'auirig IrW;i-y woiurltl mean a distinct
Irerak in so mint pilaces that hir]
a|rsinctri w.ill tnritig sirrow and trouble I
it uIs all. If tliring service is a way
to hall, ine.istr , utd \\oe feel it is, thenlr
trulyt htir cup of happlliness imust ie ]
runnirnig rver, for as shown bi heir i
lifti her Pimbtitiori is to spend rirird ie I
st'lnt ill the Mlasti'r's service, and that
wit hoti t rritti r'r. it
VI.
"That ihi si'irtary of tlie irteetirig
I'llulsi Ith(se rtsoluti'ns to bto s r. e iii
I1| r11 r r'.rd is if this churircih, indn i
that :r 'ruiny of tlh, sanie be furnishled
ti Iir. r11aehran and his good wife
(larrr. is i slight triken of otir hlve
and rositer it n hiAh apprchittiion of
their litfir ain seir\'ice in this commun
ity.
"laRssdl at :i congregational mreet
ing ttld in thie First PresbyterianI
chlrr'ih iil thre cit'y if Missoula, state
of Miiintana, on thi, ninth day of
MaIrch, 1913.".
(Got thrat h(,alth' look, clear skin,
hright eyr. energetic step, by taking
lhtllistrr', I. M. T'era after youre intals.
ticorgat Ireishtetirir.- --A dv.
I'rat fifteen-cent smoke, five cents.,
-Adv, .
B +er Exposed
Sto Light for
5 Minutes Becomes
U Vndrinkable
This is not our st ac
1i ment, but the deli[; r,;1c
0o opinion of one of the
s 4 most renowned scientists
O s in the world. Read the
entire statement:
"We have tested beers repeatedly,
placing the bottles in the direct
sunlight, and testing the same after
one, two,-three and five minutes
exposure, found that the beer with
three and five minutes exposure
became undrinkable on account of
the peculiar odor developed. The
detrimental effect of light upon
beer can be successfully counter
acted by the employment of brown
or dark colored glass bottles, and
such bottles are, therefore, recom
mendable."- Wahl-Henius Insti
tute of Fermentology.
It is not enough that beer bc brewed
pure, it must be kept pure.
Many Americans prefer beer in a
light bottle. Most brewers follow the
course of least resistance.
Light starts decay even in pure beer.
Dark glass gives the best protection
against light. Schlitz is sold in Brown
Bottles to protect its purity from the
brewery to your glass.
See that crowi' or cork
is 5raet'/ "Sch/lit:Z."
LIs Angels \VWine House
lat. (allahan, Proprietor
iir \V. Main St.
Missoula, Mont.
I\ ihe Beer ,
h M27 k
Tha'tMde\ M ilwaukee Famous.
DEBATE WITH AGGIES
NEXT FRIDAY EVENING
Irhlay evenini g oif this wek is the
. ito '- os " the se.ionI iiannual deihate
hlii twiir teians of thi I' ti\ersit'. of
onitlntira l l II. .iti t, Ag.1 . ritulllt ril
collegeh . "The ( hate twill Ie in Mtis
s ulat this (~~\ 1r. \\ill lioii d ti \\n ill
Te(lplet) t ll, bo th friesthn illt ý, llake l i)
the vairsit'; t,, ii, .\Ivl Iltirld heing
the alt ;lrlitIt I l ililltier. 'Thre lu uest .ioit
is: "ttInsnled, that a millinitii wiiii
sh tutl I e ;ilIoptedt for (ie.pairtnmi it
stores and fI,(utoris." 'Tho jiulgis havei
not Ielln ithosen. T'he dleblate was won
iy thet n ri.llllur:ll c.illge last year
and the delfe l t has aurlll' th till am
this . l ur ito exce tioiul activiti y.
HORTICULTURIST DEAN
ON INSPECTION TRIP
State Tortic'ulturist M. I,. Dean will
eanvo this m1i rlintg for a:i trip to the
lArtthllrn lart of the state, \whrete lih
vill he etigalied for sorel dlays inspect
ing oriharitis, placing siome niow in
Iperctolrs in sonica dtistrkits intl] attend
ng srome meetings w\\hich aire to be ht hl
y the irchardists. lie will make the
rip by way of the IFlaIthead distrI.t
tnd woirk north fromirr thtlre. The first
re.ting will he hold at Bi tig andy. and,
hero will Iie sessions at rother tpoints
iirth of treat tnIts.
WRAPPED BREAD
'the only sanitartly imethriod oft hatndtling
irea l koiwn.
Wrhoite wheat bre:ad, the kind ir.
Wiley rIcc ll ll in1ii s.
All kinds if lbre:ids tall calkes on
land fresh lily. I'ihonte us your
ROYAL BAKERY
,ISSOULA ART CO.
Cameras and Supplies
Developing for Amateurs
pJAre
Here
to sell you just the
m1eat you \ant. We1
(1on't e ,r.nm to
dictate your choice,
either cuit or qulal
ity. And wve ]now
_ - -" tha l( ce you taste
Phone Uns Your1
o1me 115 W. Mainr S.
We are now located in
Thourt's new quarters, 120 Eastre
so anxious to have
uCedar, coine thethe new first
te.to-date.
Koopman &
Wissbrod
Phone Us Your
Orders.
. H. HEBARD115 W. Main St.
d. 797 Bell 15. Ind. 471
MOVED
We are now located in
our new quarters, 120 East
Cedar, in the new Forbis
building.
Everything new, neat
and clean and strictly up
to-date.
Palace Market
W. H. HEBARD, Manager
PHONES
Ind. 797 Bell 245
MISSOUtL1A \11ANT ADS
BIGNG 3QUICi RESUL TI.
TheS
Cars
OVERLAND-MODEL 69T
Five-passenger, 30 horse;
power, fully (",, ',ned witlh
top, windshie! :, i', `
and self start,., ti:;. ; S .ueo
meter, oversize tires. Price,
delivered, $1,130, Missoula.
OVERLAND-MODEL 71T
45 horse power, five-pas
senger, electric lights, elec
tric horn, Presto starter and
tank, Warner speedometer,
fully equipped. Price, de
livered, $1,600, Missoula.
We will show these new cars at
OVERLAND GARAGE
Missoula, Mont.
SPECIALISTS IN
Picture Framing
400 Different Mouldings
Latest Patterns
Lowest Price.
Simons Paint and Paper House
DR.PIERCES
GO LDE I
ItE.EICAL !
DISCOVERY
FOR THE
BLOOD,.LIVER.LUNGS.

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