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GET REDUCED RATES
FOR ANGLERS 8EOCRETARY M'HA'FFIE SUCCEEDS IN SECURING CONCESSION FROM RAILROAD. aDte to the efforts of Secretary prank McHaffie and the Missoula Anglers' club, fishermen will now be able to go fishing as far east as Rock creek and on .the west to Fish creek at one and o'ne-third the regular fare. This rate also applies to the Bitter Root branch. This rate became effective on the Northern Pacific Sunday. Not many availed themselves of it, however, due to the inclement weather. This rate will be in force on the N(, thern Pa cific until the end of the fishing sea son. The Milwaulkee has not yet an nounced any rate, hot it was given out that in all probability that road woulddl do so in the near future. The matter! is now uip before the Milwaukee offi cials. The interest in angling this year is greater than it (i, r was. This was brought about by the Missoula Anglers club. The organization has been working hard for several years, and now the fruits of the ,earnest endea vors are becoming evident. The club, to a man, has worked hard to get the reduced rates for the fishing trips dur ing the coming season. Secretary Mec Haffie has been especially active in the matter. The rates secured by the clubI are good from Saturday returning Monday before midnight. The tickets are on sale also Sundays, and have the same time limit. The reason given for the Milwaukee not giving the rates at the same time as the Northern Pacific is that the Milwaukee trains do not stop at the places most frequented by the line-i casters. However, several good holes are reported on the Milwaukee line, and it is probable that arrangements for a stop at some of these places can be made. There will th more anglers in Mis soula and vicin.ty this year than there has ever been befoore. This is the re sult of the anglers' banquet held here last year. Many fishermen not resi dents of Missoula were present at the! ibanquet. and found it such a fine thing that they, upon their return home, im mediately bestirred themselves. The result of this is that there are not anglers' clubs fully formed and in working order in Thompson Falls, Plains, Superior, Hamilton and Ste vensville. Ronan also, it is reported, is organizing a club. Western Montana will -,e, the center of the state in the matter of game fishing, according to all the indica tions. Secretary McHaffl. and the local club, is more than pleased with the outlook. THE WEATHER Yesterday was a typical March day. That is about all that can he said of it. The wind blew as ,per March schedule and so.,me rain and sn.a,, mixed, fell. However, the cold was not minded as it \ as not at all s-vere. Overcoats, rubbh-rs and shamrocks were the most fashionable things for wear. It was a day made to order for I a St. Patrick's parade, but it didn't seem natural. ha.,rlse; dule to the ep-i cellent paving, there was no ankle deep mud on Hiicins avenue. The weather Iana gave out the fol lowing official fi..ures: Maximum .................. 44 Minimum ................... ....36 At 6 A. M. Thermomn.ltler ...... .. Barometer .. . . 6:56 At 6 P. M. Thermometer .. ... 52 Barometer .6::3 'Wind from the :aIt; pr'elilprtlat 'n, .59 inches. $100 REWARD, $100. The readers of tills paper will be pleased to learn that there is a. ltast one dreaded disease that s, lne.ce has bheen able to cure in all its stiages, and that is catarrh. Hall's Caltarrlh C'tie is the only positive cure now khn, wn to thie mrll'l fraternity. Catarrh being 1t ',nstitutional disease, requires a cIstlatitionallI treat ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken In ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of thlie system, there by destroying the foundatlon of the dis ease arid giving the pa llent stre(ngtht by building up the constitutiion and assisting nature in doing its work. The prprpretors have so much faith in its curative pow era that they offer one hundrellid dollars for any case that it falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for conatlpa tion.-Adv. 15 ACRE RANCH For Trade This property is a part of the famous Bass ranch in the Ritter Root valley, one mile from rail road; rural delivery; school, quar ter-mile. The property is highly im proved, has a fine G-roorn dwelling, two-story barn, rocthouse and other out-buildings. (lood water right. Small creek runs through property. Location beautiful and scenery grand. Property is clear of debt except $850, which may be paid or as sumed by buyer. We will trade this property for town lots or improved property. Price, $4,000 Call for particulars. W. H .Smead'Co. Higgins Block Missoula, Mont. Phone 212 Red. LOCAL BREVITIES Eagles meet tonight.-Adv. J. A. Lemire of Ronan is a visitor in the city for two days. Magazines-P. O. news stand.-Adv. F. A. Davy of Garnet spent the day on 'business in Missoula. Achor, piano tuner. Ind. 2355.-Adv. John J. Duffy of Florence had busi ness in .Missoula yesterday. Dr. Ward, veterinarian. Both phones. -Adv. Robert Stokes of Victor spent the day on business in Missoula. Marsh, the undertaker, phone 321. Adv. E. L. More of Deer Lodge was a visitor in the city yesterday. Reeves' Meat Market. Bell 914 Blk. -Adv. iMrs. Frank Vogel of Glarrison spent the day shopping in Missoula. Dr. Willard, osteopath, 1st Natl. bank.-Adv. John Lynch of Iron Mountain was a visitor in Missoula yesterday. Wanted-Good 8 per cent city loans. Wheeldon-Rossi Co.-Adv. Henry Kuth and small son of Drum mond spent the day in Missoula. Stenographer Dawson, Montana blk. -Adv. ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles Matt of Arlee were shopping in Missoula yesterday. Fresh roasted coffee, 3 lbs. for $1. 3. & E.-Adv. Lloyd Weiss has returned from Cali fornia, where he has been for the last month. Money to loan on chattel security. Room 210, Montana Blk.-Adv. Messrs. Roy Clawson and Otto Neu bert were here on business yesterday from Hall. Ask for new descriptive catalogue, dissoula Nursery company,-Adv. John Stence of Olympia, Wash., is here for two days, visiting his cousin, A. J. Gibson. First showing of ladies' new spring suits. Martin's, East Cedar.-Adv. Firman Gage of the firm of Pettitt & Gage entertained his mother and sls ter from Helena over Sunday. Work horses and brood mares Mis soula Feed corrall. M. Bedell, prop.-Ad F. F. West of Butte came into Mis soula yesterday, while on his way home from a visit in New York. Humane society. Call up 899, red or black.-P. O. box 60. R. F. D. 1. Adv. H. A. Bradt, general agent for the Burlington railway lines, stopped over for a day on business in Missoula. Newton H. Schweiker, optical spe cialist. Rooms 203-205 Montana Blk. -Adv. N. Dellwo and son of Ronan came into the city yesterday in connection with a case at law in the district court. F. G. Moore, chiropractor, Ham. blk. Any disease; exam. free. Bell 1084. Adv. Mrs. A. J. Sponner has returned from Butte, where she has been for several days visiting and transacting business. Handy scratch pads and waiter checks for sale at The Missoullan of fice.-Adv. WV. . Williams of Spokane, commer cial agent for the Rock Island Railway company, called on local merchants yesterday. Dr. Louise Smith, osteopath, Ma sonic temple. Phone 618; res. 533 red. -Adv. J. E. Hanvey spent the day in IMis soula talking with dealers in behalf of the Meclhainvs Futrniture counpaiiy of RIockford, Ill. Dr. Anna James, osteopath, Higgins block. Phone 834 ,black.-Adv. George .Munn, a well-known resl dlent of Lo)w's addition, left yesterday for ]rochester, Minn., where he goes for medical treatment. Money to loan on ranch and city property. I1. D. Fisher, 113 E. Main street.-Adv. M1. H. Burt stopped over yesterday to, visit friends in Missoula, while on his way from a visit in Pacific coast cities to his home in Miles City. R. M. Cobban Realty company has moved to rooms 69-70 Higgins block. --Adv. William Blake, stenographer for the Anno'onda Colpper Mining company, is here for a fiew days reporting the pro Se.tdings in the 13ouck damage suit. S. 1V. HIudson, chiropractor, B. & A. 131cdg. Any disease. Examinations free. -Adv. M Miss 'Maude hlarper is visiting friends in Stevetnsville and HIamilton for three days this week, before her departure to her new home in Canada. Sicholas F. Dellwo applied yester day for homestead entry on 160 acres, including the southeast quarter of sec tirn 1S, township 20 north, range 20 ix ,-'st, I. . Blair, who has large property intierests up the Blackfoot valley, I stoqlpedll over in Missoula yesterday i \)lile oli his way from a sojourn in lHe,. na. Dr. and Mr.s. It 6. Coats, who for the past four years have made their home in IFrenchtown, have gone to Plains to live, and where the doctor will practice. Their malny friends in IcFrcctl'htoi in regret exceedingly to have thlcemi leave, and they carry many sin crre wishes for success. W. T. 1. Fraser returned yesterday from Des Moilnes, Iowa, where he went a few weeks ago for a conference with head officials of the Central Life In surance company of Des IMoines. lIe accompanied Mrs. Fraser part way on her journey to New York, where she will visit during the spring. Mr. and 'Mrs. Perry Black are here from their holme at Big Arm, guests in the home of Mrs. Black's aunt, Mrs. C. H. Kettlewell. *Mrs. Black was be fore her marriage Miss lMusetta Love, who taught school at Oarlton. Her nmany friends will be grieved to learn that Mr. and Mrs. Black lost their baby son, who was buried last Sunday at Poison. F. C. Gentz, formerly employed in1 the e"ntral 9tfivge o the I.. tomnl' tionitl Ready now: with mepnf correct fashionable spring wear; supreme qualities; emphastzlng'exquisite innovations in dress yOU'LL FIND this exclusive men s store perfectly equipped to give you the best clothing values in Missoula. The B & A label in merchandise is a " guarantee of 100 per cent satisfaction to you. We take all the responsibil ity for your purchases here; you'll ] find our goods worth their purchase ,'A. price if you want your money back. ,.[ More spring suits arrived yesterday, so now we're in better position than ever to fill your apparel needs for Easter. These are all hand-tailored in the new spring fashions, conservative or extreme; English models, Norfolks, full - back models, shaped-in waist, coats long or short, trousers nar row or peg, Something to every man's taste and _ you'll be well dressed in any of them. The col orings are typical of spring: blended grays, blues, browns, chalk lines, checks, hockanum blues and blacks. Any price you want to pay, from $15 to $45 UNPARALLELED excellence in spring hat stock. New derbies that you will like. Soft hats that are new, different. Grays, greens, tans and browns are the approved shades for this season. $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $5.00. Smart new silk hats in the authoritative shapes for 1913, $7.50. E XCLUSIVE patterns in 1913 shirts; madras, pongees, soisettes, never more beautiful than this season, and in colors guaranteed not to fade. $1.50 and upward. Keep posted on what's new and correct in apparel. lSY See our windows every time you're down town. Harvester company at Chicago, began yesterday his new duties as assistant manager of the implement department of the IMissoula Mercantile company. E. D. Gantt will continue to be mana ger of the department, and H-I. T. Bailey continues his work as book keeper. AEdward McMahon of Sloan, Mont., applied yesterday for homestead entry on 160 acres including the northeast IMPROVED IRRIGATED Farm Loans 8% THREE, FIVE, TEN YEARS With Privileges GEO. F. BROOKS Real Estate sm4d Lous First Natlonal Bank Bulldita quarter of the northwest quarter and the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section 24, and the south east quarter of the southwest quar ter and the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section 13, town ship 20 north, range 23 west. AT THE ISIS It seems that everyone in Missoula has read Dickens and knows all about "Pickwick ,Papers." That is the idea one gets from seeing the immense au diences which crowded the Isis at every performance last evening. The audiences are still laughing. Joh4 Bunny, as Mr. Pickwiok, is so much like the real article and carries out the spirit of the original to such a degree of perfection that the audi ences were completely carried away and fancied themselves in old, merrie England. The pictures were taken in the very haunts made famous by Mr. Dickens in his wonderful works and are therefore of historical value. But the history is lost on most; to the ma jority the humor, so delightful of Dickens, is the prevailing feature. It is safe to say that no better picture has been seen at the Isis this season. It's a crime to miss it. It will be shown tonight for the last time. MOULDERS STRIKE. Pittsburgh, Pa., March 17.-Moulders employed by the Black Diamond plant of the Crucible Steel Company of America, struck today for an increase in wages. Another plant of the same company has been idle for 10 days. Police were called tonight to clear the mill entrance when striking moulders made efforts to induce other crafts to quit work. The. mill is under guard. Chamberlain's Tablets. These tablets are Intended especially for disorders of the etomach, liver and bowels. If you are troubled with heartburn, indigestion or constipation they will do you good. Try them. For sale by all drugglts,--Adv. FAIR ASSOCIATION IS PLANNED EUGENE MORIN, ONE WHO SEEKS TO ENJOIN COMMISSIONERS, CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEE. Eugene Morin, as tchairman of a committee which is seeking to per fect an orga:.!z ti u to ne i:nown as the Western Montana Fair association, announced last night that there had been a meeting of some citizens in terested in the matter. "The organi. nation will be incorporated." said Mr. Morin, "and its object will be to pro-i mote fairs in Missoula county and western Montana. Another meeting will be held Friday evening to adopt by-laws and constitution." Mr. Morin is one of the plaint!Lis in the suit brought in the district court last Friday to enjoin the, county commissioners from purchasing a fairground. PETITION FOR CITIZENSHIP. John Matejka, a native of Austria, filed a petition for first citizenship Paper yesterday in the office of the Clerk of the Court Conlan. Catarrh and Cold In Head Can be relieved quick. Get a 25 or 50 cent tube of sanitary KONDON'S Catarrhal Jelly The first drop used l do good. 'Money b If ltdoesn't. Samplee rtf.' .ou wteQqlek . .ON.ON MFO. co., M.re . Mnll m p.