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WOOD BLOCKS SWELL AND BURST OPEN AND TIE UP TRAFFIC FOR HOURS. Of all the upheavals that ',V'r ,1. place in Missollta, that of the, \\ 1a1 blolcks on the Higgins aventue l lrldge early yester'dak morning was the, m, st grotesque. The first sight of tthus,' two imighty swells in the ce'ti r of each roatdway and a ztg-Z:tg r'ack running along the ridlges friot init o'nid of the bridge to the othtr, \\;s one which invariably lrotight forth a smltl . But then this slinl n\o\ it f :as1 the situiation hadl someni stiriolis aspctl is. The waood hlocks, which I,',:ilnice thor oughly sattrat'itl with anitneio ;itss the last uptilevtli l when so ,i il- hles , w\ore- ,xposed until repallirs \\'!r:. ni;t('l,, started to ha-ve and groan at 4 o'] i- k etste :tly ot ' rni g. \t fI ic iiili ii ridges Wn (':ech side ,f .i' ll,' car Itn' \\4VrTP frolth Ollt |i 1, , i' n I' '' high I 1\\il!l gaping iracks. liiito ' hi rail , ihe car Itral-s ith' bl c,,s A i at thl .is lol lr ts l Ih1d . ihltlti r ;tilt \\i l side iars ut s ifily , 'i tl i ' - ilg. T Ithe ih1 'i l's ;it t' 0 l:t l l Iii WI(' lt 1tot Il !i, i t sch' c Itis t l:hhll,t t 'tillir. l ist N i' lf 1t1h tracltl k \V.Is :lisitl ;1111t h 111, I' ll I htad III lI l ii it the SI thll i n l fI' ll,' lridhl' l. 11 .;" lg it lirlt , Ilt. Iti ir wrack wasi ft ihlhtih 1 \ 1 t l4' .i l s ,iir pll. tltd toI 11 ':i ~l;. \lit s.i ll, lt l tu si. l etr bl y. A ll [ i n u. rs ' ' ;iliz. .' tho r I it t his this uinr at n ;i- l'ot-Vr 11 0 I- I Ibis \l I, l1l' thl cu s :ill :ir oin t \\1 il l nun ieiiIlllill. Price and Nelson. oI\1, ill llu l r\\," " l ill I an tn , elli., " i .11 i hlairntllll:l N u.18 1 i ll* I h,'" I 1 . th1e ground, :nd 111.1 ;i , 'l i' - Ill.. comii iSii t er 4 i r . 11 i1r . 1 I . :,-c' utlll ;I Iil '" i tW 'ltl anal pro:': it V ith Ii le r1,1 ,;iirs :t0 iii 'll ]5 :is 1 -'. s ibl, ;i:HolI. the s ntifl |'lp tit as has I ', folhovw 'd :ill v it;t r. Itllhlli loll nt holllr 111t irew' \\:ls I:lts :11 0 llI1F O min, ai ll th lat I.ltlhl vv urlk togtlh , r -1, dvllLi ti , t lint .'ll 1 h j Tl. "lT nhi ;ll" tra -ck \'ai.s fir!st maltl, plissa. l.,' so tr.if fi collh I l, resnlllilid, l111h Ih ll 1the W\est rodiual i i \ \\\:1s t11 lclt'd. l tlpning this sille wai in l l .ll s n litiom . T its .i.st sill. \\ill h I 7, r ln lit ,I In talking of the nlalll'r ) slriy, ('h lirmllltfl s'lso. Il ,1 th , ers expressed IIhi tlin it in vt i id be n ec sl's.a f,,r Ih , i- tilln y I': - :i\, t, hse bridgt this siiiim r \ t ill seno" material o.th r 1lha1 \v1 ..I II'li.Kb It seem is ill ipr ,lltia ll to \\i,. . 1m, SON'S IESIIMONY CONVICTS FATHER Ne Vii 1 \i rh c ii -\\i 1 - r fur. ht~ittin Ii-i s t ii 1f ii iti t's ('10 11 llr n tile;ht 11551 greh , t ýill i. ti a ul' ý I A ut l 5." 1111 555r11 v isit is F ali. t S"n~r 1 titit'\'1 iltltiiI. h, t1," s 1. , ft' I I tilli numv t11 )1:11'1 ]1sf1. t i m lli S TO DISBAND SOCIETY I t, lls Il nn allllil '. Iii' i h. ti ' 1, I 11.1 5. s tiitl, hit t \i , I i(' 1 d il t11, \Ii · li lt , til f ti'ii 1111 11. 1ti is ll ly I ll S S~tit Ii- li s u. I .11 1 The Gold Dust Twins' Philosophy T HE Village Sewing Circle met to gossip, in their little set, but one opinion seemed to hold despite the tendency to "scold." When vexing problems, such as say, "What shall we do on Cleaning Day?" confront the Housewife, she may feel that Gold Dust tackles them with zeal. Staid matrons told of what a bore it was The Envied to scrub each dirty floor; young house Housewife wives thought that dishes claimed more worry than some others named. All uni formly took a "bit" from household work and argued it, while all in turn were loud in praise of what a part their Gold Dust plays. The Mop is Mightier than the Board Those tasks which, anyway, are mean, decrease with Gold Dust on the scene. Those "Cost-of-Living" puzzles put the chairman of the club on foot. Said she:--"The Cost-of Cleaning," too, should mean a mighty lot to you. If allof us com bine, to buy, those goods that have a"REASON WHY,"ere long our husbands needn't fuss. They'll leave financing games to us." The pennies count, as you must know, and cleaning makes the pen nies go. If Gold Dust cuts the toil in two and makes economy come true, whynot adopt the "Cleaner way" and join the "Gold Dust Club"today? '"... ...ý" . ,ad .. Comic per.- a This Night PHYLLIS PARTINGTON, THE CALF!ORNIA PRIMA DONNA, WHO IS MAKING SUCH A BIG HIT IN 'GYPSY LOVE." 'HYLLI pARTIG'I'ON THE C LF]OI,.'·: NIA PRMA DON AWH I MAK~i.G ,t;C[ A [lG HT IN"GYPY I.OVE. 1 i'. , ' 1, 1 Iti :ii iiiiii l."' lOtt 1 ti iava t I· r ;,: ii'i f' r . 1'' n·in thn;r. n iii s hut ii I. Iaiiiiiiiii ir i i: -li lt. iri li I'II .aril t etý ti lttt ii ul \ i- i tltl Itii, ii-ru \. I I. \\'t ti li .+ I rt t llt t1 I t' t"'r.2:I t a I. - ii 'SEWTE'I [ IS toW[t ti uta t I·'·! id I u I" iii' 'n i tt li' h' lat da f T, t t ttrxt ., I ir 1lutinIl Al'l .. ý nt A 11j aL", /' \\',.o.Is eti\s Jhsieg, with coot llllli .iii Is - 'rol peoI pl e who saw the op(r in I.ondon and in this country, ;trVisi!ng him to continule presenting t;,i. orKgilln l hticr'icall v: rsion. The lpit ,if "(lypsy liove" is straitightfor \tr, l and intelligile. Zorika becom'nes i uii ited 1 \1 ith i t tylsy violinist inat( l Joszi, and is about to elope with hin. llow ever, she drinks a magic po tion, whicih rivals to her the future. I i litio i h, ,hi .szi irts of hter and ptr i4108s iL chaIrnlin, \wid V naIllled Ilma, ish, plights her troth to, Fedor, the 'hlite i.i her fathitr. The father be cmlls infatuatetd with llnna. and Joszi is hqft it his lHi;lmny ro'vil . In con struction "flypsy i Lovet" behaves from tiln ii to inme like grand opera, which is a; supre'mely satisfactory indication " the, tmpeir "of the munsical trimes. Th, Iwhabr wtork is replete with su petior tl.ii. i"The Melody of tove," "\Wedding (luests," "'Mt ttrimonly" are a fI'v of the genurineo In lodies contained ill thi (ipt'ral . lhitr is said to have iti'ir, "ithat "ltylpsy Ltove" is his mas , rl 'c~,", :+ihld i iis tru i thal ie hits wiritte a 'r sIitronger s'core than in nn his previous operettas heard ;ii this militry. 11,' i II l h I, tr s ll l','irriid Liiltl' I, t it| e lena. i,' ' * II',1' I):," ~ !1 1:1, : l'. I\ lll 'lslllo fnt lto !ll 1t t .. i:\ l lv. .'irth prl iS l ii ('lit hlilrf \111 ,, i d Illit I.im 1 ii I i t '`iil illt. t'li,'s ,.I:'.i , i:II, he' Is wt'ill li' iill in TRAIN IS WRECKED. prit .Ii," I il, Il, M iarch .o. \ north Lo ,!d ,'hlt,:'.o, l ria ,l Nt. Louis I'., l:ii , . ', th "I ' ri ld utll, I11. l'Tito . h, , - \\-. ., ' i l' lleld :In t s "VOnl [ I" .,n. ,il,,t ,,Iorlfted inuird. MISSIONARIES PLAN A UNITED CAMPAIGN Nj o \ 1, ,,rk. M 'wr,,h 1i l. A ui. ted rllis I, > ll I ' ,llllhii l11Iini dtfilln d i ;s a1 "Ii (t ll 1111'hll :ii il ;iillii Ii P itt d lllti' It)i l'ad it I \] l ih 'h l irc.h tIlo thel dis'llhilrge of I I I is i y dull " t\ ill Ie(' COl' (]i'l It'd t l',. 1;;1 th e lb ' t -op-anit ion of i'the . 'r!ign 11 i si l n ry is i , [ ]- it's ilof . ,rl1 \ Ii 'ic i i an 1d hile li il,' tit ion ,men tic !, ihll lle'in thl* hoill e i missio n , Ii( ',i i. Illlrs, I L l t wi s : n; ! , t oL1 ll [oii ly \I: ,:Uthai;-\ wid., \.ilpii;ull for oI' nur h :l a v :li'nl'llgn t Iii S i 'i t 111li e' tIltter Si im. lcnt w'lln w ill h I" I h II iri; " It this w \ Irk. Sp tecial S.. . . ..h i .tl s sill in charge GENERAL PHYSICAL TRAINING., t , . Ili 1 It.n. .\nI opit',llo of tit" I in, h , t tItti. ts 'l l t i . iea I, , i t hili rtil and iii . il. 'I. i i' s Is1c1 en1n.1 ' ,lt d t it. l h'si,',' itt h 'liton shall he ct imI - p :I[s~" t ]1 :l'I ~l a 1, f1" . ,th sexes, .io -: I iti :Il \ ' rIIti , I pro p g id;I S l:s ll , t ,: I i, It onl atil .I[ I' u!ili 's 10 i I, L. . I ,liit, th1, V [:Il ] ic' ss.t',' otf' ]'t5:.,s :l ,'Jiin 'tionl, ::nh that the physi I , . 1"u , 1; " ll ,,irh. schools shilb l I llll ?'ri' ' ill a ~liti. n tI , th , itl lt ticst ., I 'J, I l l0i: itl,] ll air spoi ls, in stru' ti.tl hn l'lt lhe anI l child :nld hLhouseu!id mnt agemi nt. 1 INDA AI AINS IEAVYECAPITAL RED MEN START FROM WASH INGTON FOR THEIR HOMES IN THE FAR WEST. Washington, March 20.-Crow In dian oratory was much In evidence about the interior department today 'When thd 'row delegation which has been il Washington. since the inaugu ration made~'4t$farewells. The In diauns made t.s~tiA farewell gifts and left for the west tontlg . Chief Plenty Coos, thle -b&d of the d(lehgation, made a len"th)ly speech, tpresenting to Secretary Lane of tli. interior department for President Wil son the war honnet which the chief birought to Washington to wear in the inaugural parade. After Plenty Cos had paid his respe.cts to the "Great WVhite Father," Chief Medicine I('r\owd plresented to the slecretary a head-onthroidered tobacco oullch. Then the delegation departed for the tlindian Iureau where ('hiief White Man-Rltuns-Hilm presented a pair of buclkskin gauntlets to the wife IofAct ing t'lmmiseioner Abbott of the In dian bureu,. Secretary Lane granted one of the Ietitions \vhic,1 brought the indians to \\'ashinglon \then he signdl n n au thority for tile expentliture of $400,000 ol' Inditan fundts for the ]tpll'lchase (of calttlet for the ('row reserv: tion. ---'---''---'*- - - BODY OF KING GEORGE TO BE SENT TO ATHENS Athens, March 20.-The hoIly of King (leorge will ,e1 plact l a 11ard a worshilt at Saloniki March i6, and transported to Athens, arriving lhere the following day. King Constantine, after he is pro clained tonmrrow, will prceed to ,aloniki, acc',ompanie-d b1y Pre.mier Venizelos and with the dowager queen, Olga, and the other menmblers of the royal familY return here. with the king's body. The funeral probably will take place tMarch 30, as the lying in state will o iupy three ldays. Military honors will Ie rendered not only by the Athe.ns garrison but by an entire military division which has been or dhered here for that purpose. WOMEN ARE RUSHED TO AMERICAN SOIL Pl g'lns, Ariz., March t.--American VVmnIII(n and children frptJg ,tile mining SolttlItlncnt at I C'atnnean;" Sonnrn, Ire bhing rushetl to the border 'tonight in utomoltiles. Sever;ll hurdred Yaiquls led by General Obregon, chief' of in urgll tlt state troops, ae reported 1110rchingb on the town, garrisoned lby 350 federals. C'oldntl Moreno, federal comlmander nIIt a':nnon1, expects GCntral Obregon's I atlalck in the morning. Antonio Rojas, a Chihuahua state 1 rebelI genelral, with 100 11en is report ed to haive looted MIet.iuma, after Ainmrican resitidnts fld. Sonora state lnlsulrge.ntis sent against theml have not reachetdl there. PORTO RICANS ADJOURN. San Juan, P. It., March 20.-The Iorto Rican leIislaturle held its final sossion today. The hills passed in (iulhe mtosures riegulating child and \wiuliIan l,,Ior, esta:blishiug in employ ers.' liabil:ty law, lproviding for the cnstirltion if ri:lds nll(n bridlgis afnd inctreasing thlie reveinue by the impolsi tion of taxes on liqliiirs, cigars and 'igrelttes. A commission will be sent to Washington h\\llen tllhe tariff colnes up in congress. Quit It! ZEMO Stops Itching Instantly And for Eczema In All Forms, Dan druff, Totter, etc., It's a 'Wonder. Buy a 25c Bottle Today and Prove It. AI-yi! Stop that violent scratch ing! There is nothing known that w\\ill stop itching like %.,.O). One app .li.ation stops it instantly, wheth e.r thei itching is on the scalp or on any other part enf the body. The First Application of ZELMO Will Stop Scalp Itching Instantly. It Is Guaranteed. Dandruff is nothing hlut scalp ec rimi, and that 's why ZEMIO stolps lidandruff ibsoilit lV. For the terrible raw\, fiery eczema that drives you wild, k.oel, you awake nearly all night-for rash, prickly hieat and all inflatmeid, reddened skin on babies or grown-uts. for itching piles, salt rlheuili. for rawness after s having, for any and all sores, ZEMO is : revelation. ZEM() is not a gre.'s\ ointment or pI:st, buiit a clean, anlltiselpt' solution applied to the skin. Trt a bottle to il:ay-e-ndt Youlr torture. 'ZEM(r O \ill cure anv case of ec ,~I ena if used a('cording to directions." U)r. G. H. Johlnsonl, (,u:nllnah, Texas. Druggists everywhiere, s II ZIfMO at ( :r sialed bottlet , or s nt on receipt of price by E. W. Hoi, Medicine 'o., St. I.muls. .1u. Sold and guaranteed in Missoula by D. . Smith Drug Cou. ORTON BRQ LARGEST PIANO DEALERS IN WEST MISSOULA STORE AT 118 EAST CEDAR STREET BEST PIANOS IN THIE. WORLD STEINWAY & SONS CHICKERING & SONS KRANACH & BACH HALLET & DAVIS VOSE & SONS KIMBALL FISHER, CONWAY WHITNEY and Others HINZC and Others OUR PLAYER PIANOS are the most satisfactory. We always have a fine as sortmeno to select from in beautiful Mahogany, Oak or Walnut Cases COME IN AND INVESTIGATE OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN Our Pianos always the best. Our prices always the lowest. Our terms always the most satisfactory. ORTON BOTHERS . . ..:m "SURGEON DETAILED TO1 MONTANA GOVERNMENT EXPERT TO FIGHT ROCKY MOUNTAIN TICK IN BITTER ROOT. Washington, 1D. C., March 20.-(Spe cial.)-Surgeon Lunsford D. Fricks of the United States Public Health serv ice has been detailed to go to the Bit ter Root valley and study the Rocky Mountain fever tick. lie is a' native of Georgia and 40 years old. State to Co-operate. 11elena, March 20.-(Special.)-The state board of entomology was organ ized here today and outlined a cam paign that will be waged this summer in co-operation with the federal au Ithoritics. against the Rocky Mountain tick in the Hitter Root. The methods of a year ago will be followed, and in districts where it is decided to work, all the livestock will be dipped, the rodents exterminated, and the residents of the district re cluested to c-loperate. The board has $5,000 at its disposal. iDr. \V. P. ('oggswell, secretary of the state board of health, is chairman of the new board; Professor R. A. Cooley, state entomologist, is secre tary, and the third member is State Veterinarian M. E. Knowles. KINNEY TAKES CHARGE OF CALIFORNIA FOREST San D]iego, March 20.-(Special.) D. (l. Kinney of Missoula, Mont., ar rived today to take up his duties as sulpervisor of the Cleveland national forest near this city. He begins work as head of this forest next Saturday, taking the place of H. N. Wheeler, who is returning to his home in Colo rado. The Cleveland forest super visor has had much experience fight ing forest fires in the northern states. iHe has been in the service for 12 years, the past seven of which he has been a supervisor. Supervisor Kinney was a(ccompanied to San D)iego by Mrs. Kinney and two children, who have located in it house on Campus avenue, University hleights. Transferred From Missoula. Mr. Kinney was fiormierly super visor of the Missoula forest and made his headquarters in this city. His transfer to California was regretted by many friends which the family made here. HILDRETH APPEARS IN COAL LANDS TRIAL Chicago, March 20.-H. H. Hildreth, former United States commissioner at Seward, Alaska, was the princlpal witness here todaY in the federal court in the trial of charges against A. ('. irost and four others that they conspired illegally to obltain title to Alaska coal lands worth millions of dollars. Hildreth injected a new fea ture into the trial when he told how Frost was left outi of a $25,000 deal for iis associates in the alleged attempt to, umnsolidate coal location sites. Hildretth explalned that he resigned 0 as United States commissioner after recciving a telograph request to do so from Judge James WVickersham, district judge of Alaska. Hildreth denied that this resignation was called for on account of his activity in con nection with coal claims. He testi fied that he had given Frank Watson, one of the defendants, a number of blank United' States deputy marshal appolntments. A SOUR, GASSY UPSET STOMACI "Pape's Diapepsin" Regulates Your Stomach and Ends Indigestion in Five Minutes. TVonder what upset your stomach which portion of the food did the dam age-do you? Well, don't bother. If your stomach is in arevolt; if sour, gassy and upset, and what you just ate has fermented into stubborn lumps; your head dizzy and aches; belch gases and acids and eructates undigested food; breath foul, tongue coated-just take a little Diapepsin and in five minutes you truly will wonder what became of the indiges tion and distress. Millions of men and women today know that it is needless to have, a b.tl stomach. A little Lilaliepsin occasion ally keeps this delicate organ regu lated and they eat their favorite food without fear. If your stomach doesn't take care of your liberal limit without rebellion; if your food is a damage instead of a help, remember the luilckest, -surest, most harmless relief is l'ape's kiapep sin which costs only fifty cents for a large case at drug stores. It's rmuly wonderful-it digests food and sets things straight, so gently and easily that it is really astonishing. Please, for your sake, don't go on and on with a weak, disordered stomach; it's so unnecessary.-Adv. MEAD FUNERAL. Bellingham, Wash., March 20.--The funeral of ex-Giovernor Albert ~i. ' Mead, who died of heart troubl lI.st, night, will be held Sunday aftertlbot in Trinity Methodist cihurch \vith the Rev. IH. N. Temple in charge. 'Stati officers, including Governor Ernest Lister, will attend. The interment. will be in a13y View cemetery in a lot which is the gift of the city through the nem'etery board. Throetgh the chamtber Iof emumtore', of whith Governor .11M.d w as I reitd'nt. a suit able monuml. It is ; Itr b , art led. Those Who Rely on the great home remedy which has proved its power to relieve safely and speedily the minor ailments arising from defective or irregular action of the organs of digestion, find themselves spared hours of suffering and able to ward off the attacks of serious sicknesss. BEECHAM'S PILLS never disappoint those, ho take them. They help the digestion, stimulate the ihver, clear the kidneys and regu late the bowels. By purifying the blood they increase[ cheerfulness and create, confidence. As actions depend on health and strength,' those who know Beecham's Pills Enjoy Life Beecham'. Pills have e lO rgest ml e of "a Rd ial. Ia the Wor.M GOVERNOR PARDONS BILLINGS MAN STEWART ACTS IN CASE OF ALEXANDER ROMOLA AT QUEST OF WILSON. I.elena, March 20.-(Speclal.) Henarkening to the advocacy of Harry L. Wilson, who ran against him for governor last fall, Governor Sam V. Stewart today granted an uncondl tlonapardatº.'to Alexander Romola of 3iL flngl. I'Vcidenta'lly this is the first Slartnlon Govbrnor Stewart has granted. Romola was charged with attempted 'ree, after two trials was found guilty and sentenced to' a year in the peni tentiary, December 14, 1912. The ap plication for the pardon was signed by the 24 Jurors, the prosecuting at torney and other officials. Governor Stewart says there was some doubt from the testimony as to IRomola's guilt, but assuming his guilt, he believes that taking into considera tion all of the circumstances, Romola has been suffilcently punished. The pardon must be approved by the state board of pardons. WON'T HURT GOOD ONES. Jersey City, N. J., March 20.-"The seven sister" laws regulating corpora tions will not "cause New Jersey to suffer by the withdrawal of corpora tions," James A. Fielder, who suc ceeded Wood row Wilson as governor, declared today in a speech before the ne'wl -organized New Jersey Chamber of ('Commerce. These were the laws whi:h President Wilson, aiming at illegal monopoly, forced into enact inent ust prior to his inauguration. "'Sonme dishonest business may suf fer," said IMr. Fielder. "That was the obi et of the bills. Some may go to other states that offer privileges -we cannot. We don't want such corpora Cons." TRIAL COMMENCES. St. Louis, March 20.-'Fhe taking of testimony in the cases of former Con gressman Harry M. Coudery of Mis isouri and IIHarry B. Gardner, charged with using, the mails to defraud in the promotion of the Continentat Life As surance company of America and In ternational ,F:ire 'Insurance of America began today. A. A. Can'er, cashier of af,'bank at Senath, Mo.,. testified that Dr. A. Spledel of Senath was induced to purchase $75,000 worth of stock on representation that he would ,be made mledical' examiner for the companies and that he did not receive that post tio n.