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iOUSTON AND REELY
ARE NOMINATED PRESENT COUNCIL MAN OUT STEPS OTHERS IN PRIMARY RACE FOR CITY ELECTION. THE FIGURES. Precinct. Houston. Reely. Gove. 1 ......... 54 36 7 2 .......... 108 46 16 3 .......... 77 57 7 4 . .. 51 89 19 5 ...... 54 112 12 6 ...... 154 40 8 7 ......... 176 61 18 8 25 39 7 Total ..... 699 480 94 Houston's majority-125. Houston's plurality over Reely, 219: over Gove, 605. Total registration . . . 2.650 Total vote . . . 1,291 There never has eoon a mre 0i0Ii t or orderly dcay at the polls in Mis soula than yesterday. wlhin W\iliiam ' H. Htouseton and J. W. lleely were t, - lected fromi the three primary no'nI nees--'. E. (love e.ing the third man --as candidates for city (.,lc 'il:lll Io he elected April 7. The fig.res alio e tell the s* ry of the primarlcai s. Mr. Htouston ted the, race by a ,nod ma jority and his plurality ,ver M1r. Reely seems significant. Ri H. (Give failed to show yest'erdaly. MIissoula voters went to the poll. for the first time yesterday iunder tilhe protection of the corrupt practicer act. The effect was strikingly apparelnt in every precinct and about the city. "Heelers" were conspicuouls hb their absence. There were no "steering committees" at any of the voting places and many gave lpenl e.xpres sion to the relief they had experi enced in not being forced to run the gauntlet beforoe hcing able to secure their ballot and go tn o the privacy of a booth. There was only e one thline that marred the complete freedom of the voter yestcrday and that was the presence of ipetitions at several of tlhe polling places , n the norith sile of the river, petitions tprepared by those nIp posed to the countyl co llllcmissicTonelrs purchasing the soutllh side fair grounds and aiming to briing the ucles tion before the people at a. splci:dl election. The attention of the v,!,.=-: was called to these petitions rmul a number of signatulres \were rec(eil ei. Light Vote. The vote yesterdaY' was very light. It represents tIsc than 750 per cent of the voting sttength of MIissoula ias recorded in the registration blnks. Urndoubtlely thei disa croi nhtl nues of the weather had much to d,, iith this fact. The following tables give the count of the votes, t:ce total vote cast and the total registration in aiih precinct. Be.cause of the fact that seveiral viotes were thrown out in narll y 11- iiver- pr l cinct on account of sllm irregularlity, the total vote cl.t doeiq iot corres pond exactly with the total vate counted. First Precinct. Houston .......... Reely ........... G(ove ............... Registration Total vote: . y, Second Precinct. H ouston ......... .. ... Reels .. .... .I Gtive . '; Registrati on ...r ....... Total utce .. 171 Third Precinct. IHoiistoiin Reely ., (ove.. Registratiin ; Total vote...... Fourth Precinct. l oulst~n .. . I iirtt' ..... ...... CGove . RTegistrat i,'n . Total v(,tt,. Fifth Precinct. HIouston . Reely ......... I G ove ........... Registra ion Total vote. . ...... 1, Sixth Precinct. ilHouston t Roteo k - 4 Gove .. .. . . Registrati, . Total l ot. Seventh Prec;nct. Houst !t fleel t Reog-ist rI .... ii Total vote Eighth Precinct. Reely . . .. Rlegistrat i, t T Total v. it. Competent Officials. The btusin s:i at t e 1 i e handled a it ,. , , I the j l Yesterday. Ti - iti th . r n, .,u'r w as a big iI:nt p \t -',,,'ii c,"' 1];,I ,, the judges who 1.11 officit c a other electi.,: i, this city. '1"h i alas no cinfutiion at ih-., quickly inadei Th,. titi 1' fr, ii iri ctinct No. 3, roach,-d Tl'i Missuili office in just nine ltinutts alftir the polls closed. Don't Put Off seeking relief from the illnesses caused by defective action of the or gans of digestion. Most serious sick nesses get their start in troubles of the stomach, liver, bowels-troubles quickly, safely, surely relieved by BEECHAM'S PILLS e.ild .yrwbume. in bus.., iOe.. 35*, BIG MEETING VELD IN MISSOULA MAI "' NANCE OF WAY MEN GATHER IN GARDEN CITY AND ORGANIZE BROTHERHOOD. Orarnnizer A'. A. Bernvall of the In terntii"nal Iirotherhotd of U alintetn ene of 11., 0 .p X n Y sterday 'losed a t, lecting in .1isotla tt hich wvas the Mtil. tsf 'tl thalt hie his had ft'r ii long tie, The oljet of this railroad brotth rh,,,d is to organizo' all of the no i that work for nilr'' s mt"'t ;intlttn ing th , riht-of-wyt . 'Th r i omtltfposed'l 'f the s .'ctic 'on I +'l. bridge re w foreino n, wat.ritn .' ,t att ll oth, t'rs who ha' ti, e right- '-1 . , tf rulihrmuls undei r t ewir dir ,-t sU,,'r',i 'hi . .s'orde.r i< =i",+la+r i, the lbr',her ,f that Ct lari l t, II to w itl tlmrn whto have ot ,le ~,rciniz it to anty ex.tnt. Tit t, ord, i tt a hrgV-er ti .n (-ii rn,-l, to ;itli :;u" . dr` gr'o, with Itthe tn lt ll Illt o! tie 1"1it'd Slat.-. T' 'f' i:l f brt,therh,b,>l1 ,rn n,,, %- ,' anizing 1th the ri tt N ,t r l: tr .,i'r ,,tl , n i1t . 'I it , it 1u-Il '- a w l c' n,,d ! the - Ill. i ('r ulard t ottot ett= nit i tye Itt rnare s.r tid thc, ,di.hrtleeo, ,t.f th e o ri., ler tis i Tois intof i , .' s t nl tnit r ig it - ti n ll of Ait" n I . , " t . i 1, t ,f wVI.. In thits t v tte th brot he, rho dl totks n i e t it itt t' i tt, t.s tft t of tith,. tr ' ri e i ertit tt o .r e l it in t of \wlh i ' r the r : i ,s i n in i x st,'n, ; o n11 Il " ( ' +n n. . th n 1 w, il ' s i /c 1 9.N , t h e o'firttit of itst iri hiittO . Xp +ras d thr s't- y.f' n.',s lit-: it, w ittth II ' ,tnte troughtt ahnt itt tihr .un tthe oil' , r and do not desire t~ return to the ohl elan lard of men eplllo.ed to care for the tracks, brideec, etc. The order also ai-ns to improve the working condi tions of .he men. Mfr. Boernwall statetl that he had more success in Miss)ula than he. hod hopedt fr. All th,+ m,+nhI'. in al(, tn 'e ,, re enthusiasti, ll Il(' brotii'ho onl~ r, cr i\+d n o"" ] sh.t ;is a res!+lt of th' m ntrli' Twenty-fivo men frvin 1th81i, 1V1nslh ington. North and .+,1ih I) t il 7lv - nil nia weore in ;thit li tnsle h r'r,. The mee.ting wttas hold in the, 1.nikhtts of IPythias till. 'T'h' iii. m 's ~f thuse t.,nt, (' \\lt.; ir alliz.r \V. .IA. 1 "rnll;,l'll, ~antth,, \ h : NT. I). IH:amlrrv, M1r-ý \\. I, li' ttr, 11, Itii r,. N . \ ; . A. IH. l', it ti-It 1. ot irll Im, int. : \V.l ) l l ])q. ,J 1,i . .II I ý° tr . l(1 nt.; lrai nk W ilson, ,John ilr it. 'illill lt . I1 i'ti .; ',.il it(ll ;llll ii'. I it\ll , i r i , ti !!, , ; T . .1.. If lndlin n. Thr a, F r.(,is. .M , if.: I', Jt. \ Iishl r., M :nu iw, \1 it : A. i1. iit' 'in ', ll i l t I ', ,tl ,til i ; (ti i r L JI ' s' . 31ub\lh n l Wa h.. N, - .\ns l moirll. St l liri,!', A.T, : ," I('. I'. I.1 rq, ,.t. Mi. rie ,I li,,t,, , ii QI t .lt i t. ,lhn, a',II sh.; Lte Leling MI, With Walker Whitte-s .li, lilt i :. ttt stint',. IV. llr 1 i it i lii., i'li.h'. iG, will Ir i l t li i ili, t \ilililirt, l (xt 1 ti '] t i :r~t ! it KIIN It, \Vthiit ,; 1.ri. E. T il l Il , al . I'.i lls., \ ,i lh. "GRAUSTARK" NOMINATION MEETING.r tch *i' v il i. l i q]i' r ti LIt', itI' tlil i eiV ii ]il ] t, lil '€I l rli, : | npl 1 ,)NI-" ill li i fl-Ii I inting Bir thlt, Irltlis fr t(W ,ii'trusli ti slit,; II, lIlit h r N s, . lld I l ' L ,uiulg th, it, rs t th" " lurinc'ipill LAWRENCE EVA'RT. Late Lerling Man With Walker White side. Now Appearing in "Graustark." Ntih are in.rtotus re jllit li to It l ltIrnis thttr 1n Thursday, 1arch .11 i:; c(nscrin.ati 'l y estimiatr" that 1, 111] 11 1,0110,(0t0 ) people have read th, Ibik, :tini as there is rIll edition ,n ihl l, tarf l Thuly :t Ilins fer 5(l ,,,n).. it will pribably c('ntinuc to )( n4.il fr solme time to co00n. ,tudgin, },y ilh. inlinn llF() PEI' (s tWho turns i , tuit to ;,ee this play 11. 1 n irsntd i,1 Now uorl:, (']hita.'. and l h'Ibladtil tlhia, the mtajority' (If th(,., whih read traycd in dramlatizd firm. NOMINATION MEETING. At th~ C'entrIil school umilding ti, night, at 8 o'clock, th( re., ' will hIe a mass moeting for the purpose of nominating t-o candidates for school trustee of school district No. 1. All who are interested are invited to be riresent IMPROVED IRRIGATED Farm Loans THREE, FIVE, TEN YEARS With Privileges GEO. F. BROOKS Real Estate i d Loans First National Bank Building ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR Y. W. C. A. FACTS AND FIGURES FOR "ASSO CIATION DAY" ARE ISSUED BY DIRECTORS. The annual statemenlt of the Young t\'n on~ S C'hristian association was given out yesterday, showing in fig ures the splendid work done by this organization in Missoula. during the ]:Ist 10 monlths. In canjunction with thle report of what his already been dOne, the directors anoiunce their hope for en lllirglomnt of the service of the issociatin by engaging a physical di rector and re(.retion secretary and rI'ollding a slllulmerr canmp. It is the policy of the association to approach their friendts but once a yoar wit: i1 request f for sfIupport uind Mon day, M.arhrel :11, has teen selected as "Associatin day." The mark hasbeen set at $2.2',0. to be pledged on that l.iy bvy citizens who hatve watched the irtI ar icomplished to the Y. WV. r. A. in Missiilat and whlo ilieve in its real valtue to the colmnrIfunity. A Year's Record. I)uring the year the Missoula as soclation has performed as follows: Furnished cheerful rest and reading rooms for a daily average of 40 women and girls. Assisted 160 women and girls in finding employment. Through the Travelers' Aid depart ment has assisted 161 women and children travelers In the past four nul tlhs. Enr2lld 110n in 1 :lriols educational :lasses. SFrvetd 2f,700 meals in the cafeteria, ltipoly ito young oul.illon. S'urrfultu led :,n) differe nt girls with the influil, es of la ho1 le. Aided 12 girls in viaritus serious dit fi iulties ulud i nlle'rgencies. I'uirnished aclcomimltlodat ions to nil tInoiis Yaiing womlilen passing through the city alone. ProIvidtld Piible st udy classes and religins tllle t thgs. Eni.lrt:iltund 71i on sci01 nccasions. 'lThe fiinanlial stat iniiit for 191 - Receipts. M irm bership ..................................$ 862.i50 I('. .tr .s . 1,f:tO .70 t'r,,Hnsi ... ..._ . ._ 15,0:0 .77 li tin. l .. ...... 201.221 Sillscrilpt in . 1,3 9.9 Total r, iptlo . ........ $S,791.21 T oI ) ] !:n lt .... .... .... 1 .72 $5,.i9O. 9 Disbursements. if ' r.et in, sl rv\hii , al l s0ltilti $5.'23.56 n I 299.1001 li, . ..... ' llt I r..... ... 101.20 t . .. . 11.n07 i trni .. l ...1 .......... n l 1,n 4 i7. 1l mt1 Jin l , i. 1 ''l ...In t 21.10 R "l i tiu 's f it "n ini . i. .... 74.,i0 l tinllin it i 1 tfii . .12 a l ri-s . .. . .. . ..... 1 f,G Total lishLrs,.len It $5, 000,$ ()tltstanding bill 1',.15 flrnisiiing's, $265. THE WEATHER Tl11, slpringl poit h ptilt l its }l.ail , ilt ("f tl he 6Itcf l' \ rstt'rlai' hPa. tu lMtl lllh,.. l n il i' efII I 'IIi l h1.; tr0 k h l lz .(11,w an ni r it:. ter i' r (i hIi1nl s breeze (.;i 1'1 stiff. iTh "1 l Stilll ull lll.l V a i'i'ii l ''Ial h lll;llflt hl li W Sl i luld illt tl. t.( d(1 11o " fo'r an m.a " :i10, Ih, st.l; t'r, citiz('12 W . )H WV('Ill -lit i, \int, it IIl 'l ".sprint;" ( ) : 'l c'.'ti''nI \(, 1'r," t ini i1 , lill inli', noilliný 1( 10' l. r, , thi~,n nT I the Fod rinktr is Agl up lu 11 rr! th! Ric milkml tdupwe form. At 6 A. M. THe r nouitlter . H 17 At 6 P. M. Thermom't.r"110,111 1" 10 !IHe l'. ll ul., 21;: fit 'Plcipittlio , .ill, ini' . ; W io d 'i ' fro n ihtl tast. MOOSE DANCE. (ra;10d M .1.,'. ( a1lll, Riv 1n N Lo',ti itrder of M H,,.,, April 1, ]+]il1,, hall. :Mlisi 1 by All3S ,q ,h i u1 nrl.,l stral. E'v "ry.oii i iii -d. "dust Say" SHORLICK'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 .ain, powder form. A quick lunch prepared in a minute Take no substitute. AskforHORLICK'S, 4' l Others are imitations. CONTEST TO CLOSE AT 6 O'CLOCK THE'RE WILL BE SIXTEEN SEATS FOR THE PERFORMANCE OF "GRAUSTARK" AS PRIZES. If it was a case of love or duty be tween you and the person you loved, which would it be That is the question which "Grau stark" will answer for you Thursday when it appears at the Harnois thea ter. The Missoulian is offering seats at the performance for the best answer to the query. Brief is the basic prin ciple. so everybody send in their an swers right away. "Graustark" is a story of love and adventure in a sulpposeI'dly European crrtitry. Whether or not anyone ever succeeded in locating the little prin cipality, the story is one of griping interest, and the play depicts the scenes in stirring realism. It's a show worth while, and the. contest for the best answer to the above question might make one thing a time or two. Try it. There will be sixteen snits given as prizes-the best seats in the house four to the story which is judged the best and two each for the stories which rate next, to the number of six. The contest will close at 6 o'clock tonight, when the essay and stories will he turned over to th., jiulges. Sec retary Ferguson of the lissoula chatn ther of commerce will act as chairman of the board of judges. LOCAL SOCIETY A. C. A. Thursday. Mrs. A. X,'. Richter will be hostess for the Associatoin of ('ollegiate Alumnae Tllhursday afternoon at her hionme on AlIurice avenrlr e Ramblers' Whist Club, Mrs. J. P. IHarrington will entertain the RIamblers' vhist cllub Wednesday afternoon at her homlll, 543 South I'ourth street ,west. As You Like It Club. The regular meeting of the As You Like It clubl will he held this after noon at the home of Mirs. E,'. F. Dodds on South Third street. The program will be oe(upie.d by Mrs. I1. S. Gatley, who will present a strudy of Margaret Di:land and her k-iorks with illustra tive readings. A Section Meeting. Mrs. M,lffttt's section of the Lend a-IILandi society' will meet this after noion at the hot'e1 of Mirs. Moeller, 930 Toole avenue. The work of the after noon is to he tying a quilt, which is pi, eed in the formll of a wheelI with nanes of ladies of the church em broidered in roil on white cloth. The guilt hias alreadly leen putrch;ased as t a. gift for one of the ladies of the so ciety by her huishand. WVhile they wortk thoslt' presentt w\ill matke iplans for thie chlicken slliupper that is to be served in the chulrcth parlors next Saturday night. Opening Hop. The Missoula. Social Danc'ing clult will give its openling hop next F'rilday evening ii the IElks' club house. The' programtt of dtnltts will begin at R:30, tl thit. funltitn promtises to be thor ouglily delightful. Demonstration in Cookery. The demtonstr1iti- n with which Miss lnlill itrewotr it ill close her course of inisttetinl inl itotkery in the edtli t tilnlla1 dIPllHrltmint Of thO YOlltng \\'oln t's Christialn ssoeiation, is lto bi: giveIn \VdI tIsday evening at 5 o'clock ill lthe gyntlinhisiutI of the assio ciatiotin hoe OIt East Cedar street. Miss IBreter II ill demonstrate tile ireparattin aill service of a four 'lnl1r' .atster luncheon. All ladies iwho ltray b, illntersted are cordially invitlit to Ibe l'r'ýsent at the demon I A Charming Reception. Nti\vithstalltitng the iniletmeney oIf Ithen weathetr ntea;ly 100 ladies accelptlt Mrs. W\'. 1. Shts,'s invitation to meet thelI Ilies of F'rt Missoula and Alrs. rTomtt Sltt'tilhensouti yesterday afternlton 1'. hear hlno, ill Iesidence addlition. Easler lilies daffodils and roses, with at ,actkgrHltd of palms, made beautiful summiller tine inl the reception roomlls. W\ith Mrs. Sheai in the receiving line \e r- A esdamlle;ts veon dem ullssilhe,, It uff er, Schilst rumt, Travis, Michio, ,IItvenI and Stepheonson. -Mrs. J. J. Ilucklely and .1rs. J. (. Randall as :ist-tl Ihr histiss ii making the gulests t hoime. !n the dining room dainty refre shnltentIl \letre served by Misses 1Ee:,n Av-ery, J.an Sloane, Edlmte llttsehallps tand Ruth Hart. Musical iltlnublters \weret' rilnleretd during the ift-rnolln bly MAiss r)esc'hamlkts, who plalyed the violin, and Miss Sullivan thie piano. GRAND LARCENY MAN. Nighit 'hief Mellonald "picked up'" Sat. Iloendrickson hle.re last night, on ia dt'escriltion sent from Helena, whiere thte 11Iman is wantled for grand larcenY. IheldricksoI detlieli Ilis identity at first, 11bt by the time he. reached the station hll admitted that he was the right nlall. hllief of Police Flannery of IHelena will ite here today to take the prisuoner to the capital city. SUPERINTENDENT IN HELENA. County Sullperitntendent Edna Rein hard has gone. to Helena to consult with the state superintendent and other state officials concerning some features of the new school law. MRS. CATLIN ILL. Mrs. Lynde ('atlin is seriously ill. She suffered an attack of appendicitis a week ago and yesterday her condi tion ,was such that an operation was deemed ad\visable, PRIZES FOR FLOWER GARDENS The Missoulian offers $50 in prizes for the most successful effort in making flower gardens this season, in the city of Missoula. The first Prize will be $25 The second Prize will be $15 The third Prize will be $10 The competition is open to all residents of the city. Entries should be made not later than May 1, with Secretary Ferguson of the chamber of commerce, who has consented to take charge of the contest. The condition of the yard when the entry is made will be contrasted with its condition when the garden is in the height of its beauty, and the comparison will have effect upon the award. On this account, the entry should be made at once. This will make it possi ble to inspect the yard before May 1. The date of the final inspection will depend upon the season. Announce ment will be made in the summer of the time of the award. All are invited to compete. rIIi LOCAL BREVITIES Magazines, P. C. news stand. James Brady left Missoula yesterday for Seattle. Reeves' Meat IMarket. Bell 914 Blk. F. A. Davy of Garnet was a visitor in Missoula yesterday. S. A. Bouchard of Superior spent the day on business in Missoula. Dr. Willard, osteopath, 1st Natl. hank. Iawrence Howland of Lolo had business in the city yesterday. ('. E. Burnett is in Thompson Falls this week on insurance. business. Marsh, the undertaker, phone 821. Adv. Joseph ],oca ff eame into the city yesterday from C(arlton on business. Dr. McGrath of tIamilton spent the day in Mlissouta on professional busi Dr. 1Ward, veterinarian. Both phones. Mrs. James Masser of Superior is visiting friends ii .Missollla for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. T. T,. Bateman of Ra valli spent the day in business in M issoul a. WVanted--(ood 8 per cent city loans. V'heoldton-Ilossi Co. AMr. and Mrs. P'. H. Galvin of Ste vensville were guests yesterday at the Palace hotel. Ien Johnson of Hlamilton underwent an operation yesterday at St. Pat rick's hospital. gtenographer Dawson, Montana Blk. Mrs. Oscar Sedmlan of Poison is a guest in the homie of her mother, Mrs. Johln Rankin. A. J. Robinson of Thompson Falls came into Missoula yesterday for medical treatment. Frosh roasted coffee, 3 lbs. for $1. It). & E. ('. 1). Girove, a mining engineer from SeattlIe, is spending a, few days on business in Missoula. Mrs. W. (. Murphy has returned from Boulder Springs, where she has reen taking treatment. Mony to loan on chattel security. loom 210, Montana BIk. IMr. and Mrs. J. WVhite came into the city yesterday from their home in thie itter Root valley. IT. A. Chase sold yesterday lots 1, 2 ind 3, in block 46, Daly addition, to Mrs. Iva Irene Shaffer. Ask for new descriptive catalogue. Missoula Nursery colmpany. Mrs. WV. S. Sliilston anti Miss Mar garet Itolt were here Yesterday from Paradise, visiting and shopping. Mrs. Launa J. JJohnson is here from her homestead near St. Ignatius for a few days visiting and shopping. First showing of ladies' new spring suits. Martin's, IEast ('Cedr. S. J. Sketch has purchased the prop erty at 321 West Spruce street, for merly owned by Mrs. R. D. Owens. C'. I. Inhlusch, who has made his home in Missoula during the winter, has gone to Townsend to engage in business. J. Wilbur Robinson of Bozeman called on local dealers Yesterday, In the interests of the. Treasure State WANTED---AN ORCHARD TRACT In exchange for a fine, well im proved 40 acres on the east side in the Bitter Root Valley. The orchard must be a good one, well improved and free or nearly free of incumbhrance, and valued at $4000 or $5000. W. H. Smead Company Higgins Block Phone, 212 Red. Missoula, Mont. M.illing company. Mr. Robinson gradulated from Montana state college in the class of 19s08 and played both football and basketball in college teams. Work horses and brood mares. Mis soula Feed Corral. M. Bedoll, Prop. ,P. ,T. G(-dneY of Spokane spent the day in Missoula representing thelt North British Mercantile Insurance complany. I)r. Louise Smith, osteopath, Man sonic temple. Phone 618; res. 533 red. R. M. Ccbban arrived home from Astoria, (Ore., where he has been for! two weeks visiting and looking after business matters. Don't forget the auction sale ,Sat urday afternoon. Missullla Feed C(orral. Joseph Brooks of Poison came, into Missoula yesterday from points in the Hitter Root valley, where he has been t ans;aching 1business. t. (. Moore, chiropractor, Ialn. Rlik. Any9 disease; exam. free. Bell 1084. lJudge i. lee Word of I-Helena was a visitor in Missotlla yesterday, ap peo-ring in Jiudge I)uncan's department of the district court. Dr. Anna. James, osteopath, lliggins block. Phone 8:34 Rlik. Mrs. Albert Riefflin of Superior, who has been quite ill for a month past at the Shapard hotel in this city, is now v\'ry mluch better. Itumane society. Call up 899, redI or black. I'. O. box (0. It. R. I). 1. Mrs. John M. Orvis expoets to leave WVednesday for Spokane, where shil will visit her daughter, Miss Ielen )Irvis, a't Brunot Hall. Newton II. Schweiker, opltial spe clalist. Rooms 203-205 9Montana Blk. Mrs. Susan -Warnock, who has been ill for the last six weeks at the homoe i of hr d:'at.hter, -1 rs. Ida Mahoine.y, 414 East Front street, is now very lmuch bt er. S. \Y. Hudson, chiropractor, B. & A. Bldg. Any disease. Examinations free. Mr. and Mrs. A. Waggner of Plains have come to make their home in Mis soula. Mr. VWagner is a foreman for the Northern Patcific railway and hlis work will bring him to this city. Money to loan on ranch and city property. II. ID. Fisher, 113 E. Main street. John tV. Waller of lnts Angeles, formnerly ha banker in northwvestern Iowa, is in Missoula for a few days. Mr. Wa'lter is here to look after ,prop orty which he ,lought as an investment when he visited Missoula in 1907. R. M. Cohlban Realty company has moved to rooms 69-70 Itiggins block. Elder Violette, the 10-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Violette, was operated upon at St. Patrick's hospital yesterday morning for allpendicitis. Ite -was reported by his physician yesterday afternoon to lie doing nicely. IHandy scratch pads and waiter checks for sale at l'he Missoulian of fice. -Mrs. E. W. Akin and two little sons are here for a wetek visiting Mrs. Akin's mother, 'Mrs. N. Reeves, at her hnme on South Fifth street west. Mr. Akin spent the week end in Missoula and returned yesterday morning to Hamilton. John Chisholm left yesterday to join his birother, Angus Chisholm at Rock dale, WVash., where they will he occu pied as civil engineers on the con struction pf a large tunnel now under way for the Milwaukee railway com pany. Harry McBride spent Easter Sun day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William McBride at their home on South Sixth street east. He left yesterday morning for points along the Cocur d'Alene branch, where he will continue his work as county as sessor. John E. Cyr returned Sunday from southern California, where he has be.en since last November. Mr. Cyr was so pleased with the climate and scenery in California that he bought a house and an orange grove near Los Angeles during his visit, Public Auction MARCH 27, 1913 I will sell at public auction at Lewis E. Iorning's ranch, one mile north of Carlton, Mont., the follow ing: . Milk cows, horse:. and mares; farm machinery, buggies, harness and wagons. Take N. P. train and get off at Mc('lain's Spur. 'Sale starts at 10:30 a. m. Free lunch at noon. Everybody invited to cone. For further information see sale bill or (all at Missoula. Feed Cor rail. Terms will be given. Lewis E. Horning Proprietor. K. L. KIRKHART, Auctioneer. V. V. SMITH, Clerk. Orton Bros. 118 EAST CEDAR STREET State Agents Steinway & Sons Chickering & Sons Vose & Sons, Kimball and several other high-grade pianos PRESS AGENTS TALK OF THEIR SHOWS "Mutt and Jeff." "Mutt, and Jeff," a real comedy with real nmusic, the kind you like to hear anlld the sort you'll whistle on the way lhome, c(ies in the Hiarntois theater next Saturday, March 29!. fus 11ill sends the big two-car show with 45 (lever people, singers, dancers and girlies, half of them "squabs." A magnificent scenic production, includ ing the stcnliship "Insurgent" in 'South A lmerican waters will he seen not forgetting "Mutt and Jeff," the inimitable, laugh producers, who are conlstantly in evilence except when a breathing spell is absolutely neces sary, then a catchy IIIusical number is introdueed to prevent convulsions. The reason for the extraordinary suc coss of Gus 1Hill's unique comedy is evident to the audience before the play has beehn under way for five minutes. rion't miss "Mutt and Jeff." At the Bijou. Luiin's dramatic feature. "Urntil We Three Moiet Acain," presented to a. large and appreciative audience yes ti rd'ay, and to be exhibited for the last time today, is a fine specimen of plhotographic art in life portrayal. The subject is one that holds both heart and mind, with the young man leaving college and his after life in the new world. Vitagraph's comedy, '"The Waiy Out," also mnade a. big hit. The popullar Maurice Costello is a member of a bachelors' club, and vowed he will never get married. Miss Clara, Kimball young, of the Man Haters' club, has done the same thing, but they moot, and love finds a very novel and most unique method of solving the piroblem that brought a volcano of hearty laughter from the most conservative spectator. Miss Flora Finch is also in the lay as the president of the suffragette society, nad causes no end of amusement.