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JOHN H. HOLST TO LEAVE FIELD
OF HIS SPLENDID ACCOM-,
PLISHMENTS.
Hamilton, March 30.-(Special.)
Local friends of John H. Hoist, who
has been principal of the Victor
schools for several years, will be in
terested in the news that Mr. Hoist
has resigned his position. In talking
to a .14issoulian reporter yesterday
Mr. Hoist declared that he was unde
cided as to where he would locate,
#ut hinted that he would stick to the
teaching profession. William T. Ma
whinney, who has been associated with
Mr. Hoist in the Victor schools for
the past two years, was elected by
the Victor board to succed Mr. Hoist.
Mr. Hoist's withdrawal from Havalli
county educational circles will be
keenly felt. He is a tireless worker
and has built the Victor school up un
til It is the pride of the town. His
part in the work of organising and
maintaining the Itavalli County In
terscholastic association has hcen all
Important. Mr. Mawhinney is a lie
loit college man and a cnmpetent
educator.
CHARGE OF CRUELTY
AGAIMSIKNE[EAND
Hamilton, March 30.-(OSpecil.)-A
warrant " was sworn out yesterday
against L. L. Kneeland, a resident of
Hamilton heights, charging him with
cruelty to a hprse. The horse was
driven to this city yesterday by a
reember of the family, and attracted
no little attention by its emaciati d
condition. The horse was tak.
Swayze's barn and given a good feed
and then sent home. Mr. Kneeland
will appear before Justice of the
Peace Peshick tomorrow to give his
reasons for not properly feeding his
11o01e. Complaint against Mr. Knee
loni was made by a person interested
in the formation of a humane society
here. Chief of Police Grish stated
this morning that the work was just
starting; that more arrests would be
made if certain poorly eared for horses
were not kept off the streets.
ATTORNEY VISITS.
IIamilton, March 30.-(Sleetal.)
Attorney J. L. Baker arrived this
Iniruing from Lancaster, ll 0i., for a
visit with his brother, Attorney W. 1'.
Baker, who is confined to his home
by sickness. This is Mr. Baker's
first visit here in 16 years.
WAGNER A CANDIDATE.
Hamilton, March 30.- (Special.)
Attorney Charles S. Wagner has an
nimnied himself as a cuindidate or
school trustee of the Ilaiiilton dis
trict. A. petition in his behalf iras
been in circulation the past week. Thi
The Through
I or ,
NORTlIERN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Four through electric lighted flyers daily each way, op
erating between Chicago, St Louis, Twin Cities, Duluth,
Superior and Seattle, Tacoma and Portland, passing
through Missoula at convenient hours, affording excellent
service to travelers.
All through trains carry standard and tourist sleeping
cars, coaches and the famous Northern Pacific dining
cars, on which are served the "Great Big Baked Potato."
Arrive WESTBOUND Leave.
erat i.ing NewenCiagS. 3............................th,
Su:erior and............., Tao.a an Potlnd pSa.sin.
EASTBOUND
10:108 p. m .........................No. 2.........................2...0: p. in. 10
12:40 a). m .......................... o 3... 7....... 3).. a.... ....-... ':.0 . in.
8:20 p. in .................... .....N o, 68............4.............. . in.O
6: 5 p. in ....................... ..N o. 42.... .. .......-.. ........... 6 :45 p1. In.
BITTER ROOT BRANCH
..........................N o . 205. ........................ 8:40 a. in.
4:20 p. in- ................................... N o. 206...........
.. ... .... ..................N o. 207............... 3:23 p. in.
8:25 a. in...-. ................ .....N o. 208.........
COEUR D'ALENE BRANCH
-------- *........-------N o. 199.......... _.............. 11.33 a. in.
4:15 p m to .................... ....N o.200.....................
BUTTE LOCALS
11:30 a. m ... .....No. 195.....
...............................N o. 196..........._......................... 8 :4 5 a. m. 0 1 . t .... ..................... o 9 ..........................
.... No. 198..... ..... ...... ....... 4:30 p. on.
For information, literature, or reservations, phone or
write the undersigned. Bell 37. Independent 773.
W. H. MERRIMAN N. H. MASON, Agt.
D. F. & P. A., Butte, Mont. Missoula
candidates for trustees are W. B. Me
tAugblin, Mrs. A. W. McKoo~n,
George McGrath. Ike Wylie and C. S.
Wagner. The electior} takes place.
next Saturday when two trustees' to
succeed W. B. McLaughlin and Erie
Erickson will be elected from the list
of candidates.
FIRE IN HAMILTON.
HamIlton, March 30.-(Special.)
The local fire department was called
out early yesterday morning by a
small blaze in the rear room of the
Table Supply company's store on
Main street. Smoke was seen in the
store by a person passing and the
alarm given. Before R. L. Perkins
arrived Chief Higgins had 'broken in
the back door. A blaze in a pall of
sawdust was the cause of the alarm.
Nc damage was done by the flames.
HAMILTON CITIZEN
SAW EASTER STORM
Hamilton, March 30-('Moei)
Albert Leonard returned this morning
from an extended visit in Kiansas.
Mr. Leonard was at Kinsley, Ran.,
last Sunday, the day of the Iimlaha
cyclone. He declares that he was
quite a distance from the storm cen
ter, 'but that a severe wind and rain
storin was experienced where he was
visiting. One of the worst wind and
duststorms ever experienced in that
Suction of the state raged late in the
afternoon for nearly four hours. After
the wind had partly spent its fury
rain fell in torrents. One remarkable
feature of the strim, according to 1 r.
Leonard, was the plastering of the
outsides of all the buildings at iins
ley with, iud. The rain was accim
Ianied by so much enud that every
thing got a tItud bath.
STEVENSVILLE NEWS
Stevensville, March 30.-(Special.)
Joseph Beaubein of Deer Lodge is
spending the week-end visiting here.
The ladies who work in the stores
here enjoyed the benefit of the new
latw which proscribes no more than
nine hours' work, for the first time
yesterday. Those who were required
to work in the evening, rested during
the afternoon.
I)r. R. 13. Sidebittom is preparing to
'ilgage exte'isit'ely in the form ( b1si
ness this year. lie has leased 600
tores of land on the west side, adjoin
ing the old Bass ranch, froii (Ieorge
Brooks and yesterday lie began the
purchasing of needed implements for
the work.
Jesse and Russel 131l of Paris, Mo.,
have arllveil to visit at the ia'me of
their brother, George hull of the
Viena r stautralit
DARBY MAN IN HAMILTON.
Ilatilton, March 30.-(Spte al.-
John Logan of Darby is a Hamilton
visitor today. Mr. Logan was called
here by the illness of A1rs. Logan,
who is stoppling with MIl. and Mrs.
Jiaes groinan in the O')Iriin block.
Mrs. Logan cini' tiere in Irriday for a
visit and was taken sick soon after
her arrival. She has at severe cold.
COES$I8NCOMES
AFTER RELEASE
MAN FOUND NOT GUILTY OF
MURDER REVEALS EVERY
DETAIL OF CRIME.
Butte, March 30.-(Special.) --Prae
tically laughing in the flees of the
jurors who had declared him innocent
of the murder of Patrick 0 Leary,
Nick Olaravich confessed the crime in
every detail while being examined as
to his sanity before a coltnission con
sisting of Doctors Lilly and McCarthy.
lie was pronounced sang. After being
informed by that county attorney that
there was no other charge upon which
the prisoner could be heli, Judge
I tonlan had no choice but to discharge
hit. luiaravicih onting back in to the
courtroom to thank the furors who
had mtade him it a free loan, was chased
out by the coart.
Get out of here and dontt let ite
see your face again," shoutted the
judge. Not one of tile jii'ymeto ilt
peared inxious to be thanked.
The ltaravicth case is one of the
litteerest ever tried iut Siver iiow
county. lThe tiurder w-as coiltanitled
durin al a11 ltliiptcd holdup Ill the
Cronin ... Lcary saloon in N-veii
ber, 19i9. Cltravich left Buttit . Sus
piciin to inted to hit is oile of the
iatuiits. lie was arrested in Lis
Angeles last ietiborer lit hitaltil ii a
('lhinallull. The trial praceedings here
have impliressed hint as extrlmil iv1
etdorius throughout. it. ' ad s il e t
lauthed so much, Judge lilttiantti
dtred hii t sxtalited itas to his spii ity,
;('ter the jury- haul declared him not
guilt- of ttaurder. Darin; the sanity
exatu inati Olurat ich cnf isseci the
crimle and related minute d't'lus con
nected with it. The doctorl i dtelarl
that not 111ly) is ()hiraviel nut tnsanc,
bat he is :ill tUtUSUully bri;;ht ma11 .
Uluravich stated that Ihis parloner ill
the holdup gate his life f,,r his count
try in tie 'folk'-Hiulgatriat var.
BUCKS BUY HARDWARE STORE.
St'veisville, ilarch 3it . (Spi i ial.)
Ch(urles and Amos B-uck have pur
chised the liwardesue husiness that
forinerly be'longed to the10 lois lil, 1
'1T'lilc-tilt e itt-il t atill lakeC. 1'. eslu -
der. It is understood that the stuck
will be - uil fed into the large H rict
store adjoining g. ' t pre'iuit location,
andi will la te I -' (t hif hh t e t i a -
' ointer( ha rdware stores in the west.
The ti- owiet llis will take possession
oil the first il a he Ion. h.
RECORD STAGE.
Mlaricttn, ()hin, Hatch 30.---Flood
water of tho ()hin :and Mluskingumn riv
ers reached a stage o~f 51.11 foot h,-re
late today, nhlost six feet. higher, th it
the record f'leod of 1154 and now" is
receding. Prtoper'ty dnamage i, esti
matcd at $2,0un0,000. Htundreds aret
homieless.' nl~il blildingRs anid dwell
ings have them .11ruin ,I, while 1th. w\\ c
lighting and transportation f'uellitics
are pmt of conutnission. It is believed
several lives have )Leon Iost, but ne
curate info'rmnation will not he forth1
comling for days.
POAIL&N MARKETS
FOR WEEK
STATEMENT OF BUSINESS DONE
AT COAST CITY'S STOCK
YARDS.
Portland, March 30.-1tHelepts for
the week have hot-n: Catttle, 1,312;
calves, 38; hogs, 2,103: sheep, 2,783:
horses, 33.
(':tttle-Market steady to shade
firmer. An excellent demand pre
veiled for pritne beef. Top sales this
week were matde at $8.(O to $8.2..
while, hulk of steer offerings graded
good it ethoice intd realized $7.00 to
$7 $0. Iuttt her sluff is catchall}' strong,
Sathl'ti heifers aniti Ctts. There has
ieen slim showing in shte stoff sup
5llits, but packers gave higher hits
for hit' feI fanc- head on hand. A
small lot of primn' ll spayed hieifers
selling at $7.75 featured. test otws
at $7.25; bulls, $.OIt; stags, $6.77, itn
etlves at $9.00 represents price range.
The httg markt has Iee tt a s5t1s8
tuton all week. ( tletting l it- 20', it
filtaliy settled It $9.55 W\'ediestai.
'T'his price rang,` breaks all records
Bance 1:111. (sulk of sales 11:\"1 aver'
Iged $9.20 to $,.4lu. Olutlet consider
iab' broader thnti supplies as ie
111:nd has hen increased while 118lk of
cointt'ty swine has been marketed.
Aisi Moissouri river points f ot ntin uili
high :tn1i1 all coast packers are -itiinii
1~ut9 itt 't0iters. I 2l3.$rtoW.2 he Is
screed;' and unless the prestet tl'ade
oit-i 1otts experience iti itts plete
Sliange mat reninill so indefinitely.
A steady to firth t lug.i2 tt $ti75 1
atrket featured principally by 4elus of
the smallest runs of the pear. wool
5,arlings sold up to $6.75 and 7wes
$",.77; sheared stuff brought $1.00 less.
IT Inan II '1 choice Ianct tt11oVis
is steady and unsitisfied. ILmb hite.l
reneh~lu the $8.01) level as expeeted;
several load, of tti11t-t' wool sttu.fi
iirougitt this price.
The ftllowing witus a, representii
tive:
itt ghlt en steers, 1,f238t $8.2t ; 72
ste rs, 1,188, $7.8, 117 Mfee-st 1.1f i ,
$7.7.5; 10 steers, 1,161i , $7.un l- i I calv s,
70, $9.00; 2 slag's, 1,22(1, $11.75; :3 bull..
1.710, $ti 110; 2 buiti s, 1,150, $5,511; S
hel'cife s, 1.206,. $7.75; (I cows, 1,1(1',
$6.7-5; 26i cows, 1,1190, $6.50; 3 cots
1,180, $61180 ; 45 hogs, 224, $975; 216,
lhogs 190, $9.40; 1'. hog's, 182, $9.37;
241 ht gs 142, $:t.1t; it.i(2 iinths, 18),
$ 1.0,); 42$ sheatred UImbs, 86, $7.00:
7i7: y0ut g r iethers, l 3, $f- .3-; 6_
01 es, 90, $5.o. 'ý 3
SITUATION IN OU10
MORE CHEERFUL
('nluulhns, Ohio, March :30.--\vith
previous reapors CaH,; iniiiied sub
5t:Intially (('ile (the work of cleaning
p0 s8 he~Dlut ith Earvesn, the . 1llo
flood sitlajitian took en t :IWore cheer
I'l aspect ftd- y as vow 'ined by fr ov
I'frno ('tx and other olint is. In
many sirs tis of the sltate, isolated by
righ water, reconstruction already hus
stvt rnor t- ox said today that the
situation in this Stiate is well In hand.
General John S. Speaks, in (large
of they tlit ntiotnyil gtuarda received
ftIt official tle - oitge from Ij ttin's ti-th
today, stating that fire h:uld not broken
out ill that city itt that bul one life
hall been lost.
tollowing the preetdn rtt riby
f tresiohnt ftandsevelt in the Sa r Iurdn
te'o (Sittnl-nigkt- and fire, Governor
('~x I~lfmit",nce today ilia( no contri
bution for ()hi o flood sullffrer~s would
't'itmi froit forLigA h oi. ntrs,
eicnpt fr'Siinv .-t riv21s 12ho mayr hpM
pi ts to Ie ;- reto itiril tt' :ttr ad.
K idyite'ltls ''oloney r 't C. Wf'ey
tretu t, in ttm milh of the ssate
troops at ' Ietyville, repoaler. rI (5e
euvl Speaks soleagy ths1o 540 henses,
actual (thei, bad bell Wished na '1e
by the flood in (1nt city. Maljor' Stith
at l'itl t repoted to the mi.v-andjt
gen ral 1oth;r. i ll 01 1 po ual lo I'11
acers unt a single bugilding was 1'8111,
standing on territory previously 'thek1
Special Monday Bargaifisi
Wide, All White K DI) f EDE I Fancy Bordered -
Curtain Scrims l * IIILL Curtain Scrims
On Monday we will give a very
A real gi id quiality of ne tt, all- handsome craftsman linen pit- lien itifal umngalow style fancy
'ilte curt in scrim; ery wide, low top, stamped in colors, com- hordered curtain sirim; just the
p t ihback y our choice of thing fir sunmmer use; lots of
dot or small atterns. Sp ecial at, 50 designs with ever urchase
yar FiFTi t IN ETS for p25( Ti BNT- IVJrg( n aT
Extra Special: One Hundred Pairs of
Lace Curtains; Worth One Dollar at only 591
We have just revolved a big shilnnent of extra sletnlid la e rtains. We bare ;ll the Mest styles now at the
smaillest prices: included in this lot is a job lot it Notthinghaus" good size. They ire to nth fl100. Speeial fur
The Best Place in All Mis
soula to Buy Coats, Etc.
50 women's white and colored serge 25 women's serge and fancy cloth
and messaline dresses, 7.95 coats, medium and 1000
at .................... _..- . 7...95.. long at $ 1 0 .00..............
New Bulgarian trimmed and arc
equal to any dresses usually sold for Coats here that are easily worth
$10 and $12.50 each; all sizes from lo one-third more. If you doubt it, try
up to 44. to duplicate them anywhere.
EXTRA: Women's Coats, Suits and Dresses
1 74 5Including Special Sizes for Stout
Women, Values to $20, Inclusive *
New Bedfords, Fine Whipcords, Best Serges, Plaids, Various Fancies
We do not hesitate to say that here is the greatest line of fine apparel shown in all
Missoula. For variety this line is biggest; for styles and splendor it is supreme;
for quality it is not surpassed. The suits are all models of their class. The coats
are simply immense* The dresses absolutely faultless. You must see them to ap
preciate how good they are . Samples in this line worth not lesshl. . .. . ..
than $20.00. Sale at1 .
36-InchMesln
Messaline Silk Waists
95c $2.95
RIVER THREATENING
COVINGION
KENTUCKY TOWN IS ENTIRELY
SURROUNDED BY RAPIDLY
RISING WATER.
('cit nn; t ii, titl Mit1t u h i It . Two
ictlip t hi-. ri l Niiti I: ciild tilltite
infiulltrv, i t oti s i i ti l'irt i Niti ,
itiy., are heiin he.d in r.a iess In
'I In hirat a y..n int.l ttIlotice2 it i oin -
illgtoll, Ky., \\h,"I' ý1Ll\tl I tour'ge ,ii
Phillipss lnit' ' the l' ty i.' it e ittiet d
tf military prtn, "tli.n, 1 lie to high
n t er that Visltln lly it .arrni dlig
the an.vi her. I tt the riel r stagi ,
rCatttred myite tc;rl (tr foopst nart, the
ligetre n phln', , e ',rir mill as, weere
p11( 0tat t f ctunain sim1t anti the oily Is
No tilt so has ye' o ct efuitro, Ittit
it is f etred by th t i tndv r dial r'i-h
te cit a In chlnear tialanal 7 itrkitess,
looters will Mogn their pyr. .
T1ht" watca hrr forit,, terts saihl the
Iexpected the c'rest" of the flood to
reach hur, Itlmorrow nI mrfing
that rthe starge wotblh be" bhtenon wl
and( 711 feel, aft,'t , w itih the riy,"r
wvould lKntualily sulh" id".
The property ltss in th,. (ineinm tll
wa'tetrf'ront Section probablt~ y wi'll he
Very I;lf :O.
Th.-re hart heton slight suffeoring so
far. 'Ihe inmidattedl distri,'t is hLil
'tatrolled by extra poliion :rll Sats he"
officials of the city hwalth rleptt1t
tn to ho south hank of thi j, hit, -
posile they city, iimportant maunuf'ar
taring piants are compnltetely rlown 0~t
Mid mnuch mo1ney will be required to
again phlao thin in eondiltionl for op
eration.
Newport, Ky., has nearly 2 squalrt
blocks und,'r %" tor, locat-1 along th,
south bank of the able fli\,r.
Other towns, Irtrailey, Iraytotn :ill,
L~udlow, Ky., rreport no irninediate
need of assistance.
REBELS ARE BEATEN.
'Mexico (ity, March :10.-.1 report
has reached here that the rebel incher
Venustiano 'turranza, and his chlief'
lieutenant, .Major Carfias, have been
captured by federal troops near M1on
terey, Nuevo 1 eon.
Word also has been receivedl that
federal troops defeatoed a hand of reb
els at a ranch near Galeana, 7u miles
southeast of goaterpy.
COLUMBUS BEGINS
REBUILDING
RECONSTRUCTION IS STARTED
IN CITY SWEPT BY TUES
DAY'S FLOODS.
I b111lhibil , I Iithin M atrbi :ll). Itr rill
it'l ion of i th It ii ' l tt*.. . f I ii
liliv, I\t I'1 I i,, I i. l . | iii' LiiS i 't'i 4|; y
\\runtu:ilt h IIi :I~ist tilt lt outi ll hs
b o;" ;ist tiiti itsn is gil tvti st \ I. illittit.
he;:ili ill uffled inan tili ti' (I 0 11
I gt iitist iti'i. ns I's I . 't.s i lislt ol.
'1\\c 11l l c m lios \\ero ro1"o 'c"'ral buml:t\'
i'nu (1ho dobris, bilt sceveral 111 them)
1 t\ " iic t; id'- tfi edl c its 11 s is1 nnt pr,"
I \I"tt l\ ra1'iýý''i led aicit, vo tit:11 the
c' ll nmbus 1loath list still rrin:;innot (i4.
t 1 t11:11 t rc r o rt ] :ts ISiisitg, Iitl
il tt list 'kit ally is grivting syiti llr
ti1 t' its' it iti ; i ion i l Iii i; t itr r -
Carain kIng ;\wl night, rabporrs
have suentc ca~l~l i111 yel lling' ulp the big
JroO E in the levtn \\ iOB I) EU a l P ho
etsabhll I thl" W1st si4W o d, A 4 asint
sma:ller b~rv',k ;tl'n is belown; rem1,iredl
I TP nis wathil of t ,;I tmiber PHI:5N r pII
Thec\' Ni h me W lci in 1.f a11ii1n a~sr111 the
grratest :*nCreful D r cive i fnr s i. crt
tog thc" ticinto r'iverthraimilh e tly In
Bateman Transp Jlt orstaition Co
Stg and A'\ 'heis:tutotb seric be.1 I- 11
twen ent rov:aillig andous Poison ti
Connect f ath raenaIl hito Noth,
Pac111" tra0n east and8 illl 11w. -
flets at oni wt ItIheVy
EASILY REMEMBERED.
\ h1 i n10 Il 1r fu'rgols youst i S ott n 1111
lh tr Th'el Bill c'Ioclle tor
Wt'ho stickolh ls u H s lc, yin in adl
\'ortity thanl :t hroth,"r? A erlvlitor.
AUTO STAGE
RAVALLI TO POLSON
Stevens-Duryea, 7-P'assenger Touring
Car Making Dally Trips.
JOE ROBERTS, Prop.
Meets 41 West-bound, and 42 East
Careful Drivers.
Bateman Transportation Co.
Stage and Auto service be
tween Ravalli and Polson
Connects at Ravalll with Northern
Pacific trains east and west. Con
nects at Poison with the Klondyke
item ner, Ravalli, !o>ADka i&
CLUB
CIGAR
STORE
POPULAR RESORT FOR MEN.
MISSOULIAN
HEADQUARTERS
ALL PERIODICALS AND
NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE
W.B. M'Laughlin
Proprietor
HAMILTON, MONTANA
AUTO STAGE
RAVALLI TO POLSON
Overland Car.
Passengers from 41 In the morning
and makes 42 in the evening.
Careful Drivers.
J. N. D[UDLEY. Prop.
AUTO LIVERY
Any Place on the Reservation.
Reasonable Rates.
J. C. LUALLIN, Prop.
Telephone Ravailli Hotel.
Headquarters. Ravalli. Montana.
IRA SALSBURY
Auto Service
Ravalli to Poison
Headquarters. St. Ignatius
FRANK LATIMER
is still on the
RAVALLI-POLSON AUTO STAU
LINE.
Headquarters
POLSON. - MONTANA.
R. G. HULL
Auto Service
Ravalli, Montana.
Daily trips across the AerV
xt-clasa servao , %tM.L

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