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WIl~[ L BE DUMPING GROUND.
" I*:' [ If KFREE MfA~ Iý M4I) Countries From Which the Stuff Will Be Imported Do Not Have Careful Inspection Laws and Diseased Meat Will Be Inflicted Upon the People of the United States. WVashing-ton .\ ir:l 14 i'hii ifr nleat ctlauste of Ilt, I['nlld.tri .-I hil \\il nolike American the iuhpinoi nrun, for the diseased me-ts of h. \I1,r unless our meat inslrt-,tion lti is raidi 'ally amellcnded, acortling to lýeri-etri M(et'lure of the National Wi\l iirovers association, who calls attentill t iii, fact that as the, law stand- tlh- .\llri can tpeopleti , 11ann ,t he prtth. t~I n il. , importation if nie lts. ( lear pl s.,nr efficient i insle, Li n ;il\ t l ,.s :lt, re lach the illip,,ri,-,l prolit't, h }ich C o ies in tindl r iht . piur e i ,i i ,It i. I is, there-Ire, pass~ < t hy ti nt' i':, 'a, I c(hi niistry .m,10 1not th" bhureal of ni matl inrdusltry The fric meinti llfttis prsis. la a grave danger to thei health of iii American peopleh' said S-c etary M1 Clure, "for no country fronm vhiclh we might imlport meats in ant qu.nttity has an tadequate systenm of meat in spection. 'Under free trade in meatsi these prtoducts would come fron lexi co, C'linai and anatda. C'anadia altone of the ci ulItrit s mentioned has any thing like ia neat ilnspetiotn lan, atnd it; system is aill thre.e years oli. No. country in the world has a ln,-at ini spection bill to compare with li i lis This rystem c'ost s the governitmenlt iin direct t;t,lro ,rl-.l;'i ns $32i,2 i,iic a yatic, ::nd andother $1,,00.il00 is 'la ) trill id by cities and states. \ie ainnially condemin $3,00h,0i00 worth iof dHti meats, nilking a total of Calt l t, ila $7,l00,0i00 outr meat insl,,ctioli systemll costs 11s. "Our largest supplly (of fio'eign l ,liIts tinder the Underwoodl hiiltl itl ,in .ulmln the louth Aillteric t i l llltlits. Most of these have no niltil i1.. peal.'t ,11 whatever, anrd tlhose whichl do d Itmain lain an inspection dlo so i r'i-ly fa , tlhet pturpose of fait. ltatini ii the i rt c u.- - ness anld the insul c tion is a tiic'. \Vis already import meitat from China, which has nlt inspection whateve i\r. 'icntrar- i t -o g incral hel iet ii oi-at Inspection act of i 9lti does not civ er the Iml',rted product, which conats in under tile lpre foodt at tandi is in spected by the, bureau of chliemistry. T'he bureau oi'f ichenisty, of tlurse, requires an ilnspecti on ce-rtiflicte io, accompany all import-ed nit-, hult is it accelpts these rertifiates fron]' -, tries whitch d not iiit maintatiin a decent systelO m ilhpl ,( ction, illlli rht i l ln l s oyristtii 'i i l' ii it. I('i l i ti lrtil l iS-litis health--or will if Iir .i hlit iherI in tani lqulantity. Mehats iunspected under the ltlre ftood la t can oI nly d-i termlinl , the state of tresenr ation of tli,, prontheit, .thile thle anlmail hulrtlau inspecltion is ntmade on the hoof and in tihe chilling roomls. lnless our resent la,1 is changed to hat\et inmpsrte l ili thusl itnslpected by theilt Iuretl l of nimi al in-ll dlustry, A nrica h,\\ill htecomlle the dumpling grioundl for dis-ased menats iof the world. We co-uld only insure such inspection by ilaiing Il'nited attes insp, ettrs in tihe killing plants of all foreign aiuituti'is stnding us t i ts.ll i, With the L.'ndetrwood bill Ilacing nleats on the free list shoutll gu an amnendmient to the inspection ],lw t,) mileet this situation-althiugh thus foar it has beent enitirely toverloked." As It Affects the West. 0((70l-ent ig t1 l the ..d.nrwvod tariff t jill l its effect It n tlht inter- l lllo ntain w',-t g n'll'rl';t , (eir, Si iata tire ldonilell ofI \'y inling saut tduas: 'Tlhe bill as introduced Inot only threatens p t , atill]5 ever: imlportant, induistry - of Ii eiiintry, lilt strik, s a particula rly h;rd lha :t liauii tstries prestnt and p -l,, rtil, of 111h, int.r- 1 tiountaitn west. \t \ i \ l,,,,i1 it i, Iri-. list we will .e ill ,d at ia t.r, .. i u disad\aunt ,age Arr :,, is" ctrilla hand the Argentin- , fiir in .cidi ll it to their lmuch tIii r cost of iIiductn thety have ia v.r , onsi, r il-h ,111* 1t age in the ast of getting the ir \\,, l I., llmarket owing to tell'l ii ill'lr "[liglhts The lemp;per, ry high 11'oul pI)ih' 1,0~ Pxismig ilhroad n uti ccount (tt , 1'],I shortage mtay sIlV, IS t-sh this spring's c ltip, but lfri-t iil i. h frtee notice t or i ur sh t.tllt . t - till This, however, is ltit all If l story, for til rlt,-s (n ininufiiurt Woul are pilaced so Iow in tlt It t iii.r The Easy Laxative In justice to yourself you should try Rexall Orderlies,-your mloney back if you don't like them. They are a candy con fection that really do give easy relief from constipation. Good health is largely dependent persons as well as for the most robust. upon the bowels. When they become They act toward relieving eonstips sluggish the waste material that is tion, and also to overcome its cause thrown off by the system accurnu- and to make unnecessary the fre lates. This condition generates quent use of laxatives They serve poisons which circulate throughout to tone and strengthen the nerves the body, tending to create coated and muscales of the bowels and iso tongue, bad breath, headache, dull elate organs or glands. brain action, nervousness, biliousness and other annoyances. Make Us Prove It Avoid harsh cathartics and physics. We guarantee to refund every They give but temporary relief, penny paid us for Rexall Orderlies if Theyoften aggravate the real trouble, they do not give entire aati action. They are particularly bad for chil- We ask no promises and we in no dree, delicatesr aged persons, way obligate you. Your mere word is sufficient for us to promptly and '2 ixaOL eAA cheerfully refund the money. _ Doesn't that prove that Rezall ia tablet , tate jut like Orderlies must be right? You must andy ind are noted for their eat know we would not dare make such tndy and are noted for their easl, a promise unless we were positively eyotdno action upon the bowe , certain that Rexall Orderlies will do They don't pu .,e. gripe, cause all we claim for them. There is no sema, looseness, nor the inconven- a we clm them. The i ausea, loosaeness, nor the ncoven- money risk attached to a trial of Sences attendant upon the use of texall Orderlies, and in justies to purgatives. Their action is so pleas- yourself, you should not hesitat to ant that the taking of Rexall Order- tet , you should not hesitate tothem. lies almost becomes a desire instead test them. of a duty. Rexall Orderlies come in conven ilent vest-pocket size tin boxes; 12 -Chbilden like Rexall Orderlies. tablets, 10c; 36 tablets, 26o; 80 they are ideal for aged or delicate tablets, 60c. CAtrTION: Please bear in mind that Recall Remedies are not sold by all drus ~ILs. You can buy Rexall Orderlies only at The Rexall Stores. Yen -*o buy Rezall Ordelies it this community only at our store: MISSOULA DRUG CO. MIGSOULA T@ A St M y MONTANA k igý 5ly l so in aey every town ard oiy h the unted States, Casd.s Groat Wa fbbn i a difremnt Resell ead7 or fearly every ordinary hums. s~oowly ssi td ear d partlaslar ill for w lah It h reoemeaded. -;.e uS Sswim w Amws. es reastt Drug Stors ioit< bill that the product of Americar Imill is certain to be largely replaced i ithe product of foreign mills, thus further lo\tering the price of our wool y deplriving it of a homne market. "Thi bill .puts an end to all hope for the esxtnsion of the hbeet sugar indus try, a\ith promises to become a rnost iJl'otaint facrtr in connecition with tr agriniltural developmient in the St nett' facttries will be started, of course, while factories all rotady il existence may be expected to Suril thir operations ttld pay less fi.r beets, with the id;ea of keeling th, ir plants from deteriorating until the p"ople lhiRe a chantce to see the dlisstrtus rsults of frIe sugur. Land l s, speially illn communlll ities wht re ,tis thave beenit largely raised, Imust of necetssity i' be redutced, anti in soie parts of the \\est the farmlers will have hard work in raising any thing they can sell o ttake thie place of this iprfitable crop. "The I'prision of thie lUnderwood hill fir free imeats antd Iawter prices in litt.tk will inevlt:hly have a tde plressitl tfftct on the valute of our shtleep andl cattle. 'To what extent ptlrit s aIit be depressed is, of course, impossibl,. to determine at this time: but that ailvnttage will bit taken, both of the itactual ;iii possibile imlportations under this iteasure, to depress prices the',- can b 1 no lquestion." "CASCARETS" BEST FOR THE BOWELS No Headache, Bad Taste, Sour Stom ach or Coated Tongue by Morning. It is more necessary that you keep your ]owevls, river and stomach clean, puret. and fresh than it is to keep the sewers and drainage of a large city free from obstruction. Are you keeping clean Inside with Casearts---or merely forcing a pas sageway every fe.w days with salts, cathartic pills or castor oil? This is important. (Caso'rets irmmediatt ly clealnse and regulate the stomach, remove the sour, undigested and fermenting food andi fiult gases; take the excess bile. from the liver and carry out of the system the constipated waste matter and trison in tihe intestines and bow els. No odds hrow badly and upset you f, -1, a I'ase'aret tonight will straighteni yoI out by mrorning. They work while you sle5el. A 25-cent box fromn your druggist will keep your head lear, stomrelh sweet aind your liver and Iowe ls re.gular for months. Don't frget the children-theJr little in sides need a good, gentle cleansing, CLEAN-UP NOTICE. The time hais crate when It is im per'tive that all premrises and aIll al lrys bhe clatrad thorout' hlty and im nwdiately. In the intetrest of ecanomy the office of sanitary inspector has et.n a oliwshed, but the duties of that ffice h;ie ht n assinn etd liV the street ;iln ! the p l ,h d .po rtr n.nts. V'nless thr. is inmediatrri compliance with tlis ordetr, thern will be arrrests of ili- prole.rty owneris aind tenants as fail t., o~be." ,.\AMtI] 11. lRlH(AD)ES, Mayor, \lissulnh Ap,ril 13, 1913. GAYNOR OVERRULED. Ner. Yirlk. April 14.--Mayor (Glay norrI liaterlpretatiun of the liquor laws itv e rn ttiradterd by the court of spe inI serssions today, which decided that rnstaiurrant keepers may stage cabaret showis after I a. m., provided no drinks are served after that hour. 11N SIAR STATE SW(SH H RED STANDARD OIL TRUST IS SUED FOR INFRINGEMENT OF THE TEXAS LAW. New York, April 14.--\Vith the serv ing of a subpoena on John D. Arch bold today it was learned that tht state of Texas has began a sui, against Standard o(il interests to re cn\ver approximately $I0o,000,0(0 f, I alleged violation of the anti-trust statutes of that state. The substan,. of the al egations of the attorney getn eral of Texas is that the Standard oi companies of New York, New Jersey. Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana, practical ly are under one control. In short, it is set forth that the "Etandard Oil trust" still exists and operates the Miagnolia Petroleum company as its Texas branch. "Mr. Archbold, who is president of the Standard Oil company of New Jer sey, was served by Richard G. Maury, crimlinal district attorney of Houston, Texas. W'ith a special com mission from thc'attorney general of his state t_ reach non-resident defendants in the suit. Mr. Maury has been here a week. It was learned tonight that he served John D. Rockefeller on the Lake wood golf links, and H. ('. Folger, Jr., president of the Standard toil colnmpany of New York; Samuel (I. Bayne, presi dent of the Seaboard National bank; iow.ardl liayne, vice ptresident of the columbia.- Knickerbocker Trust com pani; Charles W. Harkness, and Lew is '. Ledyard. 'These and other defendants includ ing tlhe Co(rsicina Petroleum colllmpany ia branch iof the Magnolia Petroleum c'~lpllany, are sued in amounts rang ing from $8,150,000 to $.00,000. Mr. Rockefeller, Mr. Archbold, the Standard 4oil companies of New York and New Jersety aind the Corsicana (oincern are among the defendants in actions for the first named amount. The suit is ldelareid ito be the out come of disclosures madet at the hear ings on the Waters-Pierce Oil com pany litigation in this iity a few months ago. The aclion is not for damages but for lipnallies for alleged infringelnet t of the Texas laws. Mr. Maury said today that Messrs. Archho'd and 'Fulger would hei directed tro pIr'~dlIc . clartlin Ioloks and pialpers andtlI t tstify in default of which the .1agnli; eoncern's interests woult be sold for the benefit of the state. WILSON AND BRYAN TALK TO DAUGHTERS (Continued From Page One) plrtesildent-generial, in her addret.s, re viewed the progress made by the so clety and declared that there still was a great work to be accoimplished. President \Wilson said that he did not know- it was necei-ssary to welciome the meml(ibers of thil DaLlghters of the Amelrican Itevolutl-n to Washington, which in effect was their own city. He clmmended the socilety for the splen did work it was di,ng in comlmelmo rating the attainment of American lib erty. "Organizations like this," he said, "relmind us of tile thinlgs that have gone by and of the standards to which Vwe must coinformt if we would be true and loyal Americanls. "I ,tu",tld not undertake at any rate in a single ilmplroviseid address, to set lp the canons of Amlericanism. A meri canism is nouw of soi many varieties among the ladies that I am not sure if lily standards on thait mii1e or thf house; and, therefoire, I tread very gingerly when I try to set up stan dards there. But this I know: That so far as our recollections are con cerned, so far as those things are con cerned which we hold sacred in the pust, so far as those things go that we intend to live up to and be worthy of, there is only one canon of Ameri canism. And the real constant diffi culty of American politics is to bring it back so that it will square with the standard set up when the revolution was fought out and an independent nation was etsah'islidd in America. "We established an independent na tion in order that nilin might enjoy a new kintd of halppineltss and a new kind of dlignity; that kind which a nman has when het respects e.very ther mian and wiomiari's indivi\duality as hlie respects his own; where, he is nit wiling to draw distinclltions Ietw\crn classes; where he is not c i:ling to shut the door of privilege in the face of anyone. 'The dignity orf your organization is mneasured by the dignity of the tradi tiuns which you are organized to lmaintain. PThere'orte, the American iretvolution is \uworth rememinibering, be callse it is one of thei few struggles in the hlistory of the world which was entire'y dtvoted to the establishment of liberty." iSANE MAN KILLS CHILDREN (Continued ftrom Page One) came homne. Missing the sounds of the children's voices and noticing the overturned furniture, she rushed up stairs to her husband's room and found his body and Elsle's. She fell In a dead faint and when she recov ered ran shrieking out of the house to call her neighbors. Brooding over his poor health, the police think, caused Moschner's mind to become uabalanced. MRS . M;NGES : ERATION How She Was Saved From Surgeon's Knife by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound. Mogadore, Ohio.-''The first two years I ws, marrie4Il suffered so much from female troubles and. bearing dowd pains that I could not stand on my feet long enough todo my work. The doctor said I would have to undergo an opera tion, but my husband wanted me to try Lydia E. Pinkhamn's Vegetable Com pound first. I took three bottles and it made me well and strong and I avoided a dreadful opera tion. I now have two fine healthy chil dren, and I cannot say too much about! whatLydiaE. Pinkham'sVegetableCom-r pound has done for me." - Mrs. LEE MANGES, R. F. D. 10, Mogadore, Ohio. Why will women take chances with an operation or drag out a sickly, half hearted existence,missing three-fourths of the joy of living, when they can find health in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound? For thirty years it has been the stand ard remedy for female ills, and has re stored the health of thousands of women who have been troubled with such ail ments as displacements, inflammation, ulceration, tumors, irregularities, etc. If you want special advice write to Lydia E. Plnkham Medicine (o. (confi dential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence. FL[OWERREe'S HEIR. IN ACREEMENT COMPROMISiE REACHED WILL TAKE BIG ESTATE OUT OF THE HELENA COURTS. HIllnam, April 14 ---tSi'pcial. t--ndei the terms of an agreement that hat :'e)vn signed between the heirs, Mrs. D A. G. Flowerree, w\idow of the pioneel millionaire cattleman, will receive about two aind one-third times aE !uIiclh property as she wvould have un der the provisions of the will. The contest instituted by her and her son, I). A. G. Flowerree, Jr., will be dis missd, and the will allowe(d to be pro :,-atd with ,it interference. The' agreemlent has not been filed, nor is it knowivn whether it will be. It rov\'ides, it is understood, that the widow will receive about une-fourth of the Montana property, valumed at mrnre than $400,000, according ti the petition fi,r the probating of the will, and will also be given an option to plurh'llas, other property of the estate at a price to be fixed by almpraise minnt. The. agreement has the effect of leaving the Florida propurty to be disposed of as though the deceident died intestate. The original will fav ored the children by the first Mrs. Flowerreic, who are: William K, F'lowerree of Great Falls, Mrs. Annie F. 'elie of .\lMoline, Ill., Mrs. ,udora F. Frey of (c:i(iago, and Mrs. Elizabeth F. VWallace, n,\\ of New York. CRANE AT HARNOIS TONIGHT William If. Crane has one of his real comedy hits in "The Senator Keeps House." which he will offer at the Harnols tonight. The story is the work of Martha Morton, who has written a number of the best light comedies that Mr. Crane has pro duced in the many years that he has been adding good American produc tions to his repertoire. The action of the piece takes place In Washing ton, D. C., at -the present, and Mr. Crane i's seen once more as a United States senator. He invaded the sen ate once before and with such fine re suits that he was willing to go hack to the upper legislative body at Miss Morton's request, and so we will see him once more In a familiar group. One immediately recalls the. Crane at tributes and 'an prepare for a treat In this new characterization for there is a round and mellow charm in his humor and a sincerity of purpose in his rugged drawings of the typical American me.n of affairs that endear him to all. In "The Senator Keeps House," he scored heavily last season during his enlgagenmellt of four months at the Garrick theater, New York city, and he will cor. hlere for this engagement at the head of the same company and wi\'th the esawii production that were details of his brilliant metropolitan success. Joseph Brooks will have personal charge of his tour and bring to bear all his resources in making It a fitting onoe commnemorative of the fact that .ir. Crane is turning his fiftieth year of honorable activity upon the American stage and giving evidence that he continues to grow young and happy in a good cause. SOCIALISTS EXTOL MORGAN. Atlanta, Ga., April 14.-Socialists yesterday extolled J. P. Morgan at a memorial service held at the local? labor temple. Tributes to the finan 3ler were paid by various speakers. H. C. Henderson, chief speaker at the services, said: "Many men have cursed Mr. Morgan because of his control of the money 4 the World, but never a Isilaoit." " ATIS IbbO SiN PROFESSOR OF AGRONOMY AT STATE COLLEGE SECURES A BETTER POSITION. Bozeman. April 14.-(Special.)--A fred Atkinson, for the past nine years professor of agronomy in the Mon tana state college. and e'ronomist of the Montana agrieiltulral experiment station here. !h.s I"'t r"Aietrl in hisl resignation. and will P.- into the em ployment of t'e Lor.g Investment com. pany of Great Falls, as agr'cultural expert. Iie ntx'oets to give 'n his work here \Isa 1, arnl will go at once to Stanford. Mont.. w.-ere the com pany was formerly g.'.gaged extensive iv in the shee no thsisini s. and where they have a small empire of land, which lie is to take charge of. Professor Atkinson is known, throughout t'e United States as an expert in dr" farming, and since his com'ng to Bozeman from the Iowa state college, he has given a good part of his attention to the possibill ties of dry farming 1l various parts of Montana. He has had direct charge of the experimental work In many parts of the state, and has met in one way or another most of the men in the state who are dealing In a large way with agricultural develop ment. Few men in the west know more about the theory and practice of dry farming, and he is well qualified to take uan the problem of the agri cultural development of land on a l.rge scale. Professor Atkinson has been re gardr0 as one of the strong men on the faculty here, and both in the col lege .nd in the community he will be greatly missed. TIE WMAJHR Yesterday the hills turned noticeably green. These summer-like days are swelling the buds, too, and Missoula will be resplendent with verdure of every kind within another week. Yesterday's records. follow: M axim um 9.........`.... ....... .. 79 M inim um ........... ............... 34 At 6 A. M. Therm om eter ...........................34 Barometer ........ .....26:53 At 6 P. M. Therm om eter ............................75 TBarometer ......... ......26:30 Southwest wind. Widely Used. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is one of the most widely used medicines in the market. It is as popular in Can ada, Australia and South Africa as at home. This is because it "makes good." You can always depend upon it when you have a cough or cold. For sale by all druggists. [ARGENT ENTHUSES OVER PROGRESS (Continued From Page One) do everything in my power to have the plan worked out." If this plan is carried througl-' there may I)t a small deficit that the tuition fees will not cover, but Mr. Largent thinks it would be profitable to the summer school and to the state in general if that deficit were met by a part of the appropriation for the sum mer school. At any rate, .Mr. Lar gent will do all possible to have the rate made for the benefit of the sum mer school students. Student Spirit Pleases. Mr. Largent was especially im. pressed with the spirit in the student body. He spent the whole morning on the campus and talked to several of the students. In every case he said that he observed a "boosting" spirit and a loyalty to the faculty and presi dent that was admirable. The stand That Corn IS a Sure a 'Goner,' Now "GETS-IT," the New-Plan Corn Cure, Gets Any Corn Surely, Quickly. You'll say. "It does beat all how quick "GETS-IT" got rid of that corn. It's almost magic." "GETS-IT" gets "Never Could Do This Before. "GETS. IT" Made Every Corn Vanish Like Magioc;" every corn, every time, as sure as the sun rises. It takes about 2 seconds to apply it. Corn pains stop, you for get the corn, the corn shrivels up, and It's goRe! Ever try anything like that?. You never did. There's no more fussing with plasters that press on the corn, no more salves that take off the surrounding flesh, no moue bandages. Np more knives, files or razors 'that ma'ke corns grow and cause daRger,,O. blood pisOn, "G'T -IT" is equally harmless to healthy or irritated flesh. -T Cgets" every corn, wart, ca Isuiani hlplon you've got. ',l JTS-JT" is sold. at all druggists' at .26 Qea a bottle, or sent on receipt of price ? !1. Leawraece & Go., Ohi cago. Sold in Missoula by George 'relehom.er. .ad,- of work given, he stated,- ,ws bigh and showed much imniprovemdntV since last year. Next to the university Missoula ,and the Bitter Root valley made the strongest impression on Mr. Latgent. Sunday S. J. Coffee took him and a party of friends to Hamilton. It was the first trip up the valley for Mr. Largent. He saw it for the first time from an automobile and he declared that "the half has never been told." Continuing he said Missoula was the town best liked by him next to Great Falls and if he ever had to move to any other Montana city from his pres ent home, he would choose Missoula. S. D. Largent is the oldest man, in point of service, in the schools of Montana. For 20 years he has been superintendent of the city schools of Great Falls and for the past several years he has been a member of the state board of education. To have him on the long list of friends of the Uni versity of Montana is an asset to the institution. Mr. Largent left last evening to return home. BDJOU Matinee, 2 P. M. John Bunny The funniest man in moving pic tures. Blarneyed at the Blarney Stone A laugh all the way. Another comedy hit today The Foodchopper Ware Funny doings. by the Selig com pany. The War Time Siren A spectacular Kalem production of the civil war. Tomorrow and Thursday-Es sanay's great dramatic play The Spy's Defeat Two Reels. The largest, coolest and best ventilated Photo- Licensed Pictures play Theater Exclusively THE KING OF THEM ALL 1 EXTRA! EXTRA! The Elks'Famous Quartet Will he heard tonight and tomorrow night in several catchy song hits. Don't overlook the opportunity of hearing them. "Modern Prodigal" Tonight is your last opportunity to see this big Vitagraph two-reel masterpiece. This picture more than pleased over 1,000 people last evening. It's sure to please you. Concluding the program is a rip roaring comedy picture. Miss Florence Turner will .be one of the features on tomorrow's progranm. Friday and Saturday The famous detective, W. J. Burns, will he here in the best three reel production ever produced. This picture cost the licensed film company over $55,000. I 8 I S--Flickerless Pictures, Clear As a Bell. AMERICAN THEATER TODAY ONLY The Gr eat Unknown Adopted from Robert W. Service's famous poem THE SHOOTING OF DAN M'GRAW IN TWO BIG, REELS Two other splendid subjects Matinee, 2:05 Evening Performance, 7 to 11 Entire change of piotures every day. You can save money and gain comfort if you get your shoes repaired by New Method. If you hesitate to wear shoes that have been re paired you don't know our kind of repairing. We do everything needed to put footwear in firpt-class condition. All work guaranteed 0 to be first class. Repairing while you waJt. 0 New Method Shoe Repairing factory Hggins Ave. . Missoula 1K I f.t K'S IMALiV4M ILK The F eidink for All Ages. Forlnfants,Invalids,andGro childreeI PureNutrition,upbuildingthew body. In v oratathenumingmnhe tande aged. _ 3Udi lte& grait, powder forn. A AEuick l&ht prepaed in a minute. Take noabetitute. Ask for HORLICK'S. MV4t N A g Milk T ruse HiARNOIS Tuesday, April15 Joseph Brooks presents Wmn. I. Crane In His Greatest Com edy Success "THE SENATOR KEEPS lHOUSE" By Martha Morton Exactly as given for four months at the Garrick Theater, New York City Prices 50¢ t0 $2.00 Seat Sale, Monday, April 14, 10 a. m. DISSOULIAN WANT ADS ~I..NG QTITCK RESULTS.