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TO I If NORTHERIN PACIFIC TO BUILD NEW 'RESERVOIR FOR LOC0 MOTIVES AT HAMILTON. '---- , Hamilton, April 18.-(Special.)--The leaky, mosscovered and otherwvise dl lapitated water` tank which' stands 'at the head of 'Main street and has sup plied water for the locomotives in use on the Bitter Root branch of the Northern Pacific railway for many years, will be replaced soon by a new and more sightly structure. This bit of information waft given out today by Station Agent Wilson. Just when work on the tank will be started Mr. Wilson was unable to statr, neither is he able to give any information con cerning the size or shape of the pro posed tank. But that the old tank will be replaced with a new one in the immediate future he is certain. A carload of timbler and lumber was recently unloaded by the company in the vicinity of the present dripping tank. This operation started a rumor which was verified to the above ex tent this morning by the station agent. Mr. Wilson also stated that a large amount of iron for the structure is on the ground ready for building operations. The news that a new tank is to re place the present one will be joy fully received by all residents of the city. The old tank has been the sub ject of several crusades started by the chamber of commerce, but the old tank has remained and has continued to leak in spite of the attacks of a callking brigade sent here last fall by the comrrpany. During the winter the tank has appeared to the best ad vantage. The colder the winter the better the tank appeared. The con stant dripping of the water formed material for fantastic shapes of ice, which in time completely enveloped the tank until it resembled the fa mous ice palace of St. Petersburg. All of this will soon be at an end, as the structure is to be replaced with one that holds water. HAMILTON BRIEFS Hamilton, April 18.-(Special.)--B. R. Conley, who left here about two weeks ago, has secured employment in Chicago. His family expects to leave here in about 10 days to join him. Mr. Conley formerly worked in the grocery department of the Valley .Mercantile company. W. C. Irwin, formerly secretary of the local chamber of commerce and employed 'as local agent for the Western Union Insurance company since that time, will leave the first of May with his family for Lewiston, Idaho, where he will open insurance offices. .Mr. Irwin returned recently from a visit in Spokane, Wash. Genevieve Ringer was granted a di vorce yesterday in the district court from Anton Ringer. The divorce was secured on the grounds of extreme cruelty. The plaintiff was given the custody of the two minor children. Byron J. Castner has begun suit in the district court for a divorce from Annabelle Castner. Desertion is al leged in the complaint. The couple formerly resided on West Fork. Harry S. Lord arrived yesterday from the Stevensville district, where he and E. IH. Blakeslee have a crew of 60 men setting out orchard trees. The crew is planting 30 acres a day, according to a statement made last evening by Mr. Lord. Mrs. R. V. MoBain was moved today from the Hamilton hospital, where she has been a patient for the past five 'weeks, to the Ravalli hotel. She is still on crutches as the result of a runaway accident five weeks ago. The present weather is ideal for the rancher who is setting out fruit trees, and young trees are being placed in the ground throughout the valley at a fast clip. Several con tractors have large crews at work at different points in the valley. The largest per cent of trees is being planted this season in the Stevens ville district. CLINTON NOTES 'Clinton, April 18.-Miss NellieWard was taken tb Missoula to the hospital yesterday. Mrs. McOClure went ·to Butte Thurs day. Mrs. Bert Griswold will go to Sal tese today to visit her son Edgar. Frank Barlow was a Missoula vis itor Thursday. Last ]Tuesday evening friends gath ered at the McMillian restaurtnt and celebrated Mrs. Ralph Coon and Mrs. F. MCDonald's birthdays. It was a happy surprise. Refreshments were sbrved at 11 p. m: and all had a happy evening. Mrs. Brown is feeling bietter at pres ent, ADDRESED TO WOMEN jISs YOUS A Case of "Nerves?" Hot flashes, dizziness, fainting spells, backache headache, bearing-down pains, nervousneess-all are symptoms of iregularity and female disturbances and are ndt beyond relief. F avorite Prescription is that of a famous physician unuspally eiperienced In the treating of women's peculiar ailments. For forty years it aur been recommended to suffering womankfnd. Thousands of women can bear witi.ess to its beneficial qualities. Perhaps its aid is all that ired .. ato ,tor ,oo pe.ef health and strenath. Now s the time to ct, write D r. R. V.Plerce's, .ffalo. s. Dov!a Ronss, q amnm f.l. , Calif rit, es.i } t ugh oeIs mot cured ofthe yo foro. o t re seolvo to take no oth6r. KANSA' MAN IS SENDING HERD O' MILCH ANIMALS TO BE LO~aKEDE OVER. Hamilton, April 18.-(Special.)-The Hamilton Chamber of Commerce, after a correspondence for the past 30 days with C. G. Ricker of Yates Cen ter, Kan., has received the following telegram from Mr. Ricker: "Sixty-nine head of Jerseys are en route for Hamilton after government inspection at Kansas City. They iae conceded to be thefinest Jerseys seen there ih years. Should reach destida tion about the 20th or 22d of this month in good condition and ready for sale a week after arrival if well cared for during that time. I shall appre ciate attention of committee." The chamber of commerce has made arrangements- with John Kalberer to pasture the Jerseys at his dairy on the Bitter Root stock farm, one mile frbm the local depot, during the week fol lowing their arrival. From corre spondence the conclusion is drawn that these cows will be laid down here at a reasonable figure. All ranchers interested in buying one or more good Jersey milch cows will do well to look over this shipment when it arrives. In the shipment will be 20 or more cows two years old that are fresh this spring; also eligible for registration. Mr. Ricker is a well-to-do Kansas banker and is personally interested in ranch property in this valley. He has made shipments of dairy stock into the valley before. MOIESE NOTES Moise, April 18.-Sunday school will be held in the North Molese school house this -summer. Residents of the north end organized the school last week. Ernest Barton has rented the Gun derson lace and he and his bride are now located there. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Rhinehart of North Moiese last week. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Blackmon spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. White man in Dixon. The dance given the night of April 12 was well attended by Dixon people. A son was born to Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Blackmore of the Big Flat last week. Charles Coleman, who was injured several months ago by being thrown from a load of hay, is still using crutches. Mrs. Joe Cushing returned to St. Ignatius Saturday. IShe has been spending some time on her homestead in South Moiese. James Bonner, surveyor for Mis soula county, has been laying out roads on the Big Flat, connecting' Ronan and Dixon. South Moiese carried off honors in the spelling match held in the school house. From the higher grades Nettie Peterson got first honors with Vivian Lott second and Pearl Snyder third. Primary grades, Abner Lott of Moiese first Ethel Huddleston of Elliott school, second, and Cecil Carver of Moiese third. DARBY NOTES Darby, April 18.-(Special.)-J. C. Pickeral, vice president of the Darby State bank, came down from his home on West Fork yesterday. John Whetstone and his brother George, Idrove beef cattle down to load two cars, from Ross Hole yesterday. They 'shipped to Fritz Koopmann of Missoula. Milton 'Hammond, J. P. Whyte, E. B. O(wings, Gus Helmers, Thomas Milbourn and Byron Costner went to Hamilton to attend the funeral of W. P. Baker. V. Skinner, the Missoula Mercantile company traveling man, was in town yesterday. Will Ward, county commissioner, and J. C. Utter came up from Hamil ton today with F, D. Nicols in his auto. George See, sheriff, was in town yesterday on Ibusiness. Mrs. Robins, from Hamilton, i-s vis iting her son George, on East Fork. Mrs. Charles Miller was in the city today shopping. Mrs. Bartlett, from Fresno, Cal., is visiting 'Mrs. W. H. Cobel in the city. John Odell is in from Gologly Springs. J. L. Strate went to Victor today on business. Mrs. Thomas Milbourn came up from Hamilton tonight, where she had been visiting her mother. Jim Johnson is in from University Heights. He is building a residence thete for Robert Burhes. Sunday school will be held regularly at the Baptist church beginning next Sunmday at 10:30. GIGANTIC M ANUFACTURER'S SA E OF SAMPLE SPRING DRESSES Positively the greatest piece of bargainnews ever published by a Missoula store. These dresses are new and are offered at sensational bargain rates The story is simplyr this: We bought a large number of perfectly splendid dresses from the man who made them at an average cost of near 50c on the dol .' lar. So great did we consider the bargains that we hurried the entire line so that we could present the offering as quickly as possible. Now they are all here and the sale will start Saturday morning promptly at 10 o'clock. Be on hand and get your share. Actual Values Up to $15 Salurday Only Saturday Only a at at $5.00 $5.00 Sale Starts Saturday Morning at 10 O'Clock Don't think about buying a dress until you have looked over the line garments In this sale. Come prepared to buy at once. No C.O.D. packages sent out. No approvals Sample messaline dresses High class all wool serge Sample street dresses in in medium blue and in dresses in black and best exclusive styles; a good brown; rich lace g colors; Balkan line to choose . ;rimmed at $............ 5 trimmed froc......... . rm choose5 Beautiful ratine dresses in White serge dresses in an A variety of especially well best line of new colors; issorted line of good styles; made dresses; all descrip ýery fancy made; every one of them 1 tions; values up to 4 pecir al M ae $. S"ew . 1.00, at ... SBargain CHS ERG' Bargain Store SCHLOSSJUII U Store ALBERTON Alberton, April 18.-(Special.)-Ira Nichols is assisting in the W. F. Thorn store. Harry Wagner is building a resi dence in Adams' addition. William Matthias has removed his family to Deer Lodge. Mesdames Bartlett and Thompson entertained the Ladies' Aid society on Thursday afternoon at Bestwick hall. Mrs. M. L. Clark is slowly recovering from here recent illness. Earl Close has purchased the Poyer house in Winn addition and removed his family there, early this week. Mr. Poyer and family are occupy ing the rooms vacated by Mr. Close. Paul Bagard is building a neat cot tage on Ward hill, which he expects to rent when completed. Mrs. Malone, who has been a guest at the Underhill home, returned to her home at St. Regis on Monday. Mrs. E. G. Slater entertained the E. T. club on Wednesday. The ladies spent a pleasant afternoon and en jbyed a delicious lunch. Mrs. Oscar Ballas visited DeBorgla friends this week. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson were pleas antly surprised by a large party of. friends on their 25th wedding anni versary on Saturday evening last. A most enjoyable evening was spent .by all present. Samuel Eisenminger is now occu pying his new home in West Alberton. Mrs. Fred Mason is the guest of her son, Clyde Aldrich. Dr. Whiting has had his automobile thoroughly renovated and is again en joying the country roads and scenery about Alberton. ST. IGNATIUS St. Ignatius, April 16.-(Special.) Miss M'Veagh, a nurse from the Northern Pacific hospital at Missoula, is a guest of Miss Anna Cooley for a few days. Dr. Smith of 'Missoula and Dr. Matthews went to Poison Saturday, where they performed a surgical operation. Dr. Emith was accom panied by Miss Pearl Waltemate, his office nurse. The first baseball game of the sea son was played here Sunday between the Mission Reds and the Ravalli team. The game was a one-sided af fair, resulting in a score of 26 to 6 in favor of St. Ignatius. The winter wheat sown in the Flat head valley last fall has all come out in splendid shape and is doing fine at present. The warm sunshiny weather of the past two weeks has put life into all vegetation, and already the grass is green, and, all things com bined, it looks like a banner year for the Flathead reservation. A steady rain all day T'uesday put all growing crops in splendid shape. About a dozen, new settlers from Butte arrived here within' the past month and have settled on the big flat northwest of St. Ignatius. 'Mart Sullivan, the localC-la4 ooatosr Is a busy man these days finding vacant1 land for the large number of peopleI who are pouring in here looking for farms. The settlers who have cone this year are all well prepared to farm, and are of the right class to populate an agricultural country. Judge IBurke was at Dixon Mon day on business. Two new business places are in course of crection in St. Ignatius at present, that of! a barber shop and bath room being built by John Dish mon, just south of the D)ubrulle hall. Mr. Dishmon's building will be 14x31) feet. The other building is being put up by ,Contractor W. M. Miller, and will le used for a general store. It will be 30x40 feet in size, and is be ing erected immendiately siuth of the new barber.shop. W. G. Kimnball is also putting up a modern bungalow on his residence lot on the townsite. Ml. A. O'Connell is excavating for a large addition to his general store on the townsite, building operations to conm mence immediately. Dr. Matthews will shortly commence building for a drug store. The new store built by .Mr. Kimball has been completed, and Mr. Kimbell expects to get in his stock of general merchandise within the next week Or so. G. -I. Be'ckwith expects to go east about May I to buy up a hundred or more head of dairy cows, to be sold at cost to the farmers of the Mission valley. IMr. Beckwith thinks he will probably go to Wisconsin to get the cows. The Nadeau livery barn went out of business last week, and turned over all business to the Courville barn. Mr. Nadeau had a lease on the Dowd barn, and being unable to secure a re newal of the lease, went out of hust ness until such time as he can build a barn of his onw. SLOT MACHINES GRABBSED. Butte, April 18.-(Special.)- County Detective Jerry Harrington today, single-handed, raided the basement of a resort on the flat and confiscated six nickel-in-the-slot-machines. They will be burned by order of the court. IF YOU WANT To buy or sell a farm. To buy or sell an orchard tract. To buy or sell a city home. To buy or sell a building lot. 'To buy or sell a business block. If you want to borrow money. If you want to loan money. I can fix you up. John Deffllebaeh 317 Higgins Ave. Missoula, Mont. ,GIRL SAYS HER FATHER SOLD HER IN MARRIAGE \W ilmingi\ m, 1),1., April 1n. A 15 y\11r-d I 'l girl, To.r-.. ss o vim plaintd t)dyo iito thl Wilmintign tIn li(e tihat h lr f itth'r In h st tl hter ill Illlrl'ia: e ;a w .(<k aiI)o, i ,.kinlg it .tlnIl (if I l'l ll from A ld llin ('(IIh) in ]her prselince, ind iltt ir nitiar ciii - p hlled h er to go throagh :1 (')' lt V The, ,hi,'f of lpolice s:uIbt hIle hail a.i, cr tined that t')tlllo had l):idl the father $130. 'T'l i ( iso Wno L. lahid b)(e'(r( , At ornI( ' , ,neral 1V 'olhnit, who direi.,dl hlat ilIe girl he m( ni itti, ll tuI a instliltllui It tlding his a pli atin lt th ' ih .n 't ur n il t tntll t l ) i o th marriag,. WHAT IS SOCIALISM ? Lecture by N. A. RICHARDSON Eagles' Hall Sunday Afternoon 3 O'CLOCK No intelligent man or woman can afford to miss this lecture. One can no longer pose as :n edul cated person and be ignorant of the true meaning of socialism. It is necessary to understand it tot either favor or oppose this wonder ful organization for social ibetter ment-this political party which seeks to eductate not atlone its own members, but the world, that is today the strongest progressive force. N. A. Richardson can tell you all about it in such a manner that you will never forget the les son he is admniruly prepared to teach. Every clergynman, every teacther, every student should hear him. Lecture is free with small purchase of literature. HOW IS YOUR FIRE INSURANCE? McIntosh & Fisher 115 Higgins Aveinue. DON'T PUT IT OFF Order The Best Mill Wood Now $3.75 Per Load INTERSTATE LUMBER COMPANY Bell 106 Ind. 742 AUTO STAGE Ravalli to St. Ignatius. Meets all trains J. C. LUALLIN Telephone., tvalll Ihotel. IHe adquanrters, Ravalll, Mont. AUTO STAGE RAVALLI TO POLSON Stevens-)Duryen, 7-P'assenger Touring Car Making Daily Trips. JO)l IROIBITS, Prop. Meets 41 \Vest-bound, and 42 East botunld. Careful Drivers AUTO STAGE RAVALLI TO POLSON Overland Car Passengers from 41 In the morning and makes 42 in the evening. Careful Drivers J. N. DUDLEY, Pronm R. G. HULL Auto Service Itavalll, Montana Daily trips across the reservation. First-class service. Careful drivers. IRA SALSBURY Auto Service Ravalli to Poison Headquarters, St. Ignatius FRANK LATIMER Is still on the RAVALLI-POLSON AUTO STAGE LINE Headquarters POLSON - - - MONTANA Bateman Transportation Co. Stage and Auto Service be tween Ravalli and Poison Connects at Ravalli with Northern Pacific trains east and west. Con nects at Poison with the Klondyke steamer. RavallL. Montana. MISSOULIAN WANT ADS BRING QUICK tRESULTS CLUB CIGAR STORE POPULAR RESORT FOR MEN. MISSOULIAN HEADQUARTERS ALL PERIODICALS AND NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE W.B. M'Laughlin Proprietor HAMILTON, MONTANA EXTRACT FROM "Proceedings of Franklin Institute" "Ulld~ Ii n ir enstances should u rnin or offi oo bie }eatvd exclu siv\ ly y dlir' t ruldiation froln ex iosed stl'am radliators or pipes. It is o.- of lthe most unhealthy, kill ing ysttPIlls in eXistenc." I.E\\IS \V. LEEDS. ci'nsulting l ngineer of Ventilation and hilating for U. S. Treasury )lpartmen it. HIave REID, THE TINNER Install a warm-air furnace in your homi,, and ritain your health. Tel. 635 Pattee St. Garden City Auto Repair Shop 107 Pattee Street The best equipped shop in western Montana. Light machine and automobile re pairing and overhauling. S. G. CHAFFEY, Mngr. MISSOULA ART CO. Cameras and Supplies Developinagfor f a' l ;'.