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F siv Atia TI4Ift TAUBbrEs m.milton, April .28.-(Speciai.)-Ir win-' ayden, secretary of the Hamil ton Clahmber of Commerce, is fearful th 4 bits vaunted reputation as a chicken. culturist is badly shattered. F'or several moons he had labored' con scientiously and industriously with his pens of egg-producers, until his fame covered the entire valley, only to see all shattered by the vagaries of a trusted incubator. The incubator failed him at a critical moment, and for what reason the secretary lknows not. IHe stated this morning that he could :magine a half-dozen r:easonr why so many expensive eggs failed to deliver a robust chicken, but that he was not pertain of one. Some time ago he loaded the. incubator with 172 eggs. The seventh day gave him 98 fertile. eggs. This number twas cut down to 69 on the 14th day. He be came troubled when the 21st day rolled around with not an egg pipped. His spirits brightened when on the next day one egg began to crumble. That evening Hayden owned a robust, downy chick, the lone survivor of a pi.ospective flock. Hayden figures that this lone chicken cost him $275, not counting the dreary wait of more than two weeks and the humiliation. 1-e felt so good over the hatch that he gave the chicken away, fearful that the hoodoo which has restel over the incubator would blight its costly life if he kept it. The above is enough grief for any strongly constituted booster, but Hay. den was to see more unloaded upon his sturdy shoulders. In an effort to improve his new home he set out 12 trees, shattering the Sabbath day in his efforts to get them into the ground. After he had them all nicely located in the ground Harry lord came along with his transit to rurvey the Haydcn ranch. When Lord ran Hayden's property line he showed the secretary how he had presente.d the city of Hamilton with seven of the best trees in the collection, for that many trees were already taking root! .,n the wrong side of the property line. Tomorrow will be tree-moving day on the Hayden premises. DARBY NOTES Darby, April 28.--(Special.)-J. E. Smith, proprietor of the (:ottage hotel, Hamilton. was in the city Saturday evening. Attorney S. O. Johnson of Hamilton eame up last evening to deliver the address for the anniversary of the I. O. O. F. in their hall here. Forest Sheritt and wife are in the city. Harry South, Dick Parmenter, S. A. Wheeler, W. A. Grush and It. H. Nichols took a trip up to Ross' Hole in Mr. Parmenter's auto yesterday. They went up to look over a number of beef cattle that Mr. Wheeler has just purchased there. George McCary, Helena; .W. E. Hardesty, 'St. Louia; J. M. Henic, L. O. Campbell and Lee' Flagat, Stevens ville, are registered at the Priscilla. The 1. 0. O. IO. . lodge here held a very pleasant intertainment, it being their annual anniversary of the found ing of the order. E. J. Highwarden, the liveryman, took a party of tourists up the West Fork last evening. John Logan was in the city today on ,business. The noon train from Missoula, which was discontinued last fall from its run between Darby and Hamilton, made its first trip Sunday on the new schedule. Hereafter it will arrive here at 11:30 a. m. and leave at 1:30 p. m, giving it two hours between arrival and departure. This makes it conven ient for Darby people and is greatly appreciated. "Oh Girls! Do Try GETS-IT for Corns" The New-Plan Corn Cure-No Fuss, No Pain, Sure and Quick. You never used anything like "GETS-IT" for corns before! You're sure at last that every stubborn corn that you've tried so long to get rid of is a "goner." You apply "GETS-IT" "How I Did Suffer From Corns for Years!' 'GETS-IT' Got Them All in a Few Days!" in two seconds, that's all. "GETS-I ;' does the rest. There's no more fuss ing, no more bandages to fix, no more salves to turn the flesh red and raw. No more plasters to get misplaced and preaM on the corn. No more "pulling," no mnore pain, no more picking and gouging, no more razors. "(GETS-IT" stops pain, shrivels up the c.prn, and the corn vanishes. "Gl iS-IT" never fails, is harmless to healhy flesh. Warts, calluses and bunipns disappear. "GETS-IT" Is sold at drug stores at 25c a bottle, or sent on receipt of price by E$ La elsbe & Co., Chicago: Sold in .Missoula by George Frels helmer. JUDGE M'CIR LOCH TO 'AC JU MA74CM E'OC'IETY IN ° 1tkrff IdR' DotINQUr i N iTl. Hamilton, April 28-(S'eoiaa)--As soon as tHe Ravalli Count, i`itirtafne society is completely organi-tevl t Is expected that Judge R. Lee McCul loch will' appoint a committee of sev en to work in conjunction with the society in looking after delinquent cl;ildren. Such a committee is pds sible under the juvenile court act, passed by the legislature in .1911. This committee has never been appointed in Ravalli county, but Judge McCul :och stated at the meeting on Satur day venuing, whien steps were taken for the organization of a county hu tr.ane s(ctety, that he would appoint such a committee as soon as the so cit'y w',s in w\oiking condif:n. Attorney C. M. Parr of this city compiled the juvenile court act of the state and labored for Its passage. In speaking this morning of the law, At torney Parr stated that the law made it an offense in the state to place a child under 17 years of age behind the bars. The law provides for the appointment of a committee of seven to act in conjunction with a humane society and the district court in see ing that the law is obeyed. A coun ty with a population of more than 40,000 is entitled to two probation of ficers, the first to receive a salary of $1,800, the second a salary of $1,200. One probation officer is allowable in a county of Ravalli county's popula tion. Mr. Parr states that the law was framed for the protection of the child and provided that a child is never taken into open court, but instead lis case is handled in the judge's chain bers. All mention of the word "crime" is eliminated. In other words, cases are handled under the law in the same manner that parents are sup posed to handle the disciplining of their children. The court stands in the position of a foster father to the child, protecting and assisting in every possible way. HAMILTON BRIEFS Hamilton, April 28 - (Special.) John Edgemond, principal of the Flor ence school, spent yesterday in this city with his wife and son, who are at the local hospital. Last evening John Bates received a telegram which stated that his wife was very low at the Warm Springs asylum. Today he received another telegram which stated that she was much improved. Mrs. Bates was tak en to the asylum last week. 'Byron's 'Trot~badours will give a musical entertainment on Friday evening, May 2, at the Lucas opera house. These musicians are to be brought to Hamilton by Pringle & Ir win, of the Family theater. E. E. Miller and W. M. Noble, who are employed in the office of the Bit ter Root Valley Irrigation company at hitter Root, spent yesterday with their families in this city. Frank Inbusch and Miss Dixie W4ill son of this city attended the dance at the Bitter Root Inn on Saturday evening. The Hamilton school band returned xcrterday from Victor. where th:a or Sganization furnished music for the in terscholastic mee,. Louis Downing, Fiovd Siencer and Carriei Iddings rmotored to Missoula y a tlday in the to mir'n :uoitmobml' . Arthur Roman aill Charley .Ig.ils tine have ordered new motorcycles, wlich are expected to arrive this week. ' . . . . "- - I IN SUPERIOR ,Superior, April 28.--(pecial.)-The Iron Mask Mining company of Carter broke through the raise on the 23d, and quite a large quantity of rich ore is being taken out daily. Court was called at 4 p. m. on Tues day, April 22, to hear the case of IHol lis vs. Graham. Both parties were put under $100 bonds to keep the peace, and the case was dismissed. P. A. Pelky was a Garden city visitor last 'week. The county superintendent of schools,' Mrs. Reinhard, was in town on ,business Tuesday. A meeting of the school board was held. William McBride of Missoula spent a busy week in Superior overseeing the erection of a new modern bunga low in east town. Deputy County Attorney Marlowe 'was iri town on business this week. A son was born on Tuesday to Mr. an.fmMrs. R. Rowdthy of Iron Moiun tain. Dr. Fuller of Missoula was at tending physician, and reported mother and son doing nicely. Jack. Minnehan of Missoula has takenr the contract to paint the new home of William McBride, also the contracts for the painting of the new additions to the business houses of A. P. Johnston and Joe Scharette. The business men of Superior took a trip on the new auto stage of Mc Millan & Fletcher's to Carter, and all enjoyed a very pleasant trip. REPAIRING THE DIAMOND. Hamilton, April 28-(Special.)-A number of local baseball players put in considerable time yesterday getting the old baseball grounds in condition for games this season. Owing to the fact that South Seventh street cuts across third base of the old diamond .it is necessary to put the diamond on an angle to keep third base inside the street line. The diamond as it is now laid out will be as good as the for mer field when it is worked down a little. STRIKE SPREADING. Beuthen, Germany, April 28.-The coal strike In Prussian Silesia Is spreading rapidly. The total number who have laid down their tools .s now .54,000. . - WR Il NID (F WIift HIGH SCHOOL WORK RETARDED BY LACK OF PROPE'R SORT OF QUARTERS. * Wallace, April 28-(Special.-)Wal lace is much in need of n new high. school building in the opinion of Ben Jamin W. Lehman, formerly of this city, now professor of English lan guage in the University of Idaho at Moscow. Mr. Lehman is inspecting Coeur d'Alene high schools at the present time. At the end of a day's visit in Wallace high school he had much good to say of both teachers and students. He found much to commend in the program of study and presentment, but he could not down in his own mind the opinion that pro gress was being retarded by lack of quarters. In his talk to the high school stu dents, Professor Lehman spoke of the relations of the school and the uni versity, and of the work at Moscow. He outlined the trend of higher edu cation and emphasized the value of the ideals it fostered. THOMPSON FALLS Thompson Falls, April 2S-(Spe cial.)-Grace Graham of the high school spent Sunday visiting her brother's family at White Pine. Mabel -lHerriott came' down from Perma Friday to stay over Sunday with her mother. Marion Larson arrived from Trout ('reek on No. 6 Sunday. Liveryman E. Preston has pur 'chased five work horses in anticipa tion of work starting on the dam proj ect this summer. The pupils of Maude Sullings fur nished an interesting exercise at the song service Sunday evening. J. T. Spencer, formerly editor of the Ledger, but now\ conducting a paper at Bridger, Mont., arrived Saturday and disposed of his property opposite Len Smith's place to Eugene Preston. Mrs. Lora La Mance of Joplin, Mo., will give a temperance lecture Friday evening at the M. E. churlmmh. A. B. Bailey and Alden, Jr., started on their long journey to Vermont on Sunday morning. Marguerite Tilton returned Sunday from a short trip to Plains and her former home at O()live. Master Georgie Potter had two fin gers cut deeply whilhe laying Indian with other small Iboys, some of whom used the hatchet in the real Indian style. Mrs. Grandchamp, Sr., has been quite sick for the past few days. Anmong the Thomlpson lodge moem hers visiting Plains Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Angst, Mr. and Mrs. John Brauer, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. ILux, Mr. and Mrs. N. IT. Morgan, Mines. Anderson and Celia Preston and Eth el Lutton. S('lara Melton, the housekeeper at Peek's hospital, takes a better posi tion near Missoula the first of May. Byron's Troutladours w\ill give their musical entertainlellnt lIt Doenges' hall Thursday evening, May 1. This number bids fair to be among the Ibest ever making the town, and probably the last good entertainlent for the season. TO TAKE EXAMINATION. Hamilton, April 26--(Spe. ial.) Tloyd Rolberts and Inman Crut(chfield of this city have gone to Vaneu'ver 1arracks, \Washington, where thay will he examined for admlission to the IUnited States military academy at West Point. The fornmer is a grad uate of the local high school, hav'ing entered the University of Mm1tana last fall. tie is a son of W. II. Roh rts1, a merchant of this city. Inman r'rutchfield is a son of Mrs. ('harles ('rutchfield and is a student ill the local high school. The two you.ang m11:. weret recomnl,,ended for appoint ment to a I Vest Point cadetship 1b Senator II. L. Myers. DEATH IS SUDDEN. I laiilton, April 28.-r( i , ial.) 01iver M. Salisbury of Cha;rlos. \lho is .f the sudden death from poncllnonina if hte sudden death from lineimnlllai; of Superintendent Pierson of the Beo loi', Vis., schools. Superintcendent Piersl n owneid a tract of orchard land on Charlos Heights and was known to mlanly here. lie had considered put ting in an alpplieation for th: slllrin tendelloy of the local schools, priovided Sllerintendent Schwarln was not a cndildate for re-election. NEW LAW PARTNERSHIP. Ilamiilton, April 2S.-(Special.) - The law firm of Woody & Woody of Mis :ot ia has formed a law partnersnhip with Attorney C. M. Parr of this city, to go into effect on May 1, 1913. In speaking this morning of the partner ship Attorney Parr stated that c. flees (\ould be maintained by the firm in Missoula and Hamilton and that the local office would he in heargc of hilmself. The new firm will be known Iy the name, Woody, Parr & \Voody. "Just 8ay" HORLICK'S It WIans OrI andu Barnine IMALTD iLK M - Tai AMr All rA. re hsrtbhan Tea or Cofee. M -poidu f...a ......... " A tS@ gokk e ap ýa1 ý :0M1uu 0ýrr~a#mr makes soft water available everywhere Every woman knows the luxury of having soft water at her command, especially for washing clothes, but Nature has denied this luxury to many, especially to those living in cities or in "hard water" countries. However, everywoman can have soft water in her home with little trouble and less expense. The sprinkling of Gold Dust washing powder in the water from your taps or well will make it as soft as the rain water that falls from the clouds. Gold Dust takes out the mineral substances that make the water hard and brings out the greatest cleansing The GolDu.t Twiw value. Do not use Soap. Naphtha. Borax. Soda, Ammonia or Kerosene with Gold Dmut. Gold Dost haa all desirable cleansing qualities in Sperfectly harmless and lasting form. "Let the GOLD DUST TWINS do your work" THOMAS PELKEY HURT IN DYNAMITE MISHAP ttevens\,iile, .\ Prit 2S--(Speclal.)- Thomas 1 el'key, it man aIged hihit t0 yllars, was broug'ht into town today fronlt the Willo.gldly orchards, a few mliltes SOllthelast (,i this lilty, sullff. ring 1r1omn thlo effects of it dynlamite ' hlast sustained while Idunlting trees. Pel key was using the explosive, attached to fuses, to dig holes for the tree.s, and lighted the fuses. All the chalrges save one 1 explodled and the manl stood over tlhe unexploded charge, it half stick of dynamlite. to see \\'y it had not been dislciarged, only to he stlruck in the a1'c( Il. Sallly s 1and dirlt ,'s the dynamite let . :o \\ithout \\larnlling. The only ilnjury ricei\'ed by 'Pelkey was that to his faeo, Ills skin ittling bally pelppered by the flying dirt and his eyes filled. Jle will 1(e ou It in 1 few days, none the o\\rse for the mishl p.lll. That the nlln dlid not rIelt r Illmore serhm1 s injuries 1s regarded as ilrac 11l01I8. ALBERTON I \lbertini, April 20 --i pet at. l---Mris. 1.. I. iuiIsaslloe \\las a w\eek-end guest at the homlne f Oscar Pietersonll (I ltaugan. T'he stork called at the home of It. C. Bennett ln April 23 and left a 10-pound lhy. Mother and child are doing nicely. Little Alice Moore, who was taken to St. Patrick's hospital, a sufferer from pneumonia. is slowly improving. Mesdames lBartlett, Vittersneck, Close and Pearl were Missoula shop pers on Thursday. Rev. Mr. Scott held services here the first three i\cinlngs last week. On Thursday afternoon the TLadies' Aid held a reception for him in Bestwick hall, which was largely attended and a very enjoyabhl afternoon spent by all. Mrs. B. G(. Slater is the guest of Mrs. Charles iHealy at l)eer Ioodge. There was a very large attendance at the annual ball given by the Ii. of R. T. in Atherton opera house on Thursday e\vning. A nclllller of )out of-town guests attended. The hall was leautifully decorated, the color schernme being green and red, carried out by the use of lanterns having green and red globes. The rear wall was fes nrmned with pine and cedar, while a headlight occupied a promiinent place on the front wall. Lester Wood acted( as master of ceremonies and distrib uted carnations t(i those present. Jack Miller. at one timin operator In the local office here, cnd Miss Lois tay of Sulperiocr ,were matrried Wednes day and \\'ill reside at Miles City, \whe(re te granc11i is employe,(id. Charles Itolton and wife we're Alber ton visitors on Thtursdaly. They re cently purccha, sed Joseph Vacheran's property in Flast Alberton. Mrs. I). Maloy of Deer cl.itde is vis itlng her sister, Mrs. J. MW. Schlatterer. Miss KIate Ray of tSupterior was a visitor on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fullerton are about to remove here fro, Dooeer Lodge. They will occupy r'. E. Robilnson's residence on Lothrop avenue. Mrs. E. M. McClain and son, Clifton, have gone to Missoula to visit the former's mother, Mrs. Dore, who has just returned from a winter's sojourn in California. Mr. Lee of St. Regis was here to at tend the trainmen's ball and visit his sister. Mrs. Will Underhill. Guy Lovlcy is remodeling his resi dence in iast Alberton. IHis mother is expected here soon to live with him. E. L. Markham returned on Mon day from Aberdeen. Idaho, where he went to look after his farmn. Edith Aldrich was a Missoula visitor today. W. S. (ireeley, passenger conductor on the Milwaukee, will take two months' leave of absence and Con ductor W. 1. Oummins will substitute for him. MANY ELIMINATED: Washington, April 2R.-Secretary Lane told Secrethry Kern that to man would he appointed commissioner of pensions who was not a civil war *Veteran. Thls would eliminate many aandldatca ' MRS. BURNETR IESI AT IAMiLI OLD RESIDENT OF MISSOULA AND BITTER ROOT CALLED TO HE'R REWARD. Hamilton, April 28.-(Special.)--4Mrs. Mar" Burnett. born in Ohio January 25, 1841, and who first calne to L~on tana 35 years ago, died herec at 4 o'clock this afternoon, after a short illness. Death occurred at the home of ,MrS. Burnett's daughter, Mrs. W. P. Giddings, where Mrs. Burnett has been living since she came to Hamilton from Missoula three years ago. She first arrived in Missoula in 1883 and resided in Orchard -Homes there until coming here. She was married 53 years ago and had been a member of the Meth odist l'piscolpal church for 561 years. She was a woman much helo,'ved by all who knew her and her denth cmuses many to mourn in Hlamilltn and vi cinity. Besides the daughter mentioned. Mrs. Burnett is survived by her hus hand, one son, J. V. IhBurnett of Ste vensvi\lle, and two other daughters, Mirs, Martin of this city and Mrs. Katie atorr of Senttle. All were at the denath bed. The funeral will be held at lith Iddings homrne west f town W\'ednes daly afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. l". P. Spe.neer will offlciate and intermentllt will be in the ltiverview i 'evi etery.i SISSON MAKES WAR SPEECH ('Continueld Fll,m page Onoe criminate aga ginst citizens of tile Unitled Stlrtes." "I1 tlhi i'residenl t arnd senate sliiiohli ounoitll themselve\'(is to any other proll osil ion." contlliiiied itr. iasisoni, "wel will hinveo tin rnal l broils it lI11,-1 nl'lid ictllVilt s iniernitil i er li llll o pilienlotilns aind iit'.rmedilling into omir douimestle ''nun' rns ol'ersionloed lby lhe nstantliiil ol'rill:lilS t iisof (lh' llilil laind o iwlers Ii1 his Ola in goiv'rlllliilli . "I n' ,ild io iJ ntllal l i ilt ' e i11i al riiights w ithI outlrslviis. I woI ul i1ias lilc ly 'resent a denl t . l na d from1 oll giivrllie tit itnli til pil n to per it l il n Ameria' n r tiuillizen lit i land in .I;iliii contrary tl o Ithe laws of Jlllapin as I do 11 ly resent J pailill 's effI''t s o e ;II lit to s lliilt to h'r demlIIni H. I thill it i, d iuty l' every loral ciitizen o ll l li' 11- rtl es Il stluii for '" I 'illforlti., i l ler tiihlts in this fightt for lher iwn citizensl :olI their diese'endltills." Aboullt half the eI ml,'Lbershil of the Ihouse tll in Imaz;Ielment \' hih Mr. Sissonn tinne11 illrteliy aftelr hIi' session begran took the flour. \\'nriled with a 'tleek of routine tariff debate, moruini hbers paid close atItenltitl i 1t'. Sis S I i' o r ; llnle nll ind his sple 'ch Wii ;u freq1 que ly hH, ,rlter ,,pted h y applauts,. ALLIES READY FOR NEW WAR (Continued From Page One) negrin coist. T'lh rlyyal governmenti of Montrleneiri is invitle'i IIt give : lpromptllll r ily 1to, ihis ,¢enolluuel ntll ionl." 'The llllllonll n repr tlll lllve, in lindon( , I i -.i IwhiI tlis denlu li l was eabled laik fro m I ',l ttliu., sili tudt y. "I have been arderd by mv y gov erninent to protelist formally againlst this unjust ani l i n rel ' llem nlll id a nd onl'e mire to aisk thelih Errop'tiriti piw ers to exarr ini, in ;in lltiltilta le illlln ner ithe vitail qliestioin tof Monlitenegro'.si fiture lr, nd I li plnel thatl in i uon asl lin rl iln foI inrig vwil t other h lt lkun l i al l i's." Are Colds Catching? It is cl;aini tha mot most colds are 'ltalhilIg ailH mllil.i'H , and that one should avohi the ssHOciation of aninyo 1 lwho has aL cold. Nev(er permiit anyone whoi h iast cold to klhiss your child. A void erowdd c:ars alid poorly venllI hI:ltd sleeping roomnl. 'Theoi \when you take a cold get rid of it ns quichk is Ipossileh'. 'hainierlaii.s t'oigh item iedy Ilused as directed will nilo youl Irt throw it off quickly anid( permaiinently. That preparalion always Ians and is pleasant llntl safe to take. I or sale by ail druggists. DECISION AFFECTS THE N. P. (Continued From, Page One) Ni irtiiirn Ptlf'ifi railhay, uit wis in teffort if the stockholders to save tih property in a situation whtre the iprop erty hatd gone into the handsl of a re ceiver and when conditions were stead ily growing worse. Therefore, he add ed, the sale should stand as v\alid against anyone who years after the sale came forward toi attack the act to save the property. Proof of Value of the time-tested, world-tried, home remedy-proof of its power to relieve quickly, safely, surely, the head aches, the sour taste, the poor spirits and the fatigue of biliousness -will be found in every dose of BECCIAM'S PILLS Sel everwhra. I bess, loo., 25e. HIERIA AND DIAL ARE AT OUTS PRESIDENT AND HIS FORMER FELLOW-CONSPIRATOR ARE UP IN ARMS IN MEXICO. \Washington, April 28S.-A rapicdly growing situation in Mulexico City, fraught with friction between the Hulerta and Diaz factions of the pro visional government, is reported It confidential advises and these reports are augmlenlted by agents of the t'ar ranza constitutionalists arriving here. Gonzalers Gante, former Mexican agent here, has been assigned to a special mission, the nature of which is not disclosed, but it is believed he is going to Europe. Reports of the. sitintion in Mexh' t'ity confirm earlier adi'les of the tensity of the relation.s of I i;ia to Illitrta. ].etiweenl the tiwo offic: ials practically all government forces in the federal district have been divided into two armed camps. iluerita has addedl to the infantry at the national palact and Diaz has tentmpll ed mch of the artillery on his estate, Hlaciend:ta lel 'risto, about o nmiles away. Senor Mondl'arn~- n, Iiinister iof w\lar, is iin virtual possessiln of the itc(dll where other artillery is glaricrrd. Officiials of the stiate anld \war doi partme,'nts coniferreld toda)" over the 1pit'rlposeid reletnse of the t an Mlex:nn f.derals hld at 11 l' Paso.. Te.xas, but r:nched 11o deciisIon. NO ONE LOVED THEM. I..lgaisport, tId.. April 2S. Mrs. Nellie Pau.lgh, ti y'eal's ohl, th ,t her" I\\~ o n. 1)so , on d, 12,' :anlt Ilhrht,r i. fromi a bridge iltto ei l t ''r,'cck anild jumped tilto the stream. The mother :111 the yo ngt~ln ,r c.b were dr' nr dl\Vll l lit Inilhit .s\itnt ;ashore'. IRefore thrhwing the bys off the brhdgl, the' tiothetr (11.h 111 thoi \il'.vIStS di ing it beca setl. .e 0) lon h d th 111. 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 Defflebach 317 Higgins Ave. Missoula, Mont. STILL ON EARTH WITH Stove-Length Mill Wood Dry ............................$4,50. per load ;,e ,en ................... $3.71w per load Planer wood ..........$3.75 per load Prompt Delivery. POLLEYS LUMBER CO City Sawmill. Bell Phone 414 SEED POTATOES "EARLY ROSE" Extra choice stock. Lim ited supply. Order early. , ssoua '; ercanti l Missoula Humane Society Officers If you have a case which calls rfor thelr attntioln, notify one of the following: President, Mrs. 1. C. Myers, Bell phone 182 red. First Vice Presldenlt, Mrs. J. C. Anderson, 11ell pihonr 931. Secrond Vice I'resident, Miss Alice Woody, Iell phono 90. Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. H. A. Whleeldon, Iell phone 8562 red. MISSOULA ART CO. Cameras and Supplies Developing for Amateurs Easy for the home folks INSTANT POSTUM No boiling! AUTO STAGE RAVALLI TO POLSON Overland Car Passengers from 41 In the morning and makes 42 in the evening. Careful Drivers J. N. DUDLEY. Pron. Bateman Transportation Co. Stage and Auto Service be tween Ravalli and Poison Connects at Ravalli with Northern Pacific traits east and west. Con nects at Poison with the Klondyke -steamer. Ravalli, Moatan, You Can.n Buy a Better WOMA N' SUIT in Missoula for the price of from $18 to $25 than the suits in Schlossberg's BIG SUIT SALE AT $13.50 THE BEST COATS IN THE CITY $14.75 And there are hundred for you to choose from. I~ý. CLUB CIGAR STORE POPULAR RESORT FOR MEN. MISSOULIAN HEADQUARTERS ALL PERIODICALS AND NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE W.B. M'Laughlin Proprietor HAMILTON, MONTANA THOMPSON'S WHITE LEGHORNS "Best Laying Strain on Earth" No more babhy chicks until May 1. More sold than I can hatch by that time. Plenty of Eggs Single Sotting (15 eggs)-$1.50. 100 Eggs for *7.00. Tylar B. Thompson BONDS LET US WRITE YOUR BONDS Equitable Surety Company Capital $1,000,000. R. M. COBBAN REALTY CO., Agents, Higgina Block. Missoula AUTO STAGE RAVALLI TO POLSON Stevens-Duryen, 7-Passenger Touring Car Making D)aily Trips. JOE ROBERTS, Prop. Meets 41 West-bound, and 43 East bound. Careful Drivers IRA SALSBURY Auto Service Ravalli to Poison Headquarters. St. Ignatius R. G. HULL Auto Service Ravaill, Montana Daily trips across the reservatlom. First-olase service. Caretl .I4vea"r