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IMARSHALL Hot Cakes and Syrup For the Cakes Buy Aunt Jemima's Pancake flllr packages, 2 fur 25c; sak, 35c. Shaw's Panake Flour, paickage, 20c. 3uckwheat Flnr, si ck, 60c. For the Syrup Buy "swoet Laventldr," quart, 25c 50c half gallon, 90c gallon. "Bear" Brand Maple, 40, 75, $1.40. Pure Maple "Vermont Maid" brand, quart, 5I c; half gallon, $1. Did You Ever Hear Anyone Say that they were sorry they opened a savings account? Why don't you open one now? 3 Per Cent Interest on Savings The First National Bank Missoula, Montana. TOTAL RESOURCES $12,000,000. TRADE AT Schlossberg's Make Your OLLARS OUBLE UTY Nowhere in Missoula can you get such classy coats, suits and dresses for the money. Well tailored snappy coats, $18 .I)O0 values ................. 0 0 Swell models, Skinner sat in lined coats and suits; $25.00 $15.00 values ................... 0 Stylish coats that others ask $15; we sell for ..W..... . 0.00 Up to date serge dresses, all colors; worth 25 per cent more; $7 C5 up from .................. . Ladies' and misses' Mack from ............................ • We carry a line of made millinery that is up to the minute in every way. Oxy Acetylene Welding Plant REPAIRS, TIRES, SUPPLIES, ETC CHICAGO GARAGE Open for business day or night. 228 West Main. Bell Phone R0n. Ind. 1777 HENLEY, EIGEMAN & CO. GROCERS 115 Higgins Avenue Bell Phone 87; Ind. Fhone 474. Thk best of Everything in the Market SEND YOUR PARCEL POST MAIL ORoDEr3 TO SIuth's-Drug Stores FOR DRUGS, KODAKS AND SARBER SUPPLIES. On the a-no Abeaut The mails are heavy, though it's not Ithe Merry t'hristmas season; the postal clerks look worn DID YOU and hot and there's a GET ONE right good season; the mail sacks bulge with teeming load and make the poor .lirks grumble; the rural wagons hit the road with all-protesting grumble: th0e ,arriers stop at every door, as o'.r their roultes they travel; and as they walk their feet get sore, on con critte' or on gravel: the couintry if fii's are ple: kedi, each box conltains a letter; the mailman's aching spine is i lacked and don't get any better; the farmer elts his weekly mail, with fretting and with fussing; he reads a card, then he turns pale-and next he starts to cussing; for everybody in the town and in the country. too, sir; finds, very plahinly written downn, that taxes are now due, sir; each citizen receives a card, signed by the i f-same part lty: althouglh his l:bank roll it hits hard, he has to, see Mc t'airthy'. 'Ihe Average ('itizen feels it a part of his civic duty to kick when he pays I his taxes. The receipt HARD of the treasurer's no JOLT tice that taxes are due is the signal for a gen eral uprising and the treasurer, if one \\re to believe all he hears, woull be in danger of lynching. Bult, iafter Ith( first bilaze is over, % the tret:surc.r is safe. 'robably that is vwhy hlie sends out his notices so eaurly. It gives tile Average (itizen a chance to cool off before he has to walk up to the courthouse and set tie. There is not Inuch complaint when the citizen feels that he is get ting something for his mloney. He nants gotod roads and he wants good gove\rnlent. If he gets these and \\hat they inmply he is pretty well satisfied. And there can be no ques t :is to Missoiula 'llnty 's getting, (beter :valueh- for liier investment these days than she usedtl to get. The roads are good inl Missoula county now and there is niot mnluchtronlpotint-thateir ries wneight--regarding the county goyvernmeint. Treasurer McC(arthy has to hear all the blame-but that is one of the perquisites of his office. lie Is held personally responsible for the taxes. BIut he can stand that. Ite Is optimistic and bhlieves that the de. lintuent list this year will be smaller thean it has been ini many years. Y'iars a es, the ciiioltv t(reastu hr usetd to, .,ll t hoth the illtV a1 1 tllhe city taxes. The notice TWO OF which he sent out car THEM ried the total of the two lixvie. There are a good mlany folks who get fooled by the new ctustomn, under which the county notices and those of the city are sent on different cards. When a sran receives his card and sees that the amount is only about half what he exptiected, he is inclined to cele brate until he is reminded that there is another card comning and that it will carry the anmlllut of his city tax. Then he. cools off and waits for the second shock. Py the time he has received and digested both cards and their contents, lie is satisfied that his taxes are enough--and he calls off the celebration. The rural citizen Is spared this experience. He doesn't get the second notice, unless he has built up a balance which places him In the capitalistic class and causes him to nmakte siine city investments. But the fellow wtho lives In the city--he gets two notices and they are good and plenty, the tliv' of themll. However, even for thle poor city resl dents, there is hope. The situation is improving. The city GETTING trca isu ry is showing BETTR hetter atill the while, and when Missoula gets on a cash hasis, as she will very soon, there will be a respite. Each Smonth lately has shown an improve ment. The, cost of maintaining the city is lessening under the present method of handling. The indebted ness is being lessened in big chunks. Ione of these days weill wake up with a balance in the bank. And then there will hbe some fun in teing alive. tIot we'll have to keep digging for awhile and we have ne-ver dug as tnc'i(ssfully as we are doing under lit crlltlnissi'ni government. T'I. M:issoula Audit Co',. ';tis opened ; in 'fi·, ' in the r.tasotnic te ,,pie, rtoom 14, ad ;'e p'repared to :tudit the b,,oks of corporatilons or firs, fur lnish 'olliete finalnial statements, (oIen and close hOIks, furnion trial ostbalancels landt mlake out monthly state n"uits. All business private and con fidential . Mr. A. L. Davis, \\ho is in ,'harge ,f the work, has had many yrslls' 'experiencle as an expert ac countant :anti as traveling auditor of thle reve",i ,:lartmllIt of the U. S. ,vernmnit, 'rod \o IlI te pleased to call pn llyou andl fllrnish estimatgs. --Adv. U 3se Bassett'a the Original Native IHrbs for constiation and rheuma tlsm: 50 tablets of st 25c at all drug Boly F,'rats, the 15c sn.oke, by the box-' ,.s for $1.15, 5o, $2.2; postage) jrluntd Garden ity Drrn Co-Advy. ANOrA ARr2W ANOK 4w ARROW V /COLLAR thaste, Pebody t Co.* l*., Makesr 5c EACH To close out the 10l size of Prince Charles Cigars We Offer Them at less than wholesale cost. This is an excellent domestic cigar and in first-class condition. This sale be gins Saturday. Missoula Drug COMPANY Wholesale and Retail. Missoula Montana MINES RESCUE I[ AN TELLS OF PRACTICE Mines Resc(uie C(ar No. 5 returned through illssoula yesterday on its way to the mines district in Idaho, where its crew \\-ill coiplote the course of rescue and first-aid education am oong the miners. This work was begun last March ant] will ibe completed in four wxeek.s, I)irector Anderson says. An in terrllption camne 10 days ago whenl the car was sumll)moned to It.ck lSrings, Wyo., to take part in a Jpractice rescue mllaneluVr. The ground chosen for this workout afforded a rigid itest of the ability of thle govecnlment rescuers. An old mine, ablandoned for 15 yenars and now filled with fire damp, which is chemically carbon dioxide and deadly when Ireathed, was imaginarily filled with entrappel, d mlillers. Therp were a dozen mien of the mines bureau on the ground iiitd they worked with their oxygen miacin tces, salfety lantern aind other ap iparatus f'or the education of a half hun td.red cmirners. After leaving the Idaclho district the car will go to Butte. HAIR HINTS WORTHY THE ATTENTION OF PEOPLE WHO WISH TO PRESERVE THE RAIR. Ne\ver use a brush or (cimb found In public plahles; they are usually cov ered with dandruff germis. Shlampoo the hair every two weeks with pure soup and water, or a good ready Ilrlepared shampoo. Use Parisian Iage every day, rub bing thoroughly into the scalp. This delightful and invigorating hair tonic, which (tcorge FIreisheimter sells in a large 50-cetl bottle, is guaranteed to quickly tabolish dandrutff-to stop hair frnom falling and sealp from itening or moneyI refunded,. To p)ut life and hetauty into dull, dry or failed hair and mlaklie it soft 'nd fluffy surely use Pari.ian Sage-it is non of tIh quickest acting hair tonics known.-- Av. SHOOT VALUABLE CALF DO CARELESS HUNTERS (areless hunters last week shot a valuaibble ye.arling Jersey calf in mis take for a deer on the ranch belonging to Dr. W. P. 4lills near Lolo. Dr. Mills is highly indignant, because he has signs, "No Hunting Allowed," posted throughout his premises, and the tresspassing huniters left the calf lying wounded to die alone after days I f suffering. "It was not so much the money value of the animal," said the doctor yesterday, "although it inTant several hundred dollars and the loss (f an especially fine strain that I wished to preserve in my herd, but it was the cruel carelessness of the hunters in leaving the anilnal in the brush to suffer that makes me boil with indignation." They Make You Feel Good. The pletsant purgative effect pro ltucel bIy C'hamberlain's Tablets and the. healthy condition of body and mind which they create make one feel joyful. For sale by all druggists. --Adv. TWO ROAD PETITIONS BREAK DULL ROUTINE ('hairman Nelson and Commislsioner Ilynn ansuwered to roll call yesterday at the regular Monday session of the coullty board, ('omnmissiloner McQuar rie being ullnable to be present. There was little business transacted other (than routine matters. Two road pe titions were received and each was or I dered filed. One was the petition of E. E. Hershey and others for a road to be l)pened from a Ipoint on Howell street and to run south on a section line between the Kelley and Hlumlble ranches. The other petititon was from John A. Shaughnessy asking for a new road running lorth and south for hallf a mile between sections 35 and 36 of township 4 north, range 20 west. COTTAGE PRAYER MEETING. A committee of north-side people have announced that If the Lord Is willing, there will be cottage prayer meeting at the home of Mrs. E. (Ire! ser, 1320 W'orden avenlue, Thurauay evening. Everyone is Invited. DOURQJ L[T IRES AS SES SENTENCE JUDGE IN FEDERAL CbURT MAKES SHORT WORK OF ROU TINE BUSINESS. Considerable business was dis patched by Judge Bourquin in the United States district court yesterday and so swiftly did thy wheels of justicet grind along that with a short forenoon session tihe cases pending on tih cal endar were wiped off the slate right up to the first case for trial, this to begin this morning. F. W. Kuphal was appointed court crier by Judge itour quin yesterday and Mijor Samuel 13el lew was in his place as court bailiff. Two more Missoula attorneys, Ralph A. Arnold and James L. Wallacace, were admitted to practice before thel court yesterday. The first order of business was the appearance of several defendants for sentence, they having been convieted of selling, giving away or introducing liquor-the charge being a little dii ferent in each case-on the Flathead Indian reservation. Isadore Sorrill, John McDonald and Pete Matt were before the court and each was sen tented to serve 60 days in the eunty .ail here and to pay a fine of $100 and costs of the suit. Judge Bourquin in quired very carefully into the manner 'of living and business arrangements of the defendants and each sentence was ato mntpanied with a sound lecture dhe livered earnestly and in a tmost kindly spirit. In the case against Smith and( Man suir, the defendants were discharged and(] the case dismissed because of the death of George Miller, the most im portant a\itness for the governmllent and without whom, the district atlor ney thought, a conviction wa:, ini : sible. There were three petitions in bank ruptey considered, the petition luing granted in each case. P. J. Ilines tof tHobson, Fergus county, says his liltbili ties are $660 and his assets are $1,322; D. If. Stiles of Kalispell presents liabil ities of $4,840 and assets of $3.125: Alt nor Case of (onrad has $1.722.1t iln liabilities and $665 in assets. The Jury. The jurors summoned and retained on the list to serve during this term of tourt, men who come fmon all see tihus of western Montana, are as fol lows: .1. D. 'orbett, C. B.' Effingter, J. t. Fitzlatrick, W. H. Gorham. fG. It. Herrick, S. E. Merrill, Donald Mor rison, J. S. Moore, G. A. Peiase, Willard Tiffany, W. L. Ward, P. E. Barnes, L. F. c':arov, John Egan, W. WV. Keoney. Peter I.yneh, '. D. D MeLeod, J. J. Me i)onall, N. 1. iRingling, I-. E. Rfted, J. A. Rockafellow and Fred 2. Smith. "THE RAINBOW" It has been said that wherever pre sentedl, "The Rainhtow" has been hailed as the finest thing that Henry Miller has ever done and the role it gives the star is rank.l as the miost appealing he has played since he pro duced "Heartgease" more than a dozen years ago. If Yin saw the play last night the significance of this must have come to you forcibly enough. If you did it see the per for.manco you missed ,nec of the best thinsa that the seaston has jo offer. It will he a long time before the mov ing pictures, even with their talking lmac.hine accornpan: t lt. can take the place of such a play is Henry Miller, so ably assisted by lli:th Chatterton and a. cast that was iwell balanced throughout, presented it the Missoula theater last evening. Miller is add ing to his fame through the medium of this new vehicle, 'The Rainbow," which Is so slmple as to, mean notth ing, or at least to fall very flat, with out it is presented by i;rtists. In ad dition to the acting the istuming and staging osf the piece w\- perfect or as nearly so as stage Iprolrties can be made. Did Henry .\ll' ir "get" .su last night? He didn'l get "us" until the last--at least not iniuo-and then he got "us" good and plenty. The play was o such intense interest that not many stopped t,, thing or ask themselves how it gt is name until the final curtain. .A I:ur-sied audi ence attended last niglit PASLEY CASE CONTINUED. The case of Mary E I lasley against the Missoula Street Railway company was taken up in department No. 1 of the district court yeslteday but upon the proper showing leine. made it was continued until October il9. The plain tiff is seeking to recover $15,000 for al 'leged injuries sustalllnd in a street car accident. Several other civil e(;ies were con tinued in hoth departell.nts of the dis trict court yesterday. but nothing of importance resulted. .1 ldge Duncan admitted the following ito citizenship: Carl Theodore WVilliam Werner, Ger many; Peter Sichlveland. Norway; Ole Ilalvarsan Jamtvit, N',ircay; Hans 01 son, Norway; Mons Nelson, Norway; Carl Hugo Nathaniel Ilrancsen, Swe den; Felix Moser, (termany; Giovanni D'Orali, Italy; John Ilapttist Leonard, Canada; Alfred Bauer, Poland; Ben Jamin Gross, Russia; Leopold Rufen Women's Confidence in the effiacy of this thoroughly tried home remedy is never misplaced. In every way--in health, strength, spir its and In looks-women find them selves better after timely use of BECHAMS PILLS L fedw .wwwrbh I h .new U gi/. Landmarks of Typewriter Progress Such are all the recent developments of the Rem ington (Visible Models 10 and 11) IlntII /Among these developments are: The Built-in Decimal Tabulator-which makes the decimal tabulating mechanism an integral part of the typewriter. The Tabulqtor Set Key-which eliminates all hand setting of the tabular stops. The Column Selector-which determines, by the stroke of a single key, the exact pdint on each line where the writing is to begin. 0 The Adding and Subtracting Remington (Wahl Mechanism) --which combines in one typewriter, and in one operation, the functions of the writing machine and the adding machine. Every one of these new ~ .-. developments is an evidence S"- of the perpetual leadership of the Remington Typewriter. Illustrated booklet descrip tive of all recent Remington improvements, sent on request. Remington Typewriter Company (Incorporated) 105 WEST BROADWAY, BUTTE, MONT. W. J. Grover, Resident Salesman, Missoula, Mont. Phone 334-BIk. P. O. Box 1012. ach, Poland; Stanislaus Otto, Poland; Charles May, Russia; Anton Ander son, Norway. hIunt's Peerf et Iak i owder Flavori'nxtracts Pure Wholesome Economical See that these are down on your next Grocery" order. "They Never Disappoint" Chronic Dyspepsia. The following unsolicited testimon ial should certainly be sufficient to give hope and courage to persons af flicted with chronic dlyspepsia: "I have bet~n a chronic dyspeptic for years, and of all the medicine I have taken, c'hamberlain's Tablets have done mie more good than anything e'se," says V, C. Mattison, No. 7 Sherman St., Hlorhellsville, N. Y. For sale bY all druggists.-Adv. Why Experiment? W HAT is the use in wast ing time and money in useless experimenting with unknown brands of flour? You injure your own digestion, you ruin your wife's patience, you spoil your cook's disposition. When you or der flour, order Missoula, then you'll be certain to get good flour. ASK Yon You'll get a flour with an gtab FOR lished reputation for quality. ~Ou 'll" MIsouULA get a flour you can depend upon. FLOUR You'll be satisfied. It is folly to experiment under these conditions. Western Montana Flouring Co. HOW IS YQUR FIRE INSURANCE? McIntosh' & isher 116 Higgtih Avenue. FOR GOOD SODA WATER Export Bohemian R.'. Wines, Liquors aand CLieare. Order 4 . . " J. E. POWER Missoula. Montana. ."