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' ir ', h it'it it.. il ti. airt I li ' 'aing till lt ilI. tie a t' onfessio th1ts the tIt. I t It', i 'll i o llI et" tt b ult it l le fi-lt - I ti ix-. 't ,rf it. cinitl' Ih'snu b, . t he l \llissoula tllIIr" c 'ill, ltn7 ., +h l st'' muvIl a 'iII ;:int 1 c'pn y. 3l0i11 6 1.t 'ai. t . , frllel . ''l i s 1i,, hl I',l tl! | ' llll ll=ri , : ihout :,Iny of 114h boysI . The shtift g, l gtig-dll 11111 (I10ns, e nd t ot bt i tll se ordinary' st e t110 1 rchin wlIt - ,' lchinrtg. All of theil'ti twl, hlight, i 'r t tl h M.ys. \hSatie pOli l uce began Iuestiolling thoull thte stcref hbet' tlea l . to o a O.Iil" oat. Itit , the leh: nt ' r, lis's ,i th hi.s ito hl " \ I,, h lis s, ptra. ,"td fPlain her M11hh11 il aftir nittilt ll l Ie ri'e court ll hla lifngs. T he hol nt life of the lli " was hlast "iia.bN :i h:tl. iThel streets w 're thin' hlitygrl 'lo . , and lia k ~I' 1"1htu1 1'y ,,ith which toi nla qtluire th t l.l.. Ires e n~ialolll to he ir h 0oni li' ions l hd thtan to I.etty stealing 'T'hi"y described th hir motives well f'liitllh thltnlslvets when they werP ;sked , hi fI ' thei tlk the staff. .Iliis t1, p lv \illth," they t1.l( the T' e hot os t r'e rthleased last .light la itlllelttr ill h lite cat' ll this fil ill COAL! COAL! COAL! lie, t ( ' irn' I Itiilp, $tl, ý uitlset, $I'.;',i; 11 u11 u ti pli $,I; ; I tll'r l'r k,'l,; $i;.i., IT t .r ls, .lpiot c -sh. t1. 1" Sill ith, 1l lltiuu i lih lg I'hot~i lHtll l3 Adv, BIG CLINTON RANCH WILL BE DEVELOPED manlll till hlsi pfart'halsd fromi ( .rl E. outll er al _'1lit-at'rt" Ianllh near ('lilt It Ion. Tl il' l,i irote. rty includes the ohl M[.t.s.rliri, aind 1let'llig rIalches :il111 is I1m' of the fin lst Nieces at, land il lh1 iltlh . W ith the hand \\-elt POTATO CHRISTMAS MAKES MANY REJOICE JORTH COAST PASSENGERS HAVE A DELUIGHTFUL EXPERIENCE BETWEEN STATIONS. A bit Ielated is tht stllry of onre t, he most delightful ('hristinas-eve |ele tLratinl s, but it i' nI n the less a b tlnlg . talc. The i.. ne of the cele rat i n i as the :l:.ibou tnd North uist linlteil, out of MitlIula on the Northern Pacific '["he participants vere everylod oi th' train; the di ectors iere tlthe tral offihers aind tilhe iltlttltiners wvere th Ilniitbers of tilhe lO'it h . liatlail t qtluatttte, wht were 'llistlllas passengels . }tnt after lteaving lissic uht, ('nI luctur (;aiil Nll suelgstted to Dining 'ar condti tr (Caril . C'rone and . lullitnaIr ci lutlto r t 'htrl|or: C. laUr lay that all the mnattlrial was present for a real ('liristm s-n l e it sertvai nce. The suiggestion was ;nilepttd iinstatit I" iulla the dlining car wl IS tl'ransflormelll d itu a mitinelul'l thie utr. The tabtles weret removed and tilhe seats ranged t'ross t a t11 . E.V ry 1i singet, lon Ihe traint \\is intit.d It, attend the o0(n t :lult ,Vter\' ont c1cepted. 'iThe lt. Vwnliill s t.t' . suc'h ta .ti -ert is hla siltdoi ttheen heard tl in this part of thi lt- c Iuntry. The progr la Isted rrout Missoula toI tlteI tthlrt" hours -- and nIn finer Imlli \ .is 't'"-r heard. The all u i S\\.s ntl ith -ilstic anld thle tt1Si itns lw.re graciius. They played their repirttry willingly and tplayed it well. The car \\:tns doitrated in holly tid arnatious. A.t tillh en (l of the music(al ,rulglr a (' o d l tll r't -l' c irne ,poned his restrtes and Ihe Culp that cheers flowed intrrily. The hutbblh-water itIwas sit l iileinlt'd by an plrl priate 'hrisitllu S + t Innell on, hichll Wµ4s served t, ;ill thle gie-ts. 1 It lerson pres nt r l't , ited, also, t 'hlristtllilS baked potatlo, s utVtlenir. t'i psiiiiIge'trs weret all sorry lhen the lights of Itultt sho ited in tihe dis tInce, I rllk Illlg t1e" close of their h lppy \e l in:. As t tllellui tin fltil ir, :ill joine ld in singing helA ntional antlhem of I li Northern I'acific, "TheI ireali i litg glk. l'otato." Tlhre wa i ts i at l' of thanks to the it sic'ians and i to the traini officials sr plannei d anlld carried ai t ths baln jilrt i -ninltu -REEK D AWS FINE FOR STEALING COAL iPeter SouIntas, it 1 reek t' ho lives near the Nurtheru Pacific railroad, glt five days otf Iwarmth and s. quar malON s n e triWOUedD MANAGE t •,ssfully to steal coal from James, Ilill. ttL. 'i . 's y Iteira' pestel elatl guilty ton ttealing fuel and was fined $1il, which ihe is noitly sevit I ut in jail. The frosty nights didn't agree with the sticl,: ill which Pteter Mo llitas lives slt lit, nuhliln se to the Ietssity of reltainingls in be to keertp warut while the Northern EMO ifiAL railroaTICE. had a rplust of fuandl almodeputy st in his backry yard Sei has iofier Mrtis Mcerr irom caught A. aglt livery to his raiding tce, yards roo can i had. All calls must in jail Sutired direc t to see57 discou and aged whrnle ases canold toe stay in Shcare rif atf K'lhev's cozy hotel for five days. SON WOULD MANAGE MOTHER'S ESTATE 1)r. T. T. hider yesterday petitioned the district court for appointment as administrator of the estate of Anna 'rl. Hoidelr deetae, Ir. es ider is tle son iDrhl. asM. sIs. Ku, deputy tate toknt, may reac by inspector and deputy state veterinary REVISION OF RATESI PLEASES LOCAL MERCHANTS RAILROAD COMMISSION'S LATEST UKASE WILL HAVE IMPOR TANT HOME EFFECT. The announcement in The Missou lian yesterday of the state railroad comlliissionail order reducing distrib uting rates froml Montana centers on an :average of 26 per cent was the roost welcome bit of news received by local wholesalers in many days. The' utt is of great importance to Mis sola me lllrclhalts and puts them at last on tqillual basis \\ith big a'nOl('erns ill other states. The reduction becomes effective in 20 days. nllder v existing rates Montana wholesalers are ill an unfair position even in therl niatural fields. The inter state cilinlmmerce comminission at year or Sllmore ago revised the freight rates out of Spokane and other shipl hilg cen ters, hilt Ineglctedt tao equalize charges for Montanai towllns. The fuevitable result was thaut Montana wholesalers, nMissoulat companies among them, were fr'ozen out il tiheir owni territory. Spo kane merchantl ts, for instance, were alle to pj lacte goodtls in westernl Monll tlatla tariwns to better adtlvatntage than Mistsoutla tcoltncers. Missoula whole salers belh gan to lose thetir holl ot tihe reservatiion buisiness andtil at once is sued alt protest. The result was a substanltial cut in tlhe rates, correspontding to tihe reduic tion ill rates onI shipments froimt the east Iimade not lonllg ago to putit local lmerchanti . ill the market on ani equal lasis with coast comllpanlies. I'nder the new rates a just develop menit of business is allowable. The result is expected to be, not only a sllbst:antiat: betterment of conditions for concerlns already located here, but an added attraction .for butslde cap ital. ORDER OF FORESTERS ELECTS ITS OFFICERS Court Missoula, No. 1549, of the In dependent ( rder of FI'oresters met last ev\ening and elecatedt officer~for 1914. IThe lmeetinlg was large and enthus iastic, proespects for the comling year bicing bright. The following officers were tachosen: C. RI., S. 11. Russell; V. a. I., Mrs. Mary Andersen; RIt. S., J. E. Abbey; finlancial secretary tlr.:asullra .. 1. Mlimes; orator, Mrs. Elsie Sinith; S. W., . . M. Liedlir; J. SV.,. J. V. ituford; S. It,. Charles Iunch: .l. Il.. Patrick Hourahan. After thel officers had beent installed a banluet was served by ti:e ladies of thel caourt. LOCAL SOCIETY Park Addition Club. ''The annual evening session of the P'arkl Addition club will be held this evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taylor. Faminlites of the club mnmbtlers will join in the good time which will take the form of an old time neighllrhlod watch party, of fering at cheerful welcome to 1114. Mrs. Kellogg Hostess. Mrs, C. 1,. F. ellogg was hostess Tuisday evening at her home on South Higgins avenue, her guests be ing ladies who live at the Y. W. ('. A. thoim'. Misses Alice Shepard, Mabel Terry, Grace Sherman, Lillian Peter son, Marie Migneault. Stella Lyman, 'lara Symington, Florenee Coffin, Floiy Riley, Julie Richardson, Harriot lhates, Minnie :Porterfield. Laura Elli thorlr, Mrs. Ellithorp andti Mrs. Kins I man had part in the merry Iimaking. ''IThe young ladies were all dressed in little girl fashion and the games played were il keeping with their garb. 'they also popped corn, made taffy and divinity fudge, which served its dessert for the doughnuts and cider at refreshmlent time. School Benefit. A benefit entertainment will be given by the pupils of the Hawthorne school this evening at the Orchard Homes tC'ountry Life clubhouse. The purpose' is to compnllete the fund for tihe pulrc hase of a Victor Victrola for the school. lRefreshments will be served cantl a social hotur will follow the progralm. A cordial Invitation is ext'entld it all friends and patrons of the school. Protgram nulllbers will be: Songs, "'iltent Night" and "Watching in the cMeadows," by first, seconltd third and fourtilt grades; folk dance by first tail secondl gratles; skating dt;ane, It the girls of the uIpper grade;: playlet, "Birds. ('hristmas C'arol;" dtll song, by girls of first and secondi grades; song, by upper grades; tandle drill, by third and fourth grade girls; dlumlb bll drill, by upper-grade girls a New\\ Years song, by tile up per grades. Elks' Ball. All Elks and the ladies whom they may invite will be most royally enter alited this evening at tilthe annuall cab aret antd ball to be givelt at the Elks' teItmple. Some of the best talent ill tile city will furnish music and sketches. Dancing will begin at 11 o'c'loctk and contiulle ltil tile new year is given a rousing welcome. Elaborate decorations were being placed in the reception and ball rooms yesterday, to make the occasion alto gether attractlve. COU'NTY PAYS HANDS. Yesterday was Missoula county's pay day. The ilen who work for the commissioners had the laugh on the city people whlto were paid on Christ mas eve and spent their money in celelbrating. Tile payroll has become stationary agalh, the work of tax collecting and assessing having been finished. NEW YEAR EVER DINNER___ Palace Hotel At Six o'Oclock Music from 6 p. m. to 9 p. m. Cabaret from 10 p. m, to 1. a m. A La Carte Serv ice MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EAR;LY On New Year Day A SPECIAL DINNER WILL BE SERVED FROM 5:30 to 9 P. M. Table de Hot;: PLATES AT ONE DOLLAR Free! Free! Free! A Bottle of Port or Muscatel With Every Cash Purchase December 3i NEW YEAR SPECIAL Remember the date. SOLOMON'S Family Liquor Store 115 East Main Street Bell Phone 57 Ind. Phone 594 BUILDING IN YEAR REACHES LARGE TOTAL 'REPORT OF INSPECTOR PETER LOFFNES SHOWS ENCOURAG ING RECORD. Building Inspector P'cter Loffnes' annual report shows that $406,000 worth of building was done in Mis soula last year. This figure will sur prise many people who have been complaining that the city has re mained at a standstill all year. The city inspector issued 64 pernits (lur ing the 12 months just passed and his figures give the value of the work I done at $406,000. Despite the fact that the total is swelled by the Milwaukee railroad's $10,000 freight depot and the $99,000 improvements to the Florence hotel, most of this building was done out side the business district. Almost 90 per cent of the permits were for resi dences, a fact which the inspector pre sents as encouraging. Mr. Loffnes' report does not include the federal Ibuilding, the permit for which was issued in 1912. Most of the work on this important addition to Missoula's list of public buildings was done last year, but does not figure in the annual report. This total includes no big building, actual construction of which will take place in 1913. The Florence hotel is well under way already, and has prac tically been finished, while the Mil waukee freight depot was completed last fall. The year lha.s been one of the best In Missoula's history. POSTOFFICE TAKES NEW YEARS. Postmaster Andrew Logan stated yesterday.that all departments of the local postoffice would be closed on Thursday for the New Years holi Sday, except the general delivery win dow, which will be open for oue hour in the morning as upon Sunday. There will be also one delivery through the city, but none on the rural routes. SPECIAL STREET CAR SERVICE. Superintendent IH. L. Bickenbach has announced a special service of, cars for this evening. The Bonner Scar will leave town at 12:10 o'clock for its last trip. The University car wvill leave at 12:20 o'clock; the West side car at 12:30 and the Daly car at 12:4 o'clock. DAMON OF FINLAND CROSSES HIS PYTHIAS MELANCHOLY TALE OF MIS PLACED FRIENDSHIP COMES UP IN POLICE COURT. A cruel talej of misplaced friendship was taken to the police court yes terday afternoon by two hardy Fihne, so thoroughly saturated with ciheap booze that their names were unfath omable mysteries. Early in the after noon Officer Lease inteflrupted a strenuous argument between two boon companions. Mr. Pythias swore that he had entrusted Col. Damon with a poke that contained as much as $87 and objected strenuously when the colonel tried to square matters with his roll of 55 cents. The policeman took the pair before Police Magistrate Von Platen. They explained to the judge that they were workers from Bonner who had come to the city for a "time." Pythias Was the plutocrat of the outfit. Early In the evening he began to succumb to the attacks of John Barleycorn and slipped his roll to Damon. The Cele Iration went merrily on until all were dead to the world. In the morning Damon had only 55 cents In his pocket. The police searched DImon thoroughly, but not another penny did they find. Both men were re leased and told to beat it for Bon ner. Pythias, feeling injured, clung to his slender purse and rode home, leaving his erstwhile brother to walk. OOD STRIKE MAE ' IN BEARMOUIIIINE Otto McQuestion, manager of the McQuestion Mining & Development company's mines at Bearmouth is in the city and reports a good strike of silver and copper ore in the company's property. While in Missotla Mr. Mc Question will take up matters with the stockholders and outline plans for pushing work at the mine as much as possible. Judging from p).es ent indications the company will soon be making shipments. \,Us Bassett's the Original Natie. jHrbs for constipation lpbd r4tha t 5; 50 tablets ceut 3te at aM'lIiiPt' --itc.- Adv , "