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_ ... . . . ..... . MORNING AND EVEN I Daily Puzzle O II - \ i February 7-Sixteen years ago today Zola was sentenced to one year's im prisonment for writing article defending Dreyfus and libeling Esterhazy court martial. February 7, 1498. Find another Freinchman. Answer to yesterdaiy's puzzle-Right side down, in coat. Classified Advertising Rates. Per word, each day........................Q2 Per line, per week ..40 Per line, per month ................. 1.00 All ads must be ordered for a stated length of time. Orders for ads to be taken out must be in the office before 1 p. m. for afternoon paper and 8 p. m. for morning paper. Minimum Charge, 20 Cents. HELP WANTED-MALE. JANITOR FOR OIFFICE BI:LDINo; must be sober and reliable; steady Job; good pay. Address, Oswald, care Missoulian. MISSOULA RAILWAY MAIL EXAM inations Feb. 21; $75 month: sample questions free. Franklin Institute, Dept. 218-K, Rochester N. Y. DCLIVERYMAN THOROUGHLY AC quainted with city; middle-aged married m.n preferied: must come well recommended. Apply manager Florence laundry. WANTED-MEN TO QUALIFY AF salesmen, repair men and drivers: thorough course; actual shop prac tice and driving; best equipped shop in the west. Address M.. Helena Automobile School, 524 North Main street, Helena, Mont. HELP WANTED-FEMALE. WANTED-YOUNG LADIES TO EN ter training in hospital. Address Spokane General Hospital, Spokane. HELP WANTED. HESITATION WALTZ, MOST REAUT tiful of new dances, taught aecord ing to Maurice. Ind. 2632. WAITER, $35, BOARD AND 110()M; two girls for housework, and other help wanted at the IEmployment Ru reau, 212 Higgins. I'D TLIKE TO SEE All my old friends at the Tip Top restaurant, which T have just pur chased and which I will conduct so as to make it popular. CLAUDE C. FELTS. AGENTS WANTED. 'STORY OF MEIXTr:O: NEW EPOCH making hook; thrilling, sensational, timely; low price; .ells on sight: hig terms; sample hook free: act quick ly. Universal House, Philadelphia. SITUATION WANTED-MALE EXPERIENCED MAN WOtI'LD ITAKI work; ranch or dairy. Bell 7710. SITUATIONS WANTED-ODD JOBS for university students; 25e per hour. Phone Bell 25, BITUATIONS WANTED - FEMALE. POSITION AS MILLINER; HAVE diploma from millinery college. E. B13., Missoulian. WANTED--CURTAINS TO LAUN der; satisfaction guaranteed. Call or drop postal to 701 South First street. YOUNG WOMAN WVITHI CHILD wants cooking or other work to do. ,Address Mrs. Mary Sanders, Stevens ville.. Mont. EXPERIENCEID SETNO(i'RAPRII R desires position in Montana: can as sist on boo.si; bost o? -references. Address C. E. C..,box 8. Rathdrum, Idaho. CARPET WEAVING. CARPET WEAVING; ALSO INGRAIN rugs: ,Natts, 1018 Cooper street; Idnne 2 62 Itln MONEY TO LOAN. WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN. TAY lor & Pearson. $1,000 AT 8 PER CENT; $500 AT 10 per cent; city property. L. D. How ard: Ind. 2231: box 608. WOOD SAWING. FOR f.i -RATr TO N'S WOODSAW lewveor.de at Bonner's groc. Bell 114 -R P.'RO i'T WOOD SAWING, S sisouala Wood Yard; phone 458. 1 FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE SIX - ROOM, MODERN HOUSE; good cellar, cement walks, two lots; Fouth Missotra addition, near Hig gins avenue, $2.500; easy terms; Wheeldon-Rossi Co. Bell phone 99. FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. STEAM HEAT. 404 ALDER. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, for Sale, Board and Room and other cards at The Missoulian office, HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT 529 SOUTH FIFTH WEST. MODERN; GAS. 404 E. SPRUCE. FURNISHED; GAS. 503 E. FRONT. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. 414 W. Cedar. DOWNSTAIRSf; GAS. 211 WEST Spruce. ROZALE APARTMENTS, FURNISH ed or unfurnished. Phone 718 black or 228 red. THREE FUTRNISHED HO(USEKEEP ing rooms: modern. Phone 186 red. 312 South Fifth cast. FOR RENT-HOUSES. SIX ROOMS, MODERN. 710 RED. FOUR-ROOM BITNGALOW. 313 Blk. A GOOD HOUSE FOR RENT. CALL 138 red. TW'O-ROOM ITOUISE. 628 SOUTH Fourth west. SEVEN-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. Inquire 51, West Spruce. HOUSE, SIX ROOMS AND BATH. E. Front street. Bell 188 black. DWELLING, OtR FLATS. APPLY Geo. L. Steinbrenner. 473 black. THIE ItOLAND-FIVE-ROOM MOD ern flats; hest in the city. Wheel don-Rossi Co. FIvE-ROOM MODERN HOUSE; furnace heat: 34 1 South Fourth west. Bell 486 red. lVE-ROOM MODERN HIOUS'E IN good clndition: shades; range: two blnleks from car line. Call at 336 Oak street. FIV\E lOnMO , MODERN: FURNACE heat: hnlf of doulte house to fam ily without children. Mrs. Laura Duncan, 407 South Sixth east; Bell 1101. SEVEN-ROOM HOU SIT,, RANGE, shades, On \Vest Cedar, one blocl from courthouse. Intl. 2310; llf6 WVesl Spruce. FURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT. NICELY FURNISHED FIVE-ROOM bungalow. Inquire 433 South Third. PARTLY FITRNTSFIEDT FIVE-ROOM house, close to Higgins avenue. X. Y. Z., Missoulian, TO TRADE. TWO LOT:S. HIAMMOND ADDI)ITIION; e'quity five-room bungalow. T., Missoulian. WILL TAKE MISSOTILA PIIOPERTY as partial payment on ranch in Bit ter Root. Write what you have. Logan & Cochran, Stevensville. BON DS BONDS-WE WRITE BONDS. TRY us. R. MI Cohhan Realty Co. HATTER. VELOUR AND FELT MIATS cleaned and blocked. H.' Box. DRESSMAKING. BY DAY. 222 EAST CEDAR. FOR RENT-OFFICE ROOMS. SUITE OF TWO FRONT OFFICE rooms in B, & A. building. Apply B. & A. BOARD AND ROOM. BOARD AND ROOM. 222 PATTEE. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES DOCTOR. FIFTEEN YEARS' PRAC tice, two years' hospital experience. wishes location, contract practice or partnership; graduate of one of the largst .colleges in the world. Ad dress lock box 344, Helena, Mont. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUI. POSTOFFICE EQUIPMENT; GREAT bargain. Rely'r Storage. HIGH GRADE HOLSTEIN BULL calves. Harry Mlnard. OLD PAPERS FOR SALE AT MIS soulian office; 20c a hundred. ONE 8w-INCH WAGON, ONE 4-INCH wagon. Inquire Frank Stinger. FOR SALE-A FEW WHITE ROCK cockerels. Bell phone 8482 black. DRY SLABS, $2.50 PER LOAD. Mifsoula Wood Yard: phone 458. TRY DE JARNETTE'S $1.75 ONE horse load of wood. 8412 orange. WHITE SEWING MIACHIINEs $5 AND up. Hoyt-Dickinson Piano 'o. FIVE CORDS, 16-INCH DRY PINE wood. 1049 South First: Bell 1091. GOOD DRY COTTONWOOD, $4 COtRD in six-cord lots; $4.50 single cord. 721 Cooper. ALL KINDS OF ROUGH AND dressed lumber at Hayes spur. Baird & Harper. SLIGHTLY USED SECOND-HAND Kurtzmann piano for sale at a bar gain. Address P. O. box 1355. GOOD FIVI;f-YFAR-OLD c('Ow: WILL be fresh this month. Houston Realty Co., Union block, or (ell 1083. ALL MY HIOIUSEHOLD GOODS, practically new furniture, priced for quick sale. Mrs. F. Hensolt, 822 Chestnut. AT A BARGAIN, NINE PAIRS LOG ging sleds, seven pairs logging trucks. Duncan Dingwall, Drum mond, 'Mont. FURNITURE, NEW AND SECOND hand; I pay highest prices for sec ond-hand household goods. Hans Jensen, 125 W. Main; 819 B; Ind. 1754 FURNITURTE FOR FIVE ROOMS, IN good condition: prefer selling in lump; easy terms will be given on part of it. Address D. C., Missoulian, or call 525 Rtollins street. FOR SALE - CASH REGISTERS, safes, show cases, scales, typewrit ers and store fixtures; both new and second-handed. Missoula office and salesroom, 112 West Spruce St. FOUR STANDARD SIZE DOORS with locks and hinges; $1.00 each. Four storm window sash, with glass, about 30x80 inches. Three smaller storm window sash with glass, for less than the cost of the glass alone. Missoulian office. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. CIDER APPLES WANTED. Phone 10. WANTED-CLEAN 'O'I'TTi(N IAGS at The Missoulian office. WANTED - SECOND-HAND HOT water radiator. G., Missoulian. RELINQUISHMENT - SOME IM provements and water: direct from owner; must he cheap for cash. N. Pastel. 315 South First. 1,000 CORDS OR ANY PART THERE of, dry 4-foot cord wood; pine or fir: green cut preferred; state price de livered or F. O. TI., C., M. & St. Paul Rv. Perry Coal Co. 110 E. Cedar. FOR SALE-POULTRY. GOLDEIN SEABRHItHT' BANTAMS. Chas. E. Lucas, Bell 7412. BARRED IlROCK COCKERELS AND cocks, $3. to $5 each. A. H. Ken nedy, R. F". D. No. 3. STORAGE. GENERAL, STORAGE-EVERY. thing on earth: expert packing and crating. J. W. Reely, 724 West Cedar: both nhonne. FIRE INSURANCE. FOR FIRE, ACCIDENT AND health insurance, surety bond. bur glar insurance, see A. K. Andersen, i 112 East Coder street. city. Strong and reliable companies. VACUUM CLEANER FOR RENT. ELT'RCTRIC CLEANERS. 31.00 PER day. Duntley pneumatic cleaners for sale; carpets cleaned. Phone 092 red. WANTED-LOAN. WANTEI - LOAN OF $3,000 ON good ranch in Bitter Root: three years, 8 per cent. Address O,. J., Missoulian. HIDES AND JUNK. WESTERN HIDE AND JUNK CO. pays the highest prices for bides. furs and junk. 511-27 West Main street. Ind. 1710: Bell 1068. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. EMP. BUREAU, 212 HIGGINS, Phones WESTERN EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. Bell 751. Reliable help furnished on short notice. 331 Higgins avenue. _________-- _ ____I THE WESTERN EMPLOYMENT . office, 128 Higgins avenue; phones, I Bell 229, Ind. 1609. A. A. Shafer,/ Mgr.; W. D. Cursey, chief clerk. Phone Your wants at our expense. P. O. box 15. LOST AND FOUND. LOST-KEY FOR YALE LOCK, AT tached to red ribhon. Return to Missoullan. LOST--4BUNCH OF KEYS ON WALK Over shoe key chain. Return to Missoulian. IS L. KIRKHARR i A'7TRIONEER. 128 West Cedar. Resldehee phoinei 188 black: office. 75 black. MARKET MOVEMENT IS AT SAME LEVEL QUOTATIONS WORK LOWER IN SLOW FASHION AND BUSI NESS IS VERY QUIET. New York, Pel'. s.--Qotations worked lower slowly on he stock Cx (change today. There were nIo im l ortant changes in the situation to stimulate speculation and most of the day the market plodded on in the dull way of the last few sessions, ap parent ly unable to icreak away from a dead level. In tIhe industrial hIit tilhe coppers were a ffected by It breakl in the metal market in London. lllnds moved irreguharly with heav ilness ini convertible iss.es. Ame\nrlcan Writing Paper 5s droppeld 5 points. Total sales, par value, $4,210,000. United States Ionds were un changed on call. New York Closing Stocks. Amangallanted Coipper 71....... 7 A.merican Beet Sugar L . Amrricall Car & Iolunitry ..... ,114 American Locomotive .. . 341. Amer. Rmnelting & lRef'n- .. .. 681 American Sugar Relining. ........1061 American Tel. & Tel .. ...1211' American Tobacco ....... 246 Anaconda Mining 'o 37 A tchison . ..................... 9 Baltimore & Ohio ...... . 9% Bethlehem Steel ... 361 Brooklyn Rapid Transit .......... 91%1/ Canadian Pacific . ........ 216 Chesapeake & Ohio .......... Chicago Great W estern .............. 13 Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul . ..........105 , Chicago & North Western ..........13 Colorado Fuel & Iron .. .. .3274 Denver & Rio Grande ..._..... 177;, Erie ......... ............... .. . .... 3 7 General Electric . .14........ 147,4 Great Northern lfdl .. 133 Great Northern (ire i'lfs ........37 Illinois Central .. ......... 113 InterblorouLgh-Met . 15' Inter Harvester . .... 109 Lehigh Valley ....15 Missouri Pacific.. ..........27 National Lead ... ....... 49 New York Central 91% North American ... .. .1 Northern Pacific .....11 Pennsylvanlia 11:21. Pullman Palace (' . .. 1.5r Reading .............. ......... Republic Iron & Steel .... . 25 Rock Island 'o ... ................ % Southern Pacific ............. 97 Southern Railway ....... ... ...... 27/ Tennessee Copper .................. .. 51% Union Pacific ........................ . 162 , UInited States Steel .... ..... 654 Utah ('opper . .................. .. Wallsh ......... 2.. .. WVestern Union ............. Westinghouse ]Electric ........ 7 Chino ('opper . ............ ... ..24" N ew H aven .. ........... ......... . 7 Ray Cons . ..... 19 Total sale for the day. 318,30l shares. Boston Closing Mirvng. A llouez .. .... ................... :: Amalgnmated c'oillper 7.........1.. 7tI/ Am'n Zinc Lead & Sin ..... 20 A rizona o ial ................... 5 Calumet & Arizona........... ... 6 ('alumet & Itchla ................440 'entennial 1t 'opper inge 'on o ... ..:11 East Butte C'op Mine ..... ranklin .... 1 I:ranlh Consoliited ...t . . 1t .Hreene (Canane.n ..... ..41 Isle Royalle (copper).... .... 2".. . Kerr Lake ... ........... ........ 4 ake Copper ............. La Salle ('olpi.er ......... 4/ Miami C('opper . .. 23%/ Mohawk 44 Nipissing Mines ... ... 1, North l ttl ....... 2 North Lake ........ Old Dominion .. 52 (Osceola .. . 82 Quny . . ...664 Shannon . ........ Superior . 0 iuperior & Itoston Min 2% Tamarack . .... . .. 5 I'. S. Fm. IRf. & Min .42l% U. S. Sm. Ref. & Min. pfd 48F. Irtah (Consolidtl; d ....... 0O Utah ('opper '. ......... 54 W1inona 4 W\ olerin ..... .... 4 Minneapolis Wheat. Minnoealolis, Feb. 6.-Wheat: No. 1 hard, 921/1%92"lc; No. I northerl, 89%. l,91t% ; No, 2 northern, 061½ 0r x8%c; No. 3 wheat, 85%n'ir61ic; May, 89%. .890%c; Jily. 90%B @90%,e. Metal Market. New York. Feb. 6.--Copper steady. Standard spot to May offered at $14.75; electrolylic, $14.87%0,15l: lake, $15, nominal: casting, $14.62ri1814.75. Lead stcady, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Spelter steady, $email@example.com. Grain and Provs'ions. C('hicago, Fe. 6.-Extreme cold In the western blizzard threatening dan ger to autumn sown wheat carried prices to a higher level today. Not all of the gain was held but the mar ket closed steady 4e to %c above last night. Corn finished %c to %i, I up and oats at an advance of %c to 14%,%c. In prvisalons the outcome wvas a net decline of 2%c to 10c. Expected increase of feeding de mand put strength into the corn mar ket. Oats responded to Texas dis patches telling of probable injury to the winter crop. if low temperatures were not soon relieved. The menace attracted more than passing notice, WATCH REPAIRING. MAINSPI. NGOS, $1.00; CLEANINGI, " $1.50. It. V. Herndon, jeweler, First National Bank building. For Rent Four-room modern house; nicely furnished. O. B. S. Orr Texas last year having raised 33.000, 000 bushels. In provisions settling by pa'kers( outweighed any other influence. The ocIcasion for the unloading (vas said to he the increase of hog arrivals at the Chicago yards. May wheat, opened. 9:7 llC; high, 131I;: low. 931.e; close. 93v1. May corn,, openedl, 6fi6 ; high. 611th ; low,. B66t ; close, tli1t,~ . Mlay oats, opened. 319c:; high. 3;gc; loh\, :191v; l(lose, 39 ('. Dun's Review. N'e\\ York, Fllh. 6.--|lltl's I'\1 iey tomorrow will say: There arie fIrther e\vildences ,Iof re viving business activity w 1h the ex plnsitontl in Ilndustrial operatiolns 'on stituting one of thie host 'eatllres ,of the sitl'ation. Solrtmewhat 1" -i. . m plainti is nttlw hieard regardllit' inho conditionis as the numll er [of l(ll plOyed, while apparently sti!l large, has bieen eonsidetrahly redced I of late. T'his o\vioiusl etnhiances the purllchas ing power of the people and colnfi lence in the llttllre is grald ally strlengthellninlg. levelolllnts ill ifrOn andllll st'el lIast lmonth \iero of suh anll enl'louragi.il niature thia prices in certatin I'l nishiil lines have nic,( advanced $1 a Iin a significallnt ft"lt ill view of Ihe 'frel dloln wilth which Ioncessons \\wee f'ormnerly oflI'ered. I'llllnmerl'(' l failllres this w\.'k wel \ re('1 :'7 laglinst :1 Iasl ye:r. tail res ill ( nadtta n im ler 57 againlt 1; last year. YOUNG ARISTOCRAT NEEDS MORE COIN New York. I'eh. 6.--Marshall IL Kernochan, society manrl, composer Idl(i clubhnan, has asked thlt sulpremo cot rt in increase lis alloaitl ie si t hat lti can marry a penniless girl. Youlng Kernochan hna been receiving $3,750 a year from the estate of atn aunt. Miss Marie Marshall of Virginia; he was described in tourt as one of the wealthiest incompetents in America. lie wants this allowance raised to $12,000. A referee recoimmtenldetld an aIllow ance of $9,000, on the grouind that Kernchan had been itrohtatit ip in .Isurroundinngs that led hini int,. ex travagance beyond his tnw;itns. The court reserved decision. Regulation Adopted by the Montana State Board of Horticulture, January 30, 1914. Ftir ptItrpostI' of plreventing the spread " titirtagiontits dseases or illseot iests anllnn' fruit and fruit trees, i, patrsiu - antce of athority vested in the itotrdt of horlitullll llre by srction 1922, of the revisedi codes oif Montalna, it is hereby' declared arnd ordered that no, fruit in' fested with Sitn Jose' Stale (.\spiitdlll Piernicio'lsus), Piutlllnm S(Iale (:splidio etis antlysik Otyster Shell t canl ( e pldhpi Ihes Ilmi), P'ea" Iealf Illister .11t t tEriolphtves pyri), ('odling Moth it (t'ydia pomonIilll t, or tiny other don-t georlus insettct lherelnfter discot't\ered, orl infeotled with Apple Seah (Vt'nturia poni), PC ear Sit h (Vt.\t e ilttrn I'tltna),i Ponr Blight ( Itat' illus t in lttt orut), Powdery \1ihlhw (Podllaphuern oxyn c nthlll h;i ), itter l int ((lnnelllr lla rl |fona uiltlsh), or anlily ilth ' di niitoeri , dise(nse lhert;eafter discovered. shalll he shipped fron tl i t t it f proldllnt'ittnl. ex iepu t for si c llllllll' l s Ill IIt ' p - Inlitrd bly ;ln officilh n hortti nlitur;il In opector of the slate, for thie mitnlfit. - tit iof i lder or si, ll ies, for irV i irllloi ipurposes, ilt- for l w t Inu ftlli re of I any other by-prodtl, nil fie phurpose for whlich tnih flruit is to e uised shnill he plainly mllllkoll Ieon the inspection ' 1et11 fi l t nri ompn t in) g the shi'p 2-til to 15. Notice to Contractors. Notice is thereby given thitt tIh toard (iof trulstes of thhe Misratin of ('oullnty high schoolll l will, ntill ti or tfor1t willruary 1to l 1914, reilvties h rhl, :ll Ih otretlttliy's office, M ni ante buildiih ng,. MisstrotO l h ontanitt for thei illsthilltion of i fire cop rtoll the high l chool bltldlig, fireord ing t o the plh peacn por noifly tits lic In hed by theboa rd, nti which lmarky he sn lt ther linuln Ctrainintyg deartment o f ill schol. The contractor to furnish the fire es aNotic o Call o f Regian tr inatril. Noticed rieserves given tight t he r eject g-y n all os idin th the. i . MJ. VItit. Ion'TTIa, uSere city. I)tbe losed rid, lruary 5, 191. , at 2-5 to'lock p. -19 in. etors Notice of Closing of Registration. Noeletion is hereby girven that the regin traibe n hooks for the rgicounty str at hison of ualnfed electhouse n te c heity and county of Missoul, Montn fthe tmanner School District Elections to he held in the soveral Schaal Districts in said ieninty rti Saturday, April 41h, 1914, will bye losed Wedsdy, March 4th,lw. 1914, t 5 'clocW.k p. IBAI. lTON, for such election may register by appear ng betyfore the oandnty recr iat hiand fof fle in the courthouse in tlie city ) and oua count , tte of Missoua onta a.r ng before any justice of th2-22-e pea14.ce or notary public in the manner pro vided by law. W. J. lHArIN(1T 1N, Ct-tnty Clerk in and for Missoula County, State of Montana. Notice of Close of Registration. Notice is hereby given that the reg Istration books for the registration of qualified electors residing within the city of Missoula, Montana, for the city primary election to be held In said city on Monday, March 23, 1914, will be closed Friday, February 20, 1014, at 5 o'clock p. m. Electors for such election may register by appearing before the county clerk at his office in the courthouse in the city and county of Missoula, in the manner provided by law. W. J. BABINGTON, County clerk and recorder in and for Missoula countY, state of Montana. 1-22-14 to 2-22-14. SOCIETY DIRECTORY MISSOULA LODGE NO. 13, A. F. & A. M.-Regular meetings first and third Tuesdays in Masonic temple. So j6urning brethren cordially invited. H. C. JOHNSON, W. M. F. F. SQUIRES, Secretary. WESTERN SUN CHAPTER NO. 11, R. A. M.-Meets first and third Fri days of each month in Masonic temple. THEODORE LENTZ, H. P. ROY ROBINSON, Secretary. HARMONY LODGE NO. 49, A. F. & A. M.-Meets in K. of P. hall, E. Front street. Regularcommunications first anti third Mondays. Spe cial meetings every other Monday evening. Visiting members are specially invited. HI. T. GA RDINEIR V. M. CYRUS R. AVERY, secretary. O. E. S. EIECTA CIlAP'TErt NO. 7-Meets first and third Thursday of each month in Masonic temple. Visitors es pecially welcome. MRS. TIERiESA.\ KIN(, . W. . PUTERt EITI,:I.IEL ttL, \V. P. MitRS. LI DA E. i'A i MiE:t, Secretary. O. E. i I1MANII, tL'HAP THIR NO. 54 - IRgular meetings second and fourth iWednesdays of each montth at 7:30 p. m., in Masonic temple. Visiting members cordially invited. ROSl; L. ltI.ER. XV. NM. JOHIN M'('CAitTilY, V. P. IIATTilC Il. lITIlitAY, Secretary. MISSOITLA A|liII; NO. 2, F. O. E. -Meets first and third Tuesdays of each month at 8:00 p. mn., at Eagles' hall, West Main. J. \V. REELY. President. JAS. A. ihAKllE, Secretary. L OYA , 0 R 1) E i1t O" MOOSE -Meets 1st & 3d Thurs day evening of each month at 8 p. m., at Eagles' hall. A. LINK. Dictntor. H. E. ITLAKI LY, Secretary. RAILWAY TIMETABLES C., M. & ST. PAUL RAILWAY. East Bound Olym pian .................................. 7:05 a. m . Columbian .. ....... ............. 56:38 p. m. West Bound Olym pian ...............................11:00 p. m . Columbian .............................. 1:40 p. m. NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY West Bound East Bound No. 1 ...10:40 p. m.INo. 2 .... 5:18 p. m. No. 3 ... 12:40 p. m. lNo. 4 .... 7:20 a. m. No. 6 ....12: 14 aL. m.INo. 6 ....10:45 p. m. No. 41 .. 8:20 a. m. No. 42 .. 6:35 p. m. Bitter Root Branch Arrive-8:25 a. m. and 4:20 p. m. Leave-8:40 a. m. and 3:25 p. m. Coeur d'Alene Branch Arrive ....4.61 p. m.lea\o ..11.35 a. m. Butte Locals Arrive--11:'0 a. mi. and 10:10 p. m. Leave-8:45 a nm. and 4:10 p. m. Notice of Closing of Registration. Notie' in ler(hliy giv'ell thati the' rtgis Iratlin Iooks f11 r ith r1t'11 itrati nl of tyallifhed elhctors residing within Ih,, limits of the t'Ity it" Mi,.,oo(ula, Mon ntunn, and the City of It1nan1. Montanl, for tho City Elections to Ie uhll In the 'everal prlli nHSIu in ,.nhli i'itlh. on M llt( tll, April lith , 111 t, wil ill b ioled Frir ay,n$ Mu r*'h ;I h, 1914, it D ) o'clock i. m. in lot11ot1 l f'or luch t el'' lot ayli i 1regltler by ii11liti'r11n before I hl e t tol lnty ('lerk il a It iN ffie, iln the i' rttrI Ot in (hle city :o il . nlll ly of . 1 ll(.-.o la, or Iby apporing bfore Annualy ti of tng. Ipe le or not y publl' ll l In the mlnnnlrl(' provihed Iby liw. I ..I'. l lI a IllN '11( 1 N, tlllilnty ('hl rkl if will for , ist u llal Notice of Annual Meeting. 'l lWhe arnl rameting of the ot. k holhler, of tll' t'Ponl'.ll 'Alhno and Mon till. I'lillper Mining co1 nlllltly will Ihoil Ihih in liy MAntonic hall, Mlli lalill Moil., nill 'a1 rda y, J'ehrlairy l1I, 1911. hotw' ii the ho'rlll l of I0 I . nli. tit. 3 p. nll., for the pl rpos ' if |o'l liig di rectors for (hlie eIling yVur and the tr'anln tielng 'if ulcii'li othe1 ' blsl.lltta ,ta nllly lawfully (ti before( the meet ing. .. 1,'. IlAlrtP, SI"mi'n't rY anllt T'oreasurer. 1-_4l :S 2-7 -14 Warrant Call. (in ireenlnli n at my offife I will pay out iitmuiling warrants of thI :ily of Missol:in as follotws: ,All g f iert Wl ut 'l Iwarra t p ito tuiu inb li g wilrr:llt nI m bl l " 12,1,;-4, rgit.(,reid Mal'r h I, 1912. Jilttr st!, will | lnH, r i o lhove 'ar OI';itl FIl itr ry 1il, 1!114. 43Ell I,: I'. |Pl T'l'tl , --Ally. I' I y 'l'r(irurer. WHERE TO GET WHAT YOU WANT EACH FIRM A LEADER IN ITS LINE Consult This List Before Placing Your Order, If You Want the Best at a Price You Like to Pay CITY HOTELS. CHANCES are 1.526,341 to 1 that the sun will MISSOULA HOTEL. rise on the morrow, and I to 112 James A. Walsh, Mgr. that at man at 35 will not live to be Remodeled and newly furnished. 36 years old. Steam heat, electric light, tele- oETTITT, NEWLON A GAGE phones in all rooms, hot and cold AGENTS running water. Roomns by the week Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co. or month at reduced rates. of Milwaukee. ATLANTIC HOTEL RUBBER STAMPS. A. JACOBSON, Prop. This office is prepared to make Remodeled and newly furnished, all kinds 'r rubber stamps on short steam heat, electric lights. Every- notice at reasonable prices. thing neat and clean. Reasonable rates. HOW TO BUY. STORAGE. The wife's practical knowledge of TORAGE. HOW TO BUY FOR THE HOME Reely's Storage; everything on makes the husband's capacity to earth. Expert packing and crating. earn money for the home-maklng 734 W. Cedar St. Both phones, expenses really worth while. sees n WESTERN MONTANA NATIONAL BANK Missoula, Montana UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY CAPITAL ..................... . $200,000 SURPLUS FUND .......... ... 50,000 G. A. WOLF ..........................President JOHN C. LEHSOU....VIce President J. H. T. Ryman ...................Chashier Directors John 0. Morony, M. A. Flake, G. A. Wolf, John H. Lehsou, F. H. Woody, J. H. T. Ryman. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN STATE BANK Missoula, Montana. United States Depository for Postal Savings Fund. TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Travelers' checks, drafts and letters of credit available In all parts of the world. Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent. Interest Paid on Savings Accounts and Certificates of Deposit. MISSOULA TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK Missoula, Montana Capital .......... ................... 200,000 Surplus and Profits ............ 50,000 Officers J. M. KEITT ........ ...........President S. J. COFiFEI .......Vice President A. H. JACOBS .......................Cashier Directors J. M. Keith, S. J. Coffee, J. R. Daily. O. T. McCullough, H. Paul Green ough, A. Il. Jacobs, Kenneth Ross. We pay 3 per cent per annum on Savings Deposits. Missoula Humane Society Officers If you have a case which calls for their attention, notify one of the following: Mrs. W. J. Steel, president. 606 WVest fine street. Mrs. J. C. Anderson, first vice president, Dell phone 931. Mrs. Irank leckwlth, second vice president, Bell phone 894 red. Mrs. II. A. Wheeldon, secretary, B.ll phone 8562 red. Mrs. William Phillips, treasurer. Blaine street. Mirs. T. Ii. Wade, field secretary, Bell phone 757. Bateman Transportation Co. Stage and Auto Service be tween Ravalti and Poison Connects at Ravalli with Northern Paaciflc trains east and west. Con. nects at Poison with the Klondyke steamer, flavalll, Montana. Stage leaves Ravalli at 8 a. m. and arrives at 3 p. m. AUTO STAGE RAVALLI TO POLSON Stevens-Duryea 7-passenger touring Car Making Daily Trips. JOE ROBF;RTS, Prop. Meets 41 westbound and 4 eNst hound. Careful Drivers. Oxy Acetylene Welding Plant REPAIRS, TIRES, SUPPLIES, ETC. CHICAGO GARAGE Open for business day or night. Bell Phone 2150. Ind. 177L 228 West Main. Forced Sale louIr-r",nm llasered cottage, lights amnd wVater, chicken house, $975C Taylor & Pearson B. & A. BUILDING.