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COSTS PRICE OF RENT ~. B. BELL WINS HIS CASE AGAINST ELLEN M. COULTER IN HAMILTON COURT. Hamilton, Feb. 11.--(Special.) Judge R. Lee McCulloch yesterdltY handed down an opinion in the case of R. B. Bell against Ellen M. Coulter, which was taken under advisement at the time of the trial. The case was started in the district court with a jury, but when it resolved into a ques tion of law the case was taken out of its hands. The case involved the use of a stairway who'lly within the plain tiff's building by the defendant and her tenants. I:;y the decree the plain tiff is awarded judgment for $92.50 and costs, and the defendant and her ten ants are permanently restrained and enjoined from using the stairway. The $92.50 is fur rent for the use of the stairway during tihj past. The conclusions of law found are: That the plaintiff is the fee-simple owner of the real estate upon which the stairway is constructed and is the owner of the stairway; that tile v.erbal agreement concerllillg tlhe use of the stairway, when the plans for the buildings were drawn, was an unexe cuted agreement, void under the statute of frauds and could onlY be enforceable by being reduced to writ ing; that the plaintiff was within his rights when he repudiated the oral agreement; that the demand of the plaintiff later for rent at $2.50 a month for the use of the stairway was reasonable and just; that there is now owing and due the plaintiff for this rent the sum of $92.50. The case is an unusual one and has attracted con siderable attention here since the ac tion was started. Attorneys O'Hara, Edwards and ala deen have asked the court for tile statutory time in which to file a bill of exceptions in tile case. FIREMEN ARE LATE BUT SAVE BUILDINGI: Hamilton, Feb. 11.- ( peial.) -The fire department was called out yester day afternoon by a blaze in the V,'. dH. Watson rooming house on North bec ond street. The fire was first dis covered through smoke filtering through the roof. The bilaze being between the re,liing and the roilf. Lit tle damage was done to the strue.ure, which Is in a dilapidated condition, all the furniture being remioved before it I became water-soaked. The building 1 was occupied by Martha J.Allison Rein kah. Fire had ravaged the building t before. The department was late in arriving on the scene on account of anl un avoidable delay at thhe fire hall. Chief t Higgins had Just returned from an ex ercising trip about the city, the horses being in their stalls with harness on, while the wagon was not in its cus- I tomary place. In addition, the chief I had just removed ont wheel to apply grease, so was unpreplared for a llllcki response. In spite of these handicaps 1 the apparatus was oil the scene before the flames were through the roof. WEALTH OF HAIR Parisian Sage Makes Thin, Lifeless Hair Soft and Abundant. Beautiful hair, fluffy, lustrous, abundant and fre from dandruff, is one of woman's greatest charms-it's her main delight--yet ::o n11ny of the fair sex have et r,-de Il, thin and life less hair, and thinki tlire is no renlli edy. B.eautiful hair is largely a :it -1 ler of attentioi. Parisian Sage fre quently applied l and well rubbeld illlo the sceal11 \workls wonde-rs. Try it io day, alnd yoiil \ ill be surprised willh the result-n, t only will the hair Ie come abunda1nt, soft, fluffy, r1liallt with life, bh.t really doubly beauti ful. Parisian Sage suipplies hair and .scalp needs. It surily removes dalin druff with one alppilcation stops litch ing head and cleanses the hair of all dirt and excessive oil. All drug and toilet counters sell Parisian Sage in fifty cent bottles. Look for the trade imirI; -"The Glirl With the Anburin lNir." Try at least one bottle fromn I (ie. F'risihominr. lie n ill refund the money if you a:re not satisfied.-Ad\. NOSTRILS AND HEAD STOPPED UP FROM COLD? TRY MY CATARRH BALM Instantly Clears Air Passages; You Breathe Freely; Dull Headache Goes; Nasty Catarrhal Discharge Stops. Try "Ely's Cream Balm." Get a small bottle anyway, just to try It-Apply a little in the nostrils and instantly your clogged nose and stopped-up air passages of the head will open; you will breathe freely; dullness and headache disappear. By morning! the catarrh, cold-in-head or catarrhal sore throat will be gone. End such mtlhSry now! Get the Small bottle of "Ely's Cream Balm" U FK L 0s n Pa n% Acý. of e Back'tand Chilblains, Frosted Feet, Colds of the CO fChest (it prevents Pneumonia). Jiust 5Ib it briskly on the dehlit and At your druggists, in 25c and 50c throst tonight, and get the soothiag Yare, and a special large hospital size reflef ththis lean, white for $2.50 Sold by ointment, made with oil druggists everywhere. of mustagl, gives. Accept no substitute. The old-time mustard If your druggist cannot plaster used to blister, supply you, send 25e or MUSTEIROLE doesn't. 50c to the MUSTER That's why millions are OLE company, Cleve now using It with such land, Ohio., and we will comforting tesults. It breaks UP a mail you a 'jar, postage prepaid. cold quicker than any mustard plaster Mss iM. Spteers, graduate nurse St. you ever saw. Peterdbarg, 'Florida, says: Best for Sore Throat, Bronchitis, "I have f6tinti it excellent for every thing that has anything to with colds Tonsilitis, Croup, Stiff Neck, Asthma, or rheumatic affections. I am a pro Neuralgia, Headache, Congestion, fessional lnurse, and this product is Pleurisy, Rheumatism,. Lumbago, better than anything I ever saw." Br .I CARROLL BITTER ROOT KID PUTS HAMIL- S TON BOY TO SLEEP IN THIRD ROUND OF GO. Hamilton, Feb. 11 -(Special.) Paul C(antway knocked out Eddie Car- t' roll in the third round of their fight here tonight, following a hard right to 1 the jaw with an assortment of mule r kicks that put the Hamilton boy h soundly to sleep. Experience was the deciding factor. Cantway is a veteran of several slugging contests, and used his ring experience to good advantage in fighting an untutored battler. C Carroll rushed the" fight at the start, and had all the best of the first round, Cantway feeling his opponent out. In the second the Bitter Root Kid cut loose and outclassed the Hamilton boy. A hard right uppercut to the jaw stag gered Carroll early in the third round. Slie made "a valiant effort to recover, but \a-s peppered with hard punches until he dropped to the mat. Hlood, who was to have met Warren of t(rantsdale in the preliminary, was e ruled out by the state commission's physician, and Finley, a local boy, took his pl:tce. The fight went six rounds, a1nd 11inley was given the decision. ,Jim Mc(-affery of Missoula refereed and Jim Montgomery and Marsh Maher acted as timers. IN HAMILTON Hamhilton, Feb. 11. -(Special.)-Mr. (and Mrs. F. 11. Iteeser returned this Imorning from Hellena, where they went Stol appear bteflre tlhe supreme court, whelore their appeal of the J. E. Shoudy F. 1H. Reeser case was being heard. E. II'. urtz also returned this morning, having appeared in Helena as counsel g for J. E. Shoudy. J. E. Shoudy was givell a verdict in the district court, g the case being appealed. Charles ,tutterfield, manager of the g shoe department of the Valley Mercan tile cllmpanly, returned yesterday from t a short visit to his old home ill Ne braska. , . J.. Shellhorn, manager for the Em porinin, arrived ill }Iamilton yesterday ft to take up his duties. y Funeral services over the remains I k of Joh Slle Slltntlls, wiho died Monday ', from valvular disease of the heart, I e welre held tlis afternoon from the family hltne west of this citY, Rev. J. C. Irwin conducting the services. The deceased was 1t years of age, and the I son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Seam 11 . le(.sides ihis l parents, he is suir vived by two bIrothrs, WVilliam and IPercy, antd four sisters, WVinuie, Annie antld Effie, andl Mrs. Oscar Tholanllder. 1ISTEVENSVIILE NEWS le Stevensville, Feb. 11.-(Special.) el Manager John Moffatt of tle dry 1. golods departlment of the Stevensville h- ,r,'alntile company returned this Re- t.o tll 0 a lllsiness trip east. He to was mIt Lt 31issoula by Mrs. Moffatt. L- last night the Eplworth League of Il tIhe letthodist Episcopal church held a ' cia llee ting at the J. 13. Townsend lit ranch on t11h e IBulrnt lork. The trip lto ianl froti the ranchll was made in a sleigh. nd I'red lrvant is reported quite ill at his home south of town. all 1The sleiglhing of the past couple of weekls nlltintuo1s good and nlally peo cll ple are out dail1 taking advantage of ets it. The slei.hling period is prolonged irl this seaLsonI, it usually lasting for only 1st a few days. lie I'lndertaker howling was in Victor lot yesterday, where he had charge of the funeral of Mrs. Marg,.ret Nichols. I at any drug store. This sweet, frag rant balm dissolves by the heat of the nostrils; penertates and heals the in s flamed, swollen membrane which lines the nose, head and throat; clears the air passages; stops nasty discharges and a feeling of cleansing, soothing relief comes immediately. Dent lay awake tonight struggling for breath, with head stuffed; nos y trils closed, hawking and blowing. I Catarrh or a cold, with its running I nose, foul mucous dropping into the throat, and raw dryness is distressing v but truly needless. r Put your faith-just once-in "Ely's Cream Balm" and your cold or ca e tarrh will surely disappear. Mlssoula Drug company, agents,-Adv. UElWS PET YARN WAS ATHENIAN FAVORITE SIMILARITY OF PLOT, SAYS HOL LIDAY, NOT ALWAYS SIGN OF PLAGIARISM. That similarity in plot and charac ter is no sure sign of literary theft, or plagiarism, as the high-brows call it, was proved some years ago when Mark Twain went over to Harvard to receive an honorary degree for which he had no use. Twain's first famous story was his "Jumping Frog Tale," in which a stranger wins a bet from the owner of the trained frog by fill ing it so full of buckshot that it couldn't jump. After Twain had re ceived his degree he walked out with a Harvard professor of Greek, and In their conversation the professor de clared that this very story had been written nearly 2,000 years before Mark was born. Twain indignantly denied it, but the pedagague took him into the library, pulled forth a Greek book, and read how an Athenian had ruined a frog's jumping ability and digestion by filling it with pebbles. Twain ever afterwards had scant respect for university research. )r. Carl Holliday tells this as one of his stories about "American hu nor." He presents the subject as the fourth number of the university lec ture course this evening. The lec ture will be given in the university assembly room, beginning at 8:15. SALTS IF KIDNEYS OR BLADDER BOTHER Harmless to Flush Kidneys and Neu tralize Irritating Acids. Kidney and bladder weakness result from uric acid, says a noted author ity. The kidneys filter this acid fiorn the blood and pass it on to the blad der, where it often remains to irritate and inflame, causing a burning, scald ing sensation, or setting up an irrita tion at the neck of the bladder, oblig ing you to seek relief two or three times during the night. Tho sufferer is In constant dread, the water passes sometimes with a scalding sensation and is very profuse; again, there Is difficulty in avoiding it. Bladder weakness, most folks call It, because they can't control urina l tion. While it is extremely annoying and sometimes very painful, this is Sreally one of the most simple ail 1 ments to overcome. Get about four !ounces of Jad Salts from your phar imacist and take a tablespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast, con tinue this for two or three days. This will neutralize the acids in the urine so it no longer Is a source of irrita tion to the bladder and urinary or gans which then act normally again. Jad Salts is inexpenjlive, harmless, and is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia, S and is used by thousands of folks e who are subject to urinary disorders caused by uric acid irritation. Jad t f Salts is splendid for kidneys and a causes no bad effects whatever. d Here you have a pleasant, effer- I P vescent lithia-water drink, which n quickly relieves bladder trouble. Mis soula Drug company agents.-Adv. M'RAE IN FINE SHAPE. Hamilton, Feb. 11.-(Specl.) if Charles McRae of Woodside, repre d sentative from this county, has re * turned from Rochester, Minn., where he spent a month after submitting to, ir an operation, from the effects of te which lie has almost entirely recov ered. Mr. McRae was greeted by - loony of his friends in Hamilton, all of whom are mighty glad to see him back in the Bitter Root and feeling like his former self. TWO GAMES FRIDAY. Stevensville, ]Feb. l.--(Special.) Two basketball gamnes are scheduled for Ste*'enaville for Friday night. The high school team, which last week re g turned victorious from Missoula and e Deer Inllge, wil play the All Stars, n- and the Orange Tigers and the Invinc es ibles of the high school will.also clash. ie The latter teams are composed of girls. es as MOTHER'S DEVOTION FATAL. rg Tacoma, Feb. 11.-A mother's devo - tioll which led her to plunge through ig. flames In her home at Long Branch, rg near Tacoma, yesterday afternoon to he rescue her two baby daughters when ag they were taking their afternoon nap, proved fatal to Mrs. Florence Yope, fs aged 19, wife of William Yope. Al a- though the mother succeeded in 15 bringing them from the burlning build ing, the children were so badly burned Eery !yskrkz InGamo Songand Story these 10g lirt , l l SoolThese hSe Me tosthe Pictures' 1 Here Is a List ofthe Pri"es First Grand Prize ... ...... .._. 100 In told Second Prize ................ .. ... $O...... in, gold Third Prize ...... ......... ... 185 l gold Fourth Prize ... ........: .. . i in goid Fifth Prize .... ..... .. $15 in gold Six Pries of $10 each......_ . .. I gold Fifteen Prizes of $5 e .......7 in gold Ustng Books o ., .. Ca.aloges Fifty-five Prizes at $1 each.....-.... $5'5 in gold Give Twelve PICTURE NUMBER 33 lVeFveTho Free Answers stid e a and Thirty Free~Sty Titks and Pictures and --. Include the Allow Players . Correct A to Make Seven swer to Every 4.. . 18G. ,,,4-.4,sw ri E Answers to One of the Each Picture . Seventy Plc Without Extra lures in the Copies Game What Song Title Fits This Picture? Write title ahd composer's name in form below. T itle ..... . . ........ .... .......... .. ..... .... ....... Composer . ...................................................... ....... Your N am e ........................... .................... . .......... .................................... Street and Number .................................... City or Town ..... ........................... .....................-......... . Send This it tr Listing Book Send for Catalogue in This Way The Missoulian, Missoula, Mont. Theo Missoulian, Missoula, Mont. Gentlemen: Enclosed please find 80 cents (stamps Gentlemen: Enclosed please find 40 cents (stamps or money order) or money order) for which send me one Song and for which send me at once the "Song and Story" catalogue, with its 5,000 Story Listing Book. titles, among which are the seventy correct answers to the pictures. M y N a m e M y N a............ ...... ....... ........................n a ........................................................................................................................ SG TAddres sYOUR. ...... GOLD........... ATddrBGss GET YOUR GOLD AT A BARGAIN that the eldest, aged 2, died today, and Mrs. Yope slild tonight. Physi elaus at the ihsit.ltl say the youngest baby, aged 11 mounths, cannot live. VOTE NEXT WEDNESDAY. ~Vashilngton, "',. 11.-Final action on the Alasklt r.,ilroad bill next Wednesday was in prospect tonight -after the house hIal given a day to detailed cousider.:tti,l of the measure as passed by the s, nate. Only one Restore the Appetite Assist the Digestjoge Promote Liver Activity ; Induce IBoWel Regularity by the daily uae of HOSTETTER'S SSTOMACH MITh I- BACKED BY A 60 YE W'REC.ND in l r, amendment was written into the bill - during the discussion. This would a it leave to the discretion of the presi- I dent the problem of handling the pro- c posed railroad unttl the government a has built it a WYIINES INAI lJRAIE V WAR OM MORMONISM I Philadelphia, Feb. 11.-Philadelphis churchmen took action yesterday against what they term "the treas6n of the Mormon lttnigdorh of Utah." At a meeting in the Adelphila HItCl, 15 religious workers formed a com mittee to get church people of this city interested in the crusade the Na tional Reforrl association has started to obtain an anti-polygamy amend ment to the United States constitu tion. The committee will hold a mass meeting in March or April, in conjunc tion with 50 other eich meethigs In the larger cities. ..dtioh yesterday followed a spirited talk by fotiter United States h'enator Frank J. Can non, of Utah, in which he said Poly gamy Is still the cornerstone of the "Mormon kingdom." its stated that I the Mormon elders hate broken'their treaty with the' United States got ernment. SUFFRAGIST8 184JE CALL. New York, Feb. 11.-The official board of the Ntlional Woman Suf frage association today issued t call to the suffragists of the country to rally at an open air mass meeting on .Sturday, May 2, in every city, village and hamlet from the Atlantic to the Pacific. The signal is to be a trumpet call, to which suffragists are to Te spond by singing a hymn and to adopt at the time a nation-wide resolution to be presented to congress demand ing political freedom for American women. CONFERENCES ON TOLLS.. Washington, ' Feb. 11.-President Wilson tonight continued his confer ences with democratic senators who voted for the exemption of American coastwise ships from the payment of Panama canal tolls, talking for an h6ur with Senator Hoke Smith of Georgia. Senator Smith declined to discuss the conference, but during the A WOMAN'S PROBLEM In the .lookin l tan oftrn oust swrnkle, hollet uodes rdbr eyes, Irit ' - he . aeq 4did4 not turno o the right remedy When worn down ithoe tobles wh are distinctly feminine. Backache, headache, i.aia IW.Jttbde., aoer8oni and draiu uipon viftalIty-bring untold suffering , gjcno l lsa sdtbb fae ahose it. e eroeyate.h " he ..t ira woVat =as ke-up fals thse tonic erekt of A D pIO'S FAVORITE pUSCRPTIOR .r h5 and aubds. nervous eitability, irrltality, naervous exhaustion, aod/ nmml. attendaltt sn e functional and o - huatbi xslJu td thS 3lofn every 'here ed for over 40 earM esthe dt dI 5red fbt 4 ofw a*tmn Your daler in lmediaes ~.t lý lquid or.. angreaed tlt fom or O e can seed S one-cent s for trial box of W r Pirajvorts Praseript on tableta Address DsR. &V. Pierce Invalids' Hotels aund Bl stitute, Uffaloe, N.Y. ai, fl c f. , n.-,rS An" 4waNtU, r last few days he has made his post tion plain as favoring a repeal of the exemption clause. A scald, burn or severe cut heals slowly if neglected. The family that .keeps a bottle of BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT on hand is always pre pared for such accidents. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Gar den City Drug company-Adv. RIOTS IN JAPAN. Tokio, Feb. 12.-Serious disturb ances have occurred in conection with agitation against the ministry at Osaka. Mobs stoned the tram cars and the revenue building today. The disturbances are in part the outcome of the agitation for lower taxes.