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$1 4 . figgins. Bell 20 Since Montana Wheat hakes( first place in Na tional Grain Exhibits Use Montana Flour Ceretana, sack $1.65 Gallatin valley's finest poildu't. Judith Queen. sack $1.65 Judith Basin's best. Missoula, sack .... $1.40 Your home town fl mr. irahram nd ;i hole \\ heat. sae! 35c Pi t up i c .ým l . l ,i ' sack . 35c Is (Our Regular Price At the M.M.Co. Dur Mid-Winter Clothing Clearance continues with undiminished interest and values so gotod that no nman can well afford to overlook them. Suits and Overcoats Now Priced $9.75 Formerly $15.00 and $16.50 $12.75 Formerly $18.00 to $22.50 $16.75 Formerly $25.00 and $27.50 $18.75 Formerly priced at $30.00 $21.75 Formerly $35.00 and $37.50 -and remember, they're all M. M. Co. Clothes which makes all the differ ence in the world. Shirts. underwear, hosiery, neckwear at proportionate savings. $3.50 For Velour Hats that were priced all along at from $5.00 to $15.00. Finest domestic and im ported makes. " ii~otf-;I;?uk ~rnti e~ DEMAND CEDAR RUN WHISKEY STRAIGHT KENTUCKY BOURBON J. E. POWER DISTRIBUTER. MISSOULA MONTANA A modern school meeting modern de mand s. All courses taught either day or evennng. KOCH & DIXON Proprietors Call Bell 466. It utser to he the s. mptom of an C hre-ioy.Il jtag, but n~,i the Iest so 1 ,cie is dancing of the THE rag they dane it in RAG their houses or else i t they hire a Iw;ll; they dance whellle'r they get ;t chan(c they damne it one ind all. th iey dance it in the inorninig and in the ifler Inoon: they dance it in the evening and. 'I will le itl night right soon; they go u ithoatt their dinners, just to plraice thi s ] i, 1 v, l t ip; st:aib t n!t:i :ant gray hairetd nllltrons develop ratgliille pllp; the- ohitinic suons of sirens, that lured men ltong iage, ctiinp.areil with this net ragtimi,. is polndterouts ild stow:; it -even catches Methodists in its all-sc tdullctive ltre: lnd Preshtli teriin odeti rs are s ttping it for snl e: the rag is tpidem i, inlectious andit hliu h-speei: it1's the height it reere;tioni, it sup lies t haltg-tfell needit : it cuts down i lhe o sto of liei inig, for its detos.tees oin' Icit; ilthey citt't take time fri' dIntcitng wht ll-t the tim-trml i11.n i itsi C ie-atI: official cares nui. d i ll tsi. ess grief Iht ori it ilsat lcar:; (lid tlthili is gone fIreiVer now the raplit- step is here: ll ire ! o itnti-tixin that \\ill rein i'r oi iill intt ; you simply .it iI, to step i henl it It heair that r:tQititx- It'ie; t, let or gol Priofesor, don t let our spirit thi : strike lit tht e lilting ttmulsic ice igi ht its well aill trag. iPetrhaps it's the inspiration of sprine hlit lmakes the ragtime re\iv;l \iwhith IT'S A righit nowts; thiere is SIGN something in the air' iand we minghtt as well accept it its in indication that the I toxic intluence of spring is getting in its xwork. We blame spring for the liumps whtich we get about the time of the equlinox :lnd we loatd upoin spring the itirdeni of tmany it wioe. Why not, lithen, give .sprig tcredit for the i ay revolrvy of the tag which is just now oft the joi tof h;iinishing illl icarel ? It i= really surprising toii kni \\ oI t I IilxtI victin.i there are to ttie mania. I lsei tol tl hink the entilic-pitlirn fel I-,ts ti oret- x icIie.ratinitg the siltu liont Sli-ttn they itlpititld t he deviotees of his ntI mot enttttil as ptiai Iitng on the street atn itn their offii t lll I know tibtter now. Right lithinl r;ea'ti ittists t eii h-cit t x dra intg it I iilty. I ni h not init rn Irle nll low thlat I harll i"t l. the i d t i1li ti lt. I have hl . I ii lit s nt y high stv 'i' nt on the ,httip-- . -u ter the l r 'lile ' steps thait I pt t - 1 f.roul :o I'm l ikely to fall for tihe l'i - tlholg ih I ;till yet i i itt l ine, There's aniothl r si % t111.01, too. Tihe ipoetry t hl'l u hrughil t to i desk ih-sti l t s iti litched in FRESH - In k, .a ne1.t FrI st TH RILL :1tii the, '' 'illhlln IL'; are halck ulllrihe Fmm' . The louts whhih are :subhliiittttl ,lent all 'illi i irls atit ii ottrs itia l hlt sly hle inspidl in ln il;0. c' llitlle i rel\' frtol] the steed c;atalogs ;ilnd the ac nii i1 pit t ires i- lt it cog. it fMllin sonole h r ;uo till the spling-uetU'y li lit is s -t loth l t ihreils . I'Iiht tic - ntltr shows winter h l itl 11:11 t" ite itlth r coiliixtions e a rli le poin t to the \411111 season, thl ir," is fill tld ling. Blut it is not h;i''l in .Ruts. There are sonic hillls, ven nowt, that we( ;ire oig I o u;gve v , gr' , t seiason for ipoeitri . 'h, hog is xox'i ing. I haft liio xisioi--s tister-li with rhymlletS -lri thl xx ;- i lillie issorttill nti ill the mi il. Yiesterslh> Mi,~anagtr laink of the Otis Soli- i this it nl1 tll , r.,itetd his i itIor. in his now officii SPRING oit \V'est Matin i street, OPENING ilppisit Th lte Missltlitt It-iillint g. 'lt gais -ii 0tIt f ii t t fitted 1it idelightful it artersl' Ith r t i-as i .tir it ;illnW hli s t'ierythxi inl in ditspti y i hich i t ill I nteri' ist tel gtoot-t (\txl'y hi iii g t i t tii Lt tis in t iteii Ifor the otitOtl ij)-t l i t tie -itsitS tloh i th s t l -liltlt . "'ft-- hofall h tt',- lit - tir, for there is notilintg like gittting h -i, betti t tha i t-t h ti oitt tet, holi Vlst to tiis tis ititth. e mitititi i-.itt tti t xxii x-it Vi.iitrs. \Vi htix xii --iti rlxi ll- ristig- ll i'( fuir xIi\ lx1e , l oib h 1180. "l'hi. \\ill l i-i-i-lt ii.t ilt lt xx titictil s\ it, ii'te sltopliini .' --.- . I,. 8 ETEXTR* SATURDAY IS DONOHUE'S DIJAII s 8k h Everyday Specials To prove that we are willing to do our part to help reduce the much talked of high cost of living we quote you our every day prices on some staple drugs and household necessities: Peroxide Hydrogen, one-fourth nound .....................................................10 Peroxide H ydrogen, one-half pound ............................................ ........ 15p Peroxide Hydrogen, one pound ........ .. ... ...25 C('olgate's Talcum Powders, all odors, per box ............. ...... ....15 O nrmot's Talcum owder, the best, per box ................................... .. .. 15 Blue Seal Vaseline, 1 1-2 ounces, per bottle................. 5 iBlue Seal Vaseline, 5 ounces, per bottle .... ........ 10 Blue Seal Vasoline, white and carbolated, per bottle................ 10 Oriental Cream, regiular $1.70 1.25 rood value Tooth Brushes. each ........ .. ..................... (;cod H air Brushes, each ........................ ....................25 ialh Brushes w ith handles, each ...... ......... ............. .......25 4711 Olycerine S.oap, 3 ,cakes .............................. .....5Dl Pear's Soap, seetled, 3 cakes .................. ............5....0~ Three large cakes (Castile Sop ..2.............................5 Many other iitems in our enmplete stock at reduced prices. Watch our windows for bargains ' rubber goods. Missoula Drug Company Agents for Buckeye Incubators. MISSOULA, MONTANA. ALBERTON MAN SAYS FEELING IS BITTER New-County Sentiment, He Declares, Has Been Created by the Attitude of Missoula and the County Officers Toward the District Which Now Wants to Set Up for Itself There w\as a nan from Alberton in The A1issoulian office WVednesday night andi with him came interesting light tl 'on the new-county situatiion. The talk was frank and friendly and he stated the case of the new-county advocates rather clearly. He is strongly partisan, of course, but he was not unreasolnalile. He wasn't talking for puhlication, but some of the things he said it will he well to print. There has been so mullh se crlcy about the new county that there has heen no chance for the people of Missouila to Ilnderst:iand much labout it and the piuple in the west end hav'e not a right idl';t about tihe atti tide of Mlisiinl toa vacird the new couiiinty. Iin this ar ounlllt, there is niuitiail interest in whatl the mani from Alberton said. 'You are mistatklen ini one thing," said he, for therr is really a good deal of hitterness throllgh our section toward Mlissoutli. There ;ire the com plaints wthich have been of long stand ing-- that our lnd of the county has never had representation in public of fice and that we have not received our share of the road money in the nhnsitrllocton of ne.n highwtay s. These I are not new conpl,tiiiint, shlt thley have been aggravated lately hby hiat seemsl to iorI people to I.e gr iatlr indiffer ence thli ever. 'IBut the bitterness has been made worse yI?- SoinP thlinus 11h ich hallAv happened recentl . R.ight 1Vow, the shoriff of ?Iiin oaht ,milnty is on a trip clear hiack to Norfolk, \'Va., to bring hok a' nian w\'he i:, lhm arged \\ith de s+'rtinl his t;utl il[ in Alhcrton. That 10 fa roll doeirld s - 1op1m 1po11 Mis. stiil-i- i(iilityi . aIlld \Vi' shiare it. Notw, 1 hil' lthe sheriff \\1as gutting ready for this jaulnt tilhe expenlls of the tIlt lic and, ; l s \\ I thinll, without justifi ationll, there i s ai brultal Ilmurder cunimtitlt in Al 'elton. A Japanese Ilt1 \\;iv shi tl ill his c'ra-,in al1d 111th11 retnuitd. The sheriff himself did n-t l in 1 1 to look 1 into the case lit till. (lOn1 droppll d. Tlhe( \Wa;s sonict tirllllcll 'stltial ,t videnc,, tuhih' was cortaiinlY liiry --bhlirt none Wis laldle. A i (1 the sheriff \\'ent 111f to1 Virginia. \1 e he lieve that the ilirdlerers of that .Illp aire yet ill Atlerton ani d ithe c'lntl m i'nit is Illt rafle. 't here 1wt Ill t1111othr ilulirder (sice this onel, it. l-. Regis---lnot ling ago, 1111he1 the .sheriff personalltly looked over the griund anti Sit aside, the re port of elXliniting doitlors, declarilng the doctors mlust be crt cal and that it 11is ia case of suicide. \We aIre soIre t hat it 1'ias a casles of briltal uiirdeir. lY t lie iuli d not get1 the case illnvesti gate'd further thanli thl t '"There are Italii incidlents of recent Ir'cn'rrence 'whiclh are remlonlsiblle for tie sentilment down11 our way. TheIn lother quesitions, troads and uloffices, hil ty hie openl to disu ssion but wie do tlnit -''l that thore ein ite anl y di vision of opilion regarding these tO'i I di e ell loptllilt. I thais beeli n growing strol iger lIll thle tinme for several years. Niow, ailat tihe attitude of The Missouliouilln, it hll-i. se'ntlet to Ius that y1ii halve' been tryillg to defalt the 1new conty Iby', s.hing to Irealt dis s lHiunlSn IIttnongi t lhe cOilelm l 'nities \whic1h are represented in the inve 111n1 1. ThatI is Xvriy wIe w-rote you re gtaridinl Alherton'i -i 1ntl y-scit posi tion. Wi iIIant tlhe 'oInty seat, just Is every other town illwants it. 1ut it i nev1'r llmade it t conlditilon of onll terinig the new-countlly movementel. VWe did hear lhut there was ia framle-up hto plahte thile countlly seat it St. Regis and one of our Illnt wrote to St. Regis that if it was to he a cinch for St. Regis. we would keep out of it, blt: that if it was to hie an open' field. we iwould oint hert4igy toli the movemtent. That is the truth of the situation as far as we are concerned. If we have been mistaken about, The 3Missoiulian's position, w\e are sorry. Blit we felt sure yo(tu w\ere trying to upset our lIlasll . "\Ve believe \\e canl h!ive ai strong, clean count:.. That is tlhat we are going after. If we thought it would not he clean andl strong from tlhe start, \\e would not go inti the move ment. I think this is tlhe sentiment till through the county. .\t the mteet ing in Superior the oither night, Mr. Rathhone of Ronan was present and talkedt with us about starting a county newspaper. le .made : finle impres sion. lie certainly is a rustler and that is what people like lown our "I don't believe their- \will be any change ill the name of Ithe rcounty. 'Mineral' had such cordial;i snpport that I believe it is the name the people twant. Your argument for 'Mlillan' is good, hut the name rc,'eited no sup port \when it was protlosed." These are some of tlih thlings 'which the man from Alberton said. His visit was pleasant and his talk did good at this end of th, lune. Perhaps there is no use tryin: Ilt make the people of the new county believe that The Missot'lian is not Itrying to make T Ironhble for them, hitt they are all wrong in their guess there. And, as far an opposition to their county goes, there is none in Missoula. Some of the county officer-, who will suffer a reduction of sual, ry if the new cnounty goes, do not like the idea, but there has heen n' xiord of opposition ni oltsitde of that. iliusoula hals becomine i a• tsit nienl to fritnihing territory for ine contllnties. '1llts , hali e heeb n folln Ililde it o1f her' ;r-;1 ailreadity v 11 one ftl more \\ill lno, kill the old mother sit fltt. .jutst to haI . the last wtord, it Ih is too bad that th+e new county can not he millea "nlhli." Th'lat wouldliii lie great anld wo hlll start the not iii iicountS unider a Iprper clristening. til: A. L. ST N E. ('I EVENT BEGINS TODAY ANNOUNCES KEISLING Keisling, the \iest Railroad street ll purII\'eyor of men11's ,lIothing and fui-- l ' fishing goods, ilnnouinces that begin- a ingl tioday he i ' ill itsll at tmuch lolw ir'd prices all of the winter weight in suits., l Overcii is, iii il,-cear, htils, :l m,. I, iIc., remaininig iln sI--k. This is i.'ii ve to make room lo', :dlred and spring v sit e i'is coiiing soot,. The store htias ie heten lreodeled. En 1tra0nce ca!n now he ti gained fromi A.\hltr as well as Railroad lit street. New shicl\tt\astis have been plcr- li t hased and instillld, and the store sl has addedI dat.light tand greater facil- ti ity for cuIstomersii ' r ~mnfort and store tir efficien'cy. Pia lbh establlishlnent. ia ] Sisit. ''l'te stale,\ i 'li continue indefi iitely.-Adv. SPANISH VETERANS II WILL DANCE The clinlx in of : wisek noted for its , iiUNUIist number ol'f ' njoyabtile ldancing parties will comi, ni SEtuiirday nightt when the Salnish \\iir Veterans give at their ailnliilal hall. Thle affair will the ~r stagel i the I'hile hall and the tom- ., mittee in icha;rge I: leaving nothing" .il undone that nightl ;,,ld to the enjoy- c nment of tlie ball. ihe - - - Ith A NEW BLUE LAW. PI Annapolis. M II. I,., 19.-Represen- iy tati\he hnootwdel ilt- 'duced a hill to- a day in the Iloit ;. f ldelegates to pro- a hibit the \\earing it- high-heeled shoes 11 and slit skirt:; by zi 1 and women and also the prohibition ,if such dances as th e turkey tr ,t, til,, bllunny hut g, thie tango aid loop t lil loop. The bill prescribes tIhat mlinliior collected froin fines for violating its provisions shall "t he used to "e'duclte girls how to th dress decently." vi! WILL OPEN BIDS. tit lth WVashlngtin, Fiei. 19.-(Special.) The reclamation slervice will open bids on March 211 at St. Ignattius for con Ptruction work on tih lo lo caitnais and tunnel of the F'lathead irrigattin M project. Ac % COEN-F15HLK Golden Rule Store. Missoula's Popular Trading Center There's Plenty of Opportunity Left for Those Who Havn't Been Here to Secure Best Suit and Overcoat Values to Be Had in Missoula The values are really unprecedented S-right now is the time you should take advantage. It isn't often you 1 can pick up values in clothing like this. Stein-Bloch, Art Craft and So- ' ciety Brand clothes are three of the best makes in America, and when you buy one of these makes in a suit or coat you can rest assured you are getting your money's worth and right now we are making it more attractive to you by reducing the price in order to clean up our entire stock of all winter merchandise in order to make room for spring clothing. Suit and Overcoat values to $12.50, for '...........................$7.50 t Suit and Overcoat values to $15.00, for ..............................$9.50 Suit and Overcoat values to $20 to $22.50, for....:.......$14.50 Suit and Overcoat values to $25 to $27.50, for..........$17.50 Suit and Overcoat values to $30 to $35.00, for..........$21.50 And don't forget you can also pick up bargains in shirts, underwear, in two-piece and union garments, socks, ties, - sweaters, caps, hats, pants and many other things in fur nishings. You are sure to need many of these things this y spring and now is the time to buy them during this sale. (1__ _ VARSITY'S BIRTHDAY TO BE FITTINGLY OBSERVED THIS IS CHARTER DAY AT STATE INSTITUTION AND PUBLIC IS INVITED. One of the main purposes of the an unal observance of the birthday of the lt niversity of lonltana will he defeated iunlesls n good crowd is present at tile f irntal exercises to he held in Initver sity hall at 10:45 o'clnck this morning, andlt another crowd tiurns out,to make a Ihlorolgh inspection of every depart ment if the institutio andll enjoy the informial entertainmilent that has Iein ll(aned for the aflernoon. This is ('larter tlay, ftiundecd by President O. .1. I'raig of the unliversity in 1906, andt which has been obtlerved each year sincIe that time, tlhe obsel'rvance falling uiton the Friday nearest February 17, Ithe alte in the yeair 1803 when G(ov ernor i Ricknliards of Montana signed the bill \hileh created tile iilstit.iutl n. Althoughill the peoplle of the state have a Iprflct right, and aire aiwayis wel comle to visil the ulniversity ,it any time, c'hllrter 1lday is set ansi.d as the day rif all d11tay in thle year when visit ors are especiailly welconle iland when a special effort is natle to enlable them to see antd l undelrstandt the woirk which the iuniversity their university--is do ing and to give themil a better idea of the progress it hIls made iduling the year. In every ldeplartmllent of tile uni versity todatiy some regllar work will he In progress by the studlents, and the visitors will hle guideid thrtough the - buildings so th'ey 1lli1ay see how\ the B work is done and take note of the sllendiid eqluiplment, tihe tools which Ihe state providies for it, younl1g mnen lu 1and wolell whol elnroll here for a col-. e loge education. I1 Morning Program. iel The iproigramll this mlorning in Uni \'ersity hall will blegin promnptly at '° 101:175. The ('harter-l-day address will cC he deliv'ered by A. I,. Stone. There will S( i othelr birthtlday talks of interest and at si]lille enjoyablle mltlsicatl lltlnhbers. T'ie ni houlr of Ihegninilg tills prll.ograllm was tl lllmade eairlier thanilll annunc(,e( at first s thit the f''rnill exercises will be W The inlfolrnlall iinspection of the in atitution com1es in the afiernlon, visit ors Ibinlg we'lcome at a11in hiour. Those not familiar with the buildings will be ct shownl abollut by student gulildes. At 4 o'clonck there will he a basketball game M hetweeln tIhe tlealt of yiulng ladies at the uni'versity anid the tieail froml the M Philipshu rg high school. ra The annual ('lhrter-day hall given hy the aluni nss1oc0iation will he at the hE gynlllasiiin building tonight, alld here a mnerry crlo\\d is expected to hbring thle " 11th annual Charter day to a success- m1 ful close. BASKETBALL TONIGHT. Stevenosville, Fei,. 19.--(Special.)- e Toln(lrrow night at the Grand theater the Iasklethall lea.ls of the Stevens- de ville and Philipsburg high schools are le to meet. The Invincihles and the in Oirange Tigers. the t'wo girls' teamsl of the local high st.ihool, will also play T tomorrow night. oil SOCIAL DANCE. to Every Saturday night at Elite hall, at Music by Missoula Club orchestra. pe Admission free.-Adv. Sl New Gas Office 126 W. Main Street Following our policy of giving the people of Mis soula good gas service, we have opened up a new of fice and sales room at 126 W. Main St., a central loca tion that will be convenient for our customers and other friends. We cordially invite the public .to call and inspect this new office, and to see our line of modern, up-to date gas appliances. The women of Missoula will be especially welcome, and we have prepared a writing desk, stationery, and telephone for their use. Watch for our "Spring Opening" Announcement. Missoula Gas Company Opposite Missoulian Phone 1152 I). C. PLANK, Mgr. Local Society By Mabel K. Hall Society items mailed or tele phoned to the editor of this de partment are appreciated. All corm- re munications should be signed. ,r Items for Sunday's society page should be received Friday night. C Anything received later than 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon cannot ht be given a place on the society Ir page. t Birthday Surprise. fr Mrs. A. L. Dennis was the recipient a of bIirthlay honors last evening at her homoe on South Second street. Thela (elebration was arrangedl s a. c oom plete surprise to her. There was an elaborate dinner served at 7 o'clockt and the evening afterwa\rds Was spent with music and story telling. Th ie omnlpalny ilnluded Mr. and Mrs. Frankl Squires and Miss Dorolhy F rluires, iMr. and Mrs. Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs. Dien nis, Miss Euniceit Dennis, Messrs. Ar- hr thur Doennis and Toml DIenny. i Wednesday Afternoon Club. Mrs. Rulel Cosner was hostess fori the Wednesday Afternoon club at her St honle on South Third street. The as- ki cu:stomed delightful hour was spent at Di the card tables anli afternnon tea was E, served charmingly by Mrs. Cosner. a Memiilbers of the clubh resent were pr Mesdames Frank Thomnas, D. T. (i'- In ran. Patul Gerber, John TDeffolhach, John Cyr, Ilerman .Kohn. PI. L. lDar- D, bee, George R. Brown, J. J. . Lucy and M. J. Coen. Guests for the afternoon A were Mrs. Frank Pearson, Mrs. La- hr mar Chafftn and Miss Ina Cyr. m cl1 At the YV. W. C. A. af Miss Gertrude Floane will speak of st ".What tt Moalns to Be a Nurse" this K' evening ill the voCntiona;l lectr, c'l coulrse at the Yonllg Women's Chlris- l ir tian association home. It has been dci decided to give these Friday evening Ba lectures free of charge and a cordial of invitationl is extended to all persons, i who may he interested, to be present. lh The lecture begins at 8 o'clock in the gymnasium of the Y. \V. C. A. home on East ('edar street. Miss Sloane took her training course in St. Louis fr and she has had a wide range of ox- fI perience in a number of hosplitals. Ill She was head surgical nurse at St. Ai Use Smith's Cough Balsam for Colds and Coughs, at SMITH'S DRUG STORES Agent Eastman Kodaks Luke's hospital in St. Paul when she resigned her work for a period of rest, Colonial Tea. The ladies of the Htaptist church will Shold a coloial tea. this afternoon and evxening at the hlime ofl Mr. and Mrs. ('. I. L.blkicher, 119 South Fifth street, east. Reception, hours will be fromn 3 o'elclk til 5 in the afternoon and from , until until 101 o'clock in tihe evening. Martha Washington and hadlies of the cabhinet will receive. Dec oratiotns. Irefreshments and entertain nient will all carry out the spirit of the colonial period. All members and friends of the church will be cordially vwelconme. Miss Simpkins Hostess. Miss Nell Simpkins was hostess at her home on Brooks street Wednes day evening, her guests being Mrs. Hylln nmllrr: Misses Bernice Kemp, -;ladysi Rohtrts, May It:nicke, Ruth Woodford,l Alice and Kate Napton: Messrs. tam mes Simpkins, Norman Streit, Clarence Cook, LeRoy Leb kicher, F'rank Ilowarth, Milton Mason, D-r. T. T. Rider, Yoeman, ('laude and Ed Simpkins. Music antl dancing andl a game of canrdls were enjovyet. A prettily appointed supper was served late in the evening. Dancing Classes. Misses Maude McCullough, Evaro Avery, Marguerite and Florence Coen have yielded to the importunities of many friends and arranged to open clansec, in dancing. On Saturday afternoon from 2 o'clock until 4, in strucrtion will he given children at the Knights of Pythias hall. Evening classes for adlults will he held on Sat turday at the K. P. hall and on Tues ilan" and Thursday evenings at the Barber & Marshall hall. A number of young men wviii assist the four young ladies in giving instruction to the evening classes. CARD OF THANKS. t wish to thank my many kind friends in Missoula for the beautiful flowers sent to my bedsido during my illness in Butte. Adv. 3MRS. FRED GIEBLER.