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I a eorporations. adbject "to the w in the ditaidtet conimposed of M atiahb land 'UiahS itavi pald it, it to W. 'C. Whaley, cOllector of ernal revenue. The time in which th qgn be: paid expires Monday, eluest~ w11 be- penalised .*to -the amunt of 50 & er cent of the tax, and in addition will make themselves lia ble tp fine: and. imprisonment. Fail ur* the part of those liable to the ta4x to receive blank forms w411 not reli~-thetn from the penalties. ose subject to the war .taxes are or Mrs, pawnbrokers, cotlhnlercial brokers, proprietors of theaters, mu selhft or concert hills, of circuses or otheit.public exhibtions, of bowling al ley.'ýor billlhrd rooms, dealers in to baabl whose sales exceed $200 'an nuii4r, and manufacturers f 'tdbac0o, cigi and cigarettes. i, Chewing Gum Tax. ALtax on chewing gum will go. into effect December 1. It is based on the retail value of the check protruder, whether sold. in small paokages or in 'bulk.- The tax upon -each. box, jcarton, ;jar ,Qr -package containing., chewing gur~n when the retail value does not exeeid $1 is 4 cents, and for each ad-. ditipl dollar or fractional: part 4 cedte. lersons fond of a wee nip now and again, topers and wine-tasters will find their beverages costing them more from now on. The war tax on corqals is 24 cents a gallon, on still wines 8 cents a gallon, and on cham pagpes and sparkling wines 20 cents a qpart. Dealers in "cordials" have been puz zled, as to just what goods were so classified. A decision in the matter by Q. E. Fletcher, acting commis sioner of internal revenue, resolves it as follows: Cordials Defihned. "The words "liqueurs, cordials and simftai compounds,' as used in the act of copgress approved October 22, 1914, are nrot held to include alcohol, whis kies, rums, brandies, and gins, except when so compounded as to be known to the trade as cordials and liqueurs. Co pounds classed by this office as me nes are also excepted. The word. "11 rs' as defined by Webster is an alcollico aromatic cordial, and ob viously a cordial is practically the LADIES!! The following Missoula 'Grocers Have C'alumet Baking Powder in stock and will be glad to supply you if the can "'frdered of the demonstrator has not been delivered. All grocers will be supplied as soon as possible and the names added to this list when they receive the :powder. IPhone 98, P. M. REILLY & CO., 127 West Cedar. ?hone 54, TIHOS. F. FARLEY CO., 601 Woody. `hone 20, BARBER & MARSHALL, 513 S. Vig. phone 27, UINDBORiG & ANDERSONAd2t Woqdy ePnht 1169 Red, R. B. RPEltNT, 550 West Sprce 'hone 1041, JONES & 1'CUNE, 830 VQe. hone 406 Black, A. W. ALLEWP, 912 North F~irt. hone I.3l lac, ~S. E. NAATS, 1.ti Cooper. UIS GRIiS, West Spruce. N:l'. .A& Bito., 582 Woody. S. C. B. Wa LCE, 1,17 Woff Ave. CALUMET has solved all baking problems in mil lions of homes and will solve yours. Try a can at our risk. Your money .lack without question if it isn't the best bhkintg powder you ever used. BE SUa AN1D GET A COOK BOOK eCAlUNETY SM P NR COPRAN Phoautl 11,Bildit. 1FPE'SOR BONNER COMPLETE PLANS-BIDS 1O BE OPEN€ : NEXT WEEK. Today the pihns 'for the newi forestry builldlig -t 'the tuniversity, the temporary strcuiture ifo be eomliletd this fall di s (st0, $3,000, will 'bt finished. r~~feior Jfames Botlber if, the school 4. drawing the 'plahis aid writing the specifications. He will have everything ready so that bids can be called for by Monday. The forestry building planned for. this fall because of the urgent need of more room, will be a frame struc ture, two stories high, and eventually w'ill be the rangers' building. For this year, however, it will serve the whole 'school. It is to be completed by Jan unry 5, 'the dtte for the opening of the ranger school at the university. Bids for the building will probably be opened some time next week and the codtract awarded just as quickly as possible thereafter Itch! Itch! Itchh! - Scratch! Scratch;! Scratch! The more you scratch, the worse the itch. Try Doan's Ointment. It cures piles, eczema, any skin itohing. Add druggists sd$l it.-Adv. same. It would appear, therefore, thlrt the svdrds 'liqueurs, cordials or sitnii lar compounds,' under whatever name sold or offered for sale, would include those beverages commonly known to the trade as liqueurs and cordials. Further, the term 'similar com pounds,' would appear to inclhcie v'er muths and like wine compounds, bit ters used as beverages, cocktails, maraschino, cordialized liquors, forti tied fruit juices, and all other com pounds the formulas of which, meth ods -of preparation, or use, make thein sufficiently like liqueurs and cordials to place them in the class with liqueurs and cordials." Women Suffer Terriby from Kidney Trouble. Around on her feet all day-no won der a woman has backache, headache, stiff swollen joints, weariness, poor sleep and kidney trouble. Foley Kid ney Pills, give quick relief for these troublP~e. They stringthen the kidneys -t-ake away the aches, pain and wear hndes. Make life worth living again. Try Foley Kidney Pills and see how much better you feel Missoula Drug fIn.-Adv. • I' Aery Bri1I d ur daypM onday S.... a of N e-rz.. ... t i dus bar gain oc~a - Ss. , t4 mnaking ready for the greatest Holiday , e. > eer turned out by a . tiJ i;: 'br tthi g > 4ry tj pread out"so wemove the Dmestics down strair~S ' The. iunuýua, atIns offered is yr infitroduction to the new loOatidn and selling space down stairs--Jtke the elevator. This mbve, mithkab ecedsary to increase y'our Christmas buying privileges, is altogether to your advantage for the event is not only attended b , a lower price offering, but, also you have greater room and a better display. ihe.a items rare all1 special pick-ips. Thb savings ar f'most liberal and you will find everything ready and in tip-top shape for S you. tBuy these on Saturday Xr Monday. ETAXTRA XTRAEXTRA EXTRA 1,000 yards of very best 10 to 20-yard lengths, 36- 10 dozen extra large White 2,000 yards dark Outing 25 pcs. plaid dr. ss goods grade Galatea i in. fancy perea s , Turkish towels, a Flannel, stripes, bright, new col new patterns and all first quality, third bigger than etc., value 8 -3c ors, generally olors value c.. gen. 12egular. 35c val....... nd 10c a yard............ worth 50c Ard Brand New Suits Taited FancySUITS 3950 by all means select it now, for season. These suits, being sram these are unmatched beauties pies, are entirely exclusive, and for such a small price. Cheviots, he big variety now offered ( ; Anodels are saendid ad ou selhemect suits here that would cost y: These.. will surely like them all .... you toAs fin$27.50 an ssortment s EXTRA! 75 Choice Sample Coats at See them in the windows; see them in the big display up stairs. All week.y Such a pretty al l good Coas ou hae not seen ibefore, eer The co to s drectly Thesefrom the New Yrk n maker and for the tprices asked, re wonderful values. re are the new skating coats, the ew sntirely exclusive, S lotfor funh ur small price. Chevi$t1, he big arty now offered special styles for better wear. Materials in select fur fib ric, fine woolens, etc. They are extra good '.alu it a 1O U p'i SerHeavy segesfancy metc.,terls, etc. Te $1.50 yard Extra wide and arortts t vaue 5c a yard.... Beautiful qualities i shortlengths. For dresses, waists, etc. ver........y ine, $2..... vaue................... Fully as good as the 85c materials This is ,lnquestion5.bly the greatedt silk bargain published in Missoula in the at year. These m t riatls ire of the higher that you buy. Plain serge, fancy These are half and quarter pieces, together with short lengths of unusuully high-clas order, nd are or xressly for ig values at this price .....Sam ple C oats atspecia...... ..................................... ....................... SeeWoenTwo-Piece themxtra Special nargain, Finendows; see tem in the big dWai\ isplayChildren's Fleece-Linedp tairs. All week. Saturday and Monday Underwear ;bforealine, fine not waist, nd fancy Union Suits waturday and Monday 1lker nd f Fleeced line d or hand fin- one, vting coatues to $7.50. pecial ............. 3.95 good quality, er spcil styles o r b etter wear. woateri thls in select ....ur. ......59c Monday we will sell a stck of Women's Fine ally 75c value, special ..59 Bo s snd upwards Io-d ,qualty,-, Heavy seges, etc.,Wastsbought aw1. yardy under regular andnd offeredar vauewintdr weight cotton, fine fleeced Waistities in sho essalne, fancy silkdresses, waists, etc. veryee ade froine, good eavyue.... eully as good as the 8f e materils This is unfuhston~~qi y the u greates . lk bargin 1uIhe idllssoul I he a y l Thsomt ril r of tohn higher $3rment silks. They were bought er crefl, onl selection ro wely i fie n, t. et.; lai. These are all wide and are ul new fncy weve and omc plain cololt. ownuin e for ser v yllo to dy.0 . y:. 0(i: 4 re, C. SFleeed lil or hand f.- one, values $6. 'to 7. ,pecial ...... .... ............... 9 yle. Value fully S ; se cousin b- 1 value * o- *..d3 _ ..__._. .._- Two pairs ~of pants Aat about haig Tie s lot consists of etifut Womenfs t \f'n o1 O C s Suit Perfectly splendid Suits and d rfleeced and i"Succes flaonnl igoo hit gown ' h of ourgn It these are wonderful values ores od l plain whe or ite or in ,ne sui s for this price. Made from colors, a $1.00 suit roer mate thoroughly good woolens and *6 at cial at ....... ri0al and the patterns are fir are shown in assorted good Rddfern ano Succenso They are f hihromlt you have had e mixtures of brown, gray, etc. Corsets, all good t, b t, avi flo d fore. All rgt lar sizes. All All tile regular sizes. .peclai styles, mO.t sizes, 'l- fl.nnr ls. si, t . om a. t ..................... .......... $. . u " '" ; s li from ; to ; p hrit ith 2 pairs of pants, i.11 4 . ., , . . t.. =! .. . S,.. ...... . 5 at • . ,t . . . . . $ 1 .0 o .. .. . . ,, , , RETA MFIT Ir HB EAi INJANUAY, INVITATIONS RECEIVED BY LO CAL MEMBERS-MANi.:Y AsC TURERS IN 88E0IOiN. SMissoula merchahts who are mem bers of the Retail Merchants' asso clatwn, yesterday received invitations to the annual meeting of the organi zation which is to be held in Helena, January 18-20, inclusive. At the same timer a meeting of the Montana Man ufacturers' association will be held and the advance word is that there will be about 800 delegates in attend ance at both sessions. Big Time Promtsed Following is the invitation received: "We are preparing for an informal dinner Yor 800 people. It will be the first big thing of this kind ever pulled off at any state convention, as iit will be all Montana-made stuff, at #se 'table, .tiat 'th eaters. It will Btes a.DOP ontcx,, vgd AA'motaie -,i tives If Iontani and kor Mntaina if dIrifries and home patronage of dif ferent kinds. "Come to Hel-ena; it is not so bad al place as the first three: letters In dicate. We will make it a warm place for our visitors, but not too Ihot. Hlelena is the capital city of Montana -it is your town. It is a nice little burg next to Mount Helena. All burts are named after 'Berg of Great IFalls.' We are an aninex to. road water, where .we .hrate cooked water oozing out of the eartlS:; ready;to serve, showing th4t we re .pinse"-to an extreme hot climate, as per the first three letters mentioned above. We have several intils, which we want you to see, in and around Helena, amolng which are quartz mills lurm butcher mills, beer mills, coffee mills, bone mills and wind mills. We are establishing a flour mill. We also have a law mill, which you are all in terested in and which ,will.be in full operation during our convention. We also have a few fountains frpm' which you will be invited to drink. It is 'known that a man can spend a dollar or mote at these fountains and be worth a million dollars (more or less) it, a very short time. It is a get-rich -quick scheme. 'rhese fountains have also the effect of dhanging a matutre man to a boy for a few hours. We will have several speakers at the ban qudt to explain all these things. S"The merchants at Hilenk will take three days off .to Join the. Othe citt ,1_. of the qitt ." ani vntrtatiu s-at committee. Go to Hel-ena! It is a curlo shop, especially when the legoi lature is in O)session. If you come and seC' whltt the merchan;ts' convention is doing you will always want to he a lneribeur of the State Merchants' uasso cltlion. "Don't forget the elghteenth, nine teenth and twentieth of January, 1913." AT THE PALACE NV, Cr. Htarvey, Spdkane: T. Silver anit'h, St. Lou3/: Mr. knd Mrs. A. L. Hartnman, New York; P. J. Newumann, spokane; A. Lamhert, Spokane; J. C. Hightsmith, Spokane; E. P. Frink, Portland; Mr. and Mrs. Jeannot, Dix 'on; Georgeo 7. Feyder, Helena; L. V. - arfe', Bi fQa; O $i: A. Gillett, [lutte; F W. . Brookl. lutte; J. A. 'Pat terson, 'Rutfe; C. I. Miller, Chicago; E. A. Ooodspeed, Chicako. TRAIN LEAVES RAILS THIRTY ARE INJURED Mexico, ,Mo., Nov. 27.-Thirty Per sons 'wero injured, one of them prob ably fkt'ily, 'When a Bnrlit.gton-Alton padsenger train, eastbound from Kan sas City to St. Louis, left the rails three miles cast of Clark station this aftbrnoon. Stove Preston, negro por ter, injured internally and bruised abput the head, probably will die of his injuries. The others, severul of them seriously htirt, suffered bruises and lnternal injuries. ARKANSAS FOREST FIRES' ARE REPORTED TO BE QUENCHED Little !uck, Ark., Nov. 27.--Contin Lied showers throughout the day as frl'o further \'vages of forest fires sured the remC'Ioval of the lhat danger in Arkansas. Spri)ngfield, lMo., Nov. 27.--ore1sl fires arq raging in the district he twi tt Thayer, Mo., and the Arikan:as state- line. SHIPPtS OF COPPER PA1LY _O BLAME Washington, Nov. 27.-Failure of American copper shippers to make clear the ultima'e destination of ship ments sent to neutral countries still is impeding the restoration of that traffic in the view of British officials here. Sir Cecil Spring-Itice, the Brit isl ambassador, discussed the subject today with Counsellor Lansing of the state department. MRS. N. P. EVANS DIES IN BOZEMAN l'oz~ i.. , .v. \ . -- (Special.) - SMrs. N. I'. :.:tn d suddelhnly to day fro. mi ir trouble. She Was 82 y yeoars old and had lived in Montana niarly :oI ye., r, the greater part of th tiai ;i I'nciell 'counilty. She Is .u \d ]Iy hlir husliand, who is a rotl hi"r oif ('1,uuuressIman Evans, andl( Vv thr , sins :iand two daughters. The remains will b. taken to Deer Lodge fr intllerli'llt e'side her mother and two chilhr'n. lFuneral services will be hell in Doer I.odge, Sunday. AT STEVENSVILLE. The remains of Mrs. N. 'renlpleton, w\ho died Thursday evening at St. Patrick's hiospital, were taken yester dauy, afternon to Stevensville. The fu neral will he hbeld there today noon and interment will be in the Stevens vil'ie ceimetery. ISLE OF MAN TRAGEDY Douglas. Isle of Man, via London, Nov. 27.-A coroner's jury today de cided that the shooting of several Ger nman prisoners of war, during the riot in the Isle of Man datitifn.leamplas . week was justified; Colonel Mado41,ju camp comnradant, 'eatifled 4e th)tght, .h the riot was prearranged.