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TO COLLECTION Announces New List Books Available to I'atrons This Week. IN MANY CATEGORIES Purchases Cover Wide Field; Wiih Volumes of Fresh Interest. Xtw bool, s in : ; ilozeu different eatf'Koi'if'.s arc annotiui'i <1 this wi- l: by tb< Mjssnula public library. In tin ÜM .in fmv books fresh I font th 1 'ioss. but most of ttie volumes an notinyi-,1 at*iI Mi-M i tlu b ss ooinmaniliiut of froth inten t. Four of the whim sical satin s of Stephen I.e.mek litunl oaI'* tho additions of tho "Helion" shi-l vos: Harriet .Momno. apostle of fho now poetry. has a pluraliti In tho col hction of vorstMythology, ecluoa lion. fin.- aits, history, tho Urania, lit erature ( tofhnii a I , ami hiograplu arc tin sub-headings of tho list. Which will In* availab)« to | allons of tho library today. Tho list logons: Fiction. tira v son—Friendly Road. I.i -acock-vArcadia n Ad% ont ui os W i I li tho Idl, Rich. I.oaoook—Behind and Beyond. I >o a cock— X on so n se Xo vol s. Leacock—Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town. Mythology. Tatlock—Greek and Roman Mythol ogy, Educational. Freeman—Jfow Children I,earn. Libby-*-Introduction to the History of Science. Maxwell— Observation of Tern hiug. Monroe, DcLoss and ICeiiy— Educa. tional Tests and Measurements. Palmer—Play Life In the First Fight Years. Ritgg — Statistical Methods Aid lied to Education. Strayer and Xorsworlhy How to Teach. Woofter—Teaching in Rural Schools. Fine Arts. Bryant — American Pictures and Their P aipVc rs. DamrèüêTî —Some Essentials in the Teaching of Mtisie. Krchhiel—Seeond Rook of opéras. MacMillan- More Short Plays. Literature. Hertsoh—How to Write for Moving Piet tires. Esenwein—Studying tin Short Story. Hall— A-H-G of < 'offert Speech. MacCracken Manuel of Good Eng lish. Webster English for Secondary Schools. Drama. Dickinson — Contemporary Drama of England. Dick ! nsor, Wisconsin Plays. Halbe —Youth. Walker--Portmanteau Plays. Wash ington Square Plays. Poetry. Braithwaite - Poetic Year for lain. Kirk -Norsk Xightingah . Masefield—Poems. Monroe—New Poetry; Son:. Imagist Poets. 1 ft 17: To Mollier. H istory. Haxen —French Revolution md Na poleon. Biography. Sinclair The Tin , e Brontes Clark—Life and Letters of John Fiske, 2 vols. Twine—,Henry Ford's own Htor\ Dullols and Mathews—Galuslia A. G row. Rot hsehild—"Honest A lx* " Dleott --William McKinley. : vols. Emerson. K. W. -Henry Thoreau Juvenile. i 'rj ■ r Ma r I 'i ,i ncis I iouseki < p. ■. Gan-y and Ellis—Juu.or Plaltsbiirg Manual. .Schultz I told Cach, . Taylor—Boys' Camp Manual. Nitroglycerin Buried Two Years Discovered' Seattle, Wash.—A 7.*-pound box of nitroglycerin cartridges and guncotton which ha*1 evidently been buried for nearly two years, has lircn unearthed on Harbor island between the Duthie and Washington Shipping corporation ship yards, almost in the grounds of several large flour mill.-. Workmen of the Harbor island Manufacturing comram. who were plowing in a ditch for a pipe line, made the discovery when their plow point splintered an empty end of the Ixix. Had it struck the full end an explosion would undoubtedly have followed. Federal officials who ,re conducting an investigation- scout the theory that it was a bomb placed there to blow up the ship yard*. They believe it had come connection with the explosion of the dynamit* barge in Seattle har bor May SO. IStr, For Itching Torture There is one remedy that seldom fails to stop itching torture and relieve skin irritahom and that makes tke skin soft, clear and healthy. Any druggist can ' supply yon with zemo, which generally overcomes all akin diseases. Acne, eczema, itch, pim ples, rashes, black heads, in most case« ve way tg zemo. Frequently, minor BENEATH THE WAVES WITH A FRENCH DIVER CREW i\ I hree views of the interior of a_ French submarine. Left The forecastle or quarters of the crew; the compass is here also and one of the officers is stuuying it < .enter—Amidships. 1 he wheelsman is shown at his po-t and an officer is looking thron «h the periscope. Rieht— Stem of the vessel where the boilers, dynamo and radio are located; one man is shown at work on the radio. eral DEMAND AND SUPPLY OF LABOR BALANCES Workers Employed and Posi tions Filled, Is Report. Xew York, Jan. 27. -Lai,or - apply and demand in the I'nited States are In exact balance, according to a state ment issued today from the newly opened office here of the I'nited States employment service attached to the dé part mint of labor. Tbe only draw back to an exceptionally favorable sit uation. it is declared, is tho number of men, particularly those of the build ing trades in many sections, "who doubtless will have to take up differ ent lines of work in other localities where labor will lie in demand for es sential purpose*. such as shipbuilding." "Except for temporary Inconven ience*." says the statement, 'the i'nited employment service believes that practically every able and willing worker can be will employed during the current year, and that the needs of every Industry can in a reasonable time be filled up to Hin per cent." A summary of official reports of fed i SCHEDULE U THE NEW RESIDENCE RATE MAKES The use of electricity so economical that it furnishes Ihe cheapest, as well as by far the most attractive method of per forming household tasks. The rate is designed so that the current for average lighting requirements is charged for at the lighting rate—11.5 cents per kwhr. All additional current is charged for at a very much lower rate, whether used for lighting, cooking, cleaning, ironing, or any other household task. It is not necessary to use electrical ap pliances in order.to enjoy this rate. It is, however, necessary as a matter of rec ord, to make formal application at our office. It is impossible for the charge under this rate to be higher, while it may be considerably lower than your present rate. We urge you to apply for this rate if you have not already done so. You may save some money and you can't lose. Schedule G applies to residences only. ell U ■ of eral ilireetois of ■/. published, fohovvs: The principal ('aliform port the labor supi ly far in execs demand due to the annual Influx "floaters" to escape tin- cold weathi r elsewhere. 1'ortlaiid. Ore., and Seattle. Wash declare that It Is i in possible* to nupp.lv the demand for loggers. Chicago is described as being in easy condition with 10.00» applied fur to balance every 10,000 seeking Jobs" New York and Buffalo show a com fortable balance between help and Jobs wanted." Former Senator Fulton of Oregon Passe* Away Portland, Ore.. Jan. 27.-Charles W. Fulton, former I'nited Elates senator ft'Oin Oregon, *ind for many years a prominent figure in state polities died at ids homo here today, aged (if. Ex-Senator Fulton's health had been falling for jpore than a year past. A month ago complications set in whfeh caused his doctors to pronounce Ids condition alarming. for a week past he had been graduel]' growing weaker His wife v. s with him at tin i ml. 1 " ,,,M ■ UKRAINE DECLARES HER INDEPENDENCE' 'Action Comes With Almost Unanimous Rada Vote. I h 1 1 (ra«l. Jan. 2Js By a votp ot 3Uh > 4. th«» Ukrainian contrai rada La« ■ I i< il in proclaim the complete in hp'niicneo of the Ukraine republic, he proclamation i< nroaehcs Um pet »Erad « nmmiH.sion. rs for delaying nace and for invoking: th«' so-rallrd i\\ holy war end rtdds that th-* k raine wtshe* to (Luo» term« of roîi 1 and friendship with Rumania, i rkev ami the other neighboring A Urol, ■ ■ m k quote •ntativcH T1 <a dispatch froi a «Ltî.i ration »f the workim i nimmt <-f Ri.r. e ta I 1 Brest - Id t »f tin repre 's and pen« inn ns sa*. - ■ta l ia t of I he m lal Ukrainian rad.i can in no « ;««■ i » oKiii/a -l as r< pft-Bemta 1 1 ve hole Ukrainian people " The <h <Taration adds tliat tin itovsk representatives fully i*h tlie coTtneii th. p« . inmis s i'lcs and In conjunction with the Russia ns will negotiate with the quadruple alliance. Resignation of Hungarian Cabinet Accepted by Kin« Amsterdam, Jan. ,'T. King Uharien, aecoiding to a dlspat'h from Buria I < st, has acrepieir tin* resignation of tin memlxjrs of the Hungarian cahlnet and charged Premier Wekcrlo. with re ota -nization of the ministry. Tho re organized cabinet is composed a« fol 1 IO W s ; I Minister of the court, t 'oiint Aladar 7jU I:' I Minister of instruction, fount Albert Apponyl. I Minister «.f defense, fSenernl Mexnn •ler von Szurnmy. 1 Minister of interior. Johann Toth. ■ Minist« ! hits«« r. I Miniatr I sonyl. comm ! Minist« ! j Sy.yereny I. I Minister I UoehleK, < of Croatia. Karl Vnkcla of justice. Wilhetm Vas Jo;;, ph without Hint Merit; I tel. I 'Iblnze laidwlp VVItutls GENERAL WOOD HURT ON VISIT TO FRANCE Accidental Explosion Hits Commander in Arm. Washington. .bin 27. Mnjor (Icttornl I .conn id Wood, in France on un ob Hcrvnllon lour, was slightly wounded 111 the Mill todiiy by Mil iiccldcntiil rX plosion, which kllhd five French Snt dlciH und hull two other American officer*. Seeietarx BiiUfr nnnounrrd the acci dent In this statement : Il tÿ limb iBlood tlu> nii MWigi* wiih brief nnd gave no furl her drtull*. General Wood'* tour would catty him both to the front and to the American training camp* behind the IIiich. hut tin re t*i no indication au to whOre the accident occurred. All of the divisional (omniulideiH have hei n oe will hr *rnt to Europe for In h r period*. General Wood, com minuting I'.flop Funaton. Kiiiih., went over several week* ago. Kno" ledge I* the root, will I* th* Mem and the results the grain. CITY ELECTIONS EXCITECUMORS Gossip Has Five Candidates Already in Field With Many to Come. NEXT MAYOR WOMAN? Political Forecasters See Chance of New Voters Combining. For mayor II. T. Wilkinson, iiietimlient. For comnilsstmirr - Thomas Kemp, Incumbent. H. 1). Cain. W illiam Moore. William II. Houston. Tliat Is the Hired -corner version of the ticket which will be placed before Missoula voter* lit the city pritnartea eu March |x. Nut one of tbe candi date* has yet officially declared him self, liai the wise ones say all of them will la* In the running when the spring eleel lolls come. The three prospective commissioners who come first in the list will cer tainly make the race, It I* believed, and \V. II. Houston, nherlff In pioneer «'n.vs and more recently police Com missioner, is said to lie In a receptive mood. Rumor has connected no one with aspirations for the office of Mayor Wilkinson, (hough the first "real spring thaw will bring candidates out In multitudes, no doubt. The mayor probably will seek re-election, say his friends, upon tho record of lii* present term. All Experienced Men. All of the expected candidates for the cominisslotiershlp have had ex perience In the city police department. Before hi* election Kemp was chief of police, serving under W. H. Houston, whom lie defeated two years ago. William Moore Is at present a mem ber of the force and was acting chief for a time. 11. It. Cain, lately presi dent of the county tnides and labor council, also was on the forco for a while. Houston was sheriff in the days of gun-men and train robbers nnd later served the city in the office for which he lx now expected to become a candi date. Woman at Mayor? Although Missoula women are now well used to voting and have ft woman to represent them In congress, all of tbe suggested candidat es are men. "There'll lie women In the race for the mnyortilly yet." *ald one political observer the other day. "And look out lot 'em." A new riiute for shipping into the Interior of Hiberla through rivers that empty Into the Arctic Ocean h»H been developed by Norwegian naviga tors.