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What Every Man Expects By Helen Rowland Oil, yea! It is perfectly easy, For any woman to learn to G'uiK! All In the world yon need Is the "right SPIRIT, m.v drnrl" And a stove and a cook-hook. And a bungalow apron, AN r> The genius of a Newton, The science of a Savarin. The patience of a Griselda, The agility of a Charlie Chaplin, The judgment of Solomon, The skill of Ariel, The imagination of Jules Verne, The persistence of Jieiilah, The versatility of -Mrs. Fiske, The sure aim of Christy Matt < wson, The coolness and composure of Central." The calm decisions of Haroun-al-Rasrhid, The, thumbs of a blacksmith, The skin of a salamander, The hatting average of Ty Cobh, The bluff of Caglio.stm. The nerve of Jess M illard, The self-assurance of the kaiser, The faith of Joan of Are, AND— The meekness of a— WORM! Weak Lungs Precautions to Take to Head Off Consumption. Those who fear 'they have weak lungs should remember that — Fresh air In plen ty prevents con sumption. Sunshine kills the germs that cause it. Choose sunny liv ing rooms. Open the windows and let the air in even cold days. "Reep the house clean, don't wait for spring. If a consumptive has moved out of a room, give it and the furniture a good scrubbing with soap and water. Stay in the open air as much as pos sible. Seek outdoor work for it is vast ly better for health than indoor work. Keep the feet dry. Breathe with deep, long, full breaths to carry the fresh air to every cor ner of your lungs. Do this every day for several minutes in the morning and at night with the windows open or while out of doors. Breathe through the nostrils, and not through the mouth. Buy simple food—milk and eggs, good fresh meat, cereals, vegetables, bread and butter and fruit. Live a regular life. Get plenty of rest and sleep. A daily sponge bath or tub is good when followed by a brisk rub. This is best upon getting up in the morning. Courage also is important. Jtemem her if you have consumption you can he helped and there are good chain, for being cured. Health Questions Answered. A. It. N. asks: "Is dysentery serious I have suffered several attacks. Dysentery is serious for it may indi cate some other malignant disease such as tuberculosis. OBITUARY At 2 o'clock Friday afternoon the funeral of Albert J. Butzerln will be lield In the Masonic temple. The Ma sonic ritual will be used with the re ligious service conducted by Rev. Wal ter T. Lockwood of the Baptist church. Interment will be in Missoula ceme tery. Mrs. Gustav Marotz will accompany the body of her sister, Mrs. J. A. Mc 3Sowan, who was killed in a st*reet car collision at Pasadena, Ca!„ last Sun day, bringing the remains to Plains for interment. The funeral will be held probably next Sunday, although the time lias not been definitely announced. The Cereal Food you should use these days is Grape-Nuts This food is a sugar saver—contains over 10% sugar by weight —not "put there," but developed in the mak ing from prime wheat and malted barley. Ready Cooked No Waste A food for the times j n ■N Briet Bits of l Missoula News j City maps at courthouse.- Adv, » Walter/Gutz, a banker from Camas Hot Springs, was a visitor in Missoula yesterday. Male, female help furnished. Ph. 175. —Adv. Wyatt Payne is in (he city from Butte visiting Schlick and Gage upon insurance business. Dr. Anna James, osteopath, 204 W. —Adv. Miss Klsa Swartz has moved her residence from 331 Woodford street to 426 South Third street. 7% money to loan. H. D. Fisher.— Adv. Harold Metcalf, assistant cashier of the First State hank of Stevensville, enmo into the city yesterday on busi ness. Dr. Willard, osteopath. First Na tional Bank.—Adv. Marsh, the undertaker, 211 W. Cedar. Phor.e 321.—Adv. Frank Williamson returned yester day to his hrtmo at Victor, having been ill for the last we. k at St. Pat rick's hospital. Dr. Louise Smith, osteopath, 618.— Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. I,add of Cor lett arrived in Missoula yesterday from Iowa, where they have been for the last six weeks. F. G. Moore, Chiropractor. Phone 1084.—Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ross, Jr., of Plains are spending the winter with Mr. Ross' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ken neth Ross, Sr., 905 Gerald avenue. R. Gwinn, M. l)., eye, ear, nose and throat specialist. Glasses ground at the office, First National Bank Bldg.—Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Edgmond are in the city from Darby where Mr. Edgmond teaches school. The school is closed for a few days because of contagious disease. Lenses grounds at this office. Dr. Schwelker, optical specialist, Mont. Blk.—Adv. Letters received from Mrs. G. Barry Nash, who was before her marriage Pauline Lawrence, at Connellsviile, Pa., tell of Lieutenant Nash's well-being in army service in France. Dr. Relsland, the optical specialist, who grinds all glasses here, will be at the palace hotel January 16 to 31.— Adv. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Darnell have gone to Chicago to remain two weeks visiting and looking after matters of business. Mr. Darnell is auditor for the Milwaukee railway at this point. Dr. Harrison, practice limited to eye, ear, nose and throat and the fitting of glasses. Office, Higgins block.—Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Smith -took their 13-year-old daughter home to Corvallis yesterday. The little girl was operated upon at St. Patrick's hospital 10 days ago for raptured appendix. Bear Creek, Owl Creek, Acme coal. Phone 400. Perry-Eck Fuel and Mor tar Co.—Adv. Miss Eva Powell, who has been for a short time a stenographer in the of fice of Attorney E. E. Hers hey io this city, will go to Butte this week to take her former position in the office of the Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph company there. SOCIAL CALENDAR Thursday afternoon. —The Ladles' Aid society will hold an important busi ness session at the home of Mrs. Tylar B. Thompson on East Front street. The Rattlesnake Patriotic association will meet to sew at the Red Cross rooms at the Missoula hotel. Friday afternoon.— The Cix'ic section of the Woman's club will meet at 2:30 o'clock at the Y. W. C. A. home on East Cedar street. J. H. T. Ryman will speak of "The Dollar and the Check." The West Side club will meet in social session at the home of Mrs. George Leslie at 1505 Phillips street. Friday evening. —The "Co-Ed Form al" will be held in the gymnasium on the campus, when the young women of the university will be hostesses for the young men of the institution. The Orchard Homes Country Life club will present a service flag to the com munity in honor of the boys of Orch ard Homes who are now in army serv ie, . ----.__ WOODS REGIMENT WORLD'S BIGGEST Six Thousand More Recruits Wanted for Twentieth Engineers. SKILLED MEN NEEDED Workers Experienced in One of Manv Lumber Trades Required. Six thousand additional men are needed in older to bring the Twentieth Engine« is (forest) regiment up to full war strength. This will make it the biggest regiment in Hi«' world. The officials «,! th«' forest, servi««« have been ask«d by tie war department to enl in s.ruling the necessary number of inTints. This is ttie second forest it ciment to he formed. The first has boon In France for several months. Feme ! ..at talions of the Twentieth have also gone across and others will follow as fast as they ran he equipped nnd trained. Men joining this unit will be assure«! very early servi«'«- abroad. Various Trades Needed. Three thousand men. experienced ns lumber jacks, saw mill workers or in the building nnd operating of rail roads, are wanted. Sawyers, team sters. a\em« n. 11.' main rs, cooks, and charcoal burm-rs arc some of the « lass« s wanted for the woods opera tions. Graders, track layers, locomo tive firemen and engineers, hrakcinen and machinists are r< quin «1 to con struct and operate logging railroads. Men skilled in all kinds of work around saw mills will also be needed. The other three thousand men will make tip thre«> road nnd bridge build ing battalions. They will serve as auxiliary to the logging and saw mill units. Men « xperb need in the op« ra tion of rock crushers, roail rollers, scrapers, and motor trucks, w ill he re quired. Recruiting Office Here. Mm between the ages of 18 nnd 40, and not of draft age may join the regiment by enlistment. Registrants und« r the selective draft law who have not been notified lo report at a camp can be "inducted" into the regiment if they gait show that they are quali fied. Applicants for enlistment or in duction may apply to the forest super visor of Lolo National forest, at Mis soula. Letters of application must contain a full statement of «xpertence in any of the various lines of work in volved, with names arid addresses of employers. PERFECT WOMANHOOD. Perfect womanhood depends on per fect health. Beauty and a goo«l dis position both vanish lmfore pain and suffering. A great menace to a woman's happiness in life Is the suf fering that comes from sonn« func tional <ii"angemont which soon devel ops headaches, backache, nervousness and "the blocs." For such suffering, women find help In that famous old root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, which for three generations has been nstorlng health to women of America.- Adv. Some Food for Thought. People everywhere are beginning to realize that it pays to buy medicines that have an established reputation fis they are the most trustworthy and most dependable. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is one of them. It lias been in use for almost half a century. From a small beginning its sale and use has extended to all parts of the United States an«l to many foreign countries. When you have a cough or cold give it a trial and realize for yourself what an BANANA SAVING. Honolulu, T If. Hawaii's latest food onservation move la the organization f the "Banana Consuming Propa ganda Committee" ms a branch of the local American Defense society. The. committee has been organized because of the large quantities of bananas that are spoiling In the fields lor laelg of market. / PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN FOR INDIGESTION OR BAD STOMACH Relieves Sourness, C.as, Heartburn, Dyspepsia in Five Minutes. Viour, gassy, upset stomach, indiges tion, heartburn, dyspepsia; when the i food you eat ferments into gases and upsets you; your head ache* and you j feel sick and miserable, that's when i you realize the wonderful acid-neu- 1 training power tn Pape's Dlapepsin. It : makes all such stomach misery, due to acidity, vanish In five minutes. j If your stomach is In a continuous I revolt—if you can't get It regulated, ) please, for your sake, try Pape's Dia pepsin. It's so needless to have an acid stomach—make your next meal a fa vorite food meal, then take a little Dla pepsin. There w ill not be any distress —eat without fear. It's because Pape's Diapepsin "really does' sweeten out of-order stomachs that gives it its mil- I lions of sales annually. Get a large case of Pape's Diapepsin ' from any drug store. It is the quick est. surest antacid and stomach relief known. It acts almost like magic—It is a scientific, harmless and pleasant stomach preparation which truly he- I 1 Wigs in every home.—Adv, i WAR RISK OFFERS / INTEREST MISSOULA Men Unprotected on Feb. 12 Unless They Act. Many Missoni, citizens who have relatives in the l ..hting service of th<« United States aiv affcrtetl l«y ilio gov ernment's insurance plan, which en ables th«' men to ink«' out policies us high as $10.000, for a nominal sum. The automatic insurance w ill erase after February 12. 1918. R is necessary for the soldiers anil sailors to avail themselves of It full government pro tectlou before th: t Urn«', which will permit the payment of ilm money in « asc of lcath to . wife, husband, child, grandchihl.G'ar« nt, brother or sister. The law also provides for monthly compensation to those disabled and re habilitation of tin- totally disabled. , Only about om fourth of l It«' men in th«> service havo taken advantage ««f th«' plan. Zjf M. M. Co. Suits and Coats Priced to Your Advantage Every passing day emphasizes the importance of the reduced prices this store now offers on women's suits and coats. New goods is even scarcer than at first thought and this condition is naturally reflected in prices and qualities. The woman who buys now will, unquestionably, he thankful for the foresight displayed. 1 he won der of this sale is that we've reduced prices at all. $22.50 to $65.00 Suits Now S16.85 lo $48.75 $22.50 to $95.00 Coats Now $16.85 to $66.25 Others may offer reductions that look more attractive in print, hut the wise women makes comparisons, and when she does so, usually buys here. k. ' ** Choice of Trimmed Hats 95c, $2.45, $4.95, $7.50 ^ issoula ^ ercanUle 6 Missoula Trust and Savings Bank MISSOULA, MONTANA CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 1250,000 Directors W. M. Bickford John R. Daily H. P. Greenough J. M. Keith Dr. G. T. McCullough Sid J. Coffee R. C. Giddings Interest Paid on Savings and Time Deposits. Watches Diamonds Jewelry J. D. Rowland 110 Ulggtn* Avenu* Special Attention Given to yin* Watch Repairing established "is»«" Would You Like to Receive Larger Check? Join our classes now. Either day or night school. MISSOULA- ^ -V / fett Hoyt-Dickinson Piano Co. VICTOR Victrolas AND Records Sheet Mueie NAME BOARD FOR LABORDISPUTES Attempt, to Prevent Trouble Rather Than Arbitrate Any Grievances. TO KEEP CLOSE TOUCH Existing Machinery Handling Work of Supply Workers Not Affected. ■Washington, Jap. 30. The national Industrial confiii'iuc hoar«l through Magnus All \an.li r, executive s« « retail, and the Amem an Fédération of Libor, through Samuel Compels, president, AUDE LLE pANTAGEQ ALL STAR SHOW the ever Canfield and Cohen From the Land of Joy, Francis and Nord Novelty Singing and Dancing Winston's , Trained Sea Lions Homer and Dubbard In "A Jitney Classic.' The Girl at the Cigar Counter Pantagescope and World Pathe News Lower Floor, 50c; War Tax, 5c Tickets, 55c Balcony, 31c; War Tax, 4c. Ticket?, 35c Missoula Theater Tonight • DOORS OPEN 6:30 AND 9 P. M. has been asked by the department of labor lo name the conference members representing capital and labor who will endeavor to outline policies, which shall govern their relations during the war. Prevention, rathrr than arbitra Hon of disputes, will be the aim of tho de partment of labor In reorganizing its administrative machinery and obtain ing tile definite formulation of policies, to meet the problems raised by the war. Based on Zones. A formal announcement today of the proposed changes in tho department, was in accord with tho outline already made public. Tho administrative system to bo set up for av. rtlng Indus trial disturbances will bo based on zones, with mediator«! In charge of ■ seh, who will keep In close touch with conditions and bring both sides to gothor before a grievance has (into to develop serious proportions. Industrial service sections of other d. I artments will continue their work sepnrately, but with control centralized in tho labor department. \ "policies hoard" mndo up of the labor advisory council, hearted by John Lind, tho heads of the several and the heads of to be set up within tho i labor, will counsel Secretary chief labor administrator. Existing machinery to r thé !ng and supplying of worker*by States employment service *HIt affected by the reorganisation« %'f Battleship Goes Agromdl While Breaking lee. An Atlantic Port, Jan. SO,—*" breaking lee In a channel near today, a battleship of the pre-dr naught type, went aground on * bar and tonight still was fast, was said to be resting easily and ci rs expected to float her und at tho next high tide. It developed tonight that tho oMiRj battleships of the navy have been used on si viral occasions In opening Uf* shipping channels clogged with lögt during ttie cold weather of tho past few weeks.