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He Had a Coal SI >Yo (pc O C«f>ynfhl. IMA. Press Publishing Co <g c |(N T Evening Worl«^ ,/VirtC-N P:P) r =? ■X-. V) t= LeS 'ikafrifD e> w J r.vep Od-vc- it» a.** nv Sp&yks fr*m the. 'Daily A (send. Some in to'GrlridStcne. from Pill Jtea-n Wyoming. TUany a- man who wouldn't Tary A tjold. brirh has <?xcb».naed. ftfS "roll" for a 'bun* mL LiTILt rMEKY ANo'HOEWDY' NNot.tler VuhoAc i wonder \ motive jt ' ■f " '«IS THE DAILY MISSOULIAN ESTABLISHED 1S73 Published Every Day in the Tear by THE MISSOULIAN PUBLISHING company Missoula. Montana Entered as Second-Clans Mall Mat ter at the Postoffice In Missoula Subscription Rates By Carrier, in Miaaoula and 8uburba By tha week ___________— I .20 In advance, monthly_____.76 fa advance, als month»__________- 4.00 In advance, one year_________8.60 By Mail fn advance, one month—____8 (5 In advance, three montha__ 1.95 In advance, ala months In advance, one year........ ____ 4.76 ___7.00 PUBLICATION OFFICE 129-131 W. Main 8treet Private Branch Exchange Connect ing All Oeoar»ment» Hamilton Office—123 Main Street Foreign Representative»: O. LOOAN PAYNE COMPANY Chicago________Marquette Building New York__Fifth Avenue Building Boaton___________8 Winter Street Detroit ...............Kreage Building MlnneapoIla-810 Lumber Exchange Member of tha Asaociatad Proas Tha Associated Press is exclu* alvely entitled to the use for repyb licatlon of all news dispatches cred ited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. Eliminate Provision for Wilson to Fix Rail Rates Washington, Jan. 30.—Elimination from the administration railroad bill of the provision giving the president power to fix rates was approved hy the senate Interstate commerce com mittee today by a vote of 7 to 6. No amendment was drafted, but on mo tion of Senator 1'nderwood, the com mittee went on record as favoring leaving rate fixing in the hands of the interstate commerce commission and the «täte commissions. _ ----------------I CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED with LOCAL APPLICTIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh Is a local disease, greatly in fluenced by constitutional conditions, and in order to cure it you must take an internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken Internnlly and acts thru the blood on the mucous sur faces of the system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years. It Is composed of some of the best tonics known, combined with some of the best blood purifiers. The perfect combination of the Ingredients in Hall's Catarrh Medicine is what produces euch wonderful results in , catarrhal conditions. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props, Toledo, O. All Druggists, Tic. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. —Artv. Suffer From IkO matter how lonpr or how bad— go to your druggist today and get a flu rent box of Pyramid Pile Treatment. It will Rive quick relief, and a single box often cures. A trial package mailed free in plain wrapper if you •end us coupon beiow. FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYRAMID DRUG COMPANY, 66« Pyramid Bldg., Marshall. Mich. Kindly aend me a Free sample of rn — HrrU T ruf I»t, Id plain wrapper. state...... South Side Bungalow Five rooms modern: well built; spilt boulder foundation; southeast frontage; lot 45x130; close to high school; a splendid home at the very reasonable price of 83,350. FRANK M. PEARSON 116 West Cedar Street CLUB GIVES MUCH. El I a so. Texas.— The El Paso Uni versity club has given one-fifth of its membership to the army in officer« and men. The service flag which has been unfurled in the club's quarters here contains 60 cervice stars. Both of the club's honorar> members art now In service. One is General John a. Pershing, commantier of the Amer ican expeditionary forces in France, and the other is Captain Richard F. Burges, of the Texas national guard. Notice of Close of Registration. Notice is hereby given that the reg istration books for the registration of qualified electors residing in the city I of Missoula, town of Ronnn and all ! School Districts of the first class, with- I In the County of Missoula, for the Mis- ! souln city primary nominating election, ' the Missoula city election, the Ronan town election ami county school district elections, said elections to be held ou the following dates, to-wit: Missoula city primary election, March 18. 1918. Missoula city election, April 1st, 1918. Ronan town election. April 1st, 1918. Missoula county school district elec tions. April 6th, 1918. Will be closed on the following dates: Missoula city primary election, Feb- | runry 15th, 1918, at 5 o'clock p. m. j Missoula city election, March 1st, | 1918, at 5 o'clock p. m. Ronan town election, March 1st, 1918, : at 5 o'clock p. m. Missotda county school district elec- i Rons, March 6th, 1918, at 5 o'clock p. ! Electors for such elections may reg ister hy appearing before the county clerk or hy appearing before a deputy registrar In the manner provided by law. W. J. RAB1NGTON, County Clerk and Recorder In and for the County of Missoula, State of Montana. I Mated this 8th dry of January, 1918. j 1-18 to 3-6 Inc. Notice to Creditors. State of Montana, County of Mis soula, ss. Estate of John M. Swanson, de cea sed : Notice is hereby given by the under signed administrator of the estate of John M. Swanson, deceased, to »lie creditors of and all persans having claims against the said deceased to ex hibit them with the necessary vouch ers within ten months after the first publication of this notice, to the avid administrator at the law office of Madeen & Cameron. <09-10, Montana I Building, Missoula, Montana, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate in the county of Missoula, state of Montana. C. O. SWANSON. Administrator of the Estate of John M. Swanson. Deceased. Mated January 9. 1918. 1-10-17-24-31. Notice of Probate »1 Will. In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State of Mon tana, in and for the County of Mis soula. In the matter of the estate of Lewis C. Hailing, deceased. Pursuant to an order of said court, made on the 25th day of January, 1918, notice is hereby given that Saturday, the 9th day of February, 1918, at 10 o'clock a. m , of said day, at the court room of said court, at the court house In the rotiniy of Missoula, has been ap. pointed as the time and place for prov ing the will of Lewis O. Hailing, de ceased. and for hearing the application of Ada A. Hailing for the issuance to herself of letters testamentary, when Other Cities We have property in Spokane, Wash. Seattle, Wash. Eugene, Oregon San Diego, California Sandpoint, Idaho Salt Lake City, Utah Butte, Montana Can trade for Missoula city or ranch property and pay or assume difference. Stephens - Bates Co. 110 East Cedar St. Phone 662 LOOK! Over my list of homes before buy ing, prices from $500 to $12,000, and terms to suit. Houses to Let 6 rooms, north side________ $23.50 5 rooms, central----------,— $25.00 8 rooms, south side ............. $26.50 7 rooms, southwest ____ $12.50 5 rooms. Daly addition ......... $20.00 t rooms, furnished, Daly Add. $26.50 We pay the water. Harry J. Morison 105 E. Main St. Phon» 19« Fira Insurance Written in Reliable Board Companies. anil where any person Interested may appear and contest the same. Mated January 25th, BUS. 11. M. RAWS', Clerk. By L. M. ROBERTSON, M. <\ ! A. Besancon, attorney for petitioner. ! 1-26 to 2-1. * WE HAVE J limited amount of straw for 8 sale. 8 0. Iî. S. Orr Realty Co. I P H O For Sale Well established grocery business In Missoula; splendid opportunity to buy a large, paying business. For particulars, see I Vice-Jones Company Higgins Block The First Step Toward Suc cess Is a Home of Your Own. Three-room house, corner lot. cel lar, lights, water, sink, cesspool, pan try. shed. Also Ihe following furni ture and supplie«: Two bills. I dresser, l rug. Davenport, library suit of six pieces, heater, dining taille, t c'ball's..kitchen table, kitch en stove, 2 lulls, wash boiler, wash board, cooking utensils, a boni 500 pounds of coal, 1 •*. loads of wood. 200 pounds of potatoes. 150 pounds of apples. Like finding il for $92.5. WEST SIDE. Ira C. Watson Realty Co. ROOM 104 First National Bank Bldg. Phone 1504 j I i For Quick Action Four-room house, modern, good location on West side; worth $1,500. Will sell right now for $1,050 on terms of $100 cash, $15 month. Get a home for less than rent. Niro little rooming house on Hig gins avenue, 13 well-furnished rooms; steam heat; rent $25 month. Price, $1,200. Act at onre. Stanclift & Shove Realty Co. First National Bank Basement. Phone 335 J. Missoulian-Sentinel Morning and afternoon Class Ads carry your message twice a day. They produce results. RATES. One cent a word a day. One dollar a line a month. Minimum charge twenty cents. Advertisements* by Phone The Missoullan, as an accommo dation to Its patrons, accepts dandi fied advertisements by telephone, but will not be responsible for mis takes In ads or number of Inser tion« ordered. FARM LANDS YOUR CHANCE is IN CANADA— rich lands and business opportuni ties offer you independence; farm lands, $11 to $'<0 acre; irrigated lands $35 to $50; twenty years to pay; $2,000 loan of improvements, or ready made farms. Loan of live stock; taxes average under 20 cent» an acre; no taxes on improvements, personal property, or livestock; good markets, church, schools, roads, tele phones; excellent climate—crops and livestock prove it Special homeseek ers' fare certificates. Write for free booklets. Allan Cameron. General Superintendent Laud Branch, Cana dian Pacific Ky., 243 Ninth Ave., <^J rarv. Alberta. WILL TRADE 32« ACKEhTtNE CA nadtan wheat land for Missoula hop.«e and loL Iaind located In famous wheat growing section of southern Albert«, close to transpor Litton tn good American community. Every acre tillable and fenced With wire. R. o„ Missoullan. : ~ z ' ■ — ----- - ----- CARrET WEAVING _ b HARPE, 1316 SHERWOOD STREET. j__HELP WANTED—MALE.___ STEADY MEN WANTED io TAKE; exclusive control of good territory in: western Montana nnd other good fields. Money advanced weekly, j Outfit and special training free. Ex- I perlence unnecessary. Our active | meu are rocking good money. Youi can do the same. Clean, hardy, I guaranteed atock. Yakima Valley I Nursery Co., Toppenlsh. Wash. tl.nn WILL RE GIVEN TO EM'll OF j several school boys who will deliver copies of the Curtis publications to j customers. Only school boys -clean. ; gentlemanly and ambitious need up. ! ply. The $1 tin is in addition to ID. era I cash profits nnd many other ml - ! vantages. Apply to Thomas H. Dnnstnn, 324 X Wiggins Ave., Mis- I aoulft. Mont. SKINNERS $< On; HOOKMEN $4.00: j swampers $4. 00 ; carpenter helpers i $3.50; R. R. laborers $3.25. Idaho nnd j Washington. Dally shipments. Let , UK hire your help. Klar Igihor Agen cy. 333 N. Higgins, Missoula. Phon« | 175, tlay or night. I)o4S"T KAIL TO VISIT THF hill's Trade Schools. 707 II Ave., Portland, tue., while ; th«' automobile allow. : HEMP awtltorne attending GOOD BOV WANTED AT BATIT man Drug Store. Apply after 1« o'clock. BOY WITH HORSE FOR PAPER route. Call til Missoullan. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. A LADY CAPABLE OF MANAGING a local branch office of a hlg eorpor mnkc an y or fur ■n prefer. lulinn. ntioi n. Onr > Wll IO 1« able invr «t mont. In the comp. Ills)) a cn.Ht i bond will be g Ailfrre«« O. C„ Ml :x PR IURN T < i:r> LADY I'll Hull .• Cie« mrs". , 5« 8 Soul 1 SITUATION WANTED—MALE Vi U'N'G MAN WITH SMALL KAMILA' wants work on ranch. Experienced in dairying, hog raising and general farming. Address .520 N. Fifth HI., Ha milto n. Mont EXPERIENCED book keeper and stenographer. Now employed. IteHt of references. R., Missoullan. WANTED— JOB* DRIVING TRUCK or ear; can do own repair work. T, Missoullan. SALESMEN. WANTED REAL MEN TO CAN vass daily, supplying the Increased demand for our line. Cash weekly. Address Capital City Nursery Co., Malern, Oregon. SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE. MATERNITY NURSE. PHONE 1491. DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING PARLOR; 326 FANCY 1490. DRESSMAKING. PHONE WAGONS, BUGGIES, SLEIGHS AND HARNESS HORSES, WAGONS, HARNESS: ALL kind», right, prices; M. Bedell. 128 W. Cedar. ___BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. AM LOOKING 'FOB A MAN WITH hiifdneRB ability und Home money b» accept responsible position In a new company Give full particulars. H. O., Missoullan, RESTAURANT FOR RENT FUR nluhed. Phone 372. t'A 1,1 WOOD 8AWING STOI EB A BOER PHONE*l 117. ____REAL ESTATE—CITY. A NO. I PROPERTY CHEAP. R3GNO Ing $154 per month. Two blocks from Federal building. Will take good farming land as part payment Ap ply to owner, 430 Waablngton St, Missoula. I OR SALE BY OWNER, 2 STORY brick house, 100 ft. front. Fruit trees. Close In ori south side; 425 south 5th, W, FOR KALK—FO'F, ROOM MODERN. 2 lots, barn, chicken house. Reason able terms. 605 Woodford. 3 SMALL HOUSErCHEAP. NEAR N. 1' «hop«. Phone 14 24 J. _ ____ ________ * ««MrII«« ms ... . M RANCHES—FOR SALB M DAIRY RANCH, OOOI, BUILDINGS, close to Hamilton, for sale or lease. will take well located modem resl dence part payment. K H. Itaeacr, ; Hamilton, Montana. completed, all fenced, house, barn, etc., 150 acre« ready for plow; on ; main highway, station and spur on REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE OR TRADE THE BEST IMPROVED 90 ACRES IN the Orchord Hornes for teile, trade or rent; 70« to 8«0 sacks of my premium potatoes, 4 varieties, $1.»0 p«T cwt. In bin. If Interested call and see for _yourself. Geo. Oatton. Bouth 7th W. NEARLY too ACRES IRRIGABLE and tillable, three mils ditch about placée $40. Wheehlon-RosHl Co. 160 ACRE RANCH FOtt HALE OR will trade for Miaaoula property. W. E. Campbell. Dixon. Mont HOTEL AND POOLROOM AT PARA dise. Mont. Inquire Ed. K. Rlberdy, Ft. Regis. Montana. 4~DOTS NEAR DALY ADDITION, school, on terms. W. C- MImsouIIuo. FOR RENT. A LARGE - ROOM SUITA RLE" FOR lodgo meetings. Inquire John It Dativ. Ill W. Front ,^'e Where the Knock of the talesman or solicitor is never answered. The little Want Ad is a welcome visitor. For result», use M. and S. Classi fied Ads. FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS STEAM HEATED ROOM, WATER and phone | to Id by owner. The Ken nedy, 214 E. Front. NICELY FURNISHED: ALSO HOUHB keeping. 312 Mouth Fifth East, Phone 186 Red. HOUSEKEEPING AND SLEEPING rooms; 816 E. Spruce st. ______ lioT IVÄTIÄI HEAT; 633 SOUTH Third. Phono 278 Red. HOUSEKEEPING AND SLEEPING rooms, heated ; 317 Woody. .MODERN ROOM AT 492 MOUTH Kirill, E. Phone 1376 W. IP >.VI 11 AND It )( iM AT : 20 PATTKE, blot It front pi «1 offlc* 1 . ST IT A M IIJTAT IT D ROO MS; 319 IT. Hpr ice. e WAT :u AND IMIl INK PAID BY r.WI ci ; 91 1 IT. Front. : rto n >RTU 5TI 1. $6.00 P Til MONTH. ITIIN 1 S 11 IT 1 > ; 716 W. PINE. 1458 J. \vm BOARD PHONE 975 BLK. THE LENOX ; MODERN BOOMS. 554 E. CEDAR. FOR RENT—HOUSES UNFURNISHED 6 ROOM HOUSE, furnace and garage. Inquire 310 llaniuioud Block. 6 ROOMS, MODERN; 421 H. 4TH HT. E. Price A Jones Co. 7 ROOM HOUSE, CLOSE IN. Phono 805 W. SIX ROOM HOUSE. 626 SOUTH 3RD. f. Rooms. MODERN; 920 COOPER. < FOR RENT—HOUSES FURNISHED SMALL El 'll NISH El) HOUSE, large garden patch; «hoe shop In good location. Joseph J). Turner, lllggina nnd Alder streets. WANTED- DESIRABLE RENTER lor- i; room furnished house, modern, nice garden, lawn, garage; 808 Rus sait. 5 ROHM HOUSE, FURNISH UD, OA rnge, 3V4 blocks from high school. Phone 755 Red. i ROOM WELL-FURNISHED MOD. ern house. $27 per month. 214 B. Front. 4 ROOMS FURNISHED; 833 DEFOE. Phone 239 lllk. 4 ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE; Phone 1166. SEVEN - ROOM, MODERN, OAH, Phone J3X4. 7 ROOMS. PHONE 31. FOR RENT—APARTMENT8 ONE BASEMENT APARTMENT, The Hostile, Phone 718 Black. FIVE ROOM FLAT $22.50. WHEJBL don Rossi Co. M RnThHED. 317 W HPRUCE. FOR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING ROOM8 EUriNISHF.D ROOMS, LIGHT housekeeping Light, heat, gas. $ 26.00 r»r month. 60« Cleveland St. HOUSEKEEPING' ROOMS, KUR nlahed, steam ln*at; 404 Alder Ht. ! AND 2 BOOM LIGHT HOIJHE kceplng «ulte«. Pen well Hotel, f N FURNISH EDI 1 MATED ROOMS j - 218 Pat tee hl, phone i lor. J. 1 ROOM WITH KITCHENETTE^ Graham Flat«, 315 E. Cedar. EERNISIIKD hois m k k b P I N a i ooms; 334 w. Alder. light HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS? 6«6 N. Second. ,'i FURNISHED, MODERN, 402 SOUTH ; Sixth East. » FURN ISHED, MODERN ; 446 WASH Ington. Clb VAN BUREN; ALSO ON ID house. MODE RN, GAS. 235 VV.^HPRUCE. 666 W. MAIN. PHONE 1099 W? 7«5 EAST CEDAR. PHONE 669. 696 T EILE PHONE 1191 w. 32$ E MAIN. PHONE 722 J. KCR.NIHHED; 301 EDITH. «03 W PINB BT. "* ~ 8«k WEST PINK. DANCING SCHOOLS. LEARN TO DANCE NOW, COM plcte course of 12 b-saons, 36. • 'lasKPH Monday and Friday oven tnga Private lessons by appolot ment. The Missoula Dancing Acad etny. Barber & Marshall hall. Phona 167 lied. I MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE DINING TABLE, BOOK "CASE, 2 rockers, 4 chairs, kitchen cabinet, bedstead and springs. 1 dresser, single harness, 4 collars; 410 VV. Spruce. FURNITURE. NEW AND SECOND hnnd. I pay highest price» for sec ond-hand household goods. liana Jensen, 135 W. Main, Phone 895. ONE BURROUGHS ADDING MA chlne, late model. Guaranteed first class condition. W. Farrell, 48 East Broadway. Butte. LARGE WHITE POTATOES $1.50 per ewt., delivered. Small ones 80c. Medium sited Unions 2o per lb, 8571 Red. ENGRAVED WEDDING INV1TA tlons, visiting cards, steel die em bossing. The Office Supply Co. PARLOR. DINING ROOM AND BEIL room set, golden oak. Kitchen tnhle, lee box, all new: 230 McCloud Avo. NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNI inro bought and Bold. 114 West Ce dar. Phono 1411 Black. Ft H >11 DR V CORDWt >r*D Ft »R SALE, $7 per cord. Snutlndd« delivery. Phone 1097 Red. LUDWIG PIANO, VETERINARY denllst Instrumenls and lot of tools; 520 W. Sp ruce.____ i EX TEE HORSE SIMM Nt F \V ÀlîoN,' and harness. Inquire West Side grocery. McIntosh apples delivered to famlllea; 2 wagons. Phone 8661 Red. NO RTI ! W ESTER N OR RENT NO A pF pies $1.00 per box delivered. Phono 57. 2nd Hand sewing machines, »$' up. Hoyt-Dicklnson Plano Co. OLD NEWSPAPERS. 15 LBS. FOR 25c. Office Supply Co. OLD PAPERS FOR SALE AT MI8 soullan office; 25c a hundred. RUBBER STAMPS. CORPORATE seals. The Offlc« Supply Co. SEASONED BODY PINE WOOD $7.50 per cord. Tel 937 Black. WINES, LIQUORS. SODAS, CIGARS»' J. E. Power Liquor Co. ECB N ITU B E AND STOVES FOR aale. Phone 1128. BARN THAT CAN BE MOVED. 524 w Spruce. DRY I'llHD WOOD. PHONE 1120; *14 Toole Ave. DRY FIR $3 00 LOAD. PHONE 3.30. WOOD, $1.75. C O. D PHONE 380 DRY OOItD WOOD. PHONE 330. MISCELLANEOUS WANTED SECONDHAND CLOTHING, SHOES, guns, trunks, suitcases, old gold oral sliver. Phone 470. HEATING AND VENTILATING. WARM AIR HEATING. METCALF Sheet Metal Works 12» Alder ____HOTELS.___ TIIE MISSOULA HOTEL, J. A. Walsh, Mgr. Steam heat, telephone, thoroughly modern. Week and month rates. ROOMS BY day. WEEK (III MONTIL Price reasonable. Penwell Hotel. THE PAXTON, UNDER NEW MAN •u'ement TrMnslent and permanent. LIVESTOCK FOR HALE 8'HEAD OF YOUNG heavy horses. Time will be given on good security. Plume 8773 Black. ALL KINDS HOUSES 1033 PHILLIPS PERSONAL. WHAT ABOUT YoUR FUTURE? marriage, business, health. Consult Ariel on nil affairs or life. Private readings. Phone 15.31. Address Itox 700. WANTED W. \NTKD 4 -ROON inodet I -HOUSES . UNFURNISHED se tn. Phone 677. JEWELRY ft WATCH REPAIRING WATCHES REPAIRED IN BEST t»*s«lhlo manner at low prices hy D. Glrur.a. IÏ9 VV. Front Hlreet. MONEY TO LOAN LOWEST RATES AND NO COMMI8 slott charges on good farm loans W. II. Bmead Company, western Men tan$i agents for tha Banking Corpo ra 16 un. M < iN*EY~ TO LOAN, REASONABLE terms. I lohnt t and Smith, lawyer». 40R-R Montana Block Phone 1017. I'RRTE - JONES, HIGGINS BLOCK. H ~d7 EÏSHER. _113 EAST MAIN."_2 F r» tVHISLER. IIIGf »LNH"" rLOCK AUTOS FOR SALE. Port SALE ONE 5-PASSKNOER Paigg* car. Good condition. The Dyer L'o., Phone 698. HIDES AND WOOL. A f ¥ E î I T I O N ! WE GIVE FÜLL value A nd prompt return for hides, peits, wool, rubber. Missoula Hide & Wo la I Depot 511 West Mein. Phone $»68 __ T ESTRAY. ST KA YE ft IJROM MY PREMISES ut Chit tort? one red Durham bull, two years old. Brand La zy C over ,1 le shoulder. 54 crop left car. Any infoiimntlon will be gladly re cetvad . R. vv. An gevin» , i t 1ST HLaI'K YEARLING STEER? branded NV D. BAR turned quarter r on let^. rib. phone 8011. Eugene Kirkpatrick 1 . Lolc. Mont. VIOUIN LESSON8. I----- ■■ BRUNO CHI1.1NSK1; 639 S. SIXTH W.. or will c.(*L . . _ SOCIETY DIRE! MISSOULA LODGE _ A. F. St A. M.— R m HW l Inga first and third Tuaft In Masonic tempi«, In« brethren cordti B. W. 8POTTSWC H. U SADLER. HARMONY LODOB 1 A. P. ft A. If.— Maate Ip aonle temple.—Refute* « munlcatlons flrat I Thursday. Vial tin« alwaya welcome. C. P. PARMER, E. SCHOO NOVER, ~ O B. a IMMANUEL, ter No. 64— Regula* aecond and fourth We of each month at 7:99 a i Mu soldo temple. Vial ting i '*"■*" dlally Invited. ALICE M. BULLARD, W. 1 L. M. ROBERTSON, W. P, NELLIE PILTZ. Beef. ELECTA CHAPTER NOLI K. 8.—Regular maeOR and third Wednesday« ■ month In Masonla temp (ting members alwaya walooaM ..... NELLIE B. WALLACE, W. M. CHRIS A. RUPP. W. P. LIDA E FARMER, Secrete** MISSOULA AERIE NO tl. F. O. I Meets first and third Tuesday« otj month at 8 p. m. at Baglea* M% Main street. IRVIN L. KOHN. JAM. A. BAKER. |L0TAL0RDEB MOOSE— Maate 1 and third Thursday each month, at • pvt at X. P. halL H. B. CAIN, Dletater. H. B. BLAKELY, Baerate» * W I >t > I > MEN OF THE" WrG5= Meet 1st and 3d Wednesday, 7:39 p. m. Union Hall. Per capita reserve, $71.09. M'. CROON BNBKRO$W,JB»C* ' J A. JOHNHON, Clet-ST 109 Cooper HI left. AUCTIONEER. K L. KIRK HART, A UCTIONEBRIH West Cedar. Residence phona Ulf I office 75 Black. AUTOMOBILE TBIMMINQ AND PA INTI NO_ mattremm madb over. FBATRU ers renovated, upholstering, PhSM 1128 employment age ncy $» WESTERN EMPLOYMENT " AtlRVNSY Estahllshed 196» Obteo* nnd Most Retlshta. Male and Fernste Help Furnished. Telephone 229—Dav or Night 128 Hierin« Ave.. Missoula. Mailt. W. D. Cursev. Proprietor. MISSOULA EM PT.OYM ENT OFFICÄ J. O. More. Box 4». Phona 117 7. SWANBERG'S EMP BÜBBÂtT. RB9T .er vlce Phone 1192, 2ft; Hlggtna, "tinners~anp~tTn»$4Q B> MW> P Ell Y TUE TT N N ER. rvnHACÊK T$»1#»T>bono COLLECTION AOfNCV EtlVEY COLIE* 'TING ÀÔËNCY. Boom * Allen Bloete. Phone 861. LIVERY RIGS HUE AT REDELL'R bals FOR and Fe»-d Barn. S' EIOH -RIDING Tucker. 771«. 128 West Cedar. PARTY? 7. HIDES AND JUNK. i'll BUY HIDES. PELTS? RÜBRWfii? rags, bottles and metals of all klnda; sacks bought and sold. Barer. Son *. Go.. 631 Wood v SL Phone 747. 8TORAGE __ GENERAL N TOR A O B — ÊVIÔRY thlng on earth: expert packing and erating, J. W. Reelv. 734 West Cedar. FOR RENT—STORES. OFFICES IE SMALL? STORE ROOM OR OFTTCB room. Inquire John R. Dally, m W. RAILWAY TIME TABLES NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY West Bound Ea»t Bound No. 1 ... 10:40 p. m. I No. !_ 6:10 Ate No. 3 12:40p.m. ! No. 4_ 7:20a.m. No. 41— 8:15a.m. I No. 43— 6:47 p.m. Bitter Boot Branah. Depart—No $71, Bitter Root iroali 8:40 a. m. No. 29S. Bitter Boot artaaB train. 3 p. m. (except Sunday). Arrive—No. 27$. Bitter Boot laaftL 4:20 p. m. No. 261 , Bitter Boot mBmft train, 10'30 a. m (except Sunday)« Coeur d'Alene Braneh. Depart—No. Its, Coeur ff lin* laaak 11:35 a. m. Arrive—No. 366, Coour d'AIaao loanL 4:15 p. m. (Dally, axaept Sunday.) Butta Locate Depart—No. $66. 6:46 a. m. 4:30 p. m. ^ ! Arrive—No. 366, 11:6# Rm MhM 10:30 p. gb J MILWAbKBB. East Bound. W« No. 16.^ 0.55a.m. I No. No. 18— 5:17 p.m. | No. 17 BTAOB J. r.