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riL c »i®, a. » 1 «cSf a£ itO c: L \ Â xàiljÎ) ÄH v ù » C _J / w/r r~ r I ! I The Fountain Pen Was Dry. Now It Isn't. Neither Is George! Sparks fWmthe. .Daily Grindig» (Sen «L some m to Grindstone, (jeorje) i V'Âît-r Ai,v P ^'«•rnc folks just li Bt ^me ? ( / ; nr 1 ' ..... ui f , i WOO« 'DH » ! 'fi 'V. • . ......I THE DAILY MISSOULIAN ESTABLISHED 1S7S Published Every Day m the Tear by THE MISSOULIAN PUBLISHING COMPANY Missoula. Montana Entered an Second-Class Mall Mat ter at the Poe toff! ce In Missoula Subscription Rates By Carrier, in Missoula and Suburbs By the week _____________ « .20 (n advance, monthly - — .71 In advance, six months................ 4.25 In advance, one year________________8.00 By Mail In advance, one month__________| 75 In advance, three months________ 2.25 In advance, six months.............4.25 Injidvance i _onej2!®Jv s; —^^_-*;00 PUBLICATION OFFICE 129-131 W. Main 8treet Private Branch Exchange Connect ing All Departmenta Hamilton Offloe—128 Main Street Foreign Representatives: O. LOGAN PAYNE COMPANY Chicago___Marquette Building New York ...Fifth Avenue Building Boston--------8 Winter Street Detroit---------------Kresge Building Mlnneapolls.810 Lumber Exchange Member of the Associated Press The Associated Press In exclu sively entitled to the use for repub lication of all news dispatches cred ited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also tbs local news published herein. i Jamaica Mostly Alcohol; Its Manufacture Stopped Portland, Ore.—Jamaica ginger "jags" will soon be a tiling of the past in Portland and throughout Oregon, according to an announcement by Dis trict Attorney Evans and United States Attorney Reames. It has been agreed between these of ficials, with Attorney General IJrown and a number of Portland manufac turers and distributors of flavoring ex tracts that no more Jamaica ginger will be manufactured or sold in Ore gon. Portland wholesalers who no«' have a large supply on band have agreed to redistill their ginger to re claim the alcohol. United States Attorney Heames said that he is convinced that Jamaica ginger is being sold almost exclusively as an intoxicating liquor and lience Are you tired? Don't feel like wofk? Have pain in your back? You should look aftpr your kid neys. Don't wait until you are flat on you# back. Z. K. B. has relieved many. It is a solvent for uric acid. Heals up abra sions and stops all weakening discharges, whether recent or long standing. Tones up the genitary organs. Put up by one of the best drug gists in Montana, from expen sive ingredients. It is not a cheap remedy, but a good one and sells for 85.90 for a 16-oz. bottle. Said Only by tbs Maker Geo. A. Brown, Druggist PLAINS, MONT. Mailed to Any Address. GOING TO MOVE PLEASE USE THIS COUPON Don't write ue I letter—»imply fill in thie blank—be sure to give FULL information. The Daily Missoulian, Missoula. Mont. Old p. o__________ R. F. D---------- To New P. O. — K. F, D---- My Nome Is ------ -............State.. , ' j I forth ho will prosecute any persons who ship it into the sUtte. According to information given the officials by the manufacturers. the sale of Jamaica triturer has increased more than 1.000 per cent during: the last year. This extract, it is said, is 23 per cent alcohol. i The foreign officers announce that they find ours intelligent and delight ful. Well, 'he girls at home found that out first.—Columbia (S. State. Notice of Close of Registration. Notice is hereby given that the reg istration books far the registration of qualified electors residing In the city of Missoula, town of Ronan and all School Districts of the first class, with in the County of Missoula, for the Mis soula city primary nominating election, the Missoula city election, the Ronan town election and county school district elections, said elections to be held on the following dates, to-wlt: Missoula city primary election, March 18, 1918. Missoula city election, April 1st, 1918. Ronan town election, April 1 st, 1918. Missoula county school district elec tions, April 6th, 1918. Will be closed on the following dates: • Missoula city primary election. Feb ruary 16th, 1918, at 5 o'clock p. m. Missoula city election, March 1st, 1918, at 5 o'clock p. m. Ronan town election, March 1st, 1918, at 5 o'clock p.;m. Missoula cosmty school district elec tions, March 6th, 1918, at 5 o'clock p. m. Electors for such elections may reg ister by appearing before the county clerk or by appearing before a deputy registrar In the manner provided by Is w. W. J. BABINOTON. County Clerk and Recorder In and for the County of Missoula, State of Montana. Dated this dth d»y of January, 1918. 1-18 to 3-6 Ino Notics to Creditors. State of Montana, County of Mis soula. ss. Estate of Lewis C. Hailing, deceased; Notice is hereby given by the under signed Ada A. Hailing, executrix of the estate of Lewis C. Hailing, de ceased, to the creditors of. and all persons having claims against, the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within 10 months after the first publication of this no Sooth Side Bungalow Five rooms modern; well built; split boulder foundation; southeast frontage; lot 45x130; close to high school; a splendid home at the very reasonable price of |3,350. FRANK M. PEARSON 116 West Cedar Street 35 Acres Fine Irrigated land in Orchard Homes No. 8, all in cultivation. Five room house, barn for 20 cows and six horses. Chicken house, imple ment shrd, root cellar, 90-ton silo. Four acres orchard and small fruits. Nearly 81,000 worth of implements included. Price, 16,000. Also 40 Acres In same locality; all Irrigated and In cultivation. If, a<*res alfalfa; l.al ince wheat stubble. Price, 16,000. E. A. CARY, Owner Mitseula. Phene 658 Black. tiee, to the said executrix, at the of . fice of A. Besancon, 400-103 Montana building, Missoula, Mont., the same being the place for tlu* transaction of the business of said estate in the coun ty of Missoula. j Dated February 9, 19IS. ADA A. HALLING, Kexcutrix of the estate of Lewis C. Hailing, deceased. 2-11-19-25 3-4. Notie# of Probate of Will. In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial Dist riet of the State of Mon tana, in and for the County of Mis soula. In the matter of the estate of Albert Butzorin, deceased. Pursuant to an order of said court, made on the 5th day of February, l.*I8. notice is hereby given that Monday, the 18th day of February, 1918, at 10 o clock a. nv, of said day, at the court room of said court, at the court house in the county of Missoula, has been appointed as the time and place for proving the will of Albert Butaerin. de ceased, and for hearing the application of Margaret Butzerin for the issuance to lier of letters testamentary when and where any person interested may appear and contest Hie same. Dated February 5th, 1918. H. M. RAWN, Clerk. Mndeen & Cameron, attorneys for petitioner. 2-6 to 15 Inc. Missoulian-Sentinel Morning and afternoon Class Ada carry your message twice a day. They produce results. RATES. Ons esnt a word a day. On# dollar a line à month. Minimum charge twenty cent*. Advertisements by Phone The Missoulian, as an accommo dation to its patrons, accepts classi fied advertisements by telephone, but will not be responsible for mis takes In ads or number of Inser tions ordered. REAL ESTATE—FOR SALE OR TRADE JUDITH BASIN FARMING LAND, acreage and city property to trade for Missoula property. If you want Judith Basin land, and have some thing to exchange, write for our liet. Farmers' Land Company, P. (j. IIox 546, liowisto wn, Montana. NEARLY 400 ÂCRES IR BIG A RLE and tillable, three mile ditch about completed, all fenced, house, barn, etc„ 150 acres ready for plow; on main highway, station and spur on place. 140. Wheeldon-Rossi Co. 166 ACRE RANCH FOR SALE OR will trade for Missoula property. W. E. Campbell, Dixon. Mont HOTEL AND POOLROOM AT PARA dlee, Mont. Inquire Ed. F. Itlberdy, KL Regis. Montuna. BUSINE SS OPPORTUNITIES. CUT READY TO RAISE MORE FOOD plant by Hie moon signs. Raise more, make more. Times, instruc tions and tables for planting, hatch ing. raising, etc.. In 1918. By mail r>"< . Ariel Publishing Co., Box 700, Missoula, Mont. RESTAURANT FOR RENT FUR. nlshed. Phone 372. FARM LANDS TOUR CHANCE IS IN CANADA — rich lands and business opportuni ties offer you Independence; farm lands. Ill to 130 acre; irrigated lands $35 to 150; twenty years to pay; 12.000 loan of Improvements, or ready made farms. Ixian of live stock; taxes average under 20 cents 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 Land Branch, Cana dian Pacific Ry., 243 Ninth Ave_ Cal gary. Alberta. WILL TRADE 320 ACRES FINE CA nadian wheat land for Missoula house and lot. luind located In faipous wheat growing section of southern Alberta, close to transpor tation In good American community. Every sere tillable and fenced with wire. R. o.. Missoulian. __ LOST AND FOUND. LOST—INDIAN AUTO ROBE BE~ tween East Front and Madison Sis. and Florence and Woodford. Re turn to Missoulian office for regard. LOHT— UMBRELLA FROM - PORCH. •Finder please return to 63 1 South 6th , W. or Mis s oulia n office for reward. DANCING SCHOOLS^ ' LEARN TO DANCE NOW.' COM plete course of 12 lessons, S«. Classes Monday and Friday even ings. Private lessons by appoint ment The Missoula Dancing Acad emy. Barber A Marshall hall. Phone 187 Red. LIVESTOCK FOR SALE—8 HEAD OF YOUNG heavy horses. Time will be given on good security . Phone 8773 Black. FOR SALE—FINE GRADE JERSEY cow, fresh; at Meaghers. R. 3. AW# KÎNPf HÔRBÇR."}03» fHILWffï USE M. and S. CLASS ADS If you want to sell, buy, rent, trade, help wanted or work wanted in fact, use them as your medium of information for sale or exchange. They Pull for You HELP WANTED—MALE. IF YOU ARE OUT OF A JOB AND want a high class selling position calling on the housewife, a post card will put you in touch with a 140.00 to 180.00 a week proposition. Dlv. M., 1567 American Aluminum Mlg. Co., Lemont, III. HOY WITH HORSE FOB PAPER route. Call at Missoulian. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. FIVE BRIGHT CAPABLE LADIES TO travel, demonstrate and sell dealers. 175.00 to 1150.00 monthly, ttatlroad fare paid. Goodrich Drug Company, Dept. 505, Omaha, Ncbr. MH -DDLB AG ED HOI ' 8KK E E PER for family of 4. Phone 428 Bed be tween 8 a. m. and 4 p. in. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK In family of two. Mrs. 11. Kohn, 307 East Front. SITUATION WANTED—MALE 7 YEARS' EXPERIENCED mechanic or driver, able to repair or drive any make car. Call G. Burris, Phono 1074. 6 YEARS EXPERIENCE GROCERY clerk, solicitor, or delivery man, would like work In tills city. Call G. Burris, Phone 1074, EXPERIENCED CLERK WANTS !•<)' sltlon in s ton N., care Missoulian. SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE. YOUNG LADY WANTS POSITION ns bookkeeper. Good knowledge of typewriting. Be.st of references. Phone 1277. MATERNITY NI RHK. PHONE 1491. RANCHES—FOR SALB M FOR SALE Oo>i|> 5-ROOM HOUSE. 3 chicken houses, large hum and family orchard, on one of the best five acre inots in Orchard Homes, at a reasonsbl* price. Address M., M issotil Ian. Foil Sa'lk 3.0 ACRES IMPROVED stock ranch. 100 acres under plow, 6o acres ready for spring seeding. Will accept illy property as purl payment. Jo« Klenlin, Sloan, Mon tana. A~BARGAIN 10 ACRES. 7 ROOM hotfse, good buildings, horse, cows, poultry, machinery, etc. Busy terms. Will consider South Side homo In trade for part; 8401 Black. SUBURBAN HOME." NEAR " HAW. I home school. 3 acres, 7 -room house, largo basement, electric light, etc. Bargain for quick sale. Phone 8411 Black. AUCTIONEER WHO'S YOUR AUCTIONEER? WHY Col. C. L. lires«« Is the man who cried rny sale. He can sell anything from a knitting needle to a hay stack. Phono 1500 or Inquire 118 Clay street. _AUTQ8 FOR SALE. FOUR - CŸLIN1 1ER, FIVE- PASSEN 7 ger touring car, electric lights and starter; run only five thousand miles; Just the car for a rancher or an all round family ear. Must sell at once. Henry Currier, 127 West Cedar _s trce t, telephone 218. For KALB AT A BARGAIN FOR 1500.00, 7-passenger Cadillac limou sine in go*si condition. Suitable for weddings, Liners Is or taxi service. For particulars address John K. Ma honey, 612 N. Maple St., Spokane, Wash. ____FOR rent—apartments' ONE BASEMENT APARTMENT, The Resale, Ph one 718 Black. FIVE ROOM FLAT IlkU. WHEEL don Rossi Co. F U RN 1H H E 07 3IT W.~ S PRUCIË. WANTED—HOUSES THOROUGHLY MODERN 7 OR 8 room house on south side east of Higgins Ave. L, Missoulian. WANTED—«-RODM, UNFURNISHED _ modern_h ouge. close in. Phone 677. 0RE8SMAKIN0 _ DRESS MAKING AND LADIES' tailorin g by day. Phone 1303 Black. FANCY DRESSMAKING. PHONE 1490 BY THE DAY. PHONE «50 RED. E8TRAY. 1 GRAY HORSE CAME TO MY placé Dec. 20th. For Information ad dress p. O. Box FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS FRONT ROOM, STEAM HEAT, gentlemen preferred; 633 S. 3rd. Phone 278 Red. r NÏUK1.1 FURNISHED ROOM. with or without hoard, 114* S. 5th K. IRONT ROOM, SUITABLE FOR 2 gentlemen; 628 Longstntf. Ft'RNVFHED SUITE. ALSO SINGLE room. Phene 1240 Red. MODERN ROOM AT 402 SOUTH Fifth, E. Phone 1376 W. THE KENNEDY, MODERN ROOMS; 214 Hast Front. Furnished;' 71* w. pink. 1451 J. WITH BOARD. PHONE 975 BLK. THE LENOX; MODERN ROOMS. AND BOARD; 220 PATT ER ST 227 SOI Til THIRD ST. GAS; 228 EAST CEDAR, fum" EAST FRONT. 4 2(1 E. FRONT. 634 K. CEDAR. _ FOR RENT—HOUSES UNFURNISHED 4 ROOM HOUSE, GOOD BARN, garden; South Third, close In, 15.00 per month, phone X65 W. after R p. m. 4-RooM MODERN HOUSE. Ft ' UN - tailed If desired; 409 E. Front St. Phone 379. 6 ROOM HOUSE, FURNACE AND garage. Inquire 310 Hnmmond Block. SMALL " HOUSE SUITABLE FOR garage; 426 South 3rd. $2.50 month. 4 ROOM MODERN HOUSE;" 820 S. Cottonwood St Apply 320 S. Third. 6 ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT OR •sale. Inquire 1319 Sherwood. 6 ROomST"MODERN ; 421 S. 4TH ST. El. Price ft Jones Co. 6 ROOMS, MODERN; «20 COOPER. FOR RENT—HOUSES FURNI8HED SMALL FURNISHED HOUSE, large garden patch; shoo shop In good location. Joseph D. Turner, Higgins and Alder streets. 5 ROHM HOUSE, FURNISHED.' GA rage, 3'-i block« from high school, phone 755 Red. J 2. 4, OR 6 ROOM HOUSE, MODERN, gas. Inquire 521 E. Main, or Phono 1384. 6 ROOMS, NEAR ROOSEVELT school; $18.25. Phon« 81« W. 4 ROOMS FURNISHED; 833 DEFOE. Phons 239 RM<. 3" ROOMS. WELL FURNISHED,' 'Pl ano; 1002 Vine, 5 ROOM HOUSE, MODERN; 30# K. Spruce St. 4 ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE; Phon« 11R6. 3 Room HOUSE; 213 WOODY ST. 3 ROOMS, 506 Toole Ave. 7 ROOMS. PHONE 31. FOR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS SINGLE CoMB RHODE ISLAND Red cockerels, Box 26. Phone 8643 Ilia. !.. 3"ROOMS FURNISHED. UPSTAIRS, wat* r In the house, $15.00 per mouth. Inquire 610 North Fourth or Phono 8032. CLEAN. GUISE IN, GAS OPPOSITE Manual Training building, 226 Ad ams. I room with kitchenette. Grub;.*ri Flats, 315 E. Cedar. 1 FURNISHED, MODERN. OAK; 621 E. Main. Phone 1584. 2. CLEAN. MODERN, NO CHILDREN Phon « 1035 w. 2 FURNÏHHKD. MODERN. 402 SOUTH Klxth East. HEATED 'FURNISHED ROOMS; 218 Pali* St. 525 " VAN house. BUBEN; ALSO ONE 705 EAST CEDAR. PHONE 88». MODERN, lAK. 404 E. KPRUCE. 505 TOOLE PHONE 1191 W. M< »DER.V, iAK, 411 W. PINE. PHONE 722 J. FURNISHED; 301 EDITH. 60 8 VV. PINE NT *08 WEST PINE. 60S N. SECOND. s 4TH W. REAL E8TATE—CITY. À NO. i PROPERTY CHEAP] bring Ing 8154 per month. Two blocks from Federal building. Will take good (arming land as part paymenL Ap ply to owner, 430 Washington St, Missoula. foil SALE BY OWNER, 2 STORY brick house, 100 ft. front. Fruit trees. Close in on south side; 425 south 5th. W. FOR SALE CHEAP—6-ROOM HOUSE." 2 lots on corner, large barn and chicken yard; 1329 Sherwood St. FOR SALE—FIVE ROOM MODERN. 2 lots, bam, chicken house. Reason sJMs terms. 805 Woodford. FOR SALE -8 ROOM HOÜBBTmÖD ern»on West Side, close In, near car line. Né A., Missoulian. II ROOM LODGING HOUSE, STEAM heat. Inquire 320 Higgins Ave., be twe**n 9 and 3 o'clock. FOR KALE-8 ROOM MODERN house and 7 lots. W., care Missoulian. 6 ROOM "HOUSE FOB BALB~0R rent. Inquire 1319 Sherwood. 3 SMALL HOUSES, CHEAP. NEAR N. P. «hops. Phone 1424 J. ___ HIDES A ND WOOL ATTENTION'! ---------- WE GIVE FÜLL value and prompt return (or hides, Pel ta. wooL rubber. Missoula Hldo ft Wool Depot. 611 West Main. nioqe |0^, | . ' 4 ' M ISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FURNITURE, NEW AND SECÖND hand. 1 pay highest prices for sec ond-hnnd household goods. Ilans Jensen. 135 W. Main, Phone 895. SECOND HAND HOUSEHOLD FUll niture, Including gns range, porce lain lined Ice box, oilier useful things. Paxton Hotel. ONE BURROUGHS ADDING MA chlne, late model Guaranteed first class rendition. W. Farrell, 48 East Broadway, Butte. 1 TEAM DRAFT HORSES ABOUT 2.800 lbs., extra good pullers, also 1 wagon In good aluipe. All for $360. Phone 1008. WOULD YOU LIKE SOME DRY cord wood or kindling that will burn? Call at the Western Planing Mill, 4th amt Asti. 180 HOG MODEL ESSEX INCH-' ha I or both electric brooder, good «hupe. Phone 1385 or 1417 Sherwood St. ENGRAVED .....WEDDING INVITA - Dons, visiting cards, steel die em bossing. The Office Supply Co. NEW AND SECOND-HAND FlfRNlT turc bought and sold. 114 West Ce _dnr. Phone 141| Black. CORN BINDER AND SILO CUTTER with blower. .Ino. Koegler, Lolo, Mont. Phone 8003. U» TTfo R n U G II BRED ANCONA hens. G. H. Memory, S. 7th Hl. W. Orclmed Homes. hood nny Gonnwoon for~ralw. $7 per eord. Houthaldn delivery. Phone 1097 Red. 7 Romm, MODERN.' NEW 'GARAGE. 414 Edith St. Call 304 Franklin or phone 84 Red. NO lil REMINGTON VIS!Ill,E T YPE "''Her. little lined, $35 cash. Phono 718 J or 581. FOR SALE COCKER SPANIEL pups, ''Flnernallk." George O. ltlce, Slevensvllle. 6« PURE BLOODED LAST A'EAR White Leghorn pullets. Phone 658 Block. H. SINGLE COMB WHITE LEG 7 horns. $2.00 «piece. Phone 058 Black. WHITE POTATOES, $1.50 per rwt. delivered. Phone 8671 Red. GRADE JERSEY COWS AN|» HETF ers. J. A. Tjiindgrnf, Tiirnh. Mont. 2ND HAND SEWING MACHINES, $6 up. Hovt-Dleklnson Plano Co. OLD NEWSPAPERS. 15 LBS. FOR 26c. Office Supply Co. P'LD PAPERS FOR KALE AT MIS soulbin office; 25c a hundred. RUBBER STAMPS, CORPORATE seals. The Off|r„ Supply Co. SEASONED ROPY PINE WOOD $7.5# per cord. Tel. 937 Black. hotel majestic range, nearly new. E. D. Mlssoiilinri. ONE 20« EGG "OLD TRUSTY" IN eubator; 1424 Sherwood. FIRST GLASS APPLES AND POTA toes. Phone 8462 Black. WINES. LIQUORS. SODAS, CIGARS. •T. E. Power Liquor Co. KLONDIKE"INCUBATOR 260 EGGS' 1539 Phillips. MILK COWS FOR SALE. PHONE 1241 W. SMALL HEATING STOVE; 117 K. EM ENT BLOCK MACHINE, 1736 12lh. DRY FIR $5 00 LOAD. PHONE 330. DRY CORDWOOD. PHONE IP'« WOOD »I 75. C O. I) PHONE 3.30 DRY CÖRp WOOD, phone :::«. MISCELLANEOUS WANTED SECOND hand CT.i guns, trunks, suite____ "liver. Phone 470. WANTED FOR CASH, hand sewing in«* bine GOOD SECOND HAND writ er; 1317 South Higgins. HOTELS. THE MISSOULA HOTEL. J. A. Wnlsb. Mrr Steam heat, telephone, thoroughly modern. Week and month rates. NICE clean steam heated rooms, restaurant next door. Prices reasonable. Penwell Hotel. PERSONAL WHAT A ROUT YOUR FUTURE, marriage, business, health. Consult Arbi on nil affairs of life. Private readings. Phone 1531. Address Box 700. , »THING. SHOES, men, old gold and 10« SE OND *e 1545. TYPE-' JEWELRY ft WATCH REPAIRING WATCHES REPAIRED IN BEST poHHlble manner st lew prices by D Olrnr.a. | 2 ft W. Front Street MONEY TO LOAN lowest RATES AND NO COMMIH slon charges on good farm loans. W. H. Smead Company, western Mon tana agents for the Hanking Corpo ration. P RICE - JO N'Ksr HIGGINS BLOCK. H, D, F ISHER. J13 KA8T_MA!N; F. I*. WHIKLER. HIGGINS BLOCK. __VIOLIN LESSONS. BRUNO CH1LINSKI; 63» S. W.. or will calL SIXTH heating and ventilating: WARM AIR HEATING. METCALF Sheet Metal Works. 12# Alder — j WAGON8, BUGGIES. SLEIGHS AND . _ HARNESS | HORSES. WAGONS!, HARNESS; ALL. * kinds, right prices; M. RedelL 128 W. Cetjaf, SOC IETY DIRECTORY M issoula lodge no. It A. F. A A. M. —Regular meet ings first and third ToeodaySi In Masonic temple. Sojoufl* Ing brethren cordially Invited« E. W. 8 POTTS WOOD, W. M. H. U SADLER. Hetfy HARMONY LODGE NO. 4«, A. F. ft A. M.—Meets In Ma eonlc temple.—Regular Com munications first and third Thursday. Visiting member! always welcome. C. F. FARMER, W. M. 8. R SCHOONOVER. Secretary. $ « o B. 8 . IMMANinCL CHAfL ter No. 84—Regular meetings second and fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:10 p, m. I# Masonic temple. Vialtlng members eth dially Invited. ALICE M. BULLARD, W. M. L. M. ROBERTSON, W. P. NELLIE PILTZ, Ht&y. ____ ELECTA CHAPTER NO. T, Ot B. 8.—Regular meeting* flrtt and third Wednesdays of Saab month In Masonla tempi#. Via Itlng members always welcome. NELLIE B. WALLACE. W. M. CHRIS A. RUPP, W. P. LIDA E. FARMER, Secretory. MISSOULA ABRlW NO *l.>. Ö. •Meets first and third Tuesdays of «OOb month at 8 p. m. at Eagles' boll. Want Main street. IRVIN L. KOHN, President JAM. A. RAKER. Beeretorp. LOYAL ORDER OP MOOSE—Meet« (Irai and third Thursday of each month, at t p. m. at K. P. hall. H. R. CAIN. Dictator. H, R RLAKBLY, Secretary. WOODMEN OF THE 'WORLD— Meet I at and 3d Wednesday. 7:30 p. mf Union Hall. Per capita reserve, 172.06, L. C. CROONENtlKROHH, C. C. J A. JOHNSON, C'lerk, 1411 Cooper Street. AUCTIONEER. K. !.. KIRK HART, AUCTIONEER, 12Ï W-Mt Cedar. Residence phone 11(1; office 75 Rlack. automobiTTe~trimminq and PAINTING M ATT I MIMS MADE OVER. PBATHl era renovated, upholstering. Phone 1128. mm : m No *** nitsL ®' 55a m - j employment AGENCY 1 WESTERN EMPLOYMENT AOfiNCT EKtahllshed |908 Oldest and Most Reliable. Male and Female Help Furnished. Telephone 229—Da v or Night. 128 Higgins Ave., Missoula, Mont. W. D. Cursev, Proprietor. SWANRERG KM PL. nUREAlO't Higgins Ave, Oldest ln westen _Montana, bent aervlre. Phone 1122 MISSOULA KM PLOV M ENT OFEÎCi J O. More. Rox 40. Phon« MT J ___TINNERS AND TINSHOPS REHi. THE TINNER. FURNACE! Telephone 635. COLLECTION AGENCY ERVE Y COLLECTING AOENC1 Room 8. Allen Rlock. Phone 8S1. LIVERY RIGS for HIRE AT REDEI.L'S RAL and Feed Ram. 128 West Cedar. H ' Elf ) If - R T DIN O PARTY. J J Tucker, 7710. HIDES AND JUNK. VE BUY HIDES, PELTS. RÜBÜÊi I *c*<. bottles and metals of all kind) Nooks bought and sold. Barer. 8c 1 Go.. 631 Woodv st. Phon* 74T. storage" f! EN ERA L S T O R A" O E — ËVERÎ hing on earth; expert packing si •rating. J. W. Reelv. 734 West Ceds _____ WOOD SAWING CALL STOr.ERAPOER PHONE 111 CARPET WEAVING sH appe iai a eupnwoon STRRK RAILWAY TIME TABLE NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY Ws»t Bound East Baund No. 1 lo to p. m I No. 2 — 1 : 10 p. No. 3 .12:40p.m. I No. 4_ 7:1#O. No. 41— 8:15 a.m. | No. 42_ 1:47 p. Bitter Root Branch. Depart—No *71. Bitter Root to# #:40 a. m. No. 29*. Bitter R 4 >«t mil train. 3 p. m. (except Sunday). Arrive—No. 27*. Bitter Root lot 4:20 p. m. No. 2 * 1 , Bitter Root mil train. 10;*# a. m. (except 8unday). Coeur d'Alene Bra neb. Depart—No. SIS, Cœur d'Alsae |m I1;3r a m Arrive—No. *64, Coeur d* Alias lot 4:16 p, m. (Dally, exoept Sunday.) Butt# Looala. Depart—No. *6«, t;46 a. m. No. I 4:30 p. m. ,A l 7 |ve ~ No - *"• a. m. Mo. t lv!|0 p. IBs MILWAUKâB. Woo* Bound . No. lsJlUW No. 1*— 6:17 p.m. | No. 17—11:111 . _ _ | M1M . IU .. * **"* LIU*» J ' F ' Eilshman—Ravalli to fleet" trains 4t, ? «pd ^|.