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HE DAILY nSSODUAN
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BALFOUR DEMANDS
DEATH OF IMPERIALISM
Says England Will Not Cease
War Now.
(Continued Prom Page One.)
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sallies conference, was defeated by the
house of commons two weeks ago, ap
peared to be the only person in the
world who considered Von Hertling's
reference to Belgium satisfactory.
"Many questions must be settled at
the peace conference." Mr. Balfour con
tinued, "but the question of Belgium
is the best touchstone of the honesty
of purpose of central European di
plomacy and especially of German di
plomacy. Then- is only one course
for the offending nation in this case,
namely, unconditional restoration and
reparation. When was Belgium the
jumping off ground of enemy machina
tions and why should Germany suppose
it is going to be?"
Analysas Propositions.
The foreign secretary then analyzed
the four propositions and Von Hert
llng's attitude concerning them, as well
as the chancellor's frame of mind re
garding Alsace Lorraine. He contin
ued:
"I could understand a German taking
a different view to the view of the
French, British, Italian or American
governments, but not a German discus
sing the principles essential to justice
and saying: "There is no question of
Alsace-Lorraine to go before a i»eace
conference.
"Regarding President Wilson's sec
ond proposition we have had within the
lust few weeks a specimen of how Von
Hertling interprets in action the prin
ciple he so glibly approves In theory.
To take one instance only, the cession
of Polish territory to the Fkraine. We
would like to know how the Germans
came to make this gross violation of
their principle?
Upheld Balance *f Fewer.
"Coming to the third ^proposition Von
Hertling says, with Justice, that the
doctrine of the balance of power is a
more or less antiquated doctrine. He
further accuses England of being the
upholder of that doctrine for purposes
of aggrandisement. That is' a pro
foundly unhistorlcal method of looking
at the question. Great Britain has
fought time and again for the balance
of power, because only by fighting
could Europe be saved from the domi
nation of one overbearing and aggres
sive nation.
"If Von Hertling really wanta to
make the balance of power antiquat
ed, he can do it by Inducing his coun
trymen te abandon that policy of am
bitious domination which overshadows
the world at this moment.
"I return to Preaident Wilson's third
-mid fourth principles. Consider for a
moment how Von Hertling desires to
see the principle; that the interest and
benefit of the populations concerned
should be considered in peace arrange
ments, He mentions three countries he
Wishes to see restored to Turkey,
namely: Armenia, Palestine and Mes
opotamia.
"Does any one think that it would be
to the interest and benefit of the popu
lations concerned? Von Hertling ac
cuses ua of being animated with pure
ly ambitious designs, when we invaded
Mnanpntsmis and captured Jerusalem,
I suppose he would say that Russia
was similarly moved when she occu
pied Armenia. But when Turkey went
to war she picked a quarrel with us
for purely ambitious purposes. She was I
promised by Germany the possession of !
Egvpt. Would the interest and happi
ness'of the population of Egypt be best
conserved by Turkish conquest of |
Egypt ? I
Not Serious. j
• The Germans in the search for j
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would have restored Kgypt to the worst j
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rule the world has ever known. The
would have destroyed Arabia independ
ence and abandoned Ralestine to those
who had rendered it sterile all these
centuries.
"How could any one preach serious
ly the profession of faith about the in
terests of populations after this evi
dence of the manner in which Von
Hertllng desires to see it carried out?
i If the roichstag hud unv sense of hu
I mor ii most surely have smiled when it
I heard the chancellor dealing in that
spirit, with the dominating doctrine of
•every important German statesman,
soldier and German thinker for two
generations at least. So much for the
four principles which Mr. Holt says
Von Hertling accepts and which, tie
thinks, the Hritish government is back
ward in not accepting. I hope my
short analysis may have convinced
them that there are two sides to the
quest ion."
GERMANY IS SHORT
OF AIRSHIP MATERIAL
Washington, Feb. 27.—Captured Ger
man airplanes brought to the United
States for study by aviation experts
reveal the fact that the Germans
are using material very much inferior
to the standards set for American war
planes. The Germans are apparently
very short of spruce timber.
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Cough Modicina for Children.
The fact that Chamberlain'« Ci
Remedy gives prompt relief and is
pleasant and safe to take has made. It
a favorite with the mothers of young
children.
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When women get their rights the
will send their husbands to war a
their substitutes.
Notice of Close of Registration.
Notice Is hereby given that the reg
istration books for the registration of
qualified electors residing In the city
of Missoula, town of Ronan and all
Missoula Humane Society
Officers
If you have a case which calls for
tbelr attention notify one of the
following:
Andrew Logan, president, phone
70 W; 220 East Main.
Mrs. H. C. Myera, vice preaident;
phone 182 red; 536 Woodford street
Mrs. J. 8. B Clemente, second vice
president; phone 8421 black; Or
chard Homes.
Mrs. A. N. Whitlock, secretary,
415 Connell avenue; phone 974.
W. 1. Bahtbgton, treasurer ; phone
14; courthouse.
A Little Home
4 rooms, modern, fireplace, cellar,
electric light, shed can he used for
garage; good south side location,
close in and convenient to street car.
Prie« 11,9. r .O, 1f0« cash, balance 6%.
FRANK M. PEARSON
119 W. Cedar Straet.
A small piece of ground, two
room house, good soil and water
right. Close to city. Can be had at
a sacrifice, and on easy terms. 94SO.
A new 4-room plastered bunga
low, modern, cement block founda
tion, cement cellar, clothes closets,
4 lots, fruit and shade trees, chicken
house, barn and wood shod; eloso to
school and car line. Price, |1,750.
Ira C. Watson Realty Co.
Second Floor First Natl. Bank Bid.
Phene 1504 Residence 90S
Get Ready lor the
Big Crop Drive
Wc have a genuine first-class
list of large and small ranches
for sale at real bargain rates.
Also ranches to trade for
small farm property.
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STEPBBB-BATES CO.
11« E. Cedar. Phono 90
School Districts of the first class, with- t
I in the County of Missoula, for the Mis*
! soula city primary nominating election,
J he Missoula city election, the Konan
SÄÄ.rbÄ
| the following dates, to-wlt:
I Missoula city primary election, March
j t8. 1918.
j Missoula city election, April 1st, 1818.
! â-âîïïs sa
j tlon! , Aprl , 6th( , 91g
will he closed on tho following
dates:
Missoula city primary election. Feb
ruary 15th, 1918, at 5 o'clock p. m.
Missoula city election, March 1st,
1918, at 6 o'clock p. rn.
Ronan town election, March 1st, 1918,
at 5 o'clock p. m.
Missoula county school district elec
tions, March Cth, 1918, at 6 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
law.
W. J. BAB1NGTON,
Pounty Clerk and Recorder In and
for the County of Missoula, State of
Montana.
Dated this 8th dsy of January. 1818.
1-18 to 3-6 Inc.
FOR RENT
5 Good Houses.
:i Housekeeping Suites.
2 Ranches.
2 Orchard Tracts.
O. B. S. Orr Realty Co.
PHONE 270
RICHES TODAY AND
RAGS TOMORROW
Are stock
;k and lie
inds; hut th
land
Is AMER
:1CA. lh
> you own
your
shure of
A morion ':
' Why not.
whim
you cun
buy on
easy terms:
Seven-1
room ho
line, water
und
lights, ha
irn and
woodshed, 0
n the*
West sid
c, $1,300.
And a
5-room
all-modern
bo 11 Me
an the N
iirth side
for 51,500.
Standift & Shove Realty Co.
First National Bank Basement.
Phono 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 « month.
Minimum cnarge twenty cents.
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.
FARM LANDS.
Y 11 U rTÏÏAN < E IN CANADA RICH
lands and business opportunities of
fer you Independence; farm lands, ,
$11 to $30 acre; irrigated lands. $35 •
to 150; twenty years to puy; 12,000
loan in Improvement*. Ig.nn of
livestock. Taxes average under
twenty cents an acre; no taxes
on Improvements, i>ersonnl prop
erty or livestock. Good Markets,
churches. schools, roads, tele
phones. Excellent climate—crop» and
Ifve stock prove it. Special home
seekers' fare certificates. Write for
free booklets. Allan Cameron. Gen
eral Superintendent Land Branch,
Canadian Pacific Ry., 213 Nlnlli Ave„
Calgary, Alberta.
JEWELRY A WATCH REPAIRING
WATCHES REPAIRED IN BEST
possible manner at low prices by
D. Girsoa. 184 W. Front StreeL !
' AUCTIONEER i
WHO'S YOUR AUCTIONEER? WHY
Col. C. L. Bresee is the man who
cried my sale. He can sell anything
from a knitting needle to a hay
stack. Phone 1500 or Inquire 118
Clay street.
K. L. KIKKIfAKT. AUCTIONEER, 128
West Cedar. Residence phono 1265;
office 75 Black.
MOTELS.
THE Mlseejo^«. nu TEL, J. A.
Walsh. Mrr. Steam heat, telephone, *
thoroughly modern. Week and month j
_rate*. _____ _ ____
NICE CLEAN STEAM HEATED 1
rooms, restaurant next door. Prices
reasonable. Penwell Hotel.
CARPET WEAVING
SHARPE, 1314 ■HEWWftOD HTRT.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
TO lease RENT AURA NT ON THE
first of Man h; prelerabiy to man and
wife; good location and trade, fig
small town, for terms see or write,
O.trland Hotel. Dixon. Mont.
IT WILL, PAY YOU TO TRADE' Af
the Cash Market, at Ltndboig'e.
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HELP WANTED—MALE.
Paper Milts Work
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hington.
k for st end v
■s old.
essary.
At Cnmas,
IVrmanent wnrl
over eighteen yeai
No experience n
Married men preferred.
All inside jobs now filled but can
still use some men on outside work
on construction and in yard. Low
est wages 13.10 for nine hours. Good
chance for advancement since va
cancies on insuie work, eight-hour
shift work and other higher paid
work are filled from outside clews.
Can also use carpenters at JUSO
to $(.20.
Strike not yet declared off hut mill
running smoothly and without
trouble and over 7_■ men on pay roll.
Hoard and lodging can he obtained
at 16.00 to 18.On per week depending
upon location.
Camas is on main linn of S. R. K
S. railroad about twenty-four miles
iront Portland, Oregon, and about
fifteen miles from Vancouver. Wash
ington. Jitney service to Vancouver;
half hour electric service Vancouver
to Portland; two boat lines Camas
In Portland; fan on olio twenty-five
cents; other fitly cents.
Cut out this ml and apply in Person
at Camas office or room ;,09 Oregon
Building, Portland, and you will be
given job if able bodied even If nil
vacancies are then filled.
This applies for limited time only.
11.1)0 Wll.l, BE GIVEN TO EACH OF
several schoolboys who will deliver
copies Of the I 'll rt Is publient ions lo
customers. Only schoolboys clean,
gentlemanly mul ambitious need ap
ply. The 11.00 Is in addition to lib.
cru I cash profits und many other ad
vantages. Apply to Thomas II. Duii
stan, 321 N. Higgins Avo., Missoula,
Mont.
STEADY MEN WANTED iu TAKE
exclusive control of good territory In
western Montuna and other good
fields. Money advanced weekly.
Outfit and special training free. Ex
perience uiineccnBnry. Our active
meu are making good money. You
can do the same. Clean, hardy,
guaranteed stock. Yakima Valley
_Nursery Co.. Toppcnlsh. Wash.
WANTED MAN WITH SMALL
sawmill to saw lumber for Reserva
tion I«and Ai Lumber Co., Itonun,
At ont.
BOY WITH HORSE foil PAPER
roule. Call at Missoulian.
______HELP WANTED—FEMALE.
GOOD iiOrSKKEÊPEIt AND CoOK
on rutieh. Slate wages. For Infor
mation address Reynold Davis, St,
Ignatius, Mont
SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE.
RESPECTA RLE WOMAN WISHES
position at once as housekeeper In
respectable gentleman's home. No
objection to one or two children.
Inquire 925 E. Cedar, Phone 327 J.
GIRL WITH 3 YEARS EXPERIENCE
as elerk wish* s position. Phone 1071.
MATERNITY NURSE. PHONE 148L
R EAL ESTATE—COUNTRY_39
NEAR II A \\ I HOItNE SCHOOL. 3
acres. 7-room house, electric lights.
_Phone Mil Rlack.
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REAL ESTAT e—FOR «ALE ON
___ TRADE ,
FOR OI M K SALE hit TRAhi'l, 272
acres irrigated land 7 miles from
town, 12 room house and burn, lOo
acres cultivated, 540 inches of de
creed water right, one mile to store
and school, immediate possession.
Reduced price $60 per acre, easy
terms. A Snap. Write for particu
lars and list. Johnston Brothers,
Real Est ate, ItaiftUton, Montana.
NEARLY 400 ACRES IRRIGABLE
and tillable, three mile ditch about
completed, all fenced, house, barn,
etc., 150 acre* ready for plow; on
main highway, station and spur on
place. $40. Wheeldon-Rossi Co.
FOR SALE till EXCHANGE, MOD
ern 5-room bungalow, will consider
good automobile, phone 1o26.
ji* »TEL AND POOLROOM AT PARA
dlse, Mont. Inquire Ed. F. Riberdy,
Ht. Regis. Montana.
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H KLM VILLE DRUG STORE, TEL hi
pbone proprietor. Dr. Rcnnick, Stev
ens ville.
_REAL ESTATE—CITY.
For SALE BY OWNER, 2 STORY
brick house, 1*0 ft, front. Fruit
trees. Close in on south side; 425
south 5lh, IV.
SMALL H'llSK, ff LOTS, GOOD
fence, chicken house, woodshed, nice
fruit tree*. Inquire 5 p. m. at 1833
< ooper St.
FOR MALE— FIVE ROOM MODERN, 2
lota, barn, chicken house. Reason
able terms. 905 Woodford.
_ RANCHES—FOR SALS 44
ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY ACRES
of the best hay and grain Und In the
Bitter Hoot for sale. Seventy-five
dollars per acre. Half cash. Hal
_ance^terms. Box 6K Hamilton, Mont.
FOR S.YlE ONE of TI1K BEST
Improved 5-acre tracts in tho Orch
ard Homes. (5. H. Memory, 8. 7th
W. >
WOOD 8AWINO
* KTOI.RR ARGER PHONE 111».'
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BOARD AND ROOM.
FRONT Rt »< »1 WITH BOARD; 238
Last Front.
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] FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS
1 FRONT ROOM, SUITABLE FOR
ladles or gentlemen, near car line,
I 6XS j.ongstulf. Rhone 1555.
NICE SOUTH FRONT ROOM, MOD
I ern. furnace heal, close In; 528 N.
! Third, west. Rhone 1169.
1 NICELY FURNISHED ROOM,
with or without hoard; 119 S. 6th E.
FCRNISIIKD ROOM IN PRIVATE
home, use of garage. 410 W. Spruce.
THE KENNEDY, MODERN ROOMS;
214 East Front.
THREE Ft 'RN ISH El >, MODERN; 22
Woodford.
WITH BOARD. PHONE 875 BLK.
THE LENOX; MODERN ROOMS.
GAS. 22 3 K. CEI >AIt. "
534 F. CEDAR.
t:i4 B. MAIN.
FOR RENT—HOUSE«
UNFURNISHED
SIX ROOM IIOCSK. 3 ROOMS
furnished, heater and range, large
yard, garage, near Roosevelt school;
$16.25 per mouth. Key a I '2 Is Tra
înent.
6 ROOMS, Modern, eine Lot' \
lion, fruit and shade trees, garden,
chicken house. Call Rowland's .lew
dry store.
S- Ri HLM Hl' NG A 1,0 w, GARAGE; 6I I
S. 1th, W. Inquire 321 K. Front.
6 ROOM HOUSE. FURNACE AND
garage. Inquire 301 S. 6th W.
ELI / > A NT 5 room FLAT. URA
ham lints; 315 E> Cedar.
5 ROOMS, MODERN; 221 S. 4TI1 ST.
10. Price A. Jones Co.
5 ROOMS, MODERN. 607 N. 4TH.
FOR RENT—HOUSES
FURNISHED
F< Ht RENT t ROOM COTTAGE,
partly furnished, water paid, 1I2.U0;
inquire 719 S. ltd alter 5 p. 111. or on
Sunday.
5 Roo.M HOUSE, FURNISHED. OA
rage, 3% blocks from high school.
Phone 755 Red.
FIVE Room, CLOSE IN; 505 TOOLE
\ ve.
6 ROOMS,* ITHNISHKI). PHONE
716.
TWO ROOMS. PHONIC 313 BLACK
FIVE ROOMS, 516 ORANGE ST. _"
Til REE Room. f| w. PINE.
FOR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING
ROOMS
3 ROOMS FURNISHED, UPSTAIRS,
water in the house, $15.00 per month.
Inquire 510 North Fourth or Phone
8082. _
TWO FURNISHED SUITW< IF TWt »
rooms each for light housekeeping,
gas plate. Penwell Hotel.
FURNISHED, STEAM HEATKIS.
housekeeping rooms; tot Alder.
FINE HOUSEKEEPING fto'i.MS.
Graham Flats, 815 E. Cedar.
2 FURNISHED
VY. Spruce.
F FURNISH E|r
Cedar.
DOWNSTAIRS, lit
UPSTAIRS; 508 E.
MODERN; 334 B. CEDAR. REASON
able. _
MOD ERN. El ' It NISI ! El I ; tit ALDER.
2 F l -RNÏH 11 l*iD, 402 SOI Tit SIXTH E*
705 EAST CEDAR. PHONE 669.
P.Ö5 TOOLE. PHONE 1191 W.
MODERN, GAS; 411 W. PINE.
828 K. MAIN. PHONE 722 J.
ITRNIHHBD; 801 EDITH
734 H. 4TH,' TWO, $12.60. '
526 WEST Spill 'CE.
606 N. SECOND.
608 W. PINE HT
80* WEST PINK.
FOR RENT—APARTMENTS
C< I.MPL E TRLY F F R N I S H E II
apartment, 4 romos, si earn heat.
Phon e 1870 w.
Elegant 0 room modern apt.,
unfurnished; 231 S. 6th E. Phone
1346. _
lower apartment, iiaksktt
Apartments, 715 IV. Spruce. Phone
659 J.
ONE BASEMENT APARTMENT,
The Rozale, Plume 718 Black.
APARTMENT FOR RENT. SA< A.IA
«ea Lodge. Phene 1208 Red.
FIVE ROOM FLAT 822.60. WHBEL
don Itossl Co.
FURNISHED. 317 W SPRUCE.
541 S. 2ND, WEHT.
HOUSE8 WANTEO 20
WANTED RY TWO BAÜ 1 I BÏ / *RH.
small fumin' ed modern house or
bungalow. reasonable distance.
Phone KHS.
r< ii t îlot I .\f I N ut ' lis I Hl i ED M t ID?
em house, permanently. No cliil
dren. Addres* L. V., Missoulian.
WANTED TO BUY. - A 5-ROOM
modern house, north or west side.
W. 1. C., care Missoulian.
__LIVESTOCK
TEAM YOUNG MARSH, BOTH IN
foal, weight 2.750 llrs.; team matched
geldings, 4 yrs^gold. weight about
2.4<6> lbs.; also cheap team good farm
horses; some smaller horses, wag
ons and harnesses; 1033 Phillips.
STEER CALF FOR SA LE. PHONE
8631 Red. _
ALL KINDS HOUSES. 1033 PHILLIP**
' LOST AND FOUND.
LOOT—BLACK KCKOTBOOR WITH
brown coin purse and change, on
11:30 Bonner cir Friday morning.
, Return Missoulam.
• L//HT—8ILVER VANITY CASE CON
taining change und check. Return
Missoutiuo.
_____MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE
81—TO HELP WIN THE AVAR 1Ï
Will sell 15 eggs from our Trap
nested S. C. W .leghorns If order Is
placed now. for delivery March 15 to
April 16. Send the dollar before
March 15. Outside orders must in
clude 25c for packing. Perry's
Poultry Plant, tSOI S. Fifth. Box
1446 Missoula.
FURNITURE OF 6-Rog.M A PART
ment. Ill good condition. Including
two heaters, two complete lieds, solid
oak dining table, six chairs, thrM
rocking chairs, sanitary couch, sew
ing machine, library table, refriger
ator, kitchen and laundry utensils:
442 Washington. ______
ONES KI'LFN Dili CllX-Ft M IT G< >LI>EN
oak dining room (aide, cost 150.a«,
price, 130.011; Kltehcn Queen. 1 .00.
high chair for 12.50; willow baby
buggy, cost 135.00, price 115.00,
i'tirls .lackey, 1605 S Higgins.
ONE II RAW' PLOW" TEA.M,~ONE
four-year-old horse, one light wagon,
lmggv and harness; 1175 for the
bumli to he suhl nl «nee. George
Ross, R. F. O. 2. Missoula.
TWo TEAMS YOUNG HEAVY
mares. In foul, matched team, lighter
mares 3 yr. old, I Shire stallion 2
\ r. old: also wagon and harness;
I tOo W. Howell.
FURNITURE, NEW AND HKCOND
hand. I pay highest price* for see
end hand household good*. Hang
Jensen, 135 W. Main, Phono 895.
HiiuSHHOLD FURNITURE t'OM -
plete for 5 loom house, also 260 egg
Ex-Roy Incuba tor, new; 735 S. 3rd.
ENGRAVED WEDDING INV1TA
tlons, visiting cards, »tool dlo em
bossing, The Office Supply Co.
11NE IlGltSE: DEAD AX WAGgNT
3*4 wagon; tilso heavy spring wagon
and harnesses. 1033 Phillips.
CI IKV Hi 1 LET It A BY GRAND Al'Tc;
fi-pusseiiger; first class condition;
bargain; phone 361 ,).
NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNI
ture bought mol sold. 114 West Ce
dar. Phone 14 1 1 Black.
(T< u to 'potato EH »I ail PER 111 N -
deed delivered. Mrs. J,. L. Kuhl,
8412 Black, ______
Hill iN I > HAND SEWING MACHINE,
Singer Sewing Machine Co., Ill W.
Main St.
Fi >lt SALE SINGLE C
Island Red laying pi
1255.
FRESH COW AND CAL
gentle. 180.00, Fred W
No. 3.
Foil DRY C< ill I »wo* >11 AND KINO
ling- Smith Sich* Delivery, phone 1555.
DAVENPORT. 2 ROCKING CHAIRS,
library table and rug; 1712 S. Illli.
FOR SALE ONE DRAY WAGON,
good condition. Mutual Oil Co.
2ND HAND SEWING MACH|\kH, ||
up. Ilnyt -Dh-klnmin Plano Co.
li'MEHOAK I .IHR A R Y TABLE AND
sanitary couch. 628 S. 4th VV.
(Tin NEWSPAPERS. 15 LHH. FOR
25c. Office Supply Co.
OLD PAPERS FOR HALE AT MIH
smillnn office; 25c a hundred.
RUBBER STAMPS, CORPORATE
seals. The Office, Supply Co.
FIRST CLASH APPLES AND POTA
toes. Phone 8462 Black.
wines. Liguons, sodas, cigarh.
J. E. Power Liquor Co.
SANITARY COUCH. 3 BURNER OIL
stove; 632 S 4th W.
GOOD DRY WOOD 17 PER CORD.
Phone 1097 Red.
SMALL MKATINU STOVE; 117 E.
Main.
CEMENT BLOCK MACHINE, 1736
12th.
DRY FIR $3 00 I/OAD. PHONE 330.
DRY CORDWOOP. PHONE 1120
WOOD ti 75 r o. O PHONE 330
i>nv conj) wood phone 330.
1
A
OMR RHODE
diet h. Phone
*', Ci IMING 5,
Poe, It. F. 1).
S
It
MISCELLANEOUS WANTED
SECONDHAND CLOTHING, shoes,
guns, trunks, suitcases, old gold and
sliver. Phone 470.
sT'TlOGL GIRL TO ROOM AND
board and act as companion. Rhene
«88 Red,
To BUY—SMALL RANCH NEAR
Hamilton. D. J. Oelmnn, Helena,
Mont.
WANTED for cash, ton SECOND
hand sewing machines. Phone 1645.
ONE OR TWO HW.Mt.MS OF (TAL
lan bees, state price R„ Missoulian
WORK WITH TEAM 13U5 COOPER.'
_ Phone IF.K.
HIDES ANS WOOL.
ATTENTION! WE GIVE FULL
vnlue and prompt return for hide*,
pelts, wool, rubber. Missoula Hide
& Wool Depot 611 West Main.
Phone 1 * 6 *
HEATING AND VENTILATING.
WARM AIR HEATING. METCALF
Sheet Metal Works 129 Alder
ORESSMAKINQ
M ItS »RMICK'S I iRFSSM A K -
lug school; 422 S. 4th W. Phone 475
Red. Call for appointment»,
DRESS'" MAKING' AND I.ADIKS*
tailoring by day. Phone 1303 Black.
MONEY TO LOAN. 33
LOWEST RATES ON FARM LOANS.
VV. H. Smead Company, Agents for
the Hanking Corporation.
PRICE j JONES, HIGGINS BLOCKS
H. D. FISHER, ill F.ART MAIN.
F. |j. H7HI8LBR HIGGINS HIX1CK
PERSONAL._____
IR.rdxü MARRIAGE BB SURl't
consult Ariel, astrologer. AH Im
portant moves of life, business,
health, etc. 3*9 E. Cedar. Phone
1031,
Il
4
SO CIETY DIRECTORY
MISSOULA LODGE NO. 18
A. F. * A. M.—Regular meet
ings first and third Tuesdays;
In Masonic temple. Sojourn
ing brethren mrdlnlly Invited.
E. W. SPOTTS WOOD, W. M.
II. L. SADLER, H ec'y, __
^ HARMONY LODGE NO. 49,
X A. F. A A. M.—Meets In Ma
sonic, temple.—Regular cooi-i
/fjk munlcntlnns first, and third
Jfliks Thursday. Visiting msmnsrs
muW always welcome.
1 ' C F. FARMER, W. M.
s. E. SCHOONOVER, S ecreta ry.
O. E. H. IMMANUEL CHAP.
fB^mk ter No. 54 - Regular meetings
sccmul and fourth Wednesday
of eiu h month nt 7:3o p. m. in
Masonic temple. Visiting member* cor«
•Hally Invited.
ALICE M. BULLARD. W. M.
L. M. RttBERTHCTN, W. P.
NELLIE PILTZ. Hec'y._
ELECTA CHAPTER NO. 7. a
nAA E. S. Regular meetings fin*
\JV7 mul third Wednesdays of Mck
x-V month in Masonic temple.
A Isltlng tnenihers always welcome.
NELLIE B. WALLACE, W. M. ,
CHRIS A. RUPP, W. P.
LIDA E. FARMER. Sect et ary.
MISSOULA AERIE NO. 82, F. O. ■.—
Meets flist and third Tuesdays of each
month at 8 p. nt. at Engles' hall. West
Main street.
A. K. ANDERHEN. President
_.IAS. A. BAKER. Secretary.
LOYAL ORDER OF
MOOSE — Meets first
I and third Thursday of
each month, at 8 p. m.
nt K. P. hall.
H. B CAIN. Dictator
11- E. BLAKELY. Secretory.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD—
Meet 1st and 3d Wednesday, 7:89 p. hk
Union Hall. Per cnplta reaerve, 178.99.
L. C. CROONENBEROH8, C. C.
.1. A. JOHNSON, Clerk, 16tf
Conner Street. _ _____
AUTOMOBILE TRIMMING ANO
PAINTING
MATTRESS MADE OVER FBATII
ers renovated, upholstering. FkOM
1128.
employment agency n
WESTERN EMPLOYMENT AUfiNCf
Established 1808
Oldest and Moat Reliable.
Male snd Female Help Furnished.
Telephone 229—-Day or Night
128 Higgins Avn., Missoula, Ifoot.
W. D. Cursor. Proprietor.
S W ANBERG EM PtTRUnEAU. TS
Higgins Ave. Oldest In wester«
Montana, best service. Phone litt.
MfssnitLÄ EMPLOYMENT 'OFFICE
.1 G. More. Bo* 40. Phon« 187 S,
TINNER8 AND TINSHOPB
It EID, THE TINNER. FURNACÜC
Telephone 636.
COLLECTION AGENCY _
ËRVEY COLLECTJNÔ AGENCY!
Room 6, Allen Block. Phone 881.
LIVERY RIGS
S'.EIGH RIDING PARTI. J. A.
Tucker, 771*. _>_
HIDES AND JUNK.
WE "bTTŸ HIDES. PELTS, RÜ1HBC
rags, bottles and metals of all kladg;
sarks bought and sold. Barer, Sod
*»- Co 631 WorstV Rt Phone 747.
STORAGE
GENERAL 8 T ORAGE — EVBRY
thlng on earth; expert packing and
crating. J. W. Reedy. 734 West Cedar.
MOONCULTURE.
FUSE A WAR G A RDEN. PLANT
by moon signs, increase the yield.
Tables for every month giving beat
lime to plant, harvest, etc., 50c. Ariel
Publishing Co., Box 700, Missoula,
Mont.
WAGONS. BUGGIES. SLEIGHS AND
HARNESS
Il g IISES, W AI >0 N8, HA RNH»S;"ALtJ
kinds, right prices; M. BedsIL 188
W Code
RAILWAY TIME TABLES
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY
West Bound East Bound
No. 1.. 10.40p.m. I No. 2 . .. 5:10p.m.
. 3 12: Pi p. m. I No. 4 ... 7:29a.m.
No. 41. _ 8:15a.m. | No. 42... 5:47 p.m.
Bitter Root Branch.
Depart — No. 271, Bitter Root local,
8:40 a. in. No. 292, Bitter Root mixed
train. 3 p. rn. (except Sunday).
Arrive— No. 272. Bitter Root local.
4 2n p. rn No. 291, Bitter Root mixed
train, 10:30 a. m. (except SUndgy).
Coeur d'Alene Braneh.
Depart- No. 263, Coeur d'Alene local.
11:35 a. m.
Arrive— No. 264, Coeur d'Alene local.
4:15 p. m
(Daily, except Sunday.)
Butte Locals
Depart— No. 25«, 8:45 a. m. No. *58.
4:30 p. m.
Arrive No. 255. 11:30 a. m. No. 251,
10:30 p. m.
MILWAUKEE.
East Bound. Wsst Bound.
No. 16—6:55a.m. I No. 15_U:32
No. 18......5:17 p.m. | No. 17_U:35^Bk
STAGE LlNESk
J. F. Dlshman— Ravalli to
MeeU trains 41 , I «ad 91 ,

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