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Doors, Mouldings Of- Fence Posts .Building _ Material GSEB YEN N * M aterJOSEPH GU ENEN NOW is the time to order Syour lumber, as it will take several months to get it. *F Dealer in Dealer in Cars are scarce and ship Will Take Orders for Dressed Undressed Lumber ments uncertain. If you will Dresplace your order now. we will Any Kind of Saw- saw it out and ship at the Mill Work PAINTS and OILS, GLASS first opportunity. HAVRE, MONTANA. Saw and Planing Mill Lumber Yard at - at FORTINE, HAVRE, Montana Mont. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __l_ _ ý i • I II I I I PROTECTIVE RESEMBLANCE. Mlmlcry of Color and Form Common Among Insects. An official of the National museum at Washington who has made many trips abroad in the interest of that in stitution states that in South Ameri can forests the butterflies and the birds are equally brilliant in their colors, but that the butterflies, being weaker, fall a prey to the birds. One very bright Jued species of butterfly, however, is not disturbed by the birds on account of the disagreeable odor that it emits. Singularly enough, some other groups of butterflies, which resemble in color the species just described, also escape Barley, Bread and Beer These three words are derived from the / same Anglo Saxon root-breowan. All three are foods. Barley, a grain that makes both bread and beer. Bread, a solid food. Beer, a -liquid food. In making bread, flour and yeast are used; in making beer, barley-malt, hops and yeast are used. The same principle is in each-both are wholesome foods. In Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer the Pabst Eight-Day Malting Process matures the malt slowly and uniformly, thus transforming every particle of nutriment in the barley into perfect food substances. To these are added the invigo rating properties of the choicest hops, by the Pabst brewing process, which insures absolute purity. Your system re quires a liquid. Why not use one that is both food and drink Pabst Blue Ribbon The Beer of Quality a. The special value of Pabst Blue Ribbon at meals is r that it encourages the fluids of the stomach to readier action-thus aiding you to get the fullest nourishment from your food. You can prove the value of Pabst Blue Ribbon as a food, by order ing a case today for home use. MadebyPabst at Milwaukee. Yeon Brog., :r ~Havre, Mont. Shone 91. persecution by the birds, although they emft no odor. It is evident that the similarity of color deceives the birds, and thus serves as a shield for the but terflies. This sort of mimicry of color and form, which naturalists call "pro tective resemblance," is not very un common among insects. Another form of "protective resem blance" which exhibits much contriv ance and skill is sometimes found among birds. Some birds hide their eggs among stones that resemble the eggs in form and color. The little "bot tle tit" In England weaves a bottle shaped nest out of moss, lichens and spiders' webs, and when placed in a tree or bush the nest so closely resem bles its surroundings that it can hardly be detected. The color and appearance of. the nest are imitations of the pre vailing color and appearance of the particular tree in which it is placed. THE GOLDEN CROSS. Bavaria's Famous Hotel Is the Old est In Europe. The Goldenes Kreuz (Golden Cross) at Regensburg (Ratisbon), in Bavaria, is the oldest hotel in Europe. Kng Ferdinand I. halted at it on his way to his coronation in 1531, and no other hotel in Europe possesses records of such great antiquity as the Golden Cross at Ratisbon does or can boast of having had so many royal visitors as have enjoyed its hospitality. The ex isting visitors' books, which date from 1819, contain the names of more than 500 Imperial, royal and princely per sonages. The room is shown where in 1865 the late Prince Bismarck, at that time Prussian premier, slept when he came with his sovereign to hold the conference which was the last attempt to prevent war between Austria and Prussia. The negotiations were held in the "small hall" of the hotel, under the presidency of King William of Prussia. The host is equally proud of the autographs of Schiller and other men of letters which he possesses. The author of "Wilhelm Tell" wrote the words, "Und elne helmath ist es" ("It is indeed a home"), in memory of his stay there, and no landlord could wish for a better advertisement.-Lon don Telegraph. Would Not Sell His Ancestors. A plutocratic American of the last century who had seen the green acres and stately castle of an Irish estate sought out Its impecunious owner with an offer to buy. Lord Blank, eager enough to transmute his profit less lands into pregnant gold, named a considerable, but reasonable, price as one he would be willing to take. "Very well," said the American, "I'll give that if the pictures go with the house." After a little reflection his lordship an swered, "Yes, you can have the pic tures except, of course, the family por traits." "It's the portraits I want," said the other. "I- wouldn't give a cent for the rest of 'em." "My proper ty is not for sale under those condi tions," said his lordship, turning on his heel and walking away, to the aston ishment of the parvenu, who flung a "Stuck up beggar!" after the retreat ing figure. Fig Leaf Salad. Adam (returning to dinner) to Eve Good heavens! Oh, these women! They can't leave anything alone. You have gone and made the salad out of my Sunday clothes.-Bon Vivant. Among the Basutos and also with he nnfives of the New Hebrides hiss' ng is a sign of applause. A Flimsy Craft. While it is rarely employed by Euro peans as a method of travel,-even in emergencies, the catamaran of the Madras fishermen of India is by all odds the most extraordinary of water vehicles. It consists simply of three logs lashed together and flush with the surfacti of the water. On these a fish erman (sometimes two or more fisher men) stands and with a single oar pad dles himself far out-to sea. A Madras fisherman will venture out when boat men will not launch their craft, and even in weather when boats cannot be launched he will go through the surf ands out to ships with letters, for the delivery of which he gets a few pence. In order to catch their ships a few be lated travelers have been known to trust themselves on catamarans. They are united in the statement that the ride on the logs was the most nerve trying experience they had undergone in a land that holds a new thrill for the stranger at every turn. The sea and an occasional ducking have no terrors for these natives, not even the ex tremely young, and in reality the cata maran is not entirely to be scorned, for it is, after all, nonsinkable. Instinctive Piety of the Irish Gael. As Dr. Douglas Hyde pointed out, "the Irish Gael is pious by nature, There is not an Irishman in a hundred in whom is the making of an unbe lever. God is for him assured, true, Intelligible. When he meets a neighbor, instead of saying 'Bon jour' or 'Good morning' he says 'God salute you.'" Indeed, all the ordinary invocations and salutations of the Irish language are governed by this religious feeling. "When he takes snuff from you he will say, 'The blessing of God be with the souls of your dead.' If a sudden wonderment surprises him he will cry, 'A thousand laudations to God,' and if he be shown a young child or anything else for the first time he will say, 'Prosperity from God on it.' "-London Spectator. Puzzled. The distinguished alienist looked worried. "No," he said to the reporter, "I can't give you an opinion as to the sanity of the prisoner." "But surely you have considered the case?" "It isn't that," replied the alienist; "but, you see, each side has sent me a re tainer,' and as these are the same amounts I am, of course, in temporary doubt."-Philadelphia Ledger. A Cautious Doctor. "Doctor, something is the matter with me. Sometimes my mind is a per fect blank, and my memory constantly fails me. I wish you would treat me." "I will. But in view of the peculiar nature of your case I shall want my fee In advance." NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Havre Local No. 242, A. F. of M., passed a by-law to the effect that no member or members will be permit ted tc play for any local function free. unless upon a written request of the board of directors, and no danc ing permitted in effect March 4th, '07. Send all requests for free services to HARRY HOWARD, Secretary. NOTICE OF ELECTION. The annual meeting of school dist rict No. 16, of Chouteau county, for the election of two trustees will be held on Saturday, April 6th, 1907, at the west side district school house. The polls will be open between the hours of two and 6 o'clock p. m. L. K. DEVLIN, H. W. GROSS, C. W. LING, J. C. AULD, J. A. McKENZIE, Trustees. ED. M. ALLEN, Clerk. Dated, March 13, 1907. NOTICE OF CITY ELECTION. Office of the City Clerk Havre M,ontana, March 19th, 1907. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the annual municipal election in and for the city of Havre, Montana, will be held on Monday, the 1st day of April, 107. The polls will be open from 7 o'clock A. M. to 6 o'clock P. M. of said day for the purpose of el ecting the follotang officers, to-wit: One alderman from the first ward, One alderman from the second ward, , One alderman from the third ward. Voting places for said election will be as follows: First ward, city coun cil room; second ward, Judge McIn tyre's office; third ward, Union hotel. CHAS. A. ROSE, City Clerk. NOTICE OF REGISTRATION. The undersigned will be at his sto-e room next to the post office in Ilavre, Montana, from 10 o'clock A. M. till 10 o'clock P. M. of Tuesday, March 26th., Wednesday, March 27th., and Saturday, March 30th., 1907, for tip purpose of legisteriug the qualified electors of the city of Havre, Mont auna, for the municilal eiec,tion to be held .on Monday, April 1, 1907. The said registration off ice will be closed from noon to 1 P. M., and from 61o 7 P. M. of each of the above days. C. C. GIBNEY, Registry Agent. Read the Railroad story-Page Two. When an honest man hears that he is an honest man he feels as if he ought to get out a search warrant to and; himself. There is this to be said for baby talk: Although few people understand it, it Is ne dead language. Money is a key that will unlock any door except the one you are trying to get through on a chilly night at about Sa. nm. HuElS swrr. , It is more than likely that an honest dollar is often ashamed of the purpQ s to which it is put. Harry Mitchell's EDITORIAL. I want to make your spring suit. I want to show you that for $15.00, $20.00 and $25.00 I can make you a better suit than you can get at your local tailors for $30.00, $35.00 and $40.00. My Spring goods have now arrived, and they are the most beautiful fabrics I ever saw. Write me today for samples and tell me about the kind of clothes you are thinkinn of getting. By return mail I'll send you a bunch to select from, also self-measurement blanks. Remember, I have the largest tailorina establishment in the world, that I absolutely guarantee perfect fit and satisfaction or re fund your money; and I pay all express charges, so your clothes cost you no mcre than if you got them right here in Minneapo':t. Yours truly, HARRY MITCHELL 310 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis, Mi.,..