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Build fl Home In Roundup Roundup has a prosperous future which is guaranteed by a pay roll of $150,000.00 per month and the support of the best agricultural district in Montana. By reason of the unequaled climate enjoyed by residents of this immediate district, together with an adequate church, school, electric light and water service, Roundup is placed in a class all alone if a desirable place to live be taken into consideration. The Milwaukee Land Company still has for sale a limited number of Roundup lots which are choice resident locations. For prices, terms and other information, consult, A. A. Morris, local agent. Office in First National Bank Bldg. Montana News Notes I ! I Mrs. Antone Weigert, of Missoula, | mother of Oscar Weigert, a forest j tire fighter who lost his life in the ; woods near Avery. Idaho, tnis fall ! while fighting fire there, charges that her son was murdered by some unknown person in the forestry fire fighting service. Upon the death of Weigert, it was reported that he had killed himself with a pistol while mad with fright, and his body was buried at the place of his death, then exhumed and buried at Missoula. It was exhumed again recently upon the demand of his mother, and found to contain two bullet wounds near the heart which | two physicians say could not have i heen self-inflicted. Mrs. Weigert ! say§ sire will sue the government | for damages and also make efforts to discover the mureder of her son. She charges that rangers fighting fires kept their crews together by j X RUN ON OUR SUITS is what we wanted, but it's bigger than we expected. It just seems as though everybody is getting "suited', for Thanksgiving. How | about you; aren't you now ready to ... I ,, " ! We haven t an off" piece of cloth in the shop. Anything you select j will make up handsome. Let us ■ take your measure now. i you; HAVE US BUILD YOU A NEW SUIT ? M. Zetzer. WANTED Forty men or women to investigate those forty remaining lots in Park Addition« A thorough investigation will convince you forty lucky ones that this is the best proposition to be found. Dm the Soil is Good the Location Best the Price is Right Buy a Lot and Build You a Nice Little Home and save money, or buy a lot and build a house and rent it to someone that did not take advantage of this opportunity. Opportunity Comes to Everyone, at least once during a life time. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT. For further particulars, see A. SHAW At Office ef Montana Limber Co. I threatening to shoot them, and For ! ester Supervisor Greeley, of Mis I soula, admits that this is true, but says it was necessary to save the lives of the men. William Sparks, a Butte brewery worker, has sued the Olympia Brew ing company, and J' V, Collins, a | boss of the company, for $15,000 j damages, lie was kicked by a ; horse belonging to the defendant ! one Sunday, and alleges that this occured when he was leading the horse off the scales obeying an or der of Collins; which he alleges leaves the defendant not only guilty of negligence in failing to inform him the animal was vicious but al so guilty of an infraction of an agreement between bis union and the brewery association, which pro vides that the men shall not work on Sunday. The board of commerce of Great | Falls this week made a second de i maud upon Census Director Dur ! and, of Washington, to enumerate | the population of that city again, The demand was made in a tele gram, in which it was asserted that Great Falls has 23,000 people, that j its children under 21 years of age number 6,431: that the actual num ber that attended school this year | was 3,10K; that street car traffic in creased 129 per cent, in the past ten years, lighting 150 per cent, and postoffice business 105 percent. Veterans of the recently organiz ed Spanish-American war society in Missoula are to be mustered in tonight. Delegtes from the Butte and Helena delegations of the Span-! ish-American War Veteran are to be present, and Harry II. Stevens, department commander of the Butte post will conduct the muster with W. D. Nealy, department ad jutant at Butte. Music for the oc casion is to be furnished by the Four teenth Infantry band. As a Jesuit of a quarrel over live stock, south of Bridger, on the ! Crow reservation, one Indian was j reported dead last week, two injur ■ ed. probably fatally, and a white i man impisioned. Agreeing state ments concerning the row could not be obtained. rn "to"* Gathered from All Countries are the "foodstuffs" that help to make our Stock of groceries the best in town. It is really a pleasure to order Your Groceries from such a well stocked store as ours. Nothing but pure and wholesome groceries are sold by us, but you will find our prices as low as any; and our service best. H. E. MARSHALL William Hartop, who was put off Northern Pacific passeuger train No. 5 at Ttident recently because he was too ill to pay his fare, was found unconscious beside the track ! next morning and died in the hos The report of the forest supervi | sor of the Deer Lodge reserves gives j the following statistics concerning \ the reserve during the past year: The number of fires was 163, Of ; pital a few hours later, never regain ing consciousness. It is alleged that a careless conductor is respon sible for his death, the conductor claiming that he thought the man i was drunk. these 56 were caused by locomotives 16 by campers, three by lighting and four by unknown causes. The total cost of fighting these fires was $10,522.34; value of timber killed $3,842, ebstroyed, $860. Howard Wesiss, assistant chemist in the forestry lacoratory located at the University of Wisconsin, arrived in Missoula last week Saturday, to conduct some experiments in con nection with wood and to great statistics concerning the life of fire killed trees. The abandonment of Fort Assini boine is to take effect March 5, when the present garrison of the Second Infantry there will leave for Hawaii. The post will be turned over to a caretaker until disposed of bv the war department. Report came November 17 that many Montana ranchers are selling their stock to ranchers in Alberta and Sacktchewan because of insuf ficient feed to last during the winter. Last month 15,000 shipped across the border. Associate Forester F. A. Silcox, of Missoula, who recently sent out 500 letters to mill men and contractors, has stated that he has received many replies from men desiring to become bidders for the lumber on sale. There has been a large spread of small pox and diphtheria in Ana conda recently, it being due, ac cording to reports, from the care lessness in which the light forms of the disease there have been handled. The Daley Bank and Trust com pany of Anaconda, has made ap plication as depository for the post Th« post il as asked established al saving bank funds, master at Deer Lodge that a postal bank he at his office. Butte is still paying damages to property owners for injury done by badly graded streets. Margaret King and Mary O'Donnell each se cured judgment for $1.000 this week. The Billings Sugar company last paid forty thousand dollars to beet growers in the vicinity of Bridger. This is the first payment for the season's crop. Last week by order of the mayor of Miles Citv, police raids were made shortly before midnight in saloons in that town and twenty four men were arrested for gambling. An Important Buick Announcement. There appears in this issue an advertisement of the Pence Auto mobile Company, Minneapolis, ex clusive Northwestern agents for the Buick automobile, which smacks of real enterprise and which like a fanfare of trumpets, resounds the good tidings of future Buick im portance in the automobile world. The announcement by the Buick company of a successful coup in the financial marts of the world, which gives the concern a new impetus and added prestige in the automo- j bile world, after all is only incident-1 al. The success of the Buiqk com pany and the efficacy of the Pence Automobile Company system of' marketing these machines in the Northwest during the past five years stands as a monument to indefat igable effort and is indicative of thrift that is incomparable in the annals of automobile industry in the United .States. The Pence Automobile Company has sold this year over 2,000 cars. The Pence Automobile Building in Minneapolis is the largest exclusive automobile structure used for sales purposes in the world. Buick cars for 1911 will show the result of the greatest effort all along the line on the part of the best trained engineers in America. There is Buick enterprise i n every detail of Buick business, and at no point in the world is this Buick enterprised so strongly as at the great home of Buicks in Min neapolis—the Pence Automobile Company's headquarters, Minne apolis Minnesota. Try our home made breakfast sausage. City Meat Market We still serve that elaborate 12 and 6 o'clock Sunday dinner. The Grand Cafe. Go and see Dralle's and Grant's houses, and then go and have Grant & Harden draw you a set of plans for your new house. TELL YOUR FRIEND You Will meet him At Case's Always Warm Always Welcome H. I. CASE & CO. Every Man'» Chib Warm Floors and Healthy Children Make Happy Homes There is no better way for you to avoid worry and expense than by insuring your children's health. Warm floors in the home, which is the children's play house in winter, are assured when using Cole's Original Hot Blast Heater. The steel base and body construction allows the heat to be radiated to the floor keeping it warm during the coldest weather. Cole's Original Hot Blast Heater The Cleaneet—Easiest to Caro For Burns Soft Coal, Lignite, Hard Coal, Crushed Coke, Wood and Cobs. Users qf coal must remember that the ordinary heater is a big care to operate. That its smoke and ashes entail dust ing, curtain washing and carpet sweeping. Think then of the ease of operation and the cleanliness of Cole's Hot Blast. Cc Vs Hot Blast has a guaranteed smoke-proof feed door— ope: feed door and the current of air draws the smoke direc. j r.ross the top of stove to the stove pipe—away from the opening. Contrast this simple, cleanly feed with the side door in an ordinary heater. The side door used on other stoves permits escape of dirty smoke, unpleasant gas and accumulated soot drops from it. If you overfill a side door stove, coal falls to the floor. And note this, you cannot make a side door heater air-tight—an everlasting advantage in favor of Cole's Hot Blast which is air-tight and guaranteed to remain so always. No fires to build—the fire is never out in this remarkable heater from fall until taken down in the spring. Better select one today—surely it is the heater you need— L NEWTON HARDWARE & IMPLEMENT CO. Ä Telephone 52 COMPANY Union Store The Flour & Feed Store This is the time of the year to buy your feed for the winter, before prices advance. We carry a full line, including Corn, Oats, Bran and Shorts, Hay and Chicken Feed. We also handle the Gold Medal and Isis Flours. None Better. Prompt Delivery, Telephone 134 Anderson & Berven C. P. Tillman & Co. SANITARY PLUMBING AND HEATING ..... Estimates Furnished Prices Right Material and Workmanship Guaranteed Office and Shop, North Main Street Telephone No. 140.