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Asparagus New Turnips
Green Peas. Bermuda Onions
Green Onions Cucumbers.
Radishes . Parsley
Pie Plant California Cabbage
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PARTY ORDERS A SPECIALTY.
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We have the greatest linle of pro
fessotioal j ats ever brought to Mis
soula, picked out for us by a mem
ber of the 4bicago Cubs.
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Don't permit it to be unprofitable.
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it pay lr per dent interest on car
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I4*8OULA TRVeT] AND SEQURITY
IFtANK CANNON, President.
JOHN W. IhICKI4IN, Cashier.
This, the second dad of the inter
scholastic meet, will attract a great
crowd to see the finals
TRACK run off and the year's
MEET. championship determin
ed. All of the stores
and banks will close at 12:30 this
afternoon to enable everybody to go
to Montana field and see the sport.
There were good records made yester
lay and, with g(od weather conditions
this 'afternoon, there is every chance
that there will be some rare perform
ances today. The action of the banks
in closing this afterndon is much ap
preclated by those who have been
working for the success of the meet
and It will have a good effect upon the
affair. There wads considerable talk
yesterday about permitting the Mis
soula county high school to partici
pate in the meets once more. The
matter was discussed by the principals
who constitute half the membership
of the association and it will be de
cided today. Missoula, it shouhl be
understood, has not asked for rein
statement; if It comes it will be qt
the instance of other schools. That it
was wise to drop the local school this
year, there is no one familiar with the
situation who doubts, but there was
talk in the lobbies last night amongst
the representatives of the visiting
schools, that It would not be surpris
ing if there were an expression of
opinion In the matter this morning
that will be favorable to the entrance
of a Missoula team next spring. "We
thiss the purple and geld," said one of
the principals last night.
President Hamilton of the state ag
ricultural college was one of the vis
itors yesterday, and he
GLAD was kept busy a long
hAND, time returning the cot;,
dial greetings which
were extended wherever he went awlk
whenevr he met any of his old boys
and girls, especially. As superinten
dent of the Missoula schools from 1899
until he became a member of the utni
versity faculty and, later, as a promi
nent factor in the work of tile univer
sity, President Hamilton became close
ly identified with Missoula and her af
fairs, and it was with genuine, regret
that the people here saw him go to
Bozeman to take charge of the agrb.
cultural college work as toe head of
that institution. That regret has been
heightened by the fact that his duties
at Bozeman have since prevented hiim
from mgking more frequent visits to
the city which was so long his home.
"It is pleasant to be here again," said
President Hamilton to a Missoulian
man yesterday morning. "The town
has changed a great deal since I saw
it last, and when I think of the way
it looked when I saw it first, tip,
change seems incredible. I have been,
exploring ever sine my train cazpo it',
this morning, and I have had an'en
joyable time. I have seen many, now
places and more new faces than I can
count; but there have been enough of
the old faces and the old :places tot
make me feel more or less dt hninte.
Missoula is crtainly improving rap
idly; the change is more apparent to
me, perhaps, from the fact that have
not been hero for a long time; but lt
impresses me more strongly the more
I look about."
Dr. W. H. Campbell was compelled to
leave yesterday morning for his home
in Kalispell, much to
ANOTHER the regret of his friends
CAMPBELL. amongst the medical
men and in the city. But
Missoula was not long without a Dr.
Campbell. for two hours after the first
one left Dr. Donald Campbell of Butte
arrived to attend the closing sessions
of the association. It was a case of
speed the parting guest and welcome
the coining, with the usual order re
versed. The Butte Dr. Campbell was
as cordially welcomed as his namesake
had been, and was heartily greeted on
all sides. He is one of the best known
and most popular members of the pro
fession in the state.
Dr. J. F. Spelman of Anaconda was
one of the arrivals just after midnight
yesterday morning, and
ONE WAS lie came to attend the
MISSED. rest of the meeting. He
vas on the program for
a paper at yesterday's session and
the members had prepared themselves
for a thoroughly scientific dissertation,
as Dr. Speiman's papers have been no
table in the literature of the associa
tion. But a telegram early in the
forenoon called Dr. Spelman back to
Anaconda, and his, absence was one of
tit' few unfortunate incidents in con
nectiou with the meeting.
Dr. Scantend, superintendent of the
state insane asylum, was another ar
rival who made his ap
A GOOD pearance yesterday
MEETING. morning, though he had
come in late the night
before. Dr. Scanland last night was
enthusiastic over the sessioin of the as
sociation. 'It is the best meeting we
have ever held outside of Butte," said
hi'. 'and I don't know but it is the
best we have ever held anywhere. The
Missoula doctors have been assiduous
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
J. B. Henley. K. G. Tevis.
John Elgeman. C. A. Crawshaw.
The latest and tuost per
feet production in the Wiiay of
Corn Flakes yet ulaced on
the market. Per package,
Fourteen-room modern dwell
ing; bath room, basement,
very complete, and in first
class condition; ground 180
feet front by 130 feet deep;
good lawn, shrubbery and
shade trees; on east side;
owner leaving town, and will
sell for $6,500; $2,000 cash,
balance on time, 8 per cent
E. A. Winstanley
134 Higgins Ave.
In their efforts to make every featur'
of the meeting a success, and they
have been ably assisted by their towns
people. Everything that could poss!
ibly be done for our comfont has bean
done, apd there is nothing that h:.s
been overlooked. The meeting from a
scientific, standpoint has been oenefi
clat, and tte social side of the gather
ing has been particularly pleasant. The
Missoula people will always be remem
bered for their kindness to us. The
meeting will be one of the memorable
events In the history of the ascocda
You couhln't keep Tony Zebisch away
front a track meet, even though he is
a prosperous merchant
TONY and an alderman in
CAME, Plains. He showed up
yesterday and became
so much interested from the start
that he could not talk about Plains,
and that shows that his interest was
intense, for he talks about Plains in
his sleep under ordinary conditions.
HOLD ANNUAL BANOVET
Those of the State Schoolmasters'
Flub who Were present in the city last
night were guests at the semi-annual
dinner, which was hold at the Flor
once hotel. An elaborate dinner was
served, after which, with R. J. Con
don, superintendent of the Helena
schools, as president, and J. M. Hamil
ton, preti'dent of the agricultural col
1 gg at,, Iplena, as toastmaster, the
following round-table talks were
''Eighifh Grade Examinations," R. G.
Young, >sgperintendent of the Butte
"The Gentlenian Athlete," C. A. Dun
]way, president of the state univer.
"Athletics ip the Grades," R. J.
"Athletic Training Among the
Girls," A. P. Hickson, principal of the
Anaconda high school.
"Eighthi Grade Examinations," W.
11. Harmon, state superintendent of
The Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone
company yesterday, through Manager
Wiseman, effected a settlement with
James Cyri'an of Stevensville which
closes all fltlgation affecting the occu
pation and operation of the Stevens
villa totepflone exchange. The settle
itonit is Sit the nature of a compro
mise, Mr, rCurran accepting $700 from
the Bell company, in consideration of
which lie releases all claim on the ex
Last September the Bell company,
by purchase agreement, leased or sub
licensed to Curran thie Bitter Root
lines from Loio to Weoo(side. Curran
failed to comply with the terms of the
agreement and, becoming delinquent
it payments duo on the plant, the Bell
company, on January 4 last, sought
and was granted an injunction in the
district court ousting Currani from the
exchange. Dy the terms of the settle
ment yesterday this injunction is dis
missed and Curran retires from the
Manager Wiseman returned from
Victor last night, where he had gons
on business cotinected with the new
exchange at that point.
A GOOD BUY.
Missoula Eagles are feeling well sat
istied with their purchase of the Ma
roti building on West Main street,
which they bought this week for $14.
090. The aerle will lease the store
on the ground floor and will entirely
renmo'ate the sCend story to make a
I model lodge room. The nerie has rea
son to tqel pleased over the bargain.
The building is a good one and will
prove a profitable investment.
The 'funeral of Mrs. C tlo Wick will
be held at 2 o'clock tohiorrow after
noon from the residence of her sister,
Mrs. Otto Greenhood, 509 South First
street. Services will be conducted by
Rev. J. W. Tal of the Methodist
church. Interment will be in the Mis
OUT OF THE SNOW
Jarmes W. Watson-which the same
is "Whitey"-Is back frim a 10-days'
sojourn at Gregson Springs. He is
feeling fine and says Missoula, looks
better than ever to hixm. Every day
that he was at the springs there was
a snowstoirm there, 1and lie was amazed
to hind bare ground here at home.
LOCAL CHAPTER, TOGETHER
WITH NEWLY FORMED ALUMNI
CHAPTER, ENJOYS SPREAD.
The lirst annual banquet of Beta
Delta chapter of the Sigma Chi fra
ternity, together with the newly or
ganized alumni, chapter, was held last
evening at Ye Olde Inn. The banquet
hall of the inn was decorated with
pennants of the fraternity and of the
various colleges of the country,. the
whole presenting a handsome appear
ance. After the banquet with Dr`. O.
J. Craig in the toastmaster's chair, the
following program of toasts were giv
"Montana Sigs," C. L. Smith of
Butte, Alpha Chi, '87.
"The Sigma Chi Citizen," Principal
A. J. Roberts of Helena, Alpha Phi,
"The Sig Girls," G. D. McLaren,
Beta Delta, '09.
"Beta Delta," I. W. Greenwood,
Beta Delta, '05.
"Our New Chapter House," E. C. Si
mons, Beta Delta, '05.
"Sigma Chi in the West," Profesosr
F. C. Schouch, Delta Delta, '93.
"The Almuni Chapter and Beta
Delta," F. T. Ferguson, Alpha Iota, '03.
The following were those present:
A. B. Leech, J. G. Reinhard, E. B.
Qulggle, E. F. Montgomery, Emmett
Ryan, A. F. Bishop, George P. Stone,
H. T. Forbis, King Garlington, Wil
liam G. Ferguson, William O. Dickin
son, Leo Greenough, William Maloney,
I. Forhls, Thomas J. Farrell, August
Chisholm, Gill Mcaren, W. H. Pol
lc9s, Milton Mason, C. E. Simons, O.
J. Craig. Thayer Stoddard, George
Little, ). I). Richards, F. T. Ferguson,
Frederick Greenwood, Dr. J. G. Ran
dall, G. E. Hogan, J. W. Streit of Mis
soula; C. A. Buck and K. A Sinplair
of Stevensville, Roy D. McPhail of
Drummond, Albert J. Roberts, Helena,
James M. Hamilton of Bozeman.
The members of Beta Phi chapter of
the Kappa Kappa Gamma fraternity
entertained shortly afternoon yester
day in their apartments in Woman's
hall in honor of several out-of-town
girls who are vilting here during in
terscholastic week. The rooms of the
sorority were decob'ated with the colors
of the order agid of the university.
Those present besides the members
were the Misses Elsie Minor, Bess
Bickett and Catherine McDermott of
Helena, and Mhtses Armstrong and
Stewart of Missoula.
G[YE A NUA DANCE
I ite members of the Missoula lodge
No. 851 of the Pailiters' union gave
their annual dance last night in Elite
hall. A large crowd was in attend
ance and enjoyed the dance until a
late hour. A unique feature of the
affair was the 'drawing for $30, in
three prizes. Attached to each ad
mission ticket was a coupon, which
contained a number, and at 12 o'clock
the drawing was made. The first
prize, $15, went to, Ben F. Hanson,
the second, $10, was won by Ed Pow
ell, and the third prize of $5, was
awarded to Oscar Frederick. The
commitee in charge of the dance was
composed of E. J. Whiteman, Fred
Woody, M. Wilman, D. J. Waddell,
John Curry, J. H. McLaughlin, Charles
Rucktaesdel and' John Kane.
DEATH OF A CHILD.
Leo Paul, the 10-months-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Quimet, died yco
terday morning at the family residence
in the Orchard Homeq. He had been
ill for some time with the grip, which
finally caused his death. The funeral
will be hold this afternoon at 2 o'clock
frohm the residence and burial will be
I nthe Catholic cemetery.
Luck in Threes ,
Full 30-foot lot on Rollins; "six
room house, cellar, water in
yard, large, comfortable barn,
right for two teams; sheds;
everything neat and in order,
and immediate possession.
100-foot corner, three blocks
from 'bridge; large Miodern 9
room house; small 3-room
house; large barn, chicken
house and sheds; 20 bearing
irees; splendid place for room
ens. The houses will cost more
than price of all; it must go.
The best business location in
the city for the money; brick
store building on corner; fine
renter; warehouse and all ready
to occupy. Only
GEO. F. BROOKS
The Real Estate Man
First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
DOCTORS WIND UP MQ8T SUC
CESSFUL MEETING WITH
As a fitting climax to one of the
most successful meetings in its his
tory, the Montana State Medical as
sociation yesterday, by unanimous res
olution, reoommended to the Univer
sity of Mohtana that, to accord proper
recognition for his untiring efforts in
spotted fever research, tie honorary
degree of LL. D. should be conferred
upon Dr. H. T. Ricketts. The senti
ment of the gathering in this regard
was expres~ed in no uncertain manner.
It was agreed that Dr. 1icik tts' la
bors in his chosen field, wherein he
has devoted his time and attention as
well as money in the past five years,
deserved this signal honor: and i~ was
justly proper that the medical associa
tion should be the agency through
which it is hoped to i1av4 the degree
With the elaborate banquet held at
Yo Olde Inn last night he 31st an
nual meeting of the State Medical as
sociation came to a close.
Dr. Campbell bf Kallspel was toast
master at the medical association ban
quet, and the following doctors re
sponded to toasts. Dr. Witherspoon
of Butte. Dr. Johndion of JBillings, Dr.
Williams of Havre, Dr. White of Kal
ispell, Dr. Tuttle of Helena, Dr. Smith
of Missoula, Dr. Conyngha n of Bonner
and Drs. Aylen and Bucl~iey of Mis
At the two sessions in O)dd Fellows'
hall yesterday, whiclf were well at
tended, several papers were read on
subjects scientific, and various topics
of vital interest to the medical pro
fession were I1iscussed inf rmally.
At the conclusion of the regular pro
gram of addresses State Treasurer Dr.
C. T. Pigot of Butte read his annual
report. With a balance of $1,050.70 in
the treasury, Dr. Pigot suggested that
rather than let the money lie idle it
could be put to some useful purpose,
preferably to assist in tie campaign
against tuberculosis in Montana. It
was immediately moved and seconded
that $500 be donated to the newly
formed Anti-Tuberculosis society for
The following officers, all elected by
acclamation, were then chosen to head
the association the ensuing year:
President, Dr. T. D. Tuttle, Helena;
first vice president, Dr. J. J. Buck
ley, Missoula; second vice president,
Dr. F. Cuttle of Hugters' hIot Springs;
third vice president, Dr. F. ]E. Buchen,
Hamilton; secretary, Dr. IU. C. Kistler,
Butte, and treasurer, Dr. C. T. Pigot,
Hunters' Hot Springs was selected
as the place of meeting next year, and
the time the second Wednesday and
Thursday in May.
After a few well-thosen remarks by
the newly-elected president, Dr. Tut
tie, the visiting doctors were taken in
special automobiles to the interscho
lastic meet at the university.
The visiting doctors expressed their
appreciation to the citizens, of Mis
soula for the cordial way in which
they have been entditained , and espe
cially thanked jhose 1iho ft rnished rigs
and automobiles for the trips about
the city. The same expression of
thanks was made to the people of
Hamilton for the, royal manner in
which they entertained the visitors
FORMED IN GARDEN CITY
Yesterday morning before tue State
Medical association convened there was
held in Odd Fellows' hlul the ad
journed meeting of the Montana Pub.
lic Health association for the purpose
of taking action for the establishment
of a permanent body in Montana to
carry on the fight against tuberculosis.
As a result of the meeting the Mon
tana Anti-Tubercular league was
formed and the following officers
elected for one year:
President, Dr. W. P. Cogswell, Liv
ingston; vice president, Mrs. F. J.
Walsh, Helena; secretary Dr. T. D.
Tuttle' Helena; treasurer, Dr. M. 1B.
Atwater, Helena; execugive committee,
Drs. Cogswell, Tuttle, Pigqt, Orton and
The new society has a charter mem
bership of about 40, most of whom are
physicians of the state. However, the
membership is not limited to physi
clans, and anyone interested in the
cause may join.
Besides $500, which was voted the
new society yesterday by the State
Medical association, there was collect
ed here $250, making a Working cap
ital on hand of $750.
SHOOTS HIS WIFE,
Seattle, May 13.-Arthur Gicorge, a,
clerk, aged 40, shot and killed his
wife, Elizabeth, at th)1r home in
Brighton Beach, near Seattle, today
4ud then went to the police headquar
ters, where he surrendered. Mrs.,
George left her husband three years
ago because of his bad habits and has
had trouble with him on account of,
her refusal to give him n oney.
WIRELESS PHONE OPERATES.
Milwaukee, May 13.-"A wireless,
telephone between Chicago and Mil-'
waukee was in operation today, the
wireless telephone message received In
Wisconsin being picked up at the
office of the Milwaukee Jpurnal.
All Eagles are requested to meet at
Lucy's undertaking rootra, Saturday
at 1:30 p. in., to attend the funeral of
Mrs. Otto Wick.
By order of the president.
The World's steam shovel record
recently was broken on the line of the
Panama canal, where a single shovel
In six hours and 50 minutes removed
3,541 cubic yards of rock and earth.
A NECESSARY AND CONVENIENT HAT FORl
EVERY-DAY SUMMER WEAR
750, $1.O0 and $2.00
The pdpular; bowl shape, shade in straw and burnt col
ors, with a three-inch crown and five-inch brime; trinmmed
with a plain band of velvet in green, brown, black oi- lav
Our.tis ial low prices prevail..........................75¢ to $2.00
Ladies' and Misses'
$4.7;5, $6.50 and $9.50
Tailored, embroideied and lace trimmed washahle suits
in a wide assortment; colors white, tan, light blue, pink
and lavender; some in three-piece style, others in two
piece effects, with 36-inch coats, full flare skirts, ,prettily
trimmed to harmonize; a very secvicable and stylish ssul
mner garb for little money. Make your selections early,
while sizes and colors are complete.
Higgins and Cedar e Missoula, Montana
We suggest an Inspecian of our stock, embracing hundreds of articles
suitable for gifts which will not only delight the happy recipient but
will have the added charm of permanence.
We can but mention.in a general way
SILVERWARE for table and decorative use, both solid and plated.
CUT GLASS WARES and crystal in a great variety of pieces both
large and small.
GOLD JEWELRY in the most artistic forms and newest colored
Kohn Jewelry Company
THE LARGEST JEWELRY STORE IN THE CITY.
MANGLED BY TRAIN.
Information was roecived in the city
early this morning that William Orinn,
a resident of Lothrop, Mont., was run
over and fatally mangled by Northern
Pacific train No. 1 at Evaro curly this
$25 Reward $25
125.00 reward will be paid for the ar
rest and conviction of the party who
stole the Lillian Russell picture from
the corner of Cedar street and Hig
C. A. HARNOIb.
On and after this date I will not be
responsible for any debts contracted by
my wife. HARRY GILBERTSON.
Missoula. April 10, 1909.
Kellogg Paint Co.
JEWE p ccp eal Attention
FINE WATCH REPAIRING.
ROWIAND, The Jeweler, First Na
tional Bank Block,
MIX & SONS
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HAY,
GRAIN AND WOOD.
KNOWLES' BLOCK. 204 S. THIRD
107 EAST FRONT STREET,
WILLIAMS & JOHNSTON
The Leading Hotel
European Plan. Centeally Located
The Ludy undertaking parlors are
the best equipped in the city. Cor
oners' office, Missoula county, is here.
Corner Higgins Avenue and Pine Street
B3 careful about your meats. See
that you get the host; we always have
the best because we are bhtter pre
pared to handle it, having the only
cold storage in the city, where we can
keep meat the proper length of time
to make it tender and wholesome.
130-132. Higgins Ave. Phpne 117
Barber & Marshall
THE SOUTH SIDE GROCERS.
FOR THE TRACK MEET.
Oranges-All sizes, 300 to 50".
High grade navals.
Bananas-The yellow kind, large
Fancy Cakes-qhocolate Bon
Bons, Macaroon Snaps, tocoanut
Cookies, Orange Wafers.... 25II .
Handy Inner Seal Box Cookles..10#
The inevitable lemon for the ath
DIAMOND ICE CO.
W. R. MULLEN, PROPRIETOR.
Prompt attention given to all orders.
Call at 125 West Pine or Telephone
TAKE A KODAK
SMITH'S DRUG STORE
Ageuts for Eastman Kodaks and Sup
WHOLESALE DRUGS, PAINTS, ETC.
George Frelsheimer, Prop.
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