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GAME BETWEEN WHITE 8OX
STANDING OF CLUBS.
Clubs- Won. Lost. Pet.
lttolf .............16 61 ,727
Ioston ...... ...... 13 8 .619
14ew York ............... 13 10 .545
Philadelphia ............ 10 9 .526
ChIcago ................. 11 11 .500
cleveland ................ 9 13 .409
ft. Louis .......... 6 13 .316
Washington ............ 6 13 .316
Clubs- Won. Lost. Pet.
Pittebk rg ............... 15 8 .652
ThIailelphia ............ 11 9 .550
Chiec o .................... 1i 10 524
.o.t. ...................... 11 10 .524
oopslyn ................ 10 11 476
Ojhoin ti ................. 12 14 462
New York ...a.......... 9 16 385
ft .ongs ............. 10 16 .385
'The most rematkable game played
$s the major leagues this season was
lied a draw yesterday at Chicago
itter the Chicago and Washington
.3nerioan league teams had battled for
long' Innings, darkness alone ending
the tofitest, Dr. White, for the Pox,
otcbtel 'the entire game, and was op
posed by three pitchers for the Sena
to1s, Johnson,~Gray and Burns. White
U4lowed but one hit in the last 10 in
Wage, and only six were gathered from
3is 9outhpaw delivery during the whole
*rformance. Is old Cy Young going
tb have a tad year? The Boston Red
6oz slktughtered the old boy yesterday
for 17 hits and eight runs, which Is
robbing It Into their old standby, to
asq' the least. Suggs' first appearance
4qr Detroit resulted in.,defeat, the first
or that team for io, these many days.
4t that Detroil fought stubbornly and
37d the game won until the eighth in
Seventeesn Inning Draw.
Chicago, May 13.-Chicago and
Washington battled for 17 innings to
S4y and the game. was caUed on ac
Qoint of darkness, with the score 1 to
1. White allowed only one hit in the
inat 1.0 innings.
igcore R. H. F.
Chiicago .. .. 1 13 1
Washington ... .. 1 6 3
Batterics.-White and Sullivan:
Johnson, Gray, Burns, Hughes and
Is This Revenge?
Cleveland, May 13.-Boston made it
three straight from Cleveland today.
Young was easy for his former team
jiates, and was poorly supported.
Score: R. 1I. E.
Cleveland ......................... 1 5 4
Boston ................... 8 17 0
Batteries-Young and Easterly:
Morgan and Carrigan.
Detroit, May 13.-New York caught
S ggs .weakening in the eighth and
dm ve hinm out of the box, winning 6
to 4. Score: R. IH. E.
D etroit :............:...... .. .. 4 12 0
New York .:............ . . 6 11 3
Batteries--Suggs. Willett, Donovan
and Schmidt: Manning, Warhop and
Players Besiege Umpire.
Boston, May 13.-In a hard-fought,
13-inning game today, during which
Umpire Cusack was assaulted by one
of the visiting players and three of
them ordered off the grounds, Boston
defeated Cincinnati by a score of 3
In the 12th Inning Catcher Roth,
running for McLean, was called out at
the plate on a close decision, and he
attacked Umpire Cusack. Several of
the Cincinnati players crowded around
the official, threatening him with hats,
but the Boston players succeeded in
quieting the visitors.
Score: R. II. I.
Cincinnati ........... . .. 2 12 f
B stop ........... ....... . . 3 15 2
Batteries--Campbell and McLean:
Fergtdeon, Mattern and Bowerman.
Prooklyn, May 13.-Brooklyn ,. -
feated St, Louis in a pitchers' battle
today with a home run to deep left.
Score.: R. 1t. E.
St. Louis ........................... ... 1 4 1
Si'ooityn .. ...............2 0 i
Batteries-Lush and Phelps: Rucker
and Bergen. Umpirceb-Kleu and
Phillies Fight Hard,
Philadeipiiia, May 13.-Pittsburg won
a hard-fought gaing here today, 6 to
4., The vlsituor got a winning lead In
t$ fifth inning and held It.
HoweIR. Ii. IC"
P)hiladdipbia .............. 4 10 3
Pitlitsarg ... . ...... . . 1
ISkttdries-Moore and Doom1! Willis,
;eever andm Gibson. Umpires-Bmsliie
Giants punch Hits.
New York, May 13.-New York made
i two out of three today from Chi
cago, th# locals bunching their hits
on Kroh, and securing four runs.
Score: R. H. H.
Chicago ....... .. .. . 1 4 Q
Yew York ... ...... . 4 0 0
Patterlos--Kroh, Hagerman and
Moran; Matthvwsun and Myers. Urn
pires-Rigler and Truhby.
Tacoma 5, Portland 1.
Portland, Mlay 13.-Score:
A. If. H.
Tacom a .............. .......... 5 9 0
Portland ............ ......... I G 6
Tlatteries--Berger and Bender; Chi
niult and Mutray.
Seattle 4, Spokane 2.
Spokune, May 13.-Score:
R. H. H,
Spokane ...... ........... 2 4 7
Seattle ........ ........... 4 4 4
Batterles-Gregg andit1 Kellackey;
Ostdiek, Thompsonr and Shea.
Aberdeen 3, Vancouver 0.
Aberdeen, llIay 13.-Seore:
R. * H. H:
Vancouver ................... 0 -3 4
A berdeen ......... ................. 3 6 A
T3atterles-lriclckson and Sugden;
Starkell and O'Brlen.
Portland Gi Veroin I
Los Angeles, May 13.-Score:
R. H. L.
Vernon . ..: i,... 1 8 4
Portlanid . . ... 5 2
Batteries-Hitt sad tWbgan; Garrett
Los Angeles 3, Sacramento 1.
Los Angeles ....... . .......:...... 3 11 9
Siocramento .,.......:............... 1 8 2
Batteries-, 1Q p and Orehdorff;
Brown and Gra am.
Oaklind 1, 'et Francisco 0.
San Francils&, May l$.-Score:
R. H. H..
Oakland ......... ......... 3 8 0
Sa nFranclscon .................. 0 0 1
Batterles. -WlV and Lewis; Cor
bett and IBerry;
BA1E FO A M IftIPtY'
New York. day 13,l- ntries were
closed recently fbr the first national
balloon contest to be held at Indian
apolis June 5, at 5150" o'clock, when.
the conteAtal 4t..w,1 _ cmufe O. a 11
championship. .up offered by. the Aero
club of America. The race will be
particularly notable for the reason the
six balloons entered are of the limit
size, 2,200 cubiclneteo, and when in
flated one 'of these .balloons Msa.nds
in height eqlal to a nine or teno toby
building. The pilots. In the race will
compete for the Lahm cup and for a
sperial trophy offered by Carl (1,
Fisher to the cont'stant remaining in
the air the greatest length of time.
Each Pilot and aid willI recivc a
cocnmnellora~tive medal from the Acere
club o Amerlca. The race will be
conducted from the Motor Speedway
park, with groundls of 360 acres. A
special grand stamd for the nccommo
dation of 50,000 persons is being
TIranto, (int., May 13.-M. 1).
Sherring of Canada Who won the Mar
athon at Athens in 1906, made a
fruitless effort reedont'iy to get hack
into the ampateur ranks. He applied
for a registraition card to the Ca
nadian A, A. U. and his application
was rejected. It is said he wants to
run again, and may as a final ef
fort comie across the border and try
his luck for reinstatement in the
United States. After his return from
Greece Sheering was presented with a
purse of money and a hotel, dona
tions which were understood to place
him in the professional ranks, But
as Sherring never ran for money, if
lie received a registration card it
would not be half as glaring as
Longboat's case Long before thl In
dian crossed the demarcation line lie
went to Boston and in a meet wiltl
t15o professionals ran for money, yet
on severaI ocRasiUns afterward he ran
as an amateur in Canada.
YICE PRESIDENT'S SON
DEFEATS CHAMP TRAIS
| Washington, M1ay 13.-T. Al, Sher
man, of Utica, New York, sin of the
vice president, today lowered the ctl
ors of Walter J. Travis, former aina
teur golf champion of the a nited
States, winning the cup for the best
score in the qualificaliou rituilds of
the Chevy (ihuube open string tourni
mient. Travis, however, as well as
Sherman, qualiflied among the first
oight who are to play for the club cup.
The ieal weatlier and the excellent
course brought out ii players.
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COHBIN'S TIMEYl HiT
WHILE SALT LAKE BEATS THE
MINERS, HELENA WINS IN
NINTH FROM BOISE.
Clubs- Won. Lost. Pet.
Salt Lake ........... .... 5 3 .625
Butte ......................... 4 4 .500
Helena .. 4 4 .500
P oise ........................ 3 5 .375
Tiddle Corbin's single which scored
one run in the 10th inning at Salt Lake
yesterday won' the game for the Mor
mons and put them into first place
with a two-game lead. By scoiHliig six
r ns In the last inning, Helena beat
1oise after the Irrigators had practi
rally cinched the game. This put Hel
ena on even terms with Butte in sec
ond place, but Boise is not far behind.
So far these four clubs have shown
that they are evenly balanced. This
makes the race more interesting from
a spectators's standpoint, and should
be a good thing financially. Each
team has its sluggtrs, and they have
been hitting the ball hard regardless
of who is in the box.
Salt Lake, May 13.-Salt Lake beat
Butte today, but it took three pitchers
and 10 innings to do it. The game was
really decided In the fourth when the
home players hammered Pender out
4f the box and made six runs. Mc
Adams was substituted. The decisive
run in the 10th was credited to Corbin,
who singled with two men out and
scored Lussi from third. Salt Lake
used Whits to the third Inning and
Thomas and Hunt afterward. Score:
A.B. B. B.H. P.O. A. E.
Turk, so................. 4 3 1 3 4 0
Campbell, 2b. .... 4 0 2 2 2 1
Esaley, c ............ 2 0 0 4 0 1
Uardner, c........... 2 1 1 4 3 0
Roberts, r.-f....... 5 0 1 2 0 0
Nebring, lb......... 5 0 1 11 1 3
Fitzgerald. 3b..... 5 0 0 2 2 1
Dunn, c.-f........... 5 0 1 1 0 0
Hoon, i.-f. ............ 4 1 1 0 0 0
Pender, p. .......... 1 1 1 0 1 1
McAdams, p. .... 4 0 0 0 1 0
"Totalis.....:.41 6 4 °211 14' 11
5Two out when winning run was
A.B. R. B.H. P.O. A.E.
Sturgeon, r-f..... 4 1 0 0 0 0
-linbnd, c.-f. .... 1 t 0 0 0 0
M'4n'sh, c.f. If. . 4 1 1 0 0 0
He ad, s. . 4 1 1 3 . 2 1
ussi. lb. ....... 5 .2 1 16 0 0
Whaling, c. ... 5 0 1 4 3 2
Filek, 2b...... 1 0 0 3 5 1
Corbin, lb. . 5 0 1 3 4 1
tlcichyer, If.f. 1 0 0 1 0
1all, c.-f. .. . I ) II 1 0 0
Walts, p. . 1 I 0 0 1 0
Thomas, p. 0 0 0 0 1 0
Hunt, p. . 2 0 1 0 0
ToIals .. 7 7 6 30 22 7
Butte ...............0 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0- 6
Salt Lake .....0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-7
Earned runs-Salt Lake, 4: Butte, 1.
Two-bake hits-Pender, Lussi. Bases
on balls-'Off Bender, 2; off McAdams,
4; off Waits, 1.; off Thomas, 1. Struck
out--By Ponder, 1; by Adams, 6: by
Walis, 1 by Hunt, 3. Double plays
Fitzgerald to Nehring to Fitzgerald.
Stolen bases-Turk, Roberts, Sturgypn,
1I'lick. Sacrifice hits-Campbell, 11
sey. Time of game-2:25. Umpire
M eKibbon. Attendance-1,500. (Ladies'
anl children's day.)
HELENA WINS IN NINTH.
Boise, May 13.-After Boise had
practically won today's game, with the
score of 5 to 3. Strouther's men made
Gee errors in the last inning, allowing
Helena to score six men, winning the
game by a score of 9 to 5. Score:
'All. R. B.H. P.O. A. E.
Cahill, 1.-f. 5 1 2 0 0 0
Stis, 1b. 3 2 1 5 0 0
Morse, b. 5 2 0 3 1 0
Irby, r.-f . 4 1 1 2 0 0
Harmouti, lb. 4 1 1 5 1 0
Marx, e. . 5 1 2 8 3 0
Murray, c.-f. 5 1 2 3 1 0
Stvithb, ss. 3 0 0 0 5 0
Thomas, p. 3 0 0 1 0 1
Totals . 37 9 9 27 11 1
AB. R. B.H. PF.. A. H.
I Hutchison, 3b.. 5 1 2 1 1 2
Lodell, 11b . . 0 2 14 2 0
Case, as. 5 0 1 3 5 2
Houston, 2b . 5 0 0 3 2 1
WAarson. r.-f. 5 2 3 1 0 1
Nelek. 1.-f. 3 1 2 1 0 0
Harrigan, c. 4 0 0 3 1 0
Shea, r.-f. 0 0 0 0 1 1
Butler. r.-f. 4 1 2 1 0 1
Osburnp. 4 0 3 0 5 0
Totals 38 5 15 27 17 8
lcna .........2 0 0 1 0 0 0 Q 6--9
Boise ............100 `300020-5
First on errors--Helena, 6: Boise, 1.
Struck out-By Thomas, 5; Osburn, 2.
Bases on balls-Off Thomas, 1. Three
base hits-.Irby, Wasson. Two-base
tits -L-oidell, Butler. Sacrifice hits-
Stis, Thonias.. Nelek. Stolen bases
Cutill, Morse, 4. Hutehinshrdluushrd
playa--Houston to Lodeli; Morse to
Marmouth to Morse. Left do bases
Helena, 6; Boise, 9. lilt by pitched.
hall-Hormouth, gtis, Lodeli, NAlck;
Harrigan. Time of game-~145. Utim
LATONIA PREPARES FOR MEET.
Cincinnati, ft., May 18.-Notwith
standing the Latonia Jockey club case
for defying the Kentucky racing com
mission is still before the Kentucky
court of appeals, Attorney Harvey My-'
ers, president of the club, is making
preparation6 for the coming meeting
at Latonia. lie has announced that
Charles F'. Price Will be the presiding
judge and that Julge Josepih A. :Mir
phy will be racing secretary.
It was declared unoffilcially that
hand-slates would be used by the
bookmakers at the track again, the
same as last fall.
FOOTBALL PRACTICE ENDS.
New Haven, Conn., May 13.-Spring
football practice for Yale's grifliron
candidates has terminated. The punt
ing competition, which has been going
on all week, in connection with the
pigskin drill, was won by R. C. Dem
Ing. The practice was of three weeks'
duration and much interest was evi
denced by the bndergraduates. Over
50 men reported for work, and much
promising material was developed.
Graduate coaches responded in goodly
numbers to Captain Coy's call and the
pre-season drill may indeed be said to
have been a Success,
KIIG JAMES WINS
HILDRETH'S 4-YEAR-OLD CAP
TURES CLASSIC EVENT IN
New York, May 13.-The long de
ferred and anxiously awaiW d opentng'
of the Metropolitan racing season,
which was coupled this year with then
running of the classic Metropolitan.
handicap, passed into turf history to
day with the winning at Belmont park,
of the blue ribbon, event of the, picca
sion by S. C. Hildt'eth's fleet 4-year
old King James from a field of 11
starters. Fayette, the Madden entry,
finished six lengthsbehind, with Jug-'
gler, a 6-year~old gelding, entered by,
C. C. Smithson, a close third. Time,
1:54 2-5. The attetltance was consid
erably *slimmer than on previous
Metropolitan hanlicap days; The en
tire number aggrd aged less than 10,
The net results of ithe day were that
under matertilly altered circumstances
betting of a sort is tolerated. The new
form, howe er1 is travyesty of the
practice that: fla tieid during the
days or tlhe Pel;cV`t OK 'i. 'tth&er
pb+: of a depiggg 4 t~ef,1h,.opollpt
divisoip of the. swispsmpe 'court, which
permits" 'ral betting, 'the layers of
odds topk up- .their 'stations on. the
concourse in front of the stand and in
whispers and by nodk accepted wagers
and gave odds. The method was veil
ed in mystery, accompanied. by
searelhing glances and stealthy looks.
If the :would-be bettor was known to
the boolkmaketi his bet-'was accepted
with i nititterhl'it you'r on." No
money was passed. tile "bookmaker'
trusted the bettor to searcl hint out
after tile race anl pay 111b 111t tl amount
of his wager if lie lost, anti-the bettor
on his part trusted tite bookmaker to
look ltipt u1p in the santl fashion anld
give him his winnings if he won.
Some of the layers of odds 'settled out
side the grounds after the last race
and otlhers on the trains coling back,.
but most of them put off 5attluemnt
until tomorrow at appointed head
quarters in town.
KEiCH LIS MAJTWIE
TO FIGHT HiGH M'gAN
Pittsburg, May 13.--Thtl Pittsburg
is developing into a, real fight center
was shown iwhen the announcement
was made by the NationaL Athletic
club that Stanley Ketchel had been
matched to fight six rounds with Hugh
McGann of Kansas City here on the
night of May 18.
The national is authority, for the
statement that Ketchel has been guar
anteed $2,000 as his share of the
money. This, means that the biggest
fight in tile history of Pittsburg is
to be pulled ;off.
The famious Duquense Garden has
been fitted up with a 34-foot ring in
the center--a ring which can be
easily taken down and folded away
when society wants an inning, such
as the horse show of this week.
Jim Coffroth is still trying to match
Abe Attell with Join Driscoll of Eng
Heinie Peltt is making good as
manager of the Louisville team. He
benched himself the other day for not
"Bullet" Jack Thoney, of the Bos
ton lied Sox; has pnelmoula and will
be out of the gume it montli at least.
Quinn, the New York American
twirler, comes f0rom1 the nRtctiond
club in 8ie 'Virginia leag'tle' ild is
sure some slabist.
Jimmy Clabby, the Milwgikee lpugil
ist, has been showing great form of
late and will n1 doubt be matched
with some of the star performers be
"Kid" Goodman has turned down an
offer of $125 to box in Utica, N. Y.
The "Kid's" excuse was that he was
afraid to have so much money on his
person at one time.
"Tacks" Neur has been released by
Manager (lanml of Ilociehiter.' Ills
old fault. not Iling able to acqluire
control, is the answer.
Some one must have slipped Jimmy.!
The Best Place In Missoula :or a
Home Is to Be Iound in
Lots in this addition possess every, quality that a h1 bite siouli lhave.
L CATIO The highest point in the Missoula valley,
O AI clean, sheltered and beautiful.
SA 4IgA I Perfect. Just enough slope for good drain
A kage; the shelter of the hill, as a barrier
against wind and dust.
Cit water supply; electric lights, telejihonc
C ONVENIENC(ery soon) electric railway.
Rihsoil, south exposure, ¶2eifect adapta
ADVANTAGE e to landscape gakening.
ENVI O NMENT Adjacent to the state university, close pi
der Mount Sentinel, removed from busi
DEVELOPMENT ome of the finest residences in Montana
D ~ ~ ~ r aVLlMreadiudy bui t here and some of the most
beautiful streets; more are comning.
P No advance over last year's figures. Lots
P KI~L~are $400 to $600. Terms are easy.
FRANK P. KEITH, Agent
103 Higgins Avenue Missoula, .Montana
Collins something in his coffee to
'Oake him out such capers with tre
Aimi1etm1tCoTT Qdtatlo' ufiplres. Jhit'
never was thus in the lig yard.
"Iron Man" McGinnity miust surely
be a real magnate, for he positively
declares that the Newark team will be
at the top of the Eastern leagn' at
the close of the season:
Hank O'Day chased eight Cubs opt
of the game the other (lay. Yo t
wouldtn t want a better hiunch that
the Cubs are out for the pennant.
In a group picture of the Provi
dence club Manager Hugh Duffy looks
as young as any player il0 the team.
Anid Hugh was dt big leaguer when
Jake Ieckley and Jiro MrUnire were
playing on the lots.
Jack O'Connor, the former St. Louis
Brownie, has i ropard Iris trunk with
his Fort Smith baseball stock and in
the' future will devote all of his at
tention to Little Rock.
The South Atlantic league has
changed the player-limit rule and
clubs may hereafter carry 13 Instead
of 12 men. No doubt some of the
managers will nudge by that 13 thing.
It doesn't look good.
And they say, that baseball fans
are running the government, ipclud
ing the weather bureau. Does this
look like a big league's record?
Cleveland-No game; rain.
Chicago-No game; lightning.
New York-No game; frost.
St. Louis-No game; big wind.
Philadelphia-No game; sleet, (not
Pittsburg-No game; black snow.
Boston-No game; symphony re
WOMEN EXPERTS PLAY TENNIS.
New York, May 13.-The women
,lSwn tennis experts reached the semi
final round of the tournament of the
courts of the West Side club today.
In coming through the singles, Mrs.
Barger-Wallach, the outside nationml
champion, defeated the former chani
pion, Mrs. H. McLean, 4-6; 6-4; 6-2.
Miss Ad. Wagner, the indoor national
champion, defeated her rivals, Miss E.
H. Moore, the four times nationalist,
2-6; 6-0; 8-6.
New York, May 13.-John Heydler,
acting president of the National
league, today suspended Roger Bresna
han, manager of the St. Louis team,
for three days for using unbecoming
language. Tim Hurst, the" American
league umpire, who was suspended
last week, was reinstated today.,
ENDURANCE FLIGHT FAILURE.
Canton, 0., May 13.-The balloon.'
Cleveland, in which J. H. Wade and
A. H. Morgan of Cleveland made an
ascent herd Wednesday for a 24 hairs'
endurance flight, was' allowed to land
near Ravens. The atmospheric condi
tions were found to be so poor that
no headway could be made.
DIES ON WEDDING TOUR.
New Haven. Conn., May 13.-News
has been received here of the death
in Ceylon, India, May 4. of William
Kurtz Johnson, YVat 'oli, manager of
the Yale crcw of that o',1ai'. Ar. Jhnii
son died from heart failure. He tdA I
on a wedding tour.
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WALTHOUR NOT INJURED.
Paris, May 13.-There is no truth in
a report that Bobby Walthour, the
American bicycle rider, has been in,
jured in an accident. Walthour is at
present in Paris training for his forth
comning race with Daragon.
GREAT ELECTRICAL DISPLAY.
Butte, May. 13,-Fire Chief Sanger,
at the head of the committee which
has in charge the entertainment of
the Eagles of Montana, who will as
semble here in state convention June
22, today announced toe features of
the program, which include the great
est electrical display in Montana his
tory. Four thousand colored electric
lights will be strung about the prin
cipal streets. The parade, in which
6,000 men are expected to march, will
embrace many novelties.
ROOSEVELT NOT NAMED.
Hartford, Conn., May 13.-Major
Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., son .of former
P'residemt Roosevelt, who was a mill
tary aide on the personal staff of the
latV Governor Lilley, will not serve in
a 111e capacity on -4overnor Week's
staff. The latter today reappointed
Governer Lilley's staff as ]is own, but
Major Roosevelt's name did not ap
.piar, he having declined to serve.
FIXES ADJOURNMENT DATE.
Jefferson City, Mo., May 13.-The
house today flked the time for ad
journment at May 17. Because of the
rush of business it is doubtful if the
conferees on the prohibition measure
will', he table by that time to force
throuht ami agreement, provided one is
Vpion City, Tenn., May 13.-An or
der was received here today recalling
the remaining troops detaile'd in the
Reel it Lak' region. Thb 'iiil au
thorities have the situationi well "in
Notice to, Contractors.
Bids will be received at the' office
of the county clerk and recorder of
Missoula county, Montana, up to 10
o'clock a. m. Monday, May17, 1909, for
the construction of a pile :hridge and
the removal of the old . bridge : at
Frenchtown, Montana. Specifications
to be had at the office of the county
clerk. The board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
D. T. CURRAN,
Chairman of board of county commis
F. W. KUPITAL;
Notice to Architects.
Notice is hereby given that the
building committee of the Elks' build
ing will receive plans for a three-story
building, 90x90 feet, to be cocisructed
on the foundation already constructed
on the corner of Front and Pattee
streets. Such plans will be received
until 3 o'clock p. m. Friday, May 28,
1909, at Missoula Trust & Security
hank. For further particulars incquire
of any member of the committee. The
committee hereby reserves the right
to reject any aid all plans.
A. J. VIOL4iTTI, Secretary.
Bids for Excavating.
Bids for.. excavating lyisqenaenet and
grading, grounds for the newlvYOtipl.
hous on block 54, School' addition to.
Missoula, will he received by the.
board of trustees -of sclibol diast'let 1
up to T2-o'eloek noonn May 1S,1,,909, at
the office of A. L. Duncan clerk. The
board reserves the right to reject any
or all bids. Plant and specifications
on file at the clerk's.office.
A. L, DUNCAN, Clerk.
There is hereby called an extra ses
sion of. the board of goigrmiasion fb of
Missoula county for Monday, May 17,
1909, at the court house, to transact
such business as may come before t.
F. W. KUPHAL, Clerlk
Attest: D. T. CURRAN, Chairman.
Press Dispatch: Four .sqie at once,
St. Paul. Oct., 5th, 1901, *' s4eCIl4'
from Mondovi., sAs '.Mrs, JTo Silver
son gave birth to four boys.' She's
evidently aI great ,friend of Ipillister'
Rocky Mountain T'a. 3l eens, Tn
or' Tablets. (C. F. Peterson and) C'.