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*MS VY ATTPIDAN(CE AT THE
i: ATE UNIVERSITY PREDICT.
ED ly PROFESSOR.
'OT.her~ will he at least 7; students
in the freshman class this fail uinles.
the advlces which we have' received
are false," said Profess.r I'. 4'.
f. cheuch of the university inst evening
W White speaking of the summer cam
p aln for a larger attendance. "( lri
efforts have been attended with utn
usual success and I look for a recurd
breaklng year At the university."
The movement for "A lnrger Man
tana" was Inaugurated tonward the'
close of the last college year. Stut
dents, faculty and alumni Joined In
the campaign with unbounding enthu
slasm al* all ltrmtmert a representa
tive of the schooIl has been touring the
'state In search for avptlable students
and disseminating good reports of the
university and its work. It was found
that just such a campaign as thisl
has been the lacking factor in the
schbo'qrp aUoesie arld there Is no doubt
bitti ,lth tdhls ,deficiency reYMed ed,
nstpt J011 . e an unusually iood
onif. .16e.atyhve membhers, ~nd ,the
sourees of ;Professor Scheuch's l.hor
mation at.. 9t !t be doubt ,' i ~i
good t iiA clnss, far betit ttihi¶
tny of eIp IVd It seems to,b ~Pri
it new I pr t state univers(ty.
The covlieqqa of which o tlOepnrl
Rehouch is .at ephber hns also eaq.
at to the matqr of ,eflploy..
tm # tldents al s it . *Ie
lge. "W ave nhad 44 p .t
for johe," said the professor, "and I
feel qeI.tin that mpost of them can
Ie filled. Clirts as wolJ as boys are
a 6ng the appitants and If the young
l .ies prO ,nt adverse to worklnig In
hineail In tge .city we e'yen st.Piy is
n¥ny .potitlions of the sort as We re
* clve. We can find satisfactory homes
,A b Pst ofikpp rs $aqu1t ftor
ti t_ n.rpumher of girls where
t~ 15 '' i4ti tt4 ito ¶tFlp as tepmll
ti y V In thel' owv hohtei and
w t4' 4toy Will he able to expect all
ir~gy wlt.fin reason.
i'lhai buC)piness men ure respondlng
11 to our search for positions for'
tlt Ieto. The sporit .with whlich they
),ve,rl#t pA has been most commend
a.e atd wjitle of course nothlnk has
bn defidnitely piromnaid therie is no
dq pbt but that we can satisfy almost
a itf not %iI of ot , cOea oldadnts."
gbreaktast is one of the most difficult
iftals to pdtipare in the summer lime,
The jad)&L appetiti whlch has no dd
allte is haurd to tempt. Chi'dren who
as not very strong come to the table
alt l lhflattirly ru1sb ordilnary rod. It
Iswvell to try to tempt them for a while.
It ll not necessary to p4t heartily in
sinmbnr, but it is well to forlify orne's
stq.mýo igl.lla t. the long morinug.l.In
wlch all the work of the day should
be aco!nplihetld If possible.
~'o0 jmice it prep&re a thick syrup
tlh evening befo'e, which should have
cocoa stirred n .till It is very itrt'tig.
Tbe agg should be beaten till light and
tlhn the syrup added and all shaken
t ' ther, Thin to the taste with milk
wlch Is halft ream 'and a 'lasful,,will
prove sutflqlently sustalliing for ni
child's breakfast.
,To shake an egg in milk which In
sweetened and has a bit of nutmeg in
it will serve as a pleasant variety.
Tbe ingredients for both the egg choo
oluite and the egg In milk should he
very cold *nd the drink should he
sl ped .slowly.
R'oast should lb served very hot and
wp)l buttered. 1ven in ho6t weather
this rule should be adherpd.tro strictly.
F'reah fruits should be cold and even
ti1 sugar should he kept In ia cool
place. If the housekeeper will tr'y to
sie that cold things are renlly cold anld
hqt things more than lukewarm lhe
Mill have gone forward i step in man
agement.
THE CRITICS WENT WRONG.
V'lIerboTrhm TrIt.'" sail i l' ltllleli, n a
citcl. "has no very high opinllpiln ofi
dliamatic crltlicni,. and he, t'ill lit It
tie story to back ulp his point of view.
!'Tree, at the beginning of his lin
rrTr. it:dertook the flll'r of till. llliult
(.olonel Challice in 'Ahlne,' Tree wits
a very nTervous man in those days lie
w allwiays fiorgettllin his lilne. 111t
IaI tihe lilnd colonel hll slentl'd ides.
tllped to le ptartlliulnlrly lnrvous., laaid
therefore he arranlPed with thelI
prompter that ion the' first nllht. whiln
ever he forgot ta spiec,(h i, sh, ,dht
Snap his fingers a iI st.na litor hili,
"'The first nighl t enlillel, and 'l'rti, for.
pit Ill lInt's contlnuallvy. His fingers
sillilpll d all thrtiugh tle .show likl iii
nlandillng tricknige of firir'l:l'kerils. Ihe'
tholtugtt his eatreer was 'lroornl: butll
tli, next mornipg all the' ('rllliis silil of
hbi' l` animously:
"'*Mr. Tree's trrtlile st. dy iof the
blind ' ilonel ChailthlLe was a re'v,.'l
tln. Neve'r before ihave the hallits
alidl tlolughts of the blind hilin so
Aieoflliy nlinlyped and sin faithfully
p L trayed; .'the entire study was li'r.
firt, even down nto the nervousr i twitch.
ilo of tlie flngerp (IMr. 'reel' ulipptill
Ut the prompter), and the nnxloltr
l.ltnipg (to + ihatcih the proniomllr's
S , a9 .athoh lnss or sight tliltd
i a~tll the mshore dear. "
j.+,, lA ECT F MAKlG.
o .qli¢', g '7ookra-hbetlh. yVu
shington Jetferson, what
. Jmbiltn' dan pipefto'? Dlid't AlIt
14 . oi' ldnt smilkfh' saortlng er
n fo h.. ) n hAmIlff?"
: .,... l,,t ',,'. h,, hin
S lI yo' life, Uncle Moad, 1
_ prty _ le man,"
all right erbbut
' .+ t i, Int d.
rat4 yhitls ke by
:'11I:] . M ack's
MARKEI MOVEMENTI
OF IIE DAY
New York, Aug. 9.-T'he development
or pinltlve tirength in the stock minrr
Iket today was the outgrowth hagely
of the power of resistance to unfav6i
able factors. The dtepreeslon of the
early prices was en moderate as to
serve at a warningt to the hear elc
mpnt that present holders of itocks
would not he Inluced, easily to call.
The advance In prlces was ttrgely dne
to demands from uncovered llhortsa.
The dealings werle In a large degree,
professional and Reading, Inlon Pna
cific nMl! VnltePI 4Statea IMtefl aheorbed
over half or the Ioctl tral
lThe tone of the corn pnarket today
and a downw.wtrd .tendency fIn whept
left no room for sepelatlopPl Infer
ences or hnitFn to these creps, T'le
(tfpadlan railroad .atock pm+, a atrogg;
response lo the new dividend rate andl
the eSympamhetie effect was partlcp!ar
ly mprked on the stocks of the tr.rtl
continental railroad r1hes.
The betuter feel(ng over tale crop
prospects wcas of far reaching. ef .
Secondary consideration of the Jlly
figulres of the Copper Producers' asno
elation seemed to give greanter satls
fanction t.than the first Impresaldit fild
the eopper "stoct were all s~rlt:.
lHonds w.rore I(r. , except for the ,de
presslon In Newii York it.y slaues.
Total naiee, Fpar vujlue, $1.126,000.
ITnl t.U tAl. l hondas dvanerq .4 1
per rent on ell.
et XbcE k ing 6%.fJp.
Amp nqrll .heel ¢l .............!
Amei~i tr & ',n.,}ndry ........ i.
Ameritan Co(ton .............. Lk
Anrte in 'ilucomnoItV ............ S4
Americann meIltling & Iteflning .. 0D
1Dp. preferred .,..................l102
American Sugalr ,tllnling ........11%.
Anaconda Mlnlng Co. ........... 41
Atchion .......................... 08g
(,Altntle ci~ se t 111Ce. ..............110
1altimor & Ohllii ...............1081,
Brooklyn Rapid irnnslt ......:... 7
Cqnadlan laqlle ..................1y0
t'Cu apeake & Ohio .............. 7..3
.hlcnagn & Northwestern' ........14Jr,.
h.sk.go, 'tMllwvuokee & St. Paul ..1 4#.'
Colorado Fuel & Iron ............ '29
Colorano & Snutlgern .............. 352
D)eawnre & Ilud.n ..............15t
Denver & Rto GIrande ........... 80%
Do. preforred ................... 71
irle ........ .. .................... 24
Orent Northern preferred ........12,1
fCreat Nort;hern Qre Ctr. ........ 3%4
Illlnqis Central ..................13Q
Tntprb6rough-Mont. .............. 171
Do. prqferred ................ 73%
Inoulville & Naiville ............130%
Mleourl Pacfic ................... t%
Mllaourl, Capetas.4& Texas ........ 32%
Natlohal leBcullt ................t..101
National Lead ..................... 50
New York Contrql ................ !3%
Norfolk & Wester ................. 09
t+oithern Paclfic .................I110%
Padlflc Mall ........................ 2514
'ensylvunla .......... .........,.12,
Peolie's Gals ............. ...105.%
Pullman Palace Car (hld) ........157
neadlng .......... ................141%
|hock Islan (,'o. .................. 1 0%
Mo. preferred .................... 83
Southern Paclf .....................113
Southern laNlway ...............22%..,
Union Puclfle ................. ..,16
United States 8tLel ................ 'I
Do. Ipreferred o.................... !8
W abash ......................... 1714
Do. preferred ............... 35,
Western Union ................... i05
Blhndard l .....................df
. Boston Mjning Stooks
AI I trz .... ... 41, (
Amanlgnrn'ttei ('nojipr ............AC
Arnorinn Ziua', I.Ond & Sin. ...... 23
Aritiona Commrclu . 8........'... I8'
I . & C Copper and Sliver Mi;,... "
i utpt ClitIon . 30
Cainet t& A rin.........'.... "
I nlI;n wt & 44ida..3
Ic,.ntentatl .......... .............. 1g
Copper llnnyiP C'on. Co........... u,!6
lmi11t finite1 ("oppnr Mlnu . .......··I ...·ji
Frpnklin ...... .. I
:Cnrnnhy (`on . .................. ...... :;1!11
(1 re'~nt (in (i.! .·:
Iitrp c'Ip t .............
I,: ; lin y" tlle ( nppmi .............. I
ririnI Luk e ........................ P^'I
oie (ni'tplpe .....................
1 1,a Salle Copphr. ...... ... 1'.:
* hiii 1I. ...iIii ...............:
(b$ Cn(' . ................... I tir
;i'it7sl mni\ivi' trid ""'1'i'') .···1i~
itiu, ng nn.it .. .................. 10
N..rt6, & I o n u.... ................... '1/.
Uuw"..Iu ......................... 3
llultt. " .. ...... ............San on ... ................ . l)
Kupn vi . ....... ..o.l & Oi . . iP
;jl'luMtr or l'n t ining. ........ 1) 1/.
l t&i '( I T . Copper ...... . 1'
I'1i;ttII cnn'. ...................... .32
t'ntio starin e . .'.. & all.. ... Ii3
New York e 1inin' Btock,.
'.....('nn... .......................... 12
I h Cm i pn per t".. .. ......... 111'
- i n. Itiin . ..i... ............
W horn Elivr...................... I I
Ir. n Hil . ..... . .....................- ..'1.J
I.ruaIvii o tIi. .......... ........
lImcx'iocnn............. S .... ....
S o . . .......... ........ i t,
0(.p el.& 'n..................... 10
YIi lo .r ......................... 11)
Hlion S~iver......................... 0)
r Grain aed Previion
xitie n .. ..... t.-... dI.. O.I.. . n.. ;
Oj nl Tpar lu ...... .. .................. . (Im e th nnrrlron
lwfom'P thnt houlr, bu~linomo ~tad
* I dtlndii'd t ..... a. . . ..hl.ih .l. 1t00a .
It Ye inl .If ihm f ........ bii.hg .l . to .0.,000
rGulut n *nc the balann e P rqo v aisins
niwre ' h o hhfl6lpae rwadet h ieniemd
overcogim early weaknea. was the
strength of the Europen jnarlet ceiu.
ed hby tljl degrease In the ,visible up.
fply of Wheat. pltiulntlnnw of tipel
tember optlon Were beaten 11.000fF0
1.00% and Il,01% with .the elroe f~
shade to WAe up at $)lliil1r 1.11%4
SOfficial c'nfirmntlon of a senlsa
tional shortage In the hay erot p inde
holders of corn stubborn, tMeptý Joe
ranged from 62% to 6OS1. nod cint1id
steady at 63%,. a net gain of 4 to ýc,
Septemhbr otHs vatried from tI
.3%' to 37c, finlshing with 'IGF'he al
Vpitr (at 86%@1307%v.
Provialons closed standy. Pork hCi
down to 7le tup; lartd i shatlde lower
to 7Tih highetr and rih uinclihalngedl It
an alvnne' ~f r.211,
Money Market.
New York. Aug. !.--Money fon call,
easyi, .ti4l.2 per cent; rilling rate in1'
per cent; closing hid 1% per cent;
offered at 1% ti'r cept. Tirne lona
cierlor; I'or' dnys3 A d"3, '31 ea r oecit;
for lp days 3y%@4 per cent; nix
months .i4%,4 pe, r cent.
P'rltie .er'nntlle paper 53j to ai per
rent. Stcrling exchange st'andy with
actlal husinesm In bankers' liltl it
483.5i040,46,0 for 60 day hills aind tit
*45R.70 for demnud. C'omnercinl bill
4R3%014881i. t1Olr sltver 212%1,. Mexican
dollars 44c. Clovernmlnt halnds firm;
rallrond I.rlois sMl.(ady.
Boston Wool Market.
ioustonl, Aug. 0.--Manunlfactlurers ilre
,takinlg nample bags of nearly all kinds
of whol thlls wetk, bIut heyondl small
l:.hrchnses the majority of tllh mill:
are not operating. 'I'he market 1s in a
(lrm position arn lhrlces hold slteiady.
.finierl ;ask more thatn th' ttnuntlafnc
'trerc carte ito give and Ill weolols hllere
bring lten. that hlls been plhl for tlhe
nyv c'lllp In the wist. Qutotationls:
naollred hlsts. 'l'iexais fine, 12 moniths,'
týt5$tRc; fine six to Riglet miliIlS, 1. f
rS6(; fine fill 40 3n0,c; ('itiif9t1,
northllern, 136i15e; middlhe 'onItrIy, tP',0,
7n7!; southern, 4..I'17c: fall free, 420,
,'o. 1, 5t6ii4,;: territory, fine s.tple,
4062'e; fine medlum sitallc, 1t0!l000l
One 'lbthing, rS41l;0c'; fine medimlln
lllthing, ,.ftr7c; half blnodl, 6.5t5Re;
thng*e-olgn fh'i, &04.,7: onp-o riater, ,52.
,We; pullrd flhe. 4xtr, n ; 0 n07e: fine,
004A.N2c; A super's. 7667c,('
Chioa6iO L.iestook.
('hicgon. Aug. 9.-Cattlte--Receipts
estimated at 10,000; market 10t' lower;
heaves $4.75i8.40; 'Pelm steern $3.5.04
5.:5; Westerfp steers ($44.:;75; stoekers
an-d feed'ers $40l4.l5; ctu)ws and heifers,
$2.701")6.60; calves $86.0418.50.
IlogP-lltecclpts estimrated at 11.000:
market strong; ligh 8. is40i01; mixed
7,t~l(Ri8.113; heavy 87.453418.40; .romh
-7.413.7.70; good to chotle Iheavy $7.70
018.40: pigs $51.400I9.0(: bull oIf nlnles
7,8t0t8.23.
W.heei -rtecell)ln estimated at 25,.0,0;
. 1,.t weak ito 10' lower; ,notive $8.50
I: western $2.0014.40 yearling:s
$4.103i5.60; Illmli, native $4.50 17; west
erI' $4.50617.
Metal Markit.
New York. Aug. ,0.--littfndlard coppoer
firm, splot, $1.I2.17t.12.22%. london
firm, spot, £15 10; fultur!s £30 O$ 3id.
Arrivals of coppler reported todaiy 220
tidn, tuintotm Ilhousle i'etulrns .owe ex.
Iports of 1,174 tons, making 0,803 ton:
1n far this month. Laike (copper $12.5'i
013; eleotrolytrc 1123.50i 12.625:" and
casting .$12.2: 1,2,37!:.
iAt ~d dull, $1.40,Q4.0 SNew York.
Inndlon, spot. £12 )0,.
'Spelter' dull, $1i.3:413.40 New York.
London, sliot. 122 1.c.
Notic, to Property Owners to Con
struat Sidewalks. I
Notice Ito her'by given that the
council of the hlty or MloIasnuh, Moo
cA#na, ot i t neettng held on the th(l day or
't; y, 1910, ordered and directed that
cemeLn walks, eonrormings with the
pectfitaL1tionIo 1444' 4'hl) sldewalks, its
provltded Inl ordtinncell' No. 2114. he huilt
aril onsu'tiettc'd .1r' YollO 'W
A id1ewakt .7 fee't whi'e on the north
Nadid or1 North 'T'hirdstret, in front oi'
tutsw 11 to 20c, Inclllsl\' ', tloek . ,,. t'\"
isev'tn re& t soutto'ast of the' westerl'y
ste of t loiie &a1vno', und running
nurth crl ·'t'iy 4314 rflot to iI point seven
t't'4et nortlWt.It of the I4t4'4r'ly etide o1'
tlrrrin uvenulcF, block 7.'s, I't'lir,'e ilddcll
tMott.
.4 4idetI'v44'. 7. f .4tt %i~t. 041 thc' n(1rth
atlti of Nortth 't'hhud arci t. in 14on1 (It
kris 11. 1 2, 13, b. ock 7r. I',t'11s iii.
(litlon: hvgirnintg 01 i4 [1t ti,plt"iIto
the ile' tlc1ltd na lit..s 141 and441 14. anti
414p441444, 1444r1thw'I4t1'jI)' 47 fteit, to 4t
point 7 feint norCII I o I tIll' t I-t 44 11
44514 'Hio f 4 4i4I,4i av0 u" V.4444.' 74141 ,4
tt'Ii44wtlflt417 roe t wt"iel .n thle utitl,
si.It' of Norti '1 llr. c'.',l'. str frt, 11 n 1' i t
lots 11 to '( Int".uslvo, I s lor li 7 . Il'l "
tiii'sl Oilii Iaii i.4'4i44441444 . at i 10poin 7
1el ', i t.'.ist of tlln' 44.\'l'XIt'ly .4.de' o41'
4414' :1;f1 feetto 4 j'point. 7 ',et '1i.o;t'Ii
W(4'1 o1f til' t Ha14 1 .itt s.l '4! froorl
44vtt '4t4444., blocik I'etrI's'.141 it I n.
.A i diwatlk 7.ui f.'t hide on t14 no.rli
side il' North iThirtd t'r-l'4I, iII i'ront o1
,Itht' 44414 1441f of lt17, Ii. s IS14 4. 1:1 444ot
511, block 7114, tl''i 4'ldit 44444 1.ln0
i .t41t p'tlo4' 7 f..'t' et ,44t14'.4 of 11he'
west t'119' sidtlat' 444 44.'uf 4 ', ad1414444'
nlnt p norlhtý' P sltrlY 117 feel to it pn~nt
4)liwstt4et till' center lint'e it'lt 17, hal
.1;. 441414t's 141t1 ft'1 itt 44 44' 444
of 1side'waIt, , f4444t wi1. ol th7. n'Itih44
side of Norlih 44 Iht t4141 tele In it'r
ill' Iris 11, t': nd 1:1, lntk 71. 1' tlin'
HlutJit. UI beginning t it nrktlt apposite
11he. iii 44.411%4' dinglit 444t4 11 a444d
14. 444nd 44u44ning4 north4s111 l 444.1'417 4.41
In I 44 ilt' 7 feel' trea't ofti' i.' 4'444444'rl.
tlde14 444,l'.4'4141int 44444144', btltli 714. t'r.
A 'll .itt't & iit, 1tldilt i 4 4 4
A sidealk 7hot NIle n rho r'Ll
s411'' 44 Not'1 't'14111t 4414.41. st lnepit 14
.1' hi4s III d 4441 41, block'i 79t, tI'lil,'. 4441
souti4 ast1'44 41' 414e 44'.'441'4'' 44e 14' Ke4'
n4144 41v4n'441' 44nd. 'r4444144g 67 riot'
4444'1h44t'44o''i 1ots 14 1444l 1414,4btl4it4 711:4
A sidew'ilk I. foot 44414 44i4 4444 north
I ol' lot 111, b:o'Jt 714, 1419144$ 144141tt141
1444gn4414W 4ipotlPItt' 4t palm44 dtivii.ng'
lots. Il anti' 17 iand s'11nning4 4n1o'tttwCelt
Li $.8 (ct, 444e0414 ' 1699, to it poiont 7
4 4t.vut''144, 'Itbi'k, 75), Utl4'i144 ltdditio.I.
MU slidewinlk4 remaining6 unbulltt, at
th xirto f thirty dgtys fe'4n, d1a1te
Iof; the ('ti'4t pu~blicationl of thts ot401ice,
iwtii bil built by the c't1- of kfl46Ot5)oh4,
'114(444en $r40thr f 4s414(444$od 1a44 a
s4t4(44l_, usoqpaai3nt Of ttt*r' telfh~tt tun4 k
'pro'perty' In ' Lc141tt o''wtlth'scl'kt
'valkp tite builtt, In aiccorda~nne 1i.ltl,
said ordihnane No. 215.
F E .DUCK, City Engineer.
PQroessionsl D)Jpctory
-.oom 8. Dunt 1 dDon tiddnu
atice in tll courts. Pilo S - .
Developintelon;prntolg %eor sma
t 2ur. Ro11 t. Phone 795.
--r-l-
I erae(atenal e, stti t ik
oral lý • • ts t ; .: ( 1. b. Laid - _ _
;80 , ITY DIRECTORY,
Room 8,Thrsday of each mlon thu Oddng
Iellows'c In all annex.Courts. Pio
rps'l printing for ama
teu R. R. k. Phonler 92.
OCNV ITY CIY HIVRECTORY O.
W.ADIo.S N OTlI '1A1 A WORLD,
CAMeetv se1onOnd yrdet verry se&o'rds od
ouLach Thurday of each:30 p. month. In Odd
Fellows' hanexl annex.
J. f. ABBEYMA, L. C.
R. . I WILUAY,. Clerk.
UNIVERXIITY CITY HIVIV NO. 11,
LADIES 01'' TilEr MACCA [&II&-
119 Alder StTeot.
ech month aI t :3 PYTT. I.n l AUe
w na at nnEx h. at 8 '
M PT. MACItII li I(N) IC, . C..
KN'T(7ITS OF COlI+ IUs, Mid.
(iR.A COIIN(ll, NO. 1t311-Meets fr.
0d iellows' hall first and third
'f,`llirsday eveing ~each mn'oth.
W. .. 1 ihT,tWY, (Iane Knight.
JAS. M. . AVuIN. tAY . Ie.
" nRATt R N A 1 1TROTHIRLiOOD,
.I -COITI.A 1..-ee: NO. 279-WMeets
every first and third Walnesday of
each month at 1. ft 0. P. hall annex.
-MYRON I,. U cliiYtCIIIIJ, Prshl.ent
oR 1'fl' hiM. I'AIlilOVI, Tre s urer.
WMI4icTERN ITN CIIAP TNO.R NO. 11,
R. A. M. meats' first and third Pridays
of each month in Masunie Temple.
. If . PAYNEI H. P.
8. IH.i M'CALL., See.
,ISSOUL.A LODOI NO. 7, SCAN
DINAVIAN BROTIIE 1|OOD of
AMERICA, meets every sedond afad
fourth 'Tuesday evenlnk Lt 'Odd rtilf
lows' annex.
CHAS. A. MADE~EN, Pres.
A. 0. RI. ED, e6:
iIBBOUL.A AERIE NO. 82, F. 0. ,.
meets .first and third Tuesdays of
each month at 7:30 p. m., at Ehdles'
hall, West Main.
IT, I. .3AY3S,. W. Pres.
JAMES A. &AKEIR, ISee.
SMISSOUIA - LODGID NO
19, A. P. & At .-Meets fIrst
and 'th Ird '1t ui (ans Vegulai
meetings. R(º|.ii|T t!l,17? W. M.
AJ.J. HRAITICIT ICIN, sec
,(llllai£J, I,)IE NO. 4. ,NSN.)E
IINtMANN-hM'.ets in "I. files' hall
frlrt and third, Suntiaycr,'$tc.r month
at 8 o'clock p. mn.
ED) Ito011lftAMI,~'t. president.
F. \W. KUPIIAL, Secretary.
BARTENDERS' UNION, LOCAl. NO
--7-Mets second Ttuesday at 7 p. min
and fourth Tuesday at 2 p. m. of each
maunth' in Egles' hall.' '
OSMONDINIBT3LEYt President.
30 fN A. ~'RANCIS,' eeeit'ary.
MIRSOUJLA CAMP NO. 53go, ~FIt. W.
A.--tegular menetlng first and' 'third
Thursdays at It p. im. foresters' drill
s.ecolid aid fourth Thursdays, 8 p. mi
Masonic hall.. -..
A. BRSANCON, Consul.
HIENRY BIAKILY, Clerk.
126 West Front street.
UNI'lr) ARTIStANS--Meets evert,
flrst and third 'Tuesday at Odd i'.l
lows' huil ll anex at 8::10 p. m.
. J. WIGiH'I'MAN. M. A
S.. I.. DUJNIIlAM,-Sec.
it. P. 0. I., HItI.l, (IATIE ILODtOl
NIO, al--Meets every 'i'tLeslay evenilr
In Ma ltulll' teliiple.
JAM. M. It IOAIlES, 5. R
DAN J. IJItl A'littJN, Bre.
Mhlf1EI:N "f-i rOVI'HEII1TIOD Of,
AM ihII:An, llniverlsl.y C:ity uditgle No
I:II-'--Met-t.I i slldd I'ellohws' hall sec
ond l Itl rtll Tue.sday niilts 'of eAtm
llonLthl Lat 8 o cl0'k.
ArtMi-I':I') MA(C.,) 'Pre'm.
I:(,VAI0' IIIGIIIIANODItSI'" ICVIC .
-nl Lhihd ThuIrsdny, ifdhd+ li'e'llow,
Aninix thull.
(tt !Alt MAAl)'i X, 'I P
Ip' P. (I7JtN. 8re.
Notice for Publication,
I iiirn a ' I' lih a' h t ra~r. I'. ti. lant'
tit l'it t al M iss alit, A1411(('1· 14111111, Silly11 1
I K 11110.
IL(IbIgla, MI hlllrinna 11111. II tin Jr ltlll '
t()In )IlltIghL l (lrl'I i-'. i((1llie lli, Lii% lull4l)
iuht, ais . (lrn given~lI tht Wo lli up
Alt' haI 01, tilhoe i pli 1111 l' lit'l' t hld 'iillIs
%i, olptui Alti ll ,Lanl $ l0 ilt I if " nti
jItuIt ulv o, ill.t r l thl p111 1 t III Iltolt
slla I ho 24h ltI- Illt n h4,(1(iln il, 10 13:14 o,
.ltltLr n I 1 r lk inIt 1111 11 h l'lI' I 11 II t H llli
lilte ,h Lc L the1 USlliltl M i. All y h't )CIIfII'
Ix at tlibrty ti l r(telt (1111 PilI tu'n bet- j
Cr.t' slrd, ir litimate I (lhitieoltX lt Iunder
t ill plfre plttillt jilltll by hug ItL
ISik ant act ýtnondnnrylcyibtn U,
th ' Iiih r ud :U t Itt , a Ht
Notiog.
oluti will aughoth Ifixed tile (1pr1s4
t uln'lnol illat'irt Na. 12 at clinton,
Mollton, up to land iandeincilog Monday
Alugu t 1! n 190. Car 11) ttton tr'stli
11l 1100 oundA1 pb1ttd11 Ien Iu' tl$ Cr1ipe
the ardl thetlrm)#t,
or lit appy ctlmiwillM 'nstatalen
on than or4tth lyo biit 'ln r 1010
Thelo' hored rllx'nQll rth righrt' lore-n
Wt'In fit l IMI)B; (1MAyp
Jorr Inrytal Chfal l tiu.
1--9 to 6-31,
Prompt Delivery
(live us anr order for the delivery tf
a case. M.ny hbeers hiav many good
q(Iulltles, few shonrtcomrngs. (larden
C'ltY 1..r Is a flJe beer any way you
take it, us hunrireds of Its srtltsfed
u.tts will tell you. You ran order It
dellye.ed at your dnni. Mil1t and" tele
tphnce ord .rs recelve ipromut atttitllon.
GARDEN GITY
pBREWING (OK.
I'ilONIE :
' nl,(+rpenihnta 111 1,Hll 125
The Little Girl of Today
in the hIoulewal rI of the future. f'hrnt's
Why We t'(e Lt ' veol thle in illells'mt girl
with (ollxtnseratlon. She(' never gets
scolhed(l for bringing home phor meat ýf
she gets it ,at this market. We don't
keep poor tmelt t all, so we otuldn't
give It to her if we, wanlted to-whlch
wie don't. So send your little girl If
eoul cunn t ' ene yolurslr ..
Central Market
KOOPMANN s WISSBROD.
First National Bank
OF MISSOULA
Capital ..................... ... $200,000.00
Surplus aind Profits............ 275,000.00
County. RtL(a and Ulnted States
Depoilsitor.
3 PER CENT Interest paid on
!avings depnosts.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
P. R. Iu.nsk. P'resident.
Edlward ionnin, Vice President.
1'. A. Newlnn, Cushier.
0. (. 2,ngnlltdl, Assistant Cashier.
A. Ii. IlHaumnond, A. II. Wethey,
C. II. Mcl.cod, II, 1". . Samuels.,
Mlsseala Trust and
Savings Bank
Missoula, Montana.
CA PITAl I............................... 1 O O ,00
St II'tPIl.s AND tJlOT.'LT.. $50,000
Officers
J.. M . KI' TIT l .......................:.......President
I. T. IlM'C(UtI,I ,I;ll........ VI e-Preside, nt
A. It. JACO( l'............. ............Canshier
II. ('. (;II)l INr tt .............. Asst. t'u. hlir
Directors
J. M. Kitllh 'I'. I.. .(reenoutr h. J. It.
Dally. ll. I. MvC'tullighln l, I"', J. Kline.
A. It. J. 'bs, IK" n,'in t .t i ;Hs.
We Pay 3 Per Cent Per Annum On
$av;nus Deposits
WVESTERN MONIANA*
NATIONAL AMNK l
Miseoula, Moritana
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
CA PITA I, ..... ............... ...S.......: O o0,),
;Hi'lPI.I: li O ................... o0,000.00
(I. A \ i,1' .........................ilPr esIhldlnt
.IN, ' I.III il .. .....\'ict-i''sihletlll
I. II. . II .\N .......... ......... '. "s hir
Directors '
W tl, .l i C'. I .'itol o, 1. . I, 'I'. It.n',a
fA e4ia l BankihlE Business Trs:~ci
Olson80 JCluson
CONTRACTORS
HEBRON FIRE AND PRESSED
BRICK, WESTERN STATES AND
K. C. CEMENTS always on hand.
ntiulllsrw urni~shlled on Structural
1lon1 l ditecl, On)lc Birch, Walnnut
iindI h'hin igt:i| 1a ifteriqr, iinl1,.
I| inellrhi .'iro f .lridow' f(uxtener, .
Phone 628. Offi.e 127 W. Main St.
Missoula, Montana
Northwestern Abstract and
Title Insurance Company
;'nlllshe correct and coimplete ab.
str"uctis of titlo to all city .ind couhety
property. x:tlinates on abstracts fur
nlshed on application,
104 Main Street, Phone 147 Rpd
THE
floreuate State
is r ai' Joc tadt.i4 ».
corner adlt 'rPment hnd PRStbu& tietr
PMoPit #
The Bitter RoOt Valley
A PACIFIC SLOPE LAND .
FAMI,1 ,O Io Tt ' 1 't'P Ei4 111'IT' '1'
AND It'S.R l ,IAT, PRlt 'TS
The VaJ of Of pgrtni ty
A singiei 11 hi this Va! *PWi kiit v 4k '
prodee iq Irt; r'iiik of over $1,800 hii.,qi ill .
annual net prit firont an nere of litd 16 ai cti oii idn event.
Crops never fail, fruit piests are unhearlll of and fatal'.
dihLnsoes llmonig stock, hogs nidl lNnlty r.. n ru'nknoiwin.
IVireWar for irrilglting inlrposes in nacessihle tanid ine.r
haistible quantiflices.
The beautiful notonntain CPcnery, ain ahllundanice of pure
water, healthful nthantnin air, unrivanld climlatot good
mepns of transportation, conlvenience to mnitrklts, good
erlloolki dose proximity to state univiersity, alnd the lowest
cost of Jiing ill combini!e to umake this locality Ihe Iliost
ideal plre for a liouie in the groat nortlhwest.
Writei. for free illnustrateld bloth'I 1t.
itser Rool vaUe
rrration company
11AI I'.TrON, MONTANA.
W. J. POTTflI,1 Missoulla lepresentative, 128 figgins Ave..
WOOD
MILL WOOD.
Mill wood at $2.80 per cord, cutlto 16-inch lengtlis, de.
livered in carload lots, freight paid to Turah, .Clntqn,
East 1lissonila, Missoula, Fort Missoula, I)e Simet apd
( rass Valley. The amne at $3.0.0 per cord at.t ]lunil t,
1.olo aiid 'reichtiwn. G(iut in on this wood deal aptd
cnlt ,your fuel' exppunseto ia iiuhiimum cost.. 'J'isi is al.
nice, bright wood frol tlih season's ruia of logs.
, The b issoula yard ins lillin3 deliveries of this wood
at $3.75 pel cart load. Phone 1011i andl older a
LUMBER
Our mills have constantly on hand large stocks
of well-s isonedl lumbliir anJd laths. Our factory makes
.anyllthing neededl in SaIs, D)oors, Monldings' anlld In
terlor Finish. Retail yards alt Butte, Helena iand Mis
souln c!Lrry complete InesR of JInil ing .Matorial.
IEstianates furnishedl from plans. Write :for price
list.
Standard Size Apple. Boxes Kept in Stock
at the Missoula Yard
Big Blackfo6t Milling Co.
IBONNIlS. MON'0TANA.
Chaies H. Marh
EOMALMER, FUNERAL DIRECITR
Pr ompt nttention to all (lllk tany or ntght. Prilvor iimihlannet- in innn.
n'tion, Mo.. Altll a n, nta> . (n'ft itahn', S . :11n+ onev tihohi, 2'59
bltclc . '
Painting, Pperhang)ing
and Decorating
'litlia jtob of putty,
MlIoa hint 14111 'bI"I Iater.
Ilvit if It dý iii.
W NI ll it r iiiItit '1im dipLlini In prlve,
11114104110 'hr Wotli. (w r nd n -
W. H. CARD
PanweItl Bi k South Third St.
boil Phone 56 Black.
Scandinayian Ameci*en
State Bank
OF !MI!SSOU4A
A Ositeral Bagking USeiieso' ,Traits
acted,
,The Fact ,that t*,4~f
are trying to Ftnitate our ,ode is 1
aeknowlodgemqnt that ours is "THE
BEST."
Garden; City Rt**tw
M. L Gulden
STATE T4XIOERMb1'#TNO
~URRIER,
Won MAodal aC St. Lotsie
136 Bait Marlh te qt.
0. ,.. Pe, J o OR B
but S66 I~r Phavo 16T.. al
Pabst Blue PRitBi Beer'
CRRSTA BL ANGA tWINEs
8SLOMON'S SELECT WHSKY
Solo~gmia's F 3t, t&r$ o're
OIsTRIBUTEfIS.
I'luyrlrr: ýIleI as pluck; 11,16 ·c04.
Mulll nrik rs< Ki~rn Fnrc'ful o'lll en
I. ii k 'IIi tI prtity PIU kkos e
Ravalli
gRoll- Qats.
' Jill twY. ptund I( nc(knfgos
ALWAYS FRESH
HAMILTON FLOURR 'MILIk PP.
HAMILTON, MONTANA
Peer or All Mac~bjs
THIE 19W .MODEL
S. M. P. «g0"
MOýL4ENST!INýR £ NELSQ$1, Apt.
N~loh_.Oanin0llOp. West $I.
,., . ORCHARp D HOMEIS.
Ppnae 4'$ 1 or 4 ..4

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