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BITTER ROOT NEWS
liUB INrrpORATESI AT M ORGANIZATION TO PROMOTE BEST INTERESTS OF VAL LEY TOWN FORMED. Hamilton. May 27.---(lpedal.)-Ar ttules of incorpiration for the (rltd. iron t lub of Darby were filed ysntºer aty with Clerk and Recorder A. J. Mork. The club Is incorporated for it period of 20 years with its principal place of business at Darby. The board of dirtctors are Walter lintuseh|, Frank Tinbunch, (eorgo II. Waldu, Sever Thomipson and F. !). Dudiy. The club Is organiled for the plor pose of prollloting soclablilly olllng Its mtnmbers and to further the bhst laterests of Darby and vicinity. Tih. club was organised some tmllne 1ni, the articles being dated Marcl 7, 11,11. For some tlnle It hra Iulns\ercld the purpose of a chambellr of com('( erceP in Darby, and has worked il conijunc:e lion with the ihIniltaII 4chambler of Comnnmrce, taking chlrge of meetingsI of a pubtli nature heIld at that place-. Several of the club Iileml.orr are alsm aIffllaled with the local urganlzltiutl. INTERCITY LUNCHEON DRAWS WELL OET-TOGETHER" EVENT AT HAMILTON WILL SE ATTEND ED SY MANY 0OSTERS. Waicnlton, May 27.-(Nipc.itl.)--Thle third Intercity Itlunheoni of the Mis-* soUkl, Stevennville and Itamlltonl Chamber of Commerce to be held at the Hantmton hotel Memoriallla d.lay promises to be a large affair. The f reservation for seaits by local Ioonmtrsl' Is growing at a nllrprihsing r"te alndf within the next two days reervatlellsi fron out-of-town Igtests are expecteld. Reservation for plates are being ilmade with thp follownlllg p-eople anld orguni sations: J. 8. Hopkins at Corvuallai State bank, Missoula C'hantbcr of ('cll lneroe. Darbv Htate bank, Stevenicllhe Chamtber of Commerce. Houthl IIbmll ton, Josep i Aippolunio at Victor andtl the local chamber of comlnteree. All reservations must be made by 10 o'clock Tuesday morning. - The exlpected trip to Jeer .lclge byI1 the local ball teams hvlng ihon can celled, Manager OdeC anid Presalent Owens of the hocal chamttber of coti 'erce have requested 'Manager IIIm Inond to sec-tire a buseba)ll L gunsi for Tuesday afternoon. Whether a g.imci can be arranged by Hatlnconld, r.- nainsl to be seen. The Fort Mislsoula teal ru ma be offered the date. CHAPTER ENTERTAINED. Hamiltoln, Muy Y7.-(Opctlchlt.)-=-The fitter Itoot Chapter of the Amelrican WomanM' league was. entertalned this afternon at the Rtavalll hottl by Mrs. J. O. Resad. Afttar an enthusaastlt mleeting refreshnments were served by the hostess. . r" PONEER RESIDENT ANSWERS FINAL CALL Steveneville. May 7 .-(Hpeehal.)- Willlam R. Gavin. for the past 12 years a resident of AMontana and the Bitter Root valley, died at his home north of Victor at an early hour yef terday at the age of 84 years. three months and 14 days. The funeral n.il te held tomorrow afternoon from the home and the remains will be laid to rest in the Victor cemetery. Mr. Gavin wan a native of Ilhtler county, Ohio, born Flebruary II, 18'7. and was married In ElJizabh.el. Ken tucky, April 1N, 1850. In 1883 the fasm ily cllole to the Bitter Rout valley. Mr. Gavin I uurvived by his agedl wife and seven chIldren, three nAuIs and four dauglhters. HERSHEY IN TOWN. HamIllton, May 27.--(Hpecll., ---At torney E.lmer. E. Hershey of Missoula was a visitor i1n this city today, where he attended to legat nmatters. HOW IS YOUR LIVER? ARE YOU TROUBLED WITH SICK HEADACHE BILIOUSNESS CRAMPS INDIGESTION DYSPEPSIA MALARIA TRY HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS For 58 years it has given satisfaction' in >#ch cases and you'll d it just the medicine you used. NEWSPAPER EDITORS ON BALL BOARD HAMILTON ASSOCIATION HOLDS MEETING AND MAKES PLANS FOR FUTURE. Ilhi0altton, Mniy 27.- (-(Slailil. At i II'tle.ing of the' atiokhlideri In hi ie ||.Itlon111 I ktnehtll unsu lation, tnd liist eti'viinig lit tilhe. Itanllton (IIuibItri'i of C'llllllnnere', Wt'. (U. 'ink, ('. H. Ktn dull, P. J. 4hiunnon, Miles Itillmny and J. i'. c'onkry weare Iele ite'd Ila the: biard'l of (diriectorn fir the't coliig y-our. Itii n14 andl ('.nktey', e.'l tut- , of |lital I;i - pris, aro new lel'allbera of the aiird,, .lh'lltet" 1 M. A. W hilt, allot W . H. Itob-' erts. At ftu i.e HIIIgames iIn anlllii l dles will tI n iiinillttid to the gratiildaltalil friee of charge. The iiatter oif regu liiiatiItg the croiiwds ai the gainiie 1a tllroughilv dilntnned list (venIiltiu, it teing c ib'Ided to emptl-y it sin'c'lul .of ficer to uttitad to tdeItails dliuing thi. g n.,lhlll h ntllll 1W , it tl ll yioniII Is t li'tII ."t einiiiae lttitii intlnoii tien e iii- I -l . y alrising. L IIt . 14Sllmthe'y Wais spllokien of for t he ob. f(Ieorge Itne.vesiN, one of the ila.jiager.' oft the l"lllny thea.ter, wslu p)resent at the lmnetlng an.nd of ftred his playhouse ti tthe aroultltion for next Thursday evening. N1Mr. Reeves statem that he has securedi an rc.hestra ald it qunrtette for the et'enllO and thati anl extra reel waoumll he uhadded to the show. l)uring the evening'lI thle hIouse will bfl tlakenFi In chliargii by the bhtll teuin. Preisident Flik tuppintetl Jalint Torreinct, I)r. Prlt ltl.uchen, I)r. M. J. ('Ranerly, J. IE. 'i'oitllun and Dell Meeker Ira ei 'aiin Inltti toiI tlak( cthltrge of .ll iirrnllgel Illmitli a ndl to look after the ll a of thinhts. 'T tinh linslog tienderei . MI r. Iteive a ilivote of thalinks for his tloya cityl t ti the all ttii. A itei iof thlianks wa-s anlt ti'tnderd Mi~s .'alure Shannoin and t. It. Hop tipr. ase we.' lli It the entre nat. , fur their fine i ovirk lii thle "cI'hlnls uof N.rirlaiintly." An a result of the show# thi.e hianaittlilin treauury Ih rliher by I iinearly $500. A cointnltt te' rcotlsla!ted rof J. IC. Tlotnatinu, Dell Meeker iiand WIIi Birush was 1 ppointed to co'plet. thil. caiillusL for stock in t tilh.t aealitatlliii Millllluger lliinlntnand twna Inlllrue-te.l to .tonur a it godt laitsehittl attracttion for July 4. If thi liilIlner illregatliion akIlllni glood showinilg lhere tloliionraruw It Is la epteld Ihiat It will Ii' givetn it chnniato to tiny hlre thIn. FUNERAL IS HELD! AT VICTOR MR8. A. V. VERT IS LAID AT REST IN BITTER ROOT VALLEY CEMETERY. "Htevenn ville, Miluy 27.-(lpe.''lal.) The funeral of Mrs. A . V, Vrt of Victor wua held at 10:30 this morning from the Methodlst church at Iteven. 'llhv. 'The Rlebekah lodIg', of whic .mrs. Vert was presiding officer at the I tInme of her dellth, attended i it Idtly. Rev. I' . C('unIningham Ipreatched the lfuneral erimllOn. ,Mrs. Vert iiasn bornl In Pfolk county, Il.'nt, lebruary 26, 1856, and splreIt the greater portion of hir lifo there. Site was married In the east and calle to Montana 111 years ago, In the sprlng of 1I95. The family lived at Carltto for a time, and later camte to Htevens villh. Flroml here they went to Victor, where they located on a ranch, about two miles north of that place. Mr. V'ert died at Victor shout nine years ago, and the remains of dMrs. Vert will be laid to rest ihoslde those of lher llbhalld In the Victor cemltery. Mrs. Vert IS survived by eight chil dlrt, six gralnlchildrenl, four brothters and one sister. The children are charles Vert, who it In I nlt Fril'ltncitm; Ira V'ert, Mrs. ItHree .Il'lyn, Mrs. Olive Hii ig'rt, Perry Vert, Elpter Vert, E.I nettt andl Neivin %'Vert, whIt ireside at Victor. The brotheri are T1'. A. N - 'laini of Hutiltion, J. I'. Mt'a('ln andi llllre y .Mlihtllll it I 'iarlitn, alld John ('lclain iof (rimes, ltwit. Mrs. Mary Manntlling, the sut'vivi' sisiter, resides in Illlgg, Californla. FATHER IS INJURED. Stevensville. May 27. -(Npet'Ial. - Mislt Maude DIlvin, it waitrets at IIhotel Steventville, Ion Wtlednesdayl evening leceived ta mealtieg tihait helir faither, ait miner at lted Itidge, hal ieen inljuredi in the shuft of one of the minesl tlere wh111e cotming lllp the shaft it the ctlon. of work for thei tiy, itand thalt he was Iprohbly fttallly injiured. Sihe tlft tithe followinig Itmorninig for ilted l.dc,ll JONES RETURNS. lt nilntllt , JMay 2ir -(sp" fui.tC ,- 1H. 1'. .Jn111'i ireltur 'tl thi illstn tiithi firlon 'T'hmlpsoln , it here he afl'lt'lltted as st1 - nlgiut lir t h l tl t tterm it of tiiti hlivid thrte. tIll stated this t ntlt hing that thu'l lth, Mtyd i7-t'hliclg in l. lli thie atrne r court was shllaitI t o inie, nd urthl, Jul'lllrl Iit 1 ul ti k leet t1111 thel l l itotul r~lgaley At I-.lletli aitnlah - wlonit return to l Iiltrkon thetll first of next withk. . Jlul t tt 0 Itolthis aKfter-i ound fNeir t ukhis hrite ('11 11 I tiliit. MISSOURI WINS, D J Maitne May 27.---l'chlJp g tit alll but three ,vents, ssou th unlllliversity' this afternoxpedon lromped h e with theo fourth annual fDee ld and trck meet ofib the Mituouri Valley Athletl.e anttit tion held at the Drake tLadiunm, win. iug with a tutal uf 40 points. Kansas university wits second, with 31 puints, and :Nebrnaka third, with 28 pnllts. Every rnember of the Japanese ant arctic expedition which started pole ward in December took a aolemn oath to stick to the lendor until the oliuth Vold 1L rlerrbled. ODEA'S MESSAGE A mnetnber froml the lower end lof tile valley camie Into thle C'hlamber of Commtneree this mlorningl. lie Is an orchardlst and owns a large alld Important tract. lie Il an en tllulastlio booster, ntld beingt an easterner of the flr cant, devies Into many of tli( tonples of eomnmu lilly Improvement which we of a younger coulItry ofiet1 overlook. lie said: "This talk about good roand in all right. I belleve In gnoo ronds. I know the necessity of hav ing them here In this iountry. I nll Iooking forwnrd to the day whenI we have roads of the New It ngland standard. riot (and, this Is a very importilut 'but') It seems to Ine that with good roads we (are liable to have that na1ne pest which JR now ao llmportanlt I the pcrt - ugly sign hoards, biordering fIIn Ihighwys, sllhutting off views, mar. ring the senery. As yoru know, the road either from nlew York to nIMo ton olr New Yoirk to Philadelphia is anbsolutely ruined by the lirge inumbeir of hide lous siglrn boards. Many orlganizations which have lore vulllsl.y lnt mllluch lime In boortilng gonod ronds, are ,now dilretcting anil equal iamounlt of enrgy to destroy tIhe hillib iard. lood roulls laitn 1t Illgni have bo)n turned into e).ip - Itful rioads .nnHIIpIlgu.s. Antli-lll boardrs rncietie hiave breen folrllled. Thell erlIandl I on. "It seemsl to lie that chit here where we irfe juIst starting that we r llluhl regulate this practice from the beginning. anl save olrselvesn the trotuble that will surely come. Down our way we havle been par ticularly annoyed lately with un Sightly signs, and we are fearing that they will splread aill over the 1I valley, until our delightful 1high waylsy are more alleyn of flaming signs. ri"What uall we do to regulhto tll.s Ir'actliee?' MORE LAND OPENED IN SHOSHONE THIRO UNIT OF GREAT IRRIGA TION PROJECT IN WYOMING SOON AVAILABLE. tin JuIne 23, at noon, the third unit of thel Hhimhnlilit Iroiject in Wyoming will be opened to settlers. This unit which is -adjAcent to the townl of Itallttitl, ('nlttihlnR tate of the choicest land on tile project. The succlssful entryinten will seIure falrlms in a country which in ailrelady octelpllled by proslperous furilers with the adltiuntllage of good roadls, ralll roads, telephonles, rural dellvery. :chools andl churches. No real pl, neeriti Is requliretd to establish a home ilhere. Witer is ilow ready for the i llifi. The lhoshlne project lies in ii re gion of great scenllt. beauty, with a delightful anlld healthfuil cllinate and a fertile soil. The rieclatllion service at Wlhintllgton has prepared a )ooklet fully describnlll this sectionll and giv ilng dletalled Informationll as to ImeIth ods of acqulrinig these flrlls. FEED YOU MONEY. Food Your Brain, and It Will Feed You Money and Fame. "Ever since boyhood I have beenll esiltpeially fond of meats,. and I am convInced I ate too rapidly. and failed to mastlcate my food prolierly. "The result was that I found myself, a few years ago, affllicted with all ments of thle stomtch, and kidneys.. which Interfered seriously with my business. "At last I look the advlce of frien.ds and began to oat Grape-Nuts Instead of the heavy meats, etc.. that had constituted miy former diet. "I found that I wan at once belte fited by the cha.ge, that I tlas slool relieved fronl tihe heartlburn and ndll gestion that used to follow my imeul.. that the pialins In mly back from ally kidney affectllon hall ceased. "My nervel, which used to be un steady, and my brain, which was slow land lethargic ftr.i a heavy diet of meitsi and greasy foods, hald., not in II imoientll, but gradually, and ntone thel les surely, been restuored to normal efficiency. "Now every Ilerve' isn teady unit toy brain aind thlikling faculties ire quicker and more acute than for years past. "After my old style breakfasts I usedl to suffer during the forenoonl from a feeling of -weakaness which hit dered mle seriously in my work, but wince I beganl to use (Irape-Nuts food I can work till dinner Uile wvitlh ll lnue anlld ctmi fort." Name 'given by I'stm itlll '., Hattle ('reek. Micth. Ileird the IIttle bhook,. "The Road to W%'eilvllil'." in pikgs. "Tihere'ts t reason." Ever r'ead the abllove letter? A IniMv oine lppears fronl iune to time. They iare' genui,l true anud full of humanli interest. Shoo Induoements of Worth. As it lspe'cial inducementt to monole thoiiroughly intrioduce its compllete lile itof men's and won'en'sl Onlyx ho-l ilery, the shoe firm of Mapes & Milapl' hils lilt upon a very lo'tlveplilan. Mon dtly, May 29, between it. Ill. iandl 12 o,'tlotck ilnonol, they will give labsolutely free tio every maitn aind womilatn wvho purc.lases a iair of $5.00 pullmps or ox'lilrds, one pull- of $1.2i't milk stock ilns or iten's silk half hoIse, utiy color I very pulli Is the famous ii "Onyx' branud, which In itself Is Its beI. re.ommendlation. rThis prol'lgr'essive fihLrm i i liberal user of print'er's' htilt which it fct.Is has beenl a great heltp 111 increasing its presenlt retail busiest by 20 per cellt in males over alld itboLt its first year lp tbusines.s. With ll increised stock linid i greater atitouiil of styles, ai countinuouis increase it piredicted. Mapes & Matps itasieri that the new styles tnd lasts cri'eat'.i for the coming fall business will hi greater Ii scople than any iprevioult season. This firm also makes a spie. tlalttY of taking xllliper' orders it mtati'ch 5o' , _. Do This Store Your will be closed Shopping all day Tues Monday. day, in ob Store servance of Closed Decoration Tuesday GOLDEN RULE STORE. Missoula's Popular Trading Center day. Men, Visit Our Mighty Clothing Clearance And Get Your Share of These Wonderful Values A trifling sale event of trifling reductions would not be worth your or our time. We have made this Clothing Clearance your time, your attention, consideration, attendance, for reductions aren't trifling, but big, deep, radical. It is the grandest, most comprehensive, under priced distribution of high-class merchandise this locality ever knew. Represented in this gigantic clearance sale are such well-known makes as Kuppenheimer, Fechheimer, Fisher & Co.,, Kuh, Nathan & Fisher's "Sincerity Brand," Rosenthal's "Rochester Special" and the "Frankel System"-all high-class, man-tailored suits. 1 We wish to oall your special attention to Blue 8arges for DECORATION DAY OB3 SBERVANCES, and to the Black Borges for Commencement Day exercises. You are not limited to a few, but hundreds to ohoose from. rI SLOT NO. 1 Consists of young men's and large men's suits, mostly in sizes 34, ..1 35, 36 and 40, 42 and 44; there are some of the intervening sizes, but not many; those who come first will be the fortunate ones. These suits are all $12.50, $15.00, $17.50 and $18.75 values; in the lot are blues, blacks and colors; choice of this lot ...........................$9.95 LOT NO. 2 Consists of a full range of sizes for young men, old men, small men and large men, in a diversity of weaves and colorings to suit the va rious tastes; not a suit in this lot worth less than $20.00 and many of them have been selling at $22.50, $25.00 and $27.50; choice of this lot .......................................... ................. $14.95 LOT NO.3 Consists of suits of all kinds and sizes, made of the very best fabrics S and tailored and finished in the most approved styles; in this lot are suits that have been selling at $30.00, $32.50, $35.00 and a few at $40.00 and $45.00. Your choice while they last .........................$17.95 This sale should, and we believe it will, appeal to every man in and Saround Missoula that wears clothes. It is unquestionably the big gest value-giving sale that Missoula has had in years. You will con sult your best interests by attending this sale. You Cannot Beat These for Low Values Anywhere in the City Men's Soft or Stiff Hats in blacks, browns and various colors, in all shapes and sizes; $2.50, $3.00 and $3 50 values $1.65values .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $1.65 Men's Pants in grays, tans, browns and dark mixtures; the kind that look good and wear well; in a great range of colors; $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 values .................. ................................::....... ......................................................$ 1................. $ 1 6 5 Boys' Blue Denim Overalls, made with bibs, patch pockets and riveted buttons; size 8 to 15 years; 50c values, each values, each ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 33values, each Men's Cotton Ribbed Underwear, in blue and salmon colors; regular 50c garments; special each..................350 Men's Caps, in a big lot of kinds and colors to select from; values to 75c, for .......................................................25# Men's Black and Tan Seamless Socks, the kind you usually pay 15c for; special, three pairs for .................25# GLOVE TOURNAMENT PICKS "HOPE" JACK JOHNSON WATCHES TOMI O'ROURKE'S CONTEST FOR UNKNOWN FIGHTERS. . New York. May 27. - English, Antrltlli altal (ad (lnadian amuteur box eor n me tonight at the National Sport ing club iIn the Itlitrnatinltl boxing interrulptted by the pol'tti at Madisonil Sqluare garden liast week. Then fifth bout wlte for the 11-polundl class be tween Tnoliimy teganli, the national champinl)lon frolll Bolastonll, and W. WV. Allen, the llritish chamlpinll. Raferee Haley gave the dec'lain to Regan. In the nliddleaeight class, Alfred at.unders of ('anadla met Williaml Beckman of New York. the nmetropoli tatn champion. Behk tian klnocked Maunders down iI the frirst and isecondli rotunds. Saunttders uit and Beckmnan was declaired the winlter. Albert Spence of' Illatln hbeat T'otl Mlt'ivernl of New York in the light weight clates. Railph l rskiill, the 17-yoar-old schoiolbloy frollt it lia. .o, cotttland, ut classed Alfred ltRuff, ti, t a'naditttt ai cliatiplin, in the 'three rtounds of the I2' -pound tlastta. In the secontd bhunlt of the iiddle weiglt clas, It. I'. Warn'ies hasltedl N.a poleon u loutintliler, the aiplion frolut 'anada. Frank Parks. five tines heaivyweight hamulpion oltf ilnglall nd, was beaten by W. lhenglher of thias t ity, the ieteoi pllitan citiiltpinli, in this class. i'lllianm l ,ekattnt, winner ia ' the flist bout in t li' niddtletteight clans, chill leingeld it. t'. Warutst fr a t final bout, but lthe Engllshtita i, rfusedl to g, on. Thie bout went i)by tdefault to Ieck DIXON NOTES DixoIn, lu" '7.-topeNel.)-'l`lton Hluggersl andi Roy Hart olf I)io wtnrt to Arleh 'Tuesdlay a tVnina otin lbusieiil . alris. Jiohn Sharp arriveid ill ltxon tlondatv nliht frot Spiiokane and tent ti tol her hoiie in .ioieste valley 'iTes. day. i' 1'. lhalw ti' oitralton,. Pa., \l hit slil b.ee vLsihing hi blIrotmr-il-lw, Dlan t'rowtlhy if Ilxon, left for I3utte l'rlidiy teve.iig 0on actounit of the IIl itelws of his wife. CIharle's ". DlIckmanll of Mliese vial ley was in Dixt n Friday en ruoto for lissoula to spend a few days. Jerry Shea was lin Dixon lridlay from, his claim lit Molese valley and left that eveninlg for ai visit to his plarenits at Ltevensville. l'. lliwiitnl of Plains slent Mltinday iII lion on lios llnesi. l'hio ..Molest. anhliall teoaii lihas it gulllie scheduled with the Ht. Ignatius teon for next Sunday afternoon at the ihllssioll anid for Juiie 4 with the Dixon Thllntasa nlowler returnedi to Nlxioli 'rilday fron lli fe. days spent In Minl soila. Mr. und Mr's. Marv Ilttlndy are thlle proudtl pilrent of iln elght-pounld Io;, biorn Fridaty morning ait their home, 1. muiles north of Dixon in Molese valley. Lee litcl'her of Molese valley wtin(l Dixon Irliday and left on Saturday for JStevetvit llle. Frank Rose and W. W. I)unlap rei turned to Dixon Friday from a trip over the resiervatlon. ctarles MeMenlli of Missoula was in DIlxon a few days this week visit Ing reI' altives. Ih'litires Austin of Kallspell was in Iixon at few tiay this week. tls Malide d t umhrllllirey of Molle visited Miss Nautlu i 'iirti of )lixon Irol Frhiny till Sunday. COMPLAINT SWORN OUT BY VETERINARY WARD 'eterinary l urtgeon J. H. Ward and J. (l. i)lnwiddle, who lis tanped on the hanks ofI the Missoula river in ai tent, lltlt a I1\vely go yesterday. Diniwiddle hald ia sick )rse and Dr. Ward was talled. inwlll\viddle elalma that he gave Wardtl 5 tunder the conllition that the hiarae he t'infed. D)inwiddle said that ilth horset failed to respond to the doe tor's treatnllet undI, when he denmald td at refuntl , the doctor offerel hmlnl 10. Diinwlidle claiml that when he de aundedtl the mioney the doctor got uniilr)y and said hlla horses had the pip o---.or something like that--anid tried to itve t-Ihetl tondemlledi. Dr. Ward sir'tie tout a tnmplaint against Din whitldlt and atl heari'ling will be held till Monldlay, onl a charge of disorderly conduct. Yeast clkes left lying around where rats and nmie can eat them will rid a house of the rodents. RECOVERY OF RENTI IS SOUGHT KALISPELL BRINGS SUIT TO CAN CEL PAYING FOR TWO WA TER HYDRANTS. Kalispell. May i7.-($peclltl)-Anac lion which may uecome i historical event of the city has been started in the district court wherein the city of Kalispell seeks to recover hydrant rentals paid for the maintenatnce of two fire hydrants In the yards of the Kuliapell Lumber company since 1905. The action is probably a direct result of the failure of the water franchise proposition of the Northern Idaho &. Montana Power company to pass muster at the city election, for which President HI. G. Miller of the lumber; company was blamed by Mayor Whipps and some of the councilmen who favored the franchise. Follow ing the disastrous election a resolution was peremptorily adopted rescinding the 1905 resolution and the company requelted to reimburse the city for the hydrant rental. The complaint filed by city Attorney Smnith declares, the former resolution providing for the payment of the rental by the city was illegal andt unwarranted, and asks the recovery of the rent with interest. 8TJLL AT IT. Viterbo, Italy. May i7.-Cavalicr 10ialo, vice prefect of the Ntaples po0 lie', took the stand again today whent the sittilngs of the ('atorra trial were resumed. The v\ice prefect testified chiefly concerning the finding of thel bo'dy of Cenarrl'o C.uccolo's wife why! waas murdered, it is alleged by the prosecution, by mlellmbers of thle (Ca* Scotch shipbuilders are buildingllll a 7,000-ton freight steamer that will be propelled by.engines using the cheap eat grades of oil. NOTICE TO BARBERS Sanitary Shaving Papers Are to He bttulned From R. C. Leahy. THE PANTORIUM. Cor. Main and ltcvens. Palmer Advertising Bervkce Monday's Specials In Monday's Paper Coming Up! Within a Few Days, a Car of AUTOPIANOS Uncle Ham would not have in stalled them In all his battleships it they were not all right. Sold for from t$00 to $100 less than those handled by "Iliding Scale" houses. Every instrument fully gularan teed, Orvis Music House THE ONLY "ONE PRICE" MUSIC HOUSE IN THE WEST 20 PABBENGERS-I HORSES TALLY.HO ACROSS THE RESER VAT4ON-DAILY SCHEDULE I.oea"es Ravalll, 6 a. m.; leaves Pol suon, 12 noon. Arrives Poison, 11 i. m.; arrives Ravalli, 4:45 p. m., Via Ronan and Mission. Come on No. 5 to make -..lneoatlon with Kalispell steainrs. Conneotlan with No. 42 for all pnints east. T. L.. SATIMAN, avaliU, MeaL .