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I ; a... .1* SOPPS DEPART TOR A MANAGER JOYCE ANNOUNCES SOME CHANGES IN HIS TEAM T4llS WEEK. A LOCALS Garber Is Traded, Wagner is Released Leht Resigne and Cummings is Re indiated Upon ''His Promit to Be have Himself. THIS WEEK. Missoula at Helena. Salt Lake at Oreat Falls. Boise at Butte. SClub-- Won. Lost. Pet. Salt Lake ............... 31 12 7321 Great Palls .........2.... 1, 634 Butte .,.............. ... 21, 10 6il0 ot . . . ...... 21 400 lea ...............14 33:1 Mi ua ...........................13 30 302 This morninl the Scrapplers will leave for Helena, where they will play a series with the Senators. They will return next Monday for two con aecutlves weeks o. play on the home Sgrounds. Bolse and (ireat Fills will appept' here in the two series at home. It will be thy initial uppetirtnce of the Skyscrapers and the Irrigators on the diamond at Joyce park. There will bI good isport if lndlcathlnits are rcorret. The Helena sport writers may that the Welss Guys will make inlncenlat of the lraplpers in this week's series at the capital and are ailreadly fglur Illlg m a bi boost for the Helena aver age. Merappy Joyce, however, ihelIt it different opinion last tlight. HII sultl the Scrappers will htold their own on their vislt In Helena, ait the Ileast. Ills tenm Is lbettler l)t tahtln(ed than it hilas been and there 1 i Ia ltter spilrit immiong the men. If he titn get his iiaehline to working, lie will hllve not iluch trout -. lhi In gettling his slhlr of the Ili.lenni gumes. The Scrappers halve lst lnrhe-r. Joyce hils traded him, to tallt Nilke for JitehH anild thinks he hits a ,.good hllitt the better of t11t hnrgainl. Themr Is no doubt that (ISirber anl litch Itf lie wa'lts to. That is what Iha. nrllmade himin unpopular with !Milssnnlit funs. it. didn't want to piItch liere. Perhlaps lie will pllltch for tilt Lake; If lh ioes the change was good for (two temnis. Jacha. wihomn .,ioyce hiasi secul'red In exchange. Is wiIll Iltietd Ihere. He Iltclhled for 4tilt ihke from the. begin ning of tie ilason anld h rnlmad an exeellent sooing. HIe ala. tinxioulls ito olime to the Hcripllpers rlr ,personilll riasons allnd Jo,('i wlas glad lit gel him. Minsnitt fall s belielve thie Ilt-tii team hlas beenti lllerd b'l tile caIngII'. Juchs remlllntled hire wheln Salt I.ake left iand will go iitli the Srtll'ppers to Jthlena thlis miorning. (tirher left last Iiglht for (Orat tills to loln tils newi tein. W.Vgner wias Planel yesterdilay ll Manager Joy.,ei. Ills servlices tatll Iit lbeetn satisfactcory and he will proi i.llly return to i'leveihlilnd. Pitcher I'illnmings Is to he given an olthier try. He has irlo iset titI be geei aind to get into the a.ltlle. If lie does that, he will ilndouiibtedly lie re talinedil fir the setsoi, sll hiie has the abililty, f lIe will talke en i't of himself ind til Ilt out the ribough stuIff. I Ite ins promised that hec t ill ,o tllhis. h, was reinstatetd conditionally. l'll ' finei imllpoa l ulitOn hitin for his tiarua wivrk last weiek retain.mlls n iforce ( u tll it h gets guy again thenre is lkely to, ib some imnor piled ,i tpl iif' It. J,, .ve takes hiit to Hlehnn thll mnornling t, give him ainoilher xlihoi, ihe In lctky to glet it. When the Scrlaptlers geit batrk hurlnll, there will be (one or two new mniil ini the outfield, as Mr. Joyee hus soliolm giutl material In vliew. With thles changens, lie xct t he blexpects to e able t g a team that will shoiw some teamworlk and a sense of what Is du(e a city %hlch turns out thie te-t ,riwdls'lt ii 11 Union asrsoclatlon. Mlssoula In wllllltg to play the glame but she alite it run for her Money 'tnd there ha. been too ttuch" crwre Wtrk on the' lart of a few of tc pieo qp the teoan. There are some fine elahtls in the Scripliers ut . they suffli! In veputatlon every tm.uthe loUtaitsoko ait thelr tanks IL· t... PiP trffde'Mdoire w gr. Hlih ballr £p+t, Idi" to the Berappers is Ii J9 Js, made an excellent Im tll~fC1*,: R repig9g4 last tlght. SiYlPn lay hlmself to The tpi. ll a tllhat he his opqpling in view for -.pswstau E dUt n ri 0 as9.ptafJ* .a4. lt43k So J9 AIRSHIP "MISSOULA" IS HERE AND: WILL BE FLYING SOON THE M'CLELLAN AIRiBHI( In thle We'llin-lFargal expreons otfi,,a there In a t'llrtin mllal, biplllnlne whll will lie taken ailt tdlliy by I1. (', Mly Clellan,' Its liowner, who will at i1.tie stnrt iettig tlip the lurittlp, which is Ilnll Itl "llNMnnta." IMr. M' fMcClellllan, who In well Iiuown hlera', hlat liini in the uant all winltelr, alrrnlllging tilh eoln utruc-tlon of thil nhlll, altad h.i. olr ganfiaad tlhe .McClelltlaln Avliatlion oia illnly, h. lllh t il1 enter tlat flilId or thl' air. "The lship Is copy I of a ('llrtl.n Iairtne," a.ad Mr. Mct'lhlnn to a ,\is ioullthn replortedl Ilast lnighl, "al(1d We have tett'tld It thrughly In the .aist. ' Ign\'ave one tsucceslt'ul eixhlblthum witth it In flTkhart. lId., tind thenl had .i a rieek which pIut the Illlln.llle oult i.f tiUNinessn but did nt seriulrlty inl jiul' either heli plane or thie aviltnor, WIf illtun Ml(traaiinr, whilo In I 'here' ti do ith' nailing. It will itke 10 dtaysl or Uan to get the plaintr rauliy for flighit. to 'We nshall lllle ai tent fllght Ilere ailnl I" hope to hIItºav' the machinell real5Yl'liltr 1i eixhtlhtin lt laiaunlItan onI thle I'"artal of July." Tile leraoplltlnne ". 1 Is " I diearthed tea ,ltially ilt follottwn: A Curtlin modl.I hlahtine l--liaailt by thliet M& 'leltin A\ lltiol colipallllllny niad first dt'nllltl'atrit'itd in '11lhart hi .rl.ltp ratlion for the uvlitlon mteet lit PIl' hairt drIting larlk, May 19 and 20, 11111, IN t114' iof the lInst Ipeilrfe-l( tivtPs., Ii In :1:1 f* it ill lingth inllid :10 fait .a' taea tihe ainln plulah s having i sutarlraa' aa 2'70 itllalu re fl t, w.hilt , the mainti Ilio - pIrtinlg nilrnil t 14 42 sDqalllri' it. tl: Is eaillpplt-d with 401-60 horNliepowi r, four iylindet r UIltl'.lt "Aero" lIraatar IandI It neven-foot plrpellrl', with it fi\iv.-f int pltc'h and n :1141, pound thrust. The i ni e weighs !15 pilo.s, shille th1 etl lib 'lll I wa ilht of ailh nltllaIh lne. Is l)1 pounill Mlot 'if tho wood work Iased in the utallstrul tinl l In h iltlated anlta ml' ii a! Ipart ll e oI' f i inlllllla The lIt ultttd over the pllilnn I rihherizrid sil; AMERICAN ASS'N. I " t'luh--- W m"l I.I! ( r Kallmam illy 3-1 19 6, b111 1 ukh ý -tit) J~uuIMVIL4" "x 1l 11Ilea1),lll+ x 2U 4:1 St. l'rcul ;;ti 32 141 TO1') I I'l4:I1 446i CiInity 20. I 11 :I 0 At : 1I I s ' illliiý 1 4tjnlll(.II IUIIIH 1U; At St. I III I-- L'Illvlllt", S; SI. H ;ull. At St. I'1M Cit. . '1I11 II.111 i. ; IC~I n,;( ll IN THE NATIONAL LEAGUE II 41 The Cat ~en I league race betwiin Chicigo,' NeW York, Philadelphia and p ittsburg continues to be p *teo thate thO e*ltqt ee oh day' pme are ept to cause a cbmplite shift in the stand-li K.d'elf4* ,t. ( 'wma. l fhlawlll hr..; J eit; p If@ iA4 feqn ti fromfirst to third glaco while Clark's champl hold the wl..,hikgpdl d t of teM ossh team. AVIATOR WILLIAM M'GRAIIER. McGrainer at steering wheel just before his start in the flight in which the "Indiana" was wrecked and he was injured at Kenwood golf links, Elk hart, May 15, 1911. IpcMnWCmrl lg l'i·ilt rvcHIHaI I anal 41111 (11 -1 ()1l1 t . 'I'1h1 ) il rii ( iplllfi I N tl"I.11 ~IN~il ttith Iho iIn-v grid III philo wi rCOAST LEAGUE ('11W 11 P tland .4 's "s %'.Pnn 31 :ti 534.G~ At Los Angeles. Nr..rrIt I .1 I 2'.1·1 15 4 It::t rf "'Ia -" " 11.~1 I'. , t "" l .1·11 - 1 - 1 l . " .? c al, l I1 N n lil ,.olio i", 11.1. ; 111 1'lilt I..li I lilt . n< 1),. r 4 11'tiht tin .r IonseflIfl5g 1 It 1·'h11."is," ~14 (Id h)'lCJ )! It steering \\'h. i I at ill,- ti nt mid i 11' llllTlll(-op ra in of 1)h1 phtl sI. :11141 ru ll. . PJr Ip" file nloe loents of0 WESTERN LEAGUE ` I .'lll ti. 1.oi t. Pet. ft"n~ 12 14 e 1'11 .14 26 in 1 I.ill, ',I1 211 1) .7% It ·lu, s Itt 21 .21 24 1420 ' ,\ lit 2: 2 fit 21 25 4571 20 29) 4tIS I\1~ill. tI 10 :I 20I 61 At11 1.11 1, 1~~~~111 Ii...1,7 es\ o n r XI I t ilp. 11 hit. r, 1I: ()Miflin, I, \i Ilull Iii.. I'1 .., .~ ti~ux Cthy, 2. I'~i; tI' ) 1 Ish1 II hitst trahillferredt lI. \i, h 11 W ! 4 ,"til e m t1 MAPES WINS MEDAL AT STATE SHOOT MISSOULK MAN CAPTURES THE BUTTE EMBLEM WITH A SPLENDID SCORE. BIG EVENTS FOR TODAY Weather Is Good and Shooters, Are Showing in Excellent Form With Prospect of Lively Contests-Good Scores Made. Hunter's lnt .Springs, June 13. It,'llyhll.) -Thl e first 11ay of tloi 18th aInmnul meetn lg or the A1ntntna Sport sm t1en's . u1. 'tl h ,ttion \wa s |'H\. '."d with ii perfct wtatherl condlltion. Just asLI the. lhootinlg c"Indll|, how.eWPvr, it IMilary ruin )egatn to full. lalto tnlLght Itnlll's rotnld \%,re drying rapidly will' the rno l rill inot interfere with thle t36 irtln . I. it . i'.lth, or uttll'hl, l, lof IKltrI l -n ( ti ll r n'llll t lio rnn .niet (i'tI 1, a C O. le If I.AMInsttnll. won theil Jillhte Itn axd iun ai. hllltb inedl It 30 slingles and five pairs. MAlpes Irohke 36 birds. V. I. Smith, of butt.,, see ietary of the ua.nhcintion, won the Kfopkt challeng, nmodal at 10 pnirs with it scor of 18. Among thi pro _astlorts, Max HI|enler wasu high with 113; Hirswhy 'lns second, with 180). 1Inslthr made the lung rlun of 117 straight. Tomorrow til. Rime nito willl t11r n ril.l iil, t til. p iri ipa i li h Is. lli' SPORTS OFTHE WEEK Tuesday. O)pet'n .lg of ('|ed r Valley 'h'r'llt race Ille titlg iii lie .l 1o nl, ll, (Il'c inlg lW i ('oforn RI!t aliwlldi rilace ileethll nt Miller, F. 11. I)h k HYiland \,. (lattling Iliirlh., tit r',ll lin , at Albany, N. Y. Wednesday. Openingll of [ alsl o state tenlis 'haml Iionshlilp to lihialnl ntl at Le.wtiston. I'rank KlIuls t " s. tt ", tililt I)ai " F' lllvil l , .i ' Ill0 ir nds, ill (t klindL ('ll, Thursday. Anll I rnI ~ ttII ting oI f 111h . h'1ity .Il A'll.lil hle i ,ngineern at N. I ll O ihli. I1 rt l S Ililell i hant Iia hooti ngl il't ll urn ito nl u t1% l 'i ( ill tca ,g t (Itantl 1 i nlla nlltllt o 11 illlung ,lirulhel, N. J. atl I.atngl'n rll d vs. Ton.y ('np nil , Ir. rillil s, it Wtlllill e1 , Ma.tll. Jiloe ('lester , .. Johnny .Killlilne, 12 rounllll. till Akronl'lll, i l i . Friday. I:l state 11al . . ..ll ri i :llttankll . Annllllu l uilf cnllllll.ls fur the Tomlll .1o, rri l nll lilor'ia l tro p h y . t()pll'ning .o. annuail xhlltion of itu ed1 , N. 1'. Saturday. hu5y1k117ll navy reg.uti on the. iH iteuykhll t'ri'er. li tli d(l( hl In, Openin, g or niJtli' l pring Mteeting of ithe lilltllltlll J ai.ck(ey , Il11 l ilton. Ohio, Start of the long-disinceo limotor thunt rlce limt iNew Yorkl to ITrlnmudli Annlual hill etlhnb oI the aive Allu tomlublle nlov(;elatlon, Por1tlalld, MN. Clletropolitan tennis chnl lonationhl t lWest-lllide Tennl club. , N.tw York city, . a Sunday. Aninut renewal l o the (rand Steeplehlse hll-h Paris, Auteuil, Firanee. NORTHWESTERN Club-- \Von. Lust. Pet. IrSplokane .. .. ................. 3 1 6908 'l tliolu .........I.... 19 601 Vi eon11ver'' . .. . 22 59: 4jlcrt ilil ..1 ... .. . . . . ... 40. Victhrtu '1 43 2og At Settlet. R'-ri: yeI . H. , ina ......... ........... ....... ... ...I 6 s ohr ttrl,, A . and............. 4hn lid r s; Filll r-i tll llll ll Ian S rhl. Rain. At V'alncolVerI-Vitor la-Vlannvrlllt, gJelll pistponed, rain. Chlicago, June 13.-.Chlceao National leIgllue playesr, when intopmed yester day that John Kllnig refused to play nuy.·.longer ,wLdh the, B(oton olitb, irt trlainst* ,-W.linlli, actiolf@V4 t i0qii+I uharlihed determlnatlo.t0 D4P4 t Phi with the (i$stre hahub MILL WOOD We are now prepared to furnish wood in 'carload lots from our mill at Bonner. This wood is all hand picked and clean (no sawdust or dirt mixed in); cut to 16-inch 'length, and adapted for use in any wood burning stove. We loacf this wood green and after being piled for about 60 days, is in proper condition for use. We can deliver this wood on cartsin lots of twelve cords or more, asl follows: To Grass Valley.. ...................$2.55 per cord To Frenchtown ...:............... $2.75 per cord To H uson ....................................$2.95 per cord To Nine Mile .........................$2.95 per cord To Lothrop ,.......w........$3.05 per cord To Superior ... ............... $3.05 per cord To Alberton ........................$3.05 per cord To Arlee ..................... ..........$2.95 per cord To Ravalli ..... -....................... $3.05 per cord To Dixon .........-................... ... 3.05 per cord Place your orders early and have your wood supply ready for use when you need it. All wood business cash. Our Missoula yardi is 'ro'inakIng deliveries of 16 inch millwood at $3.75 per Cartl.ad. Each load con tains a full cord. Anaconda Copper Mining Co. Successors to the Big Blaqkfoot Lumber, Company Phone 106; Ind. 742. Order your season's supply now CHAS. H. MARSH Embnhalmer and Funeral Director CHAPEL FOR SERVICES. Ind. Phone 423. Bell 821. Residence 25 BSlack 124 West Main Competent Lady Assistant. Scandinavian American State Bank OF MISSOULA A General Banking Business Trans acted. M. L. Gulden STATE TAXIDERMIST AND FURRIER Won Medal at St. Leuli 135 IB. Main St. Northwestern Abstract and Title Insurance Company Furnishes correct and complete ab stracts of title to all city and county property. Estimates on abstracts fur nished on application. 104 Main street. Phone 147 Bed Have your lawn mowers sharpened; expert work only. All work done by machinery. 111 East Front street Danderine workswoaters. produces halr just as surely as rain and esgshlao rtaies crops. It produces a thick arbwth of luxurhant hair when all other reae. dles fall. We guarantee Danderine. All drug. glsts sell It-so., aeo and $1 per bottle. To prove lts worth send this ad with Io lan stamps or stver asd we will mail you a large free samulpe, KOWlRON DANDBEINB Oo., OChiago, Ill. RACING RESULTS At Lagoon Park. Salt Lake C(ty, June 12.-Well-bal ncetld fiTeld featured the racllng at the Lagoon track tills afternoon. The L]ehi handtcla;l at six furlongs wef won )by Madman from n agod crown ,of sprlinters. The Itcdwc\ll horse made ping thIe distanlec nll 1:11 3-. .our' favorites won. 'irest race, four and a halfl furlonlgs, sillihig - I.luewhre, won: lRyal 'Tea. soconlld: ( )stntatious. third. Timt, Second raei, futurity course, selling --lda\l \Viarl'ficlt. lwon: lie Knows, c'olld; Anna .,ey, third. Time, 1:10. Third race, futurity contrse, selling Silver Stockinlg, won: Novgorod, see ond;: )areington, third. Time, 1:09 3-5, lFourth race, six furlongs, hanlicap- ndtlllan., won: Arseec, second: March money, third. Time, 1:11 3-15. Fifth race, mile, selling--Fred Mul holland, won;: ('abn, second; Fereno, third. Time, 1:42. Sixth race, fiv an( tI half furlongs --Rne, ,on: ('odtlfnn, seennd: Pieka ninny, third. T'ime, 1:06 3-5. At Latonia. Latonln, Jine 11.-A fair card brought one of the largest Monday crowds ever seen at Tlatonia and the spectators were rewarded by seeing the fastest time of the meotirlg, step some high-elans racing. Stinger, an outider In .'the betting, well ridden, by !step, won the feature event: iouse maid, the favorite, set the pace to the final sixteenth whin mtinger chal Iengqd and won by half a length. t Ilt race foui' and a half fi1tl yn gs Cam#ft4i ; 'o;,i : d+itlE Wde i~ndi'Sice, third. Time, :54 1..5. econd rsac. Alz furlong - olt Cap, FIRST NATIONAL BANK MISSOULA Capital and surplus......400,000 Excellent facilities for handling your business. P. 8. LUSK, President. . P. H. ELMORE, Vio. Pre.a ii E. A. NEWLON, Cashier. H. 8. HOLT, Assistant Cashier, Missoula Trust and Savings Bank Missoula, Montana CAPITAL ..........._..._..............I00,OOO0 SURPLUS AND PROFITS.... 450,000 Officere J. M. KEITH.....................Preeldent T. L. GREIEINOUGH.......Vice President A. R. JACOBS .....................CaAhlr R. C.y GIDDINGS ..............Asst. Caable Directors J. M. Keith, T. L. Greenough,. J. R Daily, 0. T. McCullough, P. J. Kilneo A. R. Jacobs, Kenneth Rose. We par 3 per cent per annum ea Savings Deposits. WESTERN MONTANA NATIONAL BANK. Missoula, Montana UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY. CAPITAL ............................ 0,000 SURPLUS FUND ........ ......500010 G. A. WOL.........................................Presdent JOHN C. LEfl.SOU........Vice President J. HI. T. RYMAN................ ....Cashier Directors Ferdinand Kennett, M. A. FIsh, 0. A. Wg.f, John C. Leh)ou, J. H. T. Ryman. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINEUS TRANSACTED won: Annitonn, eronnd; St. AloyJsils, third. 'Time, 1:15 1-5. Third racet, Iax furll)nge - .tar )'Rlyanl, wnl; I)elancny, seconld; liet las'os, third. Time, 1:13. 1'ourth race, six furlongs-S8tinger, won: Hons'nlid, second: Flyhlg I'r1mtsteps, third. Time, 1:12 3-5. Firfth race, five f'rlonngs-,Preoumpl-n tion, w.'in: Yankee, second; Sinister,. third. Time, 1:0,. Sixth race, nille and 70 yards- Mrilntn ('C'It'.', \son Tnmprudent, see and; intrinsic, third,. Time.' 1:4). DIAMOND DUST. With Russell Ford In the box the Highlanders eanme very 'near being world beaters. Pitcher .1rarlk Smith is getting on to the layout of, Cincinnati and doing better work for the Reds. A Chlcigo firm hbas named .a cigar "The Fence Buster" in honor of "Ping" Blodle, of the White Box. Blckness and Injuries to players have caused several mlijor league clubs to look like Class i teams this season. Manager Chance' picked up a rat tling good player in Doyle, 'ho is playing third station for the Cod. The Cleveland Naps seem to be up against it again this season. With Lajole out of the genie the team goes on the spareribs. "Now that the Washlngton team is playing at home, lirtny' McAleet bq lieves that his hired men will do spind thipg (or the District of Cgltqm , Rochester won 24 o . the .Jlt 80 games played, The Easterp leagle teams will have to start soon if they expect to flag Gansel's creW'. The New Yorkc' titt;hr''nd the' DJ)' trolt Tigers are stealing ever)thinf '"l' ight' tha "Teeentlesr a bases. Phe two teams have pitftret over. 150 "bags so far this season.