uOMeININT sUSINISs MEN OF
TdOELE INDIGNANT OVER
To'oee, Utah, June 26.-'The rohlbery
of the Contlmerehitl hIRnk of Toit,,I( ,of
$9,0f00 on June 7 Is in a fair way to be
cleared up. although not In the man
ner at first expected. $tlmulated ~by
the offer of a reward, a host of prl
Vate detectives went to work on the.
ta.e and caused the arrerst of a half
doaen innocent hohloes. The vlictim
tWere glad enough to pass on and rauy
nothing abshout the matter wheni re
leased. But when the lteuth, tank
Ing a coincidetnce ar to daetes na a
clue, preferred charges against W. I1
Irvine. mananger of the Toole Town
alte ctomnºany, and Joseph Rallutff, hisl
secretary, they borrowed not a little
trouble. The sulppo.t'd clue fell fint
on Investlgation. but Irvlne and latluff
refused to have the maer dlismissted
witbotut a hearing that wouldll cletar
them from all suanplton.
The county attorney and sherlff of
Tooele county today I.ated a aIgnKed
statement in which they certified that
there is. no evidence whatever con
pecting Irvine and lIlltuff with the,
robbery and that every ruirliluiiac elr
onmstAtnce han been explainedl to their
complete satisfactlon. This public
apology hans only partly rntitfhtled the
aggrieved huslness nmn and lthey lre
ntIll resisting the dilmli.sal of the
S. T. S.hnfer, the 1eashIer of the honk.
Whoi was arrneted with Irvinr nnd
Btalluff, Is not Included In the" retrn.
tion ofat the county offilercs am1id 11he
charge agalnst hilm Ihas Inot bhrll
dropped. The stolen Iln.n.y has been
refunded to the bank, but how and
where thin war done in not explaineidl
The enshlef was founid hound und
gagged In the hank after the rothlery
and claimed thlat he hdl bte n iltitckd
by two masked Iandlts.
GREAT DAMAGE DONE
BY EXPLOSION OF Oll.
Port Arthur. Texas, June 26.--Two
liven were lnst, half a doe'sn ,or nmore
men were Injured, tmlme serliouly. three
oil barges and one tug were burned
to the water's edge, and abolut 10,00(ll
barrels of oil, two tirge warelhousesn
and more than bOO feet of whalrv\
were destroyed as a result of ant ex
ploslin ,followed by a fire. In the hIar
bor and water front today. The mloa
was estlmated at about $300,000. Calp
ta In rank Weber of the barge Ilhm
ble and an unidentifiled itan lmot themr
liven In an explolon llaboard tlhe11 IItt1
bi+, whore the fire orliginatted.
TAFT ACCEPTS BIDS.
Wnllhington June 26.-Presitdent T1aft
today ace epteid Invitations to uiiddren.
the ('lhlrlisiln ltludelv\r ,onilmvnlon it
Atlantle City. July 7, Ito vit tlih New
York state fai:r aIt $yrhmnse Ihtn .epteum
ber and to stoip tiff In Rt. I.iiuls, Mi.,
later that month.
BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF UNIVERSITY SECTION
SOUTH MISSOULA LAND CO.
4nnk P. Keith; Secretary Missoula, Mont.
7 7i'.i i.
JURYMEN IN TRIAL OF ARTHUR SEE
LOCKED UP FOR FEAR OF CARTOONS
Ws A R&?r7YaP LY
(')||c'lIK I, :tine 211.-...Tu 1i"Kc, |l. | r,,, III
whti,e. , .lutrt t1h,' trl'ul if Ia.ly.n Arllhi
iir.,, fmlld',r " "nhu , lt , life '." 1 h'inrgIr
I'nllll uctl "dll . this aft|.rnlnlll ll ordl'erel d tlill
it h (- j u r y h e l ,c k , 'd lip t h,' r e ,n n lhn le r o f
Itl trial l ts ir'llrepl'e elatnllll'tll by the de-|
fInse thu t the jii.yinein itight Il . in'
a-l.nutint e l ei ary it i ullw i l jIr'lors to
DEMOCRAT IN HOUSE PRECIPI
TATES TROUBLE BY USE OF
WORD IN SPEECH.
1\\l i g1 1 in,. .I I Ii, 2 rthr. T e' Xllpr'h
tlnnl "nisl tl 1e" aft. r i1,h" w"I'drl
".el1emur It 1, 1rn Ini i ma ge1 ll r; ,IhIIIn
ithe Ilaipli t. I' id 111 hI b luiil 11114 wI lil
hll.,I." htin the pIi .ted lpeet.ih of Relt-I
resent1ll . cl:' , I", '.\,1 il' Ill l ilm,, it nlo ly
eIei i'ted hat'l 11tr ut, prepital a t IIar
lnl"rl iloulll in te hlousi llI' IIe toIl, Il
Ierl'' etati tll ti M unnI' if hilluu i,, llul
reptib'lel n .1 ' . l r o"f 1ht," hulls ., nte.
ihe tI'tlllil nl have n i tl.i4- 1 'il, t fr
n erted afterl i the I. , ll .rt t ll ll uitti. .
Iepree. tatlcve, S. lna , ain t frlm,,i IIIIl
ltim. dee, l ",l d lih, tral lhia mpeecih 414"
li erted Iild Iitiri s ul' 1 ,lause tit Jill
The passagll "l f au urgent deIl'hhll.y
lpproprihllih hll r,11 $.a 1,00a0l, inh lud
Irrl~ceIlt( IlrlIII eftlrcts Iu ley init ,~ly tic·rul.
I'III (I ' 1t uih a li I i(stI I yI may .eed.
lg onth I llrlIl I II ,1f the I1X 1eletIMI ef th(e(
Iuit % illu ~ 1111 t fle $1 uly 4.", I(tJIir
Itlp'gnlnr, l~lthlll gII Wil' admIIII1I. I I/lving
n Ilelam1I f(lat wiiethi f.r er. lay 11th
hut11 niI eve ni 8(t.I1 (47 ¶1'hI((sN~tay tIr
lug14 1 t Ie pIy ii - l IItlrt- ('R It 11:111 of - I
elr111$ If 11111 11(11 Irl i 11 I.' l irt4 x Ijl p III
11114 i~rur 118 11( fleht, ,5huHIi 1(1 81 I 1(111I
811188' vallll,. 88 1111111 IIII (tt,. vh ) IleIr'W
(Illlli111 11,(1 tiny l l ,i ll(IIIIntlactedl('(I l1
tIll Iet.tilt~lI(Iililtlir ( If till glt 111 ' 1111J11
CTOI' EDUCATORSding MEET.no bll ille'
'l[l It(44. tIrIa nt Ii 1111114111T r (If d 1y'1r
Scutte, Jue 26.-- Marty-seve11111(' ~(n claim
ants ofc 1,1,11~/1 lam I'I file 1 It, h Ilt t)(.l'L(I\\
WOOD PULP AND PAPER CLAUSE
OP RECIPROCITY MEETS AN
'Wahington. June 26,-The f',nnllnt
riipriltytv bhil etmerge-id fronm Its firs'
i ordleal in the elnn4 t tllonighllt uIIIIIne thel
T'he Iloot lmiendnellnent, pirlopsllg I
rnnllfllttion of the woodl pip and 1)in
Iper nc't.on of the agreemenllt, WIr d
rihItnit rifter moven hours of i) hinlte, by
an ove\rwhreluing vote. T'fIh frienlnld
of thli menlillidmrllt we-re rn rntlsfied l
Ilh defeal i lt thllat IL roll call was nit di-,
This Ilniv(es the rerlIprneltry onelstrr
roenll t l the genelrnl fight thalt in tr
follow for' Iln'lllend nt ofr illlortlllll
iprovisions of the 'Payne tariff hlw,
Henator llt I'tllh'ett announcedl thnl
hI. woult Kgve the Hilifntte II clllan e ti
pss on general arr Illff melm.lents
for tree pnpli r, frel( . llhtler and luilt .
ther pr. neillls, and for rednitllthon It
otherr 'schehiesh . Senaltor ('lnplp aim(
nl nial(1ve1(·1 h his Inttllon of offerln,
i1 free pal+per rlnimv ldllnnt hiater unti
ot(h r i .nalltriir gave evillnre of thllo
llpurpoll tol force conrsideraitlion iof tar
rff rievisin litn the widesit plani,.
At.lncl(k on t}he loot lendmenllllt war
IIlt'rspersedl' with nlttilks on the l wholet
reellrrip lIty mInlin lre In the dellalnte
iwhilh t lt r islted- in tie di-felt of Hon.
hoiIusI hillyll b requiringl thalllt ill .
lntlllin prvi ne'llH 11ld I riiemo theil
export resitrltins 01 pulp wolo ann11
Its protlllts hbefor the rerlpmren
ftiill'i.e of theI. Woi l .I ilIt I ll n pirinl
triltr plirlgnrah of li ii- agl re ilent i nI.
Ll Follette Opposes Reciprocity.
"I ml op losl) trIl to t t hls so-ailed
reli irt rlity nia whole he riuse I he
Ileve II I . r llllng, i llrlmful r t iidl ton
Jhhst ifllh l , 'e" C ll 11ir. ll l'.blil, . "Ii
Iti tistO 10 , ltl all nt tl o se I t sItill 1e -f
llne'ly perflol t as possleh, I 518al
vote I lli' nt l the Root i me dll(l ent flr
ialli I hl llohl it will defeait the vtery
lpurpose or the wiolkdrl. thend irlinl
lliper paragraph of the ttigreement.'
l tor l nrl l tlet te declared thallll
111there was L o li;hile tion f('or any dutil
on print p )a'r. H!' ananlyzedI th(
figures of the tariff hoard to show that
the lest mlills in the Unitlh .talte
.1nltl produclt, paper cheaper tlhanll the
hlst nills of ('1 nn ll11, . T'Io ol ntinull 1 i
high ltariff on paper, he :iia ltl, ullw ti
illliti premium oiil "effiiei lny and l
stathfihlesll " 0land lthl protective tar
Iff "d'eahlr4n nl ri lonstruetive for't's for
the clrevelopment of effi(lent manage
Ih, critizine, thei nrw'5pnv erll for
having urged the reiperolty mea0surt
as n 0me1li of gl'tting rolher from the
1ln inufl tureri. i10 said they htin
Jolnol with the "packers. the raillrollls
the flour millers" nill others wleo
wunlll seclre uidvanlinge through the
I1u5sege of the r.e .ro"ity bill.
lie declared t vt'the testimony
taken by the fll 1committn It
woruld e shown thl. t.e newsypirrl
lind a1p1 rcoised the news of il t, rel,
procltty prme.nedltlge; but on thils point
Manitor Slone, who Also i5 a nlOmhmr
of thlt, finane mmnittee0, sold the
WImvnll,1in nlntor wain mistaken.
"Thai t I the hllitest page in the
JULY 6 Shopping Days 4T
Before the Fourth
Women's Tailored Suits have been cut to ONE-HALF Muslin Corset Covers-Plann and fancy trimmed: very
tihe rIegulilr ma;rkling. Sme good n, mblers to be had dainity styles; sizes 32 to 46; values including 85e;
at this unusual offering. for toiday, eo ..h ......... ................................. 294
Women's Pongee Coats-All the wanted styles for Children's Tan or Black Hoes-In medium heavy ribh;
thins Ibetweenl-season wenr. VIalues Including $20.00: our regular 20c valutes; for the day, a pair, 111/%
for tda1lyg', each .... .........................................10...0 Women's Gauze Vests and Drawers-Wth Inace hot
Pongee Linen Crash and White Serge Coste-Valises turm; regultr :ISe values; for the day's selling,
to $35.00 fr today, each .................................... 17.50 each . ...................................................
Women's Silk, Net, Wool and Lingerie Dresses- Corset Cover Embroidery--1 Inches wide: nainsook
Values Includlig $20.00; far todytl .................)9.71 and Swi.s; valhes inclcdhltg t0c; for the day's sell
Women's Silk, Net, Wool and Lingerie Dresses- g, a yard .............................................................
Valueis Includling $35.90; for today, eah.... 414.95 50 Dozen Sheer Lawn Handkerohiefs-Neatly hem
Women's Black Voile and Panama Skirts-Values in- med, at, special ....................Each, 5¢; Dozen, 5I1P
cluding $10.00; for the day .....................................9 Double-Fold Gingham-In staple checks, plaids,
Women's Black Voile and Panama Skirts-Values in- stripes and solid ctlors; 15c values; for the day, a
eluding $15.00, $16.50 and $18.50; flur the daly...9.T7 yard ............. .............................
Women's Silk, Persian, Messaline and Chiffon Waists 35o Poplar Cloth and Black and White Half-Wool
--Ihlud teml,rtldry trmlnmod; the new peasant sleeves; Shepherd Checks--:16 inches wide; guaranlteed wash
valus inclutllng $13.50; for the day's special, each, s5 anble; fir the lny's specRal selling, a yard ................19
For Reliable Advertised Merchandise and Prices
newspaper history of the United
States," amid Henator la ,Follette. "I
regret that faict n ut mu bernme pa rt of
the thilsturoy of this leglslation. But
It It it stullbborn fact. There is no
ione who, followed tile hearings before
the financte c'onimlttee' but knows that
those Iwho favored the Canadian agree
ment we're given great space; but
when the agrictultural interests came
lbefore tithe committee the news filled
but meager spale in the great news
Ipapers of the country
"I wanllt to interrupt the senator,"
satid Seniatotr Stone, "not to dfendll tihe
ne,'wspalpers, but beP('uise I think his
statt'mentt is inot quite Justified by the
fairs. It was chargedl that the An
5niiated l'reas, for ,xamIple, huid lgiven
great IpacO to 'lite pro-reit'lprclty
IIteratllre and to the pro-reciulprocilty
con'ttintlions, which' the newspaplers hail
greedi'ly nccpted and widely explollt
ted. These faurts as devteloped show,
ls I understand themll, that far more
space wmias given tile anti-retitllrocity
argumellnts by the Associated Press andil
by the nelwsllpers of the country,
than \was given )by either the one or
the other inI favor of reciprocity."
Senator La Fllette explressed the
helieif that other members of the fl
nance conlllnittee would side with him
in the conltrovers3y. Senator Clapp of
Minnesota, opposed the reciprocity
hill its a "deception. a deluslon and a
snare," and said the Root amendlent
would only make It worse. Senlator
Himmolllns, democrat, declared that the
bill was not a democratic measure.
Senator Townsend of Michigan said
the papller and pulp clause of the reel
Iprcity bill woultl undoutbtedly be open
to different Interpretations if the Root
ttmendtltiient t wetre not tdopted, and that
thecourts woullld finally have to pass
on the .mlitter.
IS ASKED BY SHERIFFS
Butte, June 26.-(Special)-Rherlffc
O'Houtrke, of Sllver How ctlunty, anud
iO'Keefe oif Dlitr' Loidge tctllonty, comn
iprising it cotmnittee, left for Htilena
this afternoiton for an interview with
Attorlney ('ltleral (lalent anti Willliam
Wallace, ittornely for the Northtlern
I'ctll'Ite. iI tin iffort to secure the Is
utilllltcef itt Itis.sHn ti Montallll sherlffs
I Ihi lie dltchnrg. oit their offlicial duties.
T1'he actlin Is taketn in conftrmilty with
reslhltiolln ;adptetl by the recenpt cin
velntion of interll oul.l tnllllll I i therlffs In
HURT IN COLLISION.
Los Aige'es, June 26.--Justice M. T.
Allen oi' tihe t'aliiornia cit rt of ap
peals anti seven otllher Itprsmlnns were in
juredi today in a t'rash of two suburllban
cars. Julltice Allen stlstainetI a brokenl
leg, and it Is believeld his skull was
fralturedtt. ' Thie carsl' collidedtl at a
BALLOON PARSEVAL BURNS.
Hanoversch-Munden, Pressia, June
26.--The dirigible balloon Parseval ,.,
while undergoing repairs today, caught
fire and was destroyed. Nit one was
inljureud. On April 2, last, the alrship
Intade a perilous descent at Halber
stadt during a storm.
CARD 'OF THANKS.
Int the recent primary election I did
not get a place on the ticket. At the
same time I want to thank my friends
vlery illuch for then r support.
FIRST QUALITY TOOLS
^ E BST I
IT DOES NOT PAY TO BUY POOR TOOLS. THEY
NOT ONLY; "GO WRONG." BUT AGGRAVATE THE MAN
WHO USES THEM.
YOU WILL LOSE YOUR TEMPER;IF YOU USE POOR
TOOL,. BUT YOU WON'T LOSE YOUR:TEMPER IF YOU
USE OUR TOOLS, BECAUSE; .THEY. ARE PROPERLY
WE HAVE THE "EDGE" ON THE HARDWARE BUSI
NESS IN THIS TOWN. BECAUSE WE SELL THE BEST
AND DO NOT OVERCHARGE THOSE WHO GIVE US
McGUFFEY HARDWARE CO.
PENWELL BLOCK. MISSOULA._MONT.
A. B. Chase Kohler & Campbell
Ivers & Pond Gram-Richsteig
The Autopiano, the A. B. Chase Aristano
Look them over. Can you find a better line to
select from anywhere? And the prices are right, too.
ORVIS MUSIC HOUSE
"The only one-priced music house in the west."
I------ - --- ----- -1. ---- '-
Money to Loan
On Farm and City .Property
41,75O--Is all I am asking for a new 4-room modern bungalow, S blooks
from Willard school, one and a halt blocks from car line.
Your own terms.
$8,350-For a new 5-room modern house; large lot: good laetion; fin.
Interior finish, This place is worth $2,600. Owner must sell.
H. D. FISHER
NO. 113 EAST MAIN ST.
Phones; 84 Redj 1612 Ind.
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