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PVtUi$mzO co. irMboulam, Montana. at the postoffcle at Missoula. asSe a oond-olass mall matter. SUBCORIPTION RATES. (In Advance.) a one month ............................ 75 S. three months ....................... 3.25 Ssix months ............................ 4.00 lly, one . ........................ 9.00 ~tage added for forelign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER. Se_..................110 Independent......510 MISSOULA OPPICE 129 and 181 West Main Street Hamilton Office 221 Main St., Ham lton, Mont. The Missoullan may be found on Iale at the following newsstands out side of Montana: Chicago--Chlogo Newspaper Agen ey, N$, corner Clark and Madison strets Milnneapolt--World News Co., 219 North Fourth street. Seat Lake City-MacOlllls & Lud an 1P.'oisoo-United News Agents. Portland-Consolidated News Co., Seventh and Washington; Northwest N.ew Co., Fifth and Washingln streets Weattle-E.karts' News Agency, Pirst Ave. and Washlngton; A. Isserlls, Seond and Cherry; Acme News Co.; W. O. Whitney. _polune-South Eighth News Co.; sanIeson New. Co. Taooma-Trego News Co., Ninth iad Pacific. SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS. The Missoultan Is anxious to give the best carrier service: therefore, sub sclibers are requested to report faulty delivery at once. In ordering paper eaaiged to new address, please give eM address also. Money orders and etbel imould be made payable to The MImoullan Publishing Company. FRIDAY, JUNE 80, 1911. NOTHING DOING. The other day we pressed an In quiry as to what Missoula proposes to do for her boys on the Fourth now that she has deprived them of the blessed, time-honored privilege of shooting firecrackers. There has been no reply. It seems, then, that Mis soula will do nothing for the boys; she just forbids them to make a noise sad then wonders why they are res tive when there Is no substitute for the bomb and the cracker. We satb mit that this Is unfair in the extreme -untfair to the boy and unfair to the city. It is precisely along the lines pursued by some reformers who close the saloon, the billiard hall and the other lounging places of the young man and fail to provide him with any place In which to spend his leisure. It is a mighty poor system; it makes restive boys and they soon Lbt'come mischievoks boys. Missoula is mak Ing a big mistake. SLOW RETURNS. The replies to the interrogation sent out by the governor's primary-law commnnsson do not seem to be coming rapidly. Missoula is interested in the news that Representative Woody of this county was the first of the mem bers of the legislature to send in his response; Mr. Woody promised to support the measure. Of the other members of the Missoula county del egation, Senator Donlan says he has not yet received a copy of tile pro posed law, so he is not able to say what his answer will be. All of the other members of the delegation have received their copies of the law. Mr. Berry is understood to regard it fav orably. Mr. Higgins has the matter under consideration; he had not, yes terday, sent in his reply. Mr. O'Hern informs The Missoulian that he has received the copy of the draft of the law which was sent to him but he has not yet decided what answer to make. He has been quoted in criticism of one of the important provisions of the snasure. There should not, of course, be any undue haste in this matter, but it is certainly of sufficient Im portance to warrant consideration as promptly as possible. If the mail has failed to deliver official copies to any of the legislators, it would manifest only proper interest to write for one. THE "PARD" WAITER. Consider now the waiter who calls you "Old Pard" and asks you to "spil' your order. He is not known in the luxurious cafes of the By baritlo east, but in the hurried and t.A le-it-as-it-comes west he is much Seviyldence. Usually, he is a "boomer," i l eans that he stays not long 4aen. town; be is not a member of 4 $q ueu that acquires a fortune and O see the king crowned. Rough I s ~p the "Old-Pard" waiter; lnot the dignified shuffle Up the floor from table to 0ti "Old-Pard" waiter fairly ba his order before he amlotaJ of the chef. He pendent to a degree; ;i "Old-Pard" waiter; he Sthem, nor 0ops, hl so. i s eiob a war works more than one shift at the same rea tawtant, he calls the patrons by their first names the second day. It Is as typical of the west as "Old Pard" himself that nobody feels insulted and that the waiter goes on calling every body "pal" without any remonstrance. It he stays three days he is Intimate with all of the customers, and In a week he is telling his right name and receiving theirs. "Old Pard" is all right; he's western and the west stands for him cheerfully. LEARNING. Some one has said that he who does not learn something new every day is not wise, or something like thiles. Well, the coming of Eugene Ely and the brilliant exhibition he gave biefore a lot of western Montana folks taught many what an aeroplane looks like, supplementud the Ideas given by II lustratione. There is one thing about an aeroplane that a great crowd of local citisens learned the other day; namely, such a machine isn't very large when peen five miles alay. A great crowd watched Ely from h11I sides and housetops around and in Missoula. As a general rule Ihese were people who had been unnble to find time to maeke the trip !tr the post grounds, but it is a fact that each' olne expected to be able to see the flights nearly as well as those nearer to the point of ascent. Even in the clhar air of the hill country, Ely and his machine made but a dot in the sky, a June 'hug crawling along a mnoiiun talnalde, a flying watermelon seed, I dragon fly a long di stance away. "Why," said one gueer froml the roo, "I thought It was as big as a box car." So, Ely has enlightened many here on a phase he has, probably, never considered. It takes a sharp eye to see a flying 'plane from four to five miles off. Indeed, It does. The supporters of the reciprocity bill do not like to hear the criticisms of those of the senators who are opposed to It. But they might as well get used to It, for they are going to hear a big lot of criticism, sooner or later. In the absence of any Ilcall cele4ra tionl of the Fourth, thle people of Mis soula have plenty of time In which to give consileration to the Inmportant matter of the selection of a mayor and councllmen. The lselsion of the Mlntana Clood Roads congress served to make some of the state's important men ae quainted with Missoula and we believe their impliressions were pleasant. When lHlnes says he knew nothing of thle uIse of money In the election of Ijlrlnmer, there cire somle pleople who believe himn-and there are somel who do not. The best feature of the congress, as far as we are ccnernedl, was the tes timnony of the vlisiltor that this coun ty's roads are the best inl the state. Missotlla enjoyed the congress andt the people whuom It brought here; it is not easy to settle down to business after the excitement of the week. Ely's flight was wondlerfully im pressive but, after thinking cever the matter for a day, we are more than ever satisfied to stuy on the ground. The keell judgment of Secretary Breitenstein is evidenced by his se lection of the onle bright afternoon of the week for the Ely demonstration. But the weather mane should re menmber that a illollllln-dollar showter is not worth thirty rents unless there is a little sunshine willi It. Missoula wants and exlpec'ts the cor dial co-oplceration of her ncighborlcrs in pireparing ia suitable exhibit for the New York land sheow. Also, Mr. Carnegie is willing to he conlvinced, which means that Minssoula is likely to have an enlargedi library. One thing ic certai-thlere was never a more hopeful lot of fans inl the world than those of Missoula. The thing to do now is to keep alive the work of the congress until the Anaconda mneetling. The rains in Soeuth Dakolta add fur ther assurance that thle cr.lops of 1911 will be great. The rainlauking propenitiesllll of the Scrullpers are again demonstratedstl conclusive.ly, Don't overilok the possiblitiles of The M.issnulinl class nil; they are wonderful. The manll who adv\'ertiss is the liain who gets the ,businesllls. CEDAR FENCE POSTS PROVE THEIR WORTH Libby Julne 29.-(Special.)-After having been In thh grounld for 13 years, somle cedar posts were recently taken up and examnined here, making a splendid shlowing of the lasting quall ties of this class of timbler. The posts were six inches in diameter, and on the portion of them which had been underground there still remains almost five inches of sound wood, while the upper part of each is undecayed. On the east side of the Rocky mountains in Mbntana, where millions of fence posts will be needed by the new set tlers, It is anticipated that a fine mar ket will be found for this product in the near future. So far the husiness iem not been extensively engaged in hera~b~bl~bIbl~blbl~bl Nicaragua VII-Character of the People. By Frederlo J. Haskin Managua, Nlaerragia.- The character of the Nicalraguan peoplele is a diffi cult thing to inalvyze. Deeply re tigints, they oeem toe violate nearly Pv j ry principle of relligious ethics. Warm nearted usually, they often are as cruel na savages. P'rdfesling patriotic de voetion to their coutltry's welfare, they never have known whai it is to prut its good abovie their ,.ewn peiersonatl In terests. With the excelption of the small per centalge of high criate fumilies. nmar rilnge in nil heeit a forgotten rite. The chulrch tells the lpeople that a mar nlage snlenlnlxized under the state laws in not worth the. plaper the e.ertlifcnten in written on. The siate in turn re fnlsP to recongnize tlhe marringe ritesl of the church. The result is that the majority of the peiople compromise by sinlply agreeing to live together as Iong as the Inmp of Iove contlnues to hurn. Hience common-law mnarringes are the rule rather than the excep tion, and when the parties to the agreement cease to care for one l'n other the formalitiesn of a divorce'e c'ourt are not essential to separntion. It In not connidlered wrong for a man to maintain n half dozen dltf ferent domestic etnhllshments If lhe la, desires. !It" will le criticized only if he tries to mnintain more homnes than he in able to provide for. The various wive's sNeem to get alon)g fl - mously tlgether and the children usually are on goeod terrmns Rome time since, the smnali son of one of the lelders oef the revolution was naked how nnany brothers aend insters he had. lie replle that lhe did not know. "You see," ihe sani, "we have no ma nLny nenlleilnlan." ''his bIy's fllthelr in now a canlidldutn for thte lresidential of fire. t'ock fighting alnd ke-no pliying arn the ntional Dpinatimesn. No police re ntrictiolls are In evidence, and ione mnay see keno ganmens In the Olpein streets at all hours of the nlight. As one travels upl and edown the railroad i.e may see gume ceorks paredhel on the window ledges of the third-clans coaches, and when the train stops at the Innumerable little way stations they crow lustily by way of challenge to the local roosters. Rome of these traveling gane rocks are so thornoghly devoted to their masters that It is not necessary even to Ihave a string tied to their legn. An one walks through the street he never pasnes many hlocks without secling roosters tetlhered iy the leg to the door step of some hrouse. lanst winter tile city of Giranada, the aristocratic municipality of the repub lie, passed a law prohibiting cock fighting. It is said that the supply of chicken on the tables of the hotels of Nicaragua stns noticeably increased inmediately thereafter. The city of Leon, with its 60,000 anti-conservative Inhallitaents still ad heres devotedly to the rocking main A nluperfcill gilance at this mltetropollis iof Niearagua wouldl lend the vinitor to concnlude that the city Is famolus for three tliingn-its churche-s, its game cocks, and its naked children. When one awakes about 5 o'clock in the morning at Leon he is convinced that nil of the ncoks of Chrilntendlm are crowing within ear shot and that the L.eonese lpeoplle are tile greatest cock fighters of tie world. The childre'n of Nicarigun, except of coulrse thlone of tile aristeocritic faminlles, are not reared--they are simply plermittede to grow. Then run in wild as the troplical plants of the jungle, and are given not even the slightest rudiments of elidcation. It is estimated that perlaps iO per cent of thern are born out of wedinloc. They rarely hnave any clothen worth mention Ing, and live in such dirt and sqeualor Its to lead one to the conclusion that either they have hecome hardened to germns, or else that germs are much less dangeromus than the doctors pro lnoullnce them. One nleed not travel farther than I Manlnaua to src the pitiful state of squalid poverty in which the Nicar naguan people live. In this city there Is nlo imodern sanitation whatever, and Is a result the death rnte from entril fevers, elpecially amonlg chlldren, Is remarkably high. The water supply of the city is taken from wells at the lake front almost at the point where the drainage ditches, Ilden with hln mana effllvia, discharge into the inke. There is no garbage service, the oi. file of scavenger ceiclng filled cby a lot ait fine looklng swine which patr i the streets aind go Ininto thie hiousesi if neceslsary, after tile garcbage. No ,me thinks of eating pork hcre and the swine flnurish perennially. TiIhre has been no effort in pveO the streets of Managua, nnil in dry wcath er the dust is so deep that whilhe dri-\' Ing one can enjoy only a tolerable de gree of cllnfort by holilng a wet handkerchief or splonge to hls nose In wet weather the nlimud is so drl.i' that the city may fIllrly be s.ild to ie one huge mlll-i-piuddIle. No attentlon is paid by the Nlc araguans to the prinelples espoused iby Amlerlcan soc(ieties for the pre vention of cruelty to a nimlals. In tile ITnlted l tates Ihllmanitarin colplalin cgalinst tile doc'kling of l,ilrse' tills. In Nicaragnal they not only diock their tills, ilbut tie -their feet together whnII standing, insteald of ulsing ia hiltching welight or chain nttacheid to thle tilt. U'nder theise conditionns the' plor lhorsei has little opplortnlity to flgrht tle swarms of flles which attack It. Graft Cseeims to be regarde.d as he gitimate In Nlicragula. When prlo vialonail Presaldnt Madriz acbdlcated there was inc the treasury Ieveral mil lion dollaris of unluttered monlley which had been printed by thie Amneriann Rianlk Note collmplany. Tlihese hills needed the applichatioln of a runber stamp to make theni rceady for circu lation. They were given out In great hundls, so ralpidly that no effort at all was made to stampnl theml. The re ciplents were tcld that lhey could come around later and get tile rllbber stamp and apply it themselves, thus validating their money. 'This money is now in circulation, and is worth as much as any other in the republic. A fair Idea of how those who do business Wlth the Nlcaraguans regardl them may be gathered from the at titude of the cable company operating the San Juan del Suir cable. In the United States the cable companies ac cept bualae~I without queltiop Irom the telegraph compalnes and are nl ways glad to do huliness with the gov ernment. In Nicaragua anyone wish Ing to end a cahblegram noon dlscov erl that the cable company will not trust the agents of the national gov ernment to rollect 'nthte tolls for It. Wl,en one wishes to send a cablegram he mutrt go to a foreign banking houne and pay the tall. The cable company will not accept mesnnags for trans minion, the troln for which have been collected by the government operator. In their famlllie the NinragRuann are nFemingly Intennely devoted to each other. The men hll and klin non nnother as nffetllonntely as the wnm en, and one never reen anywhere more efftlRive greetilngs ta.nn here. If any plnce in the world ever ltaked ra tional nmlnments it Is Nicaragua. Tn Mananlan tile divralon of the maasses i to tlress up In what few 'hbrlght colored elothen they posNess and go down to the lake front end aft on a freight pler. Those higher up in the aocinl scale s.ty at home and receive their frien.ds. Tn the average city home there in uIallnlly a large room for the entertninment of gulents. It I. furn inhed with n single tanhle, n few fnm ily plrtulres. and It doIln or mIrie bent woodl rm.kers lined tip lrolind tile wll. These are ulsaIlly filled nlhot the gathering of dustk, alnd for an hollr or two the exciting dlversion of sltting in thl.e chainr nand tilklnkg to the neighbors Il the order of tle evenling. It may be Intersperrsed with some nintlmental Spanish maldte on stringed Instruments or a pinna, but that In the extent of the evenlng's entertninment. T.Ivlnx of the kind eniloyed by the StNiecrlguIlana Is exce'edingly cheap . llat Ilnythling Imprted ix olltralgeoaly higlh. andt when one wiishes to have even an lpproximmtion of the cotmforts he en joys at home, he finds that It costs more thnan at homne. Canned meant from tile United States cost no much its to make the pricen prohibitive. The Nienarnaguann, exept the crmparn tively few who have traveled In other eountrles, care nothing for such things and )would not be able to pay for them I If they did. Tomorrow-Nicaragma. VIIT.--Tabor Condit ions. WOOL PRODUCTION IN MONTANA TARIFF EXPERT VISITS THE STATE TO STUDY COST OF RAISING WOOL. Hoelln, Juno 2!9.-(Sprecnll.)--Ed ward I,. Shaw of Washington, 1). ('.. technical expert of the tariff board, is In Helena, his ,object being to as certain the ent of wool production In colptection with ,Vthe,soleltittf revision olf schedule "K" of thel tariff law. What he is after is definite and specifle informatn|tlon as to the cost of prodtlr ing a pound of wool, and in thld behalf I.e is examining the books of a num her of sheep concerns which hlve of fi'est here. )overy western state ex cept Montana nlld Idaho has Ibeen colv eredl by Mr. Shnw and thel four ex pI)rt who are working with him. Aft er spending It week In Helena he will visit other sheep centel' 4n this state. IHo explects to report to the board In August. DECISION POSTPONED. Los Angeles, June 29.-A declsion OIn the mlotion of the defense ti (Illllish tilhe Indllctmlltentsn naainst F'. Ira endtlle'r, A. P'. Maphle ailld ). II. It. Connllors, union menll aellsed of having t'cIn sllired to dynmnllite the roctnty 11all of records early on the morning of Sep teimber )9, 1910, was contnlllled todlay uiill Monday, Judlge Willisa antnoutncing thait lie 1had lInt hadl time to examllilln' thel facts lited. Trie defense movcIed for (Iquashting the grand jlIry indlct l1lmentsn I 39 grllounlds, generally alleg Inog bis II,1 the lpart of the' jurcors. CHINCH BUG PEST IN VALLEY COUNTY lih,'man, Junll 29.-(Speclal.) W\\'rd lri ls l ee r'ceielved that 'what tire Itbelilevedl to Ihe real chiincih b)Ig have hoenl disco'veretd Ic t fields near Glas gow, Vuilly cut' nty. Montana. The nlllformaltion dloes nolt stale the extent to whicht tihey lie found nor the 11dam l'age dlnellt Co frlI. Profoesor J. It. Parker of the bplogy Ildepartment of the col ltoge and 'xpelrimont station has left follr thatt place and11 will investigate cron iltions. The chinch bhug has never Ice fore b'etll foullnd In Montana, thocugll It l esttiatllll to ica 'a11 an allnual loss tof $100,000,00 Int the Mississlppli 'ul Icy. IProlfess.lr Parker will assist the flrmers of \'al'e'y c'c:uty In exterlni n:tting the pest, if posaillie. Plans for ncco'plltihisihg this will be flormedl as 8nlnl its the extlent of the terrritory and dtnll tlgc is llknown. ACTION SOON. Washlltcgton, June 29.-Action in the nltacr future lregardling the exclusion of Jelwish-Amtterlian clitizelln from Rutlia was promisdlnlt today by Chairman Cul lI1 oif tlhe senate foreign relations cotlllllittee. Anlswering a critlcism of the conlnllttttc madeltle on the floor by Senattor ('ultberosln, who charged "in actlvity and inattentionll," Senator Cut. lomn said conlfrences are now being het i by tie committee and the secre tcry of state. DIAZ IN GERMANY. "rannkfort-cln-tihe-Main, Germany, Jucne 29.--General Porfilrlo Diax, for mler president ,of Mexico, arrived here tloday. He is on his way i",. j baden, where he will take the cure, BIG DRIVE OF LOGSI NEARLY DONE BONNER'S FERRY LUMBER COM PAN4Y FLOATS MILLIONS OF FEET TO MILLS. Tlhby, . Jine 20.-(Flpecinl.)-With 4110,00,000 feet of logs nhloud of Utem, the lanner's I'erry lumlniwr ctm;pnnty'K log drive.rs e(nnptfl In Illby this week while on their way down the Kootnnl rivel\'r with the lust Iart of the drive to the conipaniy's mill at Honner's I'erry. Thera are 75 men worklnrg ,n the drive, In ehnrge of (I. 1N. ('rocker. ltoin tile Ilogs have Ion glnthe:red along the river froml ni far north asn iritlish (ColmI)ht. Nine andi a half milllin feet were pilt In ),y Millet, ltob)erts & Wilson, at Vololur. Mr. Crocker stnt.es that they have nnao been working on the drive for 43 days, but will soon have the work conl pletted. One feature of the drive this spring i that thei river Is heIng Ileared of every log, heretofre thtere hllving bieen aquite a. iturliier of Iaog relnllining on grntvel Iuirs and other piities. Mr. Crocker is much pletuaedi with the sesitn's work, till if whicih ilntH t en itdone iInIl(Pr his personai)il s1 IiprvliNon. REPORT FORWARDED TO COMMITTEE SUB-COMMITTEE IN AFFAIR OF THE DAY VOUCHER 18 FUL LY SUSTAINED. Washington, June 2A.--'The recom miendation for thet ditnissaitl from tihe governmenlllllt service of . Hi. Michael, American consul at ('Calcuttat and for moer chhif clerk of the state depart ment. andl of Tholnas Morrison, pIres ent dlisblursing clerk, for their cionnlec tion with thue )ay portrait case, na. announcedt yesterday, was repolrtedl to the hIouse comllllntter on expenditures in the state tlepartmelllnt todny y thei sub-conmmnlttee which is condllc.ting an invesitigaltion of tile delttartnent. The sulb-ctommiiltte said it had com plhted its labor but reported in thei ,use of Mllcheil andl Morrisn II the hope that their servi\es would be dis pennstld ,with ilnmdittily. The full committee, In adopting the rceport. liadded two amendlments. (Ine c'ondmlinedl the practlce of signing vouchors in iblink, as not only ui b)usini.lik indii intexcuLsabit, buit as a virtual inviltalotin to wrongdoing." 'Thei, othier Nit forth that in view iof the statute of limltitions and diffi culty of obtalnlng proof, the comnmit toio deemtdlll it "unnelllcessary to Imake it lilly suggestion or reco(lnlllendla tion relting tii crimln l iipreclltntiron of either Mi'chael or Morlrinonl." If aIlny ttempt is malde by the statte depa)rtmenlllt t to Imlak a "scpllegiat" of Moirrisnll by itischulrging him and lea tv ihg Michael unmolested,, liepresenta tivelo liain, chlairman of the coltl Initte, sold todaiy, he wouldt retport It to the hoiluse. lie xpressed the opin lon thalt Michiel In mor culpable in the alffaiir thian Morrison. STATE RESTS CASE IN SEE TRIAL PROSECUTION SCORES POINT WHEN COURT RULES FATHER IS THE GUARDIAN. Chicago, June 9).-It Is expected that presentation of the defense of E:velyni Arthur Hee will requlire II week. The state restedl today and an early ad journitent was taken to allow Attor new t 'llutwell, representing the tlde 'fndant. to prp I are argumllents. :C'anltwell Imautde the usual mllotion to taLke the case froml the Jury land was overruled. The court ruled out four counts of the indictment, two clharg lag collctubiga and two charging ub 'duction for imlllmloral purposes. This leatves eight cotllllts against See-two chargllling concubinage, three charging contributling to the delnllquency of a childl andI three chargnllg abdtuction. After the last of the state's wit nesses lhad teen heard, ('antwell cited authoritIes aL(nd arguedII to show that Mlldred Bridges wais not abducted but that she caine to See of Iher ownl free will, d(uring the absence of hter par lnts I Calllfornia, leavIng the hollme of a Mrs. WVheeler, in whose care sheil had been left, of her ownl free will and with 'lermilsslon of her n other. "The father Is the guardlllan," Inter ruplted Pro)secutor Blurnlha in, and oni this point of law was uilpeld by the court. ]urnlllhanl, answering Cant well, quoted frinl .ee's bolok in which Mildred is called "the light of all; the sweetness of all" and other en dlearllling names. DR.PIIERI GOLDE N MEDICAL DISCOVERY LOOD.I~VER.LUNGS. Danderine wseo wwr.. Itprodoa, hair Jlust as lrell rain ad selbbie ralus crope. It prodlwes al beb Iro W lh oe lUlu rll ul pir1 w h op all other .ar dr I les fIll. We Ursoteoo Dndeorllae. Alid I Itr sell l-4, Laeo and 1 per bottle. T: pro.e its worth sind Itbs ad wwltD 100 s tamops or sUver and we will ail iou a 1 re.l t mpIe. 1 UQW&owo DUoADBWZ0.1 I Imkep.U Rengo Belt The special corset foz the Stout Figure Will give the stylish shape liness of the very latest Fashions-it is made to give comfort where corset com fort has not been known before-it is boned through out with double watch spring steel which gives it the unusual strength and pliancy necessary - a n d the boning is guaranteed not to rust or break. If you have excess flesh, and you have had corsettroubles, Rengo Belt Corsets were made especially for you. Styles No. 41, 43 and 47 at $2.00 Style No. 50C at $3.50. FOR SALE BY GOLDEN RULE The Most Popular Trading Store Low Excursion Fares ON ACCOUNT FOURTH OF JULY TO All Points Within 200 Miles Tickets on Sale July 2, 3, 4, 1911 Return Limit, July 5, 1911. 1DtalleId lnfnrmnntlon regarding Rutra, Train Sorvice, etc., cheerfully furnished. D. A. GRIM, Ticket Agent. "The New Steel Trail." Missoula, Montana. It Can't Be Done No fair retail) piano-price will stand a discount of $100 or $50 to get a customer to buy one make instead of another make, nor to get a sale today instead of t next week. No eastern factory can stand any such discounts from their wholesale prices either. Now, what? Simple as A, B, C. Prices are first boosted high enougt to cover the discounts and a full retail price is still left for you to pay (if you buy on any such plan). If you don't like that system of selling pianos, then come to us for your,piano; for we are the Sonly "One Price" piano firm in western Montana. Orvis Music House S/ MISS0ULA KALISPELL --.--~--'-'-'~--. - SA STORE WHERE LADIES CAN TRADE 1 Fourth of July Speelals Saturday, July 1, and Monday, July 3. BEERS Pauhst FaIllmlous Bluoe Ribbon, 1 dozen q aorta ...................................... ChGtrden City Highlunder, 1 dozen quarts ........................................ T5 CALIFORNIA WINESI Port, Shorry, M'uscItel, Angelica and Tokay, %-gallon bottle'.....5 WHISKYS 1 full quart Ruby Hill1 with pint bottle Peach Jutleo ree............ 3OO0 Solomon's Family Liquor Store 11I Eset Main 8t. Phonee. Sell 57j Ind. U04 Mall Orders for Country Trade Given Prompt Attention, Free delivery to all parte nf the alty.