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ARiilVED One carload of soft wheat, vhnpped feed and mill feed. Ceretaia Just unlonded one car of C"re tans Flour, Rran and Shorts. I1alled Oat auld other cereanl. Now in the time to avail yourself if thie enr Ioadl prie. Ceretnna we are sell Ing now, per sack, $1.75. tracts. SCHILLINGS' We have a tll line of chll lIner' Teas and Coffreq and ,:x SEE OUR EAST WINDOW Fruits and Vegetoables freaii every morning. When you get them at Rellly's they are hotter. Wanted All who have chafed and suf fered from prickley heat to avoid future suffering by using. Violet Dulce Talcum Powder it, Iis he talcum with the de lightful, delicate violet odor that i. so refreshing and satlsfying that once used, always used. A sample this week if you ask for It; per box, 15b. Missoula Drug Co. Wholesale and Retail Druggslet Hammond Blook H. NH Bateman & Co. Drugs, Books, Stationery Prescriptions a Specialty 337 North Higgins Avenue PHONES Bell, 260 Red. Ind. 1655 ROwland, The Jeweler Wags., WI1ands, Jewelry Special attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRING 114 East Main Street. BLANK BOOKS LOOSE-LEAF BOOKS CARD INDEXES AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Agent for Underwood Typewriter. Typewriter Supplies. J. W. LISTER 114 East Main Street. Farmers If you have any extra nice speci mens of grain, fftit or vegetlable send them to us. We will have them exhibited In the cast. Chamber* Commerce 111 W. FRONT. Our Prices for Watch Repairing AfI. a little higher, but there-'s ia reason. In relairing nii Ainri' can iatch we use Illtatetil 'I.:ti' by the falt try that Imuils the watch. This coots morIIe thanII the implorted hIitation matertttial, hibt it gives bitter results. W'e pay the wages neIssll)ry to get repairer of the liighe+t skl'I. We <coul .i e flitney by getting wurkllen of it I, iwer grudle of skill, but your watch would suffer. Our prices tire just right for the iality uof imterlais and workrnansh'p. A lower pric': means lower qi :llty all ithrogh. Phine us aud we will call for Yiur intil crlock and deliver it free ouf charge. Building Andrew l.Agat known that he In no longer ma)or of Missoula, but he wla.he eoverybody else THE WRONOkniiw tl.it his black NUMBER tithll shop on Isint FProllt str(eet hi no longer thell nliio r's offlce'. It Iasn the lnyoiviir's office iat li time aln' d li tillI lihted thalit way In the telephon,' dilrec tly. Thereflre Mlr. Liogan dsh ilhesI wilhly fl'rnt his shoip into him offie' alny tha'. a day toil anv, ''er peopil \, .,t dl:lr ,e tol talk to Mayor Evanlllsl,. "T·I' :Il right," hie said yest,,rday, "ind I don't mil ansllwtering the calil. The' tlhing that worries e is thalllt I can see .a long thiu' filled' with telephonlne calln for Mayor vi\'tlls ahed and I behlieve thie l ic ull holIl lie Iput right onil this. .o, Just tell 'ern that the 'Mlayor's I1ffhii' In tlIhe bk Isn't the niunyor's iffi'.e in f til l It will lie it favor to ilt' aiil tol the rteal Ilninyor." At noin toidty thil, Mls.oUhla Miii inerhlior, hliiadeld by i rectt ir Adollph Kolitclt. le ivei for GEBANG Ih1ut Ii toi lplirtiilelinte In IN BUTTE tlihe stitte slingerflst Which begins thiu this morning T' Misl Inllll me are to silng onl Id'rlihiy eveningli, unil lii hey hiive hien wor'khlg ih'd iill their imniler. The Mmn Ahollt Town heird their list reliiiriul yestierdally iievening, lindl, judg Ing by it, their plrflormillnci' in lititte will be altogellltheir creditiuhle to Ithl city which they will rellresn:nt. The' Iprngrl ln in lllttle Ibegnlli this evenilllng with an, Informnili imnqluet ii ti urnuinl hall, tin 'ritlday evening tlhe granil ciln..rt wlil be held and Hntirilny will bhie levoted to the election oi offhicers alnd the plrfeltlion of tIhe oirganizatiotn. o(in Slundlly thIe delegates will tour the $mniok)y city, meeting In the afterinoonl for the competlitive singingll for whlich two iu'ill have' been olfferei nd I Illn which the lIoiial slingers hope to i ke honors The prlgram lll r rlidlay et'vl'l ilg will Ie its lollows: O(vi ltl:re ............... ie.iaftln orchestra "Amnerl" ......... Mntalnta llalnetgerlbund Ve tilion, "O s ianl " . ........... ............. ........................... Montana S iu ngerhund lng ................. Orent hall Mlinnerilicor I ngll ............. ..fle rllanli c if Hill'na Hing ........ ... ....l. . tto Ilohe'lliiian artit ................... . J. I :lls, A. it. Harks H.olg ............ MslmsotllIt Maennerhorll Intertnlislion Overturln r........... ... Hi tft's Orchestra iungi .... ............... Oillint n Ml ilennerchor .tipranni lo ..........Mrs. Mattle Collllls Snlg . . . ............ Ilutte itederkrniz Song, "L'rulinglltmarsit ......... ........... ...... .............llllll iMontn H ',ngerhund S li nd chlrlus, "Mllllontuna" ...... .. Mlrs. M. Ctllinl, Monlltana Hlaenigerbulnd. Thlie ini w wlh ill reprliesent nMi.nssouil are: Director Koilltch, P. W. Kupliial, Htigo Slollllig, I. \W. Ilerwl.'g, . . Mitch. ('lor Hehlllinldr, PIeter 'rhill, i%'. W\\erw lit-r, J.1 H h'lt 'rh l. Dlr, . A. C. I i ,ge find J41111l D i.il ftell. In thlis wonderfil itge when it li pii i stihi toi talk trioss it iiuntitnt iind whn even the Semrp 8CIENCE'i. pirn an itttieiiliiits win, PROGRESS It i In pr'tty Ilrui t startle people, bill the progressive \Wiestern |Union TIelegrcaiph I'compnlyl lrll Ih Inottl'illllltn which in to bi' ihi wIi ler io it cIll hlti' ful t It I t Ili' the Westllern I'tlin hll s it ripull tiii ll fit' lthe vel ry liuti ait I inl, ltlald thil millpany not modle this statement in aidvertisentllnt or its nidvllages it would be hiard to believe. Judge for yourellIvts. The Western lnlion .fly, in a hliudhill irulautedl In Lake City, Mlinl.: "\Wir' ,lout' wvife,. mInother, slt next mnrariig." T'hink of that. 'Trhere tiir ilr sal l ith il t ll lic ~li' lietr el r iurl y isn ta slition fior itlil r umtlitl troubles. t'iniioilt idl'iied a wniilh. rful tinllrpora tiiitI. Todally Is lhe lg dailly iiof the yi'r for till, .uliny w 0ll. if the hilrst Methlo tldist church. The 'i un CHILDREN ilii plintic of tilt' s.,chool TO PihtNIC Is lallray" iti big fieature t(,l ntll lll .I. I, Ilin h itill ti n ye r ddetd At hIl tllhu, l it 1 tI i'liyutl i Xc'l l t''c ltit I "rlispuittitnit fi'. ilit it . x.i , ll itr uu lt.ihis will hi oi tlut , ltlii r iulu'ti tritir tn hit'i " ilm rninil' for lhl cthiiihlrlni, tlhllr frllilig Inil Wipartsiit. 'lle traih hlvythei citylR iat :4:0 ii nI l ii t h le inii Ic nl' li will h, tll unl, t oI tlhl Nall,lNi L tpiul', niilnlf luil' tli iu 'i ith lii kltl I a ih i fili mi hlluS il ii i t i jwii' for kiut f'r'll ti w ill, T l try . Lin iilii g ,, it lt tiil. i, to ch i i i AUTO SUPPLY STATION. Kallwl. i.l, Aug. 9.--.(14tlhl!.) -..Thet fiti t u''nnit hile seto py Station to u) eItathlishhtd on the n.w Kallspell-to (lmhut'r park roatlyway hita hen put in 1by Jack .Vi4s, Ia ftntnir prnpri'tor or stag i lnes run. i r lt 1Ituttt to L.ke Mle nitnl11d. :l ) it fall .supply (if 1 , o.i 11no 1ll Ins lit'lit In hslo'rI' fI' excurs|io| au MEET TODAY. 'he Piill+t l i.tllis' M11 i .ionarry s5i clttvy l|i l.. t is l l 'l aft 'lrn l at 2::30 u'ihou'k with Mrs. IP. II. Iltiitell, 410 ItIItltd av\inue. M1tlllM.Itbers iul frilends rt Itnvitd. Automobile for Rent New 5-passenger car, $15.00 per day, $2.50 per hour; city calls 50c per per son. J. J, DEAKIN Bell 670, Ind. 8272 M+ONEY Tn loan on Improved city and farm property. 8%. Interest For three or five yrnre with privi lege of rf paymn(nt of whole or part In two and a half years. Winstanley Realty Investment Co. Western Montana National Bank Building, Missoula, Mont. WONDERFUL SIORIES OF CLOUDBURSTS GALLAGHER AND PHOL RETURN FROM FISH CREEK AND TELL OF WATER- SPOUTS. 'hief ('r (Clerkl Jie (Cnllngher and lire.mtnl Prank PIhol, whl,). with Chief ('lerk Illtunney', mtll tul p n trio of fisher men frnom the Northe'rn Pacific head Iuatirte'rs to explore the Fish creek dis trict early last week, followed Mr. Iolinne.y home yesterday. They report having had a mnst enjoynble trip, al though their fishinhlg \las spoiled dur Ing the last few dlays by leveral cloudhursts that matde high and m:tlddy water In the stream. Most of the caitcll which they intended to bring home they were compelled to eat he fore leaving, as their provisions ran very low. Iltwever, Onlnlagher and Phol are not at a loss for a subject of Interest to dtlscus in connection with their trip. They very gracefully have substituted the usual fish stories with cloudburst storles, nnd ulp to a late hoer yesterday thcy had made good with their new line of talk to a surprising degree. The oral pictures drawn of sorte of their experiences defies any attempt ait reproduction in ltype. They ttmust be heard to be Itp preclated. FOWLER SUCCEDED BY A. M. BURT OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT MADE THAT HEAD OF FARGO DIVI SION WILL COME HERE. A. tf. hurt, now utlperintenldent ')f the Iargel division of tihe Northern Pi'lfl f, hits been i e'eted tlas the riw sullerintendenlt of the Rocky Moun-p taUin tliv'si.ti tt suieceed HSoperin tendent B. M. I'owler, rlesigned. Thlis \tord wits iretlved at letal hedta.nr It ra yesterday morning andll the change Is to be effective on August 14. Alr. Ilurt, a well-klnown railrtltd n111111 iIllllng the enatelrn division.s of the lilne, will arri\e Ihere Illn day or two aild spend it ctoupllt of daysll goingl over the affairs of the division with Mr. IFowler bIefore he leaheV.. 11r. I"t'ir if himself one of the old tlll railway men it' the conmpny i"l fltce years ago he wa sup11 lIervisor on the St. l'nul divihnt and then wont to (rll Ud Forks i.s asllistan t sup)rin-ll tlendeltlt.h. 1 H 1 ils lter rai.ed to s1 per ltedtlent of the t.Dukttiota dlvilon, with heIlladll uarters at n otII s1 . II , rIenuin-I - IBg Il thlit ('r1ity for six or eight yeart. L.t i pring he it' s transferr'ed ito i "lrgo ;i s sprintlde t of that dlvi.lon. Mlr. lturt hls it splitdhil r.ecottd iand, it it is nee i strty that Ml'. l'iowler lea ve, it r. Bltt Is the tl of na eaLrl City, r. I., Atg. 9.-Jludg Al ht'e In the elr'"it court hel't' today aiwart d to oMrs. Henry N. Wteakley of (t lllba, Ntb., tit, l mother of il'Je-yV t -r hl e (s'hnle l Jln s , thle estinly of the buy, alle'gd to have been kept In Pa ase t It chitlens. O The hOalig otemi, d bul a t w llhlutes. The Fouth"r alld boy p ti et 5to lhtlia il Barber & Marshall Good Things to Eat. Phones-Bell 20; Ind. 420 Buy a Can of Pure Olive Oil "Re Umberto" Oil OUTCOME OF QUIZ ANNINCED RESULTS OF STATE EXAMINA TION FOR ENTRANCE TO HIGH SCHOOL PUBLISHED. Parents and educators will he Inter ented to know of the results of the all year school that has been tried in Missoula this year for the first time. A session of four weeks was held after the close of the regular school term for the benefit of pupils who were de ficient in one or more subjects. One hundred and fifty children attended this session and 140 If them suc ceeded In removing their conditions luring the four weeks. Then, after an Intermission of one week, another ses sion wasl held for the i),,efit of pupils whilo had falkld to pass the state ex aminations for entrance to the high school. The number who failed was very small to begin with, but practi cally all of those will he aIle to clear their conditions In the examinatlona that will be given August 23-26. This showing seems to prove that the sllniller sessions are ta long step for ward in the Way of giving a square deial to the children who, have for one reusn"ll or another fallhen behlld In school work. (if the 67 pupils from the city schoolIs who wrote on l.the eighth grade exlminatilons in June, ten failed in one slIject, three failed i In two sulljects, and two failed in ronly one suabject, but failed to make a total of 675 cred its accordlng to tile rulle governilng the examilnlltion which statis: "A pull shall Ie eligible) to write at any regular examllnation ripen such subjects as he is shown, by written statellent of his principal or teacher to have completed afterward in n sat lsfactory manner. He shall be al lowed credits in all suhjects In which he makes a grade of at least 75 per cent, geography and physiology In cluded. When all sulljects, with the exception of geography uad physiol ogy (if those have been previously passed) are taken at any one exami nation, provided tlat eighth A sub jects shall not be taken out of their regular order as prescribed by the state course of study, thel candidate shall he allowed credit in all subjects In which he makes 65 per cent and over, provided that he hils a total of 675 credits in all subjects, Including the credllts previously obtalnedr In geog raphy and physiology: and provided further that, having a total of 675 credits, he may Ib passed with 60 per cent In two subjects, except In arith metic and grammar, when, In the judgment of the examining board, such action serves the best interests of the pu1p11. If his total number of credits Is less than 875, he shall be required to write at a subsequent regular exanml nation upon all pubpects In which lie has received less than 75 per cent." The total number of papers written by the 67 pupil wnas 457. only 1, of which fell below grade. Ily subjects they ware history, 1: rcilng. 1: spell Ing, 3; gramlmar, 7: arithmetie, 6: w\hich lmeans that tilhe percentage of plIoI(rs passed was 96. Prlincipals anlld teachers will begin next week to get the new text Ibooks r, ; le' for dlstribution. It requires 7.00n books to fulnish the pupils In the citly schools and the first cost will be about $4,000. 'lThere will be a county tetchrrs' ex namlnatlon given at the hlgh school building on F'rlday and Saturday, Al glut 25 ald 26, at the same time with the eighth grade examinations. BURIINGHAM COMPANY GETS READY TO START ,llbIy, Aug. 9.-(Speclal.) - The charter fIr the new Turlingham I.linmber 'i;iulpany has arrived In ,ibby and the work of get tinKg the oirganizatlon cotmpleted Is be Ilng pushed is rapidly as possible. 11. '. tlurlingham has gone to Gateway to complelt the Inventory of the mill prolperty there and just as soon as It can be done work will commence on dismanltllng the plant and shipping It tio l.ilhhy. The fIlrst work to be done here will he the flixing if the road up Parlmenter 'leek, so thlt the necessary machlinery ,an be tllken in and the work of bulld Ing the milll commenced. tl'ollowlng this will he tile construction of the flume from the mill to the railroad truck at .llhhy. Wlhen completed it \tlI Ie one oif the finest plants In the country and one of the most economl e.tl Inl ts ',st of production. This son coitrn hals the timber on Parmenter erelok. Ipurcllilused from the forest serv' Ice, liboutl .li per cent of which Is ex c llenit whit . pine. LITTLE FIRE DANGER. I.Ihly, .\ t. 9.-(Speclal.)--Almost d:ily anlts I'n i the past two weeks l\hav given the Kootenal national for eset till l.Inln county such a soaking that it iLs mt thought there will be iIInt lnngi.r ,fI forest fires during the hlnli,i I' ithi summer season. On Lc'(' t llll thI! rains manlny oif the flre. glrltds h:ave Ihon taken off duty lland sentt tI thlt Y.lkti basin, In the northern plllrt f thi ,e unty, where they will assist in the \ork of surveyling andt clasilxivrg th agricultural latnds In ihv. l',lr.t ril 't.rve wh!ch are to be oplel d to settlhale nt. MOURNING FOR MUTINEERS. 'tadiz., $i.-in, Aug. .--In protest ;gtinst the Itx cutlon of the mutlneetrs ,It b.llrd th l:attleshlp Nu nta 'lra, the Snitlre ilushl s life of the city was lsusiltendild I,tody. Stoers were closed, street ctar lin, stppped and streamers moiit u i tl i' it tiLped front the houises. It's Fierce, But Can't Be Helped. You c;l btl\ one of the trunks that mallde llslmonhl famous at cost during thi. sale,. ,)n't forget that. Evans Blros. TrItrlll Co., 804 Higglns avdnue, downstairs. OF A IE PROPERTY OWNERS DISCUSS QUESTION OF PAVING AND LIGHTING STRElT. Some 25 Higgins avenue property owners met with the city commislon. ers at the city hall last evening and discussed plans for the paving and lighting of Higgins avenue. The dis cussion was Interested and long, but the property holders expressed no definite wishes other than that there he a doub:be street-car track on th, avenue and that the street be thor ocghly lighted and properly paved. S. R, Inch presented a lighting proposi tion on behalf of the lMissoula Light & Water company which seemed to meet with approval, but no expresslon was *made regarding the paving. As a result of this meeting, how ever, the way Is clear for Paving Engineer Plew and he will proceed at once with the work of drawing up the plans and specifications for the Im provement. He attended the meeting armed with numerous rough estimates as to the cost of the proposed work. The paving of the avenue with creosoted wood-blocks will cost In the neighborhood of $50,000. A double street car track will lessen the cost by about 10,0n00, he said. He also displayed profiles and maps of the street which show that the avenue Is In had shape, not only as regards grade, but as to the width of th', side walks. It is the plan under the Im provement to have 1S-foot sidewalks on the avenue, leaving a roaldway of 63 feet. Tills will necessitate the tear ing up of many walks and an anddl tlnal cost to some property owners. The corst of the paving Itself, he estl .,t.ted, will be about $550 to each 80 f.et of frontage. Mr. Inch's plan for the lighting of tne street calls for eight magnetlte lights to each block. This will cost property hollers about $250 a month. Mr. Inch said that the cost .f lighting the business districts of other Montana cities ranged from $215 to t240. The plan proposed here, he said. will give Higgins avenue the best light in the west-about seven times itter than that furnished aL present. It was also suggested that enough light would be furnished by a magne titc light on each of the four corners at elery street Intersection. This plan ceemed to meet with more approval. Whatever the contract entered into, the property holders were reminded tecnot, under the laws of the' state exceed three years. WESiERN SIANDARD BOX ADOPTED MISSOULA FRUIT AND PRODUCE ASSOCIATION HAS SPLEN DID MEETING. There was a good meeting of the stockholders of the newly-organlzed Missoula ilrult anld Produce assocla tion at the Orchard Homes clubhouse last evening. C'onslderable more stock In the corporatlon was sold andt there was a general discussion of the heat methotids to be adopted for the handling of the produce of the members of the association this season. The association decided to adopt the western standard apple box for the local crtp. This is the box generally used here, althotgh a box of different shape, but of the sam0e size, known as the western special standard, has found favor with some. This stand for ia uniform box is considered a very im portant step for the fruitgrowers of the commllunity. SIGNAL CODES FOR FORESTS. Kallspell, Aug. 9.--(pdcial.)-The perfection of a sllnal code to be used by the patrols in the forest during the fire danger season has been accom hdished by Ranger W. C. McCormick of the BIlackfoot national ftLrest, In charge of the North Fork region. Fronm the lookout stations it Is asserted signals may be transmitted 15 or 20 niles Iby the use of flags. The for estry department and the North Mon tana iForestry association, which is co operating with the state and govern Ient in the forest fire matter, will adopt the code for use by their pa trols. IMPROVEMENT PLAN FOR BROOKS STREET The city commissioners voted yes terday morning to establish improve mnent district No. 10 on Brooks street from South Higgins avenue to the city limits. Cement sidewalks, curbs, culverts alnt crossings will be placed on the street. The space between the sidewalk and the curb will be parked anld seeded and trees will be set out. August 15 has been set aas the date for hearing otijctions. A sidewalk was ordired pacedt in front of block 5 of Sclhooll addition. CONFIRMS REPORT. Cheyenne, Aug. 9.--Bishop J. J. Keanle of the Cathollc diocese of Wyo ming tonight confirmed a report that he had been nominated for the arch bishopric of Dubuque. We sell Ice Cream, Milk, Cream, Butter, Buttermilk. MISSOULA CREAMERY 401 West Cedar "Come and See It made." SSPENCERS WHERE YOU CAN ALWAYS BUY FOR LESS Here are a few items worth your consideration: Ladies' fine lisle colored ,hose ........................ ........................17 Ladies' fine lisle lace hose ....................................28 Boys' hose, 10#; also others at two for .......................25. The best in the country at the price. Ladies' white, fine, hemstitched handkerchiefs.........h Special on kimonos, regular $1.75; each ..................$1.25 Ladies' fine gauze vests, each ...... ........................................10( Big cleanup on all Valenciennes laces, yard..................5; Small size ladies' oxfords, regular $3.50 and $4.00;' sale price only ...................... ....................... ................ $1.95 Large can talcum powder ...........................................................150 Extra special corsets up to size 25, only.....45c, 55c, 89c Fine box stationery, regular price 25c ............................10O You Can't Afford to Pass Up Bargains Like These I__ BONDING COMPANY WANTS TO QUIT DEMANDS TO BE RELIEVED OF BOND OF CITY TREASURER SHOVLIN OF JUTTE. Butte. Arg. 9.-(Special.)-Accord ing to developmnents at tonight's sple cial meeting of the city council, there is some question as to whether or not the city Is secured by bond against the actions of its city treasurer. in the ground that the city council has not appointed any bank as it author Ized.deposltory of the city's funds, the United States Fidelity & Guaranty company of Baltimore has asked to be relieved from further reliability on the bond of Daniel Shoovlln in the sum of $150,000. In its communication the bonding company alleges the city coun cil and the city treasurer have failed to live up to the requirements of the bond. The cotmmunication Is dated July 21 and there appears to be some question as to whether the bonding company is relieved by Its own action or whether the bond will remain in force until the company is relieved by the action of the city council. The mayor stated tonihgt that any tender of a return of the premium will be re fused. The matter was referred to the finance committee. According to an opinion rendered by Attorney Maury action )s probable by the city looking to the recovery of the sum of $11,009.34, alleged to have been an excessive charge collected by the Butte Water company since January 1, 1908. It is held by Mr. Maury that under a contract with the city the water company is bound to furnish free all water for sprinkling in con sideration of the city paying $50 per antnumi flor each of 452 hydrants. RAPID-FIRE ROMANCE OF GREAT FALLS GIRL Great, Falls, Aug. 9.-(Rpecial.) Ross Edgar Wright, interested with the Potters of Chicago in the gas business in half a dozen cities of the middle west and himself a ('hicagoan. ended a romance of three months here today by marrying Miss Eulalle Rteager, his stenographer in his com pany's gas office in this city. Miss PF'ager had been employed by the company in their office at Hannibal, Mo.. where her parents reside. She camue to this office a year ago, re cently7 Mr. Wright came here to have pers'onal charge of the office for a few months and in her work its book keteper for the company she was also stenograuher for Mr. W'right. They fell In love at sight and within three weeks after Wright's arrival here their friends were told they were to wed. Tidtlay Mr. and Mrs. H. It. Dunn, also of t'hlcago, Hcere the attendants at the wedding. Mr. Dunn is interested with Wright and the Potters In the gas business. PARK SUPERINTENDENTS ELECT. Kansas City, Aug. .9.-Officers were elected and Boston was chosen as the p'ace for the fourteenth annual con vention of the American Association of Park Superintendents today at the session of the thirteenth annual meet ing of the association. W. H. Dunn, superintendent of parks of Kansats City, was elected president, and F. L. Mulford of Washington, D. C., was chosen as the secretary and treasurer for the ensuing year. J. W. Thompson of Seattle was elected one of the six vice presidents. RESPECT FOR FRYE. Washington, Aug. 9.-Out of respect to the late Senator William P. Frye of Maine, who died In Maine yesterday, the senate adjourned immediately after meeting at noon today. Official an nouncement of the,death was made by Senator Johnston of Maine. Resolu tilons of sympathy were adopted and Change of Schedule Beginning Monday, July 24, the big Sight-Seer Will leave Ravalll at 6 a. m. Fare to Ronan, $2.50. The "Arrow" will leave Ravalll at 10:15 a. m., connecting with No. 41t. Fare to Rlonan, $3.50; Poison, $5.00. These cars connect with steamer Montana for Kallspell and on re turn trip connect with all afternoon Northern Pacific trains, east and west. STANLEY SCEARCE, Come Out and See Our Plant Standard Lime & Brick Co. 112 East Cedar Bell 1060 Ind. 1683 Take a Kodak on Your Vacation SMITH'S DRUG STORE SOUTH SIDE PHARMACY. HENLEY, EIGEMAN & CO. GROCERS 115 Hilgins Avenue Bell Phone 87. Ind. Phone 474. The best of everything in the mhrkat Fine Watches and Repairing Diamonds E. H DEMING Jeweler and Optician 120 Higgins Avenue. Missoula. Mont. Window Glass At SIMONS 212 Higgins Avenue. For a Nice, Juicy Steak Patronize The Royal Cale Under new management. H. E. CAMPION. Prop. It takes a long time and a hot fire to make raspberry jam Why not let your wife smile over her work by giving her a GAS RANGL MISSOULA GAS CO. 720 8. First W. ell Phone 5S6 MIX & SONS GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HAY, GRAIN AND WOOD. Knowles' Block. 104 South Thir Phonees Ind. 745; Dell 517. Vice President Sherman named a com mittee to attend the funeral at Lewis ton, Maine. FATAL BOILER EXPLOBION. Rotterdam, Aug. 9.-A boiler on the Rhlne steamer Duntsberg exploded today with fatal rsgults. Two sailors were killed, the captain and several passengers were severely injured and three other persons are missing, and It is supplosed they were blown over board. The funnel and portions of the ;boiler were hturled through the walls of a buillding on shore. BLUE PRINTS made by eleotriclty, day or night. James H.. Bo.eyr, courthouse. Thirteen states have boiler 'In spection law's and fourteeft officially Inspect ba~ery shops.