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y Iae eoulead of soft wheat, chopped Sfd ani mill teed. Ceretaiia Just unloaded one car of (eero Sa lour. Bran and bhorts. ]tnlled ýts.týid other eereals. Now Is the ime tQ avail yourself of the car lod04 price. Ceretana we are sell. i nlaw now, per sack. $1.75. S tracts. SCHILLINGS' We have a full line of .ehll bIfa' Teas and Coffees and' x SEE OUR EAST WINDOW Fruits and Vegetables fresh every motning. When you get them at Iellly's they are belter. ir p ' i Today t, McDonald's Special saturday Chocolates i 35c lb. None better at any price. V Ilssoula Drug Co. W holeale and Retail Druggists 1 i ammond Blook tt It IL Bateman & Co. Drugs, Books, Stationery Prescriptions a Specialty , 837 North Higgins Avenue ! PHONES Bell, 260 Red. Ind. 1655 ' - . _ _ - ---· - -V 3ewland, The Jeweler a !Wlhes, Hamu ds, Jewelry Specall attention given to PINE WATCH REPAIRING F 114 East Main Street. BLANK BOOKS LOOSE-LEAP BOOKS t CARD INDEXES AND OFFICE SUPPLIES Agent for Underwood Typewriter. n Typewriter Supplies. NI J. W. LISTER 114 East Main Street. Farmers 1 If you have any extra nice specl- H mens of grain, tI.t or vegetables I. .end them to uti. We will have c them exhibited In the east. I Chamber of Commerce 111 W. FRONT. SOur Prices for Watch Repairing ARE a little higher, but thsere' a reason. II rep|airing In .tniI tn rl cniln watch we i ve IInluterii I e by the factory that lade the watch. This coasts miore than the Imported hnitctli maii rvial, btt It gives better results. We pay the wages necrxa:ry t to get repairer fa the highest skl!l. W'e <oald save anlly ty t getting worikmlen of a iiiwr t grade of skill, but y.,ur watelt would suffer. Our prices are just right ftr the alilty of mnatlrialt s anil worknmanship. A lower ,. I,re nlall is . l .n r gqi lity all through. Phonte us ant wt, wi c l l fll r four mantel .clik uandtl dliivir it free of charge. kfliwIE otel Spild ii (')one of tire intetutlng items whioh aonle over Ilth .ArelllitlI Pr[ries wire Iatst niglit wai the little GETTING Mtory whh'lh told if the 1LOCATED trriv;ll in New York ,f 1 1 it irlhnui If lilttt r lou t - ch'rrli eN. 'rhir,, tas a little jiubiie in The Miiin.uilln offlie' whni thil. din untih wait riend, fur the. Ill IlItack (sherry is p|olular thfre, and the I'4nrm er ,;iltir dlit,'lilreld hie knlw the Igla Itl1tek 1isOn \iw"Iul ireank lit, the' An ',.inter'd freesMnner fr l.int-r, lint he i..eltt't thmnght that '('iv York ti-asmt a,'lt,' lup it the ex'ellen' e ,f thel Hlilt ter im 'it fritt B Mrlt. "tint," he in t tiiIed, "thiere iri', i giiid lllty of thIN'R' New\ Yrl'kl'r wtho hI l\e ntinl tlihe Iitt, r Pent lately uind thiy lire Inlnig smout of their prollav'Iiiill; the.y ar', get Ling ruldy to L.e iiure deeli.'it than theiy uced to Ibe. If iti inn Ie tlltt.iI the Ilx Illlnek 5I.ln IIa they lari Iput ihournl the triatic at I nnlo, he w III l twaýM Ilk.' them and wheth,,r ho IM In Niew York or Hlt'inegatiitublt ilr NillinM ' other foretl palrt, he will rush fur ( th em'very (hnllt, he gets. io I Lnn ht eurprilied. T'he Inllcint Iellfirnll lniy other Mupi'lmn, that there IM u.nme thing htiainlt iiiilt lithe Aninihted IPrils. Tlyi'rF' are tiles w\hen I luelle thn it, hit thl fart tlhat the PigI IIIh.k I'hserrluN tIoIuheI l the MpnI, hIIIwN that thit.' A. C. IM till right it tites." "Just tihei aine," nild0 the ltrillrn,'d W'onderer, "tlaut Ilttle tIll. atnllt In do. llig IL greallt dentli to tad LOLO virtils' thie Ilittinr IlGot EATS csherry itnd lit the naEllil Sthune It in makin g life hnapplr fur fr h lot of people. Just nit In oin, end of It ciilech on theilt fltter liomt tralins, giing up or diwn, und wat(chl the' (celloe whIenI this' bruk'illln .'lllal ,1.1. 'rhnslle who hatsve males tIheI trip hut"l're know wha|lt INa nimlng alnd s th'y get tilIr sltmer rueady for the boys' rail of 'Tie illtg Plhlk lnelN. telln a i.sx.' Those who sire making the trip the first Ill,,, soon huctle to get a dimle rleadly. en'th one sof themn, lind there Is a llx of cshrrel.is i prIItttlentlly' Severy sent In the train. (lslnRg up, the - cherrles' Itre (olltig and rfreNhing; cmillng diowI In tile tillirnlnKl. Ihl.'y tniuke a guoid first (.ourse of brleakfastt for thlpaR withi hat',le hleft Hamlilltoll toll S(rllly In thle iurnlinl to (,.tt. Th|e I, l lo chulFrries uilways Iitike n tilt with the, n1wclll.ners tid they advoertiee tthe frutit intl th i lls' v yeI'. It I itn g d illhenlllt ind It pllte at little monensy into tile Iaoc'kets, of those Ive, lidli at i.Ilo. who deserve It. New York hIt1 wanked up, all right, ibut you will fltin that tilhe Iny$ lit 1olo hltd nollethllln; to do withll thIe aItwak,'ning." (lmmerge lF. lrooks of ii lltlllltn (clum dli,\ll the vlllu t uy yunterdaly IItlrrnilng. MFr. Ilr'o,dku Itrt hIllndhl BROOKEI a lot sof hlitter Ihtot HOPEFUL tfir property during 1tlo pliut I WI sNlinnlns Salind fulr ix y.arni It hIe ha halndled a gr lint molnlnlt of hitter lIout fruit. tie IN o if .m h .r the taunh udvt'uatre of hoIn Ie t aind nd tlilinltl pe king ull 1111 shilll pi itig Iunl he ifa flrnlk in hils nutiertlllii thllt lirll 1tan will Iur edl'i' in tIle ir' ct'(irl liusl ii IIIs tihe ll lt ler Io t lwhtl In l1nt Oil the' iilllire In l hi urtllllg lland piel'klnlg. "W\'hin the eundllislltlon min, the retnller ltnd the tilthlutte con sltaner linrn thallt till i Itter Ilnilt brandili on the ed of It luIx standsllll f'or honeltllLI nlellhde tid when tlhiy knlol tIllit the box with lihit lihtilind is exnatly whalt it In reprlirn ltld iti hri. Ith',t anod lint till than will the ll' l'l d 11 lt lhe liee'iNfulll. 'Ilhel're In Nplelndid futllrre Lil('Il'eil, I 111 Mltl's' 1tutu it IN ll itnlI lli rii b ftrel the fril titgrl tlles of the illttt Iltu t, lbutl they vlll \'a to lo r, the i 'ls Ithey resi l e t, he p sit lilli t ' ihig ' itIo thi ll'', 1 iiin' IItiil Ili thiltit il ltiii 111111" thellll I ntll . uit" il't t iin ell ni llg oit all rligt t. iThelll Il iin ' ii leit i ied I. ,atl i iter , r hltr i.td the n lr l it lh i Ilil ii lil i l' " ' iF l lilill i 1l .liiffa l'f it'll, th l'ItV t' iii ill tiltt' t.M in liti r;i Slhll, l ttl ' lterl it wi ll' h' l i' al' ll lii'er Itrn . The grutIi It lil Mill Il' i thaillt ' iit ''eint hiniself, hi , i ti'lilt s.' getill ltllt nitf thie'' -, innlll slt or w v itlll hllrn ti l t dtl cerll . i.' e lll ll'lnlling tI. w , g llt it . w e u tl. h1e11 u I ii h t. I'Ul i ll t I w , gt it, w, li il hrv. t le' i tll h tim ce Ihll.." II,(l ".'" ilu klled Johlln l iiltler oilf the. I Mtin Abouitt Tiwi y'l-l GBLUE PINT. mde by eilectlicity, day or he ght. Jams. i-i Banner, ourthou eri. f th ..' Automobile for Rent New -5passenger car, $15.00 per day $2.50 per hour: city calls 50c per per J. J. DEAKIN $ll 670. Ind. 2W7& MONEY To loan on improved city and farm property. 8% Interest For three or five years with prlvi lege of repayment of whole or part in two and a half years, Winstanley Realty Investment Co. Western Montana National Bank JBuilding, Mlnsoula, Mont. MISS LOUISE M'GEE TAKES LEAD FOURTH COUNT IN DAILY CON TEST SHOWS CHANGES IN THE STANDING. The fourth coun110t of bnllnts In the John I. anilly eontest was made at tile Daily mIanrkets lust evening and showed that the contest is wrmling up con siderubly. Miss Loulre McGee leads them tll in the cunt today, she hav Ing 675,000 vo1tes to her credit, while •Miss ileatrile un111y Isn close second. To, tile winner of the cntest goen a high-il-l-i 11 ,lilno, aheolutely free of cost. To otiher e'llnhites' prizes of considerable vallce' lisol will be given lnnay. The. n contest is open to all and every Ipurclhaser, nlo mattrr what he or she' may Ibuy, Is exp.ected to partici pate. Don't forget to secure your coIt pon whtenl ,eyou htly, and don't for fet to cast yott' votes wlhen you get them. The standlng of caltlidatoe lust night was: I.oulse Me(lIe, 1521 Defe ..........675,050 Beatrice Haley, ,lI Rivet' street .389,720 Ellen Anderson, 5'22 N. Secoend west .. .. . .. .. ..... 137,50 Mnlleic A. D)aly, I'lxton hotel.. 127 250 Ruth Zeiglir, 715 Honith ueend west ............ ........... 105,390 Rose Ronsbaich, 11:19 Cooper...... 72,150 IHletln M. ItObl)n, 212 Soulth Fifth west ....... .. ...... 14,800 Maril, n tlc'k-rd, 1310 \'ne........... 43,350 Itene Ilunsen, c'ehardl tlhmes . 7,700 Mary Martin, iest sidt..... .... ,OO Carrie Allen, 726 I'rlin avelue.... 2.300 Marguerite' Benne'tt, :111 H. Maltin 1,250 Malltr I. Hlo.ffilttlln. 624 N. See. c('lont West .. ....... 1,150 LIIIlan Norris .. ...... 1,150 Ellzabeth leaerd. 4011 C('ttonw,ood 1,000 Oludys 1re'wer, 511: HBtlth See tctnd1 west .. . . .... . 1.000 Adine II. ('yr, 502 W'. Slprrce ... 1.000 \Wyonetta Grelnt, :I1 .W. ('edtr. . 1,000 NeII Ilughes., 411 Alder street . 1,000 tiertha Jolnees, 702 ,. Sixth waest 1,0001 O()lge L. ILenk, 7081 Iilset nellOllnl 1,000 I.ola Pritchard, 509 Soutlh ith'at w est .......... ... ..... . ..... .... 1,000 Myrtle M. Sappingt.lllgun, 9215 )foo 1,100 lertlt ZiEese.mer. e 2e'3 ' l 2 nlmt . 1.000 Alhailne' Ills, 403 Nerth I,".urth.. 1,1).000 Antn IltishI*, Slst er' h spllitaI.. 1,001) llnzel 1D. Itlird, (11inwood e dd. 1,1(10 ll's. John J. Anderseen, Steplhens I & Frnkilnll .. . . . 1,000 SAN FRANC!SCO MAN It txu PLEASED WITH CITY rl 'l . L. r)t I't run, It Fali t i wtl Yl llo| , \ I t' r ,reserntil the 'ells ,argo-Nevada n- NItielal balk r at the MC ntnt B Hat.ledI I ttanker'l' ettt 'hingc t in1 A4acundi , splent rn yhstrdy lo-kinlg ovr this city. 4Tis C Is M'Er ihui' first visit In fontana i ani he Is ni kinul .g Ia (;arful insptctitnt til of caoh of the kitaling iltlic in the iI state. Gr2at falls, I tllingts and Yell5w. 11stone lark 1b r yot to he visited by. the ('alifonia lln, but Mr. |)ivs haid EyEstGTrdy thLat he ,l.......red M..sso althe mII t i utti l'ul city in Montana, l lests (treat Nulls or ltllrings should t here .............. li It's Fierce, But Can't Be Helped. X Y"to ( ntai buI. onu u' the triunks (th 1t 'Il lll .i. ssiula flliu us it clst during 1 u this sulte. l o 't forget that. Evans 1 llen. 'Trunk cl.lll , 2114 ilggils avenuel ý1e I wnv airst. by Good Things to Eat. Phones--Bell 20; Ind. 420 to RIPE TOMATOES, It.............100 n1 UKtIL , . ... ... ...... .... .......4 04 ,i They Ir red Int and ripe withl t, th trlue t)ll at taste. SCUCUMBER8..... 1o€ and 15( l rtit'ge uni t snail, with the green lrintllt its su m 1uch r tllahed ie tg BLACKBERRIES, 2 hxcs .. 254 Dead black in culhr; feesh untd god. EGG PLANT, lIs ........... .... 254 er, ctlleg, eduthlion." 'Tr'y) them tr.lrd brown after dipping In butter. They are fine. PEACHES, basket ......................456 The 'Clifornlia Crawford, yelloiw 10 the pit, and delicious. r* PLUMS, basket ......... .. 0¢ Thu larger yellow and blue kinds; full of 1n1at. w m,, m i nn m ma u ,,mm ~ umm m m Imn • nnn--.L- nmal-nnnmmmm mm PERMAWNNT EXPERM STAION FOR FIELD DISTRICi NUMBER OMi Problems Presented by White Pine Forests of Westeri Montana and Northern Idaho Are Peculiar-Chief o Silvics Zon of Washington Office Here to Select Site. Raphael Zon, chief of slvie's from the Washington office of tihe forest service, arrived here yesterday to take up it line of Investigative work in this district, which will require several monnth of work. Mr. Zon has jdst finished a sperial investigation of ex perlnirenti sowlng and planting opera tions in ('olorado and has nisi gonlle over the' work being carried on in the forest experlment stations located in rield dl-tricts No. 2 and No. 8-sta tins maintained for carrying on ex perinments in natural and artificial re forestation, for gathering stll, and climate data in their relation rto ge.rnlination and growth of trees, In fIrmntlon which has already saved the service thousands of dollars in ad v;tanc'ng reforestation work alorng the Ipropler lines. Mr. Zon's coming to MlIssorulal s uine to the policy recently adopted for placing the investigative work of the service upon a broader basis. I'"orester a'raves recently set forth hii plan In this regard and wrote tlie district forester here as fol liwVs: "For several months I hIlte b)een rlanxious tri work out a plan for cor rtahting all investigative work in the dllstricts as well as in the Washington iloffice. My feeling is that In the past we' have often undertaken studies of imerely temlporary or local interest without being guided by any definite Ipolicy. The plan now decided upon is to have all the investigative work of the service directed by a central com mittee in the Washington office work Ing in ro-operation with ti,e respective branches. This central committee is to review all plans for investlgative work. correlate the projects proposed by the different branches and districts, and exerrise general supervision over the Investigative work done in the dis tricts and in tile Washington office. "In order that the Washington of fice may have a more intitnmate knowl edge of the Invetigative work being done in the different districts and the plans fotr future work as a basis for a clear-s'rt investigative policy by the forest service', it seemed to me advis able to have, representatives of the branch of silviculture gei over the ground in the different districts this summer. Accordingly, Zoo has been MISSOULA POSTALSi DESIRED CARDS ARE FURNISHED NORTH ERN PACIFIC FOR DISTRIBU "ION ON TRAiN3. J. N. ltewart, avtlertlslng mnainger i f the Northern 'ac·iflc6 railway, has written tihe cihulmbir otf.qommerce ad vlsing that itf t will nu pIy the com nli.sary ilepartlnent with postal cards I showing Miluoula or western Montana I pictures, he will be glad to place them on trailns and distribute them free of Scharge.. A pIckage of these was I promptly made uti and sent to the N i iort ern Pacific. lPeiter J. Hansen was one of the pub Ilie-spirlted fi rnmers who brought to tli' chunb.'r of tnlllrlllrce rooms sam li' a of sme oi f his products that In turn will be taken to New York. "This is Helta.," aiild Mr. Ilansen, "nrd Is rilaled at Mountainll V\'iew at the end i lllggins vtenue. Spelts Is partlcu tlrkl adaptedll to dry larming and ,makes wondilrful ehleken anld hog food. My ititatoins are doing splendidly, too, and so far have iaveraged $100 per acre. I will save you lota ,of nice stuff for y)id'r eatltorn dhsphtyiy." :iJake Rehder, thile "('elery King," also respoInded to The Mlnsoullan's notices t'i the farnmers to save their best stuff I for dpnltylhies and made arrangelnents with iecretary Ilrcetenateln for a large K auoilunt of )'ientlUiuIm products. Some of Mr. Ilehder's heiat celery will be I llippelld to New York 'luring the luand shlil\ anll exhibilteii at the Missoula l"red Parker, secretary of the n.iw SMissoula l'ruitl an d Produce association is allnothier helplr for securing sam 1 pl~ nlf almo of the I irchard Homes helt stuff. "I will di my best to se tlcure yoi.u sollle exi tllnt samples of Inrge potalillitos nlll illes," said Mr. | Parker. "l.s I am sure the other farm ers will ('o-0 piiate with me to this i exteiint. We realize it is hard to so Icule all the iLmaterial you need with ouilt helpi frlm the atal growers. We will dltiscun the l:itter at our next I)rcharil il iitis meetingtlg. FINISH STREET REPAIRS. The Crew Completed the Work of Re placing Pavement in Two Days. W'olrknlin i lthe temploy of the War rlni iollnstructioill mlplany yesterday imiltiiie the (\ orl' of miaking repairs inI the street paliei'ot't. The repairs were necessary %Vilere lhe street hadl iieen openedi for waiii, r.trks or gas Inu cnt(llll t lions, tllit being only one lnstinve therit ia hi.et was due to othter tults.s. In li th.i istance a water liipo haid leaked, ausihg a section of the pI:ng to, settle. 'To make all the ragi irs tik but tI ' daylis' time. It cn s Irtall .t itld ithot heeltation that tuit hiit'lllthil treel arel meeting ev ery condititln guiarlanteilid by the War r1ii1 'I'atluiti.on oul.iany when the clintl it \\(iis awarii'did, and In fact, It ran priall: ity hio aidii without fear of iontliilltt. ii I hat o oii Y of the north west hasli a betttr lpavetnlnt,-.Lewlstll, iluahli,, Tr' bliune. MEYER IN ENGLAND. i('huhath , Elig., Aug. 11.-The Amer 1ln111 secretalry of1 the navy, George Von L. Meyer, vsltedit i te dockyards here today. tn assigned to your district for the en ?st tire summer to go over on the grlund ke thoroughly the investigative work iUs which is heing done, consult with the rat district officers and the men in the field as to the best methods for car rying it on, and formulate, in con x~ llltation with you, a specific and com a- prehensive plan for future work." no Mr. Zoo stated yesterday that he he w 'uild prohaihly be In this district for in three months, dutring which time he a- will make his lheadquarters in Mis x- soula. His first work will be to tde 'e- termine just what are tt.e problems of nd reforestation which present them to selves in each of the several forests n- of the district. Many of these prob he lems can no doubt be settled by the d- application of knowledge gained he through the experiment conducted in to other districts where conditions might ly apply directly to the dliterlt here. The vy white pine districts of western Mon er tana and northern Idaho, however, let present a problem different from any nd thing that has been experimented with lI- anywhere and it is Mr. Zon's pur pose to start on a systematic course en of experiments in this type of forest. r- The problem is so much removed from he others that have been taken up that on plans are being laid for the establish st ment of a permanent experiment sta of tion in this district to be located at within this white pine region where ite the greatest number of problems seem is to present themselves. Buildings for of this station and the necessary equip n- ment will probably be provided this k- summer, the work to proceed as soon ve as the decision can be reached con to cerning the location. F. I. Rockwell, 'k, who has been doing special work In he shlvics here for some time and who ad will assist Mr. Zon in his investiga he tions, will be the station director. a- "I have just arrived," said Mr. Zoo when talking to a Misaoulian reporter t- yesterday, "and have not had time yet 'I- to line up the work here. After a few rz days I will be able to give a more he comprehensive plan of tt.e experi or ments to be undertaken and the pol he icy to he followed out In the district s- for future work. The forest expert he ment station for this district will be he a big help in many ways . and will its greatly increase the efficiency of the en work, especially that of 'silviculture." ISPEEDERS WARNED BY PEAT RECKLESS AUTOISTS WILL BE ARRESTED-CIRCUS TO BE ON 80UTH SIDE. r The circus today will show on the Sflat at the end of Houth Fifth street east, just above the Puget Sound freight depot. The location of the show at this point Is going to make it over m-re necessary that the laws f about sp eeding be observed. Commnis sloner i'eat said yesterday, "'Speeding )by the aittomolldles running to and from the circus grounds will not be tolerated. The fact that the machines must rln across the Higgins avenue bridge and around sharp corners on the sauth side will make it dangerous. A lot of special policemen will be plt on today and the way from town to the grounds will be carefully guarded. The first attempt at speeding will result in an arrest. We cannot have it." A year ago there was a serious ac cident (luring the rush after the circus. An automobile speeding in toward ttown with a load of palsseingers col liled with another which was on the way out to the grounds and a number of people were seriously Injured. This . year the clrcumstances make such col lisllots Int (ch more likely, should speed ing be allowed, and the city officials are determined that the autolsts be restrained. tI - i ANOTHER NEW FIRM tWILL OPEN STORE H. A. Carlsen of Butte closed a deal ,yesterday with W. P. Smith, owner of the new block at the north end of the Higgins avenue bridge, whereby he be comnes the lessee of the center store room of the structure in which he will open an exclusive Walkover boot and shoe store. Arrangements have been made for the fitting up of the place for this purpose at once and the new fix tures will be on hand as soon as the room is ready, It being Mr. Carlsen's plan to open his establishment here on I September 1. Mr. Carlson is a young man and is not an entire stranger in this com munity. He lived for a number of years in the Bitter Root valley and there gained mulch knowledge about the business conditions and outlook in Mlssoula. He has had considerable experience with some of the best shoe hoises in the country and at his hands a first-class establishment, everything modern and up to date, is to be ex ,o.ted. Mr. ('arisen is another firm believer In Missoula's future and is welcomed to the business circle of the Garden city. We sell Ice Cream, Milk, Cream, Butter, Buttermilk. MISSOULA CREAMERY 401 West Cedar "Come and & It made." SPENCER'S rn SATURDAY SPECIALS of MEN'S UNION SUITS Regular prices $1.00, today ............. ..............05.. Pn- MEN'S UNION SUITS °"k Extra special .................... ................... the WOMEN'S WHITE CANVAS PUMPS Closing out price ........................... .............. .. . 85 WOMEN'S TAN OXFORDS AND PUMPS , C losing out price ..................................... ................$1.95 MEN'S SHIRTS, $1.25 TO $1.75 "- Today, only ........................... ............$1.00 WOMEN'S LONG SILK GLOVES Extra special today ............ ....... the WOMEN'S LONG SILK GLOVES s Extra special ............................... ..............79 ght WOMEN'S GAUZE VESTS ; All sizes; extra good values .................. ....10# - WOMEN'S HOSE Ith The best values we ever quoted..................17, 23 , 254 LADIES' ELASTIC BELTS "'t New styles ....................... .......................... 25 BOYS' PLAY SUITS ted Special ........... .............................. ............................ ........... 25 em WOMEN'S WHITE WASH SKIRTS tor in- Extra special ........ .. .......... ..................8 0ti ýn-l ELKS OF BILLINGS WANT MEETING AT CONVENTION IN ANACONDA EASTERN MONTANA MEN WILL BOOST. llllnTs, Aug. 11.--(Bpecial)-Bll lings FIlks will make a strenuous ef fort to bring the next annual state convention of the order to this city. Such was the program practically agreed upon at a meeting of the fra ternity last night, ,when the coming convention at Anaconda was enthus iastically discussed. It was stated that Kallspell is an avowed candh;ate for the honor, in fact that the lodge at that place has already launched its campaign. A few of the local members were inclined to make no opposltion to the can didacy of that city, but a large ma Jority are in favor of asking the herd to come to Billings, nnd it Is ex pected that not only will the delega tion vote for the Sugar city, but that it good-sized contingent of boosters will Ibe In the Smelter town to assist in landing the annual roundup. BOY PAINFULLY HURT WHILE LANDING FISH Raymond Dugal, the 12-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Dugal of the Montana hotel, met with an unusual and painful accident yesterday morn lng, a double fish hook catching in the calf of his leg so that a surgeon's knife was required to get it out. The boy was helping his grandfather, Mr. Burke. land a 16-inch trout at the mouth of the Rattlesnake. They had swung the fish over on to the bank and, as it flopped about, the hook snapped free and buried itself in the fleshy part of the boy'i leg. "We got the fish, anyway," was Raymond's re mark after the doctor was through dressing the wound. NEW BUSINESS. .1, I. . uff and George Amen, both of llastings, Nob., have rented the store just west of the Montana Meat market in the Knowles block, on South Third street. Tills location they have chosen for a cleaning, pressing and tallor!ng establishment. A few alterations are to be made in the store room and, with those now under way, the new firm expects to open its doors to public patronage within a *eek. PLAYGROUND BOYS HAVE GOOD GAMES The boys of the class under 17 years of age from the university playground met those in the same class from the Willard grounds last evening at the latter field in two interesting contests. The first was a volley ball game, in which the Willard boys won by a score of 11t to 10. In basketball the two teams played until it war too dark to see and the game stood a tie, 6 to 6. As the scores In both contests Indi cated, the games were close and spir Ited. It is planned to give the younger boys a chance to play off their race and contests in both volley and basket ball in the next few days AVIATOR PALLS. Mineola, L. 1., Aug. 11.-Bud Wine burg, an aviator, while trying to qual Ifylfor a pilot's license here today, fell 260 feet, wrecking hid machine and] badly brulslng his face. Change of Schedule Beginnlng Monday, July 24, the big Sight-Seer will leave Ravailli at 6 a. m. bare to Ronan, $2.50. The "Arrow" will leave Ravalll at 10:15 a. m., connecting with No. 41. Fare to Ronan, $3.50; Polson, $5.00. These cars connect with steamer Montana for Kalispell and on re turn trip connect with all afternoon Northern Pacific trains, east and west. STANLEY SCEARCE. VIOLINS We have just received direct form Dresden, Ger many, a large shipment of violins, half, three-quarter and full size. See the dis play in our window. ORVIS MUSIC HOUSE Come Out and See Our Plant Standard Lime & Brick Co. 112 East Cedar Bell 1060 Ind. 1683 Take a Kodak on Your Vacaltion SMITH'S DRUG STORE SOUTH SIDE PHARMACY. IIENI.EY, EIGEMAN & CO. GROCERS 115 Higgins Avenue Bell Phone 87. Ind. Phone 474. The best of everythino In the market Pine Watches and Repairing Diamonds E. H DEMING Jeweler and Optician 120 Higgins Avenue, Missoula, Mont. Window Glass At SIMONS 313 Higgins Avenue. For a Nice, Juicy Steak Patronize The Royal (ale Under new management. 4H. E. CAMPION, Prop. It takes a long time and a hot fire to make raspberry Jam Why not let yot'r wife smile over her work by giving her a GAS RANGOI MISSOULA GAS CO. S720 S. First W. Bell Phone 668 *MIX MIX 6 SONS GROCERRS, PROVIOIONS, HAY, GRAIN AND WOOD, Klowlee' Blook 504 Booth Thuir PlboDO Sd. TIP4 ae l ,.