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am Idb applies to babeg bann. emu-the EMPSON'S TOMATO SAUCED PORK and BEANS am emeaitly and evenly baked--al rajthe same, making cooking a sure thlig and not a mere gtamnbe. Ready: Ready in affy -_ .. ' ._' . ..,,, .,_ . ,_'_'..... . . ABOVE GRAND ALWAYS THEM ALL A N GOOD ALL NEW SHOW TODAY THE $100.00 BILL In the possession of a tramp makes it hard to pass. TWO OFFICERS A good military drama, showing some excellent Cavalry Maneuvers. NEW SONG Always Good. * A FAIR EXCHANGE Is no robbery. Laugh. Laugh. 10--PRICE ALWAYS THE SAME-10¢ MATINEE EVERY DAY .-..- 1- .-...... ....... ................--- - -~.- ~ ... .. ..... EXTRA BIJOU EXTRA BOHEMIAN QUARTET In tne Song Success "Billy" The $35 Manioure Set Given Away Thursday Night THE VAGABOND A Photoplay MSho.lng the Kentuclky and Tennessec Night Riders Don't Miss It THE LINEMAN IInp Speaks of Class. It's 'lass, and One..You Will Enjoy. "BLOW THE SMOKE 'AWAY" By O. L. Jeanoon THE GENTLEMAN FIREMAN Wlhoa! Whoop! Look and Laugh. See This Comedy-lt's Classy ALL NEW TOMORROW BIJOU ALL NEW TOMORROW INTERSTATE LUMBER COMPANY Sucoeseora to BIG BLACKFQOT LUMBER COMPANY Lumber, lath, shingles, mouldings, sash, windows, doors and mill work; lime; hardwall plaster, Portland cement, Keen's cement and moulding plaater; building paper, deadening felts, tar papers and rub erold roofing: oak floorlng, maple flooring and isterior finish; habd coal, soft coal, millwood and slabs. APPLE BOXES AND FRUIT BOXES See us before buildingl we Oan save you money and time, BELL PHONE 106 INDEPENDENT PHONE 742. BOOST' FOR. Sco. Sverybody Should Be I. tter~ d int. State Fair Exhibit. Charles F. Daliman of the Mis s9ula Nursery Co, will have charge for Missoula county at the state' fair in Helena, where he will see that all produce is propetly dis played, free of charge, the county having appropriated $1,000 for this purpose. Mend Dallman the best you have. He will deliver your. premium to YOU. i.s 7arisian Missoula's only exclusive L.d''B Ready-to-Wear Store. 12 -iruine Avenue iI'~t* I sm'Fi, au i;0$ ive Lrawase pianos FIRST PIts- -To the person re ceiving the highest number of votes, a Krause Grand Piano, worth s$30. Second, Third; Fourth and Fifth prizes-Due bills rang ng from $280 to $260 respectively. Make your SCHEDULE. purchoses at Amt. of No. of one of our Purohase Vetes meat markets $600 ...........0.. .00 and get your 4.00 ............. 400 friends to do .00 .............. ,000 Ilik ew ise. 2.00 ............. 200 Every dollar 140 ............. 1,000 purchased, or .75 .............. 750 payment on .50 .............. 600 account, means ..2 ............5 . IS 1,000 votes. 20 .............. 20 Coupons will .15 ............. 150 be given with .10 ............ 100 each cash pur- .0 .............. 0 chase or pay. mntt on socount, in accordance with the following schedule, at the Union, Montana and Valley meat nrarkets: Tim Jao It.8all to. Union Muikrf. Montan Markt Vadhey Mamke Claosiig-Out s If E_ O IT 'ER ROOT NEWS Ij lAUNRY 10 START IN STEVENSVILE MESSRS. SLAGLE AND MANNING BUY EQUIPMENT AND WILL CONDUCT BUSINESS. Stevensville, Aug. 2$.--(.pecilnl.) The Stevensville steamn laundry eqluip ment was purchased today yi (rlyde Slagle and L. E. Manning, Jr.. for $1,120. Mr. Slagle has bhad it I,,ase on. the butlding for several months past and the plant will be re-opened in its old location at once. The city water will be extended up second street to the building. Additional machinery has been purchased and will he in stalled at once. so as to make the plant lip to date and capable of turn Ing nut first-class work. It Is the gen eral Impression that the reason of the previous failure of the lat:ndry was mismanagement and lack of competent help. The new owners have secured C. 0. Daniels, formerly laundryman of the Pontchartrain hotel of Detroit, to take charge and Mr. Danlels' past record In the business Indicates that he will make this laundry turn out as good work as any other In the valley. Mr. Daniels has been In the valley for some time, and Is now stopping with friends near Victor, where he has been awaiting the conctuslon of the negotl ations which led :p to the purchase of the plant by the new owners. There will be collections and deitvy Pries of work each week In the Three Mile country, Florence, the north and south benches and Victor and the country between. THIRD STEAMER SEIZED. I.nnon, Ag. 29.--A third steamer, the Bessle, loaded with munitions of war, has been taken charge of by the customs authorltles at Barrow harbor. According to the Portuguese minister, the steamers Arizona and Foam Ocean, which were seized by the authorities a few days ago, have probably been detained on his representations to the British government that they might be connected with the royalist move ment in Portugal. arnoiols Theater I C. A. HARNOIS, Mgr. ONE NIGHT Wcuiesday, Aug. "3 FRED RAYIMOND'S Evto'laastng Domestic Comedy Success A Tale of Joy, Borrow and Amuse* ment of Simple Country Folks! --- THE MISSOURI GIR Handsomely Staged! Cleverly Portrayed! A score of original musical fea tures and bright, up-to-date ape cialtles. Comn and Laugh with "ZEKE" AND ODAISY?' Prieea-60s,' li, $1.00; Kids, 25o. 8eats on sale at 10 a. m. Tusa day. ISIS Always Good-Always COmfortable The Winds of Fate A Romantic Drama Wonderfully Told links Joins.the Temperance Club I A Barrel. of Fun' by the Blograph People * Beesie's Ride A Thrlllilih Stiry fb" Ranch Life The Ghost Another' Cyelon6 of Mirth. TWO.-SONGS--TWO CHAS . . MARSH StibaJpper and Funeral Director CHAPEL FOR SERVICES. Ind. Phone 423, iell 321. Rsaldonee 250 lisok; 124 W. Main St. Competent Lady Assistant. 515 West Main Street. Independent' Phone 1640. Sell 106 Blkok. General Foundry and Maohine Work M. L. Guiden STATE TAXIDERMIST AND FURRIE,' Won Medal at St. Loula. 155 Bas. Main Steot. ES OF WOMAN I NARROW MRS. NILSON RICKER SUSTAINS m uib-it IN RUNAWAY IN iTEVENSVILLE. Stev|insville sg 2 -- (S . p hcia.) - Mtrs. Nelsdn I nlcker ica.s Ihrown from i boggy 3* 'ri ay running about 5 o'clock at th,, cornecr ,'f Third lund Main streets, rrre'vling injurlis whli'h prnv',d sl!ght. She and Mr. ltch'ker lhad Just returneid from .iiIssulla and on their Way hi ,me .tll,ced to water the horse at- the .\nms lluk Mercantile company store. Mir. Ihitker took the bit out of the hirse's mouth to lit it drink ait the trough. The horse had never shown any dispolsitlion to run away and Mrs, licker remnlned in the bullglgy. The horse started as soon a. the bit was uit of its mouth and, with Mr. Ricke'r ahold of its ieck, turned off Main street Into Third street, making the. turn so short that the buggy was turned over next to the Third street entrance to the bank anld throwing Mrs. Rlicker alunmost to the curb. She struck in the little ditch running alongsidc the walk, where the ground slanted toward the walk. and rolled Into the ditch, escaping with no more serious injury than severe bruises. She was badly stunned and was taken to the Thornton hospital, where she remained during the night. This morning she was able to be about and went home. When the buggy capsised, Mr. Ricker, who had been trying to get the horse by the nase at the risk (if serious injury to himself, let the animal go. and it was caught at the next street corner, the buggy being completely turned over and dragging on the seat and dash board. People who saw the accident thonught Mrs. Ricker was surely seriously hurt. She struck the ground with so much force that the sod and grass were torn up by her fall, )lt.t was fortunate in striking where the bank of the little ditch sloped the same direction as her fall, which broke the force and prob. ably saved fatal injury IAMILTN BREVITIES Hamilton. Aug. 28.-(Speclal.)- Hamilton sent quite a contingent to the ball game at Missoula yesterday, but Missoula camne right back with several partite of automobile excur sionists who visited this city. H. P. Greenough. G. E. Collins and the Misses Oi'eenotuh and hEpperson of Missoula and. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Easton formed one party that reached Hamilton yesterday. After a night at tle Ravalll the party left this morning for a trip the Ross Hole neighborhood. Another party that motored up from Mlssoula was comnposed of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Retlly, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Avery of Missontla and Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Nichols of Duluth. Miniy They took dinner at the Ravalll hotel. Elmer E. Herahey~ and the Misses Elisabeth Hershey and Belle Babb ar rived in Hamilton yestS'day for a short visit;. Dr. W. P. Mills and Judge P. C. Webster piloted' another Missoula party to this city yesterday. "Yale" Williams returned this morn ing from Missoula, where'he has been filling holes in the Garden city ball team for two days. Dr. R. L. Owens and itR. C. Par menter returned this morning from Mbssoula ?by automobile. They wit nessed yesterday's ball gaines in the Garden city. A number of friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Reeves on Saturday evening in honor of the theater man's birthday. Mr. Reeves received a.fine present from those as 'sembled In his honor. A marriage license was issued on Saturday to Thomas W. Skelton and Miss Bessie C. Edwards, both of this city. LOOKING APTER CONTRACT. Hamilton, Aug. 98.--(pecial.)--R. L. Harper left here on Saturday for Mdsoula, where he will complete final arrangements for the logging contract which he and his, son, Otis Harper, have made with the company which Is to operate the W. A. qlark sawmill at Bonner. The loge will be taken out at Potomac and will be transported down 4he Blackfoot canyon by rail, if "arrangements for the completion of the road are nade In time. The log gtig contract is a large one and will keep the Harper outfit busy for some tlie. SKELTON-EDWARD8. Hamilton, Aug. 28.-(Special.)-Miss Bessle Edwards -and Thomas W. Ilkelten, both of this city, were mar tied Saturday ev'ening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Edwards, on South First street, Rev.'J. W. BIyrd, pastor of the Metho dist church, South, officiating. The marriage came as a complete surprise to friends of both parties. The bride has been employod as bookkeeper at the Central market. Mr. Skelton Is one of the proprietors of a meat delivery route through the valley.' PRESS AGENTS TALK OF THEIR ISHOWS At the Gre.rd. The program that hts proved so highly entertaintln at the Grand the atga during the pdat twrg 4fys under goes a change today. Mlanager Stein mets guarantees that the change will be for the better. He has galned the reputation slnre comting here of al ways making his promnbl es more than good and the followlig brief review of Only Three Days More of the Mg CLEARING SALE Buy Now While the Prices Are Almost Bli School-Day Bargains for Boys Boys' Clothing Mothers, you have just three days left in which to buy that boy his school suit. Hal Price All the best colors and materials, made up in Price the latest styles; for three days only, at just Price Three Days More of the 98C Three Days More of the FOR MILLINERY UP TO $15. Men's ClothlM og . . " . .... , , Men's Clothing tnlo t Ito; hIl IIIIIfui h tHtt pIr' ' tl to Sale " .. ..:.'. " . ' 98c Sale the' t rll ll ý t tlti price oi f 9 Actual values Women's Lingerie Actual values $20, $25 and $30 and Tailored Waists $16.50 and $18.00 linal alcan-t p h.a,-. s t.111 a,' ,,, HALF PRICE .\ this .tar.. and none other all men'a slits-good helrvy \a III .11 find suca h wtAtderful weights that can be a.orn for Chfldren's School Dresses ai.as. antl thr are only three fall alntd wlnter, In dark patternl. I'a't alal, i rea h ieralh, days lft in whhI h Ito av\talt your Now, an:ll for thle Ianext three chl a nays a ni a ingham , a:. self of this, the leat of till la'ys you ca'ln get theie st Its for , till it \ , ala ty of patternsl , clothing sales. cost and less.l ,lust the Ilres to start ,iut the Iten lember this opportunity Compare the luIit al li lnd style' lariy fall school dts. a n sital, 111 not acome to you again for of these suits wlth those others na at justl- anoather aIX maonths. offer you and youl hell con. . Hal Price $5.50 to $1.50 sa.ved on every alinted thaat we aIre gliving you _uit purchlasled during thls eale. the beIt values for tlhe least Aa12i.ctual values $16.50 to $13800 ioneyo - aI*W now ut FOR $25, $30 and $32.50 DRESSES I4 It it bltrgaltlaan? " .a tahat gao,d lthsln Iprle Is qulotel d aot andll you'll thinllk $ 1 ta., all latlet sty leg, $12 509 Boys' Shoes I Soap Special aBoys' box calf 10c cake of tqr oys bo c " u rsoalp and a tO0 ahIto , Blucher cake of Turkish style; all solid Ih? lath anap and a slzae 9 to 51-2; I10a cake ao oat atpe l to5-;me ma ap; choice at, per pair, only 'of each, per cake $1.89 se the picture subjects for the changer further back his judgment: "A Fair Exchange"-Madge Norgan is engaged to George, son of Judge l Ray, of New Mexico. Carlta In the sweetheart of Pedro Sanchez, the lead er of a band of horse thieves. Juan, the brother of Pedro, In captured in the act of driving off a herd of horses and he is imprisoned. George and Madge ride out on horseback and are picnicking In the woods. George goes to a spring for water and he is cap tured by Pedro Sanchez and his gang, who are accompanied by Carita. Madge, alarmed by George's absence, mouhts her horse, and unobserved sees and follows her lover and his captors. Carita drops her hat and goes back for it. Madge decides to capture the Mexldan girl and hold her hostage un tii George is freed by Banchez. The rides that follow in which the Amerl can girl chases the Mexican girl, and the neck and neck dash, ending in the capture of the Mexican, are real thrillers from start to finish. "The One Hundred Dollar Hill" Dick Armstrong Is one of the un fortunates who is constantly following the "ad" page of the daily papers, and being turned down whenever he makes application for a job, because of his shabby appearance and the earmarks of Idleness. There is nIothing left for him but the bread line and the "hump back" in the "Hotel de Park." One day, through a stroke of hard luck, he strikes good luck when he bumps into Leonard Seymore, a fat, good natured man about town, who takes Dick to his home, gives him a good feed, and stakes him with a hundred-dollar bill. Dick call scarcely believe his good fortune, but braces up with the de termination to replace his rags with a respectable outfit that will place him in .ne for a position and a new start in life. The trouble Dick experiences in passing the bill, everyone being suspic!ous of him on account of his shabby appearance, is the theme of the latter part of the picture. "Two Officers"-Pals all their lives, two young officers colme to the part ing of the way over a girl. The story of how the loser wins Is splendidly portrayed. Bruce Steinmetl will feature an other gqod pleitoral melody. STEAMER IS MISSING OFF GEORGIA COAST Savannah,. la., Aug. 28.-The local wireless station ,was ou.lt of coritnls slon tonight and at a late hour noth Ing had been heard fr.om the steamrnr Apache, which left ('harleston last nlight. 'T'he rat.re ,f thie v\-s- has causled Inltenls Ilnllihell'iHs. A wireless messa ge from the steamer today said the vessel 'voutll go ashore within an hour after the message was fliled by Captain I. J. Staples, but since' then no news ,' the boat lhas been received. Two tugs and the revenue rltter Yamacraw are searelnlllg for the Apache, but so far as knowh here have found no trace of the vessel, Interstate Fair AND Sweet Pea Carnival Bozeman, August 28 tO Sept 2, 1811 Very low round-trip tickets will be on sale from all stations from August 28 to September '2, inclusive. Return limit, September 4. ONE AND A THIRD FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP Go. You will enjoy it. Go. N. H. MASON, Agent, Missoula. Northern Pacific Ralway SHOT SHELLS Price $30 Remington Pump Guns .................... $22.75 Winchester Pump Guns, Take-Down, $21.60 S olid F ram e .......................................... ...............$ 2 0 .0 0 We have a full line of Winchester and U. M. C. shells. .... MeGulley Hardware Co.