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S0&e buys a hiee five-room ti homne on a nice, level lot, th - ement wallk. Close In buth Mliaoula, handy to street Do It Today -Ihoades & Howard _10-211 Montana Block Firs Insuranoe Experts. Our Beauty Specialist This week our demonstrator, who bas specialised on fine toilet goods, r will take pleast.r In telling the eladle'ot Missoula how to preserve t lr completion and keep young. Ai 4gclusive line of fine toilet ne gsalties that every lady will be in terested to know about will be deIm onstrated, We want you to virlt us and talk with her. Ctonultatlon flree. Hours, 1 a en. to, p. i., and after supper. Missoula Drug Co. Wholesale and Retail Drugists t S Hammond Block School Supplies High School Books University Note Books For Sale as usual at I. H. BATEMAN & CO.'S 1 A7 North Higgins Avenue. - owland, The Jeweler Wae .s, 3lamdas, Jewelry Speelat attention given to FINE WATCH REPAIRING 114 East Main Street. ---- ~ ----·-·-.---.- - · Farmers If you have any extra nice speal seas of grain, feett or vegetables Pand them to us. We will, have tIba exhibited In the east. Chamber Commerce 111 W. FRONT. 1 Am Still In Business And headquarters for school text books and supplies. No "faking," but honesat goods and full value. Drawing Instruments I hvco Itn ported direct from muanarL. turert4. Call and see goods anttld prices. Stationery, blank books and of flee suppIles. J. W. LISTER 114 E. Main St. 1879 Do yourl h yllg ,).U meh:IIIIne of old- at llitk e ]. h 's. We guarantee nild .o.ur guars ant** l our prIle. 14k. filled 2-y.ear teas and to 17 jeweled \'V,'than or :Igltn ov,e' .m n. t ........ . ........ O. tI.00 4 I. sold g ll cias . I5-j, ,. I.'!I mtovtlmenat, lglt or \\1alth ,,,1 fr . ... .. ... ................ .. $ 3 .5 0 14k. Iracelet ............... $13.1) We ore siole utgtelta !Ir Hawke's cut glass. our ( :Utk k too large to lotl , prlct's. 1'1i. rernerr.ier nut pri(es are as ], l as hlnest guuds curtn h, sMi d for. Kohn Jewelry Co. .'lONeae Hotel Building ear r aun TI err are a good ninny Missoula peO ple wihot are planning to, n,;tke the trip to 1ti"t,.nu lltc Monday UP THE to witri sl tih oipentrng VALLEY io the i.ih bratitlion whiuch the historic old town i. to halit in honor of the 'lath Ilnni versary ,of the depaLrlin, of ('itirliot'a land of ltlllllan from thIe va\'ill to nike their home on tii ,'k ritelervl. - tlon. Alth-,ugh the h1 ing1K fKtlg res' ill t the tragedy if the ('horlot ,.ili ,do hUlve g. one to the l hlappy liitintllg i(;rUlnt. ther'e are lt.t a good t;tne of thei' Ith;liS livinlg who wlri ' f thn )lind whI h ilrcIiled froml tt, Muliry't , ,lllhianol ti' Jt c klo ol n lithIei' i.ate.or n of thoi exoiidus fromi tihe vatlly anr d tii e li will Ihe partilipuints in thel dlntr'ei intll wthi hanting .f next lvitik. It will hie it tiemorle holiday and tthe nttn who Tmis.e Meling tlfhe elebraitin will ii.es a ngoer thingl. The Stenvi, vl l n ip,' i ple have Yotde einobur:te patWns for the lenter.alinment of their red gue.Lts but they have not overlooked provision for the comfort ind enjoymenlI't iof the white isitors. There are to Ibe three dtiyi ofittlit t brathon onitl people.' whio enjoy inllcl plchcl.h n Shou)tld make their plan ti) Jnlin the ,xt'nlllon which will gor upl th(Ie anileh nt the spe.i. l trin' t. The aleitullnn sent II tlgrnphtlele query tio W'ashingto n Th'llurtdy nightll e over til' wires of tthe LIVELY Pottal onpIany. The SERVICE mes.lagt wait given to Io rlt of the Iflu.-unml orlmed Mtreialry of the Piostl ierv Ice at W: 45. Thlere was nIlo splil reque.t for hallst alnd the sendetr of the ttele Iram wasn nmewtn t surprised when, exactly one hour and eleven minuteos from the time h' hltded the query. to the isseng'r, tthe ll st,,epped Iiinto the' edtlllorill reomllts again With the answer in his Ihand. It had horn necessaryto tItake the orl'iglil mts ange in conlhleralle dllstnncer in 1Washll Inglton In order to get the answer, oe tile c'tlual time of translmislon was not mllre than 4f5 minulten both ways. The retord was not lmentio'ned b)y thle company lutit l notlhing was willi to In dll'ete that It was UtIanul. Ilut The Mloullaln forte rtegalrded t at s it pret Ity emphatic demonstration of the ,f fienlly ,iof lstl emtit organiTation. The promptness whas thorolughly Ilp" preclated. It looks ans f the 5't00 llgnerr whol e nanmels re delred by thilt Milttuln county peopllti e whoi havlle PETITION In charge the petitions SIGNERS for thie Inititive elet. tlon which will conlider t1,' prilln ary-election l vat\ , woulltl )he folllnl| speedily. T' were it g. md maniIy inquirles yesterdtlay Ian to the unture of the pa"titilns and as to the pla. w.here tihey an he found u I). \". I'ltzlp trihk, oln of teJ. vice presil dents of the People's Powv'r Ietigue, hac one sit of the petitions;: 'Theodore lentZ. "t hlls offhie In the First u. timrill I;iank hlhding, alis anollther set yesterdlay it tLhilrd rct was lefat t The Mlululhll office ll by President Romll nIy of the league. At tny .one of thhese pics tlt petitionllll Iay te slined. Five, hundred nelllslc Ire more tllRIhan are a1 solutIly neceIaLry frlomlll MIlltsolhi county), ibut thlls who have In eht'rge the stcuring of Iena) eig.na turs feel that it is better to, have snme extru, Po, oIu effolrt will Ie shntld to rlun thIe number II) tio half II thou-. annd. "I don't tlnrk there' will hIe aIry diffk'ulty in P"'01111i1l9 the necessary nulmber In tis collunty." said .Ir. lent, y.esterday. "I have hdll mnlly inqtluiis anti I look r0,r tilh, prompt filling of tiho Ilat." Professo144r R4'114'84'I .41' II. 41 1 441144t 4' 4n'1443411y144t c4'14n4l1tc1 ll4' th u4 I e44'.'. slty rnir iity saill Ag·t'ro FINDING Ivry I:r114'414:414'Ill of .tlt PLACSES '414444 'll a t'hurnII.'? 4of (' 4441 4'l'4' 114 h 4'r 114444 I'Ivnl11' so441444' 41141.. t14144 4444t(k In gI-'t at 1iIug. 41 list ofI 14114484 44141t.111. " l ai n( 44141 ahl.' fur 4411414s l Ill) w IhwI (nI 114411 Iv~~ 4114K'4114.lt4 IvI:I~ I"ltl. 1444141444.'ll~'1144 I 41141?. 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"I' h ' 114144Ž 4:1 I.l'4 111.. righ t'.' ll the114 ' g11 n 1 '844'11 . Itn was148 4'''g4''i t t '4'. 1 4 1'ero ll'1 1h.1 ''n41 th41411 11 ' II b l"'1144 44444k1r4Ž At gul tomob le fohtr Rf eI ue Nwasrg.Id 5-paseengr cr, t1ha pt Luas 5250eir' shourd;h cityi way~ 500 pvnWW J.J. DIAKIN SPC.M57 as 11' i MONEY To loan on improved city and farm property. 8% Interest "For three or five yart irlth privl lege of repayrnelt of whotb, .r part IIn two and a half years. Winstanley Realty Investment Co. Western Mntuna National Bank Building, Missoula, Mont. ariu It ltooks t Ii thr,." woul l l I ,--It IN a tinlh that thl, I. Vhir m1,an will nit utmnpire, whi'h Ji -mnr, un1t|if:t ioll. Prinrlp it Sotjr if the. tl M oulin ('nnut ty high s8h'1it I 1 1fo r, pIrtM that ihe THE HIGH rilted who ari nnxlioii SCHOOL to fltl Ind: ,wo where' they rniln wlork for thir hoard. "in th, c. se llo the hligh school,." Mnlil Mlr. Nt,-Jr .-rt,.rdaty Jl the .M11 Abot 'I'own. "onlt of l thoik studenlt arc girls. 'I'he,' ar' ll worthy and nH sire ds, arving of the help whihl, " n.iih phi .,,.' w u,,u l give them. juItllh Is w lillirut mu alx l nIn n toI, render full \'uile' for tiihe anistlllltte sitie get. in thin tay: her time wtiii ne o ar ranged lttlll he InII he'llp enuligth in housework to iipay her tiitarid expense. It w ill I at. iist iin it t et. I,.l l bestowed If there are pll ill lle' to) be floundtl fr those glrl." PROFESSOR FISCHER RETURNS WITH HIS SON Iherr (tlat l uiti li,,iheri . tltinoillht' fa vlrite vlollnit nI nili nI al director, who spent tih, l-umltmer 111!nths w.ith hils family hl lherma1lly, retturned yes terdaly to his haone In this 'ity. l'ro 'tfsm r lischer is nce np1n1 iltd by hf1 young al it Hans.I l., t it ltuu hllln HANS FISCHER. r:lit lg h. . 11h n1 ' Ill rtl 4 .1' 4.nt'.1 'll in rit4 Ith 1 t1 4 II t 1141" l .y 4 1 4ln4 141d 4 I',41* NEW CITY DIRECTORY. 444441,, l'-lk & 4 '..I 1 1-1 dlr4,cIto4 ry ofl M41 1; ul; , 111111d l tillll to ill, II l M111la ll t fl , l I4.1 ,111 ,'l . .1 \1u Ill itntit 14 guilit from f111"le 111 11;1 I no it 1 11 a1t %%The M i .1:ill 4 ., 'e . lh e h cop- u les, $ i. . .. . . ..... 1 4 t\ iii it. IN 11 i e e S FOOD SALE. - SI ,O , :el \,Il B, hIll :tt th . M . ,lt. 1'1. 1111 i' & I .I. ,14 l11 -13 . hllr tiryl Barber & Marshall "GOOD THINGS TO EAT." SBell Phone 20. Ind. Phone 420 Fruits of the Orchard m CONCORD GRAPES, i4kt 140 8 Jr 4 4 . 75. - CALIFORNIA TOKAYS, ,,',t O(O )t 1,,1 r11 \r1 l t,( .*b, Ih lh."1 114h 8 c lutra'hil I 0 li Kr'ta"' Ii 81141 '. PEACH PLUMS, h,11, 25' |'111 ' il 11 it 1 .\ 11 14 Il., r1 I1 .111,1 rip, c JUNE APPLES, 41. 6q 1, 1 :411 l 44 ilt 1" 4 1. + 1, ' 'h ' . 4r 144t is' i4 el' 4 1' 1 tt1 4t 1 ;) , h11 . 11 lh 4 y Iro r11ipe. BARTLETT PEARS, ,;1.:1't 304¢ ELBERTA PEACHES, 1c,.< .5` lSild by th,' i, t h, l.t.. 4.-. 1et r" the box. USINI C II WORD IN RIGI PLACE THE MISSOULIAN'S DICTIONARY GIVES THE KNACK AND IT COSTS LITTLE. lHave you the magic of the neces If not, why not? The Mlssoullan Is at pri'sent of fring ti you the opplortulilty of ob ilining to what degree you will, the failullty of free expression o(f thugtht thlrough the use of an extensive 'o iiohular, wr hich has birought fame nllld frtilne to many notled men. Manlr fortutne have been imulde and may ibe made from words. 'I'hl, .MIs oulJIhin i t offering to you Webster' Nw i4tandard I)Ictlon:try, Illustrated, I1 supplying you with the mine, which, \whtii oIerated by you, will certainly' IEttir ollr fortune through Inscr-a Ingi your ability of exlpreselln, nddi muchi to your enjoyment of life, and. pIrhals. tiring you the nci(,aes which , e vii vi't. 'l'PhIiclllrt( Roosevelt ric.ently re ,l vedI $2 a word for a series of artl il.. Illayard Klpling thut uuim'cllredi it frlmd of words that gives hint In variab'ly the right word in the right p!tl' ': n 'alln I'oyle's l,wierfill dl sul'ptlve sty'lo Is merely a structure (of words rightly understood and right Iv all)ed,' and each of the's, lngllsh nIn relven'( s ri ents t, .1 ii word ryv tlin he nt i sells n irtlelhi'. Itllfusl ('hoale, 'the moslt nlcclci'e ftrli .tiry ilvry trdvct of his time, Ir'fusedl to ,it.,r It courtroom until ho hadl flnlld la now word for iusi In that ,lay's sperch. You will find many new word's between the covers of the. hook offered you. Senator Ingalls, the most ipowerful orator of the Fif tieth congress, when asked how he aciquiried his wonderful cmmnluand of language. replillel: "l'nr yeairs I have made in praec tlco of sarching the dilctionary for words tlht are new to me,. and then sing thitn In conversation and pub tli sh'l iking." The opi,,rtunlty of whhih these mnen have taken advantage Is open to you. Collllpalre your limited sucticss with 'youltr llnlited vocablllry and you ImaI' se youlr failure in a new light, andl relli.e why you do not hlave the lmin. chl'lnce las the lllln with the 'llOI're fluent speech and atlt Wiay of exlire.eSsing his thought. Minly a moan is fettered Icy the lim Itations oif scanty voeallbari., who rnlghlt othelrwise have been successful. GUrunt idels and great, tllhemeln avail nlothlling II they remaln, lirkedl with In a brain through the inalbilty of their author to corrcetly e'lress. thema. If you are hamipe'red b a limllited IIhrary. Itet b..sy and (lip metillions for, the \\' Webster's New Standard Dictioen iry, Illluetrilte'd. Keep it aIl your II hew Ien ryeor office and In your liholle land ilu e' i c'llnstantly. D1) not plases an avordl o i oti not ullderslltnd Iwlhenl \ou Ill're rlding oln listening to a lsr mIlln litr I. ire-liook it ulp in the dilctlonalry andil gyi will fid thlat your fund ol genet.ral informllttlon aind y)'clr vle'ahuliry will growT apace IanIt C',cl will ibe woerth Inure to yourself, toe yur emplllo)ye'r and to your friendls. The' dlstributliin of dictionurle: hits prolved sucth at l popular idea that the!e clerks In the dictiotnary depart nient iare being keplt busy showing thee I lioks eof those who are anxious tot sei what thley are gloing to get as soonil l.l thlley lhate enleected six con cI'(ulivI.ee e'Oellponsl. Not one hblok will Ie gile tn nolt until thei six days ex tir(e. It Is expleteel d that sets of cou Iens will I. 'gin ti arrive with a rush theu. T'he first dlltlionary colupon will h.e fouedi In Tihe ltllstouliun tomnorrow Illning. I',1 Increinltg the .'oe'abtulary the bcik would be hardl to beat. for Its I ',o nient size anti( i'ilplactness ren tiern It renalldy for reference. It is a h·autifeliiil Ile.l boulnd ini a linp leather like IL ilble. The hre arle 1,000 syn yaIllllil 'nd aLntonymslln In the diction itr. Se;elpllth i)looks mllay tee seen lin the' wlindo)w alt The Mlissoullan office. DECLARED LEGALLY DEAD. Ilrtifordl. ('Conn., telt. 8.--Tetters of aldnllllstrationli fio. ithe estate oef the Rev. Jolhn J. Quinn have just been grlantted Iby the prollrhite court heere. I':athle'r Qu'nnIil disalppeal'tred suddenly seven yearl)'il'sll lagl l t it now declalred legally dtead. lie went to visit a rotlih'r priest lit Norfil'olk, Va., in Feb. ruiiry. 19I04. lte sllpnt some timo there tnd late lie the month bought lisI tIkel.s anld o,).oed passagb hack to hlartfolrd. Nothinig more wits ever lhea:rd orr seen of' hii. His estate Is vcli ted lit-. 25000. OLD MINER BURIED. 'l'The funeral of Johnll Vood, who died Iof Iltrght's llisele, in St. Patrick's hoeelllll Thllursdl)'y. \;ln held yester etiay i'fterllellon il aey'es chapel. Rev. I,':iitlher lirisl e . et t c'tllciie d the services andel I'lred ilelHnslt. lilan McQuarrie, .lecrris Keilly, Illel Hlughes, Julll;s Ilcgen, Jtohn Pol'c'irL, ll iled acquaint lnnets of the dil"te'leleld. Ilt\krepallbearers. illnterient wits aiec.de in St. Mary's cI stet try. M'CLAIN-DORE. lee.anicall , J. Mlte lain, an employe of tite' PugeIt Souelll tit Alberton, was: elctrl'riet lto Miss Nnlney' Dore of this city rl'ilt'llelay tevenihiL4. The wedding w: s held atl the D)ree resldence, on the Itatt'lesnake,l Juletie, el the Peace Dy stnll Ilre'tirning the cer.lenlony. . The ci pleh' tlit I resthh' it Albel'ton. ' OHIO WIN;. i ecgIr t ...I., ti;t. S.-Ohio won ithe Iryhlen trohy Iailltc'h at the Ail Ill:ll S.'tirlt shooting tolurnament here today. 'lThe wlnlelr core Was 1,0.0. NeSi Yorl'!i was sitollilld with 1,095. ~----------4 Forty Cents a Gallon. Pure c.ider vnlegaIr ldelivereld Satur days, any part of city. R. ,. Preaaott. 1ull phone 1703. ' ,KVERSTQRE OPEN1I TODAY NEW BOOT SHOP'AT END OF BRIDGE STARTS BUSINESS THIS MORNING.. Manager Carlsen of the-new Walk Over store was perhaps the busiest man in town ycsterday. In fact, he has been a busy man all week preparing his place for the grand opening to day. Everything has been progressing nicely and last night Mr. ('arisen an nounced that the finishing touches had all been put on and that when the doors swing open this morning the establishment will be In perfect work ing order. The store, which is sitt: ated in the now Smith block at the north end of the Higgins avenue bridge, Is a model in its appointments. its furnishings are all of the very lut eat pattern and the arrangement fqr quick and efficient service to cud tomers are ideal. A full line of the line Walk-Over stock has been re ceived and is on the shelves and se lections may be made to suit the most fastidious. Mr. ('arlsen is going to give away anme usefu;l souvenirs to every one who calls at his store today. These alone are worth a visit to the new es tabliehment. MAYOR SIGN8 FOR PAVING. Twelve Bloois in Hillsboro to Have a Bitulithic Cost Before Winter. (Hillshoro Argue.) The city council met last Saturday night sand (enJoyed It four-hour sen saon, with the result that shortly be fore midnight Mayor H. T. Bagley signed six ordinances requirilg the paving tf 12 blocks of street with bitu lithlc, that pavement having been se Ibeted after a thorough Investigation. The ordinances were all read the third time and" passed without a soll tary dissenting vote, and the mayor, following the emergency declaration, signued the mlasures and instructed the city engineer to at t nce get up plan n and specifictions. CAMERA FIENDS ARE OFFERED GOOD PRIZES The photogralhlc' department of the Spokane Interstate fair, which .lll eIi held at Spokane, October 2 to 8, has announced that $43 in cash prizes and three honorable mentions will be nwarded to amateurs comlpeting in that division. The grand prize will be $15 for the east piclture submitted; two first prizes of $5.00 each; nine other cush ilrite aund three honorulbe mentions i will be awarded. These are the larg Iest cash prizes ever offered for pho tographs by the Spolkane management and exceed the prizes offered by photo pIt bileatitons. 'he exhlibit irolnlses thi be an Im portalt photographic con.l.ltition and iall amateurs are urged to send their work to Si.pkane and take part in tihe contest. Further information will le furnishvcI hby H. Itoleityn, box 2184, Spokane, \Viash.. upon appllcation. LOCAL SOCIETY L. T. L. Today. 'l'he first Incetnig of the Loyal Tem perance L.egloni after vacation will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock ihn the hjomne of Mrs. M. R. ('. Smith, 3:38 East ('etdlur street. Officers are to be elected today to serve dluring the coml ing year, anid a large attendttllce I asked. Valudeville Party. Mrs. W. I,. Mulrlphy entertained Ia party of young peoplie lust evening for her cousin, Miss Itt.th Woodford. "The guests asaembled at the home of Judge and Mrs. Walter M. lickford and' then, chaperoned by Mrs. Murphy, they all attended the theater. Later, a de. liclous after-theater supiper was servedi by Mrs. Murphy and Mrs. Bickfnrd in a dining room beautifully decoratyd with flowers In ai color harmony of pldk and wlhite. Dancingl and singing added to the pleasure of the evelllng for the guests, who were the, Misses Bernice Kemp, Hazel Hill. Merle Kettlewell, Leona Forbls, Gladys Roberts, Bernice' Betrry, Flohrence Courtney, Evaro Avery,. Tiny Pritchard, Ljoretta De schamps, Ruth Wodford; Messrs. Har old Sloane. Floyd Halford, Claude and Herbert Molchior, Max Mullan, Roy Parsons, Stewart MclHatfit', Keith Miller, Valentine Troop atld Howard Woodford. Delta Gamma Banquet. Thirteen places were set around a beautifully aplpolnted table in the par lorls of the lPatlace hotel last evening for the Initial banquet of the Pi chap ter of Delta Gamma. The sorority colors, bronze, blue and pink, were tused in dainty and artistic flordl deco rations. A suitable menu was daint ialy served by the hotel management and thoroughly #njoyed by the guests. Miss Laura Johnson, as toastmistress, tServed ,the ilntellectual part of' the feast with an Introductory welcome to Montana for Delta Gamma. Re sponses were given happily and dlev erly, the subjects and speakers being: "Enlarged Field of Delta Gamme," Bess Gould; "Last and Least," Helen Wear; "Anchored," song, Bess Wilde; "Tatl Delta Eta,* Grace Stoddard; "An Honorary Member," Mary. Book; "Greetings from Sigma Tau Gamma," Edith Steel,. Notice. stationary Engineers' local union No. 374, hereby give notice that their a union claims jurisdiction over all cast 1. Iron boilers used in public bulldings, E.ngineers having charge of castjrit boilers shall be paid $30.00 per mon$h if no other work included. No man wlll be allowed to handle more than thnree boilers. . SPEN ER'S Boys' Sweaters All-wool sweaters for boys in grey, green and red; a sweater that fits and keeps its shape; will wear like iron ................... ................... ............................... ................ .... $ 1 .7 5 CHILDREN'S SWEATERS SOc Just what you want for the little tots, in sizes 22 to 30;. a splendid garment for this weather; red and navy colors. LADIES' SWEATERS 13.50 and $5.00 An extra well made everyday sweater for all purposes. FLANNELETTE.GOWNS $1.25 An extra well made, extra wide, good quality outing flannel gown; easily worth $1.50; they come in a good variety of colors; choice ... ...................... $1.25 UNDERWEAR FOR WHOLE FAMILY We carry almost anything you want in the underwear line from 35c a garment up to $5.00, so we can please you if you only give us half a chance. Let us show you some today. JOHN A. DAY JAILED AT LAST WIFE-BEATER IS18 LANDED INJ PRISON BY ACTIVITY OF DEPUTY JOHNSON. John A. Day is In jail. He will re main there for a period of consider able length, it is thought. Deputy Sheriff Swan Johnson captured Day last night. Day was hiding in a pig. pen on his 10-acre ranch near Fort Mlassoula and his capture clnm after two days of a bloodless nmanhunt by a one-man posse, Deputy Johnson. Day is charged with wife-benting In an ng gravated form tind he has made hils offense more serious by seeking to I e('s·cal arrest. The trouble at the Day home begaun day before yesterday, when Mrs. Day telephoned for lprotection. Police Judge Small and Deputy Johnson took the fort car, armed with it warrant for the re.calcitrant husband. Said hus b hand saw the representatives of the I law appronc'h and embarked in a bug e gy for the hills, the while applying I wriggling fing,.rs to his nllse In the international gesture of conlltonllptuous a defiance. Judge Small and Ileputy t Johnmon were on foot, hence they could do little but be angry. John vson vowed right then and there, how ever. that he wouold land Day. nou mat ter what betide,' or somle such thing. All during the first day of his ca reer as It fugItiveh, lay remnained In tihe wonod. Finally, hoIivver., he re turned lanld left the horse and buggy. Thereupon, to show his wife his im o parlance and tko emphlasize further his conlltempt of the law, D)ay smashed ev erything about the house that an axe could tbrnk. Then he left again for the bills. Late last night. however, he coin mlttel the indiscretion of conmng hOll'me gauln. Johllnson was soon on the job. Day saw the lights of the auto that was carrying the big officer and hid out-out In the pig pen. There he wais captured. Day did inot repeat t ie cosmopolitan Insult referred to Spreviously. e WILLIAM KAIL BURIED. F'riclls and relatives of \illliamn Kail, who was killed by a Milwaukee a train Wednesday evening. gathered r yesterday to ipay the last respects to Shlls memory. Malny flowers were laid upon the casket. 1)r. J. N. .M..:lean conducted the services and pallbearers II were neigthbors from Clinton. IBrtsd was Ita Missoula cemetery. it k MRS. CRONBURG'S * Delicatessen 1 and Banquet Hall Will be ope'led .ntur,lay for the Inllspection of the public. The place a Is next to Farber & Marshall's grocery, at the south end of the h bridge. d Home cookery, consihting of cold meats, bread, cakes, ples, etc., will be a specialty. Lunches for school children and teachers will also be a put, ti. uncttquet rates on applea, tlon: also rates on after-theater suppers. Iyverybody Is cordially invited to drop In for a cup of tea on Satur day afternoon and evening, Sept. 9. it Cottage Cheese Made fresh daily from pure cream. We deliver any quantity. r- MISSOULA CREAMERY West Cedar " is "Come and see it made" to MIX & SONS GROCERIES, PROViiiON$, HAY GRAIN AND WOOD. Knowles' Blook. 04 South Thb4 n Phasse: Ind. 41: Beill W". ir I Fine " Wtelhee end peldring Diamnnde . H DEMING m Jeweler anid.bptilcn . 11 Higglln' Avenue. Mileed, MYea $L.330:n Prizes Five Krause Pianos FIRST PRIZE-To the person re ceiving the highest number of votes, a Krause Grand Piano, worth $350. Second, Third, FIourth and Fifth prizes-Due bills rang ng from $230 to $260 respectively. Make your SCHEDULE. purchoses a t Amt. of No. of one of our Purchase Votes meat mairket $5.00 .............. 5,000 and get your 400 .............. 4,000 friends to do 8.00 .............. 000 likewlse. 2.00 .............. 2,000 E very dollar 1.00 .............. 1,000 Ipurchased, or .75 .............. 760 payment o n .50 .............. 500 account, means .25............. 250 1,000 votes. 20 ............. 200 Coupons will .15............. 150 be given with .10 ............. 100 each cash pur- .05 .......... 50 chase or pay ment on account, In accordance with the following schedule, at the Union, Montana and Valley meat markets: The John R. Daily Co. Union Market Montana Market Valley Market If you have an Edison or Victor Phonograph Which does not work Just right or has any broken ierts, te'ephone I. uas and we will rend an expert to, relpa'r It at once. This service Is gratit, as we are alw.ayr pIleased to Ullelnmodallltii e our patrons. Write to us and we ' will tell you how to obtain six amberl records free. Free concerts every day at our Phonograph Parlors. ORVIS MUSIC HOUSE The Only One-Price Musio Store in the West. Change of Schedule Beginning Monday, July 24, the big Sight-Seer will leave Ravalli at 6 a. m. Fare to Ronan, $2.50. The "Arrow" will leave Ravalli at 10:15 a. m., connecting with No. 41. Fare to Ronan, $3.50; Poison, $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. Our Specialties Owl TCreek, Rocky Forl and Bear Creek-all lead ers. "How Is Your Coal Pile?" 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