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ES..OURED l4 tPN OUARE h ' tum eaglet of the American & It rration expostlon, to be tI ý tso quare garden, N. Y., $ to II has announced the Il t of Professor H. N. Van dof nWlhingtbn, D. C., to act as d Hbt thp contest for the North i rna p*ti e of 8600 In gold for tbsh t eM'itbtt of apples. Professor , YA* 0it.was the founder and for enaf t yi hea of the pomo)ogical divion of the department of arl eulture, and is maid to have judged more t.tit'sbwes than anyone else in ` Armea, l.tie sated In this eapic i .at fat of the great national exposi 'tihe exposition management has also aniiaeneed that Professor Atkinson of Boteman It Mont, Williams of Wooster, Obio' and Jardine of Manhattan, tan., have been asked to act as the com mittee of award in donating the prises Sfor a heat and oats, In connection with the entry of ex Sbilts. In competltion for the North era PaoleWs apple prise, the ratl way company has announced that ex hibitors willtt be given the privilege of rearranglng their exhibits and repiac lng any apples that are bruised or damaged in transit, provided that when the exhibit Is finally complete, it shall contailn only apples grown by ,he exhibitor. PILE8 DEFY THE KNIFE. .The Cause of Their Formation Still Remains. One place where surgery falls to bring permanent relief Is In the treat Msat of piles,, because even when the evil tumors are cut away, the cause of Sthir formation still remains. That cause is poor circulation. Dr. Leon hard's Hem-Bold is the tablet rem edy that is taken inwardly and gets "right to the inside cause. Hem-Roaid is sold for $1 by Mis souja Drug Co., and all druggists. Money back if it tfals. Dr. Leon hard Co., Station B, Buffalo, N. Y. Write for booklet. The Missoulian Free Dictionaries Look in the Dictionary You Are Now Regular Price $4.00 Are You Clipping Using and See How Many You Can .Exact Six - of These Leather th e Bound Like a Bible .. NEW W O, Sible ,S To Secure This Wonderful New which have been incorporated into our languageT IO N A R Y only yesterday, as it were. For itace: D IC T I N Aero, Aeroplanist, Aviation, Aviator, Biplane, W ith the Late U. S. Triplane, etc., introduced as a result of recent aeronautical activity-also such words as Brain storm, Billiken, Cordite-also Okapi, an animal 15 Statistical Charts General Contents of allied to the Giraffe, and brought into prominence 1 Statistical Chartsof through ex-President Roosevelt's exploration in representing products of WEBSTER'S Africa--also Carburetter, Dictograph, Equillbra- the United States and EW tor, Ferrobronze, Gyro-car, Hangar, Hookworm, W o r I d, Agricultural, NEW STANDAR Hydroplane, Ido, (a new universal language), ver.Iron, Steel, Money, Krypton, Lettergram, Maximite, Moving-platform, atver. Ironffee, Sugarteel, Money,Illustrated Nickelodeon, Oslerize, Pinachromy, Plumcot, Pre- Oats, Coffee, Sugar, Tea, Illustrated Wheat, Wool and many ventorium, Radio-telephony, Safari, Stovaine, others. 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Beautiful Illustrations In Colors sides the general cont2nts oC on i t Un as described elsewhere, states of America. Magnificent full-page colored plates representng: among many there are over600 subects ystem o Weht other valuable and instructive esubjectss and Meaturic. 54 Leading breeds of Thor- 23 Different types of Birds. beautifully illustrated by value 'o oreimn Colns in oughbred Dogs. 32 Leading Pads Fashions since i three-clor plates, nearly united tates money. 10 Of the leading breeds of the year 1600 to the Hob- 50 subjects by monotone, Time Deorene. a Otle, ble Bklrt. Presidentr of the United Cattle143 Flags and 16 pages bf valuable t er 8 Principal breeds of pure- 13 o Nations o theats brLd Fowls in natural World. charts in. two colors, and Langutae of the slowrs. rw In natural sthe latest U. S. census.I Language or aemrs. colors. I2 Principal breeds of Horses. 4 Specimens of Fruits and aking of, testing o, armor Six consective coupons s Name, Orin plates. Latest types of automo- e their Blossoms. blles. The Panama Canal. Re- and the expense t Dictionary or Commerctia 14 Specimens of Precious inforced concrete building con- bonus of ...and Legal Terms. Gems. struction. Modern fire appara- bo n Familiar Allusions, 39 Specimens Mankind of tus. Modern American pasoen- ,, l different reaesm clothed ger and freight locomotives. The Famous Characters ifrent res, lothed umbering industry. Latest Poetry and Prose. in dress peuliar to monge of nowspaper printns Any book by mail 22e a.pW andetrrn. t i.r country ia. Modernn methods of tun- extra for postage. T. x0 cons. MisO oullan Freee Dtllonarles s... ashIng ,o., s. h..a . rual o - . ' "s, 0 F ee ` D cti n a ri s Mll rdes Souldý Ad~rsae to - Alltaway's afe, opposite postofflee. a A. . Brown of Lothrop is in the c city. Cr. Ward, veterinarian, Bell 684-651. 1t C. A. Bean of Butte spent yesterday (r here. Dr. Willard, osteopath, lit Natl. bank y -. A. Luke of Helena is visiting in a the city. Stenographer. Dawson, Montana Blik Marsh, the undertaker, Phone 134. C. A. Clark of Helena spent Sunday In Klssoula. Missoula Storage Co., C. R. Avery L, S. Hawley Is a Missoula visitor from Denver. Dry slabs, $2.75. Missoula Wood yard. Hackman transfer office. Tel. 350 Rd. 1 Fred Therriault of Evaro was a Mis.- I soula visitor yesterday. Dr. ., Louise Smith, osteopath, I Masonio temple. Phone 61: res. ISS,R. B. H. Rathbone of Ronan is in the city on a business visit. Money to loan. George F. Brooks, the real estate man. P. H. Griffin of Sunset arrived here Sunday for a short visit. New ton H. Schweiker, optical spe cialist, rooms 303-305 Montana block. Dan Mahoney of Wallace is trans acting business in the city. Dr. Anna James, osteopath. Phone 384 black. Higgins block. G. V. White of Kallspell came over yesterday for a short visit. Rhoades A Howard, leading fire insurance agents. 103 East Cedar. P. J. Patten and sons of Columbus arrived In Missoula yesterday. H. T. Gardiner, merchant tailor. Room 231 Montana block. N. C. Tompkins of Spokane came over yesterday for a short stay. Mrs. Henry Wade Grossberg, vocal instructor. Bell phone 1017. Ags Boyle is calling upon friends in the city. He came over from Butte yesterday. f Phone 8 or 488 Ind for cabs and bag t gage transfer. Green & Blitnshouse. Charles Carson of Stark Is combin ing business and pleasure here for a s few days. Dry cordwood, slabs and edgings, Riberdy Lumber Co. Telephone 743. J. A. Metcalf, editor of the Da'wson County Review, arrived In the city from Olendlve yesterday on business asd .pleasure. He expects to leave for fr hone this evening. ti >handt scratoh pade and waiter hecks tfor sale at the Missoullan of- n, tfle. . R, C, Pitzpatrick of Hamilton r..as n among the Bitter Root visitors In the td city yesterday. d Apple, boxes and fruit boxes at the Ir Interstate Lumber Co. Phone 106; b. Ind. 742. tl Warren Kelley of Doer l.olae came lf yesterday to spend a short time in the II city on business. Touring care for, rent at both of l, the Green & ltllnghouse barns. Both y phones, Special rates Om trlbs. -/n Georgeo H. Cunningham of Jenkins, U Ky.,, is vislUng in MissotlM,, havis arrived yesterday. Baonner mlllwood at bhe Interstate " Lumber Co., 508 Toole avenue; Phone 1 106: Ind. 743. It. McGraw, well-known resident of, Ilavalli, arrived hliere last evening to transact bulintiss today. For flrst-class livery, transfer or a good saddle horse, call Melaney's barn. Both phones 651, J. T. Pardee of the United SRttes geological survey arrived last evening from the east for a short stay. New 5 passenger auto for rent, $2.60 per hour; $15.00 per day. Phone Bell 670; Ihd. 2272. E. B. Itason, representis... 4.h ulIt fake route, returned to h's headquatr ters In Itutte yesterdsy after having Sbeemn he.re wmveral days on huslness. When you want the b kt' tnd' ialtck eat service in the city call a taxicab. Both phones 615. J. G. Fields, repredientinR the tudloe baker Oil Refinitlg cr,mpany left yi.s terday on the tolnltablan forkieveland,. Ohio; after spending slmlue time In this comnlmunlty on business. : Pr., Raesland, eyesight EpftlnIlst, well known here, will , be at Palace hotel September 34 to October 2., All glasses groundl here. Cohdultathion free. A. J. Hlllman. of the Paget Bound, with headquarters in Bttte, returned horme yesterday. It. N. of A., G. C..ramp, No." 1l.3.,. card party In Odd Tell;ws' alitex lull, Monday evening,l the 18th. 1lllutiful quilt to be given away. Souvenlrs. Refreshmenllts. 2c admission. MIll wood, cut stove length and a ready tp burn in range or heater without splittlngf, at the city saw mill. a, Bell 414, Ind. 424. W. H. Mahoney of Annrondlt, his in mother, Mrs. M. rFlannagan, and his st. ty ter, Lllllan H. ilanagan, stoppqjd in is Mlssoula yestlrtdly on their wacy lhnme rotp a vitlt to t Flathead resern* t bo n . ' .'hoe lgthiea4' dinl ns who eamped htre yestardaty ot .their return to the reservatioe fromnttheir celebration at Stevensville, had ilt enjoyable time yes terday. They toik in all the sights and did not overtook .the novelty of rid Ing on the street cars. last evening Motorman Rteplagl brought in B5 bha ks over the WMst-side line from their camp Just west of the city, .the Indians being qn thleir way to the laifnole for their performance. The funeral of Ruth Esther Lund ford, who died here Saturday, was .eld yesterday afternoon. 'Hlrold H. firiffis of the rChlrititan church offlc'ated. B ruil was In the Mlssoula cemetery. Jo4lgt 4Iner, who has been stu 4 ihg mt is at GCihicago for sever~i months, arrived iome for a vacatlon yesterday. John is specills'ng on the trombone, and, although hie Is very modest abohut talking of his success, It Is learned that he ,as ailchieved con siderable prominence by his ,l.,ying in the big, busy city andt IIs bing classoe with some of the bi gunls of the' coun try. FLATHEADS DANCE SAT HARNOIS INDIAN'S GIVE PERPORMANCE ON STAGE THAT 18 ENJOYED BY MISSOULA' AUDIENCE. Manager C. A. Hurois of theit the ater which beairs hi naitte tlueec.tedll hlte yeiterduy afttbrlno.ln itn IrrantgilLg for the Iluthlead lndians, who were camped here on their return to to th reservation trum their celebration iut L~tevenesvlle, to appear t tihe theater`! lasit eveninlg and give i seleb of 1 dalnces. Practlyally all tlhe reds alwho went to Stevensville ayinisbled at the playhouse and gave amos, t picturesqt l. performance on the stage thalt was en Joyed by all/who attended., thief Mar tin ('harlot of the tribe openeld the Sirforrlanel with at lpech, hichh was Interpreted tby Alea Matt, lit whitch he r expressed his pleasure at being able to have his people entertaln the residents of Mtlsouta. He explained his friendly feeliltg for the whites and stated that y hlstribo was trying to learn the ways , of the white matn and were building in themselves hoIltes and Itl'tivatlng their e latds on the reservation. Natlei to Contreasters eal.td bidt or propoais will be re Wv1ed1 by tte city lertk at the city -ail, Missoula, Monttla, till 10 o'clock I. m., Monday, September $6, 1911, for the furnishing of all labor, materials std tools necessary for the construe lion of concrete sidewalks and curbs, eulverts, making parks, constructing irrigation taps, etc., building a storm water sewer with all necessary inlets, catch-basins, etc., grading and paving the roadway with bitulithic pavement, for Special Improvement Distrlect No. 9 South Third Street west, Missoula, 1ontana, In accordance with the plans and specifications on file in the office of the city engineer. A complete set of plans and specifl •atlons will be furnished the eontrac tors requesting the. same upon deposit of the sum of ten dollars ($10.00) which will be refunded if said plans and spee/Ications are returned In good condition, togethe' with a valid bid for tihe contract. A certified check for $1,000.00 on a Missou!a bank, or a New York draft is required with each bid, to' be for ifeted to the city of Missoula In case the successful bidder falls to enter In to contract at his bid price. The city council reserves the right to reject any or all bids THOS. A. MURPUY, City Clerk. 9.16-17-1819-20. Notice to Coal Dealers. Healed bids will be received at the office of the county clerk and recorder of Missoula county, Montana, up to 10 I'clock a. mi., Monday the 35th day of September, 1911, for the furnishing and dtIroerlng in the basement a4 the county courthouse of 150 tons of com mer'lal coal, to be delivered in car lots on grder of commissilonnrs. Each bildder must specify the kind of coal and price per ton. The' board reserv.es the right to reject any and all bids. By order of the Board of County Coin (lmssloners. D. T. CURRAN, Chairman. Attest: Fi'. W. kUPHAL, Clerk. 9-14-25 (inc.) Notice Is hereby given that I have. on the 1th day of September. 1911, takenl up and impounded the follow ing described stock: One white work horseo, branded 25 In left hip; not shod; and unless the owner or owners of the same make satisfnctory proof of ownership and pay, the pound fee of 41.00, together with 50 cents per day (fco!ts of keeping same while so im rounded on or before the 25th day of September. said stock will be sold at public auction to pay the fee and costs above mentioned. Witness my hand this 18th day of September, 1911. P. J. M'DONALD, Acting Chief of Police. (lermany's latest antarctic explora timn expedlicon will sail from |tlunos Ayres in October. 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