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4 OIB ýIER3(~·F1 IOR'TOULTUml,.ýy OP VA.U.UY SNOW INTi < t' I.k HAM. 'Hadm¢,m, Feb. 8M.-(-rpeclal.)--Ap other J attendhnoe charaoterls.4 today'sl asalons of fhe' tfrit sqciol b ing held at the chamber of oommefce building, here this week. The benefits to be derived from the practital t1t1 of the week has tended to Increase the attendance from day to day. W. St. Sackett, who has handled the proposi tion on behilf of the chamiber of coth merce, states that subscriptions or scholarships emountlng to more than $100 has already been received, whioe cover the guarantee made by the chamber. frodly's session was opened with a discussion of soils by Jtidmund Burke. Professor Burke made his treatment of the sybject as applicable to loo0 conditions as possible, aRid at the claoe of th,, lecture those, present were in possession of much valuable data con cerning Bitter Root soils. He was followed by an exhaustive talk of the more Important InsetiLeides adapted to Montana orchards. He stated that a proper seloetion of these insectlc:des was one of the most im portant phases of the orchard busl ness. In the selection of these ma terials the following principles should govern, the efficiency, the safety, the convenenece and the cost. He divided insectluides into two kinds, the stom ach poisons and the contact poisons. The former are to be used for Insects that chaw and swallow surface parts of the plant such as bud moth, cod ling moth, green fruit worm and all lekf eating caterpillars. The latter poison is to he used with Insects that Suck tip plant Junices, such as aptple aphis, woolly aphis, cherry aphis, blister mite and scale insects. The best varieties of the stomach poslons are paris green, arsenate of lead and arsenlte of zinc. In summing up, Pro fessor Burke stated that arsenite of lead was best for orchard spraying, but that arsenite was a very promis ins insecticide. He mentlioned the to hacco extracts and Ilnm sulphur solu tions as the best contact poisons. In connection with these poisons he very carefully explained the best methods of using each, explaining the advan tages anld disadvantages to be galined llnd guarded against. Yesterday afternoon Professor Jen nison gave an Interesting and instruct ive talk on fire blight, twig blight, blight of Iw'nr and apple trees. He went into thue 'hstory of the subject, following the spread of the disease antd sounding at warning to all growers to carefully guard against its Introduction Into the orchard piJd its spreading. He carefully cited tile rnsynptoms following the Inception of the disease, how It af fects the different parts of the tree. He closed his talk with at discussion of the methods of preventing or con trolling the disease. He statted 'that sprays were not generally effective in handJlng this disease, but that its In roads were best controlled by the re moval atd destruction of the affected parts. He advised that these affected pairts be cut out during the late fall or early winter, anti that this opern tion be followed lup witlh a close in spection of thei tree. In the treatment of the disease the saw or shears used should be sterllized after being uIled around affected parts. One way of aiding in combating the disease is to, keep the tree free from water sprouts and fruit spurs on main limbs. He ar gued that the better way to guard against the- disease was to set out those trees which are the most re sistant to the disease. WVilllam Melkle took up the latter part of the afternoon session yester day with a talk on fruit associations and the grading and packing of ap ples. He did not progress far enough for a demonstration of - the proper methods of grading and packing, that phase of his work 4being left until this afternoon. His talk yesterday was in troductory in nature He is a strong advocate of the association of growers in the packing and handling of fruit clear to the market and cited exam ples of the good accomplished In other sections by the presence of a strong assoclation. ILLUSTRATED. Hamilton, Peb. 28.-(Speelal.)-W. M!. Sackett announces that an illus trated lecture in connection with the fruit school being held here this week will be given at thile Famlly theater on fiaturday afternoon. Manager Reeves has very generously donated his the ater, and two lectures, one on fruit grading and packing by W. Melkle, and one on diseases of trees by Pro. fessor Jennison, will be illustrated with, lantern slides. AJlANCE OF SOFT, FLUFFY HAIR AND NOT A PAR.l IE OF DANDRUFF GET A 25-CENT BOTTLE OF DAN* DERINE AND JUST TRY THIS .-STOPS HAIR FALLING OUT AT ONCE. Danderine dissolves every particle of dand,4Tff like snow beneeath the .blsing sun, cleanses, puriies aid in vigorates the scalp; forever stopping ltchiisg and fallidg hair. ,Within ten mtnutes after an appil atldp of Danderine you canndt find a spile trgce of. dandruff or a loosp or ling hair ahd yours e lo *01 uod wil . , i).g pwiwl e ý iI, whe, you will tso* dew yu tw 0a dbk itnV i Si fNi tPn i lWP 1AtlMIT TU't.i '"tioV.. 6= "MA AbOUeED OP MUl"61. Hamilton, Peb. 28,-(-peolal.)--The tril, oq. kb Gaeal, for the murder of hr ab, 1 ut', *bove Medicine Cplnge oh of thbout Augutrt 27 last, waaskestmned in the district court this lndapntI, w O01 tOe introduction of evt* dehoe by the defense. As was stated in The MIsoullan this morning, the defense w$ill depend on evidence sup po'ti-.- an alibi to prove the prisl oner's tlnocence. Considerable sur prise wa' occaaioned this morning when Ganlt was called to the stand as the defensb*s first witness. Two Inte'prpteto one for tme defense and one for the state, were pressed into setvice to handle the Bulgarian tongue for the benefit of the court. Gacni testified that he left Hamilton about thU middle of August to arrive In An.oonda on August 24. According to his statement he remained there 21 days before going to Sliver Lake. He testified to going to Martin Martin, ,mlo has charge of the employment office for the Anaconda Copper Mln nit company, to secure at "rustllng card." Martin Martin was called to the stand later and testified that Gacnl called at his officet huet sum mer for a "rutling card," hut thought that it was an early na July. As the Inurder of Heer occurred on or about Augullst 27, arcnl's testimony is n strong link in the alihi chain of evi dence. Oacnl swore that he did not know Jeff W\hyte and had never seen the cleek, which he is claimed to have presented to Whyte for payment. In spite of the fawt that two inter preters were used to get Gnanl's testi mony up to this time, the introduc tion of the check proved that he could understand and talk English to sRole, extent. Attorney Johnson sidestepped t.l'te interpreters when ho took up tht4 check with leenti and talked directly With tile witness. Attorney Johnson's first questiol as to whether he knew Jeff Whyte was promptly answered, "Nio." Questions as to whether he had ever seen the check or indorserl it were answered In the nsme Ipromlpt manner. The inlcident calulsel a ripple of merriment to spread over the audi ence that Jammed the courtroom, and caused the court to remark that the pr'inoner seentrl to undlerstand English fairly we'll. Atto'ney Eldwatrlds, forl the state, then lsuggeted Ithat the inter preters Ihe dliscnhrgetd as the defend. ant seemeed to ulnderstand Engllishll better thneecI either of them did. ov. eral witnlesses frour Anlauondta were'l called to thle stand. CORVALLIS ITEMS. Owens, the Missnoillt illlnsarane algennt. Wax ini town Tuetrday. The iusitriale to be given i.i4turdayi., Mlr'c-h 2, for the benefit ofr the Mn tana State '(thildrens' home, hlis been lpostponed indefinitely. Mrs. Will W\alker and Miss (lruce Prints departed T'lleosdiay for Rochen tor, Minn., where the former will con sult the Drs. Mayo. flly ('oclhran ilsmo left the samle dl.y to he a pantlnt at tie Mayo hosplual. The farmers' institute, held here to day., war wtell attendled. Frank Dlarbee of Mlasoola In Rpend ing the week here at thei Illmnllr Chaf fin ranch. IN STEVENSVILLE. SStovensville, Feb. 28.--(Slpolal.)-R. A. Mead of Victor visited in the city today. IMrs. O. T. Walls Is spending a few days at the N. D. Ricker farm in the Burnt Fork valley. The trial or M. W. Hooper versus Sheriff George See, to recover dam ages for a stack of hay that is alleged do have been sold unlawfully by the sheriff, is before Judge Sedgwick to day. ENTERTAINMENT. Hamilton, Feb. 28.-(Bpeclal.)-An entertainment and social will be given at the local Presbyterian church on Thursday. vcening, February 29. A good program, ,consisting of unique drills, reoltations, musty and "Seven 3rtarrlaegtait Daughters," will be given. Refreshments will bI served and. an offering collected. A BOY. Hamilton, Feb. 28.-(Speelal.)-The supply of future presidential timber was tnmaterla'ly increased yesterday evening by the birth of a son to Rep resentative and Mrs. W. E. McMurry. Mr. McMurry drove In from his home this morning and was the recipient of many hearty oongratulattos. really new har--sprouting all over the scalp. A little Dandorlne will Immediate ly double the beauty of your hair, No difference how dull, faded, brittle and scraggy, Just moisten a cloth with D nderlno and carefully draw it through yqur hair, taking one small strand at a time. The effect'ls amaz Ing-your hair will be light, fluffy and wavy, anrd have an appearance of abundance; an foompal'able lustre, softheas and luxuriance, the beduty and shimmer of true hair health. Get a 25-cenrt bottle ao Knowlton's Danderlne from, any drug store or toilet counter, ahd prove to yourself tonight-now-that your hair is af pretty sad soft as apy-that it has .bee neglected or jj$tred by careless treatment;-4f l~ts . rllY-QO sprely can .yeitl l$hir ~t llS J ,ots f t oiwruiry -xrr i'V lfPvu, POPULARITY OP A@NICULTURAL INSTRii0I@ON IN VALLEY SEVIDENT. Como, Febh. 28.-(reelai.)-That the popularity of the farmers' institute is firmly Imbedbd in the hearts of the upper Bitter Rooters was evinced by the twhollesome welcome accorded to the professors at Como last evening. After a most enthusiastic meeting in the afternoon at the beautiful clubhouse at Charlos, where about 3li or 40 orchardists cngregated to hIier extoled the, advantages of the proper cariltg of their orchards, the institute moved to the pretty little sc)lool. house at Como. where the neighbor hand In a, body-nmen, women and chil dren-gathered to feast the coming of the experts. After a bounteous supper of goodies supplied by the famous cooks of Como the talks (began, and It is need less to say much useful Information was disseminated from which the progressive farmers in this part of the valley will profit greatly. Professor Dean,' state horticulturnl Inspector, laid down the law In a very decislve manner In reference to the' shipping pf diseased fruit, andlll emlpti.L sised the necesslty of sprnying. Ex planing the importance of rigid In spection, the pirogreos of fruit pest In the valley, the care necessitated by Its InvaIlon in order to get market able fruit, how arrangements hall been .made to lower the pIrice oif spraying mutllerlal, the kinlds of apples Inost susceptible to disenase, and how important It was for everyone to work together to keep down the tt(oullbl which surely follow the planting of extenslve orcheards, hit' ilnpressled his listeners as to their own responsl bility in helping him n to keep tp the good work, and again warning g.ow ers that no fruit with scnh, oyster shell scale, etc., would he allowed\ to get out of the valley. He' urged the farnierr to give hIood tio his warning and Jllldlng from ti' l ll thIrrt of tlip Iplatise wheln he fillnshd, his inmlthodst wern indorsed to a. letltr, for it Is here li (rnmno whier' thi e vti olll f uiI good fruit ohas been demonstra'ted, aindi the remarknllk ile profits iobtalnid'i front tipples, ga i'' to the Illtt'r ltolI valhley its falthl' (Ia tlih, land of p'.rfe'ct. fruit. Reconlmmndi i.ng tlt oll olllitirall inl of the 'I'rilnnsendenlllt iralns altnd tiht Alexannters asrnldrs brdrs lll .isen, particularly the blight, Intd HIIggIIt InK tihi rplllllan of t'lih nenlll' Iby ithe. inore rtal'stunt and Jost al prfitfnlthl, varlitllis, tthe( favorlte Mintnoslh, the (lravenstein, which rmi'nehi's its highesti slitltl of Ilperfectioln anllll ailawiy S lringsit it hih prit' In the ullllrk't,. tinI WIKg ner, trime llietlul ., (tnn t, K|tllnlon Wlnn.lll, Northernll sIyWint.ir ilonll:lnl D)'lltkus, lpitaeltuh'rg arnd Niewttwn Plppin i.s the hst varllrl(lhis andaplted (n the lltter loot vallley. Profeanor T. A. Co.ily dtlllvir',.d a very instrllutiv' l 'e I tItr tin lthit lipr'p uitilotn tiiai use of insecti'lils, pari Ilc'11,1ly (ho- 111111" sl hur n slll nlh s11'i lictil'urly ltii hut-., stluilhur undi iilt :olhltionl. alnil toc)lle l li.ghly on his \'work in thu slitdy oif tle' iwlt lt'k, siihowinl lg slpeelntatt, anld urgled Ih' adonptionll of a systiun ift dipping dil Ineslc animnals ia. lit, only rl',ldi Itn rid tlh( dlistrlt ofi this pest. Professor Fed tllrk- uspoki' 11n tlihe ffirmlntlllion of Ids kndl thle nteed of re tntlng crops all rl'phlilt tlnr lhe nlitrn geneousll nlatters to thllet .ll Iin ,tanneut tion with sutcesful farminlg, im phaslilng thile hdangers In 'xhauilnttilg plant foods fromll othllerwlue fertile Anlls, lrgingli the farlll'lller t srill mlnnulre on ti flelttds nd tI tarn uln der clover cltaps, (tc.'., so ist toi give' Ihack to ithe Iert(l thl whs llulctllc tak inII out by the grolwing ctrolps. Professor W1hiplled antd Prtif'ssor IP. P. Cioolo gave\'o short tallks oln stllt Ji'ctls Interestling to theI' fllrtll "' llndt aitch speaker watS enthusliawnilcanlly appintltuded--no that this vislt was mluch enjoyed, as well as profltableh froln an elducatlnnal point of view. It is to be hoped thit same recIption will hi' given thlem all through thi' valley. ". ft. IT. V YICTOR NOTES Victor, Peh. 21t.-(8peeanl.)-Dr. lMiriam and his mother left Tuesday for Portland. 'Mrs. Jnlnmn oodinan haI horn visit Ing her slastr, Mrs. Jllan, at Wood side. ,Mrs. B1ph Rodgeres swont yesterday Iw4th her mother, MIrs. Dineen. Leonard Helen returned tills morn ing. fronm Moscow. }I. A. Brilgg is in Hamilton this Born, to Mr. and M'rs. Arthur Mar vin, February 27, twin boys. 'Harry 'Mle(lain drove dlown to Vietor yesterday. Mrs. IBerry returned to Victor this afternoon. Dr. Thorijton wae in town yester day. Last tlthday one of Appolonin & Waitters' warehoullss caught fire and tburnled to the ground. .Heveral tons of hay belopglng to the Victor k'om morolat compilny and other sparti(c were lost. The bulilling was unin sured. The Victor Business Men's club met inst night and was largely attended. Several committees swor, uppointed to look after different iprojt''ts which areli beingr catrried thrtough. The prnittil one wiat to look lfiter thie cretlnery, which Is to be built her'. George A. Blair hau returned froml Blllings. Miss Loona Kichlibanuch wan in town today. VIIITORS. Corvallil, Fob. 2..-(pltechll.)-Mrs. Jennie (hafftin ciamnc tIpl from Mlsuoula Monday for ti week's staly at Ither Ihomelt here. -Jnmak Morgan apent the fore part of the weak in Missoula, selling litter ,A Igsht 'to*blaA M against the upper lip.,br Acispfet n$ .ift In the ; t !fl7u t prevent a luieping per., KING PHARA Will t 9hopping at this store this morning between the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock. First he will buy ribbon that lie is accustomed to wearing, then he will visit the ready-to-wear department and inspect ,the new, pg Ping stles there, walking up and down the stairs. In fact, he will visit every department in the #tore, after wlthh kc will be seen in the Higgins avenue window. Come one, come all; see this wonderful $100,000 horse do hisi, wt; buying, even to picking out the shade and style he wants. See King Pharaoh trading With every $1.00 cash pur NOTICE-With every cash purchase of one chase you will get a ticket at this store this morning be- dollar ($1.00) or over, we will give you a free free to see this wonderful tween the hours of 10 and II ticket to the Isis, where you can see this wonder- horse perform at the Isis. o'clock. It's free to all; ful horse perform. This offer holds good all day This offer is for two days Thursday and Friday. Thursday and Friday. Tick come. ets free to all. Don't Throw Your Money at the Birds Throw S1250 or $15.00 Into One of These SPECIALS New Spring Coats, Suits SPECIAL ITEMS FROM THE READY-TO-WEAR TAKEN FROM THE DRY SECTION GOODS SECTION $'.rN/et clovr,, combthinations 1 nt s hmN .. , wit hN i i di Sirawor ilt kirt. at, per it i do I hII I thI M i ffr II'n t a im tilII.'. hut all iI. ritlnIIId t lrll. itl' t t44 l I ti l l 1 - hI u, tIIf. ir•. II .i i t ti I ril. t h. $=u 1 r nglli antghlu1 (rl'PoNN.Is; nil M ine 1:41.11 % nlst .' y I:r11n" ftl 'i" ch1 1," 1'111 . 4 \ o I\I" n. nlll . IIl us l 1 It h 1nnll Mi p1ar In h ' rl of 'ttr. n ani i n d urt . nrN, strihtly il 11 \w i tl m ixturr; 1, I, w h hilt.l l lgan, dtd *". e'l ' ( "1 IIIm it1B) "':'"\ |'ill' \ i h1111 :I nl r''"l ntl ' N ew Itqh :7 n1'1 . . millk, pr 47:.0 ,.mn, ... ri.. a Ilrn, New and Exclusive Authentic Styles---Every One of Them ..'4 Ie nos 091:< ti : h t . I.', Itanaght t, sill.It ll ; "1 t,. $1h n N y l hn . ll l" :'lrli N tie l - . I lh 0ill- t ill. 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