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S~chit r $Bugenia `':. MoOonnell, *lh pt66 Ppsonce Tyler, Ihe b .e a .n. Ssobool will be repre. i le laatory contet on Herman Walton e t lo twarUm and Trainer Se ann~aUBiced the follow. I entries for the track meet tuI ay eaternoon: rune -Toold Peterson, Gray. -yPArd runa-Toole, Peterson. Gray. i0ll.yard un-Tools. Peterson, Mar. 440-yard run-'-sle, Peterson, Marr. 880auard run-Peterson, Southwick, Babbitt. Mile run-douthwick, Walton, Rclh ards. 110-yard hurdles-Roberts, Marr, oray. o0-oyard hurdles-Toole, Marr, Gray. Hiah jump-Mar,. Gray, Babbitt. Stoad lump-Marr. Gray, Ople. Hammer-Roberts, Mars, McConnell. Shot--Peterson, Mart, Higgins. Disaus.-Peterson, Marr, McConnell. Pole vault-Peterson, Gray, Power. Relay-Toole, Peterson, Marr, Gray. BAND BOYS PLEASED WIH NEW UNIFORMS Hamllon, May 2.-It would be dif ficult to find a happler bunch of boys within the bOundaries of the state than are the members of the local high school band. The reason for rejoleing lies In the arrival of the band suite, which arrived today. The suits are diark green, trimmed with white braid, with caps of the new military shape. The uniforms are arteistic In appear ance and the youligsters make a good apperaneop. In their spangles. The. band, will leave 'tdmorrow afttenoon for Victor, where it will play. at the spelling contest tomorrow evening, as well as the field meet and doclum story contest on iaturday. ARLEE HAPPENINGS Arlee, May 2.--(Speclal.)-Mrs. M. C. Iloyt of Omaha, Neb., came to Ariee recently and will spend the sum noer with her granddaughter, Mrs. iL A. .Desmers and family. Mrs. Rlohrmond halies been quite ill with En attack of the grip. Mrs. L. l. Ebel and son, Carmen, -pent Sunday and Monday visiting friendsl In Arlee. Rev. E1. E. Burtner of Missoula will hold services again in the schoolhouse Sunday evening, May 5. Miss Nellie Burch came from Hamil ton last Sunday and will remain witl her parents this summer on their ranch near Jocko. W. S. Troyer Is engaged in catpenter work on the new slaughter house be ing erected by ld. Bcholl. Mr. and Mrs. L A. Demers made a business trip to Perma Tuesday. Road Supervisor R. W. Liggett is working on the road near Ravalll title week. DARBY NOTES Darby, May 2.--(Speolal.)--Misl Polllnger, one of the teachers In the public schools, was a visitor In Ham ilton Sunday, returning the same evening, J. B. Brown and wife, late of the William See Stock compapy .of Miles lity, came to Darhy Saturday even Ilg. Mr. Brow~n is going to settle in Darby, having rented the Sim 1mons place, and will snake that his home. Burt Thomas and wife, late of the theatrical world, also arrived In Darby |HlN you rlbuy Inl under the arms no t lhlni at n t neck, nothing bl ut ti h iitre ac bis In comort and wor th. They have won the enthuasastlo ap. proval of wt nmn of the Norul we-l real men wo want ood value K.rr f !t *411 m . i tbe ( l mll~hd: d I>tmmohti mt ton visIb4 I aminon v4tid Al )Wtt nb family areDerby slancis imith has purchases. 1 aches of iard from WlliantI Mackay. .A*. AM 'bW ter is recoverllt from her' lon+ illness. Mrs. rake Pleteton from ROs' Role Was in town Monday. Geeale W4ild and Thor.. s Bensn will sArt tlr British Columbia nirt week# mhaking the whole trip by team. Pa.sy Rotsee ot Darby returoned from her trll Thur4day. Aires Johnson and Artihur Wilkin sea left Wednebsday mornin for, Missetula. They have jolned the Unit ed States. army. SI NSILLE .AFTR STATE'S AITAlUM, Stoeyensville. May t.--(8peaial.) The Stevensvillo Chamber of Com merce has taken up the fight for the location of the proposed state tuber. culosis sanitarium here. Yesterday the executive committee met and formulated a petition, which is now baeing presented to local people for their signatures. It is thought that the petition can be sent to Governor Norris by the end of the week. The petition states that the opposition to the location of the sanitarium near dttevensvllle does' not represent the wishes of the majorlty of citisens In. terested. MILLER OGTS JOB. * Hfamllton, May S.-(8peclal.)-E. F1. Miller, who recently resigned his posl tlon as local manager for the Moun tain States Telephone and Telegraph company, loft yesterday afternoon for Bitter Root Inn, where he has ac cepted a position on the clerical force of-t the Bitter Root Valley Irrigatlon company. He replaces Paymaster Thompson, who has resigned. POTOMAC NOTES Potomac, May S.-(Ipecilal.)-Fred Watson drove to Bonner last Friday on business in connection with having his household goods shipped to Po tomac. He returned Saturday. The IC. L. club enjoyed a ride through the valley Friday afternoon. through the kindness an generosity of Mrs. Kenneth McDonald. The Medumoes F.rrant and James McDonald were Friday guests at the Gilbert ranch. The road commislsioner has been busy all week with his force of men and horses on the stretch of road be tween the cottages and Smlth's store. The work has been somewhat do layed on account at the April showers. ,Mrs. C. A. Smith pleasantly enter tained the Sewing club at her home on Thursday last. Miss fIessle Gllbert has been un able to attend to her school duties for several days on account of illness. The C. I[. club enjoyed another one of its happy sessions at the home of Mrs. Kenneth McDonald on Thurs, day. Morris Bedell passed through Po tomac with some horses last Thurs day. C. A. Smith transacted business in Missoula during the week. John B. Dally called on some of the ranchers here the first of the week In the Interests of the Missoula Union market. There will be another dance at Smith's hall on Saturday night. May 4, and as these dances are very popu lar with everyone the usual good' time Is expected. Mrs. Kenneth McDonald had as guests for a delightful dinner on Wednesday the 'Misses Nellie Boyd and Magdalene Laux, Mrs. Duquette and H. M., Dengler, Miss Boyd wa on her way home to spend a couple of weeks with her parents. Morgan Jones and Fred Watson drove to leeley lake the first of the week on business for the Anaconda Copper Mining company. ,m I.s Vior, May 8.-*(UpelsI.)-Vlctor iMF Pr~ tfor the big ooalsty Inteti sh.nlntlo events on l Fiay dad ikta Peri of this week. The hotels Aad' haes will be taed to their lirmit toi provide aseemnoba Utioa for the' ewi .gqt of visitos. '* .nolipal .toteo reports nearly 10 entries tfr the meet, and he says that all the high schools of the county ae" helping to make the meet a saeoead. Victor ir attempting to entertain all contestants and shaperons ree. One chaperon is allowed for each grade school having a Spelling team at the meet sad two chaperons are al lowed for each high school taking part in both athletic and forenasic events. The Itavalli hotel will serveo Uo.ent meals at the hotel and 2$-cent meals at a buildlng secured for the meet. \The track has been " put In fine shape. The capacity of the bleachenr has been more than doubled and the track "has jeen fenced In. Tents and stoves will be provided for all par ticilpating teams The Victor (ommterlal company has secured banners and pennants for all the schools, and Its store buildlng" Is In gay attire. It has decorated a large window- with trophies for the meet. The window Is lined with black velvet and on this the cups and medals are displayed. The curtalns back of this are hung with pennants and banners. On the walls of the, store above the shelves on one side are displayed banners representing every high school in the valley. The banners are two feet by six, on ,:olors of the school represented. The officers of the meet will he the officers of the county association and men from the university. Robert Cary will act as referee, starter and clerk of the course. All Judges and In. spectors will be from the university. All stores will close on Saturday afternoon between the hours of I and 5. DRUMMONLu NEWS Drummond, May 2.-(Speclal.)-Miss Grace Norris, who went to Deer Lodge to take the teachers' examination April Ii, was accompanied by her sister, Miss Bertha. After speeding two pleasant days they returned home Sat urday evening. Mis Maud Wisner went to Deer lodge Thursday evening April 25, and took the teachers' examination. She returned home Friday evening and went to Helmvllle Satrday .morning. The Methodist Episcopal church gave an entertainment in the church S~turday evening. April 27, and served Ice cream and cake after the speak Ing. They cleared about $80. IC. Nordbergh of the Garden City garage of Missoula was in town the first part of the week. John Shannon of .Mlssoula is in town. Mr. Thayer came up from his ranch west of town Wednesday for a short vislt. .May was ushered in by a snowstorm which piled the snow six inches deep. It is, such a heavy snow that it broke several telephone and telegraph lines. Very high water is anticipated after such a fall of snow at this time of the year. -Mrs. D. Dingwall has gone to Great Falls to attend the Montana State Sunday School convention April 30 and Mlay 1 and 2. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. RXoyal have spent the last week at their ranch home across the river south of town. The O. K. Meat market has a new slaughter house. It is situated across the road north of thie old one. Miss Manunl Bergman is visiting with her aunt, Mrs. Thrasher, at their ranch near Gold creek. CLINTON NOTES ':llnton, May 2.-(Special.)--Mr. and Mrs. Slglander have moved to Garnet. ,Mont Thompson has returned from Chicago, where lie spent thi winter, and is now working In R. Dwight's store. Miss Marlon Mahoney, Mrs. Barlow and Mrs. R. Coon were visitors in Mis" soula Saturday. Miss Blanche Thomson Is teaching the Primrose school. Claud Britton and Ralph Coon, Jr., iaklted Missloula Saturday. Edgar Griswold has seoured a posi tion as operator on the Pugeut Sound at Kyle, Idaho. RONAN NOTES Ronan, May 2.-(lpeoial.)-J-ames Medconnell has returned from a busI ness trip to Helena. Rose Lemlre went to Missoula the first part of this week and will re turn Saturday. The aidertnen hold their first meet ing Tuesday evening. Mrs. 1, H. fathbone left Monday for a visit to Missoula and is expected home the latter part of the week. Mr. Longish, bookkeeper at The Lum ber company, left for his home at auon, Kant, amos Delaware, who has been trane acting business in Helena, is expected home. Tom Wagner had the misfortune to have his arm broken yesterday while horse racing. It was not very serious, hlt painful. AS. R. Thompson of Helena was in eonan Tauuday. AW. A. Dits of Qnee. Ope. ptoPed at, ti. Cotra lsdas', jam Young of Butte passed through I Re-in t~e flr t srt ao thi wekr. "t it.w Baley has been, on the CbharletallrrDJr tai sold out his bulst fee 1In $b9 meiner.t to Mr. Cobb 4 nts Worthl75c 50c Union Suits 25c Sleeveless Vests Children's Garments can buy now for lA summer weights In white or pink In vests and pant., regua vests, separ" ach or Each, or you larly 25, for t Garents 8 f for $1.00 e can by three O three arn d They're dirt of them for O t Union Suits . cheap, too. 50" them for 50* It is offer of more wight gam t It is a regular summer This is an extraordinary than nary prothat canweaportions in all weight vest, splendid for good offer because of the Bot tsO the hot days ahead desdrablene of the goods Lontl sleeved vets. sleeveless They are leveless arments, the hot days ahed desrableness of the goods vests, ?awers and union suits in matde of closely.knitted, long fiber, A vest without sleeves, and with leevelessn vients. short - sleeved more thln a dosen different stles; clean, bleached cotton with tiaped a low neck that is neatly tapedi and vests, longsl·cived vests, and lnoe the dieveler vests are 8wlum rib necks and eleeves, and knee lengths; finishied: they colme In at pretty kneelt-length inatt all for the same eeess ests are wiss rib uch garments as you have paid i9e shade of pink or In a white. When ,rie. Thel chtlildraen can he clothed with belutiful hand-crocheted yokes to 7e Itots of times for. We have ytou can buly such garments llt these with oatd summer underwear for and in pink, blue or white. You some 0s dosens of them which are for such it small outlay-~saving on the amlltcst outtl.y of cash ir you can owni these garments for a third surplus stock to us and which we threet exac'tly the price of mon-ycou take atdvanltage of this sale, and we less Mllht now when you need thIa wllllngly accept a sacrifice on to certainly should buy several of know that youn will he pleased with most. close out. them. your tlurchaers. Missoula's Where the Economy Center People Trade and is planning to start an te aUt laen. dry on A street In the near future. M. S. Stl. tlnleun of Spokane was in Rotlan tranilceting business TuePsday. Owenl Mackin of Anaconda stopped at the Celttal this week. James Axelson of Puolon was in Ito. nan. Mr. Wilson. proprietor of the Cen tral cate, huIs left for Missoula on business. W. P. Erb ,f 'Missoula stopped at the Sterling Tuesday. L. C. Tr'e.'im of Dixon was in Itonclll transactlng business Tuesday. MOIESE NEWS Molese. May 2.-(mpeclal.)-liev. 1.I O. Cole spoke at the clubhouse Sundltay morning at 11 o'clock. A msnlllesaI meeting of the socie.ty is called for next Sunday morning at 10.30. The regular monthly mIleeting orf the MolRse Valley club l clllled for t'rlday evening. .tlly 3, at x o'clock. A party of young people went to Dixon Saturday evening to thil second of the series of dancing parties gKven by tie Dixon basell ll club at Mar cure's hall. St. Ignatles and I)ixon will play thle return Samo at Dixon next Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Chla rles Morrison anid eChlldren who have been vislllting at their old home' in Stevensville, Ilave returned. I Jamens IIliison. who hlias leen with Mr. and Mlrs. Doila o10l few we'eks, has retlurnedll to Spokane. lien Pollard has taken up a a11o. acre llonestead near Melstono In the eastern part of thie state. l Ils brother, Tolt Pollard, has Just gone to join hini there. iaynlondl Austin has gone to Mis. soulu. Ieonl Tra.1'e left Sulndlay for Rlonanl. Clarence nminth left for Hteavensvllie Sunday night. 1,0eon Tl'inhns waes a visitor in Moullse Saturday evening. RUSSIANS EXPELLED. Mexico ('ity, May 2--A c('iinittee of the chamber of deputies today was appointed by the speaker to work for the pacification of the country. A ulll, comnlittee will be chosen to go to the north and confer with the rebels under Orosco. A. Buaus and Jose Hattner. president anld manager, respectively, of the Tamplco News company, Ilave Ieoi.n expelled from Mexico for illicit deal. nrgs In al'lms. Both aric lRumslanl sub. Jeots. They were arrested yepterdmy aft ernloon, sent to Vera Crux on the ligllt train and embarked this afternoon. Tihe utmmost secrecy was useid through. out by the police and the news leaked out wholl the men were on the high PROGREISIVES TO MEET. luanillotn, May 2.--(4npill) , Th'e local Progressilve iepubllal, vila will hold a Illeetingl at the city hall Ito mnrrow evenling to transuct businless relative to the party primarles to he held here May t1. 'Thel officer-s of the club urgently request that all mnemnhers of the cl0i0 attend the mnoet Ing uas husinlles of vital importance i. to he tken' up for discussion and settleme ft. THREE 8ETS OF DELEGATES. .l'rnlrirlha, La,, M(ay 2.-.-Thre sets of lepubllcan dlolegate at large will gW to the Clllicago convention fromn Louislana. This complex situation was brought about today when the "Lily white" wing In convention here spllt so ap Atnatilonal 'delegates are con n40E Ittiing instructed for Presl dedt Tait.a4d another set for Colonel Roopveltt Thet "1F4b* ani tan" faceton already. .als-, cºI eonvention and elected six deMl at large, instructed for Presl @adn t~i M~ -·:... MANY NEW PEOPLE FOR MONTANA FIGURE8 OF PUGET SOUND SHOW GREAT INFLUX OF NEW SETTLERS. llIlein , ,Maiy 2.- (Mperhll .) -lhtlw, een Mhlarh I iliad April I. Iinlusive, .ri:l uirliuda l of elitlgranlit liil hhes luinilal cur v.arliis pintl I llln MI nallnlo l.ng theIl line of I ° ci'hallalgor, Mll1iat1kei,'" & Pilugett Round rulllrlanad. wieretllurnell \.over i thaut linet' y thll I('hluagi. Ml w~uillke & $t. Paul it lairhll( ga .. I). Thellage flgures. wl'ire given plut herea. t(dny by P. 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In aiddition to the rue'oimrd of eIll grant teirs, Mr. H lllan Illu tes tlhailt tlhe Milw.uktllk, paiiLilll'pan er traitlsl on homeIlt' - eetllru ' ex.'irsion dltestn, tarry fromnl two to four extral t'arll, alnd tIhat folr tlhe, tetdnilt exc(lurioIis, tihe IttrthN from ill h large lnatdorn points r lru till sotel sle orall days IIIn advance. As . exampI tllllllot of tlhe heavy travel west, he cites the I fact Lhat the Ol.lym of April I.. ntarrIed thlre tolIuriLl liettlI sItlean regular (equipment, land that hth, llllllunlinn of tIlle ntie datnl, carrlted suevernl extra 'oaclc. Thil Co.losT llumbllln of hlltl daile' wax sol nlltl froll ('hl csngo to Mllwallukee two days Ia ad lvance of Il s Ihntlvllng linl-. + MADIRO STANDS FIRM. A1exlxtn I'It', May "7'. - r4lo: l Nhnald Mexti i 'II'itl full hilthe Ih ltlal fIi' the r,.'ev ltiolntls, I'r.$blel t M tlero will lltl mi., lher til- gnvrerninel nt defelt l. "I will rellre to Ilo nmti lilltintn In he nuthll," hI walt lotI Hy, relittIrtiln S pi i tit'." ' lilo at tl l to l that l the watithl nl''er reslm.g "ntil fo long nU the hu', lh ef lll enunil l , I will fight to 'defend lthe fhlg whbIh Ilth people of AleX14,!1 have pIaI s ht lly hi lnds." ROAD WILL PAY 8OON. lIltl , ar, t'" M aI F.- 1 I| '. I d,. , tlhitI, willI H 1. . 'lrry, .ls i lllol, lintedl reeIlver fur the l.i nver, Norllwesterll & Pacifi rl'lwny I..1orfft radt, y,' la'rtlly. anlllh tlidny thalt lplans wtere Ile. InIg Iotl'lulated byI witllv 'h It Willis tX. lIpct'il tlhe rtlld would Ie on Ita aylng (Inails withnll a yea11r. _ I m BIG SLIDE BLOCKS PUGET SOUND MOUNTAIN CRUMBLES OVER TRACKS NEAR BEARMOUTH, CATCHING TRAIN. A rock and earthl lide of cuonlder shie praintllstlons camn.' tilnlingll daown on the Puget aloundl tracks near Dear IImouthl Intoe Ins~t night land Ilock'ed all Iraflle on tihe. IInc. IC~.rll.r in the n'enllnin a staslll silde. occurred at tle I11mttami placle sansd Trailnilnaater Mnlehlulr wenoult toil I Ullpe.ritlntndl It removal. Il I had tlhe tircl k aboullt clear wlIhen Ihe whole sal.ide of the mountaitn .seemed. ito bre.I k losa¢ antld bury the track. It Wass of (.uch an extnt that tluperlln It.denlt .Mlrsahiill hlurrhied a worktrolIn fromi this .nd uto the division, goling hliself'I to tlhe sce'ne. Passeniger train No. I .t was caught ealt of the alliJ IIlt will not hlie shllo to pLss the ob uitrtolllon until ~lnltt tine today. It was thought at a 1te1i hour tIhat It will I. Iincessai(ry to build a templlorary itrcisk a.roundl the allelln to keepl thll IIII .1 . pll uiatlil Ithe delhrial can Ihe re iiiit.s(.tl. A WH'IST PARTY. Iluhllpitn. May I.--(14pecial.)- Mrs. A. W. Mtlelswii and Mrr. It. A. $iwairt entertallled It tlarge numlllber of. Itatllol(n ladles at whllt this aifter In'n at the holmslle of thie forllner onl tnaith IPIrst streel.