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camne dyt'ing the' i~utnMjlmtoats had wea very' mnuh t aim sudwiltth the we)ll. M ri. eMarsaP l said that the ('elved frnsu, the reservatlon. She gave the school an interestlng talk on the wite or thy0 nilthnli disuamsitg, the foga and tiebegsh in that partitular Pitr of tire Atlantic. Mrs. Pollard and dlaughter Miss Violt. Mrs. Adunms, son, and guests picnicked -at the Ftlathead river on The Molest valley school, which Closed Frlday for the sutimmer, is glv Ing a. il'cfe Monday lit Ure's grove alonll the lltathead. All Molese Is in vltoed. * / Rev, E. O. ('ole Ipoke tat the Con gregatiinaltl tichturch in Dixoin Sllndtay morning, and at tilte Molese volley citblllhoulse Iullndaylt evening. Mr. tllldholll has lrturnled fr'nli Missoula. J. . lSmith claloe utp frron Illllinng Flrl·.tLy Ihto weltl i a f iw dllay with his ¢anflb'. h'he Mh(,',In,' V'haiy clull held a ape clul nlcting lturdalnly ovvling. T.'here wall at larg, ouilunt of businessIII' he. Sfurol the club. A TRIP THROUGH MINE fOR WOMEN VISAORS Akalc, MAay 19. -- lpe.'cil l.) ... Alitpag the forms of ent.rttahitnept lolnR planned by the Wallace aUd the %hitdtlier wolen for visiltors drawnl to thin elty by the district federation of wo n's clubs this week will he aI tri ~through th Helinca n:lline. A re ctption and automnobile trip will also ,be undertaken. The visitors, who conme from ats for Ioil it) s Lewiston, lare texpectted to lrrI ( here Wed'sada.y afternoonl. They will be shown to their hotels at once Ahd that evening will be en tortaineid at the Ihoir of Mrs. C. W. Uemgle. 1'he platnned prograil will hii begnlil Thursday mornlng In the ('ongregat tional chllurch. 1Thnat afternoomn the ;Hou14 trip will iia RlvtAm .1' tom' here to Blirke the ladles 111l ppoeltly Tide onil oe of the railroads, Ivogilbly in aut mobiles. ST. REGIS 'l. IReigi.s, May 1.-(Special.)-- 1-Dr. Allen Fuller was in Mlsso4ola last weuek on business.H )r. Ilanller of Malteso looked after his Interests while he was away. Mr. anld Mrs..I. M. R. Ross went to M Issoula Friday. Mrs. William helwl left last Hunday for a visit l.l Indiana and Ohio with Ihr father and mother. T. Hehern, and sIster, Mrs. A. R. Whoeelr. The pluning mill at $t. Regis hits started, and it Is hoped by the people it will have n' long run. It. Oleson left for it visit with rela tives and friends in Wisconsin. Friday was the last day of school at the 'Mill sChuolhouse. The forenoonI ,wo.s stpent In school, theh a pliento dinner for atll of tihe ymonlgsiters, and a Iively aift ernoonl was spient by thelll all. Mr. Wells, the t.atiter, will leave In ia few days to take tilt work at the YIllowstomne poari for the snu.lier'. BEARMOUUTH NEWS l4tl'lrtnultl May 19.- (Htoctlial.) -- Whilliam t 4tu rtif itave.i aolortIh, Kat., arrlved ~tlitrdlay, expecting to spelnd C (te sllaliner with hit sisters, Mrs. 4hll'is alnnen and Mrs. T. Xi. (lrain. Mrs. ', . l Taylor and Ilttle son frern visitltllg at the htluni of her ilotthe', Mrs. t. ((. ..Uletj-slten of Ten Milt, Anl Intllit daughter arrived at the lhome of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew lient of Ten Mile. Mother and child troe both doing nicely. COAUPON CQP AP a MAY '0; 1'2. Desiring to render u, great educational service to its readersu'Jhe Mls soullan has arranged with Mr.. Haskin* to handle, WtTPIOU'J' PROIIT to IT.IEL'. the esolusive output of his valuable'bolokor Mlasoula. Cut the aebov .coupon from six consecutive issues of The ihewoulian and present thetrh with 60 oshts, to Cover the' btre cout' of .Anufacture, freight and handlingr and .,oopy, will be presented to you. Wkthout adUl tional cost. " Bear In ml4d that this book iat been maot oarefully writ ten; that every uhapter in it is vouched for by an autthorlty; that its is illustrated from photographh taken especially tfor it; that it ,it'pripted in ,large. lear type on:fine book patper a.d .evd ldLn hlevy Ileth in an attractive.: durambie manner. A $E.p0 V LU'J. ?R. .$. ,A tuicuakly, if yoq4 Want oa copy Save ai vPBS ii$Vb eoupons and p`edint ather at a's Oftloa e89l ' inle tarm'pt. SA-.; 4" Ct[ ' ., Poison, May ,t.- (pecial.)-.ile first coanlnencenent oteiergeisi of the Poison high lehool were held in the Mbtheodit oehorphi' Thursday evening, May to. THi dbith4h war. erwwdedi to the-doors by a large and enthusiaqtle audience. The clausconsltted of tbhee members: Arline Stoughton, John Berrington Stackhouse, Jr., and F. Zera Gray. The salutatory, "WHat, a Hlgh Bchool biptoma M~(ans to a Sttident," was given by Arline Stoughton in a very acceptable manner. Her stage pres ence was easy and graceful and her voice was clear, with good carrying power. The alas history was given by *era Gray. Ilis paper was witty and well written and was much un joyed by the audlence. John stack-e house, Jr., chose "Hohooi Days" for his oration. lie handled his subject in an entertalning and interesting manner, and his delivery was excellent. The address to the class was de livered by Iev. IGeorge W. White. tie spoke on the need of a higher edu eltion, lespeclly to the averalge ilan. ills thought was that the Imlcr narrow ia man's life or occupation tile more need he ans for an education which would free the mind, even though the body he chained. His talk was nmuch enjoyed by the udhiene r iid Was ail Inaldratlion to the matny young p'euopli' who heard it. A special programll of Itsit 'aas r'n dered which would have done credit to at much larger place. The diplomas were presented to tie c(lass by T. 1. McMieihuIa. In bie ad dress, Mr. MclMichael said that only three years ago at group of m.en had pledged themselves to pay for th(le Ilar chase,' of a site for ta school bilding. At that time we had not even a district organied. *The first butlding was built and the first teacher was paid by pri viate subscription. Now we have it faculty of six mnemblrs, which will he increased next year. We have t gonod brick butlding and a four-years' high school course organized. lie also slid that great credit was due to the pen ple of Poison that all this had been accom.plished In so short a time. The commlssion form of government carried ait Tuesday's election by a ma jority of five votes. Rev. (leorge W. Wolfe of Buittl dte liveredtl a lecture on the Irish people at the Methodist church Tuesday evenl Ing. The lecture was much enjoyed by those wdho had the pleasuire of hear ing it, and the lecturer merited a larger audlence than was present. P. W. Barnard, secretary of the K slIepell C'hamber of C'onmrce, in In ithc toe, ' He willtpak at tile chamber of dommerce ha et tonight. A. B. Bcikford and Civil Engineer Keeney returned yesterday from a trip across the reservation with Major Fred Morgan. They appraised the Indian land for the right-of-way for the eleo trhit line of the Flalthead Power & Traction company./ CAMAS NEWS ('umtas, Mlay I9.--(Hpeint.) -Mrs. (*. (.'ullhlis oi' alMih. ('ity, "eattle qulll'-nf of Montant , in vilsiting tlh springs for the benefit of her heilth. WVillnm M4isie, sheriff of' Hugllan'r county. made a flying trip tihr,ntllg here Ttuesday, serving one or t:aI subpoenus. C(liff Ritteoiour of Plains, eeiii aniedlel by John tCoughlin, ta pr'uminent milling man, imade a trip here 'rui. day, thence on to ('lnlis Pririe. Mr. ('oughillln is flguring on ,ra flour mill somnewihere in tills i (utyi, perlhaills at llains, and tulsure's the penol lu e li AiLtput will be of the very best grirle. WiJlli.t 81trns opienled up nn jice ir t piarlor tihe first' of iue week in thei Itildling just niih iif lit Hliead quarters hotel. J. Jensig. esuployled iby Poei.ms & 7Zei, left Ir'riday for a Smunl;ay business trip ill Iozernlun. tMrs. Charlesx Pl'onlgun in rs'elirtedl it being very ill. ''te (41 its is.hools have tIHocd after it mIlt nuccessful you*a rei.lrted Ifroll tleh school. \Villini (blrd, htndlord at the HItead (ullrters hotel, lhas beautlified his place by iplntintg everygreenis anII shrlubbI)ery along the front, gviing thie ilic(' an appearalnce of a stltnmmer re sort. o '_t* ro keep hou. Jut ..a.. P AT re ,d il . . Ben i toS M O Y klatr e tglitg KE d G I LAS GookE AWA Wft ItKwards , * auyeby w9- wa 1 r- For your poaor bae ks b ake, don't try to keep ho.e twitho' outad Ipto f,. . i h.,h r h d Itda of amona.ey a we nOt iarticuhtr boney and I t d e After tile Uhet wah. eonm (t Sar lSTEALur boy faY- t Kver $i of the monly. e'iordil.g to went ntrs. T a. batoyer dstrbou teo gn I beofr bottle nd saw the mooney n playin candy raffles, the palnde, and I took it." Turie was th e bltnce, slon of Capt laude lTheilrdi, i yo.Voe boy weho rals alr r'atnd ySchterteey ufternoon by s 'htef oe PellIt' Hrre e Traok or ste. aleng $80a r took some of. it t(. r T , whurday. hie ldt i.e l portion of larctnye 4onary, $ar4, wbi.e stlry showse that he lhad bllle idea ofm', ey ail d wtree by ti mrtlulytr "l d'et k now weepig the t heft sCret. Joey welut," uil I cEwllnardh, , "t I spent der lorrct ofr t. a theft, Mle boya b.50 alind gv L.c e of thael ot h dn the tt way tnlheli tfree ldending of tl. Afi thr led theft wart coet, mld the .Cfwears lhey promptlu boy Waonfessed hettr onafrniter. Hwth ot away wrth over S05 of the money. according to 4th wroes. wTre takeoy distrbfrte Ju ce of the nimosell In playing candy rafles, elndlng to W ney like ptint f erhr aon then thrled tller helac, a Ia (erptale Keen. The enoey wies buerled several tilcet'e ccniii tile- $ieeear bocy is said tee have diisineterrid the money twice. lie final lNy took somn of It to, leie hcoecce, whero h l ii It. A porertlin of thlice uoney, $14, wasi dug uie where' it lead beIen cahedeeeie cinder ci tre' by tilhe huyS. "I eliect leeciew wiecee thle' telocey went," seidl Edwaerds, "bhuh I spent a lot of ii. i gavce tle' Maeeiein bcoy $Z.80 anid gavee Moelule ot tiii- othecrs money." It waccs the free spending of ti' mncccecey I hie Ita le tie thee- arrest, ino· tae Kewards bioy eromptly confaesed when cofreeitedi with the charge. 4eoth boe~ were taken 'before Justice W. 91 Hceleons undt will piroacbly iee (ecel toi Wullcicl foer fuel lier ectleone iI II,. dtistrict m-iot. RONAN NOTES Ronan, May 19.--iHlpericl.)-iDr. and Mlia, W. It. 4heen aiov*d, into their la-w notiagae ill (i.h'inont, i'rawfaord ddlitin yeslterday. Mis Ms lthlc Miller, whi has boeeo Iklliag a vurntola l ftalr I uta pas.L weok, is1 buak in til' Htore again. MrN. A. Mt. $ll'll'nburgh rIeturnod M'iddady frail a lhorl visit il Kalispoil. M. M. J. tinaedict Is buildling a now IboI.iI il blahis lot il I, lairlont.Craw. ford aldditiol. 'I'lis will hI another large and bIultilul hlirn llf thatt diln tI t t, All of ltie publi' schuola, botlh, In town uItl country, htave closedl their door untill full, anlil the chlldren en. joye'd ilnlics upi Crow creek canyon ysute'rdaly. Wagns, Ibltggies, carts and autos were filled wlth happy ctill. dren. T'hey hlft about 9 a. m. and returnad, ahbout 5ip. in., tried and happy, Thebre will be two ·ball games art lTonan ,May :30, between itonan and St. Ianailiua allnd Ituolwn and ISJg Arm. Miss Adia Meyr, sister of Mrs. A. I,. I'rawford, arrived here yesterday morlning and will sp.ald the summer Mras. . ~. i.atlibone returCnd .a Xew days ago ·ro ll a visit to )ixoin, M. (.. A, A4tinsoey of 3illlings was in Itananl yesterday. Jantci W. Foley of tijpokane passed through Ronan ylsterday. Thomas iowlmand of Misaoula was in Ronan Wednesday. M. A. C.. Reeves of .oattle stopped' at the Itorling the first of the weejl M. J,. Love of Missoula transatye business In R·onan this week. Miss l, Clne, teloaher In the e public Schodl,. will spend a week Witi uGlss itus, and -then will leave for the east to be gone until school opena in Sep. tunmber. NEW .ARS. HiLmilton, Mpl 15.--tlpeoclal.)--O,.Ct; C'ooper, and A. BI Doawhilp are the proud .possu.4or* of two', fipe, Over lai; =t$u iftSig NIast, widh I aprivoI4 i ui ar .ete 0at rtsaRd.. .......a n _iA i4 ttEs iat hapy;Ih . n ,a 1 il "etl ttrt/yetsr4 y. ' M 1 8iAlt i N, COMPANY ... tl,,+ C ....HAno+ + Wallb.~ae, ý'S 1. 1- (-wspeelat.) CGAogre ,J. IQtbger, former general .managertof the Boar Top OPotYao Minling oomtaly, became the raetever of the dompal1)f tt nder the orders of Judge W. I( Wb~lods of the ditriet. court yeste.ayt ,The receivership was granted on the Iistancen of the prelia dent of thi coltlpany, who statee in a complait-L. that the c'manaiy 1 in. solvent'and thr.ened with numerous suits and atthlto ents. It. was-a to avoid these and lonserve the ( poperty of the company that the auUon was begun, According to the stat,,ments of A. 3. Wirinker. presldent of th company, the Bear Top Orofitto Is Indebted at toe present time about $144,456. Against this thsey have i't nddition to interebs In -2 elatitsi, sulr'face roperty valued lit $75,.000. These latter holdings ret. described a, n 150-ton Clwenrll ntlor valued at $42,0000, two compressors valued at $12.000, a tramway worth $4,000, build nllgsi and planingl mill worth $5,600, and tools andt'ppliti'noen valued at $12.000. Thei compet..l li inleiltd to Its preu ldennt for molney firstname.lastname@example.org it recent dates i total or $4J,l~t. 'l'thi money, the president iay,, was livanced between .nullnlry 1. 1012, Iln ,I May 16, In an effort to pul th c'nllllany Ont a paly Itig hasis. To contintle lie operation is to Incur mrte per'onol Indebtedness, he s5a.. TTnder theI rules of lieor poratlon asiessmenlts :treu forbidden. In detalling the list of indebted nrsa, Mr. Brinker sau. that thh im idoves hnve alot; b,'In paid for their April or 'their Ma) ) w rrk. Thltll st' tr*n. piloye are threatening to fli.' Iltet'. I THOMPSON , I 'lItnlpon, Mlta 1v."-(pecil.)-- t'harle H. Hall and John V. Pat teron, the Mlss ula lirm of attorneys, arrived here tMoliday morning to ap pear in court, rppvrogentitglittC. defense in the case of JObslas Pilotln against Amelia Florin, ikecutrix. of the e.. tate of Henry Florin, deceased. R. (C. Carpenter eame up from his Vermillion creek mines Sunday for supplies and powdr. Mr. Carpenter says the propert'tin looking fine and stringers of gold ore are coming In the face of the tunnel l.Jdicating that they are not far from th, main ledge. Judge John ",ihwrell of Paradise brought dowtry a~ptt) to the county seat Sattrday, Wahat"he considered In sane. He grave hl name4 as RL L. McGrady and insisted that he was on his way to. heaven and on+hls arrival here deelared that this was the; place he had been looking for. The Thompson Falls batseball team will go to Plains feunday to play the Plains aggregation. This promises to hie a warms game air the Plains boys have got their new suits and are lined upl n good shape to slip one over on the visitors. The St. Regis team is expected here one week from next Sunday to play the home team. art'r. J. J. 'Matulys received a mes sage f+unday ,morning from Omaha an nounling the death of her father, Jeas Backriter. Contractor (. t Pinley arrived here Tuesday from Mis~nula to attend a case he has on hand against, William Cummings and wtas accompanied by his attorney, John JI. Tolan. John Lyons, a contractor of Mis soula, and well known here, where he has erected several publin buildings, arrived here Tuesday morning, being called as withess in the IPinley-Cum. nlings case. ,More than anlugh stock has heen subscribed for to assure the success of the steamboat line on the Klathead river, to rin between l)ixonl and Sloan's ferry A meeting of the stock holders has been held and officers elected, resulting in the order tieing placed for the boat. rThe new steamer will be a flat bottom, 25-ton eRpaofty, stern wheel er, propelled by a pair of 10x48 eh gipes and ttr horsepower hoiler. It will he 70 feet in length with 18ifoot beam and will draw only 14 inches of 'water when not loaded. DEEDS NOT WORICS .Misoula Peopls Have Absolute Proof of Deeds at DHome. It's not ,words but deeds that prove true imeratit. 'he deteds of I)oatn''Kidney Pills, For MissulaM kidney saufferurs, Hayv muade their 4ocal' reputation. .Probf lies it the testimony of alM soula people who Ihve-been cured to stay cured. James Knowles, 1014 Howell street, ileusoula, Mont., says: ',-"The publlo statemeut a member of my family ,gave two years ago, canoerleng the terlits of' Duani's g14';iay Pills was cornrect. I,'or matny uears I siftterec from kidneyy und bJle4der trouble; the Jlist synuglol.pt being &n inability to qrttrol the kidney secretions. I also had a weak back and Was unable .at stoop or lift. About two, years ago I began using Uoan's Id tsbneyPills, pro otured at the Milssoat D?', coiropalty, and I was entirely attOd. "I have had no recurrence of kidl@y eomplaint and I theapters higbshl rTeomnondlm poan's gidnqy Pilla." i It + 00n1 1 s, " terr1W" , pt s,,V e 0. , I0Mee.. ..t' I P. ,, , yj ;It , .t,.w the. . ..m..g MAKIUP OP AAVAI).I COUKNT G V 4NTIN IS mRTgRMINRD BY PRIMARIIS. atamlltOIt, May 1..-(peclal.)-AI .lthe lu M 4tnetaic primnarl.s held here y.eterday to ohooso dlegnotes to the lea'Prsttle Qotlnty e.nventlon the fol. lowitg were elected: ,It.nlltqn, prectnct t--H. 1.. Myers, 3d Noonan, K. FtRomney, P. J. lthnn. non.'L. 0. Johnson, Uoorge Walden and W. A. 'MEllroy. Itatimltolti, prtcttct 86-lke 'Wylie John Lewis, Rob Inmithey. Ned 'Pay. lur, Ilmmett McMulrry, Itd Jo.tnstn, Martin Tucker, Witllihtn Wynt, W., WV. Bllndeauer and H. 1.. tinhtson. The following delegates were elected at Corvnlll: J. ttnwlllln, Albert .tllff, W.' I. HlAtwley, Matt Va.Khnl, C. h. (Curnon and 'Trun Ierlling. ROOSEVELT DELEGATES ARE NAMED IN GEORGIA AtlantaI (I. May 1i1.- Anti-Taft c'OliVeltilnit wire held yest lrdy iii 'avt'h orf e . 12~ .' aogrselrntnl itlltcris to name delegateu to the C'hhinta IWI,in. Vention to cent'.at the seating 'if del. "ttemI recently noaned by the v, ted.lht re'gular republiianei. ,In ,.very itlllanc ' the' delegtotis were instrutclte'd % \Iito ftr1 to'nlonel tloonevrll. 8HOMER'S The Adventures of Ulysses After the Fall of Troy Magnificent $200,000 P'roduction Made' by Milano, Who Mado Dantes' Inferno Three tholantld feet of greatest pilcture eOver nallde Harnols Theater Wedemuday and Turesday, May 23 and 23 Prices: 10 and 20 Cents. 7:30 to 10 p. m. YOU SEE IT e ISIS The Coolest and Beot Ventilated The Boss of Lumber Camp No. 4 A brilliant ;rnl deeplv slirrh4" drarlra of thi, 10disnon type. A Hasty Honeymoon Ofine of flip hlappient aii tnerritel photo.-r.mnedlei to datell An Excursion In New Zealand A btucptift'ly pt'lul'it trvcelogue. Vcr,'y InLt rat ics i t enil ertltanlulig. The Trail of Gold Thii 'ndgptlfieent weiulrll driliaun ise o o of tlle I t piltodutltons tluat ttii K(oi'hn c picuilel i, avie ivcer of Music-The Unsurpassed Orhestra RIJOW ---T HEAT eR Program Tonight and Tueedays S Dream DaIces Performed by Virginia Myers, five yeas old. Ituth ft. Deni usaid of this child Lhat shie wau alll hat 'c ho hori. hoped to be. The little artist and her gr'ce combnlne to make this beautiful film an art.stl noyoity and at pileysurt Imumory to evory spottator. How Patrick's Eyes 4 Were All dlison comedy that's a dandy. T te Craven Powarfutl 'wetern drama. The F iserauid's Love Weautitul sq., fa.l.enating" we lea.! Sale of Women's Sample Lae Colmg s .a Cuffs 'at Collar letsa It's extraordinary in the fullest sense of the p , w I too, and it's a sale so unusual, the variety is so is f and the values so great that before Monday il i over it will be the talk of Missoula. Come early tnd you will be privileged to choose from the handsomast gathering of rich and exclusive lace collars (all tlhls season's very latest styles) ever shown in Missoula and at prices that will prove a bargain revelation. Priced at almost Half their value. 3 ANDUPTO$ EXCURSIONS .-VIA Oregon Short Line To Eastern Points From Butte, Anaconda and Helena to Chicago, Milwaukee and return ...................................$5750 St. Louis, Mo.; Rock Island, Ill.; Davenport, la., and return ..... .............. ............ .................. 54.00 P eoria, Ill., and return ....................................................... 5 .1 5 Missouri river terminals, Sioux City to Kan sas C ity and return ....................................... .... 45.00 Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo and return...$37.50 Des Moines, Ia., and return ............$47.60 Tickets on sale May 18, 25, 27; June 1, 7, 8, 10, 11, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 29; July 3, 12, 20; Aug. 1, 2, 23, 31; Sept. 4, 5. Open going transit limit 10 days; final re turn limit Oct. 31; liberal stopovers. $45 to St. Paul and Minneapolis and Return from Butte and Anaconda IDte of utile and final limit name as shown sbove. 'i'his Is the aine. raIte n Iasl;teil by the direct line. / Iteem,,l l.r. your th(Ilct cant read in either one or Iho , lire, c tions, via Hailt Lakel (Iily, Denver and I ulmh. NItween Ogden aind Deouver you can be mroited ili one,, direction, via the Denver & Rio S(hilri,., til. maenic line of the world. Make Pullman Reservations Early. For rates from oIth'MontIana points, informs tion as to rouln t and full particulars, call a* orad S dress this office. F. D. WILSON, D. F. & P. A. 2 North Main Street Butte, Mont. The Safe Road to Travel GRAND FEATURE PICTURES CHANGED DAILY COMING- ZIGOMAR -COMi NG MAY 23 AND 24 ONLY MAPE8 & MAPAS Spring Styles Now Being Ie4qi9vd IDaly. 4286 HIGGIN AVM II State Agents INSU I$NC Steiway & Sons ire, LI and AoM Riit Insurano* ogI p nd Roeal gr. Vap S.ons, NationM l Surty o n. . onse 1 and 9, Dunea & Peteurea ilk r