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Prices, $16.50 to $75.00 Missoula Mercantile Co., YALUABLE COURSES ANNOUNCED INTERESTING AND HELPFUL FEATURES PLANNED FOR SUMMER SCHOOL. All of the details are complete for the summer school at the state uni fersity. The announcements of the summer session for this year, alreadyI sent out, have attracted much atten tion and have wakened no little in terest among the teachers end ad vanced students of the state. It is expected that the attendance' will be large and that the school will assemble in Missoula most of the leading spirits In the educational work of the state. In addition to the announced course of study, there will be a special course In civics, conducted by Dr. Underwood of the university, one of the nation's authorities on this subject. There will be another special course, physl ography, conducted by Principal Foote of Dillon. These two courses will be specially Interesting and helpful to! the teachers of the state. An unusually attractive feature of the summer school will be a lecture on the evening of June 14 by Professor Albert Bushnell Hart, of the depart-1 ment of history at Harvard univer sity. Professor Hart will be at that time on his way to Portland and President Dunlway has Induced hint to spend a day in Missoula and to ad dress the membllers of the summer school. This will be a rare treat. As already ann)ounced, the railways have granted special rates to students and teachers attending the summer! school. Particulars regarding courses and other details tony ,beh obtauned from the office of the president. THE GIRL WITH BEAUTIFUL HAIR Uses Newbro's Herpicide. There is one sure and certain way for every woman to have beautiful hair, and that is to give it Intelligent care, which includes the use of New bro's Herpicide. This remarkable preparation kills absolutely the dandruff germ, eradl cates dandruff and prevents the hair from falling. The prophylactic action of Herpicide keeps the hair tree from disease, and with the scalp sweet and clean a natural hair growth is Inevitable. Herplcide hair scintillates with health and vigor, light and luster, produced only by the well-known scalp and hair dressing, Newbro's Herpicide. Newbro's Herpicide In 50c and $1.00 sises Is sold by all dealers who guar-I antee it to do all that Is claimed. It you are not satisfied your money will be refunded. All first-class barbers and hair dressers use and recommend It. A sample and booklet will be sent } to any address upon receipt of 10c by f The Herplclde Co., Dept. R., Detroit, t btoh. Missoula Drug Co., special I agents, HERE I AM Having purchased the entire stock of clothling, gents' furnishings, shoes and good will of Otis Wor den, I am now prepared to serve all my old friends as well as new ones with the best of merchandise in Mis soula. Orders taken for the Steadfast line of knit under wear, sweaters, hosiery and neckwear for, men, wom en and children, also made-to-measure suits and trous ers from the Elite Clothing Co,, of Chicago, one of the largest and best tailoring establishments in the cohn try. Samples always on hand. Come in and see me. Courteous treatment and best values at all times. Louis E., Kennedy 503 N6rth Higgins Avenue. SAVE SIX COUPONS TO GET A BOOK "THE AMERICAN GOVERNMENT" IS INTERESTING AND A VAL. UABLE REFERENCE BOOK. Seldom has a book came from the presses of any printing establishment that is as interesting typographically as "The American Government." by Irederic J. lanskin, which The MlMsou lian is now placing within easy reach of every one of its reader. The book is printed in a type that Is large enough to be easily read byl young and old, and yet not so large as to make a bulky volume. The style followed is exceptionally interesting. tPertain things In printing are always matters of individual preference. For Instance, it is correct to write either "twenty-five miles" or "25 miles." Also. It is equally proper to speak of the "Mississippi River," or the "Missis sippi river." Likewise no decision ever has been made. nor can be made, as to whether we should put a comma after the second adjective In such a sen tonce as "It is a cold, damp, gray morning." Hundreds of questions like this are constantly coming to the attention of the book writer. The one thing he must do Is to make his decision for a general style and then solve all sub sequent problems by the standard. That is the only way a book may be made typographically harmonious. The government printing office an nually spends millions of dollars in printing. It has adopted a style book which is the final arbiter for the United States government in all these matters. The style used In "The American Government" is that used in this greatest of all the world's print shops. The proofs of the book were read by one of the men who compiled the style Ihk of the government printing office. Are yolu saving the coupons from The Missoullan? TO BILLINGS. D)epty Hherlff Pound of Billings c('oce to Missoula yesterday after l'rank I"'rher .whom the local off; 'lnrl hatve been holding on a charge of parstng bad checks in Billings. l'roher was arrested near Haugan. Mr. Pound spent yesterday with his father, who lives in Missoula, and will return to Billings with his pris oner this morning. LEAGUE MEETS. The local chpater of the American llloman's league met yesterday after noon at the home of Mrs. Benjamin I.. Hayes, 219 South Second street. Miss Doris Prescott furnished music and the afternoon was spent in dis cussing plans for the organization's future. ''lhe chapter meets June 4 with Mrs. Sarah Crouch. FOR DESERTION. I'alder Sheriff A. V'. Anderson of Ladysmnlith. Wis.. arrived in Missoula yesterday and took with him on No. 2 last lnight, L.ouis Blair, who is wanted for desertion of his wife and childr"n. Blair was a brakemai on the Paget Soutld and was ar eted near lEast Portal by Deputy lSwan Johnson. 4SAVY MVS1MsN? OP OQAA N m hS WSI. o.rINUue ON Business on the raitrods has bee* keeping up tOat mark set during the preceding W h The jeavyt mo"e ment of fIa to the boit le on. tilltuin. The Northetbm Pelflo ts rushing them through as fst uas they can be handled and the Rooky Moun tain divildon Is shooting them to the Idaho divislon as fast and faster than' that section d thik wilread casa take car of them. The Puget, souad in also hurrylang it emlpty flats to the cast fy use in the lumber trade. Other las of business are keeping up in a remartlable manner. A local of. ficial of the Northern Paciflo said yesterday: "We have no complaint to make about the volume of business that Is being hnadled by our road. Traffic this month is in advance over that we have had during corresponding months of the preceding years. It is holding up remarkably well." The Northern Pacific ticket office yesterday received a tariff authorising a rate and a third for the unlversity's summer school, which it to be held here from June 10 to July Q0. The rate is made on the certlfioaste pit , but is regardless of the attendanl.oe The tickgts will be on sale from June' 4 to 13 and will be honored up to and including July 24. The Puget Bound expects notification of the same rate. Several of Mlssoula's residents are to be spectators at the Olympic games to be held in Stockholm, Sweden, this summer. -The local steamship agents have been answerIng queries in re gard to rates for some time and it appears that some of the local Swedes will take advantage of the fact that tne Olympic games are to be held In Sweden to make a visit to their native land. Three have already signified their Intention of going, and it to probable that several more will sign for the trip. Chief Clerk W. H. Bunney left last evening for Livingston, to take charge of the general superintendent's office. Mr. Bunney has been in Missoula dur ing the past few days assisting Mr. Burns. the new chief clerk here, and arranging his household affaire. Mrs. Bunney will visit her mother in Ta coma before Joining Mr. Bunney in Livingston. The Al 0. Barnes circus train will arrive in Missoula over the Milwaukee this afternoon. The cars will prob ably be unloaded at the Puget Sound station and will then be taken over to the Northern Pacific. Conductor G. H. Borton of the Puget Bound came in from Deer Lodge yesterday and is spending a few days in Missoula. The main ob Ject of Mr. Borton's visit was to have a bothersome cinder removed from his left eye. He will probably stay over for the circus Monday. The Puget Sound has opened a block office at Saltese. The Molchoir twins have been assigned to tele phone tricks at the new office. The Milwaukee will make rates for the democratlo state convention In Butte. The fare will be $4.10 for the round trip. The dates of sale are May 28 and 29 and the tickets will hbe good for return to May $1, In clusive. The Northern Pacific offices last evening stated that the ran was lo cal and that the river showed no tendency to come up agale. General Manager 0. A. Goodell of the Northern Pacific will arrive in Missoula on No. 3 this afternoon. He will leave for the east some time during the evening. THE EgOR3Y. Of my superior portrait work Is largely the fact that I make a care ful study 6f each subject. Raphael, the great painter, was once asked how he mixed his paints and replied: "I mix them with brains." That is what I do in my portrait work. To be sure, superior equipment, the latest electri cal appliances for printing, developing, etc., help, but the basic principle is to see In the subject the artistic and be able to bring it out by correct posing and shading. That Is the kind of work I do. If you want portraits In stead of photographs I shall be pleased to serve you-and at very reasonable prices, too. MURRAY BROWN, Photographer to Particular People. Higgins Avenue, Next to Bridge. ZIPP 1I CLEARED. theriff Kelly yesterday released M. Zift, whom, he has been holding at the request of the Plathead county officials. The Kalispell people tele phoned yesterday that the charge against Ziff had beep dismissed. PROM DE BORGIA. George McMullen, who is operating a sawmill at DeBorgia, is in the city for a few days. Mr. McMullen re ports considerable business activity and a large amount of building at his home town. There never was a time when people appreciated the real merits of Cham berlain's Cough Remedy more than now. This is shown by the Increase in sales and voluntary testimonials from persons who have been cured by it. If you or your children are troubled with a cough or cold give it a trial and become acquainted ts good qualities. For sale by al" eu. tand Lea p.llren ent at. Phope 4. re. , itrs. and a. ., 4 . Wqod of AIlbr-t are vlaltors is c' t today. Raikmaa 4sfar. 3rd. q I * l. George A., of aminiltcp, ppat the day In' lia on busldi,, tmenorapher Dawson, Montana btik Mr. and Uma Dan Dwer of Arles were visitors la Missoula yesterday. Marsh, the uadertaker, phone 3t1. _ol.ert T. s rdsof Tacoma is In the ity lookl over orchard tracts with view to pthasing. J. M. MPrice. Real estate and loans. A son w Si born to Mr. and Mrs. Perry P. 5 tO o of Big Arm at the hmes of Mr. and Mrs. Black at Carl 'ton. Missoula Stoage Co.. C. R. Avery. tlNs Joesphhti Hunt of CaUllapeo will be "the s t of 'Sappa K~appa Gimma sorority for the next two weeks. Dr. Willard, osteopath, lt. Natl. bank. rss Jessie Wharton of Butte is the t of her elster. Miss Carolina Wharton, Pring commyncement at the university.l Money to lon. Taylor & Petrson., M. J. 'Murphy, dlstrbt manager of the Woodmen of the W'drld, spent yes terday in Missoula while on his way to Spokane. Baggage andt transfer Phoe 131 Bell. 8. Knot of Heron came in to the city yesterday to accompany his daughter home after her years work in the Missoula county high school. It your lawnmower needs sharpen ing telephone 181 red; will call for and return J. P. Reinhard, hardware. John S. Pcak, one of the proprietors of the Palace hotel, came in to Mis soula yesterday from Wal.a Waill to look after his business Interests here. Try the Windsor hotel 80-aent meals. Best In the city.. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. McAndrews are here for a few ddas from their home at Alberton, wher Mr. -MoAndrews is a car foreman for tho Milwaukee rail road. Missoula Ice Co. Phone 387? Id.; 810 black. Crawfotrd & Walker. Mr. and Mrs. 1'. L. Bateman came in from Ravalll yesterday to tak-e home their handsome new auto stage, which will be run from Ravaeli to Poison.. Humane society. Call Bell phone 899. red or black. P. O. box 781. Miss Isabel Tyack, who Is a student in the Sacred Heart academy, and her friend, Miss Edith Baker, went Friday to spend Sunday at the Tyack home in Florence. Saddle horses for sale or rent at 200 East Main. Either phone 456. H. J. Wells, who has been teaching the school at St. Regis. Is in Missoula for a few days on his way to Yel lowstone park, where he has charge of one of the Wylle camps. Dr. J. Louise Smith, osteopath, Ma sonic temple. Phone 611; res., 513 red. A daughter was born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Danielson at their home, 406 North Third street. Mr. Danielson Ia employed with the Northern Pacific railroad. Board and room, Windsor hotel, $1.00 per day. Best in city. W. J. McGraw, who has been for the last two years a conductor on the Santa Fe railroad, running out of Los Angeles, arrivja yesterday in Missoula to visit for ~ weeks with his sis ter, Mrs. M. 07 'Martin. Money to loan on ranch and city property. H. D. Fisher, i18 B. Main St. Peter Mansson of Columbla FPalls, yesterday filied appllcation for home stead entry on 40 acres in unit "C," the south half of the northwest quar ter of section 10, township 21 north, range 21 west. Missoula Employment Agency for experienced help. Phone 468. Mrs. Wardli reports the new hos pital, named the "Trinity Hospital," to be now in readiness for service. The operating room will be ready within a week, and other conditions are in every way excellent for receiving and caring for patients. If your lawnmower needs sharpen. Ing telephone 152 red; will call for and return. J. P. Reinhard, ýradware. John Kent of (camas Prairie yester. day filed an application for home. stead entry on 160 acres In the west half of the soutlheast quarter of sec tion 7 and the went half of the north east quarter of section 13, township 21 north, range 23 west. H. W. Hudson, kiro praotor. B. & A. bldg. Any disease; eamlination tree. Harry Townsend of Seatrioe, Neb,, has come to take the position in the Missoula Trust & Saving bank re. WE WANT TO TRADE 10-acre orchard traet, a goo one, close In, for a desirable oity prop. erty. A good ranch property for good olty home. To rent a 5-roost house, nearl new; water In kitbc14pl one bloob from north side sobholbousei $10 per month. •W. H. 81m . -scau.pm 7ii 1. N a . • .........................»............................................................................. ........................ + S. , ' ,ia ,O .. . ... ..w.. . . . . , . . .. *.. ..,..... ONLY ONs nRAoR TO' ACn MAN MISSOULA MECANTILE' CO. e .eantly esIgned by J. P. Woodbury. Mr. Townsend has brought his family and they are fol the present at the home of his father, Georn Townsend. SDr. Anna James. osteopath, Higglns r block. Phone 834 black; e., 86 red. L Handy scratch pads sad waiter ohecks for sale at The Missoulian of. floe. A letter was received here yesterday from Miss Anna Westin, telling of the death of her father in Spokane last SThursday morning. Miss Westin was o stenographer In the office of Attorney H. C. Stif and she was called home to Spokane because of the illness of her father. Broken lenses duplioated without a prescription. Newton HIL ohweiker, optical specialist, 308-305 Motanla bik. Mrs. George Barclay wishes to an nounce that she has opened a dress making parlor in the Montana build ing. room 60L. Bell phone 681. Andrew Hirsoh of Jackson applied yesterday for hompestead entry on 140 acres in the north half of the-north. east quarter of the. southest quarter, the northwest quarter of the south east quarter and the northeast quar. ter of the southwest quarter of sec tion ,0. township 6 south, range 15 west. If your lawnmower needs sharpen Ing telephone 1652 red; will call for and return. J. P. Reinhard, hardware. Clarence E. MoLaughlln of Ronan filed an application yesterday for homestead entry on lots 1 and 2, the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter of section 30, township 19 north, range 2l west, and the south east quarter of the northeast quarter of aection 2, township 19, range 23 west. The members of the Women's R.s liet corps are requested to meet at the postoftlee at 10:30 a. m. Sunday, for the purpose of attending Memorial services at the Presbyterian church. Louis Napton was yesterday pre sented with a $12 set of drawing In utruments, made by the Keuffel & Esser company and offered by the Missoula Mercantile company to the student making the best record in' manual training for the year In the Missoula county high school. The honor was well earned this year by Louis -Napton, who has shown marked proficiency in his hand work. A00DDITIONAL SOCIETY A May Peetival. The Woman's ". suary to the Or chard Homes Country Life club, will hold a May festival next Thursday afternoon on the lawn of the 8purgin home. All friends are cordially In vlted to attend and they will be regaled with coffee, ice cream and cake, besides an Interesting program. Rereoation Club Pienie. The Recreation club of the Young Women's Christian assoclation will have a picnic Thursday afternoOn. riends, alU who oars to Join In the good time, are Invited to take the Bonner car at 1180 o'clock. Nach per sbn is to bring her own Iutch, and from Bonner the party will walk up the Blackfoot until a pleasant place is found to spread the lunch and have the bonfire. Glebler.Ott, f'red Otebler, proprietor of the In dependent meat market, and Emmna Ott. 4 well-known nurse of thfi octy, believe they have the laugh on some of. their shrewd friends. They were quietly married early In May and are now bhapplly establiabi In t1alr house. .oeplng at 8M Owe i t. Mr, GlebWer says he dey.tne 'thns anoun, meot of his w ndding norder to escape threatened serenades. For ' Ir, Leeah, Mrs. 'George Brligs and Mrs. J. M. fKath entertalned *bout 80 yot.na tades yateder afternoon at Ip. Keth's ao", on Oerald avenue r to complltpent to Mrs. Arbie Leech, who is here for the university comutence mont. The guests played cards and visited over the refreshment tables, with unalloyed enjoyment of the charming hospitality of Mrs. Keith and Mrs. Briggs. Line ewing Cirloe. Mrs. C. L. Greenfield will be hostess for the Lina Sewing circle Tuesday afternoon at her home, 309 Munroe street. People Tell Eoeh Other About Good Things. Twenty years ago few people in the world knew of such a preparation as a powder for the feet. Today after the genuine merit of Allen's Foot Base has been told year after year by one gratified person to another, there are millions abroad and in this coun try who would as soon go without a dentrifice as without the daily use of Aen's PFoot-Ease. It is a cleanly, wholesome, healing, antiseptic powder to be shaken into the shoes, which has given rest and comfort to tired and aching feet in all parts of the world. It cures while you walk. Over 20,000 testimonials of cures of smarting, swollen, tender, perspiring feet. It prevents frlbtion and' wear of the stockings and will save in your stock Ing bill 10 times its cost each year. Imitations pay the dealer a larger profit, otherwise you would tiever be offered a substitute when you ask for Allen's Foot-Ease, the original anti septic powder for feet. It gives a restful and a springy feeling that makes you forget you have feet. Al len's Foot-Ease is the greatest com fort discovery of the age and so easy to use. It prevents soreness, blisters or puffing. Don't go on your vaca tion without a package of Allen's Foot-Ease. Sold everywhere, Uec. Don't accept any substitute. Sample sent free. Address, Allen B. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. MONEY To loan on improved city and farm property. 8. Interest For three or five years with privi lege of repayment of w'hole or part In two years. WHEELDON-ROSSI CO. Western Montana Natioenl Bank Suilding, Miseouls. Mont. to awayothe CIg beat. nor th wel iibe ooot , the seater of Shblnl.ia abseo Iitel yUreproof The Samn Old Story We have to tell you about the importance of looking well dressed upon a little money by having your clothing kept cleaned and pressed at the Pantorium. Get out your last summsers clothing now and it you think it is beyond redemption it will cost you only a trifle to see how we will make it look like new bringing It to The Pantorlum M. . BORDEN, Preop. Opposite Fire Halt No. 1. Both Phones. Independent 798. Bell 083 Black. Out-of town orders given particu lar atteption. Singer Sewing Machine Sale In order to make room for a car load shipment of neow Singer Bew Ing .Machines we must dispose of several slightly-used Singer ma chines. Seven very fine Slnger Machines. regular price $85. These are almost as good as new; while they last, only $96 to $85. For the Next 80 DayrOnly We are going to give $10 discount on all of our new 1912 model Singer Machines. This is the finest sew. Ing machine on earth. Call early and Investigate while we have a good assortment. Will give terms to stilt the purchaser. Balearoom 428 Higgins avenue. M. ZIFF We rent sewing machines by the week or month. We do expert repairing of all kinds. is aura "I suffered habituifbm constipation. D an's Re lets rolieved and' n t onod the bowels, so tht tey iph r Yr ,Lc . ,.