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White Plains, N. Y., June sl. ,l; w ald William T. Jerome 4a4kit hearing on Thaw's ap. oation for release from the Mattea asylum. their -f6rthent verbal at arms keeping the Interest l ro.w of courtroom auditors while not losing his temper SIstage, flung back some caustio lies to leading questions of the at- I e r who wAS puttliUn Stanford r itIs slayer through what was med a "medtal examination." v The witnes re atedly questioed o.nMI's mtitvL h appearing as the r l fir Inqulsitor In opposition to f tWrelease anli at one point,.when g was asked for whom he thought the v - 7 . ·tase acting, he flung back i '"Mr. Jrome, I have been told that , hen you sent Abe Hummel up the rer--and you didn't send him up the ver; .hly to the workhouse-that d te mantle of Able Hummel fell on tie shouldyrs of William Travern Jerome." Mr. Jerome frequestly shifted, the base of his attack with the apparent d piyrpoee of confusing Thaw. Bwitch- g 1ta abruptly at one point, he asked: "It you were net Inane when you slot White, It was murder, was it , "It would be If the jury said so," Thaw replied, refusing to lose hisl c1m. Aeked whether he had ever shopped n tin lad for Mrs. Paget, whom he mentioned in his Will, Thaw said that a hd had not. He shopped for cousins of Jerome, he said, and added: "Who ctainly must be mighty ashamed of b Thaw was not particularly coherent in explaining one statement he had Is- t sued against Jerome, giving what to many of his listeners seemed a ram bling account of it. "Why were you dismissed from Harvard?" was Jerome's query on ah other quick shift of ground. L "I never wai dismissed; you know a It," Thaw answered hotly. "I left the 11 same time four other young mnen left a With whom I was playing poker." o ferome continued to change from r one line et question to another. To. fi O-X-F-O-R-D-S AtAttractive Specials for Men Women and Children Depeddable 'footwear in every respect but not this seasoh's purchase-a matter of small consideration with people whose first tbhught is economy. Men's$4.00Oxfonrdse .95 Tans Black and Paten$t ' Oddments of lines regularly sold at $4.00 a pair, in Sussls tan, black gunmetal aind patent leathers. Women's TanOxfords Fohthly $3.00 and $4.00 P N1 - Ths.J i Qbt carried over from last season though the tls ire the same as some of this season's; all sizes in the lot, but not all sizes in each pattern. _ W.i pn's White Oxfrds. ormenry $1.75 to $250 A few pairs only; odd styles and od i-zes. C s 5~ ,:. S:r haw t the sourt on ,A OLth Grand . une .-or Dkot today held stt-wd 1i*e-r. state tlketn aw, bu at n the repourt aW bdauPa74l l to, her hue t mo ;lasts "vated up. woere ndefinite. For congress in the First district, R. T. Helgeson was re nominattd without oppositionI 4n the Second district, George M. Young, progressive, and William Tuttle, stal wart, are running lose. In the Third, Leslie Simpson Is in the lead. For governor, L,. B. Hanna, stalwart republlean and present member of con gress, and J. A. Buchanan, progressive, are in the lead over two other candi dates, with Hanna slikhtly ahead of his nearest opponent, Present indications are thate George P. Jones of Lemoure has secured the democratic nomination for governor over F. O, Hellstrom, warden of the state'prison at Bismarok. There were no democratic contestants except for governor. GOLDFINDER 18 DEAQ. Beattle, June 6.--John James Bess non, who accumulated a great fortune at Nome, Alaska, in the gold boom as the head of a llghterage and Contract Ing company, died last night in this city, aged 45 years. He retired from business several years ago and had since spent his time traveling along the Pacific coast In a steam yacht. FORMER SENATOR DIES. Wilmington, Del.. Jane 26.-Former United States Senator Anthony Hitg gins of Delaware, died today at the home of his brother in New York after a long illness. He was 71 years old and was the first republican elected to the United States senate from Delaware. oAA1ew *I I tss Is sLAYrD OV8R IVI b MSI GIVIN mt ?MS SttrUT. Los Angeles, June ,6.-John ~. iar rlngton op Chicago left the Itness stand today in the bribery trial of ~Clatence 8. Darrow after havingj been under examination for several days. All of that time with the exception of a few hours arriLngton wau subjected to a cross-examalutlon by Chlet Coun sel EOarl Rolgers of the defense. At the qoncluaton, opposing counsel asked for an adjourpment before beginning Harrlngton's re-direct examination, hbcause of mental and physical fa tigue on the ptrt of the attorneys. The entire day was devoted to the conversations between Harrington and Darrow, which had been planned as the witness testified that they could be reported verbatim by a telephonic device Once more the defense violently de manded the transcript of the conver sations that the memory of the wit ness might be refreshed. The court said, however, that unless the prose eutlon Introduced the transcript In evi dence the reporter's report of what he heard might be introduced by the de fense. Harrington admitted today that he had financial difflcultles with Darrow and the latter still owed him the differenoe between $5,500, which he had received 'while employed by the M~Namara defense, and $15.000, which the witness said was promised to each of the counsel connected with the MieNamara defense. He said that he and Darrow had compromised on a final settlement of $5,000, which he had never received. The witness testified also that when he had brought Darrow to the hotel he had tried to prevail upon him to tell the district attorney what Dar. row knew of the whereabouts of Cap lan and Schmidt, the alleged dyna miters of the Times bullding. Har rington said he told Darrow that the authorities would be lenient with him if he aided them. "I told him I thought It was his duty to turn up Schmidt and Callan," said Harrington. "1 also told him that there were others involved and he should not be the one to suffer." The witness could not recall Dar row's reply and when pressed as to the Identity of "others." said he re. ferred to Anton Johannsen, the San Franclsco labor leader. Members of the defense displayed elation at the conclusion of Harring ton's cross-examination. LOCAL SOCIETYI Mission Sooiety Today. The Mission sdolety of the German EvangellcaL Lutheran church will meet this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Gustav Mertz. 234 Edith street. Humane Sooiety. There will be a meeting of the Humane society at 2:80 o'clock, Friday afternoon, In W. J. Babington's of Zice at the courthouse. Presbyterian Ladies. The Ladies' Aid society of the Pres bytenlan church will meet in the church parlors this afternoon in reg ular session although this Is not the regular week. Mrs. Putney, Mrs. Marsh and Mrs. Deffebach will Obe hostesses for the afternoon. A Lawn Soioal. The Ladles' Aid society of the Swedish Lutheran church will hold a lawn social this evening at the home of Mr. ahd Mrs. John Hemgren, 818 North Fourth street. ace cream and calfe will be served and all friends Interested in the church benefit are Invited to be present. Bridge Club. Mrs. T. A. Fitzgerald entertained the Bridge club yesterday afternoon at her home on Boutn Fifth street west. In addition to the pleasure of playing the game together and visit. ing later over dainty refreshment trays, the ladies were treated to beau tiful vocal numbers by Miss Olive Wheeler, who haa already sung her self into the. hearts of the ladles of Missoula. Of guests there were pres ents yesterday, 'Mesdames Runnette of Georgia, Emerson of Butte, P. M. Reilly, J. J. Buckley, D. J. Donohue, Dan Ross; Misses Wheeler an4 Sloane; while .of members there were Meadames Lombard, Parsons, 1. IL. Boneer, Thompson, John Bonner, Lusk, Spottawood, Barnes, Rowe, Hall, Kenneth Ross, 'Blair, Mitchell, .Mul roney, Learnard, Wood, Foote. For Miss Sloan, 'Miss 'Myrtle 'Armstrong asked a iumber of young ladies to her home yesterday afterno.n to meet her guest, •Miss Gerda aloan. of Spokane, who has come to abare In a Oanmpig trip and other Montana delights. Miss Arm etrong's uests yesterday were enter tamned with muslo and guessing con tests, what time they were not oc cupied with ne d. work and good things to eat. atere wae'e present: The Misses Mau.j rite, 'Forence and 'Helen Coen, 'Margaret and Theklsa Johnson, Iella and Corltne McDonald, Ceoll Carroll, .Edna bhlaaweok, Panuy Iivans, C'ecilia Dwyer, Alice cook, Enild Wallace and the guest of honor, 'Miss Sloan. HMeltrllig.Plynn, AMiss %Mary Helterllne and John Plynp were married at I130 o'clook i0t4a0 anor itiln: ill the Catholo chaurch at Plains. Aev. 'ather CaIsy ted the nuptitl mas in tohe oe of a large i number of el in 'and friand.' 'Tbe bride Wa ýat -. ld b.t her i , MI. we dtthite 10d the l l t W'. 4isa4.. .s her. stater wmn - .. it dinag ll dtr the b4 dl 6 pwlture hat for her oter" M o the chaqrtn t.t ti'r the' y, there wa Ste . iau9t at the tim k 4t the b.l t i, Mr. and . i ne. A profueslion of a i es were #used n den oatioit t, hout the TOents.ow upon Among the guents the wd e Was Mrs. Katherlat PW1rip of 1i ut. mother of th gEroom. After-o honeymoon Journey to the Paolith oA0st, Mr. and Mrs. t'lypin will be At eotle at the RFlynn ranch, west of the 4ty on the tFenhtowp I road. The tlnE has been for the last three years a thleher In the Hell Gate school and her friends are a host, both In Missoula ad In the country die tricts. These *1l unite to congtlatulati IlMr. Flynn upog his happy future. At Greenough Psrk, some of the young people connected with the MtUhoula Mercantile com pany and theiL iuests enjoyed a picnic supper served from cngmp fire in Greenough park last evening. The merry party of about 40 young people finished the sevpings that remained after supper with gatnes and music and dancing in the pavillon. A Plane R*eoltal Mine IAlllan Reeves I' hostess at her home on South Jifth street west this evening to the parents and friends of her music pupils, who will enjoy piano restital given by the young peio pie. The program which begins at 8:$0 o'elock will Include: "'hephera' Bongs" (F. Behr), by Isadore Munch; "tLeFontalne" (C. l1ohnm), by Anna tehottelkorb; "Render. Vous" (W. Aletter), by (lsnillta Rhlosesberg: ".rolic and Fun" ('. Haldwin), by Anna Horweg; "Humnremnlll," duet, (Ant. Dvorak), by Bernailette Henedict and lisella Schloaeberg; "A May Day" (Rat'hbun), by Itllh Hickey; "Amyrilllls" (H. Ghys), by Anna Reoly; "Valse" (Fr. Chapin), by Lorena Marts; "First ,Masurka" ((. Saint asons), by Ethel Ciraham: song, selected, sung by 1Miss Mildred Clark'; "Rnowbirds' Walts" (01. Thompson), by Juanita lti'hards; "BSisple Avon" (F. Thome), by Ludle HRolrdean; "Spats amn Dach" (,. iBehr), biy Misses Marts, 'Bourdeau and Hickey; "(, Thou Sublime Sweet Evening ,Star" (Hay den), Edith HFerweg; "Valse" (Duratnd), by Bernadlitte 'Benedict; "Polonaitme in A" (Ch'pin). by Etta Burrig; "l"ruhllngsger,nwher;. .he" (C. .lndiug), by Angle Andrews. In 'Honor of Mrs. Lewis. Mrs. John Minesilnger entertained yesterday afternoon iit a reception Wiven in honor of Mrs. (tiler iD. Lewis of Jocko. The affair wiss a very pleasant one. The house was charm ingly decorated with syringas and peonies. Mrs. Lewis sngn several solos and Mrs. ,Minelnger alnd Mrs. Lewis rendered seve'ral duets. Refrelhmnents were served. Those nlvited to meet Mrs. Lewis were Mesdames C. B. Al len, Jr., Mitchell. (laskilll, O'Donnell, Thorpe, Santrnn, 8lmhipsher, Peterson, Jamlison and Wrestler; Misses John son, Dunlay, O'i)onnell and Richards. Congregational Ladies. The Ladles'. Ai society of the Con gregational church will meet this aft- I ernoon with Mrs. W. '4. Dixon at her home. 637 ,lEdith street. Mrs. Dixon . will be assisted by Mrs. W. F). Cob. ban. All ladies Interested In the work of the lhiurch are e('rdially Invited to be present. A Lawn Party. The Young Ladles' Sodality of the church of $t. Francls Xavier will give a lawn party Friday evening on the lawn of the Loyala high school. Num erous features of pleasant entertain ment have been arranged by the young ladies. There will be served led cream, cake and fruit punch and an orchestra will furnish music. All friends are asked to have a part In the good time. SUICIDE IN GREAT FALLS. Great Falls, June M5.--(peclal.)- Arnie Hagin, a bridge carpenter, 24 years old, jumnped to death in the Min sourt river tonight about 10 o'clock, while his brothers., Peter and Martin, watched helpleosly Hagitn had ,een to one of the Central avenue saloons and taken away about 570 which he had left there for safe keeping. The body was not recover,'d. Wnen your child has whooping cough be careful to keep the cough loose and expectoration easy by giving Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as may be required. This remedy 'will also liquifty the tough mucus and make It easier to expectorate. It has been used successfully In many epidemics and Is safe and sure.' For Nale by all dealers. QUPN.0~ D.elribt to rdr redw ( 4 catIouonaI service to Its reeppprr, The MIlr ebuillaa' has arrnanged Mbtr. Itaskin to handle, WITHOUT PROFIT to ITIULT, the ezoluslvy oitput of hImr VIuable ook for Miuboula. Cut the Inova ooupobh fSom 45iv onseouttve isues 401 The MLeuoiutan mad preent uhsm- ItI hehte, to oovc the bare Fort of manufacture, *uel#t and bu4hy, and a 7*o)yvW e prsented to you Without addl. ptMchqeL asstRar In 8tia ''i tI1f1ýi k hasbeen most carefully 'wrlt. tia;Itavvay lpte, :lr +i' ttohwed for by an authorityi that Itile ''iuit Uom otpd be n epeoisi1 fol' it;. tbht It Is printed dº 01"ew adb, dhun4 In, heavy lodth. Ia an ', durA 1 . It ~ A $2.0 VA 10* )'OR, AO#. Act quLOkly, IaVit poy u .s end , pleen them at Thbe ,lriuouIla «. ý^AM a 14U eo~a?s IX7AU mP01 wA bu."I " a ' ' . a y. P` Po i- crlkorr~snl aoiU t C 'OIL$RATION Of JULY PO1UItM AND CoNlVENTION WILL 'at oseRvEIo. Kallspell, June $8.--(tpelal.)I-Kal* lapell this ,ear will have a big dou-n ble oelebl t.tot on .account of the loM dal Elks', eotnlittee having charge of the comin'g Montana ttate I5lk' con VentitlQ, taking over the Fourth of July celebration planned by a citl Ma"I' committee appotlcted some time ago, and the f1ourth committee has turned dyer all the money collected by them. Thae elebration promises to he one of the biggest in the history of Kal ispell. P. N. Bernard, J. 10. Husey, It. V. Alward and M. B. RIffo were cap pointed by the convention comnlllllittee to have charge of the celebration. They have appointed stab-committees to attend to the detail work. Ath letio sports will be one of the fea tures of the day, its also will music. For the best musical organianltion $S0 has been set aside as a plrise, in wltch the Montana Ntatoe 1Fks' band of Kallspell will not the ailowed to participate. Decorated automobles will he tlined up In the parade and a prirl offered for the finest turneot. The Ilncal militl companies will ccnter thile drill cohtests. There will alo hbe a drill teaml comlposed of ladies. Am i plrize for this event, $2.1 has been set aside. A loving cup will be presentled Is, the, tallelt Elk in the .larade on thln dlay. The folhlwing program will Ie ha lowed for the day.v, with Julda .. I:. Erickson as chairman: Music by the county bands and the Montanllla ltale IClks' band; reading of the Ibechra tion of Independence; slolg. "4ltar Spangled Hlunner; parIrade, incllluding the bands, military compantiI , mcIl diers, societle. chilldren, autenoll.biile anld flonts; athletic events on thelil streets; free' llllshical 'nrenrniveI frol'cmc 7:30 to 10 o'ctleck in tilhe evening. grand ehlec'trical display at night; dancing and roller skating on thel pavement . of IFirst avenlue, cst; grand ball at the opera houme in tit' evening elnllnlllnenecloi Igat 10 eo'c'lock. NELLIE BLY ADJUDGED GUILTY OF CONTEMPT New York. June' 21 .--Nellie Hly, in Privatet life Mrs. ICsabeth l .t lle.lan, onlCe-tlCe nlotedl Itravelter and a ncewm plaper womall and 1now owner eif the !Ibankrulpt Ironcladl Manlllfetllllring e'enlm laL.y of Br oklyn, was msenltencled today biy IliTted Staltes Judige Maye'r iI Brooklyll. to '0 dcI In Jail and to pay i fine of $3.100. - stay wat granted to July 1. Mrs. N.Sonen was found guilty of contemplt f coutlrlt icn e'anlcllction with a I'reditors' inquiry b)egiunI after a fdele'rlei Judge in lrrloklynl dIcl.aellrd the Iron clad Manufarcturing e'Omnlllly IIY lllkrptll,. Attorneys for ilrnelalid creditors hlcave ollughIt to blring oeell. t hllee Americ n Steel Balrrel comlpllenyv, ceanothellr oenctlelern operated by Mrs. mHIIHII e and lsaid to hbe valued at $2,e000l0.0, 0 I. iwas nlothinlllg less than 1, shllllidcilry oIf tlle Ironelald. In fighting thllt Ilsmove Mrs. Heacman re fused to pIrocducell crtainll arrel( colnl ptany hooks, wlit.ch today resulte'd in her ,being ladjudlge'd in e('clnte'lclpt. NOTICE TO PUBLIC. I have purchased tile Intere-st lIheld by N. C. Peter)son in the tilnlllg busl ness conducted by Mecalfet & IPeter son on West Alder streuc, aend will collect all IillTs aend pay all debts of concern. Tile business will continue at the saleI location as he(retoforel. E. L MIdTCAI.I'I. June 24, 1912. SUFFRAGETTES IN JAIL. Lonlldon, June 28.- The thlre'e auf fragetlte whil smccashed the glass door panels in St. Htcphlensl111ll while Iry ineg to gain adrilaslon 4n the ilolisi nof occnlnona last evelling, were mcnllltllcleed today by lIc, itellc na mgiistrult. to Lwo 'Ic(e1nth11' ilmeriaeoleccelnt eacil. Flynn-Johnlson. Toxlng cole.nlet. Illn Vegs;l0 N. M., July 4, rcllo $48.6t roulnd trip froee _ilutle. "or i'cllhlln rececrvlatlona nlld partliculars cc(Iii .llt or aelddrcen tregeeon Sihort lne, No. ' Nortlt Mail slrc'e't, Bultto. E. A. SlIEWIV, clneoral Agent. at Our Great Wast Offer C P H R A E R T M T I Y G M A T E Y' R L I E A S L Really Actual worth value $5.00 $5.00 Chiffon, Lingerie and Silk Waists The greatest values that we have ever offered, and a very fortunate purchase by our New York represent ative, enables the small price of $2.95, when similar waists are sold by many other stores at $5.00. The most wonderful range of styles, the daintiest of ma terials and they are beautifully made. See them by all means. You'll purchase three or four. SCHLOSSBERG'S Higgins Avenue, at Pine Street MICHELIN Quick Detachable Clincher RESILIENT DUR4bLE Easily Fits Any OQuick Detachable 1a No Tools Required IN STOCK BY F. M. SHOEMAKER 115-117 West Pine Mill Wood, 16-Inch · Get It Now Load, $8.75 Interstate Lumber Co. Bell Phone 106. Ind. 742 CARNATIONS THE BEST IN THE WORLD 50 Cents a Dozen Missoula Nursery Co. Uoyt.i soJ n Plma Co: Ki M. m Orton Brothers 426 HIGGINS AVENUEL State Agents Steinway & Sons Chickering & Sons Vose & Sans, Kimball and several other high-grade pianos. Bilious? Feel heavy after dinner? Tongue cý €tod? Bitter tasto Con ion sallow? Liyor ne.. akling up. Doan's Regulets .rer bilious attacks. 25 ieats at