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eswntw In nomenee f Solid Comfort" An absolutely proot building -right in the heart of things. rtatue, $1.00 UD A Map of iSeattle Per the Askil BIJOU Program Tonight and Tuesdays One-reel Ediron rfeture- The Prisoner of War A magnldfieent produetlln of Na poleon on th.e Island of St. llelh na tils viarons of war, patriotlinl and love. Kitty's Holdup A bright, IIlttl u.ne'dy. The Girl Strikers Excellent Kiu al,l dralna. How Father Accomplished His Work A breezy s snmdy - sumething worth finding out. Harnois Theater C. A, IIAINOIS, 'Matnager ONE NIGHT Tuesday, July 16 EDWARD J. BOWES presents MARGARET ILLINGTON - IN - "KINDLING" BY CIIAltI.I:H KENYON The Supreme Dramatio Sensation of the Season in New York and Chicago Prices, 2,$1.50, $1, 50e Sent Hale lMdlnday, 10:00 a. In. Famous Six-Pound Electric Iron GUARANTEED I,"r 5 years $4.25 to users of current; $1 down, 91 per month till paid for. MISSOULA LIGHT & WATER CO. The Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co. ,LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA Oldest Western Life Company. Assets 23 Millions Fred C. Stoddard, Agent Rooms 31 and 82 Higgins Block Missoula, Montana ST J ER I....f... .. El1 SER.LtJINGS. TIHE GRAND Entilr Change Every Day MISSOUIJAN WtANT ADS BRINQ QUICK. RIUULTM. MOIRTGAGE LOANS Unlinited Money to Loan on Improved Farm on City Property Favorable Rates With Privileges. Quick Action BUTLER & SMALL . 11 HI inni.Av.nue. MISSOULA, MONTANA. AS SIISPETS MIMBERS OP QUARTZ SECTION GANG MAY HAVE SHOt' ' BRAKEMAN BALLARD, Two more suspects In oonneltior with the miurder of Brakeman Ballard of the Nhrthern Pacific, were ar. rested yesterday at Quarts. The offi cers allege that they are the most likely snspects yet taken into custody, The men gave the names of Cal 'lint and 11ll Williams. They were ar recsted at QunrtsabY Northern Pacifico iHpelaln Agent Reynolds and brought to the county jail here yebterday afternoon, the agent having had the men spotted for several days. They appeared at Quarts the morning otl lowing the Ballard killing and aeoured work on the section gang there. They were taken from the, crew by the otft cer yesterday and turned over to the sheriff to await a further Investiga tion. UNDERWORLD WOMAN MAY BE EPORTED On a warrant Iseued by Benjdmin 8. Cable, assistant secretary of com merce and labor, a de',dty sheriff of this city placed Augustine Aubespy, alian Mrs. Augustine Aubespy, under arrest here yesterday. The woman was taken from ia house in the re stricted district, it being alleged that she sla subject to deportation from the tllnantry under an exclusion act. It is alleged In the warrant that the wom an, an alien, was a prostitute before having been admitted Into this coun try in 1904. When taken into cus tody and shown the complaint against her the woman denied the charge yesterday, stating that her husband deserted her in New York. The ac cused will have an examination here today. PRESS AGENTS TALK OF THEIR SHOWS Margaret Illington. Margaret Illington, classed among the best of American emotional act resses, will appear at the I-arnois Tuesday night in (Charles Kenyon's new play. "Kindling." Miss llington's work in this play is said to be' remarkable. ller rise fromn it fair sII''(., such as her portrayal f Ithe role ,of Mar,' Voysin in Henry iternstein's "The Thief," and later in other society dranai in which she had the accessories of beautiful gowns to ct.hanre her charm, to the charalter of Maggie gtlhultr. In "Kindling," in which she has nothling Iut her own person ality to delenel oni, In proclaimed a triumph in her art. "Kilnling" isn ia ply that has to do with the, struggles oef a young womanln of tile te('nnen'lnts In the lower East Bide, New Y'ora. lHer husband is a stevedore, annll onll of those uneducated but inte'lligenIlt InIeen who give much of their time, to attendance' at Cooper ulnion, thiere.by glealning mIuch' knowl eUge that at times works to their dil advantage. lieliie' has come to tile eoncluieiloc that children born to those in thleir cir'cunstneRes have no chance In life; that they grow up weak and a burden to themselnlves. He trans plants his idtlelns to Maggie, telling her that he would ralther destroy a child lorn trl to them than have It grow up mlllid suctth surroundings. All this heplI ens during Maggile's ex lectelld mnaternilty, but Heinle has not beenI Illude frnlllar with his wife's eeelitinil. Through fear of what he minght dlo she, kee(lPs him in ignorance, an li when( ait friend tells her of the advantage's of tihe. west she decides to raisce cnccuew'y suffilient to take her lhusbandl illl]d herself to Wyoming, where, chillrten grow healthy. In her deis'rctionl she steals, at first baby rliwlbns adl trinkets, then a diamond broIcech, which she pIawns for enough 'It tklce thcem west. Sile 1is, of course, fociiiid oult, lind tile climax comes when hIcr huisblmtnd thkes all the blame of Ithe, ih'fts alid tells hr. lie loves her fccr it. all'n Illington is supported by a cast tlat Icc'lueiIs Tt.yren Heasley, Frank ('i.eele'ci hi lewis, 'Id lwI lorence Robin scii, Ituith Tomlinson, Jolhn J'X, A. .. K1 i yo , i'rank ('amp and I. Uenson. "COOL ON BOTH ENOS" IS THS WEEK'S DOPE \Vn.}lhinigton, July 14--Unstahl l pres nurc' over tile northern hemnisphere In. dieatces tihat the weather this week willi ice moire changeable than last week over teiothe orthwetern states, whore It will lie ccool and showery at the outset. "'e'ills week," said the weather bu I'C'eII hllltin. "will Olpen cool and Shlwrl.'y .'ove'r the Iltocky Moullntain re. gloen aileel tlhe northweust, followed by mnlcderictc'ly warm ndii fair weather by the ile he hIdll o te wtecec and by a re turnl ti cooler, shicwery weather at tilhe eclose. GEO. F. 3. 0 2slet National ank LOCAL I. 0. Smith, tunerP Hoyt-Dicklnson. Hackman's transfer. Ind. phone 1U8. IA. T. Bailey of Ppokane is isitting in the city. Diamond leo Co. Both phones dt$. Dr. Willard, osteopath, let Natl. bhink M. Topllff is visiting lin eissoula from Wallace. Stenographer Dawson, Montana bil. Joseph Paulin was here yesterday from his home at Dixon. Money to loan on ranch and oity property. H. D. Fisher, 118 I. Main at. Marsh, the undertaker, phone I2t. O. R. P. Shelley of Helena was a Missoula guest yesterday,. Dr. Anna James. osteopath, Higgine block. Phone 834 black. William 'Davidson and Wife of Butte are visiting in iMisoula. Martin's store, east Cedar street. ex clusive women's ready-to-wear and art goods. Mrs. C . . Kendall of Hamilton is making a brief visit in the city. Missoula Storage Co., C. B. Avery. Missoula Employment Agenyo for help. C. A. Whipple of the state land of flce is In the city on offllcal SºAit ness. Trinlty hospital, $17 Woddy. sell phone 810 black. Board and room, Windsor hotel, $1.00 per day. Best 80-aent meal in oity. C. E. rMattlx of Corvallis was among the visitors here yesterday trom the valley. All automobiles running without the official number will be gathered in. Harley (I. Highie and James R. IMoody of Darby spent the day here yesterday. Missoula lee Co. Phone 2817 Ind,: 810 black. Crawford & Walker. Dr. J. Louise Smith, osteopath, Ma sonic temple. Phone 618: res.. 688 red Curtis B Cullen came to the city on business yesterday from his home at Iron Mountain. . Saddle horses for sale or rent at 200 East Main. Either phone. 456. Martin's store, East Cedar street, is now showing the new fall line of cloaks and suits. William H. and John Lindsay of Butte arrived last evening on a busl ness mission. e Mr. Automobile Owner, pay your license; get an official number. 'Misa Margaret Stevens has returned home after a trip east where she vis ited In New York and other cities. Humane society. Call Bell phone 899, red or black. P. O. box 781. (Miss Genie Phiibrick of FPrsythe arrived here yesterday to make a vis it with IMiss Helen Orvis. Dr. Lohnbakker, dentist, 118 First National Bank bldg.: phone 195 purple. S. W. Hudson, kiro pesator, B. & A. bldg. Any disease; examination free. [Miss June Stewart arrived Satur day evening from Chlcago and is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson 'Alexander. Handy scratch pads and waiter checks for sale at The Misseulian of fice. Kenneth Ross and family enjoyed a tunday in malkng an automobile trip up Rock creek and then fishing for several hours. Martin's store, East Cedar street, is closing out all the knitted summer underwear. You can get two suits for the price of one. John W0Cnnor, formerly an alder man In Butte, spent yesterday vis iting in this oity. .e returned home on an evening train. Mrs. Georle Barolay, recently froim Spokane, has opened a dressmaking parlor in the Montana block. Room 411. Bell phone 581. Hylen Smurr, telelgraph editor of The Missoulan, leaves this morning on hisl annual vacation 'whloh he will spend with relatives In Idaho Palls, Idaho. Martin's store, East Cedar street, Royal Society Package goods and floss, Beldings Brothers' embroidery floss and stamped linens. IMr. and IMrs. Harold High re turned late Saturday night from Hel ona. where they were called on ac count of the illnes saMd death of Mr. High's mother, In keeping with the policy to rush the work along as fast as possible thle contractors paving South Third street did not allow yesterday to peas unimproved, The force was kept bu.y and made *ood progress with the work. J. P. McCarthy of Polon, a drug. gist of that cily, but even bette known an catcher on the Poison base ball team, spent yesterday in Mis soula, Mr. W.i/Carthy had been to TO TRADE A good 80-acre ranch in ti. famous MOIB VALLEY on the FLAT. NHIAD; house and barn; t 0 sores in crop: team of horses; S cows, 1 calf, 100 chickens. We will trade this for choice city property or good orchard home. No pro ertp consadered that Is held st over 15,000 W. H. 8mead Compay Phone 212 Red, lsaMuli Ment, ML1 9s OPr M ME dlNA iPOl A :. SPLAY. Helena, ;. - (*peclaW ) -***h tbdtal, Montana w,, Ined .t t on today -o annual whloh begirt In e mornint pue until TueIntty evenlfg" he forces consist df 4on l of the 'our.· teeth I t n m Port IsArison, the ald a from Port Mis. soUla said 10E nianes of the ec. end regimeat, luard of Mon. tans. Th6e coompanies of the national guard by raill, but .the Port MlaeopiP lo p marched over. land; ari . this mornig., º-Te orders di em to report here intimated the, might encoulte. the enemy and they traveled conasequsnth . the greatest vlgi. lhore, wint ce and re J ard always the main 'o6lurmn Two n Port Harrison the enemy In the shape of the regmental hich esoorted thaen in. Company . at Billings, natiop.l guard,. tiled' to arrive tonalht. On Monday, Tueday and Wednesday there will be drills, with a regimental re. view on Wedhisday afternoon. The remainder of the ~me will be devoted to maneuver problems, with one night spent In the field under arms. A week from tomorrow Governot Norrls will review the command. IHanlilton to attend the ]agles' con. ventlon and stopped here yesterday to witntess the game between Missoula and Butte. The Dauglhterof Hermann will give a lawn sooial FOiday eve at the home of Mrs. Heaty Hubert, 184 Vine. lte cream and cake, 1t0. Everybody welcome. ieal Croomberg, a local fisherman. had an unusual eaperlence while up Rook creek' esterday. He ran into a swarm of buffldo gnats and their stings closed his eyes, so that be could not see for a time. His com. paipons guided bln. GRETMY'S SPOIRT FOR FIHERMEN HUNDRED8 INVADE STREAM, BUT ONLY ONE REMEdOBSA THE UN.! AT DrlA:, Of all tl 1fishermten who spent a happy and, profitable day along west ern Montana streams with their rodi there was poly one-one of perhaps a hundred, remember.-who was thought ful enough to rem ber the unfortu nate who dailly Iine in connection with their vocatlo makes It binding that they forego all of the pleasures and delights Incident to a fishing trip; which ties them up at home ohaslng down elusive items of more or less news so that Missoulian readers may have a paper bright and early Monday morting to start the day off right. Jim, he remembered. His Juck was phe nominal yesterday ahd he walked many blocks out of his way to bring in the biggest trout of his string and lay it on the deck of the railroad edl tor. Now Jim must have had his dates mixed, or he would have remembered that Sunday is the railroad editer's "day off." S~ the poor fish went a begging last night, but it will undoubt edly be found this morning and make a good breakfast. Jim is hereby warned to leave his fish offering on some other desk on Sunday night if he apects to retain the goodwill of the Sunday force of this here paper. Serioeusly Speaking, However. But in all seriousness, yester4ay mwa great for the fishermen. It is no ex aggeration to say that hundreds from Missoula were at the best sport from early morning until late at night. It ie difficult to say which of the many streams surrounding Misloula was the most popular; all swarmed with an. glere the whole day. Perhap 50 sp ent Sunday on the resugvation, most of them leaving by train late Saturday night. The Btter Ruot sad Lolo were objective points for others. The rattle snake was relieved of hundreds of trout during the beautiful day and those who went to 4Roor Oeek .. ported that the 'fishermen were go numerous that it was almost impo sbbe to be alone at some fine hole more than a minute at a time. The Blaokfoot wha the favorite with automibie parties and there some of the best oatohes were made. The sportsmen tme honme at all hours last night. Nveryo w minutes an automobile would 6me lussinag into town loaded to the guards, and every train brought them in from polnte where the ralioad was Ac cessible. But Jim, he remembered. A'RGIROS IUlRIUD. The funeral of Andrew Afliroes the Greek who was killed IWtday by * Puget Sound train, was he ylst. da4 afternoon, The services ote at the Marsh chapel and were tn d by a large number of the ddl4 man'us oun trymen. A number of friends 0g, e from Butte. Rev. J. l)ar Iajeaan don tooted the servicel . A Y A YOUNG W gISII. Q. Toung of this olr p 1 lik s Delt Young, who arrived or the eremony from Ore0 yefterday morning of the Swedish Con hurob, Rev, C, B. A. Bl tri the ceremony. Mrs4 ae ea wib make their horns V. ~V 0j;· It r. not ca wt iii..p e' io t I 1 y:I' Tl Brown Botte isi '; dama~g ng e~eta of l iht. IhI'esphne Los Angeles' Wino Co. izu West Main' St. - Missoula, Mont. 0.+j &e that crou't n - or cork is branded "Schlitz" ý .--e '~ 36 " Tha M~d M11we Famsou& WESTBRN LEAGUB Standing of the Clubs. Club- ,Won. dLost. Pot. St. Joseph ................... 41 87 .565 Omaha ............................. 47 88 .658 BSoux City ..................... 46 19 .686 Denver ............................ 48 41 .952 W ichita ........................... 48 48 .500 Des Moines .................... 40 48 .482 Lincoln ....................... 8 44 .450 Topeka ............................ 51 .158 At St. Joseph-Denver, 4; St. Jo seph, 1. 'At Omaha-4Pirst game: Omaha, 8;4 Topeka, 4. Second Same: Omaha. 6; Topeka, 4. At Des Moines-Wichita, 9; Des Moines, 5. At Bloux City-Siloux City, ; Lin coln, 10. COAST LEAGUE St;nding of the Clubs. IClub- Won, Lost; Pot. Vernon ........................... .89 .603 Oakland ............................ 48 .667 Los Angeles .................. 53 44 .4 Portland ...................... 40 48 .4551 San Franolsop .............. 40 56 .416 Sacramento ................... 638 s .400 Angels and Vernen Spilt. Lbs Angeles, ;July 14.--Los Angeles and Vernon evenae. up In their double-: header. Th4e morning game 'was a slow atffair. The afternoon oontqst was a good exhibition of l, li. Sodres. lorninafgamse- R. H. ., Vernon ..................................... 18 O i L.os Angeles ..............................12 'TS 6 Uattres-e-Carson, Hitt. Temple and Gray; Slale, Plater and Brooks.. Afternoon game- Rt. R. N. Vernon .................... ........ . 9 1 'Los Ang les ........................ 1 Batt0riu-OCastleton and Agrnew Qoheoh and Smith. .regg Is Wild. Portland, 4uly 14.-Q-Qro a lost all oontrol In the third Inntlq of the gape. ween Portland and .an. PFanolao and before he was retlied had aent three men to bases on balls sad. ei lowed, two ;blts. From. this aostt meau t pan olranso score5 d, ... of their five runs. aoeatna, ~l rs l Qsvds Gregg, was hit for tip l ni U In ,the Ilath. ool .re 9 ?drlad.Ar 4 Batteries - Gregg, Koestner and FIsher; Miller and Berry. Oaks Split liven. San Francisco, July 14.-Sacramento and Oakland broke oeven, the home team tUking the morning game and the visitors the afternoon game. Oak. land took a lead in the second inning in the morning and was never In danger.. Gaddy and Willlanma were both easy and the whole .acramento team played" listless tall, Oakland profitinlg to the full on tour errors. the afternoon the visitors rallied and hammered Parkin hard. Soores: Mornlnng pme- R. H. E. Sa ramento ............................ 4 1s 4 Oakland ........................................... 1 Battqries--Gaddy, Williams and Kreits; ']illay and Rohrer. Aftermona game- R. H. B. Sacramento ............................ 4 1 1 Oakland ..... ........................., 9 1 Battelres - Gilligan and Kresitt; Parkin and Bohrer. Two Bnagalowsi A. tsJ auaa Real leie Prn, That Nets 14% 'Am moving to ranch ld vgallscrifice'jmy two mod eor, two-so galows on South, Fifth ~treet, Hamai ilton. 0Co9 e l modern homtes-not built to sell- covdring four iota on best residence strec in lHamil too, with handsome fixttres throughout, amned cell ings opetireplices ..e tuSent u bandsome lawn.; she.an4lruit trees; garage. . 819 South Fifth aliving roo6m,' dlitng room, kitchen, 4en four beds rool bath and gar ; be6ed cet plit rtil, alabastine tints throuout; price , N add lbat, 'r e, 3. ` m o' and net 14 par cant r n. thp "pricej sonables t s ,r ° a'tnd ,+f rP .. . `a' - ? ' AMERICAN ASS'N. Standing of the Clubs. 1Club- * Won. Lost. Pot. Columbus ......:.................... 9 88 .641 Toledo ............. ............ 55 4 ,618 Minneapolis .............. 51 8? .580 Kansas City ................ 47 44 .516 St. Paul .................. ..... 41 54 .482 tMllwaukeo..................... 40 54 .426 ndlsanppolls .............. 36 55 .396 'Louisvlle ........................ 38 51 .893 'Kansas City, 8; Louliville. 3. Milwaukee, 1-1; Indianapolls, 5-10. MinneapoHe, 6-7; Toledo. 2-7. "St. Paul, 12-4; Columbus, 4-8, (Boe ond game 11 Innings.) The eqUlpment of all vessels tapdinl passengerb at Its ports with wireless telegrlphy apparatus has been made aompulaory by the goverament of Uruguay.