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I .,,ii II,. i tl9 . .. . .nt1 New Y r,l'k ........ -:I . ,1 Champs Are Beaten. i I, 'lil. l V 11 , Jul.t 14. I\'levH lll 1.( f,,r I Inibdu 'llphit, 111 iig lllllllm- n list. Ila.t six itilngm. it, ly o iL i futI hit l1 uul, lllai 1 s1u'our'd uii uttul.uul. lit drove tlli'.tue 'Unt lald sturud unll II 11u"IM'f. 1't3'an)4 lnittling and tlti' filud It. 1II. M. 4,1. 4.'l .. ........ .......... . ....... 4 1 I 'lilltituijihta . 2 7 11 1U~1' 111,vi.r i tlltl ldl liK a td l". sitllll y Notice, Coal Dpelre! Ni lu i..I-.I''hy giviin [lm tl litBliardl ull\ll' Trust.. r, 01" 11110 41 4Ho 11t V 1m11ly tg1111 HInt- Will, ti llt tit' Uitu ltor ;di. l.ly 271h, 1812, ti I10 o'lociik 8. ilhul '' lullidhg t In ?etieieiiut 100 tolui1 II, i'. rif tio i dlvI itldlr bIfiri N h'HIti liii t' t, 11)112, urni tlt cltIII r 100 tulle te Iu iilullyipnst bne'iror Jatlnary. hit., -it' $eiv;re lay. The 11,,!1t11 I'ii~eI'vo leIhit rIighll Lt rejit Ilny uaid t ll tIlde, A. J. VIO1.1T'1T1Ji. Seeloy. .th$ OC)U4AN WAINT ALM o i1 ~ Qu'uK B1iiWEj' 5. I ELI7EN-INNING CONTflT IS TAKEN BY MINERS AND ,LO. CALS COP SECOND. BG DELI CMES SACK Weiser, After B*ing Walloped Twice Within the Series, Pitches a Good. Game and Taps the Hit That Scores a Win--Last is a Runaway. UNION LEAGUE RESULTS AT MISSOULA First game: Missoula, 3; Butte, 4. (11 innings). Second game: Miesoula, 9O Butte, 3. AT SALT LAKE First game: Salt Lake, 8; Great Falls, 7. (12 innings). Second game: Salt Lake, 21; Great Falls, 4. AT OGDEN First game: Helena, 6; Og den, 3. Second game: Helena, 5; Og den, 7. Standing of the Clubs. h h- \Wln. IRt. ,Prt. aiiltl I.k, . 4 ...... 2 4 1 .59 Missoula .......... 50 26 .668 ;r,.:It lalls . 9 40 .484 till,.. :14 49 .410 I11 1 . . . I .370 Th.I .r'i Jusit tne. thing I r,,'ollect, .Aout that natlln,'n.': 'TIhat.t We.,sr D.IUI, who wlr.' p'idtchee well, i1'e .';:11ne |alck yet.'lrdl y. --Ill lantullir Hymn. Itutt,. :a d : 'Mi\Ysoih ha:lvld n doti b'hl.-hl.e:,ir ..e.t.erilay. TI, frlrNt giuni ulnl l ,on ,,ty JLu:tt., 4 to 3, In 11 in II tgs. 9t's." 4''tiondi wax nnotlher ruts ai\v:y fir the JIlghhllnl.rls, 9 to 3. IN11 aind lIrnhlh,: Iltuhitced 1th' prI)tty RLn,.. wthih. .Majl-lw.y optc,o,,ed 4BXsh ii thI. os',tutnd. 'Ihis ('nlads all MIN unll:--ll-1itt. g:II IIInH 1 fr the rtonn: It,. l0',Is1 har, l :i k,'' n sIx out of the finsil 5n1il. I :ig Iº,,ll wo.ln sa r ,,ly the'i horo of Ill. first Knna. nilth lnuglh he w,.va W' rrded V', ,I xipl.rt I Irhtiuit pltih'ehd a gIat.l alrI l , t alo, btl0th iu th'I h ,'s r In .l lowil t :nI ,.,Ilal n nrIIIII "'r of hits, f(tit t'h,) Ilrbrlals w lere fr frlth big ftl,,. 1llll h11 \ho.44 unlliltt0ble |II thei pllnlhle . I'lriitit was Dluit,,i I 1N w uelit m i th 'lnt th:I |,rnihll.t it IIt . wlinilling rullnl. 'l'Ih two tl'alms mlnllll into tih, 101h runn1,1 ,lth Ith wo,' re a It.|. Stova:ll lt'ixl',| folr l i tut I twith ai shigl, into right tfithi. I'envy was, u thr' out by" I nt1hlt. .llnthei' was HoltI in to b1I t foar 1 ,,.ktitfluhr, hltto, fi'd u I qn Ion 4'liII.'I r staff' for if ltgn frlin' il, ~ itill lp1p144 to rshot. °Whaling d(rovo I; IIas nl t l . th, ,Nil' atntd 4, I ln a irf·'l.t throw by Torln. In Nlssuhlv's I'moley In thi, 10th, I).I w. hifl'rl I''rrtn, 1hasse'y and ] rlt il :i r I %p. 'lh,.n ,11u,.' the fatal 11111. .More hl,.mIt I,',1 ,fl' with ni llg1h, 1nld1 Nhllll: sn'rifl .'sl. McNaraInt was walked. I'] noli nl l thri"1w K ott~'rn tut it first, lilt Ilhl tIly .h'iv tnc',d [,ornh as1.'n lld 1.l Nlnarsl. tt'irn, with two iout, T)ru lilot ltost ,ntrol it. rI uto anrd grot.I(d on,. to Dll. The pitcher tapped the pill inl l.ifie territory hi rlght fhhid ANOTHER FAST RED 46 ..· :*) ·. GEORGE TARDELL, I r efltJM 'Iii 'urhil, Who IN H10W being rid Olo 1 luy 11w 414.±wlandIuh NUap, lIokes t:1ouIl, h+ Wll lit, ) A e (h l YL·'I)III 11~1111m) to t+ huvo a hvrih In the'tli AmolrFrtlut longue, S'lle Iltl` or I IN tlittf ilitdor, or the I'r 'hiidºlº·I A IeiithR. . uikl Whteat of -I kiyjld) 1 ad L.'hief Ii1lorM of No~w York aro Iwo Inaiiinu In Vhe Nallonal league. CR» Oltt~fll fPo 8 to-8 knot tais 11th, one in the and tsIY /tixtth. Tlhe landevs< tneo in the sesdia4 and t e fhth. tHeres' tl3ij of the first gamet i~rst. qwn (Player- . RI . P7,. A. IU. ditoval, Kt ...... 0 2 2 0 4 7y, 4 4.............. 1 1 4 r1 c·koksta O, It ... 0 0 8 0 1 Sat, on, It , ,_0J o 0 0. 0' º McNamap, )1 ....,,4 0 0 0 8 0 Kafora, d .... ... i1 1 8 1 tDeli, p ...m.........t4 1 1 10 Totals ..............t 4 9 8as 17 2 tisPsoula. Player- A1. It. 1,. PO. A. 1. Warren, rf ....... 1 1 1 0 Porrine, ab ..........b 0 0 7 2 1 iBassey, If ~......8 1 1 1 0. 0 )rlet, as ......4.......4 1 1 2 4 0 Carmann, ,lb ......5 0 2 9 0 0 TFrbin, of ..........5 0 (0 8 1 0 (Changnon, 8b ...6 0 1 2 8. lllankenshlp, .... 0 0 8 a2 Druhot, p ........... 0 0 0 4 ltoberts ............... 0 0 0 0 4 Totals ....r.. ..409 9 , 18a 4 lilatted for c'lankenship in ninth. 8eore by Inningl - Itutte .............A. O 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1--4. 'Missoula ........0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 -- 8 .lummnry: tAft on baseM-aButte1 11: Missaoula, . . tlen base-Cha.-' non. Sacrifice Sits Dockstader, Dsetl i.Lvy, lchlls. T'wo-lase hlits--ivail, ass.ey. Threec-blae hits-Tobtifit, Vhntling, A'chill. I t.uble plays-'M.e Nant.nr to Levy to Whaling; Dell to Sehllf to Whallng. Runs batted int fly Tobln, Stovall, Whaling, 41chil,' 4)rlet, 2: Dell. 48lrln'k out-By Dru hit. 0 by Dell, 8. Hiass on ball- irff Druihot, 8: by 'Dll, I.. Wild pitches - D)rullltt. Time of .rame-2:20. Iti pire - Ifrlbrurt. ,Wreather- Clear; The Seoond Game. The llighinnders were led by the IMiners in the seet I sitrggle by one run for the fourth and fifth innings, but after that they full on Malinsv and the result Wiat never In doubt. It was a rather fa:tureless engage ment, this. Missoula scored once in the second. -rliet put a double, against the left flIl fence and Qltrlan, hunt went ~anfe. Tobinll single brought Orlet home. Butte took a brace in the fourth. levy was pinased'annld went to second on a ;t pssed ball. Ieo scored on ooeketader's sinkle. The play was From center field to the plate and T.ockstader took' et'.md. WVhaling :u'rliflced him to ascend, whence, he vamln home on a wild pitch. liutte counted tis third antid last In the seventh, after enjoying that 'hlhihtmerni lead thht 'Has been men tione.l and being dslltanced in the fifth and lsixth. Whating started the Isv enth with 'a triple Into right center. Itatpey lost IMorehetad's high one In the s 1111 and tWhaling scored. 'ThIe rlrftl saw tile death of the vi. ltors' chhavice of *ihning two gum.es thei. saline day. Hush singled. na dill w\arr.en and Pe.rrine. This merely fllhll the baseI., as the last two e.utsl were bealten-out bunts. 1tasnay mareid Buslh aIlnd Warren with a sting it4c ll.ntgl Into center field. Orlet interpolatedJ an infield out. l'armnn HiItlg another single, the fifth for the rooutd, and broughlt Perrine and Inas scy home. 'ihle sixth briought to the Highland ors three morer, ta-lies and the wer ,1Wmo pri rence .f ,Mia Arabella Cincn. 'lihr.pe, hlts netted three'runs. Bush skiel and .urrren drove a triple be tween Stovall land IMforeheail. Duck. stllder spoiled ia dobble for Perrin, by llakiing a sensatilonal catch and 'Wbr. r'en raced lhome aihead of ~)dck's .,pe-I. n. 3Bassy drew transportation anit went to third on a rbngle ey ( rehIt. 'grit stole second Just be fort. Carman plunked out the single thllat scored i'nssey and the Missoula infielder. , Tle locale peiked up another in thllr elislth. WVtrren sllangil and ',errilne sacrificed. W'arren. tole thihd and scorol on a sacriflco fly by Itasuoy. Hlere'l the score:; Buttte. Hrwond gnme-. Playonr- ADB Ial PC). A;. .' Stovull, rt .4..... 0 4) 1. 0 0 3.~roey,u 98 Il...... 2 1 0 F 2Mttlws~,r.s.1.. 0 3~ 0 1 0 1)Tkstuklocr, It.. 4 3, 5 2 0 W~rnllngllj.S.... 1 2 0 1 0 .Morulualri, ,r.3... 0 1 8 0 0 tk·vhllu,2b,...4 0 0Y 3 a 1 1 'McNi:uilln, 3~lb 4 0 1 3 1 0 Ic~r~~a ~4 o o a a Totals . 3.·...3 , 7 24 8) 3 Misgouta. 'layrrt--r . S~B R; 2, 0 0.I Pe~rrin,, lb.4...! 'r a a 4 I~llicth), l E. iS.. 5Z 8 i a a 3 Cnarnian, Jb,.5..l 6 4 5 0 0 'j'4')Ifl cfr...28 0 1 1 0 0 thii gnoIIK ril Iii . .2 Qk 0 '3 .5 0 hush, p.A... ..I ·i1' 0 1 0 Totals . 33.....g 9~.5 27 11 11 hull.'.......... .0 0'054) 0 1 'q 9-3 A~lsesuiaL. 01.. 004. 30a.n1I ~J.-9 Muunuualry: l.rt, on ,bsauo-I~ut~0, C; Missourrlal, S. Olu~w ba~a.e*.-4*r, ('Iujngnurt, '~'Ilr.zulncn, h1*alzhra. aadlrlco~~ Tllss--J'errlln., M6VTbfhS4 Ilapey. 'i'wo-baso tlilHn-rlgtljl `,Thnso-'43 tuttu-Wnrr~n, wvhtablfa. '~4~u~ble Luy);Rr OrirtL to Parnt PlufU hatteh2 ,Ill-lUy ltobln, 1)cI~~ 00DS0av, 8: ,I V~1on~s, 2: 'by ··O o. l I Igney, Passed bilJ rmi)1 ot game-* hourt W)''it LOCAL I!'AL.N? 1S Sfti.4l ,SUTTrS ov To, COP DO0SDO Yoonlg Abe AlyllI AYT tlnv.r at hurt otul t1nl llssue the Uh Sttpro m bft iliti Miltters AA in thi h Clnl dit -Progran It Is promised tht ad Starts at h. 'lverything sl sit for the 10.toun4 battle between Tally Johns of Hiiteuand Young Abe Attell of Denver at Port Missoula tonight . The program be there will be no delay in running: th card through. There will be sppe.lt Istreet ear *liy lee, with 10minute bots for hourwill TALLY JOHNS. ' before the m .s is slated to 'start and arranger ents have been made for tak Ing earl onf large crowd: There is A great deal of Interest in this bot anod a gpid lilt of money will slide wid the result. Lust night Johns was a slight favorite. Attell unll Johns ire in tine euniol till antd tlhere will be, no eXcuses ftr rither flghter to offer after the battle. Attell is 'confident of winning and will liet his sbare iif thu. purse on hlImiself. Jack Mc|oiioiUgIh, niumil ager for Johns. is itekllng his bl.y ianid firmly beliuves that there iIlsn' it clhallcel. for the .uitte i'rappiiir to lase. 'I'hi' leal hll know that thli fight will bei. well a rlh watching, for Jol.hn halll i splendillJ ri'putalllltto a ularil worker andi a willing iiilhr. Attesll mallde a hit Iin hii recenuit iliut willh Young Jackson an il is a; faIvorit here. J.lli Mct'ltffrey will reflere. Jimmnih (';innol ot ifumitlhe. aind l"ight Ing Kid K.rnlmlr of Missoula will box a six-rounlld prliminlary. Tite prlce.s fur tonight run. from two Ironi ie to utisu, with $11-.0 in the uitddle. NATIONAL LEAGUE Standing of the Clubs. lub-- Wn. 1A,stl. Pet. New York ...................... 18 . .768 Chi ag ............................... 4 28 .622 Pittsburgh ..................... 4 31 .581 C(lncinllatl ................... 41 3 , .G519 Phlldelphla .................. 33 38 .406 St. louis ...............,........ 33 49 .402 irooklyn ........................ 30 4 .3se o ton .............................. 22 68 .275 Moore Wins Pitohers' Sattle. Chncinnlllati, July 14.-Moure hlad the better of a itthers' haittle with lienton and iIhladelllphla ieod. Magee's trirlel nd Tluderles' mingle In the ninth Ibroulght over the Winnliig run. Moore held the locals to three scattered' hits. Score- PI. IH. 1. Phihladelphia .............................. 2 1 nllltn innati .................................... 1 3 0 latterlea--Moore and KIlllfor; Ben toln and Clarke. Cubs Win in Thirteenth. IClllecago, Jully 14.--4~hlieago won a hard-flnllghl I 1-tinningl gallte flromll 13I0 tionl. 'ilehe winning run was niade on i single, . I acriflee, an error Undl a Rficrlflce fly. Iteulbachi was relieved in thle uecllund, wheIn Itiwdy hit a Ilone run. HeHw retPlred in the eighth in favor of Birown with one out. 'Phe first man up hit safely and BroWln retired in favour ot Tyler. Score- R. H. 0. C hl ,ago ..................................... 8 14 0 Louston ......................................... 5 10 2 ]atterles---Rntulliaclh, Liptlid, Ma. roney, Richle (nd lAreher; Seunn, Brown. Tyler and lIarluien. Giants Drop Two. At. Louis, July 14.--it. Louts *von two games froem New York· .II I'ie loal won the first gamee in the n.itlh, whBn tiMrquard, whoe relhieved. Wlltsa In the eighth, was hit for three slalile.l and ga.ve a hLbuie ,n) balls. Marquard 'went in to pitch the second gamil, bellt was rolleved by i'rnlndall inl thosevlenth In inlllg when Otn locals wer e iadnltg. A slngle alit i W11d tihrow by Mlbyei's i; the inet Indftirg gave `St. Leliisl.g'theri run. ~0ores: foRrlv gLntio-- .:l; H. ..,. New.ork ............................. 2 0 4 St. Louis .... ................................ 3 0 Iiatterlte-Willte, M rquard ai .Meyeors; Marmon and t1i*inhan. $ secol4 stfMel- . 1II". St. Loh tl .............................. ...:. "4 "' f Nw .............................. . MargiiOhil."%l i a. 'ý yyi Y ý a t * t sFt "ma , l ~ ri" .I:·.1. f -q4 Y~i S a'f1' i mq?; \ : Ourmilshae Cnsanlyonh ndla , ,·; tint o rd ·-·- + Pl ' d" 4, "ar P *, c Ine ut Fnil.. ý h f ' I a u r#1· it·i A;i Waik*-. tr A M ISe1ifs Neth·. oste Uusedr Opred Hfoward FW. iHfabert, plaintiff, yV., 1atnes W. Phelps, dbtendant. To be sold at sherifrs male on the -Nth day of July, A. D, 1913, at the hour dfit 'clock a. mn. of said day, at the front dpor of*the Court House, in the city of Missoula, county of Missoula, state of Montana. The lands and premises to be diod'by this decree are siltuated, lying and be ing in the county of Missoula, state of Montana, and particularly described as follows, to-wit: Lots, Non. 29, 30 and 1i, of block No. 5, in Glenwood Park addition to Mis toula. Together with all and singular the tenements, heredltamentg and ap purtenances thereunto belonging or in any 'wise appertaining thereto. W. TL. KItLI.JiY, Sheriff. BY ALBI.RT MARION, 'Under Sheriff. Dated July 8, 1913. 7--9-15-22-29. Sheriff's Notioe of sale Under Order of Sale. •iertrude P. Brawley, plaintiff, vn. Montaena (tcrld Placer Mining Co., de fendants. ''o be sold at sheriffs sale, on the 30th day of July, A. 1). 1912, at thd a t.'uIt n. tfi. eea sMield day, atthe frlont doir of the coualthouse., in i the city of Missoula, county of M.s soula, state of Montana. The deecriptlion and particular boun darlHs of the property to be sold under this decree, as far as tile ualmne ('ican be' ascertailedtl from the mortgage re ferred to, or from the complaint in this altion is as follows. to-'wit: The amended South Fork Placer Mining e.llllm, survey No. 8072, Mefar land number One Pllcer Mining claim, Survey No. 8073, and Mcl'arland Num ber Two Plawer Mlining claim, SRrvey No. 8074, located in . approximately, townshipl 15 north, range 35 west, con tauning 410 acres, more or less, ac cordlng to the government survey thereof, apd patent therefor, which patent is recorded in book 37 of 1eeds. on lpages 551 to 554 inetlslive, records of Missoula county, Montana, to whlc% records reference Is .erchy made for a full and complete descriptionof sald, mflinlg placer claims. Together with adl and singular the tenements, here litantents and oppurtenances thereun. to belonging or in any wise apportain ing thereto. W. 1.. KI(FL .JlY, Sheriff. By ALBIERiT MARION, Under Sheriff. Dated July 8, 1912. 7-9-15-22-29. Lt prise worth $11,900, offered by the Sahiser, will be awarded to the hGer man maker of the best aeroplane mo tor in a competition which will last from October to January. MAS &' MMP" All the latest creations In Men's Women's and Chil dren's Shoes ReaL·tate, Fire Insurance E andi Loans A. D. ROSS 811 Montana slook s1ol Phodq 28" CARaAT'nON f4I CI7 IN tW$ WORID 50 Ce awDoaen, iN, *S<URANu qjP, absoulaey mCo. Gd rvioes oeed eompnlMds PeIkhanm, Pettitt & ,sboi I9-410 i.t .itip lutt. t I XT W, A'. IR IS '1 .. It >r M t' C. 0*Es rh * .v , , ~p u n anPd' , - t1. J. CO :........:. Vtee Iures s-u A. R. JACOa -w le . C. O.IDDINGS . ..... 3 t. Keith. 5. Coft, , 7' .. Kline., A. B. Jaolo, K[nneth ,ie. We pay I per cent per enuai on Savings Deposits. -- t o ' + WEST RN MONTANA NATIONAL UNITED 7A1'4 DEP6SIT Y" CAPITAL .,-......, BURPLUB FUN ...ý, . G. A. WOLF «e...... r.i eat DiseMi+er. John G. Moronya K. A. T1i4 0G. A. Wolf, John 0. Lehi, F. H. Woody, J. H. T. Ryman. A GENERAL BANKIgt BUSINESS TRANSAgTEDD SCANDINAVIAN AMEA STATE BANS MLasoula. Montem4 United State Depsee for Postal Savings Fund. TRANSACTS A GENrUL BANK ING SUSINE Traveler -ýIa. '~dite d' litters of credit avatllble Ina all parts of the wolid. Safety Deposit BIloxes for Re. Interest Paid on Savings Aeolýls and Certifioatae of Depeelt. AretVo.GogF ish 1 RIkock eCire The only fishing plaoe Ina Mi. tana. Season Now Open Stage leaves Bonita daily at M a. m. Fare $1.60, Good accommodation at D. Del gle's hotel, Qulgley. For further partioule adduve o. o. VINtENT, Benite, Mot. Mill Wood, 1E tl ,; Belntl Phttlum.b Bell PhQ,O 10.. Ind.;r o++':+ <,. ., c'+ in iMnoh ia l t~ Imp "oia property. HNo Js YHur 7Is iIn....e1 .