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r" u JULY1 To men can "Make Good" the pr tgct of lar employment is Iw nted Make licateon today to the man. aer ofa our Clotidng department. None expei ced alumn neod asevenonan oculo o this we isDt upon the am high service to our patronas - any other time. . Y .' ` BEAD WOMAN JUND VERY LIVE Y REPORT" OR MURDE PROVES PFALS, OUT CREAT LOTS OF EXCITEME T. .there Was some * irrah boys" about 6 o'oock last eveninr and. Deputy therlff Kenned was the un. Witting cause of It a. Pantln' and b1sthl.ss, two chil~r a boy and a iirl. arrived at the unty Jell and graphically Aescrlbed a murder on vor hill. They old the deputy tblt they had Watching two opu i estrollng on the bill. They suw them disappear y7 the old bear deny above Greeno park. Soon they saw one of (h . women and thie two men come out d start towards town. They, 9wo wn to ,he bear " den and there the saw the, othir woman streatoed o flat on her back with per mouth . They .watched, but gould, not se pr breathe. Ht' riely they flied w the potIs O the A nu Ur, and the s parni of tb ,Jaw tinmedately 'e to strptab ttlft. SComnilssloper n. with Offcets McDonald and4 "esi and Under *herttf MUarin k the witnessep In hise isohine and her set pall for the scene of tbe ii . MeanwbhUe, word haid coma t T e Mlssotilan. offl.c . A taslqgb was commnlg4ted an away went a rter. }e iver d at .the scene as ommissioner HouMi Ws4 coming The " .cimJlali" was tagS4# , and askd tI ,e Fort 41 .vay an urn la polarvs r4 r - ,. : . 'ard to the crime. "Nothing doing," he said. Just as they came back to town Coroner Marsh's automobilel closely followed by the dead wagon, disappeared around the corner with all salls set for Reservoir hill. They re turned in a shabort time, Just as mad as the rest. iere Is about what happened ,ac cordinl tq the sheriftr Offite. Two young women visitors in Missoula, were the cause of all the trouble. They were out collectin a sooldb!b UIttle bun With the assistance of two gentlemen whose names are not re corded In these annals. In, collecting this little packagle ktey somehow overdid the matter a little md the younger of the two girls reachd the stage oalled "paralysed." They stretched her out n'. the beet den and went for a maohlhe to take her to .town. After the tWo children had taken their look at what they thought was the murdered woman they beat it for th sberift ofttle, etores Com indaslone .k}top a*lved the two men returned and took the woman to town. Commlssioner RKouston's car plet the sister ,oo ng down the hill and she aoonmpanled the officers to the county Jal. The supposdly mur eived woman was located in a restau rant on Railroad street and was very abuslve for a corpse. Ote was taken to the county jal wle her sister was already. Commterlalono Houston stabled his oar, Coroner M*rsh's equip. ient' came ack to t. the barn, the taxl e9 was dismissed aY4 serenlty pre vailed once more, P NIRAL FttoAY. TiW funeral of Hpalon raugen, the o*-nur lcivil nlgirneer, found deed in hle tfom Ip sslUoul a few days age, Will be held r'lday afternoon at 1 o'lock, Rev.W* Stas"w Marta will be 4. c gtse of the sinIess. why n. ir In three in s s the story of our dry goods cleanup . , are the e twhy e womna who would practice economy should attend this salt Wtton Dr*oods in the Clearance--g Savings .o.. . . .. " i i _ - i - 1 p e M 1any of-them that we shall iave to duplicate for next season, but all priced now so as to afford exceptional economies. Thin Of nextseason's as lwell as Imozeate needs. '" Ocud 15c Batias o Sc Holly Batstes Sc 25c and 35c Flaxons Ocshar. 15c Dress Ginghams of th White and o es, with pretty red a The standard slee Wash goods of Amrle nte pleoes of these in plain and Fifty different patte.gn of Goldesn dIe gingl tlowered detigiaill colors; 7inches wie. neatly a hundred Igtters; in all colors; 27 stripe weave; bpractiefully patterned n net hams.hou a ttll different color combnations; Sinches wide designs. 27 inches wide. 18c GInghams 12c 25c Crepe Plisse 1Ie 35c Plaid Voiles 15c 50c Foulards 1k 35c Ginghams 20c zephyr Ilinlghan, in Inohue wide: 'This new ai. very popular sum- Buine and white: green and ilk and mercerlsed goods, in hand- The genuln Willianm Anderson in stripe, plds and broken plaids; mr material at plains and fanciesl; white, black and white; pink some patterns: many of them with goods, all fancy patterns Included. ali colors. white and colors, and white; 17 Inches widi. borders; 37-inch. but no plain colors; 75 designs. -35c French Voiles 20c 50c French Glnghams 25k 50c Ramle Linen 35c 60c French Plumets 30c Fancy checks and stripes, in black, white Pinest Imported goods; pretty plaids In pink One of the newest fabrics out for dresses, One of the most exquisite 1912 wash goods; and colors; S Inches wide; makes delightful and white, blue and white and lavender and suits, skirts, etc.; In pink, reen and browa; five fine styles, all embroidered In dainty summer dresses. white; 50 inches wide. 45 Inches wide. designsl; S30 Inches wide. Siell SClearing Out the Summer Silks Entire Stock of N eckw ear Genuine bargains on the most popular 1012 silks.' Choice patterns and a P arasols variety to select from so wide that every woman will surely find just what she Reduced For wants. Reduced For Clearanp at $1.25 Foulards, $1.50 Taffetas $10 Silk Pattn's Clearance at 75c $1.10 $6.00 1 Cheney. Bros., cele- All our beautiful Handsome material in . . . bobrated "hower Proof" Changeable Taffetas in- neat black-and-white ef Foulards, ¶in choice new cluded; 36-inch goods; fects with fancy borders; patterns in all colors. all colors. 45-inch goods. An assortment embracing OuNo reservation-half-price jbots, coat sets, stocks, Muslin Underwear to Close Out for any parasol here. To Dutch collars and other A clearance of those sturdier garments for which there is always the great- select from are a hundred styles, in all materials, all est demand and of which a woman never has too many. Even less to pay irncluding the seautiful on's best prices f-HAF.educed than in our great June Sale when the values created such a furore. novelties and a full line of / 59c GCrment 69c Garments 89cto$1.25Gmts. plain parasols in linen and Clerace of All 5 silk; also all children's, Wtomen' Belts 740 ~c arasols.' Prices, $2.25 to sle I l les, lare. all Combinations,' Gowns and Combinations and Princess 20.00 for women's and Muslin Drawers, all $20.00 for women's and A" a,,l . .e ,e,,egr rNe styles, lace; and embroi- Drawers, pretty styles, with lae Blips In fine materials daintily from 40 up for hildren's, up. *,i e~--"ONIHAL, de4y trimSd*. and embroidery. trimmed, reduced ONE-HALF. - i l- .l [II[1 I IA IIM RAILWAY AEN ARE MO ANGLERS OM PFINE FISHIRMMN ARI TO SE POU!Ni AMONG NORTHNRN AilFIC0 EMPLOYVI, S t ere . is R.y olan In thin city Plly enhstb clutlo about. bles fillhln buai it Is the Norttlmrn Paelflo r.usea men. They move Out to the c 4oio flehing grounds in platoonp h ever the opportunity affords it al io 1 t ha it that some. of the rd' offials anre not amcltn the poofet .watlers. The talinmen would fe o oi'tluopu for one of the best kr +l uolus in. the unlted States. lund4y Is h dythat that ees the North. eir 'Pa'ti for , move en mass to the fr hing rohgs. But that day isn't the only one on wblob the flarb bite, as some the tailroad's iteat ,- -ravye oored. Qonduotors S ender ad . Lake have io0n o 'Bock areek for the poe ofs . .ishl.hp a r.,ord in tea ce -, After they have fhed, that treamn out, they will odve to Flish week and r. the number' oftinny' Inhabitants I that streamh. trakl.ei a li4 8. Mwi'llt .ad ChaSle Dckimn, en gine. matt, are loing into ah. areke tern. toryr sand. .nd to mm ;,a , real trip ,out of It. Ia eyarre M peo ne. osa the arail tis S Il il .. r a + -I n 4 : pm, the park. EDther of the ientlemanly ticket agents will be .pse than pleased to sell one of theme fto the very mod eate price of one dinlm 10 cents. AslUstant General Ubtperlntendent .. H. Barrett of the PuIt Sound arrived In the oity yesterday and spent the day her.. A DIVORCE NOW. Morris Uarschfeld fled suit for di vorce in the district jurt yesterday agalnst Getty Harsoh tl4. The troubles of this couple conosrlnlg a property agrtement were alrty4 I tl( scame court a feat weeks a AARAN I'Q, SD. Telleff Assak rePqP to the au thorities yesterday np.n.Ing that he hId been robbed of U 9 hid hat on Railroad avenue the I tore. A polite stranger turned ttrWik. LIC*N$1D 1 O, A marriaSe license i; p itld yes terday to Levlte Albes (w 'ohtown etand Ferblans Tetral ll Meaal Should find yeu I "th hearty nppmiteo. And yeur fed deihd taste A "den't e " arl* 'if' fe"llng Soni disturbsane Me Stem. sh, Liver or S. and LOCAL SOCIETY Congregational Chureh Planle. AMembers and friends of the Congre gational church will enjoy a picnic din nor together this evening at River side park. All those who can will go to the park for the afternoon, while the men and women in business will take the 8:30 o'clock car and eacoh the park in time for dinner. Elke' Daene. The Elks will give another on, of their delightful dances this evening in the ballroom of their olubhouse They have planned for the comfort and pleaure of their guests in each slightest detail. r~idge Club Meets. Mrs. John Baonner entertained the Bridge club yesterday afternoon at her home on West Spruce street. Sixte4n ladles played the game and at its olo$e were served dainty refreshments by the hostess, assisted by Mrs, Frank Baonner and M s. Wilkinson. Those present were ersdames Evans, Loem bard, Barnes, E. L. Bonner, Lusk. .a., neth Ross, Charlee H. Hall, H. H. PL - sons, Fitegersld, Thompson, Wilkin son, FPrsak Bonner, Mulroney, Pootle, Mitchell and Runnette. Mrs. 8. 8, Mitchell will be hostess for the club next week. Per Mrs Wallowee Mrs. F. . Darbee and Mu. George Brook4 entertained Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday at the home of Mis. Darbee on South Fourth stra6t, in compliment to Mrs. Mollie Wallace of Ileattle. There 'wre about 66 of -Mrs. Walla'as friends the first afternoop and 50 the se4ond afternoon. A prp fusion of roMse .and sweet peas filled the parlors With fragrant beauty, while In the yping room masses of hest0i tiumse tls the note of yviw "wobi was r.p.ducsd in ill and bon bone, daintily effeotive with white napery. and ohota. The ladlie assisting Mrs. mroks and Mrs. Dsla in the pleas ant offices of bhspitity were e Al Y to leave In a very few days for her home at the coast, and her friends welcomed this opportunity for a real visit with her. The Band Danee. Spite of the unpleasant weather there was a splendid crowd in at tendance at the regular Wednesday eveninlg dance of the Missoula band at the Greenough park pavilion last night. It was a happy crowd which re mtined much later than usual on aso count of the unusual.y good music that was furnished. The band was supplied With a complete library of popular pieces for the kdanoinlg last evening. There were two-steps arranged from some of the most delightful pieces that have been heard here this season an4,waltses frasn the song hits of all ,t4h big musical companies. The music made a big hit and .the popularity of the band and Its weekly dances was oonsl4erably enhanced. #MITH TO MUET LEADER. Washington, July 17.-A conference betb en Colonel Roosevelt and Herbert Knox Smith, the retiring rommissiorter oa corporations, to outline the scope of Mr. imlith's participation in the new party's campaign has been postponed from Priday in Niw York to Iaturda7 at Oyster Bay. WOMEN TAEE ,NOTICE I A y mids.qeid t 1 ortue gad subrid many wo aduo ! --I-.-' a«! uumd u pain end ednd with weuhepaul t eme the met womw do, they would ask lit Ma> w mwoamas bav Mvd frm a Ie of miery and uerulagi by tlio rto the raIdy- to grjptoe and remed l ho rh ottamp m deu ml womae-Dr. R. IVw W -uo df N. Y. U' "THE WHITE FLOWER" BY KIDDIES TONIGIT "The IWihlte Plower," a story told to her playground kiddiesby'Missluth Carpenter. Polk dances will do most will be acted upon the university aempus this evening at 7:30. There will be 86 chlldren In the action; they will range in age from four to 15 years. The story has een drama. tised by the children and will be pre sented under the direction of MQels carpenter. Iold dances will do most of the story telling. The girls of the normal playground course will assist 'Miss Carpenter. The publio is most cordially Invited. WASHINGTON VISITOR. A. K. Chittenden of Washington, in charge of the timber-sales work of the Indian department, stopped In Missoula yesterday on his Way west on a trip through, the severel Indian reservations where there is timber to be admlnlstered. During the day Mr. Chittenden called at the forestry office and conferred with Distriot Forester Sllcox concerning things of mutual Interest.