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of All Keepsakes gifrt o r f ii\ r I! 4o \:ntu1 Ij n III, lA -kl.t. It It+ a r . mhl of fnith fulnlan.y. ,'hi,.Ishe by th ' w1,:tr.r fir m m1or1 w tkv and f1r the '1 hme lI, 4Ia \", '1'r .llr w ~u111, but lr' ne it, ;r1,r trih lo) (lur I., t ' r, th o h r, t h ll n,,' f'tr I ta l ::k, , I4 '.a m'. IhArt huntli f tl' t h, glign ar,, h;.Ik. t by h u~ i t Itn lill , ,till t lm.r, hip,,t rol, OUR GUARANTEE, FLORENCE HOTEL BLDG. Phone. 43 Red. . ,,. . _... . .L...-*.. . .. Next to Postoffioe. BELL 91 -PHONES- IND. 54 TdME ONLY RETAIL GROCERS In the city lhial u-t ni Ili.*. tn car lin etd Ilt n. N.o ,lde.l' the Arl,'n urt lower. Waiternwllans, largo suili hrn nuolunt , ripl-I and r ll; lh. 11/2 Peach nes s o IiVr ' y IIW h+r"t"lwn, I Warly 'ruw* f-I'H, I-'rd, ... 75c atone wi1l (i'lrnlln.ll, I,.x (Ihltt(-r lrievi.i ,in lioru thlan (treen tortn, ioztn 25w EKK I'lint, i'n11lli 15 (untIlolung r 154, :randl 114 Aioirtlid Uiiskit frit, i+ ,h 25. ' Cigars Iiu, rw n, of 1 ,y;1, 1 V, I t oo" lgw r anII ied yoi wmild nlotatu1;lly think .Inl w ,tor lm okling lt tI -ai tell r, tc'h'a 1i' Be Safe Y}"11 :ca llnnot Ihe r,,lil,,d if Silt curry a clock lhoo.-k ilntealhl of Open a Checking Account and always have the "right change." The First National Bank Missoula, Montana CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 400.IOOOOO.o 24 HOURS After It Il taken from the 'huirr Itutter tin y ir taibleo. Aek s itsr 4rnver fr it. lu..tl on ge(lling it. II' he 1 l1 l't iul-lly you tall t II - Missoula Creamery. Ii. II 666 It+*d; hid. 71.6 And a, . ;itll till y ur orlder J. W. LISTER Stationery, Blank Hooks and Office Supplies 114 East Main Street Rowland, the Jeweler Watches. Diamonds, Jewelry Special Attention Given to FINE WATCH REPAIRING 114 ':East S.tIn 14treet F. A. Mix & Sons GROCERS Wood, Hay, Grain and Provisions ISend Your Orders FOR KODAK SUPPLIES TO Smith's Drug Stores Age.ut for Eastman Kodak. Koksn's Barber Supplie HENLEY, EIGEMAN & CO. GROCERS If IHIKKgl is A\%'vnuI ' Bell hI'tllto e 1 47 hi Ittin 474 rtte Best of Everything in the Market \ W l .n th e, d r op l f I p a ap ir at | n d u w n ,.,urn heaitnd frdiiurc n ai.1, It'n not a E'B IImiely inillitefnt lto hnh HE'S \ii toi h111v i'ital; lint K ING th,. iritil iniiii hiach tr.In InIIhlI1g . lie ha; Ui,:q hl,. slltlliir funlll now ht.'1 bacl(k m;ald Ilr tllhll b fII t I:n l htii I(ll teN h int Il' ' I-r ti,11; Iull hI, tItril hln It iii .'oui ntih iIl iruiiprihf yi'nu fIr f wllif Worst, hI o ha v hII trih will rie, a lti, ,nh .I ,o pt| bh first; h, Ii n mIghty lii . f h11 I v'll l . 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NOT4 I: 444 41 t'44l W.I 1'1,141."i1 Card of Thanks. 11.141" .. 14 I14t4 11 Wi1ii jtl il l 114'.41 \ 114 41\. n4. 1 11444414 llt.'I. 4.1 ,u,' :1'.'hirt I l I, n1 ,14.44, 444 k1 4414 m xulttiltI IIhll r i1 ,441 n. 414' I14414, bi"'II'.'.' litt, I'1 .3ptvlah I:4 i4 4144444 114Ilt4 1 11414 444t114r1,11 ilt. 4 C1 1 lrt tIn'tir1 ill, Ilt" l 141'1lelfu .01 . 411Th I 4414444414414, " 14 . 44 .41444 44 1 .11414 4444 l I 1144. ;I4 til l ludg tL 11111.It 11. K RP YOU , mIM HEALTIY RIXALL TOOTH PASTE, PLEAS. ING AND DAINTY, IS GOOD FOR THE MOUTH. The pweresrt tooth prepurntmion sholdi hIv Iutint'eptli properties that destroy Ithe 'rnl of lleeny. 8imhaply t)rtushing off the t(eeth will not ido this. It Is issentalu, if the Inolith la to be henlthy, not only that the teeth hIl clieneid, but that the whole mouth l1e Iurlifdl, mIntile antiseptically olen,. in this w.y, the general nmdllly health Is nlsu promoted, for It In Influeneed greatly by thel health of III,, mouth. Itexuill Tooth P'ante runtainrs untli s-ltic prirlprtlhs that Ilmake it not only ii toilet neelienlty, but a health reitlltsl.. It is not only pileasing uand till nty to ilas, bilt It leaves the mouth ilntliei, itillIly pIri n n elditan, ntld feeling e., oll onrd coiiftlortale.. It gies to very rt'evle, destroying the gerlnms of deey. Its Iuse hells tio lllne and keeii the moulth in perfe t hiealth. It rimo'eN the talrtur frtom the teeth Iand helpsl ti aweftten the hrealth. It In a dtlltghtlftl dentifrlie, made, for ll* nee]ds of people whi Arre putltlhelar Ithlot thi earie of their iltiUth and Iteeth. \VWe gitlllrlntee It hto pleaen FetIu ir tuoney hlick. tPrice, 25 cents. hltil in this (lnlllnuntity only lit oiur store'. 'rh(. Itexnill Stre. M.lnnuli1n irttg ('I. GODFREY TO.TEACH UNIFORM PACK APPLE PACKING SCHOOL OPENED WITH GOOD CLASS AND PROGRESS 18 MADE. ''The s'chooll of ipp't , Ipnaking whichll hasi bleen arranglltl( h through the t clm illntd efforts of 1'. 1. Ioioley of the i'XJt'perImei t t station tll Ihu.ellln unit iht' Netv!erutl frulltgrotwter' a nico. iatlon l in M inssoia ad tit, HBitter Itout, onll'll'tl yesterdtlay land in to Ibe ctll ilnllut through this wie'k. it. H. I Plifrey, the I(cklring expelrt froll some ir tit big western districts, was on hlllud yt.,sttrday to sitart thel, work and (tirtoe ievetiig mie tmemberas of his 'lllhs were turning outt l colimlnerlial ttuk oif it 'le'n. The novel aIplrin vrltlihKg nlitieIit'h which is being intro tltieti hl'rt' Ir y .t . l. l'Uun, Wts net itil timlt worklt.ig y,'tleriay. Mr. (,odfrey tilteld it wlta tIle' flrst of Its kind tlhe ton l I.en fillt(] Ilt t Iihe wllas very fta - rt lbly iittpresned with Its wtrk is the grndinllg wits ai cIItHlose antii u-curate as 'l l bIe diesJirel d. "I i ltmuch IhlIIpretssie with condl lutsn here," aleit M. (.lotfre'y. "whten I l1trned tlhat this districti haud itverr adptehd it, utniforin patk or grade in itianidliig Its applilas. Noi waonder suite ar tlhe' graower findl it halrdt to get their pIrodtli.uce onit g..ti titarket A nix,,d tlitts o. stuff siuch t goets out lnlltl tere tlunder orintl lnry circum-'in I:tces i' s enoutgh to disigust th bhuy crN ant I llk t. heri till eer shy of thlls li.trilt. In the hopeln of liding ih 'elrrectiag thils onllditil l this fruit tllchoiil tp'.nll was uillnrtuken thisu sun= .l r lland I lhilvte minei to introduce i lniform systei m n ii WIntern fonntantl. It i the smll syster. ollr gradingl and iutcklin|g i ta lI hIs beenI' sit osuccesaifulfily f.ed II l .. it lltricts sucih as I-oonl Ill\er. Wenatcheel( and Ylkima and. hlthi) has mia e theie iiintrtc'ts tntn il.. , I hlve a silendltl cIlass alrarldy ,urillehd Iand every lnlt is working Ilsutti bcausitt he hin dlirecatly interested :1i Ilelto ts b itnitt'ss. 'We will bie tile 1 I tirn oult somen goodtl paekers from itullug those now enrolleld." "'hii. appl,. scthooil i Is bing hell In iihe walreholuse oi the Mixsoulia lruli and Produilie OstItttio.nttl, inear the iour ulln l 1IIn siII h . hillIouil. Those lIt.-rehted hi the nlew apple grading aii:ul'htie lan Hsei it lit opleration ltit Ith, I;Ikiltg i)iutit i1any Iday this week, Card of Thanks. We1 wlh to extend ,lt r III'i'rest thalnkN to I. 1'. (). I. :1,3, Mr. and MI'. . V. I)'. llinalln itIl our imany frhills of titaioutla, for their yntl Ilstlhy, kindnoe n and) hl-ulltiftll florit ffl'i'erillr g during theL dll. h I an he I . ravaeant of 'our ellovld thahnul andll f.lher,. William (I. WestI, at Indian aL,pII. Augua l 17. MItI . \WM. I. WVI.IIiH ANi) t'Iil1 titN. Profeassor llnc'her. violin and plana hleaaanu. 503 R. 4th. Ihall 6Ai oralle. Barber & Marshall Bell 20 Phones Ind. 420 Are you tired of the same old Coffees? Then try a new one Manor House COFFEE Ioaur of the world's flnest coffees front furl countries are bIlended in the Manor Hlouse lilend. We recoam inend It to the one who wants a new lalsle front h Imliorling cup of coffo. ASSISTANT 'TO DR. AYLN AT LO. CAL NORTIERN PACIFIC HOSPITAL PROMOTED. Dr. George M. Jennlngs, who for the Ipast five years has been auislatant chief surgeon to Dr. Aylen of the Northern Pacific h1ospltnl, hasl been Eapponllted chief'surgeotn of the new company hospital at (Glendive. This hospital Is under construction and will be completed within ,a few mlonths, It is one of the mnost up-to date hospitalg on the No;rthern Pa e'fic line. Da Jennings' promotion to thie position of chief slurgeon at Glen cea hospital during the paIt five years has been of i very high char aRter and he i liked by all with whom he comes in ((ontact. He will take his new poeltion with the well wishes of him many Miluoula friends. His successor here hui not yet leen fPrainmater D. J. lulgerty' of the Northern Pacifle Js taking a layoff, which he is spending in diligently whipping the trout streams in the' vicinity of Darby. A lurge basketfull of trout eame in yeste'rday is a testl monlul to his prowess and did not serve to nmake him unpopular with his friends around the depot . President A, J. ulrling of the. ChI. cago, Milwaukee & $t. Paul railroad, palnmd through Milnotula yesterday afternoon on hil way loast. He was accompanied from vvery by Assist int dtk'neral Superintlendent Barrett. Pri'lldent ~arllng went am far welt on Malden, Wash. According to a recenlt bulletin, .l1 nued by Superintendent Birdsall of the Northern Pacifle, the morning hitter Root train will runl through to Darby instead of tulrning at Hamilton. This' will give Darl)y two trains a dlay in place of one. Mrs. J. M. PEarhnrt. wife of Con ducltoror uarhart of the. Northern Pa cific, goes to Butte" tolday. Mrs. Ear hurt Is accompanylng her mother and son on the first, leg of their trip to Halt Lake, where they will visit for a short time. Mrs. Josephine Byrnes, wife of thief ('lerk Byrnes of the Northern Pacific, leaves today for a month's visit with frlends and relativies in St. Paul and Minneapolls. Conductor John Woodson of the Northlern Palcific hum taken a short layoff. He expects to attend thedem iarutic stlte, cotnvenltion at Great il Ins. fam N. Moore, traveling freight Kwent for the Minneapolls & St. Louis railroad, with headquarters in Spo kalne, was a visitor in Missoula yes-, terday. (George ,'eytder, traveling passenger magelt of the Niorthwestern lines, with hidituallrters at Helena, was In the city yesterday. CHILDREN TO ENJOY ALASKAN PICTUIES The wondierful Carnegle Alatka-i1 Ioerla picturee 'being shown at the ilarnols thcatllr called out another good crowd last evening and were again thoroughly enjoyed. Tonight will be the iatl chance to see the beautiful scenes from' the far north, last evening Manager Harnole an nounced that on account of the edu cational value of the pkitures he was anxious that ail children In the. city might witness thlem and had decided to reduce tihe admleslon for children tonight to 10 i'rents. THE WEATHER Missoula las h e fen hotter weather, but it war warm enough for all prac tloal purposes yesterday. One of the chuartteristll s of the day was that there was no wind. The instrument at the local sltilon failed to record the sligllte.~t ilphiyr and that had a good deal to do wlith the heat. The fol lowlng figur·es were issued by the. lo u'll weather bureau: M xi nn .......... ............ ............. t Miniu ........ ............ ........4..... At 6 a. m e Thernlmometer .......... . ........47 taronwter ..............26:63 At 6 p. m. Thermometer ........... ............. 88 liarotetet r ........ ..............26:4 No wind. Lecture on Egypt. On Friday evening at 8 o'clock, in the Calvary ('hrlitlan.. ohurch, Pro esslior Fontaine, who is 'I aharge of the famous painting now on exhibi tion at the Missoula Mercantile fur niture store, will deliver his celebrat ed lecture on Egypt, entitled "A Thou sand Miles on a Camel'rs aolk. Pro tessor Pontaine has been a life-long student of E.'ptian life and customs. tinder Presldent QIoosevelt he was consul to that coulttry. t'hose who heard his lecture here about fourteen years ago will certainly want to hear and meet him again. Admis alon 26 cents. Slq6ttable Life of Ni 7. payi largt yearly dividends, reducing net coat. Mrs. N. D. Warner, agent" Plose 1T0 blsak. Just Eye oe While the good weather lait., Vt. ore oQ lady who is nearest and dearest to'your i tit o the rn ion fectionery Store and. ce Creal .P.Siori t 10"09as fits6t _ tiet silect a box of bon bons'from out th a ~ i .t ' of delectable eiwe6ti 4theh sit down and' be served withY ce oream while you tilk things over. Thui would b1 some nice evening. Yes?' ', . 6. 1 ow This Jo0 Sc n When hir4aIhu t d arht dA paacrdssf w p ky, And you't strollik with your lad yo and air; The r1ipr94 su full t ha. re and youS i ave g'ret bit sigh t f conte ftme or yoar .h.h i With a wistful look of Uloging upon her daldty'brow, You' know exactly what wvill pleasel.~ . . As you lead the way to the Moldrn Obifectionery, now Aun partake of their danatles with.true atd. This place is nicely 'cIhdteand you'e'tboi*dihtddl , The thingseyou fi dthc a,r m keHie hg ad 'finhtest. THE MODERN CONFECTOINER' STORE AND ICE CR AMPARLOR 109 East Main Street, Missoula, Montana. Bell Phone 503 red MissoulaAdvertisin and Publicity B e KREIDL & IkY, M .a.agers SELL PHONE 744 NO. 327 Higgins Avenue, Missoula, Montana INDoEPENENT I0 DEMOCRATS IN FOR LIYELY TlM DAY OF ACTIVITIES AMONG CAN DTIDATES FOR NOMINATION AT CONVENTION TODAY. In the parlance of the slang phrase maker such was the sentiment of those around town last evening with refer. once to the meeting" of the county democrats here this morning when they are' to to in convention assem bled. After the gathering of the hosts from the outside precincts late in the afternoon there .was much activity in democratic ranks. Therm was much handshaking, some broad smlets, a few frowns, considerable buttonholing, sev eral tete-a-tetes, numerous conferen ces, hints of mud slinging and all that sort of thing as the "appeal to reason" was made by many a candidate for nomination to the seyeral delegates who they hoped to swing In line. The gatherings on the street corners be came larger as the evening advanced and it was not until nearly midnight that the delegates to the convention, especially those from out of town, were allowed to escape and retire. From all that took place Sunday and yesterday It is evident that the princi pal scrap In the convention today will be over the nominee for county attor ney. D. J. Heyfron, A. Besunson and Daniel O'Hern are the three most prominently mentioned names in this connection, The word went out from his friends last evening that Heyfron had the nomination all sewed up but this opinion did not seem to prevail in other quarters. The rumor that O'Hern had withdrawn from the race was not confirmed. It is probable that there will be a three cornered fight over this nomination on the floor of the convention. Next to that of county attorney the nomination for commissioner loomed up big and round in the preliminaries yesterday. D. T. Cturran, present chairman of the board has a following that is opposed by John Flynn and his crowd while from the reservation came a bunch talking about Bob Holland as a candidate for the same honor, For county clerk W. J. Babington and Thomas 0.' Evans seem to be to the" front. Both, with their friends, were active all day and Babinston was the last of 'the candidate to be seen up last night. He did not allow a linle' late arrival escape, if said arrival ihnd credentials to admit him to the con. ventlon today or was a friend of a delegate. Evans' friends, however, felt satisfied over his prospects when they turned in earlier in the evening. Dr. -8. C'. Anderton, chairman of the county central committee, will cull the convention to order at the co)urthouse thislemorning at 10 o'clocrk. LEE IS FINED. John Lee, who was arrested Baturday by Officers Therrlault and Kemp, was arraigned before Judge VonPlaten yea. terday morning and fined $25. A 80 day jail sentence was suspended dur ing good behavior. Lee imblbed a little too much redeye Baturday and ran his wife and children 'out of the house with a Winchester rifle, He promised the Judge to be good In the future. MRS. ROBINSON VERY LOW, Mrs. Albert Robinson of Stevens, V11a 'who underwent an operation for alppendlclitl here 10 dAys ago, was very low at an early hour this morning at the Sisters' hospitaL . FOR HEALTH FOR REST POR PLtA8uits GaE SON HO'i SPRINGS, MONTANA Three hours' ride from Mljsstula, midway between la1te thd 'Anaconda, in the heart of the hills, on the lile of the Nortberq, Pa.o$ a$4 Cbioaso, Milwaukee & Puget Sound roads. Everything new. "iThe moat perfectly appointed hotel; the best kitchen and cafe service; the Isgrest yer-'ronud Indoor hot water plunge in the world. . . . TELEPHONE YOUR WANTS TO THE MANAGEMENt WHEN YOU START-TOLLS ARE PAID BY THE PROPRIETOR. Hotel rates-$1.50 to $8.00 per day. Baths-Great plunge, 64xo00 feet, 60 cqnts; priv!ep plunge. 716 ents; single vapor baths, 75 cents. A staff of expert masseurs always In attendance. Electric light, telephone in every room; 16 passenger trains daily; $100,000 spent on the new hotel and, natatorium. HUGH DALY, Manager. WEST DETERMINED TO CLEAN UP (Continued From Page One) th, governor before announcing hil decision. When the report that a movement for the recall of Governor West was mentionet, to him tqday the governor offered $60 toward the funds for citr culating the recall petitions. 'I would like nothing better than to see it put up to the people," he said. The headquarters of the governor while directing his vice campaign ii Portland are expected to be In the armory. The day passed Wlthout Dis trict Attorney Cameron issuing sub poc na for the members of the.munlci lust vice commission demanding that they furnish him with the names of the proprietors and landlords of the 431 hotels alleged in their report to contain undesirable occupants. Cam eron had stated these subpbenas would be issued today. Governor West said tonight he considered it a waste of time for the vice eommissioners to tes tify for the district attorney. SIlkd Cate. Beginnlhig atltrday, August 10, the Elks' cafe a-I be reopened to the public. tervi very best. The day is dark and cold and dreary: It rains and ttre W ,il! blowing freely; My mind is at ea. and my thirst appeased, Whlen A drink D~trvl's coffee so -cheery. DARVILL & MARVILL 110 West COrU', Street We want phone and \mll. orders. $3.50 Vacuum Clothes Washer, $1.00 Until l Sltd, Window Gl:ass -AT- .. ; ' SIMO$ H12 Higins A Missoulan ironc ' r.ass and iron astingsl work done to order. OO0 velnue and Bitter Root te e ell Phone 541 alesksbi Sllti oytuDi kinso 6 Kurtimann, Knabe, sby'mfdrmnd pi.nn,, musical insttune l& and' shaet Next to Golden Ruae-t k r i"AN INDIGNANT CUSTOMER an infliction we never have, for e take care to give no cause for dlusatisfactlon or complaints. We carry and serve the very best meats and poultry thbt can be had and guarantee them to be always fresh and wholesome. Therefore If you are not satisfactorily served wher ever you deal, give the Valley Mar ket a trial and We are, sure you will never find fault with us. VALLEY MEAT MARKET 803 Woody Bell 423 Phone: Ind. 77 Which Would You Rather .Do or Go Flahng?. Dally Stage leaves Bonlta for Rock Creek 11 a. m,; Fre, $1.50, Good hotel aocommodatlon at D. DAIGLE'S, Quigley. For further Information write C. C. VINCENT, Bonita. I ee us before buylng your winter's COAL Rock Sprlngs ,unmp per ton, p,9.1 Rock $prings Nut, pet , p ,O Owl Creek Lump, per tdn, 7, Owl Creek Nut, per ton....... Bear Creek Lump, per ton, ,00Q Bear Creek Nut, per ton........ 6, Above prites good until Septem, I ber 1, ROCK SiPRlNQ OQAI. O., Phoanes: Belyi I$ 4 . 17t LOLO .... P 1 " GS * State 146v" Leolo staton every Monday, Wedieuday and FrileF morning, making connections ,with ..ltttr Root train, both ways.'tage fare $8.00 each way. Hotel rate. $8.00 per day ow $11 per week. ine oiplp'ng groundsd. Cabi.i $ie 0to $3.00 per reek, Bath $1.50 per week. W f, trthr Ifitformatton phone to . I, ~ agey, Lolo. Ind. phone '$3-7 -41k .>l Wi to NERMAN Mea=a Lob Not Sprlngh, Mont.