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Ribbon The Beer of Qxakit there is alhays that qualit~t that brings a smile of sati. faction. With a rich imel. low flavor and delightful smooth taste, it satisfies every expectation aroused by its appetizing appear. ance. L* I 1i Botle4d only at the brewery in crystal cleat botiles, s.. at a glanoe thatw is clean and pure. .-.v itto your family ad gautw.s , Phone or write Leo. Solomon Us ust Main St. Pin t DII W, Indqendbnt S4 VISITORS FROM MIISOWU.A. Hamilton, Aug 28S.-(tpeolal,)1-Yes. terday was an ideal day for autoge'* bile trips, soveral Miseotla parties taking advantage of the conditions to motor to thi city. Among the Gar den' olty autolste seep. here yeCter day were Mr. and Mrs. Oarl Greep hood. Mr. and Mr., Elers Hershey and daughter, Dr. ap4 Mrs. J. P. Aylen, Dr. and Mrs. Walter C. Aylen and Dr BrARat Ta' wi `} OP APPLat. '4 lltOn, Aug. 6..-(Upearls C. L4 Longwell of thi' ltni* iiltruwes' association is amul 9t. Va the oprdgpe being made in ~urttileiflii lttlt lao belhi con ll' t t .re ihotl.e of the stock . lIilty 00 studinta have tUken ih.l.lth o and all . e ak.lt prset l.. haofýJl tsh ap' dba uitfer their ditrbt or hse takrtg thn eo she 1h ate att hesb* and mOd. it thpe sl apen 'bteping anl St the a Hn4t, th'e't! ot the ceiptabl '' i Manager Longwdlj states tliC expects t he asedblation will get f densedi packers out the present ols. All q the glpking work so tar has been confin4 tb the Duchess variety, but other vaidtLe will be comting in soon. The apples shipped by the local an WIdsl this' p pe 1J t l Theb ks sin adolrpta'lo "tgrtaetr . kiaoi t as "extra fancy," 'tancy" and "C grade." e apple' In the two tupnAlned tdins *1ilbl tie dat'efltIf * ied th fpapet bfost bding, placed in the' bb. lb each ofahe ti) I I tkd to Ioat must be lined with paper. Mr. Lonf# well had selected a Very suitable sigh ftov the end of all boxes shlol"d by the association. The t'ade mar*, as it might be called, of the association carrie no lithographic representation of an idal apple. Just tte plain and simple dbclaration, "Bltte RolCot Apple., shipped by the Hamtiton P.ruitgrloers' association, Hamilton, Montana," will be seen pm one of the panel ends of each apple boirx It may be Interesting to growers of the valley to note the Instructions to be follods ed by packehs fol the local association this tall. They ollow in detail: Extra Fancy Grade. Ts grade shall consist of sound, sm.th, well-formed apples only; free tro all inseO t pesd, disease, blem. lihed lan physical IdIplies; free from worms, worm holes, stings, scale aoab, sun scald, ftWgus, dry rot, decay, water core, spray biris, bruide s, Illdib rub, russeting skin puncture, skin broken at stert. All apples must be of natural color and shape, characteristic of the variety. Apples coated with dirt or spray must be cleaned. Solid red varleties must have at least two-thirds of good, natural qolo.. McIntosh Red applers most show at least two-thirds of ood, natural dolor. 8ttiMd vaieti* msati show at least one-third good, red color. Red cheek or blush varieties, like Red Cheek Pippin, Winter Banana, etc., must have a distinctly colored cheek or blush. Sixes In the box must not be smaller thah 175.6;: except that Jonathans may be packed as small as 200s. Box must be lined with paper and fruit wrapped. Fansy Grade. Apples in this grade must possess the same physical requirements as to soundness and freedom from Insect pests, disease, blemishes and physical Injuries or defects, as the extra fancy grade, with the exception that mini mum defects, such as slight limb rub and russeting may be accepted. Broken or punctured skins will not be accepted. Nancy grade must be considered as ropresenting strictly first-class com mercial fruit. Apples coated with dirt or spray must be cleaned. Solid red varieties must have at least' one-third of good natulal color, "Striped varieties must' hdve at least 20 per cent of good red color. Red cheek or blush varieties and all yellow varieties niust have correct physical qualities, without requirements as to color. Solid red varieties may be packed up th 200 rise inclusive, whpn containing not less than 60 per cent of good red color. Yellow 'Newtons and other Yellow or 'Pippin varieties may be packed up tO 222s, and aled the solid red varieties when showing not less than 75 per cent of good natural color. Boxes must be lined and fruit wrapped. "C" Grade. This grade shall be made up of all merchantable apples not included in the extra fancy and fancy grades. Ap ples must be free from all Insect pests, womes, worm holes, diseases, or physi. cal detects, including skin puncture and birken sklb. In this.grade there shall be no re quirement as to color, eckept that the fruit must be mature. Sises may be as small d.s 00s, except under unusual ciroumstances, All boxe must be lined. DARBY NOTES ,Ziarby, Aug. 6.-(I--pecal.)-P. M. Drhkuinburs ahd Wife were up from Hamilton yesterday visiting at the M. J."Overtuft hdme! Burt Ruark a+d:. wife were in the city visiting friends Saturday. Edward Alnlit and wife came up from Woodste Satustld. to visit James Strihitlg, MrS, Aflhit's father: Dan BoVi hd' i. in from the Nickel son fruit raoh' fbr Y ehoct time, DeWit MdLaughliJn gave a dance in Mill's hall' $attkia' .. evening. Job Sick and fIthlly went up the riVet for a da44's ouitisi yesterday, Porest gheri7ll, the for.t rangsr wis called' away sia E aly to look at.sr a fire that is burnls in the foret' on Wexlt IPork, Williih KeXlsH , wife andt daughter were in theb oity' yested4y from the rangers' station on lower West lork. DA Dwalep hae beIe vlietag. 11 a ta trin s okl during the pl.t `sestat';e in last rheaShe i .trate d Thomas Milburn. They auta lIg. They enjoyed W. Troer and Mrs. T ,o ti Ohio, their home, They have beea viliting Mr. and Mrs I. IL. Shank tfr some time and are delighted with the l'ls, thl gd enial old-timer, was in .wa. yestera, . Dart. Colnmerolalt club has jdA etlW for next Sunday at Conner schoolhouse to arrange for a co-operative creamery for this section. There is nothing more needed here and nothing that will pay better. The Derby Commercial club has at ranged to get specimens of timoth, hay from the Frank Allen ranch; sit .gated on Little West Pork. This has T 1 Oft, six teet' tall and the club is .anttl6' to procure some to exhibit at the t it' fair and at tavalli county 'alri td 'l8IqW the possibilities of the ippe. Bittet Root, This farm is ndt from thel lind now claimed by ath many hadmeste ths oft West Pork and which the government is holding as a water power site. M'CLn11C MEMDo [ s HELD IN WCTOR Victor, Aug. I3.--Qpecial.)-Me morlal srvloes were held id the Plest Piestyterian church of Victor Sun day mortlhg for Dr. Thomas B. Mc Ilntic, who died recently in Wash Ington, D. C., after having finished his work here for the summer. Dr. Thomas D. Tuttle, secretary of the 'state bo.rd of health, and Judge f. Lee McCutltoct were the speakers oh the occasion and each paid high tribute to the unselfish service of Dr. MeClintic in the cause of humanity. The church wad beautifully dec orated with flowers, special music Was renderld, and the great number of people present showed the esteem in which Dr. &McClintic wva held in this' colnmanity. . STEVENSVILLE NEWS Stevensvllle, Aug. 26.-OSpecial.) Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hooper re. turned from Hamilton yesterday, where they have been visiting. Robert A. O'Hara was In town yes terday calling on his many friends. He returned to Hamllton in the even ing. Dr. and Mrs. K. H. Kellogg and Mire Carol Wells attended the me morial services at Victor. which were held in the Presbyterlan church yes terd&y, fbr the late Dr. McGllitlc. Joseph Hunter left yesterday for billon, where he. will visit relatives for a couple of weeks. Miss Blanche Mace, accompanied by her aunt, Miss Dempsey. were vis itors in Hamilton Sunday. Henry Oreenhood brought a party or friends from Missoula In his au tomobile and is spending a couple of days here. Amos Buck attended the memorial services In Victor yesterday, John Goodnough and friends motor ed to Hamilton Sunday. MfAIS YOUNG A CANDIDATE. Victor. Aug. 24.-(Special.)-Mrs. r,. G. Young of this town is a candidate for the progressive nomination for county superintendent of schools. Mrs. Young Is well known in educational irclale throughout the. state. Before her marriagse had 10 yerse of ex; paerance in public school work and renked high among the 4eachers of the state Since her residence In the valley she has formed many Warm pe1 sonst friendihtipa Her candidacy Is regarded hers with high favor. 'The school people of the county recognise her ability and admire her person. allty. ST. IGNATIUS St. Isgdflus, Aug. 26.-(Speclal.)- The young men of St. Ignatius gave a club dance Priday night ILn the opera house, which was very well at tended, and a very enjoyable time was spent by all. County Commissioners Curran sand Mequarrie and Coutsty Assessaol D. B. -urry peased through St. Imnatius Frii day on their Way home from a trip across the reservation. Both Messrs. Curran amd Curry are out for re nomination, it is understood. Mr. and Mrs. (I R. Bedkwith and childien of Missoula are enjoying a few days of camp life this week at fSt. Mary's take. W. H. Sabine, clerk of the Arles school district, will commende taking the census of school childr4fs In the district September 1. There were about 1,000 last year, but It is ex ,peted that this number will he ex ceeded a gaeat.dbal this year. The reservatlon will have in the neighbophtod pt 1,500 voters this year, Mike Marghtiet O'Coanell spent a few days visitlng at Missoula this week, Mr. and Mrs. Irvine add Mr. and MikL Harper of Hamilton were vis itof f at the Helen' McCrackin home this week fol a few days. 'hb's'hodl boartd for district bo. 38 met' BStbrday at Ravalli for s,.e trans e.tlon of routine usiness. Ouir new 'tfehetl was hiled for odd of the new ichdoole tn the north end of the district. A coOfillldeble amount of now school furnlti ~ aw ordered. Ged BIW kwith, M' A, O'Connell, P. E. *ee, D,. T. A. Mmtthews, I 8.; ilS y, Mis IAMkle Dowd and Willie Mass Woete to' ornan satur., da.' to'iei ..hd fuhl, of th~ fire, Mr. 1ibokWI1h' VephtS rho losE ih the ItRes ervttlon t.Zt*Gi'd' tLumber compan' is slmot Pompletely covered by Intir At tle' dioadiatl i priMltei hilddl' l the tttleq os the Molt Si'CrVy evetV -qoha -, , l pe e0 i pa : ', qattlon of thie to nreprest It. , u at the demootatic convention A 11 4 gn, who hs ltIeu at her'homi the past npnth, turdiy to reisume her wo asu t Ilbttiib ah of the Ohlil4drb' I tp ie CIty Idaho. , e war between the' 9atemn. rvid4 and tith other Q14 at htverm the res,.. tton 4ty is still on, said ridllq It Amryole can affbrd to tak.s the beautiful Plathead 34l1t are continlntood; 40 Ctof wheat per asoe I com o sl, ome oat fields will go better than bushels per acre. MOtESL NOTES 1ildlee Aug. sb.-(Speclal.)-MV. k.fl l' k. Henry Lowenberg are at Harmliton. d|ies May Krels, Who has been quite ill the past week, is greatly Im Sprovewd Mr. and' Mrs. Joe Sharp are en teqfttldlng Mr. Sharp's father and hothrd, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sharp, f'n . $edalla, Mo. They reached here Miba Jessie Reinhart, Who hab been .t homed for a short vacation, has r5ttaj.hel to Ronan. MIU' Wlhnlfred' PItmphrey is en tertalning her mother, who' arrived Wednesday from Tacoma. Mi. . Guy Mdmbrue and young son, Austin, left Wednesday for their hotme at 'Wantoma, Wis. They stop to visit friends at Missoula and Wah petoi; N. D. iMnr. John Meredith left Priday for MittsbUla to be the guest of her hus bind add son, Jay. Mrs. Ethel Higgins 'ha been the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Auburn, for the past week. 6She returned to her work at Missaoll Sunday, J,. G. Smith was at Dixon Tuesday to mast D. J. Tighe of the Montana Nursery ommgany at BIllings. Mr. Smith left Wednesday on a business trip for the firm. Mr. Tighe left Dix on late Tuesday for itavalli and Pol' son. A lawn party was given Thursday evening for R1ev. and Mrs. Ei. O. ('ole, who are leaving Molese early next week. Detlic lous refreshments were served. Among the guests from away were Misses Young and teowler ftro, Illinois and Mrs. Higgins fromn Mis soulas. ItEEVES PLEASED. Hamilton, ' Aug. 26.-(Speilal.)- George. W. Reeven, one of the proprle tors of the- imlily theater, is might Ily pleased over a neat solild gold stickpin'given him by the 4boys of the local hlgh school 'band. Mr. Reeves has always taken interest in the boys, lendinl assistance in every poe ible wa.syto.,make the band a credit, tothe city. 'ast Friday evenihg Mn and Mrs. Reeves banqueted the boys.,' with the result that the grateful nmu slclans "camle bark" with a gift which will be appfeciated by the recipient for nmany years to come. The pin carries Mr. Reeves' initials on thell front, while the reverse side tells oif the source of the gift. ll-m - THROUGH TO DANRY. Hamilton, Ayl. 26.-(Bpeclal.)-H1n ghinlng Septembir 1 the morning train from Missoula, No. 205, will re aume its old schedule, runneng through to Datby, according to in atructlons received by Station Agent Sam Wilson. The train will leave here at 10:45 a. m., leaving Darby for the down valley trip at 1:30 p. m., arriving in this city at 2:15 p. m. The evenlng -train will continue through to Derby' as at present, giv Ing the town of Darby 'two trains a day. This is a condition desired ty Darby residents for some time. -c. VISrTING THE VALLEY. Stevensvillb, Aug. 28.--(Bpeclal.) The Misses MarkelL nieces of Amos Buck, have arrived from their home .In Portland, and are the guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Buck. Dur ing their visit here, Amon has placed .his automobile at the disposal of the ladies, who are enjoying the delight ful ride. to the many places of inter est in this vicinity. GETS-IT for Corns Really a Wonder New Way, Painless, Safe and Sure. "Quit Thatl QItS.IT Will 'aGet Any OPr,." The new klndotf corn Cure; the only sure kind; the only easy, safe, pain. lees kind i. hgre, It's what corn pestered people htave been looking for erar since tied' hge of s0oes. Does It really do the work? Well, just one trial will prove It, The name of this big surprise Is "'0.P-IT," b is It gets it. You don't have to'* oour toes In band agWs. There 6r plasters, no salves. Whet is more, " G''.IP'" will never, abloluttely can't; 1irt dr make the trale flesh sore, as tgay other corn "things" do. If it oets b the skin, it won't, dal't, hurt or InJlre the flesh, Apply it In tWo secondl It's guaranteed, or your money is isfutnded. ?oul drugltit 8lld "(G.TI.IT," IS Deaits per bottl ,pr direct if you WAsh, iaD ,A Co., OhMlogo. O14d"lt a by George Prel-I hlme.t; kPisoula Drug Co., and G. P. Peterson, S PLI GALLATIN DEMOCRATS GO ON RECORD FOR POPULAR ELEC. TION OC SENATORS. Boieman., Aug. 8;.-The demvnratLic voters of tallatln, county maet In con. vention here today and nominated i full ticket of county officers, three canlidates for the state legllstture, one candidate for state senator and 24 delegates to the democrRtle state cn. Ventlio at Great Palls Peptembher 29. The convejntlon was largely attended and contests were very clole. ltino olutlons wyere adopted Indersiing the administration of Governor ICdwin l., Norris, and Woodrow Wl',,;u, andl Thomas n. Marshall were indored Tfr prsaldent and vice president. Thei delegates declared the tariff the greatt Issue of the can1ealgn It, a .i tnit record for a tarili for revete.' nnly. I le conventlo, dile.,1t~drl i.ts.lf in far or of the election of UInlted HIntcs, senators by popular vote and in fur therance thereof stthbmlitted the foliw Ing renolitilon: "That the ncceptalnnre of it toilitit| (lon from this intveuntlolt for the arf fire of ttrttniher if the I latle snaltle or hiouse shi: ll he d,' 'c d t., iuinli i prolise on theI part of ti. t nlltie'i that he will suhscrlbe and :i04 st.ite ment No. I as provided by hlw, to tie' effect that If elected he' vI' vt., fr the candlidte fr Unlted Mtitin's siiin ator whio rcl.ives the highest uniintihir of the peoplens votes at the ensiclllg election." FOREST 'RANGERS IN TOWN. Hamilton, Ag.. ti. - (tpeciitl ) A. Weholt, W. I'. Perrine ianl ,eo'rge, Pitcher, furst rangers f(,tnt Kinikhit, Wash., were in the city yesturdaly. Thei three nriungr acre working froImi the ('learwiater etltd of tile teleittphone line *heing construclteld ihrolughl I,+It KRtt canyllotn i tonnec't the. ('ll'atwa telt country with this city. Act Well! And that you may, profit by the health-restoring, strength giving properties of the timc tested famous famiy remedy BEEC HAM'8 PILLS Sl ,mrewwre ia ria te..e Harnols Theatre EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION 3 Nights, Commencing Sunday, Aug. 25 By Specall Arrangement Carnegie Museum At the Top of the World Alaska-Siberia Expedition Conquering Wild Animals The World's Greatest Motion Pictures Twelve wr'ks M, iHxlnn Mlllntt tlheater. 8,000 feet of motll in 'er eating edtucationalll pl:urebs ver' produ(eed. Two Shows-7:30 and 9:15 p. m. 8*e These Great Pictures PricesR Children, 16o. Adults, 26o. ETM Program for Tonight and Tuesday: flne-ro el disoll n Ifrtlllr ' THE ESCAPE FROM BONDAGE Rolin the first atory of "What Hlttppenerl t Mary." PrIodud in rolliboratIon with "Th'i ladlen' WVorld." (Thi astory ljppoltrN In the August nullller.) A MOONSHINER'8 HEART A drall ti alllll t llj Irtl rodu In the heairt of the moonhinelll rgion,' preusentlng (i. M. Anderson in an. AOher or his world-fmlPou tichatc. terlzatlonh. THE DIVINE SOLUTION A bhualutiful Mexl nIt phllo(play. l5ST-ALWAYS-COOLEST THE GRAND atire ChaIge Every Day BARGAIN IN GAS Wet will pipe your kitchen, first flnor, and install a three-burner gas range with oven and broiler for $19.00. MIISSOULA GAS COMPANY i40 South Irst Welt BDel Pbhonl Ul and Others for That Wig interest You, at Boys' wash suits at ... ................. Boys' ahool suits at ............. Boys' knee pants at ............... B oys' w aists at ..... ........................................................... Ladies', misses' and children's seamless, double and toe hose, five pairs ........................ Ladies' gauze vests, jersey ribbed, trimmed and ted; th ree fo r .................................................................... $1.50 Shopping bags, now going for...... . ...................... 101 1,000 yards of outing flannel at, yard.............................. 75c a yard silks, at, yard ............................................................... $1.00 and $1.50 silks, at ....... ... . .......... Apron G ingham s, at, yard ......................................................... These are not muslin, but genuine cambric. $3.00 ten and twelve quarter tablecloths for.......$1.50 12 yards of very best Amoskear outing flannel for $1 Wash lace trimmings, worth 15e a yard; now only, a y a rd .................................................... $1.50 table linen, 72 inches wide ............ ........ 7 Watch our daily offerings. You'll find them exceptional. SCHLOSSBERG'S THE BIG STORE Mlodern Cookery Demonstrated TODAY. From 2 to 5 o'Clock The Wonderful COPEMAN Electric Stove AT THE OFFICE OF THE Missoula Light & Water Co. ISIS The Fresh Air Palace An All Feature Program Tonight DON'T MISS IT "The Barrier That Was Burned" Especially written for the Vitagraph Co., by REX BEACH "THE RELIEF OF LUCKNOW" A feature extraordinary "A POLITICAL KIDNAPING" To please the most discriminating I 8 I S-The King of Them All