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EVEN PAT KENNY, IS GOING TO ROOT FOR MONTANA!
TRAIN STARTS FOR HELENA AT 8:30 THIS MORNING; ROLL OUT AND CATCH IT :MONTANA ROOTERS GO TO HELENA THIS DAY SPECIAL TRAIN CARRYING SUP PORTERS OF VARSITY FIVE LEAVES THIS MO'RNING. TEAM SLIPS OUT AHEAD Mustaine and His Men Depart a Day Early in Order to Practice Once cn Helena Floor--Everyone Can Have Special Rate. David Lever, pepperiest anrrd mort enthusiastic of tl;e estimable hiyh school faculty, wants to rcot for Montana this evening. This state ment is mcde for the benefit o, Principal Ketcham. Our undying gratitude is yours. Mr. IKetchram, it you give Mr. Lever a "ay off. Boy, page George Armitage and tell him to reserve a ticket. Remember these two things, please: The TRAIN STARTS AT 8:30 and EVERYONE WHO GETS TO THE DEPOT iN TIME IS EN TITLED TO THE SPECIAL RATE. That proposition stands until 100 tickets have been sold. GET ON BOARD! 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Ih, pi .y d ill is C1ites his fir I will have to beat ut one 4,1 thv re- tv!, hn only 19 o.uai: ol illad liable (utrtet ofl exil,, rie lniId ald last seisaon figured in 13:,. In thIe blainy I illy Sullivan, hard" "lr d" sI.I e p'riod he raiised his b.tting Kuhn. brllliant yo n n Thisy '40.h1. . i l .n v ' trat friom .'il to .240. ae vv-hitt'n- T.rl 1?l,+trl-. (;ms tts. . .l-s from ent rol ('lhin Strong pi .tu i li f t Ph il ir . I ii ltie ml d f.r set.v'erll yeat'rs to 4i1 aliblitin &.41 tevident abiliy' tv i11- i lnldi..tnlept t.eam. "Pop" Geers Soon to Open Spring Season ,l .,.. " , I b l: tl -I I i-'s 1i .:'1, \, 1 !. J r n ::lem s d l ~, ,terial L n p r i big free-fnr-a n '1 l" ri. POP EERS ANU I E HARVESTER .'!'' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ : ·1':,I]. s iqs~~''lii~lqii__I -''. I.,l' he.big rcvfJ-aI:sl~k<, a<':s. OP EER AND ·' tiE, HA.:i: FliVE T . ... . ..: . .. -. . . . . . ... . ... _. :..:. .. ... .. : : _ . . ... : . ... . .. . . . _=:.- . .-: .::. . .... .. : _2_ . : =-: .:- .- COLLINS AND BAKER KNOCK OUT HOMERS Nu1'lh ilh,. Tenn., Murc h "n.-0t"C llins ;tll l lk::6 l,, . t.:Lt'}l .; f ; !t ; ..t 1l]. 1'tl iln t , 1,'.s .:. , .twt ..nI th l. il l lM1 i; A 'k rict n8 ; l l t ; i the N S1i lh ille lea: t tI1t the Southeti rn let.te. ttllin's tdrive w;trit , ,.ith thell huses fu ll i tihe sixthl ini ing. 'The ' iitirs ,t hin, 11 t 8. Second Sox Beaten. nala~nt i, Mi te Iinrch 11.-- T'he stt' onil division ,f the Chicago An ri uts l lst this uftrrit ii tt the in Other Scores, ,t l .. I;n I, . la 'Ch .-- I.i)stiill n , ti ,a ls. I;; .Ath'ns, O. lTh ile, Ala., Marc:h 2_'.-('leveliutl A r'rIt;iIns, 7; 'Mtt hilt, ,. .t' g tI rl:ans, ILa., March 21'. -1 ). troit tii rients, ; Ne'w t rltean , 1. Scott Wins Game. S -'I. l, i "ý lh l, (I lli t' ,lh.ut .\!It rig , liit' 8.1,(, euilt^ I les An mel. in th, first. i St. Louis Americans Win. \. , t I' . . 11 ,+ h i t. ll ,, ii \\ i +lintu , N . .. Al ,' th _l. Phil PINCH HITS "OPTIMISTIC JOE." Don't worry, fns, fns, th old b:lli.ir Is ph nty good enough; The roatlWay Imy v he nv dh , And sr.ni ai little rouetl Those, trubles will all fat,l :maiy, lJust Itke ii , , e il dredi ; For tlings are liever l:tlf as had As they tdo realiy 5,.,:n, Think of lthe poor, old kiddies, \\'hl) tllor hard f11 r a few c.ents; And will glhdly talko a bloody nose For a ]nlothole in the fence. W\hile you can sit and listen For that holi, fmtniliar call; And your lh]id b ;2illns to tingle XVhen the nimpire shoits "Ilay hall." Biut then the gaimi is ver, I 'Du'll it/ to keepl it ,lark, That you \ever tried to ,criticize Slur Hlighlander Iaslhail park. --,I 1'; IMA\N. Ti, 1ihliinan is her.ehy croned king of ito l. lrilri . lis eltoi, l Ioff-rlins lh:,< s tr ' 1 is i i Bend] 11u11,:ui h 1i'iirs of ]inter. V'e arie thinking, hy the way ,f h10hil ii up a rt\ilard for faitihfuil (ontribulors'. Alt.1( 10 1 'I ) FD R.S. "The funniest in 'id lnt I rimember in hal.si :tll ia'-curr i in a giamie pllayed in Washington siiortly after he lire at o " 'orunds., iwhi-h vais in 111i," says S;or,-e Mi-L ri]de, lih Xnsliininnr shortstopl. When iii , nf tt i irk 1 was :,id out the} stitched the diamond, and now think \'iashingtonI. has one fri thli wvor t s ntil lie.lds in the lu:ll ii. "'The, incident I lont in mind took 'lhae in llhis sun fit Il,. 'iThe roof of 1ASK '<. th,, tr nd hbu l qn t b,,n startl, w ,,hich I1;tl, tilings wors .i "V," toir pia)ing St. Louis, and 'flal,' Hl, nai \-;s in i ft. It was at close gaul. andi Sil cef. \ iho ,lice to b It \\itil t'hre, on bLse', i; ;le a l lngI line to l+.ft lhi 0 ts 'id l ' l,:=ft the ball T Ii " I :,li In l' hi t - l'l I l nithe illll 11'.t'1( It .e~rl+. '" ,' ( :1, anO d .1 . i s"-r'od thr', run, l.,. \\ins ,tunneii l f:u Irh tcnltc,1 ellle :i D ,t1lib, .:llli h er, 'I1h next di ul he "tu 1,, is io.t \V,'otrin:l e'atchhr:' r,;ks lc s top otf their ht nids, h 1 1:,, d,- k-, out in chl .!t prot, tot.s " The Howling Has Ceased, King. 'angr;r:ttuhltiosm., Po,;ti.h! I's sports i lr -' . i to let 't ',. v li:i 'i}i- . p ". It.. ,r t I us w hri ti , l ,' i1. \'ti thin k 3i 1n iioii just ri-litI , i iv,' him i ti liei r fer luck.- ,trh a t Flls Lu:iledtr. \ "ts, t it iss ' of th h th Phild phi: ig'rt ii . l v rl :lin ,i rrtii i t s : pit tr, of ,i e F:iishi in oneI' of 'onnii' sliak's ilhlf, ormns. The .ormic, ' r 'l ighlnnder has jut thiri t i l iri of his fast uile's and rpanios that "ugh." Of Bush thl North Americ1n ,;ys: "Pitchs ,r theIsh has iImpressed ia:n agi fr Miik ty his wortk in the sounth tern training. i't has terrlfuu speed and is mastering a g- ,,d assortment of cur't s." "T(.DAy' , NEWS T(OI)Ay." tH re is a little story told hby Walter Brattz in the Snit Like To' , 'rnin: This from th . ien of ' a. Jackson, the Detroit newspaper man traveling with the Tigers, about our old friend, Carl Zanmloch, tihe ex-31issoula pitcher: "Carl has ambitlons to become a sport. ni g writer. Alrxadyl hle has made a start, having ,written some baseball articles for the lMises, ila (,Mont.) Sen tinel, published in the town in which Zini Ilayed minor hilague baseball last is ,:. He is tihe ' i redited represen tative of that paper in camp, and is sup',iposed to tell, in ia series of mail cu.ries, how the bie leagiuers get ready for the senson. tE:ich of thle Detroit na\ spalipers sends a hundlle of its prints tii calnp each day, for the benefit of its players. Zaniloch, from tile morn in" of his arrival, was always first at the mail counter when the newspaper came in, clamoring for a copy of each. flis insistence arous:d curiosity, es ipiecially as the newspapers, for the first three or four days after his ar rival, could contain nothing about him. 'Ihmey are two days late here, of course, and Zamloch wasn't going to figure much for two or three days after his arrival. 'What do you want the papers fi h'' wats asked. 'You've only just iut er. and you're pictur. isn't in !sy of them.' "W'ell, I'll tell you,' he Srpltiield. 'I'In doing some work for my M issoula. paper, and if I can get hold io the stuff you fellows ,writ. it will make it si mulch easier. I can shoot on that. ityou s.n, and ]axve some good t 'iris. TFhat's the way 1the boys get lilp sltirtini Iitges, ain't it?' Where up)on l,1 1. s;~'in newspaper men in (ip ollt r';anizetl and .purchased a 'pair if shears and a paste pot, and pre sented them tiI Mr. Zamloch, with a set of rieso.ltionis expressing their sincere conv'iction that he will b). a success :tand a credit to the craft, and his let tirs ' i., irth . rival to the Christy ~latte'\'.rson series." "T,,d ' '. ] \its today?" No, last montlh's I ),trit papers today. l'x.en i n.t , on the Aggies, did you snay Ymi 're (cii r . PRIZE WINNERS SOLD. No,.%" ', ,rkl. March 20.--''The sale by " ". lIl rTiinan to Edwartd ft. '., \ ." \ :shbigton for $Sn.00il of , ir, h , tetopping hliartness I lrse's I ilitix iil in l I;li c, ant 1)il I 1 't, . ,. 1 , " f ny,1 0 Lil;o rib ,,tllR, Ii.r'. i 'i ; zes and "hliillen 'ge , h iin.g' Allieil'n'ii hotrse, hm s \ :' i ' a l u'i ,l('it dI t liglit. 'I'lf i lrr, ' ' ,,hl f I' he IrNo is ti h tigh ,st ,u r L,,, . "' iey 'are. to Ii shiltaied to l'a hii. til :ii once. BIG ENOUGH TO GO 'ROUND. "")l, bllu , ,I t nWays to coill miLt egg,." I r fl i iiir i .\'I'ii\O'iPv d fli('liii a iti i'g,'oo k i ii I . '1lican oni'ly cooki this HARNOIS Friday, Mar. 21 3yp;% vlove A. I. \Woods presents England's and America's famous Franz Lehar's comic opera success Gypsy Love 80 people and enlarged Orchestra PRICES Lower floor, $1.50 and $2 Balcony, $1.50, $1 and 75c Galery 50c Seats on Sale Thursday ypsay love larnois, Friday, Mar. 21 AMERICANS ASKED TO RECONSIDER CHALLENGE SIR THOMAS LIPTON CABLES EX PLANATION OF HIS TERMS TO NEW YORK CLUB. EXPLAINS DEED OF GIFT English Sportsman Says That His Defi Agreed With Deed of Gift and Proves It-Irish Club Signs State ment. Ielfast., Ireland, March 20.-A re quest was sent today by cable by the I oyal later Yacht club asking the New Ylork Yacht club for ai reconsid eration of its refusal of Sir Thomas tpiton's challenge for the America's ('li,. This was eeoiilpanll ied by a long s.t telllent from Sir Thn'llluts with w\hich the (u'lullittee of the Irish club signifitidl its agreemen t. The committee hopes that the har )Ulliolus relations of the two clulbs \\ ill ie cemented further by another successful series of races aind there 'lre requests the New York club to reconsider the challenge. The Statement. Sir Thomas Liplton's statement is as follows: "I dteepl)y regret that the New York Yaicht club hais been unabile to accept my challenge. After reading the ex planation given of its refusal I can only conclude that the challenge and the intentions of the challengers have been mnisinterpreted. The deed of gift states: " The competing yachts or vessels if of one mast shall not ibe less than 05 feet noir more than 90 feet at the water line.' "The deed of gift also stated that there shall be no time allowance. 'It Inust he presumed that the framers of the deed of gift intendedl that some reasonable meaning should ihe attached to their words and they could never have contemplated such an ablsurdity as a challenger of 65 feet being not by a 90-foot defender. "The deed of gift also relluires that 10 months prior to the race the chal longer shall conlmunlcate the dimen sions of his yacht, 'which dimensions shall not lie execeded.' If the real ;meaning of the words quoted is that the challenger is the liperson to fix within the limitation of the deed of gift the dimensions of the mcomlpeting yachts nnil that both yachts are to e of that dieiletnsion, Ithen the deed at once beomsi intelligible and reason able. "I submlit that thils is the true in terlipretation of the deed of gift. "It was on this understanding that I challengedl and I repudtliate the idea that any attempt has been made to tilpose limitations or restrictions not within the tdeed of gift. Different Terms. '"I venture to disagree with the slitiateint mande by the New York Yulcht clul that the present challenge does not differ in principle from the cihallenge I sent to America in 1907. Thel 1907 challenge asked for a varia tioi frmu the deed of gift, in order to Ipermit of a race under the uni vers;il rule. No such variation is :asked for in this ease and I fail to see that there is any analogy between the two challenges. "I fully understood the decision of lth New Yoirk Yacht (club in 190(7 to termllit no varittion from the deed or gift, idespite mutual agreement on tihe claulse, but I ulaintain that this has no iiearinig whatever itupon my present challenge. "The New York Yacht club states Which do You Regard the More Important, Your Love or Your Duty? Which would you choose-love or duty? One of America's greatest popular novelists has raised this point in his book, "Graustark," and the question has caused much speculation all over the country. "Graustark" will be played at the Harnois, March 27. The Missoulian is giv ing everyone who is in any way energe tic, an opportunity to see this attraction free-and incidentally see how George Barr McCutcheon solved the question. Here is the proposition: You write an article of not more than 200 words-the shorter and clearer the better-telling which should be followed, love or duty. Mail this article to "Graustark," care The Missoulian not later than 6 p. m., March 25. From the number received the best seven will be chosen and complimentary seats to the attraction will be presented as followys: First-Four seats. Fourth-Two seats. Fifth-Two seats. Second-Two seats. Sixth-Two seats. Third-Two seats. Seventh-Two seats. that it would have accepted with pleasure an unconditional' challenge. The only conditions'I ask are those of the deed of gift for I cannot con ceive that the framers of. that docu ment, after taking pains to prohibit all time allowate, poaitemplated races between such r~l~thloui extremes as yachts of 65 and 8a:i feet. "If upon reaonildera'tion, 'which I am sure the New York Yacht club will .e good enough to give this matter, they accept my interpretation of the deed of gift, I shall be happy to re move from my challenge the words to which they object. "My reason for selecting a 75-footer iý that a yacht of this dimension rep resents the largest type of cutter now racing in any part of the world. "THOMAS J. LIPTON." ENGLISH CHAMPS WIN. Vancouver, U3. c., IMarch 20.-"Pat" Connolly, heavyweight champion of Great Britain, tonight defeated "Polly" Grimm of Seattle in two straight falls in 47 minutes and 13 minutes, respec tively. Although outweighed nearly 40 lpounds, 'Connolly wks th aggress.,r throughout, and his superior knowl edge of the game enabled him to pin his heavier oppolnent to the mat. CAMPAIGN TO START NEXT SUNDAY REFERENDUM PETITIONS OPPOS ING BOXING BILL TO BE CIRCULATED AT ONCE. Helena, March 20.-(Special.)-Ref erendum petitions to suspend the operations of the Kiley boxing bill were printed here today, as The Mis soullian prophesied, and according to the Rev. Leland W. Porter, secretary of the special organization that has for its object the cancellation of the boxing law, the movement will be for mally launched Easter Sunday in the Helena churches. It is presumed that the petitions will be distributed for the signatures of cthurch-goers after the services. Mr. Porter also stated the petitions are already being circulated in some of the other counties of the state. The Rev. N. H. Burdick of Helena is chairman of the special organization, but he refused to diiscus the matter This Excellent Program at the ISIS Tonight and Saturday Drama Drama A big single-reel Feature Picture "An Old, Old Song" Next to the tearful "Madame X" this production reigns supreme. A powerful dramatic story portrayed in a beautiful manner. "The Ferrets" A picturesque romance of the underworld in which two almost human ferrets play most important parts and furnish an exciting cli max. Comedy Comedy Comedy "Sixes and Nines" A screamingly funny comedy subject. It will make a hit with "Jane's Waterloo" A rip-roaring comedy with a I;laugh every time the lclhk ticks. ISIS Licensed Pictures From the Greatest Makers of. the refqrendum; saying there was nothing to be given out for a day or two. The W. C. T. U. is co-operating in invoking the referendum, it is un derstood. The referendum may be ordered by five per cent of the legal voters of the state distributed t.t 'two-fifths of the counties. To suspendl the bill it will be necessary to cecure the signatures of 15 per cent of the legal voters In a majority of the counties, which is 18, there now being 34 counties in the state. "PING" COMING BACK. "Ping" Brodie wil! a;rnin liav e charge of the HIighland 'r nseball park. A comnmunication, !f:" eiid Iby officials and citizens was sent to 'iPing" yes Iterday. iy is exlpectod to report for duty. Tle genial "Ping"-s'welp us is clerk in a Philipsburg hotel. 0 tem-pora, and the rest of it. CHARACTERISTIC. ( 'rom Judge.) Pat-How much do Ye' weigh, Mike.? Mlikc-Oi weigh one hundred and seventy-five pounds. Pat-You must 'a' got weighed with your coat on. Mike-An' Oi did not. Oi 'held it in me arms all the time. Program Today and Saturday:' Matinee Every Day, 2 to 5 P. M. Two-Splendid Comedies--Two THE FAMILY JAR 1,000 feet of scream. A very amusing comedy based on the Beech Nut Packing Company's fac tory at Canajoharie, N. Y. He Waited A Vitagraph comedy, with Miss Lillian Walker in an exceptionally clever lead. The Bank's Messenger High-class dramatic subject by the Selig company. THE BIJOU Always the Best AMERICA THEATER Entire Change of Program Every Iay. Three splendid reels of lphotoplalys flrom the best foreign and American mlanu facturers. TODAY "THE LOVE CHASE" 2 REELS 2 REELS Animated Weekly No. 49 ).'nt 1Miss this Program. Matinee every dry, 2 to 4:30 P. M. Evening Performance, 7 to 10:30