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REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE SE .,LECTED FOR STATE'COLLEGI ATE MEET. The contest to select a university representative for the state collegiate contest in extern oranedtj speaking will be held at the university tonight. The speakdig will commence at 8 'clbck in the assembly hall. No ad mission will-be charged 'and everyone is invited td attend. The contestants, will draw lots for their siabjeo6s at 4 this afternoon and will hive from then until 8 to collect their Information. The topics have been selected by a faculty committee and are all subjects of current inter est. A good number of students in tend to compete. The. winner will leave with the uni versity. representative in oratory, to mprrow -mooning for Dillon, where they will enter with the other colleges of the state for the state championship. Supremacy in both oratory and extem poraneous saeaking will be decided. Other colleges that will be repre sented are the state college of agri culture at Bozeman, the state, normal school at Dillon, Montana Wesleyan university at Helena and the College of Montana at teer Lodge. ANNE HIGVCHINSON UIUEENOF MAY HIGH HbNO'RS ARE, PAID TO BEAUTIFUL AND POPULAR UNIVERSITY STUDENT The girls of the university met yes terday and chose Miss Anne Hutchin son 4. Queen of the May. Miss Hutchinson is-a senior, the class from which. it. is a custom to choose the May queen.' She will reign at the. Maypole dance on .the campus on Fri dayy night just before the carnival in the gymnasium.... The selectiotq as May queen is the highest honor, a girl may receive, from the triLversity- co-eds, and is the greatest tif ute, to her charm and popularlty. Her many friends wish Miss Hutdhinson a pleasant and suc cessful adrmiration, - At the tame time the queen's re tainers, and the girls who will dance the winding of the Maypole were se lected.- The girls who will wind the Maypole are: June. Whiting, tuth Denis, Gladys McCarthy, Bess i'ilde, Cornelia Mc Farlane, Irene Murray, Corrine Mc Donald, Helen McLeod, Lillian Scrog in, Grace_ Saner, Alpha Buse, Hilda Marsh, Clara Robinson, Mildred In galls, Donna McCall, Cora Schilling, Evelyn Stevenson, Esther Birely, Irma Wilson, Merle. Kettlewell, Florence Ritkhter, Dorothy Simons, Ruby Ja cobson and Louise Sinclair. Those who will accompany the queen are: Grace Mathewson, Gladys Freeze, Mary Ludden, Matguerite l3onner, Guasse Gilliland, Roth; Cronk, Ceceile. Kramer, Ruth Kennedy, . Josephine Hunt,~ Ruth Nutting, Bess Rhoades and Isabtl Gilbert. RAIIIESAKE SCKOOI MAYGET ITS BVILDilMG The decision to submit a bond issue for $12,500 for the Rattlesnake school house was made by the city school board at their meeting Monday night. A special election will decide the bond Issue. The Woman's club appeared before the board requesting the co-olperatlofl of the board in securing more play grounds.: The hoard expressed itself as willing to go half-way in outfitting rece ation lots, but nothing definite wasn done in the matter. AVOISDAUIERSUSOPERATIONSFOE APPPIUBGTIS, BALL STONES AII STOMASI TOUBuLE S.e Dese of Mayr's WenderfulI :5Seensls Eeamedv WWi Bring Oelels Uelef anel Convinee Yeu of.a Cure. SIf o.suferwth tuh vradIte t ta Hting. Nervoumneas. Dizziness, i oatsatease. AWFULWeOMAer Ul SteNg eipiercured them. It se the most bwnanda moeseaful remedy fer all Siam* eudlotestinal ailments. Aslq foe ln asn lterwur san coneag ?Irial e sale by Misoule Drug Co., OVER CON~ifiONS SAYS PASSENGER BUSINESS II GREAT, AND THAT MISSOULA IS BEING ADVERTISED. A. M. Cleland, general passenger agent of the. Northern Pacific, and Division Freight and Passenger Ageni Merriman spent yesterday in Mis soula. In company with N. H. Mason local agent for the Northern Pacific .Mr. Cleland and Mr. Merriman visited the local business men. Mr. Cleland says that he cannot but be. optimistic over the outlook for passenger busi ness during the coming season. "Dv erything points to a tremendous busi ness," said Mr. Cleland. "I believe that our Yellowstone park trade will eclipse anything we have had for sev eral years past and other business promises to be better than usual, Montana is getting more advertising from the Northern Pacific than ever before. In this advertising campaign Missoula is getting a very large per cent. The Northern Pacific is issu ing a booklet which deals altogether with this section of western Montana. This booklet will 7e off the preas within a very short time and the rail road will see that a large, number of these books are distributed. Thou sands of these brochures will be sent out and the advertising should be of great benefit to the Garden city." Cole Is Delegate. Conductor CA A. Cole will leave for Detroit tomorrow to represent the Missoula division of the Order of Railway Conductors at their annual national convention. After the con. vention he will make a pleasure trip to New Orleans, El Paso, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Portland. Others who are also going to Detroit are Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Christy and Mrs. G. C. Billings. The ladies will attend the convention of the ladies' auxiliary to the order which meets at the same time. Blackfoot Passenger Schedule. The schedule of the passenger run on the Blackfoot branch is now oper ative and provides for two trips daily between Bonner and Potomac. The first train leaves Bonner at 9:30 a. m. and returns, arriving at Bonner at 12: 30. The afternoon train leaves Bonner at 1:30 and returns to Bon ner at 6 p. m. Brakeman F. A. McLean has re turned to his work on the Northern Pacific after a month spent in Des Moines, where he. was called by the illness of his mother. Ray Webb, district claim agent of the Milwaukee with headquarters at Missoula has returned from a business trip to Seattle. Milwaukee train No. 1.7 was delayed for three hours at Durant yesterday by a small washout on the B. A. and P. tracks. Roy Campbell, who is the stenog rapher in District Baggage Master Reno's office in the Milwaukee sta tion, leaves today for a vacation trip to Milwaukee and Chicago. He ex pects to be gone two weeks. Notice to Contractors. Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the trustees of school district No. 3, Hamilton, Ra valli county, Montana, up to and in cluding Thursday, May 15th, 1913, for the completion of the addition to the Jefferson school building according to the plans and specifications which can be seen at the office of W. B. Mc Laughlin, chairman of the building committee, Hamilton, Montana. Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. A certified check for 2 per cent must accompany each bid. A sufficient bond will be required of the successful bidder. By order of the board. LLOYD REIMEL, Clerk. ENTRIES ARE COMING FOR INTERSCHOLASTIC High schools 'that expect to enter the interscholastic contests are send ing in their entry blanks to the uni versity. The first was received yes terday from the Big Timber high school which is coming for its first meeting with the assembled high school track athletes of the state. Closely following the receipt of the Big Timber acceptance were slips from several other schools who will also make their initial appearance next week. They are the high schools of Boulder and Havre and the parochial schools of Butte. The -rest of the schools must have their list of en tries in by tomorrow to make them eligible to compete. It is expected that today will see most of them filed with the interscholastic committee. CHECK MAKES GOOD HICKLIN'S SHORTAGE A check from the Fidelity & De posit company of Maryland for $6,386.58 was yesterday handed over to County Treasurer McCarthy by At torney Charles H. Hall, acting for the bonding company, to cover the short age of ex-Treasurer J. W. Hicklin. The commissioners acknowledged the treasurer's receipt for the money, but did not release the bonding company from any further obligation under the Hicklin bond. SNOW. Stevensville, April 29.-(Special.) It snowou for several hours here to day and was melting all the time, but at noon there was about an inch of snow on the ground. Had it not been melting as fast as It fell it would have piled up several . -A SEE IF TONGUE ISN'T COATED, STOMACH SOUR AND BOW ELS WASTE CLOGGED. Mother! Don't scold your cross, peevish child! Look at th etongue! Sev if it is white, yellow and coated! If your child is listless, drooping, isn't sleeping well, is restless, doesn't eat heartily or is cross; -irritable, out of sorts with everybody, stomcah sour, feverish, breath bad; has stomach ache, diarrhoea, sore throat, or is full or cold, it means the little one's stomach, livelt and 30 feet of bowels are filled with poisons and foul, con Ptipated waste matter and need a gentle, thorough cleansing at once. Give it a teaspoonful of Syrup of Figs, and in a few hours all the clogged up waste, undigested food and sour' bile will gently move on and out of its little waste clogged bowels without nausea, griping or weakness. and you will surely have a well, happy and smiling child again shortly. With Syrup of Figs you are note durgging your children, being com posed entirely of lucious figs, senna and aromatics it cannot be harmful, besides they dearly love its delicious taste. Mothers should always keep Syrup of Figs handy. It is the only stom ach, liver and bowel cleanser and regulator needed-a little given today will save, a sick child tomorrow. Full directions for children of all ages and for grown-ups plainly printed on the package. Ask your druggist for the full name, "Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna,' prepared by the California Fig Syrup Co. This is the delicious tasting, genuine old reliable. Refuse any thing else offered. Rheumatism as a result of kidney trouble, stiff and aching joints, back ache and sore kidneys will all yield to the use of Foley Kidney Pills. They are tonic in action, quick in results, curative always. W S. Skelton, Stanley, Ind., says: ' I would not take $100.00 for the relief from kidney trouble I received from one single box of Foley Kidney Pills." Missoula Drug Co. LOCAL SOCIETY At the Hawthorne School. The regular fortnightly meeting of the Women's auxiliary to the Orchard Homes Country Life club will be held at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon at the Hawthorne school. Business of im portance is to be transacted and a large attendance is requested. For a Birthday. Miss Ethlyne Adele Parson enter tained five little friends at her home on South Fifth street west yesterday afternoon as a treat in honor of her fifth birthday. Her guests, Billie and Marshall Hall, Natalia Scheuch, Marie Rouser and George Forbes, spent a happy afternoon with games, followed by a birthday tea which was served from a table daintily appoint ed with pink sweet peas, pink can dies, a birthday cake with pink can dles and a tempting array of good things to eat. A Social Tea. Mrs. Tylar B. Thompson, Mrs. Charles H. Hall and Mrs. Watson will be hostesses at a tea given for the benefit of the Ladies' Aid society of the Christian church Thursday afternoon, at Mrs. Thomj.son's home on East Front street. All members and friends of the church will be given cordial welcome Thursday by these ladies. Baptist Circles. The North-side circle of the Ladies' Aid society of the Baptist church will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Robinson at her home, 606 North Sec ond street The South-Side circle of the same society will meet at the same time with Mrs. H. J. Riley at her home, 514 South Fifth street west. May Day Ball. May day will be celebrated at Elite hall tomorrow evening with a most charming ball given by the ladies' auxiliary to Immanuel chapter, Order of Eastern Star. The Missoula club orchestra will furnish music for danc ing; the entire membership of the auxiliary has volunteered as a com mittee to look after the comfort and enjoyment of guests, and a cordial welcome will be given to all who may be present. UNSIGILY HAIR MADE BEAUTIFUL BY THE USE OF NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE Many ladies are, and many more should be, ashamed when they look in a glass and see their hair. The condition of some is almost a disgrace. It simply shows that while they may be scrupulously neat in every other way, they are careless about their hair. Thin, scraggy, wispy hair generally indicates dandruff which is due to a germ. Newbro's Herpicide will re move the dandruff and keep the scalp clean and healthy. This permits the hair to grow naturally and luxuriantly and to take on that gloss and beauty which always follows the intelligent use of Herpicide. That annoying itch ing of the scalp which always goes with dandruff stops almost with the first application. You may sometimes be offered "something just as good," but you will be better satisfied if you. Izwpiat upon having the original dandruff germ killer, Newbro's Herpicide. If you wish to try this scalp prophylactic send 10 cents in postage or sil ver to The Herpicide com pany, Dept. R, Detroit, Mich. You will receive a sample size bottle of Herpicide and a 'booklet telling all about the care of the hair by return mail. Newbro's Herpicide is sold in 50 cent and $1.00 sizes at all drug and de partment stores. Applications ob tained at the better barber shops and beauty parlors. But a trial isn't necessary. There is no guesswork about Newbro's Her picide. Just buy a bottle and use it. The results are sure to be better than .ou expect. Furthermore, satisfaction is guaranteed, and should it fail to produce the results claimed your dealer will return your money. Missoula Drug cq., Special Agqpts. "PANANAPt VETERAN HORSEMAN AND PIO NEER HAD FRIENDS ALL OVER WESTERN MONTANA. The news in yesterday morning's Missoulian that "Panama Pat" was dead carried sorrow to a good many old-timers in western Montana and tc others of the younger generation. For "Panama Pat" was known here al most as well as at his old home in Pioneer or his later abode in Deer Lodge. Wherever good horses are known and liked, "Panama Pat" was known and liked; for he was sure to be where good horses were. He was specially a friend of the Higgins boys. Arthur Higgins will be one of the pallbearers at the vet eran's funeral-this by the old man's last request. The news of the death of this pioneer came to Montana in a telegram from his stepson, Tom Me Tague, to Frank Conley at Deer Lodge. The message said: "Daddy quit us this evening, and his request was the follots ing named to act as his pallbearers: Ed Lannon, Bearmouth; John Blair, Arthur Hig gins, Billy Gemmell, To'm Mulcalra, T. D. Murphy, Charles iielenberg and yourself. Have Foster prepare grave alongisde of mother, and have it large on account of large casket. Leave Tuesday morning with remains. Home Thursday. Funeral Friday; burial from house. Notify Dr. Hall and pall bearers.-Tom McTague," "I remember Panama Pat as far back as I can remember anything," said Arthur Higgins last night. "His string of race horses Ntas known all over the west. His colors, green with a white harp, were familiar on all the tracks. I remember, several year. ago, the old man was very low, and his family thought he was dying. The Montana Elks had just come back from the Denver convention, and had gone to Deer Lodge as Tomu McTague's guests. It was not until we got there that we knew that Pat was sick. As soon as he knew that we were in town, he asked to see us, though he could hardly lift his head. We went in to see him. He had his racing colors all about his room, and soon he was talking race horse to us. He got in terested and excited, and insisted upon getting up. He got well, and he used to say that it tias our race hors talk that did it. lie was a great old man." Recommended for a Good Reason C. H. Grant, 230 Waverly St., Peoria, Ills., says: "Backache and congested kidneys made me suffer intense pains. Was always tired and floating specks bothered me. Took Foley's Kidney Pills and saw big improvement after third day. I kept oiu until entirely freed of all trouble and suffering. That's why I recommend Foley Kid ney Pills. They cur I me." Mis soula Drug Co. GEORGE W. GARDNER PLEADS NOT GUILTY George W. Gardner was arraigned in the district court yesterday on a charge of obtaining money tinder false pretenses, the complaining wit ness being George W. Beach. Gard ner pleaded not guilty to the charge and will probably be tried during the present term of court. Beach alleges that Gardner made false representa tions concerning his ability to locate him on an Oregon timber claim and secure a preference right for him to purchase it, securing $100 for such false representation. Gardner was arrested here about a month ago. He was released upon furnishing a bond for $750. GAS-WAGON OWNERS TO MEET fF115 EYENIMG The annotuncement of the meeting tonight ouf 'both the itutornobile itnd rnutorcycle clubs was the subject of much discussion among the owners of both classes of vehicles yesterday. The atriomobile club meets at the city hail at 8 o'clock and the rrrotorcycle club meet in the I.' C. S. office loicated in the basement of the B, & A. tore. A full attendance of mnachirte towners is desired and urged by both organiza tions. ABOUT the most all-round useful gar ment a man can have at this season of the year is a good raincoat. It is a wise man who has one with him ready for any turn in the weather-- also he who makes his selection at the M. M. Company Whatever your idea of a Raincoat may be, you'll find it ex pressed here in good cloth or fabric, good tailoring and good style-and at your price, whether as little as $5.00 or $25.00. Don't start to the ball game or anywhere else without one. $7.50 Buys a Goods One A Cravenette for $15.00 It has all the earmarks of coats Made from genuine Priestley's costing double the money-is just as Cravenetted Gaberdine cloth--light rainproof and just as durable. Made of "Cantonette," a new double-texture weight, wet resisting-latest style, with rubberized material that looks like military collar and satin shoulder and silk. Made full and long and with sleeve linings. A handy coat for military collar. travelers, motorists and general wear. UMBRELLAS---All Kinds and at All Prices; a Dandy for $1.25 Copyright Hart Schai`ner & Marx PETERSON BEATEN BY SUNOSTRON TWO MEN AND WOMAN AR RESTED FOLLOWING INVES TIGATION BY OFFICERS. The investigation by the offilcrs of the cage of the mtnan who was found in a cabin on t he island nearly dq ad fruin the effects of n severe illiting ltd yesterday to tillhe arrest of I'tr SHund stron, the owner of the shack where the nuan was found; (George Brown, colored, a porter at the Paiace hotel, and a w lmal, Minnie 111cLed, also colored. The injured mant is Peterl Peterson, who is well known hire, hu" having worked on a wood saw fur some time and was once employed by the local water company. The inves tigation seems to show that jealousy over the woman was at the bottom of the trouble and that on the night It happened Peterson, Brown and the woman had been drinking together in the cabin. Brown finally threw Pe terson from the shack and Sundstron alleges that he stepped in to prevent Peterson from slashing the colored man and then was forced to the use of the club in self protection. It will be remembered that Peterson had been lying alone in the shack for nearly a week before he was discov ered. He, was taken to the Sisters' hospital and last night his condition was reported to be critical. tSpeeds you along, gets you up early withaclear head, new feeling all over -it's Hollister's R. M. Tea. George Frelsheluier. KING'S DAUGHIERS ANNOYED BY FAKER information has teen given itn the King's Iaughtirti moiety o' it person who is I ll tiiting clothing in tho nriino of the society. Any uich sul8it tioni is absolotely without authority fronm the King's Dtunghttrs. 'They sendt for donltions only when asked to do so oy persons .ko have something to he sitow. This sainm annoyancc was me~t East yIar by the ni lety, ni t the tnhe I'turs i rIn t lv'itllii to recognize tihe oe who teg' 'fro i otne h o ellea'e ter clothing in the mate oti iii tnhe iir tuli . t''iers a fraui, trying to gen Clutrltt ofther tHulsetittien ts. SECOND NIGH T'S SHOW BETTER THAN FIRST The second night ' performance of the Elks' iinstrels ia'led out another crowd that iompletely filled the Har nols theater. The show went even betteyr last night than at the opening performance. The music had more snap and life, and the stunts of the second part "went big" all the way through. T1hcre were a few slight 1"han~gcs In the songs and "gags" that mrade them better last night, the snow and failure of the hust-ball men to ptlay furnishing the, material for nu nmerous original jokes and verses. The show will play In Philipsburg, and will probably appear there Mon day or Tuesday of the coming week. MISSCIILIAN WANT ADS MISSOULIAN WANT ADS CLEAR RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR NEW EVARO ROAD The county commissi ners yester day called for hidis for the clearing of the 6(0-foot right of way for that stretch of the proposed new road from Evaro through the lower end of the reservation tai Arlee lying between Evero and Se'hley, it distance of 5.9 milts The bis are to be opened on May 6. GREY HAIR RESTORED 10 YOUTHFUL COLOR Why Have Grey or Faded Hair That Makes You Look Old Why lose your good looks that youth ful, natural colored hair always helps you to keep? There is absolutely no need for it. A few applications of Hay's flair Health will restore your grey hairs to their natural color and beauty, almost immediately and It will look even more beautiful than ever your money back if it doesn't. Get a bottle today-prove ft to your own sat isfaction. Always ask for Hay's Hair Health. Don't take chances with any others. Free: Sign this adv. and take it to the following druggists and get a 50e. bot tle of Hay's Hair Health and a 86c. cake of Harfina Soap, for 50c.; or $1.00 bottle of Hay's Hair Health and two 25c, cakes of Harfina Soap Free, for $L GARDEN CITY DRUG CO.