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FOR POTATO FLAKES MONTANA COMPANY PROMISES MISSOULA AN IMPORTANT NEW INDUSTRY. C. . ('t1 , n ,,clt I,r,.s hlent, a1ld f,. 11 Johnson. ge."ii'r;tl tniltlig r ', f tit. vMintalna PI' tlt, 1'1].t:t " ('Ipit allt.y', at c in :liss ,ula :,nd aun, ,.m ce th at thl.l. \rit ll p' l rll .lt ' ne t tt i I '.l s ill the , Itti W i' th i . u tI at ! ..+. They mlkl e o i lOt soon start ,i t i\", IIlr ttl.l the elrec i ,lll 1' :e 1in 1tl\ h, "1'.', thel". I (,111 + lean} '\il le "it-i to In.i thi. its 1i tPil trt I t -r "lIh, lit,;it re i f tthe chunt'pastn :ll .t 1t.i that ith factr:ni Is t, h' e l:ntluv i t 'l t it " i.t l, th- r' it-r' - ( ! .l re : + p o taII tI + r b' ' l i it ' c- ( o u tlr11 . , ' Sip ii, til i t , i l litllglI , , offll s have e'ltn lt il lit ' Ill <' ill n itte'. W Ih r l Itl'h of thle st,,, k has 1..,.n s. !l 'T'wr.. arc somel ;r 'nil nt 13lit t" tlh n ill till concern T i here is ntl I ' Interi 'st ill rthe r'n roit ucern. i ' lT ' sta lishl oft thi si t ind str ' is on ' ' 'f tht most im (,ortant inti srllllij :l step. s l*v'l"r l :ilt it itt o~n~tana T' h. f:itorry wIill Ie ,:, ~ the first ,f its knitd ill thiS cunnit"\' There a e lianr ' ti f Ihi' " fn, ' ttries un.\ IIt s i ,. . sttl ol itl cl- rm afllv+, ah."l, not Iahly ju,:t,,,'s t ul' f.khed, buit ill otlh r v g el.ttb , :'~i, coTI.P friil Thle process co nist:S of coohilm the." potato :Indl ldllhIa t llt,, Itilt flllt. tillld r re':I| eltI :,ilst I +11' l' ,h lO eli in:llate thi lll lli tnil " .111 ,I th. nutrimm it of tih p|ul to is rtau n, and it is ready to hr ea:itln i, th,,. fth state or it IllsV 1h1" Illistiolned iled served as n.she'ld puoitato. Th," :,I Vantage of hating the In tato etw 1'vt trated in this +':l, is obviots. It is con',ll nient for ti1 sporti, ll't i nrl , :Ia it (o0('t ir 1s nnlich Ie.ss 1 M lk :h1a : \\ i}t.hs Imuch less, :ial if not affected ht ,'+I d Missoula hats heetn selected :,s tlh site of thi, f tactory o.n :a((onati( of tIli high duality of the lIotl t,.Its .vonil- , DEATH OF HERON MAN SAD NEWS IN MISSOULA A tlh.granl rteliv 1 by Missall :1 friends 1 ldia't nitght ti ls of IIh dti.lh if E3:ll\ n il .I tt, w \Io s W: l -; . , n in Missoula., at Ih rn. 11nti., Inst evening. Mr. Knott \\was 4;1 yars .Idd lIi hlad t Ii t ill for ino e l tim , ai t his his itnll dli llt e f:Ititi hll\ I it. . , 'i Iii school la st sl prinh. , and I ls\. 'Ih. f BAND WILL PLAY FOR PIONEERS It harlh' s h t ir's n, l'ater of th: IissO Uil h':1.t h, :n11 ll, Ill:M lr tthtlt - OTRg illZati on \\ I 1 \ l a (.I r :t : It (1 w acl te vek yoh u"onert \lll h1,"e ,ollloslll fidentr ey Iu 1 \i.itinthe M11issoul piall tin d 1 h 11 e in 1 1 ther alosiit Overaturk. An teclss South, and 2oen Medlety, "h\wet- 411 tnths Ioice. era e... ., the.1M 11is Selection. clas i'sn , I a d11 arh[ rOan h llas t intl me ru 1| /n ise LO ST-I' PA 1l ,.l t ; I ": IS M Ihl I I h:: lll finder r .11ll1 to -1115 1:1t l whatever you have lost." The lady who lost the pack age of embroidery had con fidence in the Missoulian Sentinel class w d. a bility to find the finder of her lost work. And the class ad made good. On August 28th and 29th the above class ad appeared in the Missoulian - Sentinel and last night the package was left at this office. Remember, the Mi s soulian-Sentinel class ad covers the Western Mon tana field twice in 12 hours. At your service for 2-cents a word a day. Rates for seven days or longer. If you are in search of work a class ad in the Mis soulian-Sentinel will aid you, free of cost. AVIATOR FOR ARMI DASHED TO DEATH BY MACHINE LIEUTENANT MOSS L.. LOVE MEETS INSTANT END WHEN PLANE CRASHES TO EARTH. gr..i11 ·Jiii llI. :Ii ..r:t(l f ill set..tt -(triir "111 ti h . Iih' t (:11., fl l.. fe t. |,E r s,. l:iriii I.iv alrg, I . ti As, lll of Iit In sflt, r list. <1I aliledq toi stialy) ;viatihnl ai the Norl-th la t . ip. vii s f iti u : ti oti dn ntht r., lliy (th is rinl g lll w n the h f eroplanll wli ncil h he hlit, beeiniiti saiiinlgl .shot tol Illt, rFisl lll witl \ i bllilfl'ill \'e.lori't· y fromil I hit l h iih o i .ilib l li it 'l f Its e t.l Itiiit tlle 11 the officer" b,,1 \HS blro/tn ilI11 lii i kht l H < i-t li l'l '' ill three I . PORILAND.WOMAN IS RELEASED COAST OFFICERS ORDER MRS. CU'RSEY'S DISCHARGE, BUT SAy TO HOLD HUSBAND. l.lill t'llliall i w , I rl .i, l l fli li\t :11 7:35 \h .tu lH ilrielnl , "1 lia' w as ideai l, tilete bethil. sears f:1',I II\ : II.1 b .r z /.After 11('111 11 `,1 ',1 l 1(. 11111in ut ei..t t. lti i i ].Im itlr l IihI i ll 1.111 ill 1 ,1 , lh! \i 1it 1l" i xr, l ill litude i tll I h i' reach:d ai height ol A i L Tpl. "ltorel'. |1, hill offt til. Diaio r~l Jil cullphI ill till h s :'111i m i t'ill . W as" h:l1i '.:l fee' t from1 t eIIS Iailrth. ITheln h+!l~, bl , ·. (`il tl. (iS('l'll d , ] l jl Il li(lll~ll Hodi t ue11(' 1'1411(1 (.ll SO11li uneli lllir thip motloir1 wias tl ari Ilted. It al'.\ . Ihu0 miiach ine I k., :I ..hor to the. 11:illth, l ll~ilun lt L ive. miel ting dea( .1th : lh ,. 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I'II'*+.', \..h i .\;Is arrl' stid \\'.dtnieP - tht\i Ili!hl, (iiso 11 HI0 lor']ie'rs 1001"11 lN l'll:Miil, ,. lil lln , t ilnI ,'hit 0li1 hll' 1111$-I honl l w er \\ ,i \\iiii!,1 the'l'e frl" bti ninii lg l inl ll0\ IlIderI iall o }.1, r.' 1tell~tse A i' i'nll.P i.' stiil h,,l .\ il a t i "HIVi,.t .'%l 't I' 'inan I'elt h ilul. q ''. .1"11 i t i b1111 IIII of1 \\hi l' th e flp l! tllNlitiall lll'.s! T lil>) 11lll puri'lhaisled prol' t 1llll iil 16 lil , !ll't, im i \.bllll' lllel'l is still Idill $250 1 1 ''h!F iv :1 Illirtal' | IZ' ii i , I H l illth Svith li+llln , lillid flll. iIl 51-I~lihtients< ,,n (h10 l1.,I nl, hoii'l 0 lid w h, ', H ii . r. I' lirBA, m- li i n, . lissu Ibt liwll l!lt ,hi.'h li. took]. i ulll t heFll 10llill, ofl Mnillit , :is hie thatl h.i~u ril~ l1:1hel ll a. \.;., ihall' eq w i h f'illI tild. 11., lll,, thql eli tplaqi tlehn'i tqi, .1o tillil il, U.ll'Piher i Ie l illistv l .il w it lli :tl1iNi,, hln - 11114 I 11ll i ,. \\'5il'l m athlll .toinl h tili 1i11d tli+.' e,,oihl iaiy off Ihleirl" b .l, l .iI' ('1'. , ur ,,l e i tl tell ~i llli 11110 '1lt< 0t ol,. ~ ' (Ii\, w hll :td\i..#d hler |la of1'fi1 Ihe i il e artll i1,., e peh• i ndl, 11 1:11 I.1 att ll i0ill l t i. he lI \\ii' I'l+':il'v \\ h l ' "lt ,InI BIG PLANTING PROJECT UPON CABINET FOREST u" ll.' I l thel t I I i h l 'll t till iln O, I t'II lh iii l ll ii llM l , hlhi xl l 0 , ai'res , .. 1~ h pl:alted to yellohw pinl s ",illinl s ,1'ill lb the .il llu all, : l l li ,ild Ir nursll ,I"s. 'l'ih , rtl'fll to I i. lllel is l , i ica d in lh,. w i'elSt i ld if th, 'l lint d '," , ' ,' l gI oi. 11" ," t \\ ,l k, vx - !lw ltill. tr l gill lt ' lil l g I-I ,l llix p]ri a - i l S tIl, li.i r :, \ i'", xt x ]i l ) !I,' 1 till I,'. r, lluirl'ld ttr one mL n thill , 1h THE WEATHEER l'h," p x nx t'i rii h.h il the xtxilither i, i l.rd t\ ' h ill 11 i i ' dtl I l lo uit'. ( 1re .x gi ,u hll \x. it l ill ih, ihxlr.gli hl' i hias.. di ilt \h li ll t d reiordl \1:1In\n111111 S4 At. 6 A. M. 'T'hrril, ,metter I iiig l l r '1i. ill At 6 P. M. I lhriti li i leti1r. iar.,il t i,er 2G .ý 3 \V',,st wind. STOCK RANCH TO EXCHANGE lto liitproved MIi~tisiullt propierty. 141 antes plowi land, bitettweenl 400 alutill )ii are' s of glra, itg 1ttiti aI sn;ii ll iali ntitiy iof Ithi er'I lProlperty, ltied and has ta gooid water right. 1i lilhes frot ll Miss.l lll and 112 mileis f'ron Lolo. 1Good open range lid.jotling. A sphlendid opeining for ait dairy and stick ralnch. Price $12.G0 per W. H. SMEAD COMPANY igI Bloclit 13luek, Missoula, Monltana. Phonltte 212. MONEY At 8% To loan on improved city and farm property with extremely liberal privileges of repayment. Prompt acton. Price & Matthew Basement of Mentana Building. OF FOREST TIMBER MONTH'S SALES ARE GOOD FIRST DiVISION OF THE NEW FISCAL YEAR MAKES A GOOD RECORD. A report of the first month of the new fiscal Year of the forest Ser vice, which was received at the ocal headqutarters yesterday from \Vashing ton, gives some interesting figures con eriining timber r sales. If sucih figures (cluld he maintained throughout the ce.ar the bullsiness of the servicel would itla]e it iiaiyi times self-siupporting 'r'he records for the monthII show a total of 87,325,000 feet of green and .5,29,00I, feet of dead titllar sold, the vahte of the gree.n timbler being $206, X31.5., and the dead t!mbher, $4,436.68` The tirlmer sales we're distributed throughout the nati.onal forests as fol lows: Absarokla forest, $12.59; leartooth, $276; .(ea\' ,erhead, $190; fllackfeet, $3,000: (Cabinet, $5011: C(oeur d'Alene, $75; ('uster, $61.,44; Deer Iodge, $638; Flathead, $200,3201: (h5ilatit, $25: Heletna., $126; Jtefferson, $313.41; Lewis and Clark, $53; I.oI, $20; Madison, $464.73; Missoula, $377; Petnd d'I reille. $27:95, olwuay, $1,101.:8; Sioux, $227.89; St. Joe, $3,212.50. Total. $211. 2(11. T'heTheaters Isis. 'Ev ery body in Miissoula vwill have a y i'hancl'' to see the farnous New York s c;i:ilnts inll intliion tonight and tomorrow night mat the Isis theater. 4o Maniager Joithn J. M(ira'iw, who has - piloted Inully" chamipionship organizra tilns retlll'sieliting Ne. York in the a National league, is lit aftier the third im lttnsecutive pennalli land, as usual, ll ' ristY .1Mathewl son, til pre tier pitch lr, ha.is eIli an i llllrtnpItIll factor' ill to plaingi tllhe' lialnti in the lhead. Rt i.ithi iof thlese baseball cellebritites lake ltivie pIat\ In this Klillen two Ieel play uni th len tit' i'r limpiit!on e:tllti is seit in svet'ral Htspecita ular 1inieS. 'l'The opening scetes w\''e proditiedeI ldu'iig the training sits son ait Miarlin, ']'t'xas, and others i\twre maide on thel tl'lllaois New\\' York Iolo g t unlllll s, where aRlliy peninants ihave bl' e tI.ll Li)l--iandt blisa lall hisiitory tial' nd lini a smallt iiitii \wheliir. minioi r leagiui, gai i oif f'rs ' till entertailling c alji(llsl' t to tlhe 1 skill i l' the Natitiiiii league llieaders. Thle entire NIelll , York cnit'n. Ilst) Miss lary Iiountof, HaIrry l iiullaide and other Kl(lie sta:i's appiile;ila ill the piro- - auction wiii iih It only i alboinitds with thrills, hut i uetlitaiis \\u-alth oif 'ollie- I ity. 'T'wit other diido i l pi"ltures will also If , shi Wilo lits lking four reels of ilr' - i hire's ltuiiglut. lp Bijou. A Missmiila uiit'lt'nces suri ly like good., 'lea:i va'ittd'iev llle l i , \\:t v the Hlijiou tli is .b lilg lptllro iizd. lThe bill which I opel d last tightl i iillrises three of u t thl lii' tst l als ver given tllh MIs Sd i: pubhlic'. \\'iats ld Luca's are solle fine d n ers Illllltn' i ball ts. Theih 'onll ortill ts ire truilly WOnlderfui I ti al tt fitl ' sil ' i te-crowl i lllti'e l i rilt In lThese people are ' Ini rop'u s, ut Ire sent tlt Eniiglish dlancing which nmeelts i 1 ith imuch applausellli . I )ick Richa1 h rds, 1 thIi (lGermunl coimediniil, hits a intio l d lt'l l tiif the vivery st kilti, Thei T i )i trioi is tlilikitig siale hi g hits t\ Ilh their ipopulari singing. A m'% li t lpicture program Wiii\ill he shlmnn today. It includes ia dandy ll l il Igr h S tt illi e Ih twit reels, .e titled, "'The L, ist ArtI of Minding (ii s un it\n .tlsiness.. 'The dram. i cl offering is ']h- Hirt." A' tth itil flirt is tauight aI lii' c Ih- I ieede lessolll by h1rl" lsh:lid. tShe :Iand a l vo-Willing vic Rilln t ir''" sh iwn \lt th ' r ltn' of th ir twain n illlforcedl' to :Ws koit.wl edge their illistakies. "The Ii hirt'' is i deliglitful V\itigrapllu dramia t litn w hih iorlithy Kelly. the iloular sn ;lactrss, is featured. The Bljou or ch!.strl has i sp lle ltd ttusical ipro t, i. tiulnd a hlottter i iltd lie neir showlti htis Wieer teen givieni lissouilal beforel ' Empress. ' .The' fortunes of ii Young gallant andtlt his lady l.r. in the dal s of Louis XIV of IPr' unce' is :1 thrilling tale told iin "A \tWard't of thel King," 'Constanceli't ill \'allion inherltits a large forltune i hich is irt tll•tle uissignei d by thel king to a loithsomie courtier through t a: proposl'ilsl maririage w'ith the aIdy. Her lover, hliowever, determines to, flout the autholirity of the king and is suc'cessful in resctlt.g his swee'theartr trtn the royal 'escort. 'They reach i the sit cliosely pursiued lby the soldiers, aniild liput off thead of them in a snmall blut. At sea they are lpicked ill by " ii ship houndtl for the newV w'orl, The shilp is wrecked but the lovers are Ituckt'y In cthoosing ii piece otf wreckage t thatl finds its wayit ashore. They liandtl only its fall amongi saivage Itndians, who tlhre'aten to kill thliemn. Again they ire siivted, this time lby the Ingetnuity of theii girl. Their life frtom then on Is prospierous and hallppy with never a 'regret' it l'eavintg their native countnlry. ID'til gi ariound with i gtroucth. you're sre at 'youirself and everyotne else takie IlollIster's It. 1. Tea,. you'll I be hiaplpy, goodt-natured and likable SGeorge , reistheitter.-Adv, LOCAL BREVITIES Magazines, Smoke House, E. Cedar. -Adv." Herman Kohn made a business trip to Butte yesterday. Best Montana coal, $6.50 per ton. M. R. C. Smith, Montana bldg. -Adv. Sam Welch of Iron Mountain spent the day in Missoula. Dr. Willard, osteopath. First Na tional bank.-Adv. Mrs. Lual:ln of Ravalli was a guest in Missoula yesterday. Marsh, the undertaker; phone 321. Adv. S. M. Bateman of Ravalli had busi ness in Missoula yesterday. Popular music, latest hits, 10c. Orvis Music House.-Adv. W. C. Harlan of Hamilton is a vis itor in Missoula this week. Judge ~uncan Is in Thompson Falls for a few days trying two cases there. Dr. Ward, veterinarian. Both phones -Adv. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Wahl returned yesterday from a short visit in Deer L.odge. Mrs. A. Naylor, 111 Mount avenue, and her son leave this Iiorning for ('hicago. Popular music, latest hits, 10c. Orvis Music liouse.-Adv. George A. Belding of Great Falls c'alled on acquaintances in Missoula yesterday. Attorney C'. H. Rentn of Grent Palls spent the day on business in Missoula. Sani-Flush and clean-a-tub for sale by Kennedy, the plumber.-Adv. Miss Anabel Ross is enjoying a two weeks' vacation from her duties in the postoffice. Mrs. Earl Baird has r,.turned from Albion, Mich., where she was called by the death of an aunt. Dr. Anna James, osteopath, Higgins block. Phone 834 black.-Adv. Miss Lina Anderson has accepted a position as saleswoman on the second floor of the Donohue store. George Armitage, a senior in the university, arrived yesterday from his horne in Btillings for the coming school year. Money to loan on improved farms. Slasscock & Morrell.-Adv. Charles A. Bailly of Calgary, Canada, 's in Missoula visiting his bIrother Ray Bailly, of the Missoula Mercantile store. Miss Fadie Shafer and Miss Lillian Longfelt have gone to c'heney, Wash., where they will attend the normal school. Dr. Louise Smith, osteopath, Ma sonic temple. Phone 618; res. 533 red. -Adv. William Morrow of [F'rt Benton is a visitor in the city attending the meeting of the Society of Montana Pioneers. Mr. adl Mrs. J. O. I;ted of Hamil ton were in Missoula a short time yes terday while on their way to St. Mauries, Idaho. Popular music, latest hits, 10c. Orvis Music ]louse.-Adv R. J. Dee, traveling frelight and pas senger agent for the Norther'n Pacific Railway company, called on local mer chants yesterday. Newton I. Schwelker, optical ape lalist. Rooms 203-205 Montana blk -Adv. (uy HIlerrick, who hats been ill in St. Patrick's hospital or the last iI daysl , retulrned yesterdl:\> t his homte on the south sidet of thit city. Stenographer Dawson, Montana Blk. --Adv. Miss Julia t'ran and Miss Lizzie Morrow of Fort tHillnt l are visiting at the home of iMrs. Hattle B. Murray, 108 ('oneill avento. Money to loan on ranch and city property. H. D. Fisher, 113 E. Main. Adv. Roscoe Smith, distributing clerk in the Ipostoftfict, lft , esterday for Sanl Diego, where he has a similar position In the ipostoffice ther,. Mrs. E. S. Paxson, ael daughter, Miss I.ella Paxson, w-ill arr!v\e homne tonior ro\\ after spendinig I .\o months with friends at Mcdford, ere. New touring cars for rent, $2.50 per hour; $15 per day. Ind. phone, 2272. \dv. Mrs. Tylar R. TIh mpson and Miss lerrtrude Sloanet hIa,, gone to Cleve land, (thiio. where .1it< Sloane will en ter a hospital for a short time. W. A. Mayn, civil ungineer, returned to Missoula yeste rtlal after being for sone weeks at SIhsrhIan, WVyo., sup 'rintending a luirg I, iv\ing contract. 4ihld Jordan whisk), eight years old. Solomont's litquor store. Bell 57, Ind. 594.--Adv. Miss Bernice 1'anchtlt of the Dono hue store has gone to Seattle for it two weelks' vacatin. She will visit with her mothelr, whio resides there. Irvin Shope. 13 years old and ai ntphet.ltw of Mrs. \\, W\. Wickes, was operated iupon for appitndicitis yester day inlrning at St. Patrick's hospital. Handy scratch pads and waiter hecks for sale at The Missoulian of rice.-Adv. Mrs. Ed Bass of Stevensville and Mrs. W. 11. Hi. l)ickinson of th!s city are guests in tlih hmeln of Mrs. 1". BIrooks during the Pioneers' conven tion. Taylor & Pearsoin. \\ell known real ,Istate fillll, yesterday announced the .ite of tlhe Charles Maott house, 1010 South 'lThird street, Io Mrs. Mary Ash mead. Miss McMenus, dressmaking. Even ng gowns a specialty. 405 Montana -dock. Bell phone. 581.-Adv. Mrs. J. G. INlorte :Ind son John, of Spokane are in Missoula on their way to St. Paul to visit relatives. They were guests of Mrs. T. J. Walter ukirchiian. Mrs. Arthur .ove,. has been re noved fromn St. Patrick's hospital to her hut II1 on Pinl street. She is slightly better .thoulgh not yet recov Bred fromti her illness Miss Ptauline Murllphy has arrived "rotl I'l.lrsnll, ('al., to take the position In the dry goods department of the .\Missollia Mercanltile store mallde va cant by the resignation of Mrs. Kath erine Osborne C'ordz. Miss Murphy is making her home with Miss Estelle Smith, also of the Missoula Mercantile store. Miss Loretta St. Germain is camp ing with a party of friends at Lake McDonald. She will return to take up her work as teacher in the school at Grass Valley next Monday. Dr. Riesland, the well-known eye sight specialist, will he at the Pa'ace hotel, professionally, geptember 21 to 28. Don't fail to see him.-Ad\'. Miss Diana ITllne has returned from a vacation visit at her home in Dell Rapids, S. D. She is a guest in the home of Miss Bessie Rhoades until Craig hall opens at the university. Mrs. A. L. Avery has returned from Tacoma, Wash., where she has been visiting friends for several weeks. The change of climate and scene has been of great benefit to Mrs. Avery's health. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. i. H. Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. Ans ley of Chicago, Miss Charlene Clarke and Clande Clarke and Matt Lucy re turned yesterday from a week's outing at Medicine Springs. I). M. Phelan of New York city has arrived in Missoula with his family and has purchased a home on South Third street. Mr. Phelan is a con tractor and l¶'lilder and has been en gaged in that business in New York city. Misa Verna Arnold and Miss Sue Arnold of Butte are guests for the week of their sister Mrs. 0. W. Craven, who has been living In the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Harris on Gerald avenue during the summer months. Tile Misses Arnold have just com pleted a tour of Glacier park. Miss Nellie ('raven came into Mis soula yesterday from Lothrop, where she has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Charles Malloch. Miss ('raven has been for two years taking the nurse's training course in the deaconess hos pital at Bozeman and now after a short stay with her sister, Mrs. Leon ard Daligle In this ctiy, she will go for further training in the deaconess hos pital at Great Falls. COMIMISSIONERS AUDIT CLAIMS. The county cofmmissioners are mtak ing the regular quarterly allowance of claims against the county. Warrants to cover these bills will be ready in about a week. Baby's skin will be soft, fair and smooth if given Hollister's R. M. Tea once a week; cleanses the stomach, purifies the blood. George Freisheim or.-Adv. NO TIME WASTED Prompt Action Is Pleasing Many Mis soula Citizens. Get down to the cause of everything. Bad backs are frequently caused by weak kidneys. Help the kidneys to get rid of kid ney backache. Doan's Kidney pills are for the kid neys only. No time wasted trying to cure other troubles. Missoula people endorse their merit. Mrs. C. M. Cates, 818 Grand Ave., Missoula, Mont., says: "One of my family complained quite awhile of ai severe pain across the small of the back and rheumatic twinges through - his shoulders and arms. Someonesug gested Doan's Kidney Pills and they I were used. It was but a short time before they brought relief. Since then whenever Doan's Kidney Pills have been used, they have acted as a tonic to the kidne.ys." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Rtemlembl.er the name--Doan's-anO take no other.--Adv. Missoula Theater Tuesday, Sept. 9 Billy "Single" CLIFFORD Offers the Merriest Riot of Mirth and Melody "BELIEVE ME" Presented in Elaborate Style by The Inimitable Billy And a Clever Cast of Metropolitan Comedians, Singers and Dancers WHO CAN Sing, Dance and Delight Costumes Magnificent, Scenery Gorgeous, Electrical Effects Marvelous PRICES 50¢ TO $1.00 Seat Sale Monday MOVIES BY ELECTRICITY Generated by Auto Exhibiting 6,000 feet of steady films. Features and Comedies Paradise ................Every Thursday Dixon.......................... Every Friday St. Ignatius...... Saturday, Sunday Camas Hot Springs..........Tuesday Green Springs ..............Wednesday Breaking Into the Big Here It Is League. The Kalem two-part fea ture of Big League base ball. The stars of the dia mond shown as they are. Tonight and Saturday See "Muggsy" McGraw, Christy Mathewson, Chief Myers, Rube Marquard and all the New York team. Part of this picture was taken in training camp and the camera was oh the diamond. See Mathewson's curves. Four cameras were in use when-the picture was finished on Polo grounds, New York. The games, the comedy and the whole picture is the greatest shown this season. Remember we have it for two days only. 4 Reels-4 On This Pirograpn Louis Flo. La Badie Louis Two XIV and Beauti Period_ James Cruze lul Reels "A Spectacular Production in Two Parts" 'The Ward of the King" This beautiful romantic story takes you back to the time of Louis XIV, when a noble could not antracl t marriage \\ithout the royal con sent. The story is handled in a very able manner by vlo 1alundle and Janmes ruZe. "One-Round O'Brien's Flirtation" A very amusing farce comedy, with lred Mace in the leading role. Miss Svea Haligren Singing "When I Dream of You" Empress Pipe Organ and Concert Orchestra Matinee New Daily Show 2 to 5 urnrt nouSE or' coMFroir- Daily WELCOME Prices PIONEERS Thursday, Fri B JOU day and Satur Adults, 15c B IJO day. Adults, 5 Matinee 2 p. m. Children, 10c THEATER Saturday. Just Like Home VAUDEVILLE Something New, Novel and Up to Date. WATTS an? LUCAS Comedy singing and dancing, an European novelty act. Acrobats - Contortionists - The Scarecrow Dance Madge Lucas, the orig- By Special Request inal India Rubber Girl, The Taylor Trio \Will Ie featured all of this week is featured on this bill. n . . o .o their catth MR. DICK RICHARI)S The German Professor-Comedian, will be a third act during this week. , Entire Change of Photoplays The Biggest of All Two Reel Comedies "THE REFORMERS" Or the Lost Art of Minding One's Own Business It's a Biograph and a Scream The Flirt Bijou Orchestra A Vitagraph. with Dorothy Ke-y i. , .len.id le:ad. The Pride of Missoula Always the Best Kind of Entertainment at the Bijou I F. A. Mix & Sons Everything Electrical GROCERS J. A. CAVENDER Wood, Hay, Crain and 318 Higgins AvenE Provisions Bell 528-B Ind. 1602 IIHENLEY,EIGEMIAN & CO. FOR GOOD SODA WATER Export Bohemianl Beer. GROCERS Winesr. iquour sand Cigars. 115 Higgins Avenue Order from: Bell Phlone 87; Ind. P'hone 474. J. E. POWER The best of Everything in the Market. Missoula, Montana.