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STATEMENT OF , CHIEF NEWSPAPER SOLICITOR INSISTS THAT HE WAS HELD UP SAT URDAY MORNING. Night Chief McDonald's printed statement that E. A. RoYcroft framed up a holdup story is nothing more or less than all atteplllt to cover up neglect of official duty, according to Roycroft himself. Earlty Saturday morning Roycroft, who is a newspaper solicitor, reported to the police that he had heen stopped near the Independ ent Telephone col.mpanyl's oft'fie ty a, highwayman with a gun w-hio Inade away with everything which his vic tim possessed. Saturday night Night C'hief McDonald told Thie Missoulian that the holdup was a fake and that he had evidenlce of the fact. "If Roy croft wants that evidence, hie ian have it.' said the chief. The re.port of Mr. McDonald was printed in The Missoulian and yester day Roycroft catmle hack with an in dignant denial of the charge, blaming the police for not attempting to help him. "That story Mclt)Donald gave you this morning is a lie," said Roycroft last night "Just 1Ie'ause he folunld out that tI ,orrowed a dollar earliier in the evenilng ih says that I wasn't heild iup at all I did lorrow a dollar to go to a danice, hlut I had slnlome of thi company's uiiiiey in mV pocket all the timte. I never touch'l thle 'compn iny'i money for my ow\\ni useI1, so I hail t horrow the dollar. "As a matter of fact McDonald never took a hit of interest in the case. Just as soon as I had been held up I went to the police station and told about it. They wouldn't believe nme there. There were two or three policemen sitting in the station, but none of them would come with me \when I offered to show them where the holdup took place. They didn't want to have any thing to do with the case. A night watchman did go around the corner, but an hour afterward the officer oni the beat hadn't even heard about the holdup. "I'm only a working man, hut it seems to me that the police might at least have acted as if they were in terested. McDonald says that he has some more evidence to show that I wasn't held up. I went to him today and asked him to tell me what that evidence was. I offered to go anY where with him. hut lie wouldn't say a word. If he has anuy more evidence let him come out with it. I'in in terested. Anyhow, I was held up and anyone who says I wasl't lies." IS IT FAIR. The residents of South First, See ond and Third streets south, just west of the B3itter Root tracks, have been molested with a drove of loose horses for the past two weeks. The city herder has been notified on three ot' casionts and picked thPI lip, but tit' horses come hack oil ealch follow\'llling nilght. Most of the horses have been taken care of, but there is a spotted pony, the property of ('ity Herder Pasley, which contitnues to pasture on our front lawns. (tur gardens have already been destroyed and the lawns are our only remnailning tpride, and we protest at their destruction. Since the city herder w\till not keep his ownm1 horses away, we are at a loss to knllo where our redress is 'oinmlinig from, A VIC'TIM. Missoula, S'eptemnlber 20, 1913. FUNERAL IS TOMORROW OF JEANNE LAMBERI The funeral services for Miss Jeannel Lambert, who died alter a suddein Ill ness Saturday night, will be held at S o'clock tomorrow morning 'fromi St. Francis Xavier's church. Miss lam bert is sitr\'ived by three sisters. Mrs. :Deutz of Minneapolis; Miss Julia Lambert, St. Paul, anid M1iss Anna Lambert, ,issoula, anid four r.,tht'ers. Jules, Minot, N. I.; Leon, Manila; Georget and Louis, St. Paul She had lived in Missoula for a year, her fr mer home being in St. Paul. THE WEATHER Consider the erliiUinox. Yesterday's weather may he .asily placed as a day belonging ini that periodtl. It started warm and pleiasanlt, but "broke" in mid-afternlon l \ith a high wind and threatening raiil.llHds that did drip a little, registering a trace of precipitation on the rain gauge. Following are the weather obserltr 'a figures: Maximum ....... 7.. Minimum . . 3 At 6 a. m. Thermlometer Barometer .. . At 6 p. r.. Thermlometter ...... . 4 Barometer .. 2;.44 WVest wind. Rainfall, li.. For Trade in Hammond Addition A new, 'strictly modern nine room house. First-class in every. respect; garage, shrubbery, bear ing fruit; two lots on improved street. We will accept in part payment for this property a smaller house, well located, that is rentable, and give long time on bal an(ce. W. H. Smead Company Higgina Block, Missoula, Montana. Phone 212. SMEN FROM SPOKANE TO BE GUESTS IN CITY MERCHANTS OF INLAND EMPIRE CITY W'LL BE ENTERTAINED HERE TOMORROW. , Sevnty inhembters of the Spokane SMertIchants' ass-iation, who are ion 11n 'excrsitoi t get atfuainteil with hibusiness .l en in Idaho and westrn Montana, ~i HI he in Missoula toIlm or r rlow tevening. The cthambter of ,oni t t-rse has arrangetd a smioker in the Elts' lodget'rt,,tms and has invited the i "ri'hantts of the city to meet them. e 'The ent rtainmnllt begins at S o'clock. There will be an informal asnoker gillh. ilng, Illilch, :111 Slllome formll ('11n tortainmlilllt pro.\lded. Secretary FrI' t - sll i.s allinls that, as a mlllitter of Scourttesy, the gath'ring of Missiula Snlerchanilts lte a ltarge one. ThO SIpkane thlen are traveling in l speciarl train, stolpping at the larger - towns ietveen h lere and the iilltlan 'lllm ire city. Fron Mi'ssoutla f they will return, going l y wal y of Wallace andil p the (iiot r (i' Aloei s. MII-O-NA FIRST AID TO SICK STOMACHS I 1i ,.iiress af', r t .:f ting, belching of tgas and unldh.ested food, that tnnmp It o leadt fteel!nl i then ilisti i , i tit - itd tisitt ache, biliousness and ltik oif e(lnerg ire warn\i ing signalst . Ntlow- at t 'onc1 - 5 Is tili tim t thio take ltprrcalti l ntlld n h it tol ths distress. o Mit-i-na Stutmah Ta' blets is thea k remedy. (lOl a fifty-icent llx todal y. - Their action Is sa.e' , g'fectiveg a]d 't immediate. Resides surerl al quick r, ly stopping the distress, Mi-o-na t soothes tihe irritated walls of tihe e stomach and strengthens the gastric tglands so tht they pour out their It daily supply of digestive materials, t causing prompt digestion and assimn Silation of thei food. Thien the entire system is piroperlt y nouhr.ished. I Ml-ai-na is noit an isperiment'. It tie, not T cure-alt . Il t is a scientifiic lthing-- it -orf-iolder s.a lhs. Alwaays ? have Mlil-u-a iindy at home or e traveling. 11i-,-nt is alwtays sold on the ;1 mini, bads if not hendited plan. Ge rge r 'reish<ililer alld ruiggists ,.verywh rr-,--Adv. UNKNOWN DYNAMITER THREATENS CHURCH d Los ,Angeles, Sept. 21.- St. Vivian's r humanll 'atholie cathedral was guard n ed today by pol e against its threat Ined destruction Iby dynamite. is Te unniund writer of a letter, an 'e ull(ncilg that he had male the at tempt recently (n the life of General p Harrison gray Otis, said that he would s visit the cathedral today. lhe de ig lared that he might, if so inclined, blow uip the building. Thei, he said, he might visit the Los Angeles 'PlTimes building, erected on the ground where the old Times Iuildihg was destroyed by dynamite three years ago. The Theaters At the Bijou. It is difficult to p.lk the feature of the six stellar specialties at thie pop ular lijout theater. The Hloward and Esher people have a singinlg, dancllnig and talkinig Ilaylet entitled "My 'Friend in l'olitlcs" that is a scrteamr of laugihter. 'T'hen there are 'Iroxell andl Wintichel, 'lever Irish comtedians, with a world oif good-ntatutred fun. (Itt the lHijoustopett we find the biggest of all iticomedies, greateir Ceven than the "RIegi Inrlt of Two," entitled "When Women (. o l the Warpath." It's a V'itagralh it two full reels and Iproves conctlu sively that womelttn, if they ctihoose, Imay tlro'(In t astll ters of allllmost all.y situa titt. Everybody is goilng to laugh for t week. The other is i zoology pie trie in natulral colors. A very mlllUS ing iincidelnt is shown when the tl(ter attacks tin eel. In Ithe Abruzzi Italy, also has the charmi of color pihotog raphy. It deals with ia section of sunny Italy which is fttllamous for nmag nifiicenit scenery. Industlries are also shown. The film closes with a dis play of very original ideas inll hair drl'ssitg. W\e cannltot fail to call at tettion toi the lhijou torchestra, for it has selected a I clluSioll program for today that will carry everytonte off l iltir fee't. Empress. 'Today the Empre1Ilss will present. ill two parts. "The Heritag(' o" Eve," it strong ].ronchth production, an un nnall and interesting drtiatict sub j'ict that is )bound ti i plts). the tmost dis'rrittinlaing. Anotther splendid dra I rnellit' l is a story Wtveitl 'larouad tihe trelltendous sHurifiteP loaild(' by It ]]a firt tiihe wvoman ihe lives. It is ei rtitled "When the Worm' Turns," and will be ait strong addition to the program of fel'd this iafternoon and ev'etlling. A delightful oimisical program with lIty leda'lf'' 'nI theilt pipe lorgan ant d ilthe I'. .11 ess 'con ert otrchestra fills I1ti the bill. Tomorrow will he showin iOt Mutual \VWeklly, depicting 7i timely iand itterestiig evenits haltppeningg throutg'ihout the world. Lazy livers, had stomachs, constipa tion. dyspepsia, bhad breath, head aches, sallow complexion, promptly re lieved by Hollister's R. M. Tea. 35c. George Freisheimer.-Ad'v. FESTIVAL OF FISH WILL BE HELD TONIGHT MISSOULA ANGLERS TO STAGE ANNUAL TROUT BANQUET THIS EVENING. There will Ih no1 dilfinllity now in feedintg the dinetrs at the annual angtlers' chlub anquet R hic'h will be held in the Elkls' tenl.he this evening. Yesterday was a fruitful day and the returning lishertl en I.rllght in all the trout that .were nteeded to complete ithe iatllqlet metlln. A parity tmtade up of WV. I'. l.lhrecht, ('harlie lHart, War ( re ll 1ho 1.p, C. 1:. Johnson and Frank I Smith slr-t the day at 'ottonwood, Sin the Ila'ckfo.ot country, t tlid brought in the. h'est ,'tilh o'f all the dontatItons that haltie (.o1i' to th' blllanquet corn miltee through the tt'teek. Another Wal('ome cI',. trit ' lltioI \\Vns a hull trout t I tweighin'g six itl a half pounds, sent lit by JIoe' lorin.e of "'lfthmpsoll Falls. ('iateror CharleI's ehrF it has every thing rtedy i r othe haliinet but put thjllt lt.(' I ` t I' t~lt . )lit . llt lllt ai hl st Illt tinh tht- tronlt on the stove. Elaborate tldecorationis have I. iieen hungII ill tlhe din hig rtmt .aid tl t t ll tabl is eatldy with 1G 1 ' chai rs It tlt:i)ttd it. BURNS PROVE FATAL. St. Paul, Seplt. 21.- -.lames (',nnelly. 1 Ili ; as seriliot slyl II (,urne du(ring " the 1 -r,, P'rhlllug , Milanutftal tll ring ('eon I'an.} I'rt' 1: st night, died ill a hospl tal lad ay. otur other men, injured +hilte r'escui) 1\uniw n and girls from the blrning Strultrte, wili recover. LANE IS MUCH BETTER AND LEAVES BERKELEY San Francisco, Sept. 21.--Secretary of tilth Inlterior Franklin K. Lane, who has been ill since September i in Berkeley, left today for Carmel, Cal., accomplanied by his family and irother, I r. F1rederie Lane. The see- I retary was t- uch improved in health alll less uneII silness as to his ('ondition was felt by his relatlves than at any other time since he collapsed while reviewing the Admission day parade in I takland. According to. present pllans, Setre tary Ia'e will Ienjoy conplett rest for another week and will leave for thl' eatr Septemhllor ,0. NEW NEGRO RELIGION CALLS WHITE WOMEN .Los Anglleh.s, Selit. 21. -The exist 'nce of a nltegro reli gious sect was called ti the attention of the police to 5 ]tight. It was said that most of their converts werv,' White women. Miss Ie(ssi.( Milltr, a white w'olnman, 20 yeattrs of age, had becomlle a resi -den't of the Micolony, atcc'('rding to colrn I-'llint made byiv her brothers, E. A. and I '. I). Miller, jewelers. The poli'ev went to the house, b)ut erel hat't' d from adminttance. 'rile Miller brothers declured they I, would bring the case before the courts l PRINCESS DEAF AND DUMB. Mancllhester, Enlgltantd, Sept. 21.- Itla;tives of) the utleetn of Spalill have - iteel sllhocked byI.i the news that the se'ond tldaughtetr of the queen, like her son, will hIe both deaf and dIl)umb, says the Mancheste.r lUtarldian. It is feared that the little Slpanish princess is to tally deaft and Illlltess this (atll be cor Lreted .she prohably will never le able f to Slitpeak.l Getting a Girl HELP WANTED FEMALE. WVANTED EXPERIENCED 'llllhambermaid; wages $40 a monllth. Shalpard hotel. The same day the above Missoulian-Sen tinel class ad appeared it was answered by a girl who went to work for the Shapard hotel as a chambermaid. There was no delay in the ap plication. The class ad found a desirable appli cant for a good position and it did its work with usual promptness and efficiency. If you need a girl, you have but to remember that folks looking for work read the classified columns of The Missou lian-Sentinel each day. If you are out of work and seeking employment The Missoulian-Sentinel will print your class ad free of cost. At your service for 2 cents a word a day. Rates for seven days or longer. LOCAL BREVITIES Magazines, Smoke House, E. Cedar. -Adv. George Cooper of DeBorgia was in M issoula Yesterday. "'Till Sands of Desert," 10c. Orvis. -Adv. C. L. Longwell of Hamilton spent yesterday in Missoula. Mtoney to loan. Mclntosh & Fisher. - Adv. Mr. and Mrs. L. Typin of Haugan are spending a few days in the city. Best Montana coal, $6.50 per ton. M. R. C. Smith, Montana, bldg.-Adv. Mr. and Mrs. D. Bilcher of S(tevens Mille are in the city for a short stay. "31" whisky, guaranteed 14 years old. Yerrick's, 121 W. Front.-Adv. William Johnson, who hails from San Diego, ('atl., is enjoying a visit inl this city. Dr. Willard, osteopath. First Na tional bank.-Adv. Among the visitors In the city to spend Sunday was Arthur J. Tompkllins of Seattle. Popular music 10c. Orvis music h'sý. --Adv. George E. Sm!thson of Salt ILake is attending to Ibusiness matters itn the Garden city. Marsh, the undertaker; phone 321. Adv. Joe Ga'lagher, car distributor of the Northern Pacific, spent yesterday fish ing at Irock creek. Dr. WVard, veterinarian. Botth phones. -Adv. Paul Dornblaser will stend the week at Helena. lie has la position with the state fair manlagement. I,atest ":its" in music 10e at Orvis'. --Adv. William H.. Braun of New York is spending a few days in thti city on business for a wagon firm. Sani-Flush and clean-a-tub for sale by Kennedy, the plumber.-Adv. W. B. Cravath of the Northern Pa cific passenger department in Butte visited the local offices yesterday. Dr. Ainna James. osteopath, Higgins block. Phone 834 black.-Adv. N. Pat KelleM and Arthur Tuchscher er motored out to the Deschamps ranch il Grass Valley and spenlt yesterday. "Trail Lonesome Pine" 10c, Orvis'. Adv. Telegrams received at the university from President ('raighead, say that he will return this week, prllably on \Vednesday. Dr. Louise Smith, osteopath, Ma sonic temple. Phone 618; res. 533 red. -Adv. Newton H. Schweiker, optical spe eialist. Rooms 203-205 Montana blk. -Adv. Miss Anne Bond of Spokane stopped in the city yesterday on her way to attend the suffrage meeting in Butte ion Tuesday. Stenographer Dawson, Montana blk. -Adv. All late poplular music 10c. Orvis Adv. Fred Wallingford and tHenry Thomas of Colnumbia Fills were in thle city yesterdaiy while o thleir \\way by aulto mobile to Heliena. Moiney to loan on ranch and city property. I1. Ir. F'isher, 113 F1. Main. -Adv. Borrow money and pay it back in monthly installments. See George F. Brooks, Missoula.-Adv. Mrs. D. F'. Lr.. who has heen spending the sunimner with friends in the Bitter IIoot, retturns this mornlilng to her hiollle in tlendil, Ore. New touring cars for rent, $2.50 per hour; $15 per day. Bell phone 523. Adv. Arthur N. Davis, an abstractor of Butte and a formler resident of Mis soula, has Ioitn slpending a couple of days at his rilnch up the Rattlesnake. The Missoulian Ihas the best du pllcuating sec(ond sthiets for' letters. t $1.00 per 1000.-Adv. Mr. and Mrs. ('. 11. Reartdon are in the city on their way from New Brunswick to Victoria. While here they are guests of Mr. Rleardon's brother Fred. Handy scratch pads and waiter checks for sale at The Missoullan of fice.-Adv. Dispatcher (lleirge, Pring of the Niorthern PI'acifl' is laying off oil ac coullit of lllle.ss in his familly. He is relievetd by ManIaigur Schlinl of the olperating office. Sloney)' to hlitl at 8 .ier cent on ranch and city rI,,perty, with privleges. Price & Matthemw, Mont. Blk. basement. -Adv. C. F'. Carsin of Akron, Ohio, arrived in lthi city sterday.il He will go to lHamilton this nl)rnling for a short visit withl friendts and then on to tile Pacitfic' coaiist. Don't lliss thet freet lecture by J. F. EIliersoil, "'leyoiidI tihe Grave," at K. of P. hall 'l'usdt l,uv s.ening, Sept. 23, at 8 o'clot'k.--.d\. Dr, uilltclius, \William Perry, Bert McNeil, S(.'org.' Ilirnttt, Julius Hasley indll T'..s. odltll\ u'altoe iup froim Ana cotiil yt'st'tl:irdo uinlr ting to partici plte in the .S.ugl rs' elub fly-casting h)Vl'cn in Itutt, stilt at the Acomna, a quiet r.,st hllte in the city's center. Broadway and W',yomnlillg. Rooms $1.00 a day and ul.---Adl'v. Ticket sale's i IHlionn on the special state fair rate if onu regular fare for theli roundt trip, cintinued to be brisk I vesterday. lFrouimu inquitries received at the ticket ouffict., it is thought that the sales for the \\eck \ill pet a new record. Dr. Riesland, the well-known eye sight spcialist, is ntiw at the Palace hotel, turofessiina tly. to remain till Seltl. 20. Doli't fail toi see hin.--Ady. Pat McCartIl hy and Arthur Tutchscher er of AtniauttiIdtl aIre spending the vweekl lt the Sigina Clii holuse. Mr. MC Cartbhy is a fo'lrliler university student. 11It ixhtects ti leave In a week for ChicaLgo silt rn' lit' will enter ,Rush tmedical ('oillge. ALMOST KILLED. Etanme's. Frin t', Sept. 21.--The noleud Il'rench iltsitltor, Hltnri Flrialln, Ihid a tiarrus escape from death to-' ,La ,, I T5151 L h , ,a/J. Drink Schlit z in Brown Bottles / Read what two eminent scien tists have to say about light and its effect on beer in light glass 'bottles. "In recent years the observation has been made that the rays of sunlight effect a chemical change tin beer. For this reason the use of ' beer bottles blown from colorless glass is diminishing, bottles blown from colored glass being chosen; the amber colored bottles, which, when held towards the light, show the color of light beer, are particularly to be recommended." Extract from Die Praxis der Bierbraukunde. Published by G. E. Habich, 1883-page 786. "It appears that chemical changes are produced in the beer, which attains an exceedingly unpleasant taste and a disagreeable odor." Extract from Letters on Bre'wing (Vol. 5) published by Hantke's Brewers' School and Laboratories. Dr. G. Thevenot. Schlitz, when poured into your . glass, is wholesome and pure as a crystal spring. See that crown or cork is branded "Schlitz." Telephones: lndependent 1718 Los Angeles Wine House Pat. Callahan, Proprietor 52 Isi W. Main St. te Missoula, Mont. The Beer ThatMade Milwaukee Famou& day. His wife was with him in his aeroplane, which when at a height of 100 feet, was seen suddenly to dart toward the earth. The machine struck with great force. F'arman, although rendered unlcontscious, suffered a sei ous injury of the leg and his wife's allll \waS Ifractured. BULGARS CONTRADICT STORIES OF GREEKS S(fia, Sept. 21.---Th-'e reek conten tion that Slpiro Suradjieff, one of the wealthiest BIulgarian merchants in Saloniki, died of cholera is officially denied here, the clahn being made that he was placed in the cholera detention camp after having been stoned. This, it is charged, was done to remove all signs of the outrage. BIulgarians as sert that this Irocetdure is commonito with the Greek authorities, whose oh ject is the extermination of all Bul garians, especially those of wealth and education. Officials inl Sofia make the further charge that 2,500 Bulgarians atre dying of starvation on a desert island in the Aegean sea. MANY ANIMALS INFECTED. Washington, Set. 21.----hree hun dred anid seventy-seven million ani mals have lbeen inslpectedl at slaughter! houses dlurilg tilhe last seven years by the governmelllnt mlat ilspection serv ice as a part of the camllllaig-n to safe guard the food supply of the United States. This announcement was made In a report given out today by the de lartment of agriculture, covering the entire period under the lresentb law. TEXAS NEGRO STRUNG UP. Franklin, 1'exas, Sept. 21.-Will Davis, a negro, was lynched late today after he had shot and killed Rufus lodge and Tom Reussian and badly wounded Will Maxwell on the Reus sian farm 10 miles north of Franklin. lodge was killed following a dispute I and Reussian and Maxwell were shot when they tried to arrest the negro. LYNCHED. Louisville, Miss., Sept. 21.--Because he frightened a white woman in her 1 home by his strange actions, Henry I Crosby, a negro, was lynched some time last night. Officers searching ror him found his body hanging from I the limb of a tree today. FRENCH ARE PLEASED BY KING CONSTANTINI Paris, lept. 21.--King Constantin of Grteece today e(xpressed his gratl tude for "the precious support" o PIraonce, whi ch he said had alway taken the initiative ill defending th, rights ol the (Greek people. The kiilg of Greece was the gues of Presid(ent anld Madalme Poincare a a lunctheuon at the Elysee palace. The French press expresses satis faction at the cordiality of thyt speeche alll \\'ielioumies tie uttleralctes of Kinil ('onstanltine as reparation for the un haplpy impression caused by lhis spjee at Potsdam, WOMEN TRANSFIXED ON PIECE OF TIMBEF York, Pa., Sept. 21.- Vhen a han oni a farm near this .ity was Ullroofet tonight Mrs. Levi Shenk and Mrs George Sipe were transfixed on a piecr of timber and while Iinned togethel were brought to the iYork hospital it an ambunilalnce. 'Theiir conditionl it serious. The tillmber entered tile efli arml of Mrs. Sh(ilk and, piassing through, plenetrated the abdomen o: Mrs. Sipe, coming out through hel back. 'The accident oeeurred in a terrifh rain and wind storm. Trees were up. rooted, houses unrioo fed and harn: TEDDY'S WIFE GOING, TOO. New York, Sept. 21.--Annlouncemenl was made tonight that Mrs. Theodor" Roosevelt would actompltany her hitus band on his trip .to South Americ. when he sails October 4 for Rio di Janeiro. Mrs. Roosevelte however, wil not make the extended trip into the interior with the former president. THE FIRST. "Did you ever really love any gir: before you met me?" asked the beauti ful one. "No," replied the titled foreigner 'you're the first girl I have ever known who had lmolney in her own right." Orton Bros. 118 EAST CEDAR STREET State Agents Steinway & Sons Chickering & Sons Vose & Sons, Kimball and several other high-grade pianos FOR GOOD SODA WATER Export Bohemian Beer. Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Order from: J. E. POWER _ Missoula. Montana. INSURANCE Fire, Life and Accident Insurance and Real Estate. National Surety Company. DAN H.I ROSS I, . en ,oufeel doiscouuraged, [l44enyo ufeel confused nerv ous, tired, worried or despondent it is a sure sign you need MOTT'S NER VERINE PILLS. They renew the nor mal viglor and make life worth living. Be sure and ask for MOTT'S NERVERINE PILLS Price $1.00 by druggists. WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Prop.. Cleveland, Ohio For sale by George Freisheimer. A BAR ON IMMORAL PICTURES. Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 21.-The South ern Christian Citizenship congress, which has been in session here since Friday, adopted resolutions today con demning tile publishing of magazines and newspaiers of "suggestive and im moral" pictures. A RECKLESS SHOT. (From Judge.) He was telling her. "I didn't half try; 'Thas my first shot, too, and I hit the bullseye." "Oh, dear! What an awful thing! You see, You'll have to pay for the bull!" said she.