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BIG BM1 IALL FARMERS TQ START WINTER ATHLETIiC ACTIVITY WITH CHRISTMAS DAY GAME. I)espite the fact ,that they are with out a coach, the Mbntana Aggles have mapped out a heavy winter schedule which will keep their basketball team busy from the start of Christmas week until March. The detailed schedule of the Farmers has just been received in Missoula and is by all odds the best ever played by the Ag gies, including almost as many games as Physical Director Mustaine's ten tative lineup for the varsity. Thus far the Aggies have been without a coach, but they expect to secure a competent director before January 1. At present the squad Is being coached by Captain Wilcomb, one of the best players who ever stepped on a Montana basketball floor. The fact that the Aggies' schedule carries several high. school games is causing a lot of commept in Missoula, but the answer proba lYb lies in the difficulty .of securing college games. The" schedule includes the Christ mas tournament which is to he held in Bozeman, a 'trip through Montana, an' invasion of Utah and two Icing stops at home. The season opens on Christmas day in Billings, wher .a three-day tour nament for the, championship of southern Montana Is 'to be played. The A gtes will meet Joliet, the Billings Y. M. C. A., Miles City high, and: the Billings Comets. First Varsity Game. After the tournament the team will rest until college opens again. On January 13 the Aggies will meet the Cowley Mutuals of Cowley, Wyo., in Bozeman. On January 16 the college of Montana five will come to Boze man, and on January 24 the state school of mines quintet will play the Aggies. Six days later the Aggies will swing west to meet Montana in Missoula and will then go to Butte for a second game with the school of mines. After this short expedition the Farmers are to go to Utah. They will meet the Utah Aggies at Logan on February 2; Weber Academy at Ogden,' February 3; the University of Utah at ailt Lake, February 4; Latter Day Saints university at Salt Lake, February 5; Brigham Young univer sity at Provo, February 6, and Brig ham Young college at Logan, Febru ary 7. Possibly Idaho academy at Pocatello will be played on the re turn trip. On their return the Aggles will meet the Billings Y. M. C. A. in Boze man at some (late not yet settled. The College of Montana will go to Bozeman on February 20 and the sea son will end with the university gam9 at Bozeman on FebruarY 27 or 21. While it is still too early for a team to have been named, the Aggies probably will be represented in the Billings tournament by Captain Wil comb, Cottner. Jett: Rice, Maddax, Garvan and Waltermeyer. WILLIAM WADDELL DIES AT BITER ROOT HOME Iamilton, Dec. 18.-(Special.)-Wil liam Waddell died yesterday forenoon at .his home acro'ss the river from the Hamilton flour mill from miner's consumption. Funeral services will be conducted .tomorrow.. afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from the local Odd Fellows' hall, that lodge condunCting the 'crv ices. Interment will be made in the local cpmetery. The deceased was born at Fort Scott, Kan., about 52 years ago. He came to Montana in the year 5881, coming to the Bitter Root ahoilt the year 1883. During the time since he has worked in the mines at Murray and Wallace, Idaho, where he contracted the disease resulting in his death,. te is survived by his widow, two sons, ('harles W. and Delbert, and three daughters, Olive, Ruth and Hazel, all of this city, and a brother, E. W. Waddell, who ar rived ihis morning from Spokane. PETTY LARCENY CHARGED. Hamiion, Dec. 13.-(Special.) - County Attorney .1. D. Taylor yester day dismissed the district court case against Moses Beauchamp and Frank M'onahan, who were bound over from justice court Tuesday evening on a burglary charge. A charge of petty larceny was preferred against the men, which threw the case back into the justice court. The sa me charge was brought against Robert McDonald. The three men will be given their trial Sat Ilrday, December 20. They are 'charged with breaking into C. G. McGee's hen house and stealing 13 chickens. A NARROW ESCAPE. Hamilton, Dec. 18.-(Special.)-\il liam Welch, who has been assisting Al Biddiscomb In unloading logs from the logging train at the local mill pond, narrowly escaped serious injury and possible death yesterday afternoon while at work. Welch was struck in the back by a small log and consider erably bruised and jarred. The in jured man was removed to his homne, where his injuries were cared for. At first it was thought that he had suf ferbd permanent injury, but today it is stated that he will be about again in a coupl 'df week§. WATSON FUNERAL HELD. Hamilton, Dec. 18.-(Special.)-The remains of Willis IL. Watson, who died Ilt= 1Yii3zJULIHlN, ri¶ILmi IiVlUtKiNIlNi, Ut~tMBIKN 19, 1913. A Rousing Xmas Sale of Doll Buggies 75c A hundred buggies intended for a big opening fatuaie, long delayed, have just arrived. In order ti get them to you quickly, and clear them sill out during the few remaining days, we have taken ia godly selection of them-almost a third-and will sell them as long as they last for seventy R five cents each. Every little girl should have one at this small price. R o e l n . ° . . ., . < o . o ,,o o o ,. d ' I 'li, Ii_ ' ..... ' " ""t i"" 'd othe but . his store offers the best line of good. S d ol-bl ,K .ggwtK ,n,,. '" hth, . . mOCIllg strongc horses that can be found OI dol beS Other ci- thmr ptinen ae e in the city. Shoo-'lies In regulation or fltl i e. vp ronimt ,1.1s sorts, some are rub in folding style; old-fashioned rocking The best buggy 'yoy e l. .... f r this price. M ade from m .ahll i ra . .n.. ni ict painted, . I I ri I h ay,. rid ing l ,i .. These H o rse s a ced and pac " o hldigh s I s. ThBus U .U'l rses horses, or the new swing~ing horse on sta- i and are finished with l'eat)it~!tettc it, black or in brown WVide tread iron w, cl,vel. +i II strong 7 5 B gg e a1 I||l. . . 4, :ll bugr ftehgetcas 'il I tionary base. Prices ahways honest. w ire spokes. A sensatioh`.ltvlu ot SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS ug.e ift them at reinar-sahly low prics e a KA Three big bargain toy tables today Toys worth up to 25c at 1 Toys worth up to 75c at Toys worth $1.00 and or A generous list gretso t of Xm s stigrpee and you will h v to hu -f main sorts, also mecai l picI.T cs r the specialt insi, t. Te jassormn I fs UK Im Io shu I t Inko iln ni ithe (ii tmas things iit ti ge enough ". spuid i i, i ci h t, k uy F t n lice. F'idas it . lrii ItIi in wew . i h TIN CENT6 (ENTiI iii i iNT Gift things galore from all over this great store Sg This store as a gift stTre never has been equaled. The stocks arebiggerandbetter than ever hefoire, the prov isiosar ., Shaving better in quality and more appropriate than the offerings you have ever had. Shop at tlits store daili. 'Fancy Sets Persian Ivory is Sterling Silver Genuine "Sterling" Sterling Silver Heavy quadruple nin Ebony very aceceptable t silver little priced st. .""," plated silverwaTre e'Isin or in Three-piece toilet sets .$6.75 r . e et i , ea Ie , tc..Te s .r. wean s ' i. !.. YU ,, ix-piece manlnicure set $2.75 of all . Persian Three-piece toinet'set. $10 io i.'. ,o trainers y n.. on .a. ,, spen o hs, ,,,, go. , Three-piece toilet set $6.5)0 ol, . Ivory Eight piece toilet setf . $12.50 i i o i CIII i ti n it i, 1 t i tn h I i 1-piece manicure set $8.75 sots Eleven-piece t oilet set $25 at $.S s b t n. se Eleven-piece toilet set $16.50. " -1 'vi iiiet s sesi is ado 61vi ittii i,', iii.ni t itsi i i SRoughneck Sweater s Beautiful Xm as waists The new and pretty iXmas Slippers for Women at t5 A fine showing, new styles o .1e u a nrhad Sp or eiN 1-,Children's Bath Rbes $2.50 to $4.25. Misses Bath Ris, $2.95 to $4.7t Women's Robe and Fine Kimonos wi " i l $1.25 linets t 0 Persuvor is Stterlin Si lrer Iten' u1ine "Sterling" terlin Silver He avy a i s te l , I i he, goo tathi, es These ic ila .o ,.- il tir ,r , i t. l., , li i i .ri. ii t it' ... . iu,1., 50 If sizor in Th re-ic a ft r iee T s.ref tiarette car, nii ; 5 anIty : S l maiicu set $2.75 a.5 Largest showing of Xmas furs hildrens coats $3h75 and u .. '' ,. ,,., . ... . ,,ue .... tr in r ers. ,,, , 5 l""l." "o . i '.., ' i . . ot' i $ Thils store is headqurters for furs. These are most accepta- $n9A most excellent showing oi childrenrs cin. Tit hs c " t ..tn ' s .0 ine mi hto sandow tn foile blnet...1 T11( e 1 om b t ihe ttr iulso ac lne ricesfom t2 $it su.T ehi m" l l r Slii 5 n.M c pJe at ý n ýý inýý urrrrm 2t 8yas rcs ag oig. ie rm 1 to l e tr srit analk metc cr n knifeand :.un hoch ble Christmas offerings, and we give you a fine lot to select tr om cloth, froim plushes. velvets, etc. All rulir r, 1.50 from Fur sets fur scarfs, fur muffs-everything Childn's P es $3.75 i' l, t' I Sfurs displayed in Perisian lamb angora Iceland furs. i zes from (2 to 14 years. Prices up. h,, , ss, s.p o ." f1.75 Violet sec. toilet soap, highly scented 25¢ .. )elightful "Mary Garden" perfume, oz $2 Cashmere Bouquet, widely known, oz 25¢ I eTref'le perfumes, an imported cite, oZ /Og* 10 Faougheksic"P gualm Olivow lre"vrr\- soaps large cakel t0rly adpa'o m ar.swnh whlerf per i num an imported ofi' anal ril Famous "Palm Olive" soap, large cake.10 Ideal perfumes, something rare, oz $2 o "Wodbury's facial soap, special........... 21tt a Vicect sec., a fine selling perfume, oz. $1 "Cuticura" medicated Toilet Soap ............. 21 *. "*~'as - gv.:~ Azurea perfume, a favorite, oz . 90O Best stocks o hristmas Tahmgse ol ir a Found on the 3rd Floor * s St Cotton comforts $1.75 to $4.50 $-12 Blankets, in colors, $5 to $10 . * * Oxford Bags, $3.75 up to $15 Some leadng low prices mi $5 to $8. Beaded and leather handbags ea ngp i - Steamer Trunks, $7.50, up to $20 [' aISOtoei sv r;fn gfs extra splendid Xmas jewelry Tr avinrbe Tun,$.5 t those in silver; fine gifts Ti re o.fc is u...s,.l lit ,f. re fr, to,'r a . o, F ber Suit Cases $1.7s 1 a o $5 ,, ,,,,1 ..., ,,, , , . ., , ,,. ,,i -t , lia the iiualities fo el...rb.ln. iesclt $, pia ..croo'$ a. f m .l5 cera ". Bisselr" Sweeps, $2.75 t h $4.50 t .. , . . ... , . , .... , ',, . ak dants, in, fact, (luite what youl wish,. Sholp this C'htistmant stire lfor I'hri'.t- /Baby's Crib Blankets, 55(" to $1 ........ in ...... n l, .,i,,, . .- .. . ............. ................ . ..Axminster Rugs, $3.50 to $30 Half Dozen Initiall Hand- Suspender andGarter Sets Wilton Rugs, sizes, $12 to $60 Combination Christmas Sis "Tuxedo" Christmas Set for Lffor $1.00 a f Cgth Covers, spe, $3.75 to $12 for $1.50 $1.50 kerchiefs for $1.00 headquar teor furs. These iear pmt tia Cuc s p s x ix xtra, fino tlit ility sieer linen in- for liin -- pair of " stisende r pl, paona e Curtins pai, $ h2.7,5o $, 8h' iitli I b iii t n ." l '-' Thi, I nini i ir't o I t i l' ton it ir iiil ii' litk s itilitd t....kdorc'ief in x n s witg .... a ai r of h dI ..... i hlo, I I.... Th s hI i II $i $ll' I brltty (lnristinas ox f, r. 1 ntong s.tri I1.rits ..... i l h i ,li.iri Iii Ii. 0 iili..... a w ii,,i n $1.y 50 iMen's extra high-grade bath robes at prics The Best u The Best I ty siI enritms Win " ith f5 ranging from $4 to $15. s rpirofsuspendersin it for w At i Xmassma Thiasngsy SiFor Floor Store in II I• I tll l IIII I I 1 l ' II ll III I llI l l ml 1 I I I ll I l Ill l l ll l •III I 1 • I early in the week at, Missoula, arrived , ztin Hamilton this morning and burial servicev were conducted this after Ls noon fr,,i the Baptist church by Rev. a T. S. Dulan. Interment took place in Riverview cemetery. The deceased i is survived by his wife, four sons, W. ,*. \Watson., (. . Watson. Thwmnns SWatSOII and Henry Watson, and three ie daughters, Mrs. Clarence Swayze .fld Mi 1 rs. i. E. Trueman and Eva Watson. ABOUT THE STATE 1 Meagher county bankers have made formal tprotest to the commissioners against a continuance of the present method of bnnk taxation. Billings is to have ,5 canning factory. Sheriff D)uncan o Lewis and ('lark county is making an active crusade against salooni men who allow a-Inoen I to enter their places. The' Hyshatm l..mh says that one Rosehud rounty farmer netted $.3.5i an acre from alfalfa. S (. It. IP. Shelley. secretary of the t progressive state committee, is organ il.ng clubs in northern Montana. The Libby Woman's club is play ing lady Illuntiful to needly children k this Christmas. le H. A. Miller has been elected presi Sdh.])! ('I" thie, ('Iv I 'nZ'l¢ (I' It IIC', ll (-' i:c l i 'lP l in B.rlive Iwon fil d eilh thi oif l .I isioners of 1lill and Tton onun - iN, lkingl for the rea tion of the wll 'uity lofl T .o le. Hering in lie l-itt ter will he held January x. William C. iusihe has bern lchosen ,reslidnt of the Livinstorl ln (Ollllllm r l(.ill cll fr the .inn ing yo'r. 'The ial :uit, o the IKahll il flonr mills is to be increased. The utput tvill Ie ni bled if' resent plauls :u " Iv:f Plswill ,ntertaiin the Retail r ahilnge lI;r lli is li ulive [irogress roi Ila rn. It Is inrohiosed to go to A depthi f 4i.iuh feet. Ia.l"wluiown t (has d lnl)ed a detailed plani lfor thlse of its x ihool buhldinge Petitionis for the creatioll of the h| I i, oar th, |ll ,,au.,l u <'llnt lly ( iie. I;. \. l~ tIh' s~it railway colmmilssin ha.s rItIrneI Crum at trip to ('hic' .t, 0t htre he attfndeil a meet ilg I sitte comnisslloioners from flI )Lparts of tn. cmliotrl. In th' art'-ly spring Iletndive will Ihi th construction o0'f a model s.chool Iuhlllinlg.s the plans for w.lbh hale already been adopted, . . . .