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THEANACONDA STAN OA WD; SXL'PAV MQKMMj, JULV 18, 181)7. WESTERNMONTANA EUOYIIG THEIR TRIP TtsWMm M^atsat OeV. of 11. sunUnt ii^U|U|Wwi^^m. ^ffMil* Nt^fc^. Mis-^Mate. -Nlepnses K* Ilk ASnrttataf nt TheRush^Is Still On Wehave had no quiet aeaaon; every^day our establishment Is ntsSsgad. with^people taking advantage of the great^offerings that w* have been making^this season. Wrhave reduced the prices on our^entire stock of CLOTHING Ourstock is still complete and you^will Mnd everything you desire.^Men's 15.00 All Wool Suits.^Man * S8.00 All Wool Suit*.^Men a $10.(10 All Wool Sulla.^Men s tltW All Wool Suit*. HotWeather Specials Makeyourself comfortable these hot^days and wear seasonable goods StrawHals. Hi and upwards. BalhrigganI'mlen*. ear. lie. NegligeeShirts.. Me, He ami $1.00. BlackAlpaca Coals. Crash and^Linen Suits. Serge Coats and Vests,^Leather Hells and Summer Meefc.^wear. MISSOULAr ft^EICANTILE VV WalOIKsM Kits AMI RKT UUM^l^ KVKKYTHIMi CLoraiXaD$5PA^THKST MIRBori.A.mont. StmlI t Yov Mail CrJm. MISSOULANOTES. TheInauguration If HeUgSte knags^of Elks will proluilily be held llM Hist^week of August ami the occasion bids^fair to lie a gMMnbh on a. Tin Coetil^d'Alene lodge will send mmt ii delcga-^tlon of about H and Helen*. Hun^^ and Anaconda will be t^cnt'.l Tin WallaceKlks arc coming on a special^train and will bring ^nh ihcm all of^their paraphernalia for the lodge Work. 1'nderSheriff fiirran made a trip to^the reservation this afternoon and^lame down the hill this evening TomVtnletle. who was brought In^from Hanratty s mill *.csterday wlth|^^ badly broken leg. is icstim*. coiufoti^ably at the hospital. VanCamp's Pork and lleans WhoH ill llr \(^ul r^Missoula. July 17. ^ Now thai the Mi -^Kinley plum has been so nearly dis^^posed of as far as this section is eou- i rni-d. -pi i m i.it n.ii is running high as^to who will receive the appointment as^agent of the Flathead rcrirvutlon. As^nearly aa can be learned here the most^likely tandldaie in the republican ranks^la (Jus Mosher. whose devotion to bis^party in the past has Ih-cii pronounced^and who haa worked so lalthfullv that^he la entitled to rei ognitiun He whs^at least consistent In the last cam^^paign, and did net pu t, ml in he a sil^^ver man. while he was really working^the other way. as did mi many of the^aspirants for oftlee in this section If ^^the^ must have a republican, the peo^^ple over here would like to haw* a man^of this kind and not a hJfPSlllle. tausedI iim eranduu.^Missoula. July 17 -Interest In the^Standard race bulletin has been run^^ning high this wiek and there lias been^a crowd every night this week to read^the results of the Anaconda sport, aa^soon aa the bulletins have been posted.^The defeat of Chris IVieisen last nlgln aused consternation to those who had^pinned their faith to the Missoula horse^and they h*\* no! Ix-en able yet to fig^^ure out hi^w it happen, i TookIn Hi* Town.^Missoula. July 17. Two tralnlnads of^Kndeavorers took dinner .it Missoula^this evening. Despite the rain the vt-^^ ursionlsti took in the town in the ^ ar-^riages that had been provided b) the^citizens and seemed to be making the^beat of the weather The first train^thla evening eontaineil tie New Jersey^delegates and the New York delegates^were on the second. The trains are^making good time over this line. TnHluu I he | air.^Missoula. July 17.^Then will be a^meeting of the exacnttva ^ ^ ^nun^ 11^ ^ , f^the board of trade at the Lotus club^looms Monday t v^ rung to make ar-^^ angcnients for the W.-t.in Montana^fair, which it has been dei ided la h^'d^this season, aa last. It is hoped that therewill be a kI attendance at the meeting,as It is necessary that the^work of planning the fair ts carried^out at unee. The Endeavor-sra Are Passing^Missoula in Trainloads. LIFEON THE PULLMANS WithSport and Plseaure Thev Mix Con^^siderable Seriousneaa - Ballgdoua Uer-^rlcea on an Overland Train a Nov^^elty Handling the Kg Crowds Missoula.July 17 ^ The Endcavorers^arc iiiHin us They began to arrive in^small delegations yesterday and were^met at the station by friends and as-^eoclatex In thla cltjr. These (list ar^^rivals did nol atop nver In Missoula,^but remained only while the Iralna^were . hanging engines and getting^ready for the trip over the mountains^l'^i Hebmi Last night, they began to^pass through In I rain loads and Iks rj^gave the impression that they ate en-^Joying their H ip immensely, on I lu ll^Pullman trains they have the best sort^of a time, and (hey don't care w ha^knows it. With their spurt and pleas^^ure they mix considerable seriousness,^however, and prayer and prals nm i^ings are held al noon and In lb even^^ing. It Is rather a novelty, this reli^^gious service on board of an overland^train, and the train men have not yet^bacsgeg Socuetoened la the innovation.^The Kmle.t \' i' i s how ever, do not^mind the expressions of surprise thai^they call forth from the iraln m^n. who^are aecustoun il to nlmosl anything but^religious services on their cars. ItIs strange, too. fur the traveler to^hear grace said In a dining ear. but^that Is the experience Molilalia men^had who came over from Spokane as^the guests of the Kndeavorers last night, it was the Coanecttcul ih ieg^- li'n that had the Iraln and lip) w te^a merry lot of Yankees, who wiled^away the hours with excellent mush^and wiih tales of their trip through the^southern country. It was one of these^Montana men who went into th^ din^^ing car lasl night for dinner w ith the^Kinlcax niers and sat down as usual^with him In lhe ear to proceed al once^with business. He had his fork In his^hand and was about lo make a stall^at his dinner, when one of th^ wallers^stepped up ^o hint and recognizing the^fact that ha was not familiar with the^customs of the Kmleii Hirers, when^allium! whispered in him. ^Walt a Urate,sii. they are going la suy grace. It was a pretty thing, this^grace on the train, and the Montana manappreciated It. His indifference i^had not been caused by his lack of In-^leiest iii ihe work of the Kndeavorers. |^hut ha had not expected to have the ex^^perience. He will have something; to^tell his It lends about for a long lime. Kutli ol Ihe deli gallons has sonic dis^llncllve badge and the Connecticut^Crowd was decorated with spoons and^nutmegs They all say I hut the trip^in the coast and back has been one of^(he pleasautest of their ll\is. and Ihey^art looking forward with much antici^^pation of pleasure lo the trip through^tile park. Nearly all of them w ill make^iIlls Hip. and they will have much lo^tell their friends In Hie far Knsl when^tin | get bsek to the In ml of clocks.^niilinegH and plated spoons. Following^Connect h ut. New Yoik and New .let-^sev have passed along Ihe line, and^M in of ihem have spent a pleasant j^hour or two In this illy The railroad^Is handling Ihe big crowd without^much difficulty, although some of the^delegations art behind time. From the^park, some of the trains will go Kasi^over the BurllSjgtnn. while other! will^eontiane on tha Northern Pact Ac, \tI lie I nn lam springa. Missoula.July 17. I p at ihe Warm^Sittings at Ihe head of the Lou Lou^trail, the summer sojourners ate hav^^ing lln heel sort of n time at d the tishstories thut come train then ara littlet'hort of the manclnus. Hilly^Hoyle of ihe Lou I.mi Springs was In^town ycejlerdaj ami said ilint the peo^^ple at Ills hotel arc all getting la I and^well and tin springs and I mi lis are in ihebent shani that ihey nave ever^heat Frees tha Qnuilta gprtngs^Charles ktwaue hrlnga word that his^people un thriving, ami the invalids iihiinine gone up Ihaf* In Match of^good health are finding II. as they i aenhtnet wail fail to do The hot springs,the baths, the pine woods, ihe^hunting ami llshliig and Ihe pleasant^camp life make lln (irauilc Springs a^most tiijovahlc aahCi for the summer^season Un. K. II ll.illi.lil^ of this^lily ami Thomas Suillb of Carlton ate^rcoeni arrivals ul the tiranlte (amp \'anCamps Cork ami Deans. Kbfence hold barber shop Shaving,^15 cents. Hath moms open t to 1 on^Sundays. Hathr.. 2.1 cents. !*rinllitg Awu.t. Mlaaouls,July 17. -Th, grand Jury Is^sllll grinding away at lln work laid^out for il by Judge Woody and Is as secret 11 It as his honor could dc- sln No inkling of what is going on^has leaked out of Ihe room on the *., andiioor of the Del] Mock, where the j Jurorsan sitting. From Ihe arttaMnrl whohave Been sub|i'd by the Juryit is supposed thut lln Jury Is con^^sidering th, tn, ha Hi .cm Hits ii ii u -^rated upi n Mr. lb Itz the other night. AtIlls Hotel.. Theflatsnaii i; w gehfra' Port- lam!S. A Lanton. Atchison. Kan.: J.^M. Kin.-, niiaahtnrt W B. Bond v- acoiidn A. II 1^ Patterson. San !'^ Ml^rtaco; D Keller, si. Liuls. W J. Clark.^W I ^ Wind, r. II. hi,,,^The llankln Mrs |i. I. Cyr Itonila: J H. McMillan Helena .los. ph He- ;^lleur. Superim . Ceorgc M Noiile. Iton-^Mr; H. L Williams. Victor; J. '^ Mc |^Cartbv. Anaionda: It. o Murphy.^t\ardnet Caeiiea Brown, stark. John^J Haircit. Clinton. Good! Awell-known teacher^compliments us on the^missing word contest. He^says it teaches folks to think. Betteryet! Teacher them^to drink pure, fresh-roasted^tea. Ruingof contest published in large^ndvertjsetnent about the first and middle^ot each month. aai If.11 e lira, hril SI I. ill Missoula.Julv 17. Lieutenant Moss^and his corps of wheelmen reach'-d St.^j Lulls vesterday. having been N the^I mad Just three days more than a^| incuth The trip as n whole was a hard^one. the weather and all conditions be^^ing against the nun on ihe wheels The^news of the arrival was received here^i by C.Oopel Hurt of the Tweniv-ilfth^i Infantry, who was not Hied by Mr.^M'^ s (Iii al Psngrr.^Missoula. July 17.^Janus tVnley^returned to Anaconda this e\i itipg. his^brother Frank being considered out of !dangt r Frank ConlC) t^ resting, cont-^fOrtnMy and is now taking more sub^^stantial nourishment than has be n^given before since the operation has Ihe, n performed His condition is nor- ,mal and his physician has no fear as to his recovery. HAMILTONNEWS HamiltonJul^ 17 AHohm pell while^in pursuit cf his favorio nastkaM mt n^h-^l lag. was quite sirluu.-l.* injured on WednesilavMaading on n loose ro^ k on^the bank of the river alsiiit 40 rods at are^the lag*, he ^gol a bile ' snd at the same^lime the rock gut ^ move on it.'' Not^willing lo lmi^e In. li-h he hung on to^Ike pol' sad landed tim H^h on the ismk^and himself la th, bed ot Ihe at ream with^a large rock on lil~ leg There lielng an^one In sight. In manaewd to get out of^Ihe water and rrawl to the dam Then,^holilltig In the rail h^ hopped across tin Ilata When hi m* eeded In getting word^,,, M ll.ilpm ^lui I rough! hkgl home 11^was found lh.it he was suffering from a 'severe sprain ami laceration of the mus-^capi .ilsiut tin ankle and calf of the leg^fh, trial of i P. t^)'e. arreatnl for^horse stealing, will occur Thursday It^appears iii.it lit Mending up some horses jon the Skalkaho range Mr. live In. In,h I^a $-yeer-oM roll ot Mr Kelley ^. whether inanatafeaherwhra remains la is' arpved iborg. ii M^ F.n hind of I ireal Falls has^lust completed ^ contract with the A.^i' M , onipany for the purchase of $1n.nW^aorlh of liimlsT for |$M hulldlng of Fort^HarilMin LOSS OF MEMORY REPAIRED M'l.u,illnni) ImlHiirri ut tile Hecovery^of ihe Tamil) \fler l*i Fromthe Philadelphia Itecord ,\nar or two ago mush Interest was^iiwaheiied among medical men and ob-^parveffl of mental phenomena by the^i as, of a man in aha of our hospitals^who seemed to have entirety lost all^i. ^ ell, . inin of th. past. It is greatly^to he hoped in the Interests of inenhH^science thai his case will not bo lost^sight of. IhMlllllljthere has been a singular^series of psychological phenomena In^tin esc of Rev. T. C. llanna. whose^father. Rav. T. A T. llanna waa for- merlypastor a) tha Fails of s. buylklll, ' andmole recentl.v pastor of the BspttSt^i hurch at Pottavlln. The son. w ho is !^pastor of the church al Plantsvlllc,^Conn , is of excellent heredity, being^the grandson of the eminent mission^^ary Dr. Jndnet!, and Si his third wife,^a woman of itinaikabh genius While^driving Mr Hatina had occasion Is ad^^just the harness, as he ste|I iimni theahafi his fool caught in the car^^riage rolx and he fell, slrlking his^hind. I!c losl consciousness for a lime;^when he came la himself his body was^found to be totally uninjured He could^not speak a single word in his native^tongue until he had heard the word^used and applied He did not recognise^hln parents and did not know the mean^^ing of the word father or mother. He^could pronounce words in common HSa^after healing tlieni once, ami he re-^mem be tad their meaning. Curiously^enough, w hile he had lost the acqulsl-^llons of the past, he lelalned lln- men^tal discipline and acuteness which had^la en gained In his former life, taking^up all studies with the power not of^the child, but of the man. He did not^recollect what the Hllile was. hul he j^commits to memory verses and pas- '^sages with gnat ease. He was a skill^^ful w heeler ami would ride pi to iii) !^miles a day: bill now all his skill is^iosl. He I l ied lo mount u horse, but |^fell and narrowly escaped fatal Injiirv^The use of Ihe typewriter he had lo j^learn over again, as also the use of musicalInstruments. Curious!) enough,^the I'.uno he rnnnei leara again. He wasa finished I.atln and Qreea Scholar, |^hat these attainments have entirely left^him and iniulre to he regained. The | ataajreasof his mental recovery win be waithi d with greal interest. KurilIn the hul century a somewhat^siiiiilai i xpericne. befell William Teii-^nenl. who was studying with a view to examinationby the presbytery for a llciuse as ii minister lie ov, rtaxed^himself by excessive sillily and was at^^tacked ay serious illness, resulting in^Ills apparent death. His flintml was appointedfor Ihe neat day. but a young j^physician, an Intimate und attached fillmi. thought he discovered psms^nance that life had not departed, and In*insisted, contrary lo the wishes al ,^the family, upon the funeral being d^ - .^fcrrcd. While the physician was using everya#nrl In recall consciousness a )^distinct groan proceeded from ihe sup^^posed corpse, ami presently be revived, Hulit appealed that un unit ^ hud van lahed.Seeing hla skater ^ith something InI at hand, he asked what it was, and mibeing told that it was the BIMe, he^, \pi ess, ,i his, ntlrt Ignm am ^ of It, He beganat the beginning learned the al^^phabet ami presently applied himself^again as in Ills childhood, lo the study^of I .ii t in and fjresk, in w hit h he made^very considerable progtcss tma day. while trylni IS lead Cornelius NepoS, heput his hand lo his head, as il' in^pain, and said. ^I think I remember to^have gone (hroiigh this before.' From^this new l^ginning he made rapid prog^^ress and presently recovered all that he hadkept, He became an eminent Pres.^hylerian minister, and was for H yean^pastor of the church at Freehold. N. J.^lie was a brother of QHnsrt Teun.nl, IIIone time pastor of the Second Pres. byterlanchurch In this city. Havingheard of a somewhat similar^experience which had befallen Kdvvatd^Harbcr, a member of Company A. For^^ty-second Illinois volunteers I more re^^cently a resident of IiHeld. Mich I. thewitter addressed him and received^a most Interesting statement, which^v^ e condense I was 27 years of age^and giadiiateil and was teaching unti^I enlisted. After the siege of Corinth^1 was sent with a deiachmeiit to luka^Springs, Miss, where I was wounded^and captared and taken to Anderson^villi, remaining there 1$ months For aboutin months my mind remained unitetil ni. tln n It began to soften ii^mi und un an inclined plane, witli mo^^mentum enough to carry it to the bot^^tom. Here 1 must leave a blank. * ^^^ The first thing that I remimbsr '^was standing In Annapolis M,| under^the old flag, leaning on my crutches.^.^ ml i rylng. Some of th. n ^ u w ho wen^ia|itured after I was knew me; la thai^wai I found out my name, which '^had forgotten with ^.^Milling else^iii.tonally things came liai k I re^^turned to my hnsne, hul I did nol know^father or mother or any of the family^A young lady began to t.aeh me t,^read by the word met hod I am aHk i.teach again, hul my Greek and Lat^^in and French an all gone, though mj^mathematics Is very good K\. r^ thing^I nov know I had to Ktlftdl hard for.^almost nothing came Of Its own ac^cord My present handwriting is total-^Iv dlfTcri nt from ihe pi, \ lorn M v mindis not so keen as it need to he, 'm-^whan i g'i hold of anything i rem em betI' as w, II ^^ anyone.'' Th se phenomena may contrlbuti^something to our knowledge .,r thi^structure of the mind. The old Ihoor)^that the memocy was a separati fncu^ty has. we sappaas, osgssa Is Is' held^rather it sc. u s likely that memory is i^condition aft. ding all the powers^Where the memory I. strong ihe pom^rrs. like a block of marble. uMiii . v, ; \^unpn salon lhat It niadi where the^mind ha- become demoralised It Is ar^though the bbsrk of marld- had be^come pulverised and no iinpn ssion i^^parsaaaeni \Vv. . H ...... t i,im the IJnSSSi Itis a still t rule with ihe big nans^Atlantic steamship nuiipanles that the^wife of the captain shall not travel in^his ship The companv strong.) pro^^hibits its captains from taking ttuir^wives ahioad with them. The supiswi-^tlon Is that if anything should happsr^to the ship the captain instead of at^^tending to his puhii. dun. aould d -^vote his si tent ion malnlv to the safety^of his wife. INVENTIONSOf THE evil ONg. I'eitlan gapewM 11 loin t'oaeernlag Tele- graphWires anil PsISS^Kroin the Telephone. Theoverland telegrai i Inn. whgfjl^^ onnt' Is I ugland w ith hi r gi ^ ^^' Indian^rasptre, passes through Persia and has^ncer.tly been subjected loan n ' iup.^Hon of a unite serious ch.ua' b due to^the fanaticism of the populate it^seems that there has h en a lerrihaj^drouth, which the suhjc, ta of tin shah,^instead of attributing to Pniv Idence,^ascribed, on the contrary, to the ble-^grapk poles, und. ghove all, to the posts^and signs of ihe survey department of^the . ompany. Accordingly all the ob^^noxious poles, wires and survey signs^were Seat rayed by a prleat-led mob.^Strangily i nough, heavy ruin fell im^^mediately afterward, anil now. in spile^of the severest punishment Inflicted by^the Teheran government upon Ihe ring^ii.ol is. Hie masses of Ihe population^throughoul Persia are thinly convinced^that telegraph und nurvey posis are^productive of drouth ami inventions of^tin devil ONEWEEK LONGER Teethbin** ail F.llei Witkoat Pjia Drs.Q ray ^ Gray Huh I I.e. Took It. FromI he Chicago Post. lie I'lu spian swell, ii ,.u: his ehesi with anair of . mi.m i .1you notice how thr audience took^n,v performance last nlghi^'' he iskcd. A'is.^ v as the prompt reply of the^brother ... lor. ^like a pill Atth: McDerrtiDtt Hotel Oneweek longer until July U lir Oray'l gjlam of PaJallss Dantlstry is aaed aj Hum only In the West. See handbills for references. TIEFAVORITES WIN Saskatchewan^and Montana Belle HaveWon the Esteem of flontana's People. MI.SONSTdKV k CO. BOZEMAX, MONT lsUiUiiesiiiU^Mi wWww WWW sysyaj t/grw ^nraj ayajsj sjsjgg nj njsj Vfjsf WWW 99W * www alfl s WWW VJ alfj gjfjrfj arW WW% WWl 9WM WWM f/sagj iUR DRAGGEDHi MANGLED Under the Flying Heels of a^Runaway Horse. THE ANIMAL STUMBLED YoungBert Tracey'e Fou Caught in the^Stirrup aa He Koll and the Mad^^dened Brute Dragjred Him^Over Half a Mile. Sii . ii ^ torn ipendi nee of lie Standard, Tatahstages. July it i.^si evening a^(rtghtfel anldsnl uscsrraa in tin- iiiiia^sstweaa gee heater and Caaay creeh hy WhichHell, las H-v, t-lllll ^Oll of .h.-ph^Tracy, the well-know u BjeStnaSSr, Tw in^BrMgea and hlelrsee easreasasaa, eai^literally mnagled asyand reesajaansa. lha^eircwnstancei of tin affair was thi ni.i. ahtsiory of a falleq haras and ii last fnuleillii lha silrriio. art,with hi- hrathrr, WraflM Tracy,^lei Redfern and p..i Dene, ha I hssg sal^ail ihe afssrnsas rannding ip hsrses,^..ni ..hunt $ e'i ii^ I ihe animal ehlrh Bert i,.i. iinmbted in one at the aamsrinia^hanger holes whlrh ahsund in that vicin- ||)gad fell. Ihe horse ami his rSsSff coin^^ing lo the grssjad lagsther, in lha ^n-^Seatec to rise gert was ueejbir to eafH* eatshis fool Irnni ibs stlriup and the^111. il.lcnci animal dashcl .iwnv. draggtag^Hi^ any aSSSt half a mile or more. |:,.i^fern, who a*aa Hi^ only one ,,f ilie imriy^who srttaaaaed ihe neetdent, seeing what^h ul happened, aassisd in pa. suit of the^ttecing horse and Pa dlsmSuuted ride*',^lint being unable lo head llu-tn olT. dlew hislevoive.i ami Ited three ahsta in lha^heps cf killing lite animal, but was un-^^acceaafnl in doing so. ami asallansi ihe^pursuit antM lie was able to patah ih i .iitltn.ii's hTnhs rein ami living It tn .. standstill. Heaeea saw thai gert, if not already^di ad. was hsySSnt anv aid 111 his pow er torender, ae le gallspad la the Family^residence in hseheeter to ten the news^and o ate is seats ta ace \ aarn soon went tothe scene with a wagon .mil on ar^^rival it whs apparent to every on*'^thai aii thai t/sa mortal at poor gen^had gag. Prsm all aapaarancea Seats musthave been instantunceue. as the^back of the he ',1 was erushxl evlilcttlv^by the fall, and the other lliuries afSPS l-eeclVcd frOtll dragging over 111*' giound. Theremain- are re brought n Rachsstsf^iie.i a ateeaeagei vv.n aupatdhed to i^ll-^lon for a caskd. which arrived In Ro^^chester this morning, This 11rnsag ihe^reSMlns will !^^ conveyed lo Melrose and^liit rrcd Is-slile those of his mother,^who Is hurled lit, re. The sail affair has .seep siniuii ov.f the conemunity^of iim hcsiet ahen the aseagsed lad was^a universal htVSTtte, and a large nnmlH'r^of friends will accomiainy the remains^to the station al .Melrose thi- evenl lg. DILLON SOCIETY NOTES. Mrind Mrs 0 K. Msras will go to^Haii Lathe la attend the |nam . \ Isou liiiini and i larenee llo|ikins ..re^visit Inn the family of A. ilrscter.^The I.id is' mu ^ lal met al the ri I- ii.ee, af Miss ii Lament an BlaaSday v. ling with a full attensagre. After the^Seal meeting ihe ladles will agjeata m-^111 Orlaaer. Th.es, meetings have las i^of much pleasure end benefit to thi ladle. ufDhasn, Hon.II. r. While , titcrlalncd a small^party al Ihe Iheal r Monday evening^The p.,nv eenslsted of Miss I'.irrle White.^Igha gnhi stellei lira l^. K Bsasaargl^and aaaghten and Rahjh asp tares, theLadlea lligh fire cluh met at the IsaMett Mi* Jtalge l ong, r Wtslnes- day. Th^ ^iix. , i.eautlful liresihvi name and sugar bowl, was won by^Mrs. J !^: hkarai Mi-I3ssrgl Si n,laker is very III at^her home In thi- city. Very little hopes^arc aaaassshted fur tn-r recovery. Thiangh Ihe g^ ^. rosity cf Messrs. Paasdeaterand mr Hiiion is to have a^ptiiiih gnrh. Afi m. in-.' h.i .ug Is en granted. Hii^^ion will sen I v, a lirsl-cliss water^system. Johny lllslioii lias let a i-omra l for a^sev en-room tna etasy house. asaaaaSSthe^High school hinhiiiiB Anumticr of te.^i^r^ |,ave slgniflnl^Ihelr Intention nf ..ti.n.hug the summer^normal and also the stale normal, which^will open In this . it^ Sept. 1 yachtsbuilt sg the flyde within a year^I have more than equaled the cost of^i biillillng all the sailing craft within I^j ihe past live years, including all the cup^defendtrs. The steam yacht Mayflower^cost four times an much as the Hefend-^er. The expense of running her with^her crew of 100 men Is greater than that ,^ever Incurred on any American pleasure^yacht. Thenu n wlm Line gone into steam !^yachting have all been lacing men, and^except the new coiners from Philadel^^phia, nearly all have contributed to^^ward ihe building; of cup defenders j (ifall tile steam yachts built on this I^side the Sovereign, designed by J, BaaV* !^, r Webh. may he set down as the best yetbuilt in the gnat rttiritr* yacht j licetKxi epi ill special cases, the^hulldlng i.l big schooners, an a class, is^about don*'. Yachtsmen, when il com*a^lo big yachts, prefer steam v essels. To- |^da* Mean yachts never were more'^popular, and Store launches than ever^ar** in use. Thefuture of yachting, so far us the^sallit.g el aft goes, will be conllned to^racing between the Sf*fOoi si limner. ih,-70-fooi ratter, the hvfooter, ths $S- foolerand tin smaller boats. Judged hythe non-racing of tha Tf-foal cut^^ters for i he past few vest's, it looks un ifthe popularity of these boats had^dwindled out a int. By common gotten onboth sides of the Atlantic, the must^popular boats to-day are the jo-raters, i^Year in an out. this class holds on bet^^ter than any of the others. gkee(tesnresacfnt iirfauii. Agentleman had left his collier seat^in an already crowded railway CM to^go in search of eOMfthlng lo . at. Icav- I^ling .. rug to reserve his seat. On PS* 1^turning he found that in spite of the Irag innl 'he protests nf his fatton) pas**^aengera the seat had been usurped by^one in lady's garments. To his arenas^tattons her lofty reply vva.i: Do ymi^know. sir. lhat I am one of the direct**^ins wivesMadam.'' he replied,^^were yon the director's only wife 1^should still sealant. llionhai'iled. TininIhe Detroit free Press. I.^aaM the ip**ii^ actor, ^waa oncewhere the shells fell so thick and^fast that to cecal o them was hnpi.ni-^ble. And you arc alive to tell It^^^i). yes. The shells were loa led with^^ggs. WesternMontana National Bank OFMI8SOULA, MONT. FtedKennett...^T. ii. t. Ryan... 0,A. 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