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CITY SCHOOLS Graduating Exercises of Lewistown Public Schools Held Last Fri day Evening. HIGH SCHOOL SOON OUT Graduating Exercises to Be Held Fri day Evening—Teachers Leave for Homes. This week will see the closing of all the schools in Lewistown and the glad vacation time, appreciated as much by teachers as by pupils, is now here. Public School Exercises. The city public schools closed Fri day and the graduating exercises were held Friday evening in Culver's hall. A large crowd was present and the exercises were most interesting from start to finish. The following program was render ed: Dialogue—"French Spoker Here or the Major's Mistake," by Bailey Ash worth, Arthur Long, Bert Jeffries, Elizabeth von Tobel, Elsie Gustafson, Lida Allen, Pearl Robinson. M andolin and guitar duet ........ j ........ Eva and Mabel Langdon. Students' Song. Entire Eighth Grade Scarf Drill ... Thirteen Young Girls "My Montana," som; ........ Class Mr. O. W. Beldw, In a neat ad dress, presented the certificates to the members of the eighth grade who graduated from the public school this year! List of Graduates. The following students received certificates: Arthur Long, Eva Langdon, James McCollum, James MacGowan, Mercy McLaughln, Jay Norman, Delia Phil lips, Pearl Robinson, Otto Schmidt, Vivian St Clair, Elizabeth von Tobel, Gladys Woods, Elsie Gustafson, Eth el Shaw, Ethel Pitt, Bailey Ash worth, Marguerite Cross, Mae Cor neill, Marie Cheadle, Mary Conway, James Cannon, Julia Foley, Isabella I ALL WEEK AT HART'Sl I The entire week at Hart's will witness changing displays of high grade merchandise specially priced. r All goods of a spring and sum mer character must hurry out into usefulness. The weather conditions have been unfavorable and so price cutting must this end. Stocks in all lines are heavier than we would like to see them at this stage of the season and we hasten to adjust them to their normal size. Shop every day this week and next. Special price attractions will appeal to you from all departments. Spring Wasp Goods. Wash Goods at Per Yard Ten Cents An assortment of high grade wash goods that includes almost any desirable style. Organdie, batiste and lawns in great variety. Pretty floral and also conventional designs are included in the assortment. All colors are here. Choice ......................... TEN CENTS I I I I I of the lot, per yard ............. WASH GOODS AT PER YARD 15c Full 30-inch batiste in pretty floral effects and conventional figured designs. The well known Prim rose batiste is included in the showing. A pattern to suit every taste. Extra good qualities. Really worth 20c per yard. Choice of lot .................... I5c WASH GOODS AT PER YARD 25c. Plaid Persian lawn, French lisle voiles and numerous fancy effects are in this assortment. The latest popular weaves that are exact copies of some of the higher priced fancies. In fact a most complete showing of everything Choice per 25C new. yard WHITE GOODS SALE FINEST INDIA LINEN 15c. 30-inch extra fine India linen in two to ten yard lengths. A cloth fully worth 20c per yard. We purchased a quautity before the price advanced and are enabled to offer you the best white goods value yet shown. Price, per yard ....... I5c SHEER PERSIAN LAWN 25c 30-inches wide sheer Persian lawn in an exceptionally fine, evenly woven grade. Fine enough for the most extreme and fashionable gowns. Ask to see this cloth. You will be pleased with its high grade quality. OR» Price, per yard .............«.u|» Staple Goods Sale Full Size $1.25 BedSpreads at $1.00 High grade Marseilles bed spreads woven from the very best grade of long spun cotton and guaranteed to wash soft and pliable. We offer three dozen at a most exceptional price. While they last, each ...................................... $ 1.00 36-INCH 10c SHEETING AT YARD 8c. Fine soft unbleached sheeting, free from starch, or dressing. Ask any body if cotton goods is advancing. You will then surely take advan tage of this opportunity. Price while quantity lasts at yard. . EIGHT GENTS 36-INCH 8 l-3c SHEETING AT YARD 7c. A sheeting in a fine unbleached weave. Not so fine as the 8c grade but a splendid domestic that will wear and give complete satisfaction. When you see it you will want to buy it by the bolt. Price, per yard . SEVEN GENTS Ready-to-Wear . The ready-to-wear department is aglow with all the lat est style ideas. We have out done all previous efforts and now invite you to a stock that in style and excell ence of workmanship is unsurpassed, and in low priced ness is unapproached. JUMPER SUITS WASH SUITS AT $9.00. $10.00 JUMPER SUITS AT $7.50 The material is a good quality English worsted Panama and the trimmings are of fine silk braids very neatly applied. Skirt is full flounced and entire suit is finished in a thoroughly first class Sale price, each ............... $7.50 Hgh grade suits made in cut away coat or jumper style. The material is a good quality cotton Eolienne in white, blue or tan. Trimmings are of wash braid. r«r.....................$9.oo Silk Suits Worth $30,00 at $25.00 High grade silk suits in both shirt waist and jumper styles. The ma terials are plain and fancy silks of all kinds. The trimmings are in ex quisite taste and comprise all manner of adoptions. Regular prices are $27.50, $28.00 and $29.50. No charge for alterations. Sale price, each .......................... $25.00 TAILOR MADE SUITS, $15.00. Stylsh Eton jacket suits made up of good quality suitings in cheeks and many fancies. The styles are both Eton and poney coat style. You will tiexer expect such suit value as this for the price named. But they are here at .. $15.00 TAILORED SUITS AT $25.00. Some of the swellest models of the season are here at the price named. Etons, blouse and poney coat in great profusion. The trim mings are high class braids and stylish tailor stitchings The lin ings are of high grade taffeta silk. All colors and fancies are in the X i ce a ". pr : cc :.........$25.00 Sate of MILLINERY HATS WORTH $10 ON SALE AT $4.85. Any hat in the store and includ ing all fancy trimmed pattern goods, are thrown into one as sortment and priced for a rapid clearance. Choice ^8 QC of the lot ............... HATS WORTH UP TO $15 AT $9.85. Beautiful pattern creations includ ind such well known goods as "Fisk,", Keith and Gage iare of fered to you in this sale. All styles are here, one to suit every p": ,. Sale ...............$9.85 pair .......................... 20c Hosiery at 15 Cents Ladies' full fashioned seamless hose woven from high grade cotton and first class in every respect. A grade of hosiery that you will be unable to duplicate for less than 20c. All sizes. On sale at per yard .................................... SAMPLE HOSE AT 25c| Five dozen sample hose in full fashioned ladies size. Fancy striped effects in black and also brown grounds. All sizes. Price 25C per pair $1.00 SATINE UNDERSKIRTS AT 85c. Black satine underskirts, made of a good quality of skirting and fin ished with a deep flounce. Some fancy stitched and some tucked. A splendid opportunity. Sale price, choke of lot ................... 85C 35C Hosiery Underpriced Fast Black Hosiery at Pair 10c Fine evenly woven fast black hosiery in all sizes. A thoroughly good wearing quality and easily worth 15. To clean up the line we offer twenty dozen at per TEH CENTS I5c SAMPLE HOSIERY AT PAIR 50c. A good assortment of plain and lace hose in tan, blues, reds and fancy combinations. Regular 75c qualities. All sizes are here. Price ' w per pair ....................W||V Sale of UNDERSKIRTS $1,25 WASH SKIRTS WORTH AT 95c. Underskirts made of a good qual ity of wash gingham in the reg ular striped designs. Known qual ities that will wash splendidly and for practical service garments they are unexcelled. Sale price, choice .......... 95c Sale of UNDER Ladies* Sleeveless Vests at 10c Sleeveless vests made from a fine bleached cotton with edge trimmed neck and sleeves tape drawn. Perfectly finished in evry way Sizes 4, 5 and 6. Sale Try nruTn price, each ............................................ I Cll UlNIO Ribbed Vests at IWenty-fiOe Cents Genuine Richelieu ribbed goods. Knit from a high grade cotton and nicely trimmed at neck and shoulders with lace edgings \ garment usualy sold at 35c or three for $1.00. While quantity lasts all sizes 4 to 6, --------— price, each ....................... KNIT UNION SUITS AT 35c. Ladies full, well made union suits, knit from a fine bleached yarn and nicely trimmed at neck and shoulders with torchon edgings. Bottoms are in full umbrella shape, lace trimmed. Price TWENTY-FiVE CENTS KNIT DRAWERS AT 25c. Both plain finished, close fitting and wide umbrella style, lace trim med. are in the lot. Knit from line bleached yarn and nicely fin ished in every way. All regular sizes. 4. 5 and 6 are OC» here. Price ................ ZUU i Holman, Florence Johnson and Bert James Cannon, Julia Foley, Isabelle Jeffreys. Goes to Flathead. With the closing of school, many of the teachers leave for their homes in ottier states. Prof. Silloway, who will be the superintendent of the high school next year, will leave within the next month for the Uni versity Biological station in Flat head county. He will be accompanied by Arthur Lehman and Charlie Fow lei, who will spend their vacation over in that beautiful part of the state. High School Exercises. The high school class day exer cises will be held in Culver's hall, Thursday evening, May 23rd, begin ning at 8:30 o'clock. Admission will be free and everyone is cordially in vited to be present A block of seats will be reserved for the re'atives and special friends of the graduates. Ad mission to these seats will be by complimentary tickets distributed by members of the class. No individual reservation will be made. An inter esting program has been prepared for this occasion. Commencement exercises will be held in the same hall the next even ing Friday, May 24th. No admission will be charged to this exercise. The following program will be rendered: Instrumental Solo, Fifth Nocturn. .................. Miss Fern Peck Address, Relation of the Public School to the State ............ .............. Judge E. K. Cheadle Instrumental Solo, The Song of The Bird ... Miss Eunice Smith Presentation of Displomas ........ ............Principal A. G. Crane Instrumental Solo, La Zelle ...... ......... Miss Genevieve Beasley Ten Graduates. Seven young ladies and thred boys will receive diplomas Friday evening, having completed the four years' course given by the local high school. The graduates are as fol ios: Lydia Angeline Anderson Alma Louise Allan, Carl von Tobel, Harry Owen Briggs, Ruby Jane Clif ford, Henry Rarlow Cheadle, Linn Langdon Corbly, Elsie Hobensack, Fanny Belle Stuart and Amanda Sturman. The class officers arc: President, Amanda Sturman; Secretary, Louise Allan; Treasurer, Harry Briggs. The class colors are green and white and the class motto is "Este Fidelis." For a cold or a cought take Ken nedy's Laxative cough syrup. It is BETTER than any other cough remedy because its laxative principle sjeaq jt autes aqi je pue sp.woq aqj jo uoijae snotdoo 'Xqjjcaq e sajnsse irritation of the throat, strengthens the bronchial tubes and allays in flammation of the mucous membrane. Contains honey and tar, pleasant to take. Children like it. Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law. Sold by Phillips' Drug Co. De MORE BUZZ WAGONS"COMING Five New High Grade Automobiles Due to Arrive Very Shortly. Five more, powerful, high grade automobiles are due to arrive in the city within the next thirty days, bringing the total number of "Buzz" wagons in Lewistown up to fifteen. John L. Bright's new 45-horse pow er Lazier come in Thursday even ing and Mr. Bright gave it a thorough workout Friday. The machine is a beauty in every sense of the word and takes the hills around Lewistown without any let up in speed. G. J. Bach, Harry Yaeger, M. L. Woodman and J. T. Wunderlin last week put in orders for four new 50 horse power Nationals and these ma chines will arrive in the city about the middle of June. The National is considered one of the greatest ma chines on the market and holds the world's record for a 24-hour run. Austin W. Warr is daily expecting the arrival of his recently ordered Franklin. The Franklin is a magnifi cent machine and the one Mr. Warr has ordered is the 1907 model and possesses all of the latest improve ments. When your back aches it is almost invariably an indication that some thing is wrong with your kidneys. Weak, diseased kidneys frequently cause a break down of the entire sys tern. DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills afford prompt relief for weak kidneys, backache, inflammation of the bladder and all urinary troubles. Sold by Phillips' Drug Co. Carbon paper for sale at the Dem ocrat office. tf ( HARRIMAN IS FOUND GUILTY Special Agents Report That Hia Railroads Have Been Acting Contrary to Rate Law. New York, May 15.—A portion of the recommendations of Attorneys Frank B. Kellogg and Charles Sever ance to the interstate commerce commission concerning the Harriman railroad investigation have been pub lished here. It reviews the testi mony, and holds that railroad compe tition is suppressed in an area equal to one-third of the United States; that the contracts between the Union Pa cific and Rock Island for the control of the Alton railroad, as well as the contracts between the Union and Southern Pacific and the control of the Illinois Central and the San Pedro road, are all in violation of the Sherman anti-trust law. It recommends that the attorney general institute proceedings to an nul all these agreements. It also recommends that there should be new and effective laws to prevent inflation of stocks ,and de clares that the profits of the great railroads of the far west are being used to buy stocks and control sys tems in the east, instead of building more roads for the development of the west, as they should be. Washington, May 15.—The recom mendations of Messrs. Kellogg and Severance in regard to the Harriman railroads are not yet accepted nor confirmed by the interstate com mission, so that they at present stand merely as recommendations to the commission and are not the report of the commission itself. Commissioners Harlan and Knapp of the interstate commerce com mission say that the commission has not made any report on the subject so far. Chicago, May 15.—Frank B. Kel logg, special attorney for the govern ment in the affairs of the Harriman lines, who is in Chicago tonight, said: "That story from New York, out lining supposed recommendations by me to the interstate commerce com mission, sounds like a rehash of my closing arguments in the case April 4. Then I suggested legislation to correct certain evils relative to the community of interests. A copy of IF YOU HAVE MONEY, deposit it with us; IF YOU NEED MONEY, borrow it of us; IF YOU WANT TO SELL A NOTE, show it to us; IF YOU WANT TO BUY A DRAFT, come to us; IF YOU HAVE PAPERS YOU WANT COLLECT ED, bring - them to us; IF IT IS NOT CONVENIENT TO COME TO THE BANK, write to us. EMPIRE BANK S TRIISI COMPANY. LEWISTOWN, - MONTANA | MORTON & MARTIN^ Real Estate Commission Agents Lang Building LeWistoWn, 'Montana Fire and Life-Insurance, Plate-Glass and Accident INSURANCE L Our Spring List of City and Ranch Property is now ready at our office for inspection—or mailed on application. : : ; ' : .j my address was returned to me for the customary corrections and the corrected copy was forwarded to Washington a week ago. I have made no statement to anyone regard ing this case, and don't intend to."