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NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Won
Lost. Pet.
Brooklyn .............
...... 60
35
.632
Boston ....................
..... 55
38
.591
Philadelphia ........
...... 56
41
.577
New York ..............
...... 50
40
.521
Chicago ........... .......
...... 40
55
.455
St. lrnuis
46
59
.438
Pittsburg ...........
41,
53
.436
Cincinnati .............
...... 40
07
.374
AMERICAN
LEAGUE.
Won. Lost.
Pet
Boston .................
...... 60
44
.577
Chicago :..................
...... 61
46
.570
t'leveland ...............
...... 59
45
.567
New York .........
...... 55
49
.52 )
Detroit ...................
...... 57
51
.528
St. Louis .............
..... 56
51
.523
Washington
..... 51
53
.490
Philadelphia .......
20
80
.200
NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE.
Won. Lost
Pet.
Spokane ...............
59
40
,5<m:
Butte .......................
51
48
.515
Tacoma ...............
..... 61
48
.515
Seattle ...............
52
56
.48!
Great Falls ...........
... 42
50
.457
Vancouver ..........
..... 45
56
.446
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Kansas City ............
..... 65
42
.607
Louisville
..... 63
45
.58;'
Indianapolis ...........
..... 57
49
.538
St. Paul ....................
..... 52
50
-510
Minneapolis ...........
.... 54
54
.500
Toledo ..............
..... 50
53
.485
Columbus .............
.... 43
59
.422
Milwaukee ............
..... 38
70
.352
WESTERN
LEAGUE.
Won.Lost. Pet
Omaha ....................
. ... 67
:;5
.<.57
Lincoln ................
..... 61
44
.537
Sioux t'itv ...............
..... 49
51
.490
lies Moines ..............
... 50
52
.490
Wichita ...................
..... 49
54
.476
Denver ...................
.... 48
.475
Topeka ......................
..... 45
55
.450
St. Joseph ............
..... 43
57
.430
COAST LEAGUE.
Won.
Lost. Pet..
Los Angeles ............
..... 67
49
.578
San Francisco ........
..... 64
59
.520
Salt Lake ... .............
..... 62
58
.517
Vernon ....................
.... 56
57
.496
Portland .................
53
52
.505
Oakland ..................
..... 47
75
.385
COAST LEAGUE.
At Los Angeles—
Portland, 2;
Vor
non, 1.
At Salt Lake City
—Oakland, 2;
Sait
At San Francisco—Los AngeleH,
San Francisco, 8.
ALIAS SUMMONS.
In the District Court of the Tenth Ju
dicial District of the Statu of Mon
tana. In and for the County of Fer
gus.
Jane Smith, ns Guardian of the Pa
late of John William Smith, Marion
Hose Smith and George Joseph Smith,
Minors, Plaintiff, vs. Minnie J. Tenney,
Harry S. Tenney, Ruth Tenney and
Oilman IT. Tenney, Defendants.—Alias
Summons.
The State of Montana sends greeting
to the above-named Defendants;
You are hereby summoned to an
swer the complaint in this action,
which is tiled in the ofilce of the Clerk
of this Court, a copy of which is here
with served upon you, and to tile your
answer and serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff's attorneys within twenty
days after the service of this Sum
mons, exclusive of the day of service;
nnd in ease of your failure to appear
and answer, judgment will lie taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
"The said action is brought to ob
tain a decree of said Court for the
foreclosure of a certain mortgage,
dated the 20th day of June, 1914, and
recorded in the office of the County
Recorder of Fergus County, Montana,
on the (ith day of November, 1914, In
hook 10 of mortgages at page 295
thereof and described in the said com
plaint, executed by the aforesaid de
fendants, Minnie J. Tenney, Harry S.
Tenney, Ruth Tenney and Gilman H.
Tenney to the plaintiff, to secure the
payment of a certain promissory note
made by them to plaintiff, hearing
even date with said mortgage, for the
principal sum of One Thousand Five
Hundred Sixty Dollars, payable on or j
before April 30th, 1917, with interest j
from April 30th, 1914, at eight perl
cent per annum, until paid, interest
payable annually on April 30th each
year after date, said complaint al
leging that the said defendants have
defaulted in the payment of the an
nual interest due and payable on said
note and mortgage, according to the
terms thereof, payable on the 3 0th
day of April, 1915, and the interest
due and payable on said note on the
30th day of April, 1910, and that by
reason thereof the said debt repre
sented by said note and mortgage, ac
cording to the terms thereof, became
due and collectible and plaintiff elects
to declare and does declare the whole
of said debt due and collectible and
the right to foreclose said mortgage,
together with interest remaining uti- I
paid; that the mortgaged premises de- |
scribed in said mortgage may he sold |
tmd the proceeds thereof applied to j
tile payment of said note with interest i
thereon as aforesaid and costs of suit, {
including an attorney's fee of Two j
Hundred Dollars; reference is hereby
made to the complaint on file in said
cause for further particulars, and in
case such proceeds are not suflicient
to pay the same, then to obtain an
execution against the said defendants
for the balance remaining unpaid, and
also that said defendants and all per
sons claiming by, through or under
them, or any of them, may lie barred
snd foreclosed of all right, title, claim,
lien, equity of redemption and inter
est in and to said mortgaged premises
snd fur general relief."
j
I
Witness my hand and the seal of
said Court, this 29th day of July, 191G.
(Foal of Court 1 JAMES L. MARTIN,
Clerk.
By ALVIN MARTIN. Deputy Clerk.
Blackford & lluntoon. Attorneys for
Plaintiff, Lewistown, Montana.
First publication Aug. 3-lt
SUPERBAS SHUT OUT CUBS.
Score i{. H. E.
Chicago .................................... 0 2 3
Brooklyn ................................. 6 11 1
Batteries- Vaughn, Prendegast, Mc
Connell and Wilson, Elliott; Cheney
and Miller.
DIVIDE HONORS.
First, game—Score—- B. II. 1C.
St. Louis ....... 3 3 1
New York ......................... 0 7 2
Batteries—Doak and Gonzales; Ben
ton, Smith and llaride- , Kocher.
Second game—Score: it. II. 1C.
St. Louis ........................... 4 0 2
New York ................. 3 10 u
Batteries—Steele and Snyder: Per
ritt aud Hariden, Kocher.
REDS TAKE ONE, LOSE ONE.
Pirst game—Scot"!: 1:. 11. !C
Cincinnati ..... ..... 0 :t "
Philadelphia 1 I) 0
Batteries—Schulz and Wingo; Alex
ander and Killil'or.
Second game—Score: R. li. !C.
Cincinnati ................................ S la 2
Philadelphia ......................... 7 10 •!
Batteries-- Mitchell and Wingo; Bed
lent, Ooschgor, McQufllen and Burns.
POSTPONED.
Pittsburg at Boston, postpone
grounds.
,1; wet
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
At Kansas City—Kansas City, 12;
Toledo, 7.
At Minneapolis—Minneapolis, 3—3;
Louisville, 5—-13.
At St. Paul—St. Paul, 4—4; India
napolis, 7—5.
At Milwaukee—Milwaukee, 1; Co
lumbus, 3.
ELECTRICS OUTPLAYED.
Groat Falls ..............
Batteries —- liars tad
Clark and Haworth.
It. II. K.
7 t-1 1
3 in 1
Siicoly;
BUTTE WINS SLUGGING MATCH.
Score— It. II. 13.
Vancouver .................... 12 20 3
Butte .....................................17 IS 2
Batteries Callahan, Baram, Russell
and Cheek; Meiklo, McGinuity and
Jones.
TIGERS DRAW A BLANK.
Score— it. It. 13.
Tacoma ...........,........................ 0 3 1
Seattle ................................. 4 7 1
Batteries—Sutherland and Baldwin;
Wolfram and T. Cunningham.
WESTERN LEAGUE.
No games played.
American League j
Score—
Boston ........
Chicago .......
Batteries—
and Sclialk.
it. H.
3 13
1 10
Shore and Cady; Scott
MACKMEN BREAK HOODOO.
Score— It. II. 13.
Philadelphia ............................ 7 8 2
Detroit ................................ 1 4 2
Batteries—Bush and Haley; Dubuc,
Cunningham, Mitchell aud Baker, Mc
Kee.
INDIANS DEFEAT YANKS.
Score— R. II- K.
New York .................................... 3 10 1
Cleveland .............................. B 10 0
Batteries—Shawkey and Nunamak
-er; Coveleskie, Klepfer and Coleman,
O'Neil.
DURAND AN ISSUE
(Continued from Page One.)
W 0 arc
Hughes decl
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(ion for its preparedness policy, which
lie declared inadequate, asserted that
he regarded "reasonable prepared- j
nss a primary duty," and purposed if
elected "to see that it is discharged
to tiie credit of the American people."
, spirited pople," Mr. |
red. "We are a people
who can protect ourselves. We are
not too proud to fight."
Much of the nominee's address was
devoted to the Mexican situation and
the calling of the national guard to
service on the border. There had
been warnings lor two years that
America should he prepared, Mr.
Hughes said, yet when the time came
to put an army on the border "to do
police service" there was presented j
"a spectacle showing inefficiency of
the first magnitude."
The administration's embargo on
arms to Mexico was criticized as
''fast and loose—no policy."
"I don't think it a rash statement,"
the nominee said. "I think it is war
ranted by the facts to say that any
American soldier killed in Mexico is
killed by American bullets that we
have let go over the border."
j Mr. Hughes referred to an address
I to the senate by Senator Lewis of Il
linois.
"He did not like some statements
of mine," the nominee said. "They
distressed him. 1 am glad of it. That
was tlie intention, but there wasn't
a word in what I said that he or any
body else could answer."
The punitive expedition to Mexico,
Mr. Hughes said,
punitive."
was only called !
! address was devoted to reiteration of
| hta views on the need for industrial
j Postmaster John M. Miller of Buf
1 falo is a business visitor in the city.
"The only punishment inflicted was
punishment inflicted on ourselves,"
he said. "We punished nobody else."
A large proportion of the nominee's
co-operation and preparation for com
mercial competition by Europe after!
the w * r -
O--
UPHILL G1E
CHAMPION STANFORD TEAM BE
LIEVED THEY HAD THE GAME
TIED UP IN A SACK.
LOCALS RALLY IN THE 7TH UNO 8TH
know how n hall gam
l until the Heat man i
it is one of the big feu
alien the national gam
gr<
i lent
LI i
lav that saw
in'routhpuw, mo
>*rrt in almost i
r as fast as th
,'d in I
Liese,
th,
:-venlh inniii;
til]
tli
the
right on the
nid base and
Isitors.
Stanford begun '■'<
Jump, llood hit (iv
Warner sacrificed him to second and |
(vn« himself safe on first. Grady hit |
safely to short, filling the
ante W. Anderson, who
one to tile left field fei
oaees. I lib-rid t iiit to short and while
being thrown out at first. Anderson
scored, making a total of four runs,
the next two men striking out.
Things looked dark for the local
I'll in. The visitors finished their run
getting in the fourth inning. After
Ryan and Ed Anderson hud fanned,
Liese hit to renter field and took sec
ond base on a wild pitch. Hoolc hit
to shortstop, Who made a Lad throw
to first, These taking third. Hook
stole second, anil Warner's smash over
:
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i
■liimes park |
tlie Mlnne-1
wn the li
two, t!
u cd him
Up to t
a a In fa
second
si mi k
-d Lie
- the
vistuwi
ind II
,li. (Trudy
e one
to left
fie!
1. Daniels one* to
<>f
lor !i<
kl am
Uri
nicy one to right
ie
<!. T)
lese t
tree
hits resulted >n
Ur
idy ,sc(
>ring,
mil
Kiniels and Ilrin
ley
on th
rd am
see
rnd. The bleaeh
er
crowd
move.
do\
•n on the field at
hi
: point
and g
tve ;
sample of Ihirty
(hi
•«1 (leg
roe m
ding
whioh helped to
the goat o
' lh(
nforesail! ldeso,
wh
m lost
eont.ro
am
hit Hanson with
hi
lira!
hall i
itrhf
d. MeQuade hi*.
Hiene
mil Wr
S til
rown out at first.
Sr
id y th
en thr
ew
he bull to Hook
Mil
third
O eatI
h l>.
niels off the base
an
1 the h
ill W( i
t wil
d and 1 iiuiiels and
»r
tdv. w
ho wn
nn
ning for Brinley,
Is-,
ring.
While
1 Ull
lap at short was
(hr
t wing
out 1'
i lit
ks at first. Han
SMI
scon
d. Uishop
out, Dunlap to
'lie' m
xt ini
ing
saw the undoing
Ml'
the Ji
dith 1
as in
champions. Mor
g;,
i fa mu
*d.
Hi. 1
s hit through the
nnd hi
isemu.1
: Hi
ad.v sent a fly to
VVj
rner
vhieh
he (
onl'in't hold and
Hi
•kw Wi
i* safe
on
second. Daniels
MOl
t a Ha
e one
to i e
liter field, scoring
Hi
•ks. 1
rinley
Pick
ed. out a good one
th;
t rein
Vied t
le s
-oroboard on tlie
center f
eld fe
ice
and Brady and
!>:
niels i
tme h
ime.
Hanson hit safe
Dunlap's
the eighth
lot liner to
was throw
ght off tin
1 1 i n g.
in t'igi
in-ad
tally
and Urinlo
McQuad
m third am
at first, ho
This ciolc
ire
|
Stnnforl .....
. 4 0 0
2 0
0
0 0
0
-6 !
Lewibtown ..
0 0 0
Stanton
0 0
.
0
4 4
0
-8 !
Players—
A 1
. n
IT.
PO
A
Fa.
Honk. 3b.
.......... 5
2
1
1
2
1
Warner, 21.
......... 4
1
1
0
1
1
Oradv, lb.
........ 5
1
1
10
0
0
\V. Anderson
of..... 4
1
2
1
1
0
Flit croft, If.
.......... 4
0
0
1
0
0
Dunlap. B8.
........... 4
0
1
0
1
1
Kyan, c.......
........... 4
0
1
11
0
1
F. Amlersun,
rf....... 4
0
0
0
0
0
Liese, p. .....
........... 3
1
1
0
1
0
Perkins, rf.
........... 0
0
0
0
0
0





Totals ......
..........3 7 G
Lewistown.
8
24
G
4
Players—
A1
. It.
IT.
P<)
A.
K.
Bishop, ss. -
........... 4
0
0
2
2
o
Morgan, lib.
........... 1
0
1
1
1
0
<\ Hicks, rf.
........... 4
1
1
2
0
1
Ihady, lb. ..
........... 4
2
3
8
0
2
Daniels, If.
........... 4
2
2
0
0
1
Brindley, r.
. ...... 4
2
3
1 l
1
0
Hanson, c-f.
........... 3
1
1
1
0

M( : hu:tid, 21
........ 4
0
0
2
l
0
H. Hicks, p.
......... 3
0
0
0
2
1






Totals .....
............3 1
8
11
27
7
5
Stanford
Stolen
........... 4(10 200 000— 6
LeWigtown ............... 000 000 4 lx— 8
Summary: Sacrifice hits—Hanson,
Liese. Three-base hits—-Brindley (2).
liases—Brady (2), Daniels,
Brindley, Warner, Grady. Hit by
pitched hall—Hanson by Liese. Struck
nut—By Liese, 7; by Hicks, 11. Left
on bases—Lewtstown, 4; Stanford, 7.
Rases on balls, none. Time—-2 hours
10 minutes. Umpires—Frislde and
Lucas. Attendance, 700.
Two
Hymin
and 1.
Notes.
games were scheduled at
park yesterday—I farlowton
istown. at 2 o'clock, and Stan
ford and Lewistown at 5 o'clock. The
lirst game tvas canceled on account
of the late arrival of the Ilarlowton
nine, who came up from the Meagher
county metropolis in automobiles.
An old head like Brady is a danger
ous element to the success of an;
visiting nine. He began the batting
rally in the seventh—and there goes
vour old bull game.
_
Stanford brought along with them
some royal rooters, but they kept still
after that fatal seventh.
— —
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ^
Department of the Interior, IT. S.
Land Office at Lewistown, Montana,
July 25, 191G.
is hereby given that
. .. ,
1 made UuincsLcad kntn|
MARY' J. GORHAM,
f Lewistown, Montana, who, on May
, made Homestead Entry, No.
032415, for lot 8, of Sec. 7, and lots 1,
* ln ' l 5 ' °5, Sp . c j. 8 ' l . p ' 1
"° nt ? l na Mend.an hai. med notic e *
establish claim"Vo tiY l imi al'iove '.lo
ril , e .j beforR Register and Receiver
at Lewistown, Montana, on the 28th
day of August, 191G.
Claimant names as witnesses
John T Clegg Grace Clegg, Charles'
I Long, Henry C. Gorham, all of Lewis
town, Montana.
H. J. KELLY, Register.
I First publication July 27-5t
TO SERVE ON
COMMISSION
SECRETARY LANE AND JUSTICE
BRANDEIS ARE SELECTED TO
MEET THE MEXICANS.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 9.—White
[louse officials expect to announce to
morrow the name of the third man
chi :,an by President Wilson to serve
W *1U Secretary Franklin K. Lane of
the interior department and Associ
ate Justice Louis 1). lirandeis of the
supremo court, on the joint commis
sion which will strive for a settle
ment of border disputes between the
United States and the de facto gov
ernment of Mexico. Until tlte third
ci mmissionor has accepted, formal an
nouncement of the American person
nel of the commission will be with
held.
- o —
GIGANTIC CHOP LOSSES IN I). S. AND
CANADA SEnO liai SKYWARD
(Continued from Page One.)
to buy cleared (lie market, at inter- i
vain almost completely hare of offer
ings and forced the market higher i
and higher until tlie May delivery
touched 31.53'/i, a price just 1314c
under the topmost level on record in
the violent fluctuations of the first '
year of the European war.
Foreign buying on a huge scale ap
parently had much to do with the
extreme prices in tlie last hour of to
day's session,
it was estimated that export busi
ness today totalled 1,600,000 bushels
for immediate shipment, without in
cluding big purchases made of options
on future deliveries. The late buying
also scented to make clear that many j
bearish speculators who had attempted j
to capitalize the qhance of an immo- 1
diate downward swing in prices wore :
badly punished for the tactical error
and had promptly decided to accept :
heavy losses rather than to risk wait- ,
iiig for possibly better or worse for- i
tunc tomorrow.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OF PROPERTY AT PRI
VATE SALE.
in the District Court of tlie Tenth ■
Judicial District of tlie State of Mon-1
tana, in and for the county of Fergus. [
In the Matter of tlie Estate of William j
J. Ettien, Deceased.
Notice is hereby, given that in pur-1
suance of an order duly made by the |
district court in aud for Fergus coun
ty, state of Montana, on the 22nd day
of July, 1916, in the matter of the
estate of William J. Ettien, deceased,
the undersigned administrator of said
estate, will sell at private sale to tlie
highest bidder, for cash, lawful money
of the United States, and subject to
the confirmation of said court, on the
19th day of August, 1916, at ten
o'clock a. m. in the forenoon of said
day, all tlie right, title, interest and
estate of tlie said William J. Ettien
at the time oi' his death in the prop
erty hereinafter described and all the
right, title and interest that said es
tate has acquired by operation of law
and otherwise, other than or in addi
tion to that of said deceased at tlie
time; of liis death, in and to all that
certain property, situated in Fergus
county, state of Montana, to-wit:
Tlie northeast quarter, tlie east half
of the southwest quarter, and tlie west
half of the southeast quarter of sec
tion nineteen, lot one, the east half
of tlie northwest quarter, tlie west halt
of the northeast quarter, the east half
of tlie southwest quarter, and the
south half of the southeast quarter
of section thirty, and tlie southwest
quarter of tlie southwest quarter of
section twenty-nine, all in township
thirteen north of range twelve cast;
and also the southeast quarter of tlie
northwest quarter and tlie southwest
quarter of the northeast quarter of
section nine, in township twelve north
of range twelve east, Montana prin
r.ipal meridian in Montana, together
containing eight hundred acres, more
or less, according to tiie government
survey thereof, together with all and
singular the tenements, heredita
rnents and appurtenances thereunto
belonging or in anywise appertaining.
Including all water, water rights,
j ditches and flumes appurtenant to or
usually had and enjoyed in connection
with said described premises, em
j traced in contract of sale, dated Nov.
: 8, 1911, between said deceased and
George W. Trask, late of said Fergus
county; that the balance due on said
contract and unpaid is fourteen thou
sand dollars with interest thereon
from November 15, 1915, at the rate of
six per cent, per annum and said pur
chase price is represented by a prom
issory note, and the interest of said
deceased and of said estate in the
4
l
!
: aforesaid described lands amounts to!
said balance unpaid with interest as
aforesaid; and also all tlie right, title,
. interest and estate of the said Wil
,
ham J. Ettien nnd of his said estate
i in and lo said contract of sale of said
j real property, end the moneys to grow
\ duo thereon, with interest, and the
promissory note in connection with
j said contract, represc-nt'ng the bal
; anee due on said contract, and all
j right, title and interest of said de
j ceased and of IBs said estate, in the
J gai( j raatter {;, an ywise.
j Terms and conditions of sale: Cash
i )n Iawfi; i moncy of t h e United States.
to be paid on confirmation of sale- and
assignment of said Interest to the pur
c j )ager _
Bids will be received on said sale
! at the law offices of Blackford & Hun
* ! tooll , rooms 410-12 Bank-Electric
j llllUliillt -'. Lewistown, Montana, the
' I ,lacp for the transaction of business
j or bids may be filed
with the rlcrl; of said district court
1 Dated this the 27th day of July, A.
D - lfl 16.
i CHARLES E. ETTIEN,
I Administrator of the Estate of Wil-1
....... ' ------- -
litim J. Ettien, Deceased.
First publication 8-3-4t.
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July 30th, 1907." Thatmenna
that the United States Govern
ment has granted a patent on the
process by which Prince Albert is
made. And by which tongue bite and
throat parch are cut out! Every
where tobacco is sold you'll find
Prince Albert awaiting you
toppy red bags, 5c; tidy
red tins, 10c; handsome
pound and half-pound
tin humidors and in
that clever crystal
glass humidor, with
sponge - moistenei
top, that keeps the
tobacco in such
fine condition—
alwayal
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LADIES' DAY IRIS AFTERNOON
WHEN HOPE PLAYS HOME TEAM
This afternoon's game will start at
4 o'clock instead of 5 o'clock as usual
and this time tlie Moore lads will be
in tlie diamond with a nine that is
classed with tiie strongest in tlie coun
ty, to again contest with the local
team. This will be the third time
these teams have met. The first
game the Lewistown team was the
victor and iu the second game the
Mot re boys carried off the laurels.
Considering tiie outcome of these two
l games, tlie contest this afternoon
seems certain to be an exciting one.
! Let the ladies remember that they
have r. special invitation to attend
this game free, this being extended
by the officials of the Lewistown
Amusement company.
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PLAYERS SOLD.
SPOKANE, Aug. 9,—Outfielder Ken
neth Williams of the Spokane North
western league team has been sold to
the Portland Pacific Coast league
team, and Pitcher "Rube" Evans has
been sold to the Salt Lake team, ac
cording to announcement Hero to
night by Nil k Williams, manager of
the Spoltane Indians. Deals are pend
ing, Williams also announced, for the
sale to Pacific coast league clubs of
First aBsemau Earl Sheely, Pitcher
"Dutch" Keutlier and Second Base
man Card Gislason.
BARNUM Cl BAILEY CIRCUS.
"Hold your horses, the elephants
are coming!" The giddiest, gayest,
grandest ,g!itteringest galaxy in the
whole wide, wonderful world is trek
king this way and will spread its
acres of tents here on Monday, Aug.
28. If cue doesn't infer from this
this reference is made to the Bar
naul & Bailey Greatest Show on
Earth, tlie publicity man will regard
tlie case as hopeless.
The first advertising car is in the
city today and more than a sccro of
experts arc spreading with tack and
hammer and paste and brush the
flaming lithographic tidings
approach of the big traveling
meat institution. They are under the
direction of Arthur E. Diggs, a well
known circus advertising specialist.
tlie
muse
This is
tlio
innov
it ion of novelty
year, tlie
gre
at ost
of all seasons.
More railroad
cars
are required to
transport.
the
how.
bigger teats are
laised, more
irea i
i needed to ac
commodate the
show
ban over before.
In fact,
tlie
treus
lias reached a
point wh?
rc it.
is tlie
despair of many
tlietr facilities to Urn lini
n j n( , 01U - S arc needed t
of the smaller railroads and taxes
niit, f ir eighty
convey the
:tnvas vagrant from town
!
;
!
gigantic
to town.
There's material enough in this
year's circus to mal e a dozen cir
cuses of the old days. A "big top"
680 feet. long, nearly 1,500 employes,
three rings, four elevated platforms,
acres of aerial apparatus, a 108-cage
menagerie 750 horses, 40 elephants, a
street parade three miles long.
The stereotyped "grand entree,"
with which the circuses were content
to open their program for many
years, lias been permanently elimi
nated from the Uarnum Sc Bailey tour
nament. This season the uremic en
tertainment is inaugurated by the
spectacular Pageant "Persia"—nr the
Pageants of tlie Thousand and One
Nights."
The subsequent three-hour arenie
performance, below and aloft, scorns
all comparisons and breaks all rec
ords of the past. Every one of the
500 participants is a champion in
cquestrianic, aerialistic, cquilibristic,
acrobatic or gymnastic effort.
Trained animals arc in' great va
riety. A feature is the only baby gi
raffe in captivity.
By tar the largest shipment of
sheep ever made in this section Will
be billed from Roy over the Milwau
kee August 10 and 15. One hundred
double-decked cars have been ordered
from tii" railroad company to accom
modate about 20,000 bead of sheep.
The.-- e sheep have been purchased
by William Rea, Jr., of Billings from
the Coburn Sheep company of Helena.
They will be driven from Malta across
tlie Missouri river and loaded at Roy.
Tlie sheep are billed to Story & Work
of Bozeman and will be unloaded at
Three Forks for grazing purposes.
The l
THE NEW
•d pantaloon;
>w pale blue, and under the steel
its, similar to the burgonets of
.riddle ages, the hardened faces
o nidus speak of battles. But
m arc still to tic had at the kiosk ;
'mm Iho little pushcarts; chil
still play noisily in the court
or dance to the music of a
:o organ grinder; mothers smile
t-cting friends and stop to talk
ever, and the servants gossip in the
irket places.
And yet all these faces, old and
ung, aristocrats and humble, civil
xpressinn.
BARIS. |
of the* uniforms !
chan
on n
or milit
ary, bear
the sai
grave. (
'xpectsnt,
veiled
say thai
t everybo
cly iis,
tan; fin
»w of his
1 VC
while li
fe here ri
ms iis i
It is tin.
* ntmo.-p'
tern iD
which th
e war
on the
French p
•.vole ;
Uno m
the <li
j','-', " i
perhaps create a
i larnai'dini-Sjoesti
izine.
heart's blood,
regular course,
tirdversa! fra
il: ■ impressed
and later shall
->w France.—Mine,
t in Cartoon's Mas
Mil
Di
Atto
Lew
WOOL ON DISPLAY.
Wool clipped from a single three
lar-old ewe was brought into town
:Eterday by Andrew Fergus of the
Loan & Realty company of
five. The weight of the shearing is
26 pounds which, being sold for 30
cents a pound, brings u total of $7.80.
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E. M. Cans, Oliver Readel and
icy N. R. Barncord autoed to
town from Judith Gap yester
( A COURT MEftRINq GIVES HIM HIS LIBERTY.)
VOUR HONOR, I'M CHARQED WITH
6AKBLIN6 BECAUSE I BET A HUNDRgtT
. DOLLARS 104. WORTH OF W-0 CUT--THE t
REAL TOBACCO CHEW--WILL LAST TWICc
AS LONG AS 104- WORTH OF ORDINARY
|ICII tobacco makes a world of difference — there's
satisfaction in store for the fellow who breaks
over to W-B CUT Chewing. Tuck a little bit of
a nibble into yp»r cheek and learn what tobacco satis
faction is—that's Surprise No. 1. Notice how long one
little chew lasts—that's S irpriso No. 2. Rich tobacco and the touch
of salt that keeps bringing out the iiavor arc what make the bid
difference. -t . . *
Something doing, for- dealers that carry W-B CUT—10c a pouch.
Made by WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY, 50 Uaioe Squire, New Yak Gty
Lewistown's Cliautaqua opens next
Saturday evening with a program by
the Ccsmus players .in: (1) "Scenes
Flora Shakespeare," and (2) "Carson
of tlie North Woods." The big tent
will be pitched in tlie same place as
last year, on the corner of Fourth
and Washington streets.
From all over the state come glow
ing accounts of the Chautauqua pro
grams tills year and the week is be
ing pleasantly anticipated in Lewis
town.
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VISITS SAPPHIRE MINES.
County Agriculturist and Mrs. Carl
Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Oleson
motored Sunday to the sapphire mines
near Utica where the men addressed
a gathering of farmers in the district
school house. Mr. Oleson succeeds
W. J. Rupert as instructor in agri
"ye at the Fergus county high
Mr. Peterson expects to spend the
remainder of the week in the eastern
part of tiie county conferring with his
field crop demonstrators. He will
also conduct a black leg vaccination
demonstration east of Roy. On the
trip he expects to make preliminary
arrangements for local fairs in that
i section of the county.
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TO ENTER NORMAL SCHOOL.
Miss May me Biddle, closed a very
successful term of school ■ at Forest
Grove, Tuesday, and gave an enter
tainment in the evening.
Miss Biddle will enter the Normal
school at Dillon, to do some special
work, during her vacation, after which
slie will return and take up her school
work at Forest Grove for the coming
year.
.TDSLIN PEOPLE MARRIED.
Cura J. Christian and David Kelker,
both well known residents of the Jos
lin district, were quietly married in
this city last night, the ceremony be
ing performed by Justice of the Peace
Foley. Mr. Kelker is a prominent
business man of Joslin, owning a
general merchandise store. E. J. Mur
ray and R. C. Day, two Lewistown
boys, were witnesses at the wedding.

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