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We have a telegrav to
-sell two choice lots on
Brooks street, one block
from the new county
high school, on city
water Main, at $300 less
than the market value.
If you want a nice build
ing site or home location
you cani't duplicate this
A new cement block
home, five fine rooms,
thoroughly modern, on
a, fine corner, 50x130,
cement walks, close in,
on South Second street;
price only $3,250. A
great bargain. The
house will rent quickly
for $30 per month.
Rhoades & Rhoades
fReal Estate and Insurance
115 Higgins Ave. Phone 275
HAEN IS ARRAESTD
FOR MISUSING FUNDS
A- man who gave his name as Fred
,Hagen was arrested last night by
Night Chief af Police Pete McDonald
and Officer Vance, ahd is held for
Spokane officers. The man is want
ed in the Inland Empire City for
nt~(apprppriating $250, which he col
lected while acting as agent for, a
music house, and was arrested on a
tip from Spokane residents in this
TO INSPECT ROAD.
C. E. McElroy, expert miner in the
forest service, came tv one city yester
day from his home in Helena and will
leave on this morning's train for Phil
ibbinug, . He will be accompanied by
Supervisor D. G. Kinney of the Mis
soula national forest, who goes to in
spect the new road welch the service
has constructed on Rock creek and to
look after the general field work. Mr.
McElroy will examine several mining
Claims and report on them.
The board of county commissioners
of Missoula county will meet in extra
session Monday, August 2, at 10 a. m.,
and transact such business as may
come before them.
F. W. KUPHAL, County Clerk.
50 To'ordor-made unclaimed two
piece Suits; your choice for....$12
75 Pairs of Trousers; your choice
at ....................................................$ 4 .0 0
Can fit both small, ordinary and big
men. This is not the "chance of a
lifetime," but it is a chance you'll
not have very soon again.
Western Hotel Building.
$100 EACH----45 LOTS
These lots are one mile nearer
the city than Daly addition lots.
Fine water right goes with them.
Nearly new four-room house, good
barn and chicken house (all the im
provements are good); 150 bearing
apple, cherry, pear and plum trees,
large patch strawberries and rasp
berries, two acres in potatoes now,
fine shade trees.
This bunch of fine lots (they must
all be sold together), will be sold
at once at a -sacrifice price, which
is only $100 a lot. Just think a
moment! Other lots a mile further.
from the center of the city, with no
improvements and no water right
are selling at 50 per cent higher
We make you easy terms, too.
This piroperty WE KNOW is a
genuine bargain. Don't wait. Come
at once V( you want your money's
Photne 212 Red. Missoula, Mont,
OLIVER GETS SCIIOO[
SPOKANE COMPANY'S BID FOR
THE WEST SIDE BUILDING
The school board yesterday awarded
the contract for the building of the
new west side school house to the
Oliver Bridge company. The board
met at noon and the bids were opened,
all being made on the plans drawn re
cently by Link & Haire, and, after a
short discussion, the Oliver bid was
accepted. The company made a bid of
$29,600 for the work, subject to slight
variations, according to the material
used, a proposition which will be de
cided upon later, and the other bids
were as follows:
John Moody ...................$32,000
C. H. Finley ..................... 33333
Edward Wagner .................. 31,450
G. H. Woftman & Co............. 31,920
Olson & Johnson.................... 30,600
This is the school which was re
cently decided for in a special electiod,
and it will be built on the site of the
present school, near the Largey mills.
Work has been going on on the ex
cavating and foundation work for some
time and it is nearly ready now for the
contractors. The new school is to be
a fine one, qge of the best in the city,
and, if the hopes of the board are
fulfilled, will be ready by Christmas.
The board also considered the regular
JONES ON JOVBNEY
TEXAS MAN PASSES THROUGH
MISSOULA ON HIS WAY TO
Limping into Missoula with an un
healed broken ankle, W. Ji. Jones yes
terday finished the first 2,500 miles of
his 10,000-mile walk from Dallas, Tex.,
to Nome, Alaska. On April 1, last,
Jones started from the Majestic thea
ter In Dallas, without a cent in his
pocket or a bit of clothing other than
a suit of crepe paper. He Is forced by
agreement to earn his way absolutely,
and so for two and a half days he sold
postcards about the streets of Dallas
before he was able to buy a suit of
clotijos. In this way hoe has traveled
from Texas to Montana, talking on the
streets and selling postcards. All went
well until he reached Bismarck. He
was five days ahead of his schedule
when he got there, but through an un
fortunate accident he broke his ankle.
He was allowed, however, in view
of his accident, to travel by rail from
Bismarck to Sandpoint, Idaho, and
from that point he will take up his
journey on foot. Thi. wa:Kor now has
some 6,500 miles ahead of him, a great
part of which he will travel by boat.
He will, however, have to work his
passage from Seattle to Nome and a
difficulty greater than walking will
probably be experienced there.
Jones carries with him autographs
of some of the famous men in the
country through which he has passed,
among them being the signatures of
W. J. Bryan and four state governors.
His average walk is 34 1-2 miles a
day and at one time he went 72 miles
in 24 hours.
TO RERUN BOUNDARIES.
Deputy Supervisor Russell G. Pond
of the Missoula national forest, left
yesterday for Boarmouth, in the vicin
ity of which he will have work for titf>
next three weeks. His mission is to
rerun the boundaries of the forest. His
headquarters will be at the Redpepper
Jack ranger station, near Bearmouth.
"HAPPY" WILL LEAVE.
"Happy" Harrison, who is making
the trip from Butte to Seattle behind
a donkey, will leave Missoula Monday
morning at 10 o'clock, after a rather
unsatisfactory stay in Missoula. While
here he has been "barking" for an auc
tion sale and was arrested for dis
turbing the peace.
DEATH CAUSED BY KICK.
A message received in Missoula yes
terday morning states that Fred Nash,
whose death occurred In Clayton, N.
M., Wednesday morning, died from the
effects of a kick by a mule. The anl
mal kicked Mr. Nash Monday morning
and inflicted injuries that proved
The second allotment of 1,000 shares
of Lucky Swede Gold & Copper Min
ing company stock, under the com
pany's systemn of distribution, has
been made to Lee J. Warner. George
Porter received the first allotment.
AT THE PAVILION,
All members of the Missoula Dane
ing club are urged to be present at
the pavilion Thursday night.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured.
by local applications, as they cannot ruach the
diseased portion of the ear. There is uniy one
way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu
tiomal remedies. Deafness is caused by an in
namued condition of the mucous lining of the
Eustachian tube. When this tube is inflamed.
you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear.
leg, and when it is entirely closed, deafness is I
the result, and unless the inflammation can be
taken out and this tube restored to Its normal
Condition, hearinf will be destroyed forever;
'sine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh
which is nothing but an Inflamed condition a?
the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of deafness (cals ed by catarrh) that cannot
be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for
circulars, frce. F. J. CHHNEY & CO.
Sold by druggists, 75c Toledo, O.
Take Hal's Family Pills for constipation
FOR THE TRIP
SECRETARY ERFERT OUTLINES
PLAN FOR THE JOURNEY
The western Montana pilgrimage to
the irrigation congress in Spokane wec
fairly started yesterday. At last word
was received from Hamilton and there
was some assurance given that Stev
ensville will help. With the commer,
cial organizations of the three towns
at work on the proposition, there
should be a creditable delegation from
the Bitter Root to Spokane when the
congress meets. Secretary Erfert of
the Missoula Chamber of Cemmerce,
who has been working out the plan
for the pilgrimage, last night outlined
the proposition as follows:
"The program submitted to the
various organizations provides for
leaving Missoula on train No. 5 a!
12:15 a. m. on the morning of August
11, arriving in Spokane at 7:40. Re
turning, they propose to leave Spo
kane on train No. 4, on August 13,
at 1:10 a. m. arriving in Missoula it
"The Northern Pacific has made a
rate of one and one-third fare for
the round trip, amounting to $10.35.
In addition to this, private Pullman
sleeping cars will be placed at the
disposal of the party at a specified
rate per car per day, the expenses
of each car to be pro-rated among
those taking advantage of this most
"The committee feels that each car
Mhould contain 40 delegates and if more
than that are obtained, more than one
car will be placed at their disposal.
The cost of these cars will be con
siderebly less than the necessity for
making search for rooms in Spokane,
since the cars will be at the disposal
of the delegates during the estire per
iod, It is hoped that a large delega
tion will take advantage of this con
gress, since it is of vital interest to
the Pacific northwest and if the en
thusiasm which is now started will
continue there is no reason why west
ern Montana should not be represented
by a marching club of at least 150
Up to the present time the secretary
Of the chamber of commerce Is in
charge of the arrangements and all
those desiring to attend will kindly
confer with him at once, In order that
suitable arrangements can be made to
PRISONER IS LOST
AND FOUND AGAIN
Yesterday morning the habeas cor
pus proceedings instituted to secure
the release of -arry If. Wynactt from
the county jail, were dismissed by
Judge Webster, after Sheriff Graham
had testified that he did not know
where Wynactt was. Afterwards the
prisoner was produced and was ar
raigned on three charges before Jus
tice of the Peace Dyson. He pleaded
not guilty to all three. The purpose
of the action of the sheriff is to re
tain Wynactt until the arrival of an
officer from Spokane, where he is
charged with abandoning his family.
The usual variety was lacking in the
weather yesterday. J. Pluvius has been
banished, temporarily, at least, and the
day was a warm one. The official
score shows a maximum temperature
of 87 for the dlay. The score by in
M axim um ........ ...7.. .. . 7
Minimum .. ..... ....... 46
At 6 a. m.
ThermOmnter .... . .
IBuronm ter ....... . 2 : t8
At 6 p. m.
Thermomot- ... . 85
Uturointer . .... 26:72
In Honor of Miss Lee Thompson.
The Misses Edna and Grace Rankin
entertained at a whist party last even
ing in honor of Miss Lee Thompson,
who is the guest of Miss Ruth Green
ough. Five tables were played and re
freshmentts were served.
Afternoon Card Party.
Mrs. W. F. Robinson and Miss
Frances Robinson gave a pleasant card
party yesterday afternoon, at which ]
five hundred was played. When the
game was finished, a dainty luncheon
Back From Wedding Trip,
Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Freeze returned
last night from their wedding trip
and are stopping at the Savoy hotel.
Mrs. Freeze was formerly Miss Maud
Evans, and she was married a couple
of weeks ago to the doctor at her
home in Melrose.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Hinunelbauer.
who have spent the past year abroad,
have purchased a residence li Helena, f
where they will make their future c
Miss May McCormick, who spent the a
winter in New York city, expects to a
remain east during the summer and
will enjoy a tour through the New
England states en automobile with
For the next 30 dayt' 100 choice
ausidiess lots in Clinton are offered
for sale on easy monthly payments.
?reat opportunity for small invest
tent. Call on Stephens & Somer
'ille, 124 West Main street, Missoula, it
PROCRASTINATION OF NOTARIES
RESULTS IN INACCURACY
Owing to the fact that a number of
the notaries public did not hand tlo
their report for the registration yeo0
terday, the total was somewhat
smaller than that of the previous day.
Had the reports all been turned In,
It is likely that the total would have
been close to 2,600, but, as it Is, there
were only 2,268 persons to register
yesterday. The reports of the notarala
Amalgamated notaries ............ 5
George F. Brooks ............. 18
William Dyson ...... . 139
William T. Graybeal. . . 52
tI. 1). Hull .. ............... 185
W. P. Ketcham .................. 62
Charles N. Madeen ............... 62
W. H. Stmead's offic ............. 210
Eugene Wlessinger ............... 254
Edward Floverson ................ 72
A. K. Anderson ................. 130
Welling Napton . ................ 124
J. L. Wallace .................. 70
0. 13. S. Orr ............... . 145
Oscar Crutchfield ......... ....... 150
Total ...................... 2,268
Smoke Wm. Hooper cigars.
H. J. Hamill, architect, Phone 297.
It. Wood of Butte paid this city a
business visit yesterday.
J. E. Power for soda water.
M. A. Bruce is seriously ill at his
home, 1,003 Stoddard street.
Royal Cafe, 116 West Main street.
P. M. Flood of Portland was a guest
at the Savoy hotel yesterday.
Drink John Gund's Peerless beer.
Don't forget to look for "Carma."
H L Hull of Spokane was a guest
at the Missoula hotel yesterday.
K. C. Weodiu of Saltese was a busi
ness visitor in the city yesterday.
Missoula Ice Co., Phone 310 black.
Billiards and pool. 107 East Front.
Emit Lennarson of Wallace spent
yesterday on business in this city.
Marsh, the undertaker. Phone 321.
F. P. Keith, Insurance. Florence hotel
L. S. Westfall of Seattle is in the
city looking after business affairs.
Missoula Ice Co., Phone 310 black.
Dr. Willard, osteopath, 1st Nat. bank.
F. P. Dillinger of Spokane is in the
city for a day or two on business.
Public stenographer, Dawson, 5 Dixon
C. Ferguson, insurance, real estate.
Mrs. F. A. Martin of Butte spent
yesterday with friends in this city.
James M. Rhoades, fir4 insurance.
Petter butter at Reilly's Busy Cor
Henry Tupp of Helena was a busi- t
ness visitor in the city yesterday.
Smoke Charles tie Great and Bul
E. M. Hall of Helena was attending
to business in this c'ty yesterday.
R. W. Kemp, insurance. Duncan
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ham of Ana
conud are visiting friends in Missoula.
Will meet you in a few days.
D. Dowd of St. Ignatius attended to s
business matters in this city yester
The Public Land Guide will locate
you without registration.
C. HI Gptchell of Great Falls reg
istered at the Florence hotel yester
Have your clothes pressed at Lem
ly's next to Missoula hotel.
Ella H. Selling of Spokane is visit
ing friends in this city for a day or
Missoula Ice Cu, Phone 310 black.
Charles W. Donnally of St. Ignatius
was in the city yesterday on busi
For picture framing go to the Elite
Frame Shop, 120 Itiggins avenue.
C. A. Clarke came over from his
home in Helena yesterday to look after
The Public Land Guide points the
way to free unreserved land.
Prompt messenger sgrvice, Phone 75.
P. B. Duren of Seattle arrived in the
city yesterday to attend to business
Dr. J. Louise Smith, osteopath, 114
West Main. Phone 618.
Ask for Gilt Edge bread, Howell &
Ross, grocers and bakers.
Joseph E. Baer and Leon J. Smith
of Helena were visitors in the city
Drink Joel B. Frazier at the Oxford.
"Every swallow makes a friend."
Dr. J. R. Ward, veterinary surgeon.
Office phone, 33; residence phone,531.
Charles A. Brinkley of Spokane
spent yesterday attending to business
in this city.
Savoy Manicuring Parlors. Located
in hotel basement. Nettle C. Tillisch.
Dr. G. H. Putney, office in Fedder
sohn block, Higgins Ave. Phone 397i.
W. D. Carver and Ed Crumley. of
Mullen attended to business in this
Dr. Hanson of Butte, Mont.,, Visits
any part of the state for consultations
and general surgery.
L. L. Chapman and I. W. Moss of
Colma were business visitors in the'
city on Friday.
R. Gwinn, M. D., Eye, ear, nose and
throat. First National bank block.
You can file on valuable land with- i
out registering. Consult the Public
D. Frank Marsan of Lewiston was I
in the city yesterday attending to l
business mat tems.
* Coen-fisher Company Juccessor to Cordz-fisher Company I
1 he qolden Rule
Jpecial Laturday Price Reductions
prevail throughout every department of your most popular trading place for today only,
and the special prices nameid here are bu t a sample of the good things this store has
arranged for your choosing tiolay. That the heat and crush of the afternoon may be
avoided, eauly shopping is urged.
I~omen's Summer Underwear priced .ess--,Dainty, Cool
and Comfortable Garments for 7hese jfot bays
While Nuriss Ribbed Vodts-With taped 1Heauli fa/ bill~ Vests-I-andsomlely trimmued
neck and sleeves; a regular 15e value; to- with heavy lace and silk tapes, low neck
day only, gar i bent -----t ...--e ula-------------- --1 and eleeveless
SWIVhite Swiss Ribbed VYets-The outsizes, Regular $4.25 garment, today only, $3.00 I
U with low neck, wing sleeves and sleeveless; Regular $4.75 garment, today only, $3.35I
Sregular 20c values; today only, each... 150. Regular :5.00 garment, today only, $3.65 I
S White Richelieu Ribbed, Vests-Lace yoke, 11 Omc 's White U(nion Suits-Lace "
low neck and sleeveless; regular 35c gar- tIinnined and lace bottoms, wling sleeves and
I mnent;; ooday only, each...... .....d . - ..250 sleeveless; regular and outsizes; 48c value;
S iti ichelhca Iibbed Body Ve -Lace today oily, suit .------... ----- ..................29¢ 1
S yoke; regular 50c values; today only, 3 ma i' ile Union 3ilm/Lac and
U r ~............................$1.00 tape trianiied, low neck and sleeveless, lace
hei-te Richelieu Ribbed Veots-Lace yoke lottomas; regular 75c; today only, suit, 49¢
low neck and sleeveless; regular 50c vai hovne rem Whit .$l ion t Suoday on] 98e a
lies; today only .-...- -.......3 for $1.00 abv;rglr$.8 oa ny------5
1Womncueiis White U awn Buits-Low neck
While Richelieu Ribbed Vests-Also pink and sleeveless, lace triumed; regular $1.98;
and sky; lace yoke, low neck and sleeveless; today only, suit _ U ...................... $1.35
regular 68c values; today, each ..........._47¢ Hmstitcel d 'Al o ,it n $1.d3r5hiefs
I reanum Silk Plaited Vests-Richelieu Women's and children's, special today,
ribbed, silk taped neck.and sleeves- each . . 8 1-30
Regular $1.48 garment, today only, $1.00 RHemstitched All Cotton Handkerchiefs--
Regular $1.98 garment, today only, $1.25 For women and children; special today, 2
Regular $2.50 gal maent, today only, $1.75 for .................I ..---.--- 5
Extremely low prices will be found here on all women's ready-to-wear garments, and
specially low prices are distinctive features in our men's department. You are urged to
shop here today if you would save. The highest quality at the lowest price is always to
be found at your favorite trading place-The (Golden Rule.
Bargain Basement Necessities Priced extremely Low for .oday Only
Jelly glasses, regularl39c dozen; today only, doz, 300 Tall jelly comports, regular 35e; today only.......230
14-inch fluted glass vase, regular 25c; today!.......18i Plain sand-blown tumblers, regular 45c half dozen;
One-half pint tin cups; regular 5c each; today only, today only, each .................. ... . ...... .......... .......
5 each ........................ .............................i... ..............2 for 50 ,Etched design sand-blown tunmblers, regular Esc half
Folding camp stools, regular 45c; touay, each....330 dozen; today only, each .. ....................... 90
Plain-stemmed sherbet cups, regular $1 for 6; today Handy flour sifter; regular 15 each; today only,
on ly ................6................................ ............. ..6 for 7 5 # , ach . ............ .. ......... ..... , 1 0
Stage from Bonita up Rock Creek,
best fishing in the state. First-class
accommodations. D. Daigle.
See J. HI. Mahoney, independent
lumber dealer, before buying your
lumber and millwork. Tel. 371 red.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hogg of Ana
conda were the guests of friends in
this city yesterday.
Moffitt. real estate, Phone 349 B.
Dr. E. P. Dungan, dentist, office
First National bank block, rooms 6
and 7 fourth floor.
George H. Davis and O. J. Suce of
Coeur d'Alene City were in the city
yesterday on business.
If you are going to build see Ma
honey for select fir finish. Prices rea
sonable. Tel. 371 red.
Dr. J. J. Mahoney, physician and,
surgeon. First National bank block.
Miss Edith Collins of Butte is the
guest of Miss Florence Coen in this
city for a few days.
Piano sale at O. B. S. Orr real estate
office, conducted by the A. P. Curtin
Social dances Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday evenings at Elite hall.
N. E. Telford arrived in the city
yesterday from his home in Saltose
and is attending to business.
D. Clements, of the firm of Mor
rison & Clements of Plains, was in
Missoula on business yesterday.
Dr. Guinon, optometrist, will be at
the Hotel Missoula July 29, 30 and
31. Room 18.
Your complexion will be materially
sided if you cook with a Minneapolis
Sanitary Fireless Cooker.
Mrs. Mary Leahey, Rose E. Sealey
and Margaret Connell came down from
Butte yesterday and visited in this
You may be disappbinted in the
drawing, but you will not be in the
Public Land Guide if you buy a copy.
Fuel-We are now making ship
ments of 16-inch wood from the mill.
Telephone 106 and order a cartload;
$3.75 per load. 13. B. M. Co.
Maud Hill, of Red Rock, and Eliza
Selway, Mabel Seiway and Emily A.
Taylor of Dillon were in the city yes
Miss Heaton has removed her mani
curing and shampooing parlors from
the Feddersohn block to suite 1 in the
George B. Spaulding, accompanied by
J. C. Conkey, editor of the Ravalli Re
publican of Hamilton, was in the city
Flood & Shupell, tailors. Cleaning,
pressing and repairing. Suits to or
der. 215 West Cedar street, phone
R. W. Fisher, an expert horticultur
ist of the Bitter Root valley, came
down from Victor yesterday to look
Dance at Pavilion Tuesday and Fri
evenings. Business Men's club every
Thursday night beginning with Au
Ronald Higgins returned yesterday
from Ann Arbor, where lie recently
graduated from the law school of the
University of Michigan.
Services will be conducted at the
German. Lulharan church, corner of
Sixth and Hazel streets, at 8 o'clock
Sunday evening, by Rev. E. 13. Anst-'
cold of Heluua.
Missoula Investment Co.'s Grocery Shop
121 EAST MAIN ST.
PHONE 72 A. J. BREITENSTEIN, Mgr. PHONE 72.
WHITE WAX BEANS GERMAN MUSTARD.
Golden, fresh and crisp wax beans, A special German mustard at a
in the best of condition, 2 lbs., 25 moderate price; has pungent taste
that more than creates an appe
GILLETTE'S VANILLA tite. Good slzed jar..................154
Gives an individual flavor to des- PEPPER SAUCE
serts,. ices, puddings and candies. Mexican pepper sauce for fish,
A delicious, natural flavor. Per meat, beans, etc.; seasoned just
battle ................ .............. right and hae an individual aroma
of special excellence. Neat bottle,
BOILED HAMS with fancy top .........................35¢
Boneless, rindless, fatless, firmly FLAKED RYE
pressed and fine flavored. Ideal Try this for a change in breakfast
meat for sandwiches and luncheons- foods. Appetizing as well as health
Sliced, per pound .....__ ...............354 ful. Two packages ...... ........ .3
THE NEATEST AND CLEANEST GROCERY IN MISSOULA-EVERY
THING OF TOP-NOTCH QUALITY
ARE YOU GETTING YOUR SHARE?
I feel a sort of 'respbnsibility to my
customers to keep them thoroughly
posted about what's going on here.
My idea is not so much to urge you
I'll sell the goods, of course-to
But to make quite sure that you
fully appreciate what the special in
And that you don't miss them un
less you want to.
I never carry goods over from one
season to another and it's this be
tween season stuff that I'm now
Underwear, hosiery, shirts, neck
wear, caps, etc.
They are all very much underpriced.
223 Higgins Ave.
HOW IS YOUR COAL PILE?
O.W.Perry Coal Co.'
PHONE 262. W1
Two modern four-room cottages;
seven lots with each cottage; three
blocks from car line. ,Each,
Seven lots in same location for
Four lots in this tract for
A 10-room modern house with two
acres of ground in orchard and
small fruit, close in,
Old Mill. Higgins Avenue
$1.35 a Gallon
115 E. Main. Phone 62 Black
Start the Day Just
You can get breakfast at Ye
Olde Inn at 7 o'clock 'and on
through the morning. Hot
waffles a specialty.