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Adyvnced 20 cents per hum
dredweight on Friday last.
but we ace still selling
"The World's Finest Flour"
at the low price of $1.90
THE BUSY CORNER.
Missoula Drug Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Higgins Ave. and Front St.
312 Higgins Ave.
We are in our new store
and pretty well settled.
We have the finest furni
ture salesroomus in the
northwest and our stock
is in keeping with the
store. We will be glad to
have you call and see how
we are situated. You will
be pleased, we are sure.
J. M. Lucy & Sons
CORNER HIGGINS AVENUE AND
Complete Hiouse and Office Furn
DELICIOUS ICE CREAM, SUN
DAES, SODAS, PHOSPHATES.
Home-made Candies, Tea, Choco
late, and Bouillon, Ice Cream and
Punch, Ices, Etc.
PARTY ORDERS A SPECIALTY.
HENRY SCHACHT, Prop.
Split Bamboo Rods, 754 up. We
keep everything in Tackle. Our
Flies are known all over the state.
SI ULD NOT LIE IDLE
Z)on't permit it to be unprofitable
'lie Missoula Trust and Securit3
h alte pays 5 per cent interest on cer"
c.tes of deposit. Investigate.
I SOULA TRUST AND SEQURIT'W
7RANK CANNON, President.
JOHN W. UWCKLIN, Casiear.
SR UN. OUTrWN
Nobody monte to tomni these days
without noticing that there are
things doing here.
THEY ALL Among yesterday's vie.
OBSERVE itors in the city were
State Auditor Cunning
ham and Dr. mm. M. Lanstr in of tib
Helena Record. They came over on a
matter of business but the fact wa~
borne in upon them that they had
struck a live town. IL was Sunday
and it seemied to us natives that fr
deathly stillness bmooded over things,
but the Helena visitors said it seemed
ilvely to tiim. "It is remarkable."
said Mr. Cunningham, 'tm note the
amount of building going on here
and it is good building, too. The
whole state is active this spring aiim
all of the cities that I have visited
nirt good; but there is nire builting
going on in this city than in any
other in the state. The best thing
about it is that the new structures
are so substantial; they are himgh-class
and it is pleasing to note so many
of them. I haid heard that Missoula
was lively but I was not ireparem
for anything like what we find here.
I am sorry that we are not mit)ilm to
stay longer but we have to hurry
Dr. Lmtnstrum was specially iii irested
in the liarnimis theater. lIe mmet
Uncle Charlim durinig
THEATER the everting and talketI
INTERESTS over with hire time
plan by which MIt'
soula's house was built. "We have
been trying to get a new theater
Helena," said he, "and we have fol
lowed the course of your worK will
interest on that account. We have
taken steps to follow up your plan I
and there have been some pledges
made which seem to warrant the be
lief that we shall be able to carry I
out the schemo to completion. We are
now looking for a site that will be
suitable and central; 1 think we will
be table to get stmi'teom on the plani
before long. /Your house is a model
and your plan is mt good pattern."
"You would be surprisedi" said
Supleri'itendent trown of the water
plant, "to know tiow
MANY many people are plan
CQMING ninmg to come to Mis
soula, to locitte. You
hear talk on the trains and in many
placems where you stop if you are
traveling about the west mutch. This
city is being splendidly advertised
and the results are becoming evident. I
The day before I left Ilutte there
was a man in my office, asking a bout
Missoula.t and hIth told me he had his t
plans all made to move down here
this month miad to stay here. (tn the
trains as I have boon travelitn i about
I have heard many inquiriis about the
city; I think I mmiii unimi at dommtit
men who mire coming here to live; and
they are coiting at once."
A. it. Stevens has returned froim i
trip to the Coeur d'Anine district
and brings encouraging
EDDY IS nevls from the Emddic
BETTER groud at maltese. w here
tie stoiped for 1t
couple of days. "There will bi ii
good dii] of activity in the Eddy
soon," said Mr. Stevens last night.
'There will be more men at work lii
the maw tunnel right iwiny and theI
development will be pushed. The
present showing in the Eddy proper
ties is better than anything there
hits ever been before; there is i,
doubt of the permanency of the lead
or of its value."
TO MEET PAINTERS
The mletbers of the Painter,' union
were disapon~lated algain yesterday ill
their hopes of getting a game of hose
hall with the carpente rs. For live
years they have been working to get
this contest seheduled and Ltad at last
Wrung a promise out of the carpenters
to meet themt yesterday afternoon.
W1hen the appointed hour arived tine
W tit et ts i ttr i i a t t h e g r o u n d s iv e fi ll
firei, but there was nt sign of any
rtrpenters. After waiting ftr an hour,
tin ver, the painters got tile wtst
siderS, a juvenile organization, to play
theca ui t1 in their anlger it the0 1101
appearanee of the carpenters they
ittnttred the bhys all over the lot,
the final st-rti being, as nearly as coult
be ascertained, 32 to 4.
Copper iC Ore r ineittitei-it til lii
Ttddy Mining coii)ptniyt litroperty, It
iattd oppositc the New Jersey mill
near Wardiser, Idaho, it was found
whean in iX0 feet. The entire face of
tit' crossct- is in cltaeiopyrite itd
bornite Ore. Th'e tunnel will be <on
tinued for the lead-silver veitt ;o feet
further ahead, after wvhielt trifling all
both ledge:: will begin. J. 11. Cox of
Witrdner is the presiilentt of the ettns
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
J. B. Henley. N. G. Tevis.
John Eigeman. C. A. Crawshaw.
Peach Blossom brand, sack..*1.60
Creito, sack ..... .... ....1.25
Both brands made froim wheat
grown in Washington.
Peach Blossom good for bread
Cremo fills the bill for pastry
Three-room modern flat,
('lose in, South Side, 1ever
Knowles' stores. No chil
dren. Vacant Tuesday, June
1st. $20.00 per month.
E. A. Winstanley
134 Higgins Ave.
BITTER BOOI FARM
OPENS LOCAL OFFICI
1heo firm of Welch & Harrington o
Blutte lots concillied ccrrangc'entts fol
opening a branch office in Missoula
for the transaction of a general mint
ing stock business and for the salt
of the lands now on the market be
longing to the Marcus Daly estate ao
Hamilton. These lands embrace 8,Ost
sctres of the famous Bitter Root Stooi
farm, for which the firm is agent
t ayette Harrington of Missoula hat
purclcosed an interest In the firm ant
will have charge of the local office
until other quarters can be obtained
his office will he in the rooms o.
the Missoula Chamber of Commerce
The firin has membership in the Butte
stock exchange and is prepared tc
give quick service on all mitinin
stocks listed on the Butte exchange
the Ceur d'Alenes or the New Ytri
ROYAL AND SELECT
ARE THESE PEOPLE
There Is i party of prominent Blut te
men in town for the purpose ttf or
ganizing ai council of Royal and S.
lect Masters. The organization will
take place tonight; the order is a
new one with the cuphonius 'little,
'''yrean Counell of Ioyal and Select
Masters." The list of visitors in
ctudes the namc's of some of the hest
known men in IlTatt; amongst those
who will participate in the ceremony
tonight are Stephen P. Wright. W. I',
Dufresne, It. II. Waring, Charles X
'Thompson, Jccmes Massey, William,
Mitchell. David It. Mcale, A. F. Mun
roi, J. L. Carroll, John It. Darby and
Etnil H. IHotisch.
TAKE OPTION ON MINE.
D. S. Mcflonigal of Custer, S. P.
acting for a syndicccte of 11ittstcnrs
capitalists, has obtained cn option or
the South Fork mine in the Elk City
district in central Ilaho. This propc
etiy, which is valued at $100,000, wac
formerly knot'n as the Espoy, named
in honor of its locator, M. Espes', Ir
1905, when he .ctarted wocr with a
twvo-stamp ccciil of hore construction
Ic cleaned up $2011,001 by sorting ctnt
hcrning the cre. The propccrty war
sccil to Alfred Adlatcs of Atlantic City
N. J., through Frank M. Poeck, in 1907,
He started to develop it, driving c
tI ncel in 400 fcc-. At this point tht
ledge was ctosccct nttc showed 14 feel
of cre that sampled $73 fromt wall t":
wall, with 30 inches on the hanging
wall that went over $1100. A Iive
stamctp mill was installed. At this time
Peck and Adams disagreed and Petk
started suit for an interest promised
ccim for making the deal. The suit
Get your hair goods ch p itp whilt they
last. Lx lttsive line ( liII t iliy, in
cltuding fancy cunilbs, u:rnalvilntsi A1il
it trrettlt,. 'lit hair and ct ltiiugs
made to order. Suit* ,V I'xto.. huel.
Come Around at
Splendid merchants' lunch
from 11:30 to 2 o'clock every
day at Yp O(ia Inn. 40 cent8
The Best Yet
:\1 oboist ,new five-roomn
111delrn cottage. P1orcetlainl
fixture", e1'l 'ict i lights,
good bite hoisinent, large
fruit and sMlal trees and a
hint lawn; also a good au
ato obile house. If you
Holt quitt: ,'oat cali have
it all for $2,000. Half
cash will handle it.
GEO. F. BROOKS
The Real Estate Man
First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
PHONE 105 BLACK.
ROACH SENDS WOB[
GENERAL ORGANIZER REVIEW!
LOCAL LABOR CONDITIONS
IN WOODS AND MILLS.
Gveral Organizer Jamnes E. Roar
of the American Federation of Labe0
Ihas ben spending some time in west
ern Montana, maiking his headquarter
at Missoula, upon official business
Mr. Itoae has inquired carefully int
lcl lumilring conditions, .from a.
Ci 'I'points. The result of his observlt
tint;; is contained il the follot ini
ofiicial address, issued yesterday ove
"Missoula, Ruint., June 6, 1909.
''To the officers and members of th'
suhbordinate local unions of the In
ternationalI tirtherhood of Woods
it I el ant1 Sawmill workers.
"reciting: Brothers, during th
past few months our locals in Mon
tant have realized the necessity of
more perfect and eompleto organiza
ti n, and we have held conferences 0t
representatives of the several locn
unions of our industry at Milssouh
for the purpose of devising ways ll
meants to accomplish the above ob(
"\\' thought by organizing ourseive
Into a federation of illlbermnen thai
We 11171e within the rules kind regulla
tiltns of the trades union movement 0
this country, and under the protec
tion of the Amnerlcan Federation oI
Labor. Upon making application t
the Amnericanl Federation of Lalhor
General Organizer James E. Roar:
was directed to visit its and investi
gate our appliaetion. We have had
number of meetings with General Or
ganlizer Roach and have been thir
lughly instructed as to the made 0o
procedure in order to be under tfi
proteetion of the American Federatior
of Labor, and its affiliated nationf
and international unions.
"It is therefore necessary that suel
of our locals as are noI' in arrealr
with the International Brotherhood lt
WVoodsmen and Sawmill Workers pr.
the some and becomse reinstated a
once, thereby continuing to be (7 uni
111111er Our brotherhood.
"At a conference hold at ,tNissout
Juno 6, participated in by Genera
Organizer James B. Itouch of thi
A. F. of L. and Representatives A. J
Palmer and H. C. Speight of Lothrulp
'T. P. Wilburn, S. G. Chafeley and A
F. Watson of Bonner; .1. L. Robin
son of Hamilton and Allen McMillan 10
Heron a district council was organizee
with ia view of accomplishing a coin
plete organipwtion of our intustry untr
the following resolutions were adopt
"'No, 1.-Be it resolved that all IoeC
unions of' the International Prother
hood of W1oodsmen and Sawnial
Workers in the state of. MntatIn orI
ganize a district council, for the0 Jur
posit of placintg atn or'ganiz.er il the
field. thereby aidling the work of or
ga ization. All affiliated locals shatl
pay 10 cents per member per mnont.
to defray the expenses and salary o1
organizer.' Cfrried unanimously.
"'No. P.-Ite it resolved that th
several locals du all in their power tr
elect legally to office of the Interna
tional firotherhotdi resident n'embei
of Montanl-, uclh being the t flaf
way to bring the national headrluar
tors to this district.' Carried umnun
" 'No. 3 t-.le it resolved that a
local uninons of the brotherhoodI make
application to affiliate with the Mon
t"na State Federation Of Labor with
out delay.' Carried unanimously.
"The following officers were eloeted
President and organizer, T. P. Wil
burn; secretary-treasurer, S, t,. Chat
' 1 1, C. APIIGHItT.
"Exclutiv Hard and Trustees.
"Adjouarnedl subject to call.
"JAMES E. ROACH.
"Gt'neratl Organizer, American Federa
tion of Labor,"
Lillian Russell will sptlul ber vaca
tion in Europe.
Barber & Marshall
THE SOUTH SIDE GROCERS
ONE MORE SACK
Good Old Potatoes
$2.50 Per 100
It Will Iequie n smck more of
o I potat ws before th 1 new ones
are cheap or good.
N1'o hove junst, rely viie a fresh
lot of sliate1 (it.cle1, white, ntil
si r ul 'Id islilI )0 to0 s.
MIX & SONS
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HAY,
GRAIN AND WOOD.
KNOWLES' BLOCK. 204 S. THIRD
107 EAST FRONT STREET.
WILLIAMS & JOHNSTON
Paints at Wholesale
Delivered to any part of Montana.
Ltargest stcels and lowest prices.
GARDEN CITY DRUG CO.
Geo. Freisheimer, Prop.
MISSOULA'S BUSIEST STORE
l1 lco(m CS the pop(lce of this city and 10cinilt to shore its varluc- ? 1]5(111s.
ipetitl sUIls tf 1pru4 r's iS n,1u mich to the ,shopp(r Iw1ho is i search( of mei i orious
m1(rchandie. i o1 BI I re !0 11 ill throl/ho/l oil) stor, it 'll find c1r/001 / r inU mi / rk
lo/ r Uhan /U h a(11e qa1/ tlilt /oods sell for in other shops. 1hae hel Jiler judgq of L(lites 10ou
arc the quickeir you'11 r'cCoWni:c the actual inInI 1caityl of the LalueCs we arc AiCing.
The Low Shoe the Proper Caper for You This Summer
(SEE DISPLAY IN WINDOW)
Free cCirt'ulliion around the ,tinkles is an antidote for hot feet. New lasht, new toes,
Inew heel, new style HiIks, eta. Black or fashionable colors ih the Correct and best leath
ers lull all, at t Ie "Npeneer's 5(ll5 it for less" price.
Fashionable Pumps and Oxfords
'Womeon's $5.00 (lull calf -pumps Misses' patent leather, mat top Ladies' tan or black kid with plain
with ankle strap like cut Blucher Oxford, Iow heel; size, toes, Cuban lHeel, very soft and
above ........$4.00 2Ys to I ...... .......... .-.............$1.85 easy on the feet .... ......... 3.50
Wiln'iis tan calf pump; $5 VTomen's $1.50 black kid, lace Ox- $2.50 Martha Washington comfort
quality ........ $4.00 fords, patent tip, flexible soles.9S low shoes, rubber gored $1.95
Ladies' $5.00 fine patent colt 'omen's $2.00 tan kid Oxfords, Ladies' tan calf shoes, high- top,
pumps, Louis heels, double sole, round toe, very so2t lace. tip ..... .................... $2.50
Las pagn pups, suted Lades' kid0 black, patent tip, dou
leather ' ..... $4.0 Ladies' vici or kid, black or tan, ble sole, Blucher shoes $2.00
Misses' patent colt pumps ankle low shoes, Cuban heel, stylish Little gents' and boys' tan shoes,
strap -$1.60 short vamp ........................--- 2.25 double sole, soft and cool for sum
Chldren's, as ahov $1.25 Ladies' wine, tan or black ties, r . . $1.40 to $1.95
Misses' kid xform's, low heel. l'tt- Blucher, Cuban heel, very neat and Boys' patent colt Oxfords
ent tip, size 21 to 5 $1.75 stylish .......... ...... ..........$.....$3.00 $1.75 to :12.25.
Some Liberal Monday Offerings
I be 1v $6.50 tv5( piece tub suits on sdle 25c ladies' filn ribbed hose Ii-isi'...........t180
.od.. . . ........ .... $3.98 1iSi ladies' sleeveless vests, white ___-----.-80
Ladies' $25 IFunauma suits, silk lined, SOc ladies' suiniIIIer sleeveless union
skirts gored; Colors, tal, rose, black, olive, suits 1------------------------------------- 2910
myl ashes of roses and shepherd p)1id; Assorted lot 50 ladies' white (lllars.o-.
sale price ..................... .---15 $1 Paris 1io0(el c(orsets with Sii 1)ol't
$ 111011hniri' walking skirts, all colors..$3.50 euS '........................................500
$12.5( serge, 1 runella and worsted 75 (1irdle corsets in Sal( toll C Il.i . - 394
skirts -......... ................ $9.75 $1.50 ladies' gauntlet driving gloves ... 980
New unillin(d Covert; jackets ............$6.75 Ladies' 15c hemstitched initiall handker
$12.50 white seige jackets, jet lut- chiefs ............. .............. 50
toiS .................................... $6.95 Ladies' elbow length silk gloves, double.
9127.50 while serge stits, silk lined$....$20 tipped; osownes' make -. .. 954
Ladies' whiti wash skirts, all sizes_...'98e ('ildien's "(good Sense" Ferris waists,
$(.5) sillk pet icoats, all dalSr S .. .$.. 4.95 4 to (I years -............ ... ..... .....254
Ladies' straw sailors .).494, 95¢ to 82 1oys' and girls' suui'er knit
Little girls' flower h' ts a ...... 90 to $2.50 waists . .............. ................ 12 1-24
L1i'tle Children's velvet caps, all (ol11rs1.250( :el' 1 451 black or tanl htoss _.........10.4
$1.50 ladies' fan(} and tailored waists, 98(4 50c 1e11's sun1finer underwear - ___.254
Odd lot girls' shoes, worth up to $1.75, Assorted lot iten's dress shirts, negliget
n1w 15'. .. . . . .--- .98 front ............................... 254
Assort'ell lot ladies' cotton gloves .' .. 9 & '1 1 ( colored (luck Iiats, cool . ..504
11ic ladies' black hose, seamlless ........Sc en's linens colored dusters 1.. .... 1
TAKE A KODAK
SMITH'S DRUG STORE
Agents for Eastman Kodaks and Sup
JEWELSRpc ip aea Attention
eILUVLLAI~A Given to
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
ROWLAND, The Jeweler, First Na
tional Bank Block.
The Leading Hotel
European Plan. Centrally Located
The Lucy undertaking parlors are
the best equipped in the city. Cor
oners' office. Missoula county, is here.
Corner Higgins Avenue and Pine Street
See Our Display
of New Designs
Kellogg Paint Co.
Missoulian Want Ads
Bring Quick Results
Exclusive Things for
Our display ol suitable articles for wedding gifts is distinctive in
the great number of odd pieces it contains. Unusual pieces of artistic
merit will be found in all departments, and the selection of a pleasing
gift may be made by those wishing either an inexpensive or a costly
Merry Bowls, Sandwich Trays, lion-lon ishes, Spoon Trays, Iead
Trays, Mayonnaise Sets, Jelly Sets, Etc., Etc.
Kohn Jewelry Company
THE LARGEST JEWELRY STORE IN THE CITY.
CHARLES ALLARD, PROP.
Dally service between Ravalli and
Leave Ravalli 6 a. m., connect
ing with steamer for Kalispell.
DIAMOND ICE CO.
W. R. MULLEN, PROPRIETOR.
Prompt attention given to all orders.
Call at 125 West Pine or Telephone
De a PAPERHANGING,
Estimates cheerfully furnished
Contract work a specialty.
Shop north of Sham ard hoted. Tele
READ THE MISSO
Be careful about your meats. See
that you got the best; we always have
the best because we are better pre
pared to handle it, having the only
cold storage in the city, where we can
keep meat the proper length of time
to make it tender and wholesome.
130-132 Higgins Ave. Phone 117
ULIAN WANT ADS