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Claim For Sale 160 acres of timber (patent ed), 1,000,000 feet saw tim ber, 5,000 cords of wood; 250 cords cut and in rick. Only 71-2 miles from Missoula. Good road right to land. Easy haul to town. The cut wood ready for market is worth $750. There is 5,000 cords of wood stumpage worth $2,500. The 1,000,000 feet of saw timber is cheap at $2,500. , This brings the actual value of this property to $5,750, and I am offering it, for a short time, at *2,800, on terms of one half cash; $2,000 less than it is actually worth. -0 Jas, M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 116 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. WOOD IS R[C[IVED OF fiLO MAN'S OFATH Word has been received by Mrs. C. C. Lowney of this city of the death of her father, Edward Red mond of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The old lam,.. Who has two great-grand childreni, was 79 years of age but had, despite that fact, been in very sound health until a few hours before his death. The funeral services were conducted in Cedar Rapids from the Cathooo chuch, Besides Mrs. Lowney, Mr. Redmond leaves five other chil dren, :,.slx grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, the two little sons of Mrs. Margaret Rice of this city. HtOlICFTfJ_PVBLIC On and after this date hack fare to South Missoula points will be $1 for trips accommodating either one or two passengei'e, Sj ebtal arrangements havr bean made to provide for prompt service to and from South Missoula. GANNON & M'LEOD, Phone 33. GRIIEN & ELLINGHOUSE. Phone 88. May 27, 1909. "MOZARI" AND "LISlP" RETURN TU MICHIGAN Fred Lucas and Neil Perry, two young musicians who have resided in Missoula for a number of months, left yesterday for a visit at their home in northern Michigan. They expect to return} in the fall and will spend the coming winter in Missoula. The two have been furnishing music for the Grand theater and are familiarly known as "Mozart" and "Liszt." Both have been identified with the Missoula Land and the Missoula Club orchestra and are recognized as finished mu sicians. DUNIWAY LEAVES. Dr. C. A. Duniway of the staty uni versity left last night for Helena, where he will attend the semi-annual meeting of the state board of educa tion. The standard candle, by which light Is measured, differs in various coun tries and an international standard is proposed which is practically that used in Great Britain, about 1.6 per cent less powerful than the American standard. E-RU-SA CURES PILES OR *50 PAID. The only non-narcotic pile cure. Only the most reliable druggists sell I-ru-sa. David C. Smith. Gen rr'relsh elmer. wholesale agents $.100 Monthly Income I Don't you think that would look pretty good in your bank book? Well, here it is. We have for sale a 10-room house, arranged so that it can be rented in rooms or apart ments, and is partly furnished; two bath rooms. It is situated in a very desirable district for rent ing and can be easily kept full. Rents as high as $110 per month. We can sell you this splendid money maker for 94,500 on easy terms. The lots on which building is located are worth nearly half of price asked. The above for quick sale. Call for particulars. W.II. SMEAD C MPANY - IGGINS SLOCK Phqni 212 Red. Missoula, Mont. MACHINE MAKES iOO[ IN__WATER HAMILTON PEOPLE IN PACKARE CAR EXPERIENCE MANY TROUBLES WITH FLOODS. Dr. Fritz Duchen, a promineni physician of Hamilton, accompaniec by Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. Moody, F. D Nichols and Walter Moody, came down from Hamilton Saturday even. lug after a slow trip through the water-covered roads. "Swimmingly." The party left Hamilton about noon on Saturday, with Walter Moody at the wheel, and got along fine until Three-Mile was reached. There they first struck water, which was two and one-half feet deep. The party stopped at Stevensvillo and Florence for several hours to attend to some business matters. At the Florence bridge they got along, swimmingly swimmingly is a fine word, used in this connection-for the water was only one foot in depth at this point and the aquatic machine went through it like a duck. Then the party thought things would be all right, which was the case until Lolo wva reached, and then their troubles be gan. The machine traveled slowly, while the obliging and accommodat ing doctor walked ahead in the drink, to see just how deep it was. 'strike Hole. Judging from the highi water mark on his trousers, he guessed the water to be about three feet in depth and gave the submarine automobile orders to come ahead. The machine started all right, and was moving along fine, when suddenly, without warning, it sank several feet into a hole which had escaped the vigilant eyes and feet of the guiding physician. The fan got busy and had a great time throwing the water around, so that the magneto became wet and refused to work. The machine then came to a dead halt, whereupon the belt was taken from the fan, so that no water would be thrown onto the magneto, and the latter was allowed to dry, after which the voyage was resumed, under the machine's own power, anr the run to Missoula was made without further difficulty. Dr. Buchen says that there Is no machine like the Packard. It is a hill-climber, noiseless and without vi bration, and as a submarine has no equal. When it is considered that the ,machine went like a duck through three feet of water, the doctor may be pardoned for what might he con strued as extravagant praise. Thli machine is a Packard touring car and is owned by Mr. Moody. INSTUMEHIS OF RECORD The following instruments were filed in the office of the county re corder on Saturday: Patent-The United States to I. P. Anderson, the south half of the south west quarter and the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section 34, township 12, range 21. Patent-The United States to H . P. Anderson, the south half of the north east quarter, the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter and the north east quarter of the southwest quarter of section 34, township 12, range 21. Deed The Missoula Trust & Se curity bank to C. J. Tyler, lot 18 and the east half of lot 17 in block 30, Montana addition. Deed--G. H. Peer to C. J. Tyler, lot 16 and the west half of lot 17 in block 30, Montana addition. Deed-George Mathews to T. A. Mc Clain, the west half of the southeast quarter of section 29, township 11, range 20. Deed-A. W. Caine to A. S. Caine, the north half of the southeast quarter and the north half of the southwest quarter of section 8, townsiip 12, range 19. Deed --The tiggins estate, by the administrator, to tarbara (1. Higgins, lots 14 and 15 in block 8, Higgins ad dition. Deed-M. Nyberg to O. A. Olson, lots 1 and 2 in block 16, Hammond addition. Deed-Frankle Valentine to Ed 01 son, lots 3 and 4 in block 23, South Missoula. Deed-J. E. Haiploe to Allen Steph ens, lots 1 to 12 in block 46, South Missoula. Deed-Allen Stephens to A. U. Reed, lots 10, 11 and 12 in block 46, South Mdiasoula. Allen Stephens to Ruth Servatins, lots 7, 8 and 9 in block 46, South Mis soula. Deed--The South Missoula Land company to F. U. Nelson, lots 17 and 18 in block 36, Hammond addition No. 3; consideration $800. Deed-M. Hammond to J. F. Dish man, lot 13 in block 77, Urlil's ad dition; consideration $550. Deed--J. L. Chievigny to Berta McCoid, lot 2 in block 26, Knowles' addition; consideration $1,000. IMPROVEMENTS START TODAY. This morning the coutractlrs in charge of the improvement of t'ni versity avenue will commence their work. The cement walks, curbing, parking, culverts and irrigation plants will be installed as soon as possible and when that is finished the avenue will be one of the prettiest, if not the prettiest, in the city's already large number of beautiful thoroughfares. INCARASE IN BUSINESS Owing to the increase in our bust. ness we were compelled to add twr more bakery wagons to our deliverl department. Watch for them or tel. ephone No. 10 and we will call. How, all & Ross, grocers and bakers, 31 Higgins avenue. MEETING OF COUNCIL COMES TONIGHT SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DIS TRICTS ARE TO BE CREATED -OTHER BUSINESS. trre first regular meeting of the city council for the month of June will be held this evening and several matters of importance will be taken up and acted upon. Probably the most important matter of business will be the action of the city fathers on the resolutions creating improve ment districts Nos. 3, 4 and 5 and the ordinances creating funds for districts Nos I and 2. The latter two were referred at the last meeting to the ordinance committee. The plumbing ordinance will bob up again, and tha, committee report thereon will be heard. The communications from Kitt, Smcad & Co., and J. Baptist, referred at the last meeting to the committee on city property, will be taken up, as will the ordinance amending section 2 of ordinance 182, which was referred to the ordinance rommittee. Committee Report. The committee report on the or dinance relating to special assessments and the collection of the same will be heard. The favorable report of the committee on the ordinance creat ing a cement sidewalk and curb special fund will be rendered, as will the ordinance providing for the pay ment in installments for the construe tion of cement sidewalks and curbs, and regulating the collections of 'such installments and iterest. Many Matters. The matter of removing the Italians from the Bitter Hoot "Y" will be taken up, and the request of the city treasurer to have $300 transferred to the fire fund will be acted upon. The city dads will also act on the note from Postmaster 11o0s, regarding the correct numbering of streets. The recommendations of the fire chief, re ferred at the last meeting to the fire and water committee, will be taken uIp, as will also the' request of the Woman's club for the use of a city lot on which to build. The ordinance committee's report on the ordinance providing for the appointment of a garbage inspector will be rendered. The communication from the city treasurer, regarding dance balls, a dog-catcher and other matters, will be read and acted upon. The motion of Alderman Kohn, made at the last meeting, for the creation of a park board, will be considered. There will also be matters regard ing fire hydrants, street lights, side walks, street grading, and other smaller things to be taken up. It promises to be a busy session. LOCAL BREYITIES Who's MLoffitt? Smoke Wm. Hooper cigars. Call up 655 for Ed's hack. See J. E. Power for soda water J. E. Powell of Potomac was a visi tor in this city on Sunday. Junior band dance Monday night. Drink John Gund's's Peerless beer Missouila Ice Co. Phone 310 black. James M. Rhoades, fire insurance. John iranlt of Butte was a business; visitor in the city over Sullday. Marsh, the undertaker, phone 321. Billiards and pool. 107 East Front. F. P. Keith, insurance, Florence hotel. Public stenographer. Dawson, 5 Dixon. C. Ferguson, insurance, real estate. Fred Watson, a resident of Bonner, paid this city a visit yesterday. Junior band dance Monday night. Missoula ice Co. Phone 310 black. Dr. Willard, osteopath. 1st Nat. Bank. A. D. Clark of Garnet spent yes terday visiting friends in this city. See Missoula Lumber company's ad in this issue. James Woodward of Plains is spend ing the day in the city on business. Better butter at Reilly's Busy Cor ner. Thomas Murray Spencer of Butte paid this city it business visit yester day. Better get that ticket today. The printers will dance June 22. J. V. itragont came over from the t Capital city yesterday oi1 it business trip. Social dances Wednesday and Sat urday evenings at Elite hall. II. 11. Mc1intosh of Spokane reg istered at the SihIpard hotel yester I day. Have your clothes pressed at Lem .lley's, next to Missoula hotel. J. T. Coughlin of Ilelkilp wis a guest at the Shapard hotel yester s day. Lumber for sale in carload lots, also mill work Ed F. Riberdy, St. Regis, S. P. Wright and Wr. E. Dufresnl of Butte visited friends in this city yes terday. Missoula Ice Co. Phone 310 black. Place your orders for lumber with the Missoula Lumber company. s F. J. Hartt came in fromt Evarc a Saturday and spent yesterday in Mis e soula. Junior hand dance Monday night. P 1. A. Harrington of Seattle is spending a day or two in the city on business, Have your carpets cleaned the net way. Phone 561. Sloane Davis. Freil IHeinhold and 1 . L. Baker o: Stevensvills were visitors in the eity over Sunday. o Dr. Reisland, optical specialist, is 1y now regularly at his olflee, rils 2 an( 1- 3 Hammond blk. Glasses ground here r- William C'. llglen of Ielena is visit L4 ing friends and attendihg to businaw in Missoula. ASTOUNDING FIGURES BROUGHT OUT LESS THAN 100,000 PERSONS OWN ALL NEW YORK'S TAXABLE PROPERTY. New York, June 0.-That this city Is the home of the greatest property holdings which the world has ever known, and that the whole 326 square miles of its area, with a valuation which makes the national debt seem trifling in comparIson, is held by less than 2 per cent of the population, are only a few of the astonishing facts made known by official figures just compiled. According to these figures the assessed valuation of the taxable property in New York Is now almost seven billion dollars, $6,800, 000,000 being the exact figure given. The actual sale value, however, is probably more than twice this amount, or about one-tenth of the estimated wealth of the whol United States. As an indication of the great value placed on real estate here, the figures show that two-thirds of the taxable property in this city consists of land. Less than 100,000 persons, or one fiftlieth of the city's population, own not only every particle of this land, but all the other taxable property in eluded in the report as well. Taking the actual value of the 4and as $10, 000,000,000, this means that the prop erty owners in this city hold on the average $100,000 worth of real estate each. On this basis the average value of the ground alone throughout the entire city is $31,000,000 a square tIlle, or $72,000 an acre. This, of course, is only an average, since in sline parts of the city an acre of ground amounts to many millions. The average value of property, not including the land itself, is $60,000 1n acre, so that each member of the select 100,000 consti tuting 2 per cent of the whole number who own all New York, 11s on an average $150,000 worth of prop erty. Tile other 4,900,000 of the city's population are merely tenants. Missoula Produce Co., fresh butter, eggs and all kinds of farm products. 207 Stephens. Phone 245. Dance with the printers June 22. Be sure you attend the printers' dance Tuesday evening, June 22. Dr. C. 13. Miller cameI over from his home in the Capital city yesterday to visit friends. For United Wireless stock or litera ture call on 17. O. Chaney, local agent, Florence hotel. Frank Collins, t resident of Bonner, spent Sunday with friends in the Garden city. Typographical unidon dahce at Elite hall Tuesday evening, June 22. Phone 57 black .or Lehr's baggage and transfer waig6iA"Corner Main and Higgins. F. W. Col1 of Seattle is attending to business matters in, the city for a couple of days. Dr. J. Louise Smith, osteopath. 114 West Main. Phone 618. Frank D. Miracle, register of the. land office alt Heleao, is in the city on business. Drink Joel B. Frazier at the Oxford "Every swallow makes a friend." J. Hf. Vivian of Butte spent Sunday with his daughter, who is it studer L at the university. The Missoula Lumber company de livers all orders promptly. Dr. G. H. Putney, office In Fedder sohn block. Higgin avenue, phone 39711. Dr. Hanson of Butte, Mont., visits any part of the state for consultations and general surgery. Junior band dance Monday night. J. H. Monahan, a well known resi dent of Bozeman, Was a visitor in Missoula yesterday. See J. H. Mahoney, independent lumber dealer, before buying your lumber and millwork. Tel. 371 red. ii. it. Brown and J. G. Oralmiin, business men of tih. Smoky city, were in Missoula yesterday. Dr. E. P. Dungan, dentist.. Office First National Bank block, rooms 6 and 7, fourth floor. William R. Shields of St. Regis ar rived in the city yesterday afternoon to look after business matters. Fuel.-We are now making ship ments of 16-inch wood from the mill. Telephone 106 and order a cartload. $3.75 per load. R. B. M. Co. It. C. Spergli and A. J. Palmienc residents of Lothrop were the guests of friends in the city yesterday. If you are going to build see Ma honey for select hir finish. Prices rea sonable. Tel. 371 red. The printers are preparing to take canr of a large crowd. June 22. 0. A. Lanstrunt of the Helena Record and Harry Cunningham , state auditor, were in the city last night from Helena. "Saves its cost on Sunday dinners alone." Minneapolis Sanitary Fireless cooker. K. L. Diederich, 503 South Second. Summer tutoring in high . school studies. Miss E. Miladofsky, 306 South Fifth east. 9'iie final inciting of the literacure departieint of the Woman's club will be held this afternoon with Miss Stewart, at wotman's hall, at 2:30 o'clock. Smith Riley, district forester of Dis trict 2 of the forest service, with headquarters at ieiver, is in the city to confer with Iiistrict Forester W. IB. Ilrecley in regard to the transfer of the li g Itoni and Shoshone na tional forests in W'yotming from Dis trict 1 to District 2. M oItana-Frisio Wining company of Spokane, has taid $70,000 for a trans fir of thlt Illeik lack, 1Yalkerville and Butte lodes in the l'hilipsburg mining district, Montana. These are produc ing copper prop."rties and it is ex llectei to ofIertie it u ' ai I n : leite - sire scale. ahe goldaen iue Charming Jummer Fabrics priced &conomicaIll or EXCELLENT QUALITY COSTUME LINEN--Tis a til must excellent material is 40 Inches idte ad is re most excellent showing, this beautifid costume l ie u, a regules ' iualit,. An "etnmnical pickp," and on and a value you should not ogerlook. You know you should take advantage of it, today, yard....15y5 SS the wor tho is t alef t ar 3o k FLOUNCING AND CORSET COVER EMBROID SERPENTINE CREPE-Se our window displaythr hy ti t Pd of tes o t et re ig You never purchased su1 h quality so chap. C!m ains an inimense gutntit for your choosing.. This es in it wide rag t olrno ressaaldosn skil uvir c oHlo iis 2.a Lbeautiful Patterns in line nain ssec iluO 'tis a wanted fabric and ri-;go larle sells for sasck: and ltvis-ic-orset river tool flouncing elnbroial he 24c a yard. 'Ti; yours today-all you teant-- cry. in EIngu-li eyelet and blind effects of the most 'it, yard ............... . ........ 19 select puttarl s. 'Tis a saviny you cannot effect INDIA LINON-A regiular lie quality, which is "lnf every lay. A ci npreh'nsive display: ,dI" far you will readlily yrecogtize the saving in t Rgula-r $11.0 A yard vatlue-todaty..... ..58, is tlisa excellent nuiteriail when yaou can supl'alY Sall it wants at, yard...... .... .........5 itegular 4le a ycrd value-today.. .. 250 ed LINEN FINISH SUITING-A material right now WASH. POPLIN--Another popular fabrie just now -, very much in denand for waists, skirts, shirt waist foa sunliti' w'ist;: andia urea-es and liht'rei's weaI. ut suits and children's wear; for nurses' costumes there A popular aIrii' also prevails and you caa Purchase. es is nothing equals this fabria-it launders perfectly; it today, at, yard. . .......................... ......250 ale Iuppenheimer and Jpring and Jummer 0Ceaders 1, LINEN SUITS- f this great suit offering presented n-last cus nen n ar' inents instcadl of style leaders fur 19 Iie spring and 1,11111101. y1LI night brett d11 - Sinc rity stand (t1e Saaill you ono1 lniko by pureharing not. A perfect 'o:1c'ursc of charming eodels, it White hean clr, shop;in~g rawest ctyrlew80 and smartes rron t' - tions ht mntifold forms. I rout. 10.OO to 0 39500 WHITE SKIRTS-A bainutitil line for your cihois ha - alu ; liiished li itallb ll les, tuail , ineortian, lace 10, ~ tafl ances and a inhiaraaery. A co-lltreh') ansi)'e showinga iof alI the latest slyli effects . - 1.00 to 110.00 ts a" 1 `"I qua hi a/ t! WHITE PARASOLS-a Match lat ent n suit' you ts a tsitel, ly waint a pretty, bright, new parsail, aicd we C17 hll '/ just the kinal you want; beautifully iiu'shed. See tlem. 'rid .. ....... ONE-FOURTII O11F h ship ptltlC illtCO '8('- WASH BELTS-Along with the rest of aoar siin t , 10tier needs is wash lelts; a btg lin . Btuy tuem i'ta 10 (0 1e11 t (ff ti lI6 , at, ec h acti. .. ... . ... 100` 8+1(1on Lhe rcry paitians cl of u'('Ccs in li hoes for Jpring i0 ;ar *(/oilh-('ma-llflitill/. WOMEN'S OXFORDS-An excellent eiictilon for Is i. iyor choosing 1nd at a big saving. Come in black ind tan, hlavy aintl light sales; Bllcher lute; all sies. Itogulair $2.50 values. ai'- ...... ......... 1.95 GIRLS' OXFORDS-Saine as ahote, but with low heels; regular $2.50 values. ......... ....... .......... >1.95 SHOES FOR BOYS- -About as indistructible as is shoes can 1- maide. Eacontical maothlrs should not to ov crlok this splendid bail arg'in. Regular, $1.1)11. Stat Sial, FO ir- i- _--.. 1.35 ' " FOR THE BABY--iring thg- "little tots" to this ot, a'"t 1store fIat those pretty colored tlop shois have beet' The I usos hopslaine "ut is two" firl your" choosing; all taiauls. ltnglular, Chicego 50n. Special, hail ..... .. ... .. ........... ... 5 "Standard" BEER It's Brewed In Fair Missoula By Methods Up-To-Date; it's Pure as Summer Roses-You Can Write That on Your Slate; Delicious And Invigorating-Rich in Strength And Flavor, duality-And That Alone Brought "Standard" Into Favor, GARDEN CITY BREWING CO. Phone 125 Look at Your Table expenses after you have used our meats awhile. It wild surprise you to find them con siderably less than formerly. Yet you have enjoyed finer meats than ever before. The reason is simple. Our meats are so good that every ounce of them is eaten. There is, therefore, no waste, and the stoppage of waste is saving. The best is the cheapest. Central Market 119 West Main St. Phone 15 THE MOST UP-TO-DATE MEAT MARKET IN THE WEST KOOPMAN & WISSBROD, Proprietors Montana Abstract and Guaranty Co. r WILL CAVE, Mrnager 128 West Cedar Street. Fifteen years experience with Mis soula county records. Abstracts guaranteed. Phones: Office, 21: rest a"'ce. 415 BlaeV Plumbing J. P. GRADY 119 W. Cedar St. Phone 175 Red Residenee Phone 510 Black. Missoula Investment Co. GROCERY SHOP 121 East Main Street-A. J. BREITENSTEIN, Manager.-Telephone 72 ELECTA TEAS Teity are pure, dikitti's and unciliri(; teliy cotiie to you otlcn with all their natural freshness, fragrance and iroma, in lust print, aroita-tighit cartons. They are 1irst troi, ilty-Ticked tins. Thl' youngest atnd tutduretut leaves only are picked anid it futilly treated no that their tine (jutlitiis urt fully d ret rlpid. They have the tastt you like-the saherbi, tmoith, rich tftiar that is free from all utica of lilttritess and that simply delights the palate. 'rhly are ttrona and bret t clear. IN ALL FLAVORS. HALF POUND TINS, 15 . . ONE POUNDTINS, 85,0 Get the Benefit cu ring one of t111 Iunclainied two or three-piece suits now shown in my Thuesons' Western Hotel Block. Chamber of Commerce Hammond Block Near the bridge. Phone 67 Permanent exhibits of western Montana produceL wanted. All interests are invited to bring products to chamber headquarters for display purposes; due credit will be given all exhibitors. Regular meetings second and fourth Tuesdays at 8 p. m. All those interested in the promotion and welfare If western Montana are in vited. Leo Solomon Distributor of OLD GOVERNMENT WHISKEY CEDAR RUN WHISKEY WINES OF ALL KINDS OWN DELIVERY Phone 62 Black 115 East Main 8 Missoula Palace Market J. D. WATTS Wholesaie and Retail FRESH AND SALT MEATS BUTTER AND EGGS Phone VtS "'A Iiogins Ave. Dr. E. H. Freeze PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Special attention to diseases of women. Suite 36 Higgins Block, Third Floor. telephone 517. Missoula. M. L. Gulden STATE TAXIDERMIST AND FUR RIER. Won Medal at St. LouIs. an1 N. Second St. Missoula, Mont. Northwestern Abstract and Title Insurance Company Furnishes correct and complete ab stracts of title to all city and county property. Estimates on abstracts f"' nished on application. 1f4 Main P" 'hong 147 .. We Solicit Your Trade Fine Wines Liquors and Cigars Mail Orders Filled Promptly J. E. POWE Family Liquor Store Corner Main and Woody New Dining Room. In future the Missoula hotel dining room will be open from 6 a. m. to S p. m. The management has spared no expenso to make it one of the nral. est and best places in the city.