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Special Correspondet ce
Ii.itdh, Jhne 0.- alter W. Wit
der .of the lipmbeft finnof Wtilder &
Good; who have their plant ai Libby,
Montf.; hat ho.eh in the Bitter Root fit'
sev¢ al days, part of which time he
hasa stit at the lumbet camps of the
Anano hta Coplper 1filstng company oh
Lick prok, where he has been mating
,a stpiy of.'he wgrkfu~gs of ,tle "don
.key" engines which the company is
Busing it its loggtng operatitotw. Mr.
Wilder was faIvorably impressed with
-the engine syttemt of logging and ini
.tends to use that method at his own
plant. Mr. Wilder returned to Iibby
MRS. POWEN BURIED.
V t T, Joine C. -The funeral of Mrs.
Chrisaina Bowen was held from the
Presbyterian church yesterday after
noon, the funeral service, being con
ducted by Rev. George A. Blair.
Mrs. Bowen came out from Kansas
a few Scars ago to live with her
datugir , rs. Jennie Williams. Site
had b lh.fi poor health. The deceased
was bp3r, -It .Gernmany in 1835. Her
fatli#2t4 at sea, ott the way over
to !t} e io wAs the oliest of
seven , Erfn EtlkI st tved thett all.
She le e~atit eltdren, two sons and
four d , htei5,. Sirsa Jobtle Williams
being 1,p only one resldent in Mon
tana. Se was an ttirnest Christian
woman and was_ loved by all who
The office of the Monftat jaide
T pendent Telephone company is it the
real estate office of J. M. Rhoades,
vbhere all payments for stock can be
made and other business transacted.
The BitterRoot Valfe
A Paif ic ,Sope Ladi
IFam11ed for Its Perfcot F rit
and Its 1reat oR f its
The Valley of Opporttif
A'single acre of land in' thins valley has been kbowyn to
plodnce a net profit of over $1,800 in one year; $500
annual net profit from an acre of land is a common event.
Crops never fail, fruit pests are unheard of and fatal
diseases among stock, hogs, and] poultry are unknown.
Water for irrigating purposes in accessible and inex
The bleutiful mountain scenery, an abundance of pure
water, healthful mnontain air, n rivaled climate,' good
iwians of transportat ion, etmVnience to markets, good
sihools, close proximity to state university, and the lowest
eost of living all combine to make this locality the most
ideal place for a home in the great northwest.
Write, for free illustrated booklet.
Bitter Root Valley
The Largest Manufacturers of Rough and Dressed
IN THE WEST
Mills at Bonner, St. Regis and Hamilton, with an An
nual Production of One Hundred and
Sixty Million Feet.
Complete factories for the manufacture of Box Shooks,
Sash, Doors, Molding and all kinds of Interior Finish
Estimates Furnished From Plans
Largest stock of seasoned timber always on hand for
the Iroinpt filling of orders for the com
mercial trade. Write for price list.
Retail yards in Butte, Helena and Missoula, dealing in
Lumber, Mill Work, Lath, Coal, Lime,
Building Paper, etc.
The Missoula yard is now making deliveries of the
16-inch mill wood at $3.75 per cartload. Phone 106
and order a load.
i Backfoot Milling Co.
IS HI INRCO i A1EI
Sphrinl T orrespondence.
Tlanitlton, June 6.-Articles )f in
corphration were filed in the offlee of
the county clerk yesterday by thre
Steventiville Electrie Lighi, Power &
ITmprovem(ent company. 'the coTriTptny
is inrw-`parrated with a capital of $35,
(1560, which is divhied into 350 shares
of $lue each. The inTcfrp)oratrirk are
C'. B3. Mbe arthy of T-eleun, George T.
Enggs of Steventvine Tnro W It.
Enherr o; Siteven: ville. The principal
place or bu~inses c II he nit itevns
CIRA M1ON YiRL W11T f
MM I tOtEST
3ipokane, adsi., June 6:--Frank
I' rointT of the lITokfale Rifle hod Re
volver clth, who is clIamTIpionT revolver
obTt of the United States, will rnfet
J. E. V3TGormian of the hlSlh MoTad club
of Son FIra nTlsTT , a crack pistol shot,
In a TatcTh sTme thim tills mrionith lor
the chlainollnship of the western
country. The miatch calls for 50
shots with i pistol and 5I0 with aiT
revolver Tat 5(T yards. At thl match
heTiToTn the Shell MriTTTd club and the
Spoken Rifle and ltevolver club last
fall, Mr. Gorerin was high man, and
miode a score that helped his team
wlii the match by it snTlT maIrgin.
'1hut oucom'i( of th rinatclh hetwe'h
the two best mnb iTn this country In
their clasTes will li eagerly awaited
till over the contineiit.
BRIDGt$ ARFE PUr OUT OW'BiJSI
NESS BY WA1ERS AND MILL
Ialailton, Juno 6.--W. J. Gibson,
who is in charge of the crew that is
rehairing the bridges that have bemh
Tortly washed away between lainill
ton and Darby on the Northern Pa
cliii railroad, stated Itist evenitg that
it would take several days to put the
bridges ii repair. Sfventy feet of
bridge No Tt, which Is about a mile
sliuth of Lost hlorse freek, has been
e'ashed away by the flood waters of
the Bitter Root river. If it Is as Mr.
OGibSon says the big sawmilll at Ham
ilton will have to close down for it
day or so.
Suptrintendent J. B. Totrman of the
Anaconda (oupper Mining compiny's
lumber interests stated last evening
that be did not think a shutdown
would be aheessary, but, according to
Mr. flbsob, the bridges will not be re
paired in time to get logs down Mon
At Lake Como the water is rising
at the rate of an inch an hour.
Ilamilton, June 6.--Mrs. T. fT. Iath
eway of Misoula is in 'll1mfiton.
C. 'Wltdenei of Tozenman is tog
iste ed at thel a i iltoin.
John A. Taylor of Hibula, Iowa, ar
rived in Ilamnlton last evening. Mr.
Taylor will riomlin several days look
ing over the Bitter Root.
Ralph It. Robinson of Steveneville is
stopping at the Hamilton.
Dan P. Mahoney of Wallace, Idaho,
arrived In ifsnilton l'as't evening and
Is stopping at the Hamilton.
C. 1i. McCarthy of Helena is a busi
ness visitor in Hamilton.
William Fate of Missoula is regis
tered at the Hamilton.
James Nell cnjie 'down from Thaiby
lust evening to attend to business
nsa tiers in Hamilton.
Ralph It Ritno of Coi'vallis came
up to Hamilton fist evening and re
mained over night.
C. IT. Gregory of the forest Service
canti down from Lick creek last even
ing to spend Sunday in Hamilton.
Attorney Henry C. Stiff of Missoula
is registered at the Ravalli.
Glen It. Harrington of Butte camne
in on the Copper City local last even
ing on a. business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Douglas of Den.
ver are guests at the Iavalit.
J N. Walker came up from (or
vailis last evening to spend tilhe night
I). V. leiin spent yesterday in MIs
soula on business.
James I'iequett came up from Mlý
soula last evening to look after his
business interests here,
J. Finley Torrance returned from a
teits to Missoula last evening..
Mrs. B. MacDonald of Tacoma and
son, Arthur, inspecting engineer for
the state at Lake Como, are guests
at the Hotel Ravalli.
Mrs. Thlies, former housgkeeper of
the Bachelhors' club in Butte, is In
Hatmliton looking for a location for a
Mrs., C. S. Miles returned yesterday
from t. week's visit at Florence
.ilhn Waddellt, a wel1-known rtincher
of the upper Bitter Root, spent yes
terday in Hamilton on business.
W. 1V . Ilarlari of Como spent yes
terday in HamIilton attending to busi
Mrs. Rut hiregory returned to Gal
toogly Springs yesterday after visit
ing in Hanittltop for several: days.
.Edwdrd Barrill of Darhy spent sev
eral hours in Hamilton yesterday.*
Miss Rditii BIuh ot Z1ubt is visit
ing in Hamilton at the home of her
sister, Mrs. William Grobthtm.
John ,Nelson returned list evening
fromn a trip of several days to Salt
Lake and Butte.
IN ME Y OF DEA
SERICES Ai HELD
Despite the bad weather which pre
vailed there was a large itttendance
at the memorial services held by the
Wooduten of the Worl4 at the MIls
Santaul and Catholic cemeteries yester
day afternoon. At the graves of the
dead menmbtrs, to whose memory the
day was dedicated, short ritualistic
services were held, after which they
were generously decorated with flow
ers supplied by members. Several
members who were unable to attend
the services signified their sincere co
operation with the purpose of the or
der by sending large bouquets of
Hamilton, June 6.-Tltejantin TI.
Stewart arrived in Hamilton last even
ing front Fayette, Mo., where he
went to wed Miss Edna Ewin. Mr.
Stewart, aceompanied by his bride,
stopped off at Hamilton to visit for a
few days with his brothers, Layton
and Robert. Mir. Stewart holds the
position of mining engineer for the
Federal Mlining company of Wallace,
Idaho, and from here he will go there
to assume his duties.
LICENSED TO WED.
Hamilton, June 6.-A marriage
license was issued yesterday to
Thomas Kane and Grace Laws, both
of I'orvallis. Both young peopie are
well known in this section of the val
DESSI' ST RE# EL FS STiiU dK BY E
Stevensville, June 6.-Word has just
been received frn Stevepsville of a
citarrel or child's prank at the Three'
Mile school house on Friday evening
in which Dessfe Strebel was struck
Over the left eye with a rock, tvas
rendered unconscious and is In a very
Critical cohdition. As near as can he
learned, the little girl, who is aged
10 years, was on her way home from
school in company with her sister,
ltlyrtle, aged 11, when they were held
up by Oliver Sherids, aged 15, and
Carl and Paul Dayton, aged 11 and
10 years, iespectively. The bOys
daught iho hoite by the reins, but the
animal was whipped up by the girls
and got away from the boys, who fol
lowed the rig for some distance And
the rock was thrown by one of the
trio. The injured girl has been under
the care of a physlcian sine the trou
ble. It is not known whether it was
a quarrel among the children or
whether the boys were trying to scare
Work on the water works system
has been prtgreesing rapidly for the
past week and at this time about
three miles -of pipe have been iMid
and there is about that amount more
to he put down. The reservoir, which
is 10 feet deep and 90 feet square, has
been excavated, and the pipe from the
reservoir to town and down Second
street 10 in position, while on Main
street Most h' the pipe hps ' been
placed under ground. The workmen
have been greatly hindicapped for the
past few days by water running into
the trenches from the irrigation
The Montana Independent Tele
phone company yesterday had car
penters fittinii urc their quarters in the
new building of the Stevensville Mer
cantile dompdny. Their office will be
located two doors east of the post
offlce. The Awitchboard and tele
phones are expected to arrive the first
of the week and work will probably
start the last of the week on the
'Stevensville exchange aild the ''toll
lines. The Hamilton work will also
be taken up within the next week or
OIL FROI MEXICO
Washl 4 ton, June 5.-Piesidelt Taft
and Secretary Ballinger reached the
conclusion, that it would not be incon
sistent w1il the interests of public
service to divulge the details of infor
tpation . gathered in the ' oil fields of
Mexico recently by Dr. C. W. Hayes,
chief geologist. This decision was
communicated to the senate teday In
a message from the White House in
response to a senate request. The
conclusions of Dr. Hayes are that while
these oil fields promise to yield a large
quantity of crude oil, its quality is
such that it cannot compete uuder
present conditions in the markets of
the United States or Europe wills the
high grades of petroleum of the lli
nois or tiod-continent fields. Furlher,
the conditiobs are such that the do
mand for fuel oil and refined prod
ucts in Mexico exceeds the supply
available at present or in the future.
s- KLING WILL RETURN.
Chicago, June 5.-President Charles
l- W. Murphy of the Chicago National
t- league baseball team, upon his return
here today from Cincinnati, practi
V- cally admitted that Catcher John
Kling woulkl be with his team befori
t- the end of June. Kling wired Murphy
er he was willing to rejoin the team be
foige Jtly 1 provided he got his share
1g of ,the $10,000 bonus given the players
At who won the world's championship in
1908. President Murphy instructen
Manager Chance to hold a pro rata
share of the bonus for Kling in case
STABBED IN BACK.
0 5tutte, June 5.-Edward A. Hinch
cliff was stabbed in the hack this
morning by an unknown negro on
N~rth Wyoming street netr the Fin
e len hotel. The negro then ran north
le with the lilood-stainct ksife still 1n
. his hands. but he did not escape un
i. ti the had received severe treatment
1e front a crowd which quickly assem
le bled. Hinchcliff will recover.
IC Special to The Daily Missoulian.
y GUNS AND TENTS IN AFRICA.
td In the issue of Harper's Weekly for
- May 15 the Rev. W. F. Rainsford, D.
D., describes how the hunter's car.a
van is made to order in East Afyica.
It is a sale rule to allow 20 porters
to carry your personal belongings,
while a caravan of 100 porters-not in
eluding gun boys, head man, tent boys,
cook or Cyce, can carry for. a month
just 1,500 pounds more than their food.
O- Of course, one is mainly in the hands
1 of the head nian. The next ally. 1s one's
tent boy-although Dr. Itttisford's ok
thibited an inexplicable reluctance to
a beat a swamp for a lion. The cook, of
course, is an important personage.
a Least on the list is the toto, the a0
o prentice boy, whom you see first as he
e totters along under his heavy btrden
e in the rear of the Column. The toto is
not otn the strength of the caravan, but
is hired by a party of five ol' six por
tets to do their jobs around canm,
carry water, cook food, etc. Most of
the totos are orphans, "rickety, con
e sunptivc, haltf starved atoms of hu
o inanity, who ytt face with an African's
h quite wonderful cheriness the chances
. of safari (caravan) life, because it
- offers them plentiful food and some
sort of home."
BYV ANFMAL ENTERS CABIN OF
TEKOA MINEFS AND GETS
AWAY WITH SWAG.
ist Special to The Daily Missoulian.
a Wallace, June 6 -Miners at the
re' property of the Tekon Mining company
.ng had an experience with a bear it
Irk their cabin early this morning as a
,as result of which they are keeping a
'ry watch during the, night. The ani
be mndl entered the cabin threfugh a win
fh dow, seized a ham from the wall and,
om whether accidentally, or not, wrapped
er, the ham in the blankets torn from
eld the bed where two of the men were
nd sleeping and then made its escape. The
nd men Were too terrified to take after
w the bear.
n )e rGrand Lodge Plans.
.nd Among the events scheduled for the
the .week of the grand lodge meeting of
Ier the 'Idaho Knights of Pythias and
Su- Pythian Sisters in, Wallace, June 15 to
ýas 18, are the military ball by the uni
or formed rank, the competitive drill by
are the only two uniformed ranks in the
state, those from Wallace and Coeur
d'AIfie, the 'rubbefneck special" up
em the canyon to the Federal mines and
the a parade. It is expected 250 delegates
)ut will be In attendance.
ire More Machinery.
ich A4 spon its the snow goes off some
ias additional machinery will be taken to
the the Bullion mine near Saltese and the
md shaft will be sunk another 100' feet to
rtin a depth of 280 feet. The vein is
en dipping toward the shaft. A small
len crew is engaged at the mine iii break
the ing down the re.
the EXPERT RIFLEMEN.
le- Spokane, Juno f.-The Spokane
rsItifle and Revolver club will send a
bty sttong team td meet teams from Seat
the UP, Tacoma, North Yakima, Kenne
wick, Walla WTialla and other points
iso for the title at the championship
or shoot at Sedttle the last of July or
early In August. The shooting will
be with rifles, and unless there are
some added events, there will ie no
pistol matches on the regular pro
Prizes will be offered for the win
ning teams, and also for the men who
finish second, in addition to the indi
vidual prizes for the high scores and
averages made during the week of the
the Arrangements are under way for
)n- special matches between the best
9lc shots from the Seattle Cad Spokane
or- clubs, aside from the events that will
be giveni at the Alaska-Yukoni-Pacific
exposition. In these it is expected
e',s that revolver events will be pulled off
in to settle the ujuestion of Supremacy
in between the two biggest clubs in the
11l As all entries are open, other clubs
in the state may decide to enter
g teanli , but up to date oaly five organ
is izations have lent in their entries.
' : DEEDS ARE FILED
)f- Special Correspondence.
ily Hamilton, June 6.-The following in
I struments of record were filed in the
office of the county clerIc yesterday:
Deed-Albert Ahren to school dis
tricf No. 16, one acre of land near
les Deed-Annie V. Combs to Claude R.
rial Davidson, 120 acres of land near
rn Hamilton, $5,000.
ti- Deeil-Claude R. Davidsoh to F. H.
ho Reeser, 120 acres of land near Hamil
iy Deed Rittei Root Valley Irritation
me con'ipany to Harry W. Hall lots 23 and
ore 24, block 6, Setmanerdsle Orchards.
ars Deed-Bitter Root Valley IrrigatIon
company to Harold L. Fogley, lot 5
and half of lot 4, block 1, Hamilton
WHEN YOtPUE IN HAll
To spend a pleaslant hour at
Suldady night the
will be exhibited.
Mr. Bitter Rooter
When in Missoula get your
meals at. the
Open day and night.
107 W. Main St. Missoula
Bitter Root Valley
THE BEST IRRIGATE1R LAND IN
The available water supply is inexhaustible and capable
of irrigating 15,000 acres of the best orchard and farm
land in western Montana, where crop failures are un
Only twenty minutes' ride from Hamilton, the county
seat of Ravalli county.
Telephone, public schools, railroad, rural free de
Write for free illustrated booklet. Address all corres
S. M. WARD,
Hamilton, - - MIoitna
Best Buy in the Bitter Rfoot Valley
240-Acre farm, highly improved, on main road near
Woodside, 150 acres bottom and t0 acres bench land, water
right perfect, 64 acies orchard, 10 acres bearing, 20 acre's
timber, good buildings. All stock, tools and half the crop
goes to purchaser. Will sell all or part. Price $95.00 per
acre. Part cash; easy terms.
I and 5-Acre Tracts Right in Town
The finest location for a home in the town has just been
placed on the market at very reasonable prices and almost
your own terms. At the rate selections are being spade they
will all be gone in less than 90 days. Investigate now. We
West Hamilton Addition
Bitter Root Land and Improvement Co.
When You Come to Montana
Fall in line and be a booster. Call and see J. O. Read, the original booster
of the Bitter Root valley at the
HIs rates are right; his table is good and the accommodations are first
HAMILTON, MONT., the heart of the Bitter Root Valley
F. H. NICHOLS & SON
Contractors and Builders
We build from the ground up. We furnish plans and
specifications. We turn the house over to you complete
in every detail. We can save you time and money. We
have our head office for the Bitter Root valley at
The Six-Cylinder Car
Made in two sizes. Five passenger, 48 H. P. Seven passenger, 60 H. P.
Starts from seat. Requires no crankfng th front. Goes the rouite like
coasting down hill. For detailed description call on or address
J. E. TOTMAN, Agent, Hamilton, Montana
Will be pleased to demonstrate the "WINTON SIX"
8,000 ACRES OF THE DALY FARM
The most highly developed, ufost thoroughly irrigated,
most carefully cultivated laind in
THE BITTER ROOT VALLEY
The firoius Daly estate off rs for sale 5, 10 and 20
acre tracts, ideal lonations, never faihing water suipply,
splendidly adapted for rafiing fruits, vegetables and dairy
ing. Prices, S75 to $500 per acre. Some of the tracts
have substantial inpro'venients.
25 PER CEN'T DOWN, BALANCE IN 10 ANNUAL IN
STALLMENTS, WITH INTEREST AT 6 PER CENT
Handsomely illustrated booklet free for the asking.
BITTER ROOT -STOCK FARM, HAMILTON, MONT.
WELCH & HiARRINGTON, Agents
.115 Higgins Avenue, Missoula.