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A DOLLAR SHOW1
f.r A DIME
In the Five-Act Comoedy Drama
"WOMAN AGAINST WOMAN."
Prices: Lower floor, 15¢; bal
"A TRUE IRISH BOY."
Cor. Higgins Ave. and Main Street
Entire change of people every
Monday and Thursday.
LEO ST. ELMO.
"The Musical German."
THE TROY COMEDY QUARTET.
: ': . AND. LOU,
"The. Up-Side-Down Duo,"
MISS MARGARET BOLANDER
Entire change of performers Mon
days and Thursdays.
Entire change of pictures Mon
days, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Continuoy. Performance - First
performance, 7:30 p. m.; admission
150 and 250.
and Saturday at 3 p. m. Admission:
Ladies, 154; children, 10¢.
High-claos Motion Pictures
and Ilustrated Songs.
For information leading to the lease
of a ibilding, residence, or room suit
able for 'Hat Shop and Cleaning
Works. Wanted to occupy not later
than August 1. Call or address L. WV.
Austin, '129 East Main street.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
United States Depositary
Capital .............. ...... ..................... $200,0000
Surplus ........................ ................:. 50,000
interest Paid on Deposits in the Savings
Department at 3 Per Cent.Per Annum
Oftioers and Directors
'A. B. HAMMOND......................President
J. M. KEITH......................Vice President
EDGARL A. NEWLON..................Cashier
C. H. McLeod T. L. Greenough
:annneth Ross O. G. England
Ha C. Keitt
UNIT".0 STATES DEPOSITARY
PAID 9P CAPITAL .......................100,000
SURPLUS AND PROFIT............ 50,000
G. A. W OLF................................President
JNO. C. LEHSOUJ............Vice President
J. H.' T. RYMAN................ Cashier
Ferdinand Kennett, M. A. Fish, G. A.
"Wolf, John c.. I,nhanu. J. H. 1'. Ryman.
A General Banking. Business Transacted
NEWS OF THE RAILWAY WORLD
GET iEADY FOR NEi
PREPARATIONS ARE BEING MADE
.FOR MORE FAVORABLE
SCHEDULE ON BRANCHES.
Preparatory to the getting out of a
new schedule for the different branch
lines along thie road, Trainmaster
Hagerty left yesterday on No. 6 for
Livingston. The trainnmaster will look
into the matter of schedules on the
different branch lines and will preplare
another and more favorable time card.
The present system and the card
which went into effect last hionth
has not been very favorable to the
people along the road in Montana and
Washington, especially those along the
branch lines, and Mr. Hagerty's trip
was made for the purpose Of relieving
the objections to the lpresent service
as mIuclh s possible. The new time
card, it is thought, will be issued with
in the next few days.
J. M1I. HIurley, general roadmaster,
left yesterday afternoon for Hamnil
ton on practically the same mission
as Mr. Hiagerty and he will spend the
next cutlple of days in the valley
straightening things out up there.
Billings is having another railrohl
sensation and the appearance near. the
city of a party of surveyors, the meon
bers of which are dumb as to their
Iiurposes, is causing mlllch speculation
in the cattlc town. The .illings Ca
zette has the fillo\ving to say regard
ing the party:
"A sllurveying party of 16, which left
this city about three "weeks ago and
which has been wolkillng in the ter
ritory to the norlth, has linow rlteihedl
Iive Mile cr(ckl , aIc('loriilng' to Bill
ings ponple WIVho were alit the camin
yesterday. llThe memInbers of the party
refuse to give out any information as
to whom they are working for. All
expenses of the party are paid by fe'
engineer inl charge and a most thor
oulgh survey is Ibeing, run.
"The line, as far as it has been dur
vcyed, starts from Crooked creek, to
which point it is known that the Mil
wiaulikee has run Iprevious surveys, and
-is headed straight toward Billings."
LIouisianrt prloduces two-thirds of
the world's stupply of sulplhur, much
of it being mnclted by steam 600 feet
under ground and pumpedllllled to the sur
til - irt S.
From Butte, Helena,
RO'UND TRIP RATES
To Chicago, $54; St. Louis,
$50.25; Peoria, $52.15; Omia
ha, Sioux City, Kansas City,
Jule 4, 5, 11,. 12, 16, 26; July
2, 3, 23, 24; August 13, 14;
Septemlrll 10, 11. Limit, Oc
Diverse routes and stopovers. Rates
apply via St. Paul or Billings di
rect, or via Billings and Denver,
in either or both directions, with
out extra cost.
TAKE THROUGH CARS
Burlington - Northern Pacific
through equipment and through
trains; Burlington-Great Northern
through trains via St. Paul and
our Mississippi River scenic line,
or via Billings to Chicago, St.
Louis, Kansas City, Omaha, Den
ver. Does not through equipment
mean a good deal to you?
Holders of Burlington tickets have
broadest choice of diverse routes
that include all the important and
interesting cities. No other rail
road offers such' possibilities of dif
ferent routes. No tour of the east
is complete that does not include
Consult any agent of the North
ern Pacific or Great Northern, or
let me plan your trip.
OH. A. BRADT, Gen.
Agt., 15 W. Broad
way, Butte, Mont.
"THE ROAD TOKLOVE,"
A. leasing picture of romantic
"STAR AND FLOWER,"
By Ed Levasseur.
"A WAR-TIME TALE."
Replete \\ith thrilling scenes.
"JA4KIS, SUCCESSFUL BLUFF,"
A, pictursc tull sof :nirut•h.
IN NNTH" FO 9
WORD IS RECEIVED OF THE
DEATH OF THREE YOUNG
MEN IN IDAHO RIVER.
TVord was received unoffitially
in the Milwaukee offiles here yest'dr
day of the death of three young men
in the North Fork by drowning. The
young men were all in the employ of
the railroad and lost their lives, it
is thought, in attempting to ford the
river, which is now high. Dispatches
from Kalispell confirm this rumor.
The names of the men o'e C. A.
Lacey, Andrew Parker and W. P.
Superintendent Marshall resumned his
duties on the division yesterday after
his trip over the division with Presi
dent Earling, who went through on his
way to the coast last week. Mr.
Marshall reports that the president
was favorably impressed with thi
work which has been done in this sec
tion of the country and that he was
well pleased with the way things were
running here. This trip was the first
direct inspection which Mr. Enrling
has made of the western extension of
the road and was made preparatory
to the opening of traffic this sum
All is business on the division now.
This section of the road was the last
to be finished and presented, perhaps,
the most difficult engineering prob
lems which were tiet on the whole
road. Work was also seriously delayed
all last suiinmer by tile grcaot daiit
age which was done to the nlf-flin
ished tra .ks by the high watetr. C'on
sequently there is a. great rush on tile
division to get things into shape as
soon its possible and to prepare for the
starting of traffic, which will com
mence, it is thought, within the next
month or so. Speaking of the matter
yesterday, Superintendent Marshall
raid: "I could ,not attempt to name
a definite date for the opening of the
road, for it would be impossible in
our present untinished condition to do
so,. We aoe working hard, howcver,
to get things into shape and a rtegu
lar service will be started just as soon
The work around the yards has al
most been completed. The tracks
have all been ballasted and the yards
tas a whole gotten into good shape.
Yesterdayt a crew was at work all day
laying the frtdght track alongside the
nmatin line west of the (Tiepot for a half
a mile and as soon as this is fln
ished things here will be in fino
FIRST PASSENGER LEAVES.
Tacoma, June 14--The first regular
passenger train to leave over the Chi
cago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound rail
road, left Tacoma at 6:31) this morn
ingt with about 25 passengers. The
train goes through to Malden, in TVhit
man county, where it is due to arrive
at 10:15 tonight.
BEATEN TO DEATH
Los Angeles, Cal., June 14.-Details
of the allt!ged violent death of an
other insane patient at the state in
sano asylum at Patton similar to that
of Henry Grassmee are related in a
story published this morning reciting
the case of Edward L. Parsons of
this city, who died at the institution
March 16 last.
According to this report Parsons
was terribly beaten on different oc
casions, and finally injured so badly
that the result proved fatal. Mrs.
Parsons says her husband was beaten
to death. In the certificate issued by
the asylum authorities, according to
the report, "General peresis and acute
dilation of the heart" are given as
causes of death. When she' went to
the asylum to claim the body of her
husband, Mrs. Parsons says she found
he had three broken ribs. Drs. Wil
son, acting medical superintendent at
Patton, is quoted as saying last
night that Parsons was beaten to
death by another patient named Pho
THE SIGNAL COPS
TO B RIEQfRA4lED
Seattle, June 14.-The United States
signal corps in Alaska has been re
organi'ed as a result of the recent in
stallation of wireless stations in
Alaska and wireless apparatus, whicu
\\ill displace the government telegraph
lines, which heretoforo have been a
source of great trouble in keeping in
repair. The headquarters of the dis
tricts will be made at new points.
One headquarters will be moved
from St. Michael to Fort Gibbon. The
district extends along the telegraph
line from Glen to St. Michael ' and
embraces Nome, Safety, Fort Gibbon,
St. Michael and Kotlik amongst its
stations. There is little change in
district No. 2, which extends just
south of the Yukon from Glen to
Paxon, has Fairbanks as its head
quarters and embraces Circle and
Electricity has rpclaced mnules as
the mntive power on the street rail
,ays of Sanlos, i *' razilian city
NEW SERVICE IS INSTALLED ON
WEST END OF PUGET SOUND
Last Sunday, Jun', 13, marked one of
the flt'st steps toward the installing of
the through train s, vice of the new
Puget Sound and iuorntally marked the
ending of the constreuction era on the
coast division and the beginning of
operations on one of the biggest
ttranscontinental roads in the country.
O)n S'utnday a. di'yllght freight and
passenger service was started on the
coast division of the new road ex
tending from Malden, Wash,, to Ta
coma. The service is a local one, so
far, and is preparatory to tthe open
ing. of the road for transcontincntial
traffic, which opening is set at pres
ent for January 31, 1910. The EllOns
bur'g Localizer has tilhe flowing to
say regarding Sunday's opening:
"A train will leave Tacoma for al
de2n daily at 6:30 a. mn., starting fromn
the Tacoma Et'stern l depot. Stopping
at the stations of North Puyallup,
Sumner. Auburn, Kent and Black
River, the, train will leave beattle at
8:15 a. m. The 313-mile run will
terminate at Malden, the iivision
ipoint, at 11 p. m. the same day.
"Following are the stations at
which stops will be made by the Mil
waukee local passenger train between
Tacoma aind Malden: Tacolna, North
Puyallup, Sumner. Auburn, Kent,
Black River, Seattle, Stacy street,
Ar'go, Van Asselt, Black [liver, Ren
ton, Elliott, Dryden, Trade, lidolanthe,
Molalneton, Ranger, Galtrcia, Banders,
Locld:alo, .Laconia, Keechelus, .VIilt
tier, Easton, Lavendetr, Cle 1tumt, 1lor
lick, Thorpt, Murdock, Ellensbturtg,
Kittitas, Rrenslow, Boylston, (Cheviot,
IVo~, Cohassett, lievierly, Jericho,
Smyrna, C.oletta, Curfu, Taunton, An
son, Othello, Duval, Warden, Roxbro,
Servia, Lind, Vassar, Ralston, Hill
crest, Marengo, Paxton, Revere, (las
tleton, La Vista, Palisade, Kenora and
"En route to* this city at train will
leave Malden dally at 5:30 a. m., stop
ping at all the foregoing points and
reaching this city'at 10 a. in.
"Freight trains will be operated
west over the Coast division on Tues
ldays, Thursdays antd Saturdays. East
bound freights Will start from the
coast for Malden on Mondays,
Wednosdays and Fritlays.
"All eastbound freiyht trains will be
made up lit Maple Valley, leaving
there at 6:15 a. ni. and reaching Mal
den at 3:15 p. in. on tile day follow
ing. Westbound freight trains will
leave Malden at 1:30 a. m. daily,
reaching Maple Valley at 1:30 Il. nm.
Special freight service will be nmain
tained between 'T'acoma and Seattle
anal Maple Valley, cionnecting with
the freight service for Malden.
"Special rules for train operation
contained in the time table are:
"'Trains going east will have the
absolute right of track over other
trains of the same class running in
the opposite direction.
"'Trains will take their dates at
"'Trains will not exceed 15 miles
per hour through tunnels.
"'Trains will tross all bridges and
apllroach all bhlffs and cuts where
slides are possible, under control.
" 'Freight trains will not carry pas
"P. C. Hart is superintendent of the
Coast division and J. I. Hood and
I'. R. Willard trainmasters. The east
and westbound passenger trains are
known as Sos. - and 2, respectively,
while the freights westbound are No.
71 between Malden and Othello, No.
73 between Othello and Cle Elum and
Maple Valley. Eastbound freight
trains are Nos. 72, 74 and 76.
VOLUNTEEH FIE MEN
Butte, June 14.-Today is the Thir
ty-first anniversary of the organiza
tion of the Butte Miners' union No. 1,
the parent body of the Western Fed
eration of Miners, and as usual it was
plublicly celebrated. Business was sus
pended for the day and 4,000 union
nmen of all classes marched in parade.
Shortly before noon while thousands
of holiday idlers thronged Columbia
gardens, the cafe at that resort took
fire from an overheated stove. A coin
pany of Butte firemen hastened to
the scene aboard a special car, but
meanwhile volunteer firemen picked
out from the crowd, had manned the
private hose and saved the cafe, which
is in the heart of the concessions and
would have destroyed them all.
TWO THOUSANO MEN
SHOT LIRl RABBITS
Constantinople, June 14.-One of the
foreign consuls in Turkey, who has ar
rived at Tarsus after a tour of the
scenes of the April massacres, has sent
in a replort confirming the previous
appalling details, in the course of
which he says:
"Two thousand laborers were shot
like rabbits at Hamadieh and in the
surrounding fields. Their bodies are
still lying just where they were work
The use of chlorine in the proportion
of five parts to Orie million, according
LOCAL AGENTS ARE EXHIBITING
WONDERFUL INVENTION IN
An invention which bids fair to rev
olutionize thlt tcelephonic \world of to
day is thatt of A. Frederick Collins,
who hats lperlfecteId antl hlas in practical
1iuse the 'oillins' wireless tellehone.
This tcllpholne is onstructed some-lllt
whalt along the idea of the wireless
telegraphll sstemn ill that it hits re
ceiving stationls built on the salme
1lpLIas aLnd the transmission is by clec
tro-rtdiatilon. 'tThel ttheory hits been
complletely wo\\rkdl out andl stations
hIave b1een established and uilccessfully
W\\orked at Clasco Hay. Maillne. ere
the systemlt is heingl installed onl 30
islands in the bay anllld four of these
stittiolls i .Xve tlrked in unisonl al1nd
400 inldependent illessages were trtl's
mitted antd received without interrUlp
tion on the lirst day.
At it Itpubli demonstration in New
ark. N. J., a clear and1 distinct con
'vrsation was carried on11 with lparties
in Philadtelphiai, Pa., a distance of 81
miles. It is only to question of plant
tlltl voltage until tlhe teleplhones will
ibe succe ssfully worked over thousands
of miles and it is predicted that in
time it will be an easy nmtter to talk
fromn Ntw York city to points in
Australia or even gratler distances
with wonderful clarity.
The plan ultnder which the company
is organized is simnilar o to that of the
Jull Telephone colmpany. The capital
stock comprises 1,000,000 shares at a
par value of $1.00. Only 400,000 of
these have lbeen placed on the mnarket
and already ovter 200,000 shares have
been dislposd of. An exhibition plant
has been installed at the Alaska
Yulkon-PaT'lflic exlpositlon anlld has at
tractedtl considlerble attention. Within
Ihe nixst 188 months systern will Ihe
listtilled Ialong the Atlantic coast at
the principal cities between Portland,
Maine, atlnd Key West, Ilorillit. One
has already been established at Now
ark, N. J., and is In operation. Ships
eoquipped with wireless telephones can
converse with one another or with
shore stations. Automobiles carrying
one of these instrumenllts can order
relief from gartages ill cities in ease
of breakdown in rlural districts. The
Iportable instruiltont Is gotten up In
c'onvenient f'ormll, the system of con
necting with phones is practically the
same its that used by the Automatic
Telep.honei company; that of a dial
with a halnd manillllatetd nearly the
satlme as the combllinlationl on a safe
idoor. The o0nly radical change being
that tile w\ireless Iholne didl uses only
figures, whilt the Automlatlc phone
has letters and figures. Mach instru
merent has its otn individual wave
variation, and the turning of the dial
in rotation to the nlnlbers correspond
ing with that of the number wished
fortms a dliect connection with that
numbler, without trouble or error. The
wireless is especially adapted for mine
work. Should a calve-ill occur on any
level in aI mine equilpped with this
style of Iphlone communication could
be immediately established with the
laill office. For this hazardlolls work
the Collins' wireless lIhone is prac
tically indispensable. Its field is far
larger and broader than that of the
wire system, for while it can work
wherever wires can it may also le de
lpended upon to work with accuracy to
and from moving trains, ships and
autos. At a, private demonstration
given yesterday at the offices of
Messrs. J. C. Connors and Mr. WV.
Earnest, general fiscal agents for the
state of Montana, the phone was used
through four walls and every tone was
heard distinctlly, and clearly. In this
instance was shown how practical
would he its use in mines. Everyone
interested in this methnd of transmit
ting verbal Inessages would be well
replaid for a visit to Room 52, Tle
Paxton block, the temporary offices
of the company in this city.
REFIUSES I EXPEL
Chicago. June 14,--The lBaptist min
isters' conference, by a vote of 37 to
14, decided today against expelling
from membership Professor George
Burman Foster of the University of
Chicago, whose published utterances
on religious subjects have been crlti
cised by Baptist ministers as being
The adopteid resolution in substance
is a relffirmlation by the assembled
ministers of their alligianc'e to the
Baptist churcmh; of their belief in the
doctrinesof of orthodoxy, reguardlless of
the beliefs or works of Professor
Foster or any others.
BANANA CROP DAMAGED.
New Orleans, June 14.-A special
from Puerto Cortez, IHonduras, says
that recent high winds have caused
great damage to the banana crop, the
yield on a numuber of pla.ntations hav
ing been ruined for the present season.
Never Fails to Restore
Gray Hair to Its Natl
oral Color and Beauty.
No matter how longit has been grayor lad.
ed. Promotes a luxuriant growth of healthy
hair. Stops itsl fallng out and pott.evy
removes Dadrut.l Keeps hair sort and
glossy. Refuse all substitutes. 2 times a
much in $1 as 50c. size. I. Neta D e.
1 & 50e. bottles, at dragglsts,
Send 2c. for free book "The Careof the Hair."
Philo Hay Spccr.Co., Newark, N.J.
Hay's Harfina Soap cures Pim
ples, red, rough anl chapped hands, and all
akin disenses. Koeps skin tine and oft. 25c.
druglgists. Send . m, ifr fre isuk "The Care
IN THE BIG BASEMENT
85c Silks $1.50 Silks
lBeautiful and ologant designs of Il:lck taffeta silk, 36 inches wide,
flgurtdl India silk, in at least 20 extra good quality; goes at a big
difforent shad(s,. On sale Turs- discount. On sole Tuesday......9
lday . .............. .................. . .. 3 96
$2 Silks 65e Sheets
Tllnck taffeta silk. 36 inches . id; The Success brand of ready-made
trictly guarnuted. ()n sale Tues- sheets, 72x90, extra good quality.
day . ............................. 45 n sale Tuesday..................42 1-2 #a
15e Chambray 17%C Pillow Ca.t
Snowflake ready-made pillow cases,
Ianc-hester chambray. all colors 45x36 inch size; extra good q -a4e
imaginabl e for snll bnnets, misses' ity. On sale.Tuesday ................ 10Q
suits. On sale Mon~davy.... 12 1-2
11c Searsucker 20c Bimitf
l legnnt smart .olors and stripes in eanutiful designs in a nicely woven,
thel latsnt weave of seafrsucker; small figured dimity; extra speifal
Tuesday, s cia ...... ............. 121-2 Tuesd y ............................. 1 1
20c Grass Cloth 20c Lougdloth
Ti non colored gnss oth, l0 inches IEnglish longcloth, chamois finish, 3$
wide; suitable for traveling suits Inches ide; elegant oohs for
and dusters. (On slo Tuos- skirts special., Tuesday .12 1-2
day .................... ................ 12 1 -2 0
20e Picretines 8IC G ghal
c Apron ginghamn in small chelt;
TIlmported pierotines. , 36 i(iche wide, an extra good grade at 8 1-3. Oi-l
in light shirwrtaist patterns, Iand salo Tuesday ....................................
also in darlk; special, Tuesday..15
8%c Calicoes 8 e .indl+o
SGenuine Indigo blue prints in alt
Comfort calicoes in all colors and designs, such as stripes, 4eta:
elegant designs and stripes. On flowered, and also. plain. Ont ae .
sale Tuesday ................. .............. Tuesday ........... ......... .......
Corner Higgins avenue and Pine street, Missoula.
KILL THE DANDRUFF GERM.
Or Your Hair Will Fall Out Till You
Modern science has discovered that
dandruff is caused by a germ that digs
up the scalp in scales, as it bororws
down to the ropts of the hair, where it
destroys the hair's vitality, causing
frlling hair, and ultimately, baldness.
After Prof. Ufina of Hamburg, Ger
.many, discovered the dandruff germ,
all efforts to find a remedy failed un
til the great laboratory discovery was
made which resulted in Newbro's
Herpicide. It alone of all other hair
preparations kills the dandruff germ.
Without dandruff, hair grows lux
uriantly. "Destroy the cause, your re
move the effect." Sold by leading drug
gists. Send 10e in stamps for sample
tV The Herplcide Co., Detroit, Mich.
Two sizes, 50(! and $1.00. Missoula
Drug tCo., special agents.
Sale of School Bonds.
Victor school district No. 7, Ravalli
county, Montana, will sell $5,300 10-20
optional school building bonds at par.
The lowest rate of interest, payable
semi-annually, January 1 and July 1
of each year, to determine the sale.
Certified check, $300. Denominations,
nine $500 each, one $800. Bids opened
10 a. nm. July 1, 1909, in county treas
urer's office, HTamilton, Mont. Bonds
to be signed and delivered to county
treasurer July 5, 1909, to be taken up
July 15, 1909. J. J. BOND,
Clerk School Board.
Dlssovutlon of Copartnership
Notice is hereby given that the co
partnership heretofore existing be
tween John Minnehan and William
Corbett, under the firm name and style
of Minnehan & Corbett, is this day
dissolved by mutual consent, William
Corbett withdrawing from said firm.
All debts and accounts due said firm
are to be collected by John Minnehan,
and all claims against said firm are to
be presented to him for payment. The
business of the old firm will be co i
tinued by John Minnehan.
Mao 15. 10S
Notice of Road Poll Tax Due the City
A special tax of three dollars ($3.00)
is levied on all able-bodied male resl
dents of the city of Missoula, between
the ages of 21 and 45 years, as a
road poll tax fur the year ending 1909
and is now due and pIayable at the
city treasurer's office in the city hall.
T. G. HATHEWAY,
B ROQG KS'
You know you'll need lighter UNDERWEAR in a few
,lays; buy now and have it ready. STRAW HATS are
comfortable such days as these.
We know we have the goods and the prices are right.
Everything That Men War
EMPIRE BUILDER TALKS.
Winnipeg, June 14.-James J. HIll
has informed Mayor Jamieson f Cal;.
gary that he was rushing the comple
tion of his Pentieton, B. C., branch
with the object of getting a strong
foothold on the Rocky mountain sec
tion of Canada and then be able to
reach out and tap the prairie prov
inces. Mr. Hill said the people of
western Canada need not be surprised
If they found that he had swooped
down into their territory, as that is
A Peculiar Wrench
of the foot or ankle may produce a
very serious sprain. A sprain is
more painful than a break. Ih all
sprains, cuts, burns and scalds Bal
lard's Snow Liniment is the best
thing to use. Relieves the pain in
stantly, reduces swelling, is a perfect
antiseptic and heals rapidly. Price
25c and $1. Gee Freisheimer.
Has opened up a first-class
tailoring eistablishmlent in
the Missoula Hotel block and
is preplared to imake a suit of
clothes for you that will be
stylish, substantial and a
perfect fit at every point.
See his samples. All
Come Arou4 ai
Splendid merchanth' luncl
from 11:30 to 2 o'clock .every
day at Ye Oldn Inn. 40 centa.