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AIAIIPAq4 T"LPHONE SHARES
DECLINE INEARLY FOUR
POINTS DURING DAY.
New York, June 20.--!S.. k4 cave
way' slowly today to i tmnllntralively
-ranJl amount of Felling. T!he market
15I r uniiusually dull. A few .stok(.q, ucih
Is G(reat Northern lprefe rrd, .':ianldhin
Po.itfe, )entler & Rio (G,;l, th11i
FAl.r, .nternaltonal Halrvester and the
.leetil' and telephone llhnres lot
point or more, while Norfolk & West..
ern and less active issulles xhhllted
considerable strength. The prelrM!'tl on
cetainty a& to cropll prosp.crlts Is l.rgie
ly rIesponsible for this islliti.. T'he
11111 staiks were fmong the l :lkest eof
standard raMilr. d issues. Tfl7i list -x
hlbjted, considerable h iderivin;
sttength, as was indicnte I lby It'
steadineql in the fie' of i! ,lll'i'ti ofi.
neatly four points Iate in l't di> i y
Amierican Telephone. News that the
directors of the teleiphone company hanl
recommended an incruase ,f $10.000,
3000i'n.capli.l stock was the signal for
the most vilgorolu movemeint of tile dlav
by bear trademn. There was furthet
ntillvp trating on thie curtl today in thel
new Psnq.ma canal bonds, lmo1tr(e thun
$3.000,000 of Wuc'h seld "when isluel]'
from 102% to 1083, the price tending
towards the lower figures, follnt i.ln
the publllhlng of figures at which
a wards wea~, mi de.
Before thq govertnment can malo' the
remaining $ 40,000,000 Panama bondh
authorled., bankers believe the price
may come withia range of whpt they
are wllnlg to pay.
The boInd market was Irregulalr.
Amerlcan Telephone convertible 4r+
weakened with the stock. Total al-t-s
(par value), $2$2$,000.
United States bonds were uncvhanlerl
on call.
New Yo.k Closing Stooks.
Amalganmate. opper .......... ....... 70%
Amerlcan OsetiPugar ............ 14%
American Car & Iady (bid).............. 66.
Amnerican Cotton (OI .................. 51%
American ioComotive ..................... 42%,
American Smelting & Refining...... 523
do pfd .....................................107
American Sugar R aing ................130
Anaconda Mintng Co. ..... ...... 41
chison .................. .....114
Atlantic Coast Line .....................181%
Baltlmore & Ohio .............................1979%
Brooklyn Rapid Transit .................. 80
Canadian Pacitlo ...................28%'
Chesapeake J% Ohio ...... ....-............ 84
Chicago & NQrthwestern (bid)...... 148
Chicago. MII. & St. Paul.................. 27%
Colorado [email protected] & Iron ...................... 34%
('olorado & Southern ......... .. 54
--laware & Hudson (bid) ..............173
Denver & Rio Graide .................. 238
do pf .............................. ......... 55%
rie .6.................................... . . %
(lreat Northern pfd ......................1..186%
Great No$rhern Ore Otfa. (blid) ..... 63%
Illinols InTral p .........................14Q%
.... . .z __+ .. ... . . ..- .../
M ONI ddition
is the ibest., It. is
the best in location,
the best in natural advan
tages, the best in surround
ings, the best in price, the
best in terms. There is
nothing in . the local real
estate market that com
pares with it. These lots
are right in the city; they
are surrounded_ by the fin
est homes in Missoula on
two sides, by the state uni
versity campus and the
Missoula ri'veron the other
two sides. It. is an easy,
walk to. Monmtant add.4.ion.
and the lots can be bought
on easy terms. There is
no reason why you should
not have some of these
lots. The prices are with.
in your means, a* we. make
terms.whltch make it pos.
sible for. any and every
man in. the city to pur
chase, Wer want you to
have some of these,
choice,, lots, If you
will call at my office, I
shall be gladtoacScompanly.
you to Montana addition
and slpW 5dutl. property.
If yod haveh't time to call,
send m-,,wo_4 -a , I will:
call fop' you., Do not over
lopkrthis . ty. It
is.,ane w I. i et come
to' yod o .n in'your life,
, are so t~uer lots
1 · r' Street
tp·/
1,tenrMlgapur Met. (bid)................... 18'
p t4 ....... ...................................... 5136
• . yklff I Naehvf 1e...................914
S ........... ....... . 601%
MlAuourt..E t & Texa.............. 37
National WImruit . ............ 135%
National leaA .............. ... . %'
New York Central (ex. dlv.) ...... 109%
Norfolk & W estern . ...............101%
Northern Paclifc ............. 3.. ....1s3%
Pagifrle M l ............... . ..... ... 27
'Pennt ylvanlia ....... . 124 ,
Pepl's ns ......... ........ 16
P'ulhpan Talace Car (bhl) ....... 161'/4
Rl eadt ing ........... . .......... ........... 159%
Rock lnland (a). ........................ 316
ld o p .. .. ... ... .. . ....... 6
Soulthorn Paecfl(e .................. 1201
Southern al llwny . . ....... . 31I
Union ]'tlflc ...... ..... 115%
IBlted .Rates ................. 7R%
do )rfd ... . . 118%
Wal.li . . 17
12 i) . ...f. 31%
Westecrn I!nlln (t"x. div.) ......... 7
tandard ()I . . .650
Letigh Vallhy .. . 178%
Amnerican To.tmceo pld ...... 96
New York Mining Stocks.
Alice .. ......... . 22
(.oinitock Tunnll4n 4l ilk . ....... 26
d(1o lw tlld ... 16
('nii. C'oI. ind Vai ....... . . .1410
Horn HI'ver ......... 25
rn lv r ........ .. ..... .. 100
L ait4lio C.('n. (offere.d) .. . 1... 10
IAttle C2hlief (offered) . 5
M xh a ........n . . .. .. ......... 440
Ontario ......... ....... 100
(phlir ..... .............. .. 200
Standard .. ..100
Yellow Jacket ... ... ... 10
Boston Mining Stooks.
Alou ................. ................ . 32
Amntlglnmatc1l (Copper .................. 70%
Amn. Zinc I nald1 & m ................... 29%
Arizona Comm .erelal ..................... 17
A tla n tic ......... .... . .... ... ... . .. 6
IHon. & C(orb. Cop. & 1ill. Mg ..... 14'4
Butte cn lltion ............................ 19'k
('nlimet & Arizona ................ ..... 62
(altimet & Heela ...................... 475
Centennlnial ....................... ............ 12
Copper Range Cron. (O. (ex. dliv.).. 621,
Eust Butte 10 1p. Mine ....................... 33%
Franklln ......... .. . ............... 13
(Giroux ('onaolklatd ................... 7.
•(ranby ('onolldated ............. 421
(freene C(' at2s ..... 7%
Isle Roy~ullo (C.pper) ............ 17%
Kerr Lak .................. .....
Lake Copper ............. ..... .......... 3
*a Ra.lle Copper 4....... ............ 4
M iam l Co, pper .......... .............. 22%
Mohawk ................... .... . 52
Nevada Con. (ex. div.) .............. 203
Nipl sing M n ............................. 10%
Ngrth Butte ......... .......................... 34
North Lake ............................ .......... A%
Old Dominion (ex. dilv.) ....... ..... 474
Onenila .............. .......... 1.8
Parrott (Sllver & Cup.) .................. 13
Q uincy ....... .......... ................ 71
R ha n non ............................................... 1 %
P u perior .. ... .......... ....... .. .
Sulperir & Ilhu ton Milln ............ 5....... 5
Superlor & Ptts. .p ... ........ 17%,4
Tamarack .. . ...................... 35
IT. H. tih . Rm f. & M ......................... 39%
do pfd ... ..... ........ ......... 48%
Uitah Conelklited ................. 1834
tItah .Copper o(. (ex. div.) ............. 51
W inona, r ............ . ..................... 8%
Wollverine .................113
Grain and. Provisions.
(f'heago, June 20.--IPomilbly the wild.
est.truding of the year turndl the grain
$,L)t today into bedklm. Weather dam
a. . do crop put, a nerve-wrecking
trlain on prices. Reallsing, of Profits
diminlished the excitement In twhoat
lt4Ir the elope. Iowerlng thw market
'frcut extreme figure., but other.cereala
held tight. Whteat finished .1%4 to 1%o,
hiajaer than last night.
As much as 2%1 a burhel was added
to the cost of wheat byfore.the atamn
pede to the buying side was brought
to a halt. As a matter of fact taw
stacking up of orders to ptlrchase lift
:*l the local trade off iti feet and re
eulted for a whlie it a plain (case of a
runaway market. Finally bankers' aad
vices minlinJiing conalderably alleged
injury In Hnouth Dakota aid ,telling of
an excr4lernt outlook In the twin
taltea to the north had a relatively
calmlng effort, especillly when joined
with large sales. Another was the
lower temperature in the drought belt.
At the end of the day thll' day Was com
paratively steady. During the mse.ilon
July cokld from 89 to f1ie and closed 'he/
hitgher alt 9Ic.
Traeding int oats reanched high pm
Iport i.ns. High and low poinnts for Sop-i
tembler were 41% Innld 40 1hc, with last
sales 1%#1, I i'i up at 41%c.
Protlevlonsl advanced mainly on ac
count of the grain strength.ll When the
bell Mtrutck, pork had hisen 17½1,6e and
the rest of the list fro, i shadle to
:124c.
Minneapolis Wheat,
Minneapolis. Juno 20.--Close: Whent:
July, 96%c; Reptembler, 95t%6. 951tc;
No. 1 hard, 99¼,c; No. I northern. 971%
61 t9Ie; No. 2 lorthlrn, 944ti 197 %/e; No.
3 wheat. 91 % 6i98%6c.
Money Market.
New York. June 20.-Monel. on call,
stoutly, '.21' 2½1 per ellt; ruling rLlt
and closing I ki, 2% per cent; off ried
at 2'. per cent.
Time liaw, dull: 60 dlays, '2b ,aper
cent: 90 days, 2%0hE2% per Ioit; six
nlmolth, 3y @18,, i)er cent.
Close: Prime menrantlle plper, 4 to
4½ per cent.
4toerting exchange, asteNy, with
actual business in bankers' bills at 480
for 60-day bills and sat 486.87. for de
conmer.cial hills, 483½.
lIar aillver, 53c.
Mexilcan dllare, 45e.
(lovernlent bonds steady'; rallroad
Imnds irregular.
Metal Market..
New York, June 20..'-Pltlldard pop.
per, firm; spot, $12.30011.40. London,
tfl.tre pot, (#7 ba fmt l4,le £6 17 17s 8u.
Arrivals reported at New York todtiy,
'445 tons, Custom b)pue returns show
expaoat of 19J27 tatl u. far thib
msontb. lake oopper, [email protected]; elec.
trlytdo, $138.6.8', 3.96; casting,
$12.87% @12.50,
LaML~.etea4Vy, $.4504.50 New York.
London, 18 8 ,3 Sd.
. Spel4s, etrong, $5.7501.90 New York
Londoon, 494.18* 6
LATENT TUBERCULOSIS IS IN
MOST OF THE OFFSPRING
OF LOWER CLASSES.
Denver, .Jints 0,.--That pri ] tletlly nilm
chlfdreit iL the lowe'r ctis4e or4f ~w.
'lfty tire tiff'. c tid fith tt lbe.r'llhn isil i1t
lintent forma b th,. "iinse (they reniet flhit
iage of 1. or If ye'ir', butl Itht this
'fltentt Iltf ,cti.n, l Is dlf tlnl.tively lv ire.
teetivlo aInd gives", in most (i'i4tI, In
immunitfy igine'n t filtHt ttlliir('II,, -i In
ufter yei'rs, w\ tI fh' eturi e o' ith- lln
ntuIl udltles of Ihr. Willla-m II. W\Vlit,
preMlideht of the. Natinonl A n u.atithI
for t-hle lftttly 4uul Ptrc'vi\tlti of T.'uhir-.
.tltoNiJ, WhIlch opefni t ld i i ts f ef4 Mlh lillft
mnlic a.,nnventlon here todlaly.
"Per0sons whit luave ia 'tit rtellslfs Iin
f'letlhin have it prott'tliton by virtue lti
tilll Inlfnctitn," soild hr. WS'el(,. " VWh
in rinme i atple i this Itth'fI. r t tn ,hio hl Ih
adeltif tend it why In othlers It .should
not he iadeqlun'te nltd should lise pt.
I.t)nllry ('Omiint{pttntiIt \V% n 11, w II ot kno\w.
It if surmised ft ft it If the lowritl of
1th retlsItan.e of thel Individull thut
.detroy4s tlhe d ivantllltlfc , f fth, . pr,.ftw..
I.on, aind I think w\e lhitllhl entll'rtudn
thif view. Thish Inrligsi it o 'the I(otl
ideralitli n f t.i h Ilfllt iland tie chlld
ni ithe most importa. t agent in the
prevention of tubterellloll.'"
lfoitsltn tftihe address of Protfildnt
Wrhilh, routine nI1nittlers ttok tp the
morflnig astsioll. lin the ilftPrn1.tonl the
iut'loIt.leCl sr~tlion of t.lh ni.tltlatllh
dlslr4ussed44' "The '("hllld Iandt tlle, 4hool."
l'apers wr'er rlo ead by Irlonard PI. Ayro~n
of New York. DTr,. . . . McMleluCe)
and W. A. Evans of flhienio, D)r. John
If. Hawoi of ilsiteton IalI] Mrs. Helen "L
W'lxon. oldorldio state sll perintendellllnt
Tonight a meetilng of thil nadvitory
onulncil dllsrtd ",fflcrll respnllsl
hIillty In the tuberettlosis proKgrain."
Resolutio,ns adltopted id n tolief the
reatilon by cities and tountles of
tuher.uloMs dllispenairletl nnd hospitalsl
for ndvanced caoeS; the tubercullin
test for. dairy herds and the pnsteur
Ization of all milk.
Dr. James A. Miller ,of Net York
Was e.cteLd dilrectlor to sutieced D)r.
I. (1. Janeway, dloieltled. Alllmong the
Iew ldilrectors elected ore: I)r. Elmer
-I. Hlie, Beattle; Dr. Thomfi as I). Tut
tle, Helena, Mont.; Dr. (. .IE. Webl),
Colorado Hprings.
The dlrectors will meet tomorrow and
elect pfflcers.
AP IS RECAPTURED
AFRER ESCAPE
YELLOW MAN FOR WHOM FRANK
CONLEY WAS SURETY WILL
BE RETURNED.
Helena, June 20.-(Special.)-Hy
omil Matstimuru, a subject of Japlan for
Whonl Warden ('onley of 'the tate ipen
Itentiary was surety, and who took
French leave of his guardian about 10
days agy, is now in the county jail
here, and Conley Is $1,000 to the good.
Mattsumura is a cook and worked for
Conley at the penitentiary. Hie Is In
der bouid for his appearance In the
federal nourt to answer to being un
lawfully In the country. Learning he
was most likely to be deported, the
Jaip stole away from the petittentlatry
and was captured by the immigration
officers In Idaho. On his way to
Helena he jumlped front the train and
was rendered iiunons.ious. lie was
fountd lying biestide the track when the
train was run bnc(k to look for him.
Maltunurnu said today that a Jalp
anesa boy at the penitentiary told him
Conley tunted thim to get awIy, and
that was why he went. and that he
did no[t w\\lit It) do anythilng to cause
the warden iany trouble.
GOVERNOR BALDWIN IS NOT
IN FAVOR OF PROHIBITION
Therefore Will Nqt Deliver an Address
At Such a Convention.
titvernor lalhdwiin wllas interviewed
today regarding all ediorlal which ap
'pearedi in the current Is:tc. i fi ' T' he
Voter, the offieilal organ of tlle plrohi
litloIt party olf Coniinecticut, to the el'
feet thiit he, on the' groundlli that the
organ.izationil ftavored the Iprohbtltlllon of
the lilorl trn ffl., hal 'ellsel to deiliverv,
Ian addrs oli welelnti at its nltitloll
,seis In SRouth Maln chesltr Ineit Juily.
Thei govi'rnitr attil:
"I na flooded with invitatolls to
glve addllrelses on aIll ilr irts ot' ci
slons anld haive ito make Hoi e M ,ult'tioll.
In making lly Hohleton fior nexlt ionthil
I ci'ocltidd not to eellpllit thait iio the
tutul abstinence ocilety whiltc Is re
ferred to l n the iilt ihlh front TIh'e
'Voter whichi yoi show lit '.
"I thllk thitt a i pledg of toltl otah
Utinteie front intoxixting iqtluors is to
most imnuIe it suifeguard of hoalth iandt
character, l'lut I amii not i bellever in
cruiwting total btiistui'tuice MI, lll evt'y
bundy'a tlirniit. rohtititti li iiny view
should hi It mitter of local Option anti],
whlhi I lant nlt accatinted to tike
ianythlug imyself, I htave atlways voitedi
fori li'eiise lit Niw Havien, believing it
to be taio large 11 city to be gioverned
unlider ait rule i trof blh biih ,
"Mr. olihenthal, with whml ! hbud
mIy c'u'rrespliodence, Is i thairu'lli i of the
state executitve coamiittee of the ipro.i
ihilitili party of ('tnnilen1ilut. I tun
nlt in tymipuathy With the i'eglsiatllvo Or
constitutionil platform of that party."
The a-'tile whihh slope urld In The
Voter follows:
"On the ground that the oirganization
favoirs the pirihlbitioi oif tii e liquor
truiffli, {tivernor Iltid.win has declitned
to doliver all address oif weltcome to the
mienmbers of thie oldest nathinal total
abstinetnce soietty of America at its
uational sisiton Il South Manehest-r
in July."--liteprint oif interview froiiit
the New ahtvent lulnion, Niw Htavetn,
'Cunn., Milionday, Julne 5, 111t.)
IS O TRIAM
HEALER OF SECT MUST ANSWER
FOR PRACT4CINO WITH
OUT LICENSE.
Now York, June :o. -WVentworth fy.
ron Wlnslw, it cihrliyi n 1vIwcnce !arise.
titluunur Iarrestiitdl at 11he. iitunlli' 4? the
New York t'u:iuut MdkIeal wtviu't3',
mniu4t 4thiri1 trial her.24, c41111rgeil With
lriictlilnd *rnedlcin,. w\ith itt it Iliuense.
The rnsi istratu's cit Purt ivhlr Ihll u ti ikm
coilut~rr4~ld with the np ini~in rInelntiy iiii
nottId'44 Iby Maglstrarte Ii'i,.4ehlint Intoidl
tug Wllls V. Cole, tItitlter" haller, tin
the ground *thsit Suict jlrrtlcus ari' In
hIaottuiii ii? 4 he lle~t.
t'Cnunafl for Wlnriln'w fItid tL brief
which upheld the I'lrutitii 1 fl lhlflMn
by itnriwtlnn Feien4l. tlitctrlrIng that It
hatd contttvertedl W4InMw1 l Ii, nulu4lf from i
drunkard Intot n hcit r jIr ttie chttirchl
'TIhe bIre? dded:
"If thlis statuce 141 tIe i ti'tat e4? Nett'
Yiork is tilt uiuiconitituiiiiiitinil It wVoudUI
nitiake Je'iii hlinselfr it ciriminal."
Thelc IiºIef~ war r·lpll·te N'th itll),llen
yur'tutlouts i phliolduing the rightt tli heuiti
siltktiitiu Iby trn."ir aiuci iIt ih.
BUILDING OF ROAIS
IS ASURED
SPLENDID AND IMPORTANT HIGH
WAYS ARE IN SIGHT FOR
LINCOLN COUNTY.
Lllhby, June 20.-(Speclal.)-The
work of trarsforming the old (ire.at
Northern roalbedl between Jennings
ttlll lalkcvie.h, ilnto at first-clnass wagon
toad Is th he comtplte4d within at few
weeks, and another rred, connecting
K..llepell and Libby by I. route through
the Tholrpsona. river and I.oon Luke
country, will is,, he built during the
suilltncr.
SCounty Conmislsioner Paul I). Pratt
nand Fl~irest Superv\isor Dorr Skeels
have returned from their trip through
lout the ,south1ithtern part of the oosn
'ty to look Into roads ruid trall-build
Ing proposiltioh)l, and among the work
that is certain to be done Is the build
ing of these two roads, each of which
will open up a vast amotunt iof new and
fertile conitrytPheretofore alnmost shut
tff from the world.
Work oin th iroad from Tatkeview tI
Jennings is n I I) progress and t'lwhen
comn plted there will l(e Ino bettter high
way in tMleM.tchty, ats It wi ll follo
the old cindler-balhtatedl (Ireat North
ern rondhod, the rails from which were
,taken up whenll th& Rexftord cutoff was
buillt.
Of even greater importance Is the
.proposed road -to Ioon Ia.ke from
Thlompson rliver, which will open up
tnme of the richest localitis in nattdral
resources in the county'. Along the
route are thuulsaendtl of acr(es of won
dlerful natural -meiulows, nIurrotundlang
which are immense bodies of timber,
alnd In the neatLny anotintaltnl are un
knlownl stores of arilnerals. The 'iThomp
sOn .lake country, Which this road will
open up, is now being settled by pe..(
ple who are t.slng up the agriculturni
landa In the florest reserve under tlhe
forest hoil(ete'la law.
RACING RESULTS
At Latonia.
Latonih, Jiune 20.-One of tihe, Ipst
wteekdaty crlvdsit was ait latontlia todtlay
and enjoyed some excellenlt s.,l't.
Princess ;lllway annexed the I'olrth
race, a mile aiffailr. .)y I( lenlgth flrimn
Kormak. King's Daughtr got off in
last lupition tl ad cnmle str'o.ng in thei
stretch, bult titild not reach t(he' win
net'.
l"Irst rate, five futrlongs-Mtra dl,
wvnu; ,tily .l(Gee wsucnd; Nine:
(irater third. Time, 1101 2-5.
Second rue., five furlongs-Alnllites
won; New Iliven second; John Itob
erts third. 'l'ine, 1:01.
Third race, six furloing--lEmnlly Lee
wonl; .Mr.u'ail second; Helena thirt.
Time, 1:14 4-5.
lFourth raace, mile-Princess Callaway
won; Korllillk second; King's DLugh
ter third. l'ii , 1:39 2-5.
Fifth race, mile and a sixteenth
Stone Street l \\ in; The Haglue second;
High illnge third. Time,. 1:45 4-G.
slxth ruce, mile and it sixteetllth
F'reheuall \wii; tlll secolnd; Intrinsic
third. 'finie, 1:45 4-5.
At Lagoon Track.
Sallt l,atk City, June 20.-Frank
Mullictiens nIntIx1II the feature of today's
ca'rd at ithe' ltgoonll track. lawhuska,
utsider', w\\as scoud. Jockey MuripIl)
wais e.t dlow\l for one week for dis
obodlenc lll at tile ppst, and Jockey
Reynolds was ordered not to accept en
gagementls ',tslde of his contract for
unwatisfact lor riding.
First Ilracei, I"'turity course, selling
Qeminelll woni;: 'vd Wtarfield second;
Descellllal third. Time, 1:09 2-1.
Secondll Irai, six furlongs, selling
Illy Myer \tian, Hidden Hatind second;
Marie liiye th ird. Time, 1:18 1-5.
Third rate, mile, selling-Sticker
Weil; hiltlh second; Acument third.
Time, 1:40 1 ,
F'oprlth r;ie, five furlongs, purse
l'r'nnk Mulltis won; Powhuska sec
ntl Shot lin;g Spray third. Time,
;5t 2-r.
Fifth rnll,, title and 70 yards, selling
-Knight of' Ivanhoe won; Edwin ''.
Fryer s ecnt.l; a .tifcas third. Time,
1:41 2-5.
.IxtUhti, raIi', flye furlong., selllng
]lQgabeth Harwa3. won; Dell wseconmd;
Annle Wills third. Time, 1:00 3-.
Extra COlIoes ~ The Sunday Mis
soullan, citallning tie text of the comn
missIlon Mo\'.r.nima .t law, may be ob.
tai.hoed at T'le hituilia offite.
Notlee.
b Iron Mountain Tung el Company,
Principal place of business, Missou
n., Montana.
There Is delinquent upon the follow
Ing described stock, on account of
assessment levied on the 8th day of
May. 1911, the several amounts set op
iosits the names of the respective
shareholders, as follows: *
No. of No. of
Name. Cert. Shares Amt.
Albee, George ...... 613 500 $ 25.00
Blackwell, Fannie
De. . ................. B-1166 20 10.00
Bergstrom, J. A...13-1078 50 26.00
Bergstrom, J. A...B-1248 60 25.00
Butterfield, (', L. B-1183 a0 30.00
HButterfield, ('. L. H.1184 200 100.00
Burns, T. J...........1-1043 50 25.00
e Burke, Jos. 1., Hr. 13-1176 10 6.00
Burke, Jm. I,., Mr. 14-1177 10 6.00
Ih urke, Jos. I'.. Mr. 14-1178 . 10 5.00
Burke, Jos. F'., Mr. 13-1179 10 5.00
Burke, Jas. F.. Sr. 1-1245 5 2.50
lBishop, J. ....... ...B-1105 50 256.00
Bartlett, Mary 8...H-1121 100 50.00
Bartlett, Mary M...Bt-1122 100 50.00
n Bartlett. Mary M...B-1123 100 50.00
SBHartlett, Mary 8...8-1124 100 50.00
Bartlett, Mary 8..1t-1125 100 50.00
Bartlett, Mitry Ft...-112 100 50.00
Bartlett. Mary ... -1127 100 50.00
8 Bartlett, Mary R.. 1t-1128 100 60.00
I Iartlett. Mary P..11-1129 100 50.00
I Bartlett, Morw 5...11-1130 100 60.00
Bartlett, Mary B..,*1-1131 100 60.00
Bartlett, Mary H..A-1132 100 50.00
lBartlett, Mary MH. A-1133 100 50.00
3artlgt, Mary S.:.A-1134 100 50.00
Bartlett. Mary H...A-1135 100 50.00
Bartlett, Mary S...A-1186 100 50.00
1 Bartlett, Mary M..,A-1187 100 50.00
I tartlett, Mary S. A-1138 100 50.00
Bartlett, Mary R. A-1139 100 50.00
Bartlett. Mary H...A-1149 100 50.00
Bartlett, Mary R...A-II41 100 50.00
Bartlett, Mary R...A-1142 100 50.00
Bartlett, Mary 8...11-1222 50 25.00
Carrier, Victor I,..8-1101 10 5.00
('arrier, Alfred (l. 13-1122, 5 2.50
Clement. 1). H.....1-1190 20 ,10.00
C'oleshlrry, A. R. 8-1201 40 20,00
('olllns, Letta 17...1-1019 220 110.00
('urnow, Harry D. 11-1092 10 5.00
Dorman, C. F. ... 1-1198 60 30.00
Dorman, C. '. ....A-109R 100 50.00
)orman. C. P. ....A-1099 100 50.00
Dorman, I'. 1. ....A-1100 100 50.00
Dorman, C. F. ... A-1101 100 60.00
)orman, ('. F. ....A-1102 100 50.00
Ellis, J. S. . .......A-1096 100 50.00
l'rederlck Victor
& Achelis ........B-1001 600 300.4)0
lrederlck Victor
& Achells ........1-1009 1006 600.00
' (Tarpau,. rank ....14-1240 1S 256.00
t raeter, A. F. ... A-1015 100 60.00
a Hodge, ItH.ayard A-1075 100 50.00
SHodge, ll.ltnyard A-1076 100 50.001
Modge. H.Bayard A-1077 100 60.00
Hodge, I. Itaynrd A-1078 100 50.00
h Hodge. H.Bayard A-1079 100 50.00
I Hodge, l1.,Bayard A-1080 100 50.00
a Hodge, H.tayard A-1081 100 .0.00
e. 1Hodge, H.Bayltrd A-1082 100 50.00
Hodge, H.Bayard A-1083 100 50.00
Hodge, H.Bayard A-1084 100 50.00
Hodge, IH.Bayard A-1085 100 60.00
Hodge, H.Bayard A-1086 100 50.00
Hodge, H.Bayard A-1087 100 50.00
Hoedge. H.Bayard A-1088 100 60.00
H odge, H.Bayard A-1089 100 50.00
k Hodge, H.Bayard A-1090 100 50.00
Hodge. H.Bayard A-1091 100 60.00
Hlodge. H.Bayard A-1092 100 60.00
Heodge. H.Bayard A-1093 100 60.00
fHodge, H.Bayard
t guardian of L.
J. Hodge .........A-1094 100 60.00
SIodge, H.Bayard
t gnardian of L.
J. Hodge ....A-1095 100 10.00
Hoffman, Marie.. 1206 1000 50.00
Ingalls, HarryW. 124 10000 600.00
- Ingalls, J. H. 0...1-1180 10 6.00
a Jambor, Ernest....B-1055 10 56.00
a James, IT. . ........ 1126 4000 2010.00
Krause, R. J. ......B-1231 10 5.00
, Kirkpatrick, An
ni t (. ..................B-1056 10 5 00
Lacasse. John ....A-1119 100 50.00
Lewis. J. H. ........A-1009 100 50.00
Lewis, Margaret
F . ........................ B -1060 5 2.50
Lewis, Margaret
" F............. . ......1.-11 5 1 . .50
Morgenroth, Mar
Ian .......... ........ 1158 200 10.00
Morgenroth, E. G. 1157 100 5.00
Neiwell, Otis K....C- 130 1000 60.00
I Newell, Otis K.....C- 131 1000 50.00
Newell, Otis K.....B-1219 5 2.50
Newell, Beach...... B-1022 50 25.00
Ostrander, F. T...B-1204 180 80.00
Polndexter, F. M...B-1277 40 20.00
Power, C. B........... B-1225 250 125.00
Power, T. C........... -1226 250 125.00
Roth, Winm. H....... 204 500 25,00
Roth, Wm. H...... 993 11650 67.50
Roth, Win. II...... 1025 350 17.50
Roth, Wn. H. ......C- 24 600 256.00
Sheridan, Guy E...B-1079 40 20.00
Slemmons, J. D...B-1230 50 25.00
t Smith, El. a ..........B-1165 200 100.00
SSmnith,Edward C. 1205 1201 60.05
Hmlth,R.dward C.. A-1107 100 50.00
Smlth,Edward C. A-1109 100 50.00
Smlth,.dward C. A-1110 100 50.00
Smtt,.Edward C. A-111l 100 60.00
Rmlth,Fcdward C. A-1112 100 650.00
' inlth,Edward C. A-1113 100 50.00
Rmith,Edwart C. A-1114 100 60.00
Smlth,Fdward C. A-1115 100 50.00
SmLth.IEdward C. A-1116 100 60.00
Smith,Edward C. A-1117 100 50.00
mtllth.Edward C. A-1118 100 50.00
·Stoddard, Fred C. . 6 1 .05
Htoddard, Pred C(. B-1196 367 183.50
Rttoddard, Minnie
". ......................B-1197 170 86.00
c Thompson, Tylar
I. 1. .......................A-1058 100 60.00
WValsh, Thos. J...T3-1289 400 200.00
1 , WVrthelmer,
SHenry ...............B-1081 380 190.00
WYerthelmer, Jos...B-1209 30 16.00
WVerthelmer, Josn..A-1039 100 60.00
S\Verthelmer,
Sllmon ................ -1224 40 20.00
Woerthtu lmnr,
Moses ................-1207 20 10.00
. Werthelmer,
leon .................. -1208 20 10.00
Williams, Howard
S ....................... .8-1200 7 56.00
Anti In accordance with law, and atl
Sorder of the board of directors, made
on the 8th day of May. 1911 so many
sharms of each parcel of stock as may
lbt n(Lcessary, Will be sold at the office
I of the company, room 802, Montana
block, on the corner of Higgins avenue
y and t'edar street, Mlisoula, Milsoula
counlty, Montana, on tle 80th day of
I June, 1971, at 10 o'clock a. m, of such
day. to Ipay delinquent assessments
tetreon, together with costs of adver
tlsing and expensesn of sale,
CI.FFORD EMITI,
- Secretary Iron Mountain Tunnel Com.
pany, room 602, Montana block, cor
ner Higgins avenue and Cedar street,
Missoula, Montana.
Netice to Centrotoers.
Sealed bids Will be received at the
office of the county clerk and recorder
of Messoula county up to 10 o'clock a.
m., Monhay, the fthi'day of June, 1911,
for the constuottion of two fitl on the
county road on.the eeotion lins between
St. Ignatius and Ronpan Ab. one and
one-quarter ilel north of*g.ugo, ac.
cording to proile and apeltficatlons
on file In the offlee of the coQhty sur.
veyor of Mlssypla county. Phe board
reserves the rilht to rejert say and all
bids, By .ordr of the hoard of eounty
o6mmiasuoner ;
D. T. CU~RRAN,. Ohlpirman.
Attest: F. W, KUPHAL. Clerk.
6-13-14.-1 -1-1 1-8-10'0613-8-3-94
96'36.
Wediesday's
Specials
Women's tailored suits at one-half the regular re=
tail price, White serges, navy serges and novelty
wo.rsteds. The change in material for fall compel
these sharp reductions.
Black voile skirts and black panama skirts, all the
very newest novelties for the between season; values
including $13.50 for the day's selling, each ........ $6.75
Boys' two-piece suits of good, hard wearing material;
values including $6.50, for Wednesday's special,
each ...................... ...................................... ................ $ 3 .7 5
Boys' shirts.with collars attached, or without collars,
in light and medium light patterns; values including
$1.25, for the day's selling, each ........................................69
25c gauze vests for women, for the day each, 3 for 500
Women's 35c hose, absolutely fast black; now the
Crescent's special a pair .................... ...........................
Women's lingeries and soft tailored waists, with col
lars, mostly plain white, including $1.25 values, for the
day's selling, each ..................................69.
Double-fold gingham in the best staple patterns; all
guaranteed fast color; values including 15c, for the
day's special sale, a yard..... ................... ...........9
Dimities and lawns, 27 inches wide, in all good season
able patterns, in medium colors; values including
20c, for the day, a yard ..... ............................... .....114
Many broken lines of merchandise now on the bar
gain counters at tremendous. savings.
THE CRESCENT FOR RELIABLE ADVERTISED
MERCHANDISE AND PRICES
Hot Weather
Comforts.
The electric fan affords cool breezes on the
hottest of days.
The electric cooking appliances cook your food
without the attendant heat.
The electric iron does as well.
Electricity applied in several-other ways serves
with comfort.
First costs and cost of operating are within the
reach of everybody. See
Missoula Light & Water Co.
Money to Loan
On Farm and Ci.ty Property
lL,730-Il all I am asking for a new 4-room modern bungalow, 2 blocks
from Wlllrd school, one and a hait blocks from car line.
Your own telImnS.
l2,3l0S--l1or a new 5-roumn modern house; large lot; good lactlon: fine
Interlior fllish. This place Is wortlh $2,O 0. Owner must sell.
Easy, Terms.
HI D. FISHE1R
NO. 118 EASTIMAIN ST.
Phones: 84 Redj 1612 Ind,
-- ,- -r ,- •- .- . __ I
COAL and'S Wob
We keep the best grpde ot ol ol--Diamondoille, Owl
OTreek; Bear Creek and C(orney--Lump Coal all screened
and cleaned.eE
' WE "ALSO SELL $LABB WOOD. 1
BigBlrWacfoo uwlbWr oe.. Le,
Mas8tise thl te Elssoulian

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