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Beaut.ful 6-room home, strictly modern, range, shades, hardwood flors, beautiful Oregon fur finish throtghout: built in buffet, side boards, closets; every bedroom has lare closet, large airy rooms; ex tra tine cellar; on a nicely-located lot on the best residence street in Eouth Mlssoula. IT MUStT B12 BOLD. Here's the prie. $2,S50. Terms, $300 or $400 cash and balance to suit you. You will save easily 8000 by buylng thin property NI)\V. Let us show you today. Rhoades l& oward Real Estate Bargain Finders 103 East Cedar Street Money to Loan CALL IS RECEIVE BY TRIVELLI FORMER HEAD OF CATHOLIC CHURCH HERE ASSIGNED TO SAN FRANCISCO. Private Information was received In the city yesterday, that Rev. Albert Trivelli, formerly of the local parish, had been assigned to duty at St. Ig natlus college In San Francisco. This college Is one of the leading Catholic Institutions In the whole country. His work there will be In connection with the erection of a million dollar church and college buildings to cost another million. It is understood that he is to be In charge of the financing of this important proposition. His success along similar lines in the local parish has been the cause of much comment and his Missoula friends feel that his work here directed attention to his ability along this line and led to his selection for this new and responsible position. VNEW SUPERINTENDENT ARRIVES IN THE CTIY C. P. Garrison has come from Bloomington, Ind., to be superintendent of the Standard Lime & Brick com pany's factory in this city. Mr. Gar rison is unquestionably the right man for such a place, as he has had 15 years of experience in manufacturing brick and his father and grandfather before him were brick manufacturers. Mr. Garrison is optimistic about -the future of the local company and he has already begun to boost for Mis soula. Mrs. Ghrrlson and the children will soon come from Indiana 'to make their home In this city. STOOKHOLDER8 TO MEET. A call has been issued for the an nual meeting of stockLolders In the French Bar Gold Mining & Milling company to be held at their office, room 14 Masonic building, tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. Directors for the ensuing year will be elected and oth er business will be transacted. This company has bright prospects accord ing to reports. The question now be fore the directors Is the building of a mill and further development of the prlperty. TENT IS SHIPPED. The large tent, used for the West ern Montana Apple Show, was packed up yesterday and shipped to Plains where It will be utilized for the Pourth of July celebration to be held there. Jack KCreutser, who has be en in charge of the tent and its erection for the apple show here accompanied it to Plains and will look after its welfare there. THE PALACE HOTEL German Grill Room P TONIGHT And thereafter every night until 1 a. m. Everything in season amJSeeUs APPARATUS TESTED BY COUNCILMEN MAYOR REID AND SEVERAL AL DERMEN ARE G!VEN RIDE ON CITY'S AUTOMOBILE. Under the Msupervlgtlon of P. M. (ray and W. X. Lee. Missillin's new nulto mobile fire. apparatusl was given a final test yesterday afternoon. Rent ed. or clInging to various parts of the mnlchine, were Mlyor Reid and Alder men ('orhptt. Amblllrte,. (ierber, Bro man and Miller. Fire ('hhf IP'ox also occupled handholl on the machine. Mr. Lee anld Mr. |Orny are representatilve of the Rmegrave company of ('olumbus, Ohin, which cnmpany furnished the equipment. Mr. Lee was at the helm and he certainly furnished Milsoulla's councllmen and mayor with a real "joy" ride. University avenue man chosen as the speedway on which to demonstrate the traveling ability of the new car. Thirty miles an hour war the highest speed recorded, hut at that some of the city fathers wlshed they were some place else. Having dem onstrated that the new machine could travel, the driver took the party over some of the other streets. The machine was ohberved going up HIg gins avenue and from the dentthlike grip with which the mayor was holding on to the seat beside the driver, the going over the torn-up streets ,gas rather rough. The outcome of the test. inrofar as the machine was concerned, was satis factory in every way. It ran smnoth LY anid fully demonstrated its ability to cover the ground. It Is prohable that a meeting iof the council will he called at once, for the purpose of cr cepting the apparatus officially. FALL FROM BUILDING INJURES CARPENTER lGeorge Lambert, a carpenter work Ing on the Knights of Pythiaj build Ing on East Front street fell, yester day, a distance of about 18 feet from the secontld story to the grounlld. Mr. Lambert caught at a rope as he fell and saved himllft somlewht, hat but the shock was serious anld it is probable that he has received Internal injuries. He was taken immediately to Hit. Patrick's hospital. The accident was caused by the slippling of at holsting derrick which Mr. Iambert was helping to place. As the derrick slipped lie was struck and knocked front the scaffolding. CHIEF OF POLICE KEMP WILL ENFORCE THE LAW Chief of Police Kemp stated yes terday that the new city ordinance In regard to the discharge of fire works would be literally enlforced by the city pollee. "We will see that the city ordinance Is not Infringed In any way," said Mr. Kemp. "JEveryone discharging plistols. firecrackers, canes. or any other explosives will bhe ar rested and fined. The council has paused the ordinance and I will see that It is obeyed' to tile letter. We will have a sane Fourth of July for thel first time in Missoula's history." WEATHER This season Is surely making up for the rain We didn't get last year. Nearl ly every day contrlthtul its part towtllrd raising the total rainfall and yester. hday was not atn exc'eption. When It wasn't raining It looked as if it would, and, as i consequence, umbrellas and raincoats were quite the thing. The following figures were Issuedl by the local weather bureau: Maximum ................................ 66 Minilun ..................... 46 6 a. m. hermometer ........................ 4R iauronmeter ...... ...... ..26:43 6 p. m. Thermometer ................ r.. luarimeter ....... ... ...... 26:48 'Wind from the northeast. Prciptl tation .09 of an inch. DELEGATES VISIT VALLEY. Two automobiles, loaded with dele gates to the recent (tood Roads coni gress. left yesterday mornlllng for a tripl up the Bitter Root valley. GO TO DEER LODGE. Messrs. Greeley and Pilcox of the local forestry office went to Deer Lodge yesterday to Inlspect condlitions on thile Deer Lodge forest. FOURTH OF JULY AT POTOMAC. July 4th celebration at Potomac will be given at 12 o'clock. There will be sports and dancing. Ladiess We can promise you a clear, clean skin and a beautiful complexion if you use Zemo and Zemo soap according to directions. Zemo is a skin beautifier and a scl entiflo preparation for the treatment of ecsema, pimples, dandruff and all dlseaaes of the skin and scalp. Zemo soap is the nicest, best lathering anti septic soap you ever used for toilet or bath. Sold by druggists everywhere and In Missoula by Smith's drug store. LOCAL BREVITIES Alloway's cafe, opposite postoffloe. A. M. Sterllng and family returned yesterday to their home in Ronan. Dr. Ward, veterinarian. Tel. 23 or 621. Attorney C. A, Spaulding came in from Helena yesterday on legal busl ness. Marsh, the undertaker. Phone 824. W. 1. FPrnrr left last night for Bill Ings on business for the Western tnio ll fel Insurance comlpany. Dr. Willard, osteopath, lit Notl bank. Mrs. H. M. ltnwn of Hmillton is a guest in the home of her sister, Mrs. T. N. Marlowe, on ITnlversity nvenue. Missollna Storage ('o.. C. R. Avery. Ernest Nelehy left yesterday for Spokane to Join his father, who is ido Ing contract work for a mill in tihat pllacee. Hackman transfer office, tel. 392 Rd. ob 1 inlithl, an old settler of Ste vennevlle, was In Minnoula this weok. HFe has been making an extltended visit in ('ullifornia. Dr. J. Louise Smlth, osteopath, Masonic temple. Phone 618; res. 533 R. Mr, and Mrs. ItAlph McVe'y and sis ter, Miss Irene Rowe. drove in from their home in Victor to attend the week's restlvities. Dr. Anna James, osteopath. Phone 884 black. Higgins block. Miss (lenevieve Hougaen has come to spend thie sellltliei months as tihe glest of Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. Sullivan on East Front street. Rhoades & Howard, leading fire insurance agents, 103 East Cedar. i. H. Whistler has returned from (Ireat Ialls where he has been for the past month on busine'ss for the Bell Telephono company. Missoula Ice Co., Mrs. WVm. Crawford prop.; phones, Bell 310 BIk.; Ind. 2337. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barney and small aon are visiting Mrs. Barney's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hollis, at their home In Quartz. Stenographer. Dawson. Montana BIk. William Anderson of the Missoula Mercalntile comnlpany goes thile ieornllng to his new position nis manager of the comllpany's store lit Victor. Phone 38 or 438 Ind. for cabs and bag gage transfer. Green & Elilnghouse. Theodore Hawick, a machinist of Alherton -was in tile city this week. He is entlhuliaeltlc( over the extensive celebrllltn for the Folulrth of July in Alberton. Dry cordwood, stabs and edgings. Riberdy Lumber Co. Telephone 743. Mrs. Sarah A. Baker, who nmakes her holme with ther daughter, Mrs. Frank T'aylor. returned yesterday from a visit of two Inonths with a daughter in Darby. Handy scratch pods and waiter checks for sale at The Missoullan of fice. Pro,"edings in the case of the state versMu Itich Itryallt were conflnedl yes. terday to selectinlg it jury. Eleven Imenll we're ihnllanelled. The case will hle continued today. for first-class livery, transfer or a good saddle horse, call Melaney's barn. Both phones 655. C. I'. Kellogg, with a stuff of delc orators. left for Superlor yesterday. Mr. Kellogg will (ctlnilete the Inside itnishing in the so mlllncer Illhole lately built tihre for Williaml Q. Iuanft. Auto for hire, one or four passen gers, $2.60 per lhour. Phones; Bell 670. Ind. 2272. Elmer (. Cunningham of lRonan ap plied yesterday for ilomlestenid entry on 80 alcres In the south half of tile southwest quarter, unit "J," of section S, townshilp 20 north, range 21 Went. Entry ,was approved. Touring cars for rent at both of the Green & EIlinghouse barns. Both phones. Special rates on trips. • Minr Clara Becker returned yester cay from her vacation in California. Mills Becker took the steamer trip frotml $an Franllcisco to Portland on the wua/ hlome, and( found tlhe ocean voyvnge a meneloruble experienice. If you need help notify the Missoula Employment Agency for quick results. Both phones. 125 West Pine. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shead of Jocko sp.ent snome time in Missoult this week. Mr. Shead, who Is clerk of the Arlee school district, took occasion to conl fer with the county superintendent up on questions relating to an up-to-date school. Nice, bright, new millwood at $3.75 per cartload. Place your order at once. B. B. Lumber Co., phone 106; Indelpendent 742. ('ounty Sheriff W. L. Kelley re ceived word yesterday that J. R. Tolthakur wts being held by the sher Iff of Kullspell for this office on the charge of passing worthless checks. Sherllf Kellc> has gone to bring the prismner to Missoula. Commence to cut down the high cost of living by cutting your fuel bill in two and order a load of 16-1Inch mill wood. A full cord for $3.75. Black foot conlpany, phone 106; Ind. 742. Alfred Moyer of Eureka, Lincoln co•unty, applied for homestead entry on 80 acres in tile northwest quarter of tile northeast quarter and tile northeast quarter of the northwest quarter, unit "B" of section 8, town shlp 20 north, range 21 west. Entry was approved. Taylor Marshall of Belvidere, Ill., spent a few days In Missoula wlille on a western trip of exploration. He left yesterday for Quarts, where lie has mining property. Mr. Marshall owns and mlanages sheep-feeding yards at Belvidere, which is 78 miles out of Chicago. Miss V. v lshwliler, who lately came to do clerical work in the office of tilhe Polley. Lumber company, has taken the house at 720 South Third street. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Glsh willer and her sister, Miss Eleanor Freeman have cc ne from Lincoln, Neb., to make thee home with her. Rev, A. Lucas arrived In Missoula last night to spend a woke or two with his daughters, the Misses Minnie and Gertryde Lucas. Mr. Lucas rep resents the International Sunday School asslciation as general secre tary for tile West Indles and South America. He has been in attendance at the International Sunday Schnol convention recently held at Man Fran cisco. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Herman left yesterday for Madison county, where they mill speMd the summer. In an ticipation of their departure, friends gave them a pleasant surprise laet Tuesday evening. Glames and refresh ments made up the program of enter tainment and were greatly enjoyed by the guests. LOCAL SOCIETY Engagement Announced. Announcement is made of the en gngement of Miss Nellie (C. Stephenls dlaughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. William 1I Stephens of New Brnnswick, ('unada to p(orge L. ('ohhan of this ('ity'. The marriage will take plice within a few weeks. Visiting in Idaho. Mrs. lGeorge 'lynick of Rhnner haI gone to Kellogg, Idaho, there to hi the guest of her daughter. Mrs. Nich' olson, for a' week or more. Dinner at the Florence. Mr. and Mrs. ,ausk ere host nna hostess Wednesday evening at a din' ner given at the Florence hotel in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Van Clenve an( their daughters, Mrs. Blnkeman an( Mrs. du irom of Melville. Penator an, Mrs. D.)nlan and their children were the other guests. Rathbone-Fulton. Miss Antoinette A. Rnthbone of Tacoma and John Wilson Fulton o0 Helena were quietly married yester. day afternoon at tile home of Mr and Mrs. Frank Taylor up the Rat. tlesnake. Rev. F. 1. Hurtner per formed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs Fulton left at once for Marysville which is to be their home. At Home Saturday. ManJor and Mrs. Cahaniss ari' guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tylar Ii. Thompson. 123 iast Front street. Iro the convenience of the many friends, who are eager to greet Mrs. Cahaniss, Satulrday afternoisn i.as been selected Its ia day at home by Mrs. Cahaniss and Mrs. Thompson. FPrendls are es pecially invited to call at that time. For Mrs. Spottswood. Mrs. E. L. Ronner invited a few friends yesterday for a welcome home to Mrs. E. W. Spottswood. The luncheon table was dlaintily appointed with June roses as decorations, place cards and favors. After fully en joying every detail of the delicious menu and perfect service, the ladles adollrned to the card tables and played brklge durirt' the afternoon. Those present were: The guest of honor, Mrs. Spottswood. and Mesdames 3. P. Rose. H. H. Parsons, P. C. Seheuch, J. D. Rowland, E. A. Winstanley, H. T. Wilkinson. F. R. Lusk. C. A. Balrnc alnd Mrs. Ronner. Alumni Dance Tonight. Alumni of t.ei university will he pleased to welcome a large number of friends this evening at the gymnasihml on the campus. The occasion is tile first of a series of dances to be given Ihlln s lnmer for the purpose of paying the e.xpenhse of two voting men, who are to travel tilrough the state in the interest of tile ;Inlversity. Profes sor and Mrs. I. ('. Schench and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Keith will be patrons and Ipatronnsses tl.is evening. Ev erything has )een arranged to make the dallncie a delightful one. Butzsrin-Bisbee. Miss Anna Hazel Butzerin and Clarendon A. lisbee were Imarried yes terday morning at the t.olini of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hot zerin, on Aldler street. Rev. C. H. Al len, Jr., performed tile (ceremonly in the presenlce of a few intimate friends. The bride wore a traveling gown and hat, ready to depart on tile wedding journley inmediately after breakfast. The rooms and the breakfast table were trimnled with tile season's blos sulllms and the occasion was truly fes tive, notwithstanding the early hour. Mr. and Mrs. Bisbee will be at home to their friends after 'July 20 at 424 Van lurin street in tills city. Mr. Itisbee is manager of the International c'orrespoindence school here. ADVERTISED LETTERS Letters remaining unclaimed at the Minsoula postoffice for week enlding June 30, 1911. One cent due for ad vertising. Leslie Beard, Tom Bendiksen, W. Bile, J. E. Bradley, Neil C. Breslin, Miss Ellen ullrgett, Miss Dora Brown, Mrs. Emma Bryant. l'"oblor Carl, Homer Case, P. O. Clarke. John Dully, Cherl David, E. Davis, D. E. David, Miss Mamie Douglas, Theodoret Imonteh . Miss Kitty Earl. Hall Farrell, Mrs. M. J. Faron. A. Freedman, N. M. Frye. O. A. Hlampton, Miss Mary Hendrick son, Miss Louise Hoffman. L. James Hazel, Allen Howard, Miss T. L. Hughes. Mrs. John F. Jones, W. M. Jones. Otto Knizler, Mrs. Fred Kerth, John Kelly, Farbror Karl. William P. Lynch, Dick Lakinka, Walter T. Lewis, Miss Nettle E. Lee, E. t. Iathrop, Louis Lamatte, C. C. Laberge. W. J. Malloy, Paul Marcure, Mrs. Roy Minnick, Robert Morris, Jas. T. Morlarit.y, Harry Morey, Walter Mor gan, Louis E. Mueller, T. A. Myers. Terence McGovern, John F. McKay, Robert E. McKay. Joseph O'Neil. David Pellitler, F. L. Pelrl, Mrs. Carl Phillips. V. H. Relnson, C. L1. Rinkel, ad Randberg. Miss Martha Salee, John L. Sand, A. H. Simmons, Honey Smeade, Sam uel E. Speaks, J, W. Staff, Mrs. Joe Stanley, L. Oliver Stone. Bert Taylor, Mr. Thornberg. R. P. Weeks, H. P. Walker, Lyle Ward, Bert Whaling, Miss Ida White, H. W. Williamson. D. D . ROAS, Postmaster, The Home Builder's Chance to Save Money If you are going to build a home you can save from '/3 FR r to '/ on Millwork by buying "direek" from our mill Read the descriptions and compare our prices with those you pay at home. Get Our Catalog- No. 53 HOW WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY EXPLAINED The samoe iadv,.rtistnents that nappenr in this pnlwr from w\eek to week to relind you wherel to alvo ITumniy IIn biling umaiterillls alre aipperitng in lixty (610) other anper liat the saintm time. These advertise nintatxs put itt In itouc'h 4th hulndredtl of new (tl-tomers every moi nth so, that oltr busiintals ha iI grown)\ to )e bIy f.ll' Ihe largeKt hsh ltnd door mill sielllng direct to oatwners andil builters, We puralr(s lll, immensln e quanltit.ies of the best grades of killn-dried fir luntmber at lowest market prices for cash. We temploay skilled workmen can the lIattest improived tnllchinery. SWe i.ntke thmlsanlds of. pieces iof' t ertllin part in one r tin. saving tllme nd labor In (.expensivetl readjust Ittent iof nilahinely. 'T.hese we stotre taway atnt nasseimnhle asi need.ted. We tanuIlltrliattlre and lll on a very Inrge saRile. (t)Ir expenses andl profits on elch ordier arle very small. CAN YOU USE ANY OF THIS MATERIAL 100,000 feet, iqurter runtd, sie % inch; bright, new, INSIDE DOOR AND WINDOW TRIM IN SETS. eletllt stock; kiln-dried., cletir fir. Specialt. ni long as NO WASTE-TIED IN BUNDLES stock lats. I.t r hundred feet .......................................300 Only one gratIP, and that first qualnllity. Mande from selectedl kltn-drlted fir and t hilltpel knocked down; 13,0010 foet :;u4 dry a . fl. glittering, Iong aor short tie in In tlndles. lengths. Iper foot ..............................................3 ! FTour different styleR window trim, .et 10 pileces, 800 Numbiers I and '. al atd stock, standardl in every wy, ltur differeent styltes dir trill, complete for one ('tedlr h. led idinglt short. legths, suitabllle for sie ................. ........ ... ............ chicken and authouses; per thousal nd feet t........ i .t)O K. 1). latsl e dto)r ri' nt'mes..... ......... .... ...5. K. I). n.lltide daoor Iraneit... .................................5....... Ceilling, fiour au tl \'fe feet, per thousand l feet..$11.001 K. D. Silh framnes, complete .o.........................O. 1)ropi shlltng, 4 and 5 feet, per thoisaand feet..$11.09 K. D. Plain window fra es ............................1.00 The following prices are taken from our regular catalogue No. 53 Five-Cross Panel Doors Two-Light Check Rail Windows Thie stiles anal rail tare madtle trontl taRge gratin lilln iter. while the Ialneis shaow uil the nlat (aenltlrul 1% In(i]eat thick, blaetlk ihl itloaiwti tuil Itordl, glased grlin effect b)y the contrat; Isele(cted i kiln-dried fir with golt)d-weight glahss twhich ceatiiat be excelledl for Ilumbeallr, atir-selasotned, hardl. mooth, eventl-colored clealrness and ihenuty. Selecteid' fir adoor stock mta salrit((e; bright Ileal andi frtlsh, nlalahlne sintoothed and satnded; 14 sRies altder 2-xxi-A mby 1% In terinal usedl; 24x:10. two lights. $1.09; othersizes atir-ºt ntock. Our tdirect frm the factory to lortioati reductions frnialcetrs price; 91 consumer" ri' I .............. .............................. . 24x24, two liRhts only .. Send us your list of materials for estimating. Send for Catalogue No. 53 SEE WHAT REAL MONEY WE CAN SAVE YOU TODAY. Have\' ytoulr iroiltect or buillder make out a list of all the mnlterial you need-or do it yourself. (live all dillmlensitons alrelully aInd send It to. us and we will flnure it froml otur re.PgIlr a.aitillog.e. Yiii ait then have our ciatimate within Ia few days lli ind aftr compalring pricel with your loaail dlealer or miill )you will In variahly find it to you.r auvitllantagK, to purchasle from its. We guarantee ae delivery, irtlt shipments front large sttock llandI saitlisfttactry 1dealing. 1:t I1) I.(I tlT .\i,'lT .lt'I No. \ :a , acontain.ng our lIw factory direct toi alr prices. SEATTLE O. B. WILLIAMS CO. SEATTLE U. S. A. U. S, A. PRESS AGENTS TALK OF THEIR SHOWS At the Isis. The Isis thealtr will have a special treat for its patrons tonight and to morrow. "The ltallrtoad Raiders of '61," is an hitstorica l picture without an equal. It Is a thrilling story of the civil war. "Captain Nell" is a story that will appeal to all. The only san of a rich fiather is cursed. with too lmuch monteV and is calledi tio task. One night, while carousing, he protects Nell, ia Salvation Army lnassl from Insults. She gets him to lead a different life and a hallly ending results. "The Professor's Ward," will fur nish the (comedy for the evening. Only because he could not disregard the last wishes of a dearly Iloved friend he accepts thle guardianship of his friend's dilaughter. Some good cmonedy results iand makes the film worth see ing. ''he singers an musicians are nl ways on duty with usllic so you know you will enjoy yourself while there. A species of stiff grass, which grows abutidantly in that country, ls used for match sticks in InllOa. Newton H. Schwelker OPTICAL SPECIALIST ROOMS 203-206 MONTANA BLK. Grinding plant on premises. R. H. McKAY Commercial Photographer. Viewing, Framing, Enlarging, Develop. ing and Printing for Amateure. Higgins Blk. Bell phone 925 FIRE INSURANCE We have a number of the very strongest and best companleJ. W. H. Smead Co. Frank Borg WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY We repair anything in oul line. .ye glasses fltted. Pure Cooking No Adulteraions by Electricity Economical Healthful Convenient Missoula Light & Water Co. The City Sawmill Will deliver fresh-sawed SHORT MILL WOOD Three or more loads to one address, per load ............................. $3.50 Single loads ............... ..... 3 75 Dry, per load .................... 4.75 PLANER SHAVINGS The beat and cheapest horse bed, ding; for big load, delivered, $2.50 THE POLLEYS LUMBER CO. Bell Phones 414 and 1030. Grape -Nuts POR THOSE WHO LIVE Bv BRAIN WORK. The Trunk Store For Trunks, Bags and Suitea~we 204 Higgi4ns Ave., downstaln THE Parisian LATEST NOVELTIES SUITS, GOWNS. MILLINERY 120 Higgins Avenue QUINN'S HOT SPRINGS All parties from Missoula golol to Qulnn's Hot Springs go by Coeur d'Alene trains, which makes con. nection at St. Resis tor springs at 2:40 p. m. daily. M. L. QUINN. Propdetor P. 0. Address, aradise. Mat, TRY A MIBSOULIAN WANT AD.