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813 TODAY DUrMNG THI AIIINOS OF CITY OIPICIALS KALSOMINaER W1ILL lt IUISY. Today, while the city employees are taking their maoh-needed rest, the taisominers will be busy on the eoun ell tbamber, which is to be rehabill tated as far as its present plaster walls ire concerned. This will complete the Improvements on the interior ofat the bity hall, and, when the council cham ber work has been finished, it will be hard to recognise the building. All of the improvements will not cost the city over $225 and all who have seen the results feel that the expenditure Was a wise one. The clerk's office looks more like an office. The cracks In the wall have been closed and the room has been kalsomined. The erce tlion of a partition and the change in the stairs has given the room re quired for a neat little office for the mayor and commiastoners. The coun oil recently purchased at rug for this office and Mayor Rhoades did the rest by Installing his own mahogany fur nilture, which lent the finishing touches to the appearance of the room and made It as neat a pllc'e as anyone could well wish for. ('enlent steps have been put in in place of the wooden ones that formerly led up to the' city hall and the inside steps ltvr' ben Covered with rubber to deaden the1 noise of people stumbling tip and down stairs during the council meet Ings. "I think that this money has bren wisely spent," said Mayor Rhoadel yesterday. '"I remembl!ner the meetingIl at which tile contnwlt for the paving Was awarded. 'lhere were prominent financial metn from all ov\'r the u'oun try and to say the lIast the iape.ar ance of the city hall was not in any Way creditable to Missoula. W\\ have aocomplished the improvements on the building with little expenditure and I think no one will any we didn't get our money's worth., It' the Ralle Wvay With the fire hall. That buildling was rapidly falling 111nti d'tay. It needed repairing hiadly. It is at lpaying Il - Vestment to keep the cllty's buildings in repair. .Not only in account of the buildings themselves, but, in the case of the fire hall, on acounlt of the men. Was It money well in\vested. There is nothing harder than to be forced t ti stay in one Ipllte all day. The fire men were in need If larger qu:arters and the buhlling badly nee.lded the lm provemlents, s I 1think it was a pretty good thing that the repairs were made." There is ilanother iuimprovement that was added ti tthe city hall yesterday. This was tithing mnre or less than It eat. Her nuljesty arrived yesterday morning and soon had purred a ration of milk out of the city officials. Ilav Ing eaten, the elt 'Stihllhell hlerself On the top if Mayor Ithondes' desk and was still holding forth there yes terday afternoon. The officials i all think that the eat is a treasure and will be t great imnprovement to, the place. MRS. EVANS IS BETTER. It was statetid Islet ight friom tihi home of Mrs. . 1t. Evans that her condition luid iimpiiroved nilterially during the lday all that her fatmily in tertained stronger hopes of her recov ery. AMrs. .\vtans had rallied well from the effects of the surgical olperation of Friday antd, unl'ss unforeseen c(:om plications arise, it in bIelieved thlt the patient's re'stortlin to health( is but a matter of a shlort time. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE $2,500 for 160 acres near Darby; there is a good orchard and about 15 acres cleared, and about 85 acres more that could be cultivated when cleared. Owner will exchange this place for city property. $4,750 will buy a good 160-acre improved farm, all in crop; A I soil; fair improvements; $2,000 cash, balance to suit purchaser. $50 per acre for 100 acres of the finest soil in the Blackfoot country, with a good water right; no im provements. $8,000 for 160 acres, all in good tame hay; an A I water right; all fenced. Owner will accept city property for his equity in this ranch. $5,000 for 160 acres; fine improvements; 80 acres in grain; fine black loam soil; no rock; no stumps; good water right; creek runs through this place; 140 acres can be cultivated; plenty lumber on this place to build another house for your son-in-law. Will sell on reasonable terms. $3,000 for a choice 80-acre farm, all in cultivation, on main road; finest kind of black loam soil; has the record for amount and quality of oats per acre; this party is an old bachelor and wants to get married. $8,000 for an elegant 80-acre tract, only three miles out; good improvements; lots of implements; a good team; owner would accept some city property on this place. $4,200 for that elegant eight-room, modern resi dence at 1203 Cqoper street; $500 cash, balance to suit purchaser. Yes, there is a good furnace, J. J. DEAKIN Old W strn ontana Bank, Cor. Main and Higgins n I"tepn.ent Phone 2272 NORTHERN PACIFIC ISS1UE POLDERS DESCRIIING NATION. AL. PARK AND PORTLAND. Three tew pubtlcatiOns have just Ieen received from A. MI. Cleland, feneral passenger agent of the North ern Pacific railway, St. Paul. "See Ing Yellowstone Park Through Gardiner Gateway" is the title of an illustrated folder in colors describing completely the national park and all the myriad of pleasures to be had there. "Summer Trips to the North Pa cific Coast" is equally attractive in its presentation of the journey through the northwest to Puget sound. The hook Is hot? interesting an1 educe tlonal and contains d list of hotels In the various Pacific coast cities showing rates by the day and week, and other information. For the Elks' grand lodge reunion at Portland, Jutly $ to 1, a pretty folder decorated with elks and roses sets forth the delights of the Rose city and the trip to he made with the Elks over the "scenic highway," taking in Yellowstone park on route. (leneral Superintendent Rtapelje of the Northern Pacific passed through the city yesterday on No. 3 on his way to Spokane. Traveling ('nr s'ervice Agent Hick man of the Northern Pacific is spend Ing a few days in the city. Superlntendent C'. I. Marshnll of the Puget Sound returned yesterday from a trip over the west end. I - Trnlnmaster Yaeger of the Northern Parlfic returned yesterday from I trip over the last end of the divlsinn. Mr. Yaeger wias chalperoning the circus train. \" W Korte, chief counsel for the PI'laugt Sound, with headquarters in TII('II, rrived in the city yester tlny. BRIENSTEIN LEAVES TO ATTEND CONGRESS A. .. Ilreitenstein and wife left lhst night fir Seattle, where Mr. Htr'itt'nstein will represent the Mis Ssomla C mill milerl of Commerce at the NIorthwist Developmnent llngress,which ciblvenes there this week. Mr. Itreit lnaste.ll Was appllinteld a delegate by (,ov\rnor Norris, Montana being one of the sevenl northwestern states of the Northwest Development league which is rspllonasible for the congress. I There is to be a great gathering at Ieattle. the dlegaltion from St. Paltl Iliand Minneapotl liN going by special train. 'hlis tCrwd has iulilnoutlnced thalt It will istopl off in MiassmIIa on Its retulrn trip ilul the t1ona ilutmber Is making lprlilr.ltioll for Its entertainment. MRS. VAN 8PANCHERON COMING. e in 'IIIstlIdny eveningll l JIIne 4, at the Ihlsetist church, t o'clock, Mrs. Ethel Iland Y"an Sll'nheron will read "Tihe Ittle Minister." Mrs. Van iSpncilhrin Is alreaudy well knllwn lin .lnlsslllhia n a reallder of rare merit. Iler interlretation of the qunant Scaotch story Irhs Ipllned large audi I n111 itn lmanly ,eastern eltels. Ad ! miIsi will thue 2.~ cents, lto be paid ;at Ithe c'llurch door. THRtE, EtV, TEN VYBARE With Privilegels G00. F. BROOKS Real Rstate and Loase irst National Bank ualdng. LOCAL BRVITIES (leorge Clynlik 'cme down from Rtonner last night. Ilackman's transfer. Ind. phone 1618. W. It. Gleason of Florence had bus iness in Missoula yesterday. Stenographer Dawson, Montana bik. John Peers of Cllnton called on friends In Missoula yesterday. Marsh, the undertaker, phone 811. Dr. 0. F. Turman went yesterday to Arlen on professional business. An elegant line of small boys' but ton and lace oxfords for the hot weather. Sandals all sizes. Mapes & Mapes. Mrs. A. C. Dixon of Stevensville spent the day shopping In this city. J. M. Price. Real estate and loans. Miss Edith Cook of this city loaves today for a short visit in Chicago,. Missoula Storage Co., C. R. Avery. IDr. Willard, osteopath, 1st. Natl. bank. Dr. leIfatpp has charge of D)r. Wil lard's lpritctlce, during his absence. .Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Holloway were in yesterday from their valley home. Mrs. J. H. Winslow came In yes terday from St,.vensvllo to visit friends and shop. Money to loan. Taylor & Pearson. A. C. Halley has leased the store room In the Rose Avenue house and will open a store there. ladies' high-grade oxfords, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, v.00, in all leathers. Absolutely solid and on the new lasts in all leathers. High-class footwear for partlicular people. Mapes & Mapes. James W. Kemp of tButte Is in the city on one of his regular visits. He will spend Sunday here. Baggage and transfer Phone 128 Bell. A. W. Williams has returned from ('liney, near Helena, where he went to examine mining property. Board and room, Windsor hotel, $1.00 per day. Best 30-cent meal In city. Auditor J. C. Phillips of the W. A. ('lark interests arrived here yesterday on one of his regular business visits. Men's pure si!!: sox, all colors, 50c pair. Mapes & Mapes. Larry E. Stephens Is in from the Nine Mile coal mines and reports good p)rogress with their development. Missoula lee Co. Phone 2337 Ind.; 310 blaek. Crawford & Walker. Mr. and alrs. John Lacasse leave to day for Qu(hell,', where they will visit friends and relatives for a short time. Dr. J. Loulise Hlith, osteopath. Ma sollic temple. Phone 618; res., G33 red. Miss Mary Henderson of Hall is vilslting Miss Marjorie Mason at her Iolne on tifhe Itattlesnake during com lieene'tent time. Ladles "Onyx" silk stockings, 25c, 50c, $1.25, $2.00. All colors and esies. Mlpes & Mopes. Rev. and Mrs. Harold (riffis and hahy returned yesterday from Kalis plll, where 1lrs. Griffis has been visit lng for a month. Saddle horses for sale or rent at 200 East Main. Either phone 456. Miss Nettle Summers has gone to liainilton to visit for a few days be fore she leaves for her new home in soutlher n California. Hlumane society. Call Bell phone 899, red or black. P. 0. box 781. I'H. II. Arner of Salem, Ohio. who has been, visiting old time friends in Missouil, will leave in a few days for lll1 new location in Kansas ('ity. Large, shipmetnll of ladier' tnu hllut tonll elt in new lilts dlrect from New York now here. Mlons & Malpes. Midlney Mitchell, whose honme Is four miles west of the city, was operated uion at Mt. Il4tIrlik's hospillltil yestcr. day for it eriilous ease of appenldlcltis. Money to loun on ranch and city Properly. 11. ) . l'isher, 118 E. Main St. lMiss lcmIIai Ehlert of Illttet has coeoll tlo ice fur three weeks or a mlonth the lluest of herl sister, Mrs. It. Dell. miillth, i lt Iliher ie n i O uthlli lourtli I eidlees' 1i1h 11p hine huinting heeots, full v'lsci l uel ail, now in. Mapes & Miepes. Miss L.eleI ail Kern goes to spend hler vIvlleutlle II. llr her diutihs in the Mountal)1in ll iti1e te'elephone) exchange wlilth Mr. 1iid)1 Mrs. Ilull at their ranch Icei' (llIlllH le''y' dlle Arlo . Misloula lllilloyment Agency for 'xpleriencled help. Phone 458. Mrs. Eldwin Iodds, who has been folr l)everal weeks the guest of her mIlothetlr, Mrs. Agrnes LeontLrd, in this eity, leaves today foer her new home I1n Thompson, where Mr. Dlodds holds offllIc In tile lihunk recently established ther., H. W. llHudson, kirl practor. B. & A. bllig. Any disease; examination tree. Mrs. Anton Welgert of South Fourth street, east, IllIns to leave the first WE WANT TO TRADE 10-acre orchard tract, a good one, close in, for a desirable city prop. erty. A good ranch property for good city home. To rent a 5-room house, nearly new; water in kitchen; one block from north side schoolhousel 110 W. H. imead Company Phone 212 Rod. Missoula, Montana per month. of the week ft .r tended visit lit hle old n to any. Thla ia I he trs. et Min.nrt return .l Ib atI to mle pa in hut ariy T'he- tlliet thr , iamported chifton listl host at Mrapti Mapes for 500 palr, 3.3. 3Base . 4 ,t reat Falls and of the alhas of 10.. Lontana state col. lege, Is In Mlsaoiu. tor two days on business for the .'Westlnghouse sen elat Xlectrio codpany of PittaburAt, for which he 18 traveling representa tive In .Montal*. - Dr. Anna *aqles, Osteopath, Higgin. block. Phone 8I5 balok; res., i5 refl F-amuel 2teynAlds of Dixon yesterde, filed an appilcation for homestead entry on lots 1 and 2 of secton 0 township 11 north, and the west half of the southeast quarter of section 81, township 19 north, range 3s west, In. cluding 161.81 acres. Broken lenses duplicated without a ptescription. Newton H. Schwelker, optical specialist, 308-305 Montana blk. Franklin Hall of Poison applied yes terday for homestead entry on 1.0 acres in unit "B," the south halt of the northeast quarta and the south halt of the northewst quarter of sec ttin 11, township I1 north, range S1 west. The appllcation was rejected. For the whole farlly, the famous "Buster Blown" gularnteed hosiery, 4 pairs for $1.00; no holes for four months. Best in the world. Mapes & Mapes. Mies Winnifred Knigalhts, a teacher in the primary grade In the Boseman city schools, is spending the week end In Missoula, while on her way to Kal Ispell by way of Poison and the Flat head lake. Miss Knights will spend Monday visiting some of the Missoula schools. Handy scratch pads and walter checks for sale at The Missoullan of Floyd J. oIgan left yesterday morn ing for Polson to deliver a Ford five passenger touring car In that city. From there he will go to Plains to set up and deliver a F-rd commercial roadster. which he shipped last week. He expects to return to Missoula on Monday evening. Cool, barefoot sandals for men, women and children, tOc and up. Mapes & Mapes. Mrs. Ralph e. Oilham has arrived from her home in .adersburg to visit for two weeks with her parents. Mr. and -Mrs. M. R. Hardenburgh, and, to attend the reunion of the class o f 1908 at the university. She will he ac companied home by her sister, Miss Alice Hardenburgh." who will be her guest during June ind July. The coolest of cod oxfords for men, $8.60, $4.00, $5.00 at Mapes & Mapes. George McGuire, a well-to-do farm er and orchardist of Walls Walla, Wash.. Is In the city on business for the Walla Walla Frult and Produce company. Mr. McGuire is on his way home after an extended trip through t'anada. having gon) as far north as Winnipeg. While iq the city he will visit at the home!olf his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. & J. Garllngton, 1103 Vine street. Girls' low and medium heel oxfords. all styles In button and lace at popular prices. Mapes & Mapes. ,Miss Edna Cooley and her brother, l.trl Cooley, left yesterday for their home in the iMuuselshell valley. They have been in Mlssop.. cfiring the school year, Miss ('o.lby taking speclal Instruction In mushl and elocution at the university, and Mr. Cooley a course In the Gardeni City Commercial Remember, men, we sell absolutely all-leather solid-built work shoes at these prices, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00. No cheap. Inferior leather used in them. Mapes & Mapes. Mr. and Mrs. iBert D'Autremont of Lewiwtown viilted friends in Missoulta yesterday on their way home from an eastern trip. They were guests of Harry Van Wart at luncheon yester day in the Eilks' 'club and they may go with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Keith for an automobile trip to Hamilton today. Mr. and Mrs. D'Autremont formerly lived in this city. BICKFORD A DELEGATE. W. M. Bickford has been appointed by the chamber of comnerce to repre sent It at the convention of newspaper editors of the Inlund F"mplre which will be held at Hl knlne June 2. lEach commercial club is allo\aled such a rep.resentation In addition to the edl tors of the local papers. It is now swell known that not more than one case of rheumatism in 10 requires any internal treatment what ever. All that is needed Is a free ap plication of Chamberlain's Liniment and massaging the parts at each ap plication. Try it and see how quickly it will relieve the pain and soreness. Nold by all dealers. MONEY To loan on improved city and farm property. 8. Interest For three or five years with privi lege of repayment of ohole or part in two years. WHEELDON.ROSSI CO. Western Montana Nalonsl sank Building, Missoula, Mqngt, Now s. Baby-Coach Tm and Her BABY COAC All ready for parents to make their pick fro -?-a comprehensive . f. the newest baby coaches and go-cart from the foremost matnufactuers i' . n including the latest improved models from the fanfous Heywood And F t dat Sturgis factories. Every mother who is interested in the best and most comfortable equipage'for baby should see this display THE dARGEST ASSORTMENT OF BABY VEHICLES IN M.SSOU . THE HIGHEST QUALITIES AND THE LOWEST PRfCES Included in the display Open p l a Is evey ood, type of baby Openingi priced, or the most luxuri ous to be had. The illus trations herewith merely hint at the upwards of a hundred styles shown. $6HITeywood Coltaplbhte (lo-Cart like cut, with rubber tires and Sturgis ('olltpsile Go-Cart, like leather-cloth upholstery; rego $10,00; this tills week only $ .95 Sulkies $1.50 to $4.50 Iwir price'k $0 .98 only...... . ......... Non-reversibl ulki......... .s and for.............................. . - $2.00. Sulky shown above, reversible, with 10-inch wheels, with %-inch rub her tires, footrests and imitation leather upholstery, 43.00. Without upholstery, $..50. Upholstered and with collapsible hood. $4.60. The "Fulton" Folding Go-Cart has S earned its reputation as the best, most convenient and most economical cart English Perambulator, like cut, to buy. reed body, baronial finish, 16 and Perambulator, like cut, wood hody 322 inch wheels with %-inch rubber troheels wntn %-dnch'ruaher tires; CART# tires; solid brass hub caps and tubberoid grips: upholstery and brass hub caps, woodeln pusher It pdl Is hood in best leather cloth....45.00 handles; upholstery and top of prmesae, eselive with the leather cloth ........................ 20.00 Fulto" n prcurabl no other doert. Mothers will Aed that Ksetnal espuednce with the "PoFultoa"will prove itedursbility, simplicdty.covealeace sad ecos. omieal upheep. Every part of the"Fulton' is tlunrnteed fto life. This guaruan tee is as broad s it is possible to make. ou take no rlek whea /you buyy '. English Peranmbulhllator, like Cout, ('arrigne, red hod anlld body, bn wood hld.y, enumeled In either rnilnl fitish, auto gear, 16 and 20 black or green or maroon, 14 lnd inc' wheels II with %-Inch rlhubber 20 incth whehls x with I%-Inch rubberll 25 " tlrs;: brlass hubh c(pnl and rulhberld tires; broas hub iaps, wooden gripsll; utpholstered In corduroy; pusher handle; both body and hood hood lined with c;orduroy....l50.00 upholstered in leather cloth....$l425 A Comblued Ge-Carl, Hgh+ Chair, Jumper and Dasslnet Can be changed instantly fromt one to the other witeaul iflst the baby out. No comtplicated mechanism-soslmple a grown child can do it. Greatest coneven lence to mothers ever invented, Take baby with you shopping or calllng, tn tralns, ca or elevators. Whe lanposible to wheel can be hlung on the srmn-ea ri abway to tGoi-tCart, Ilka cut, large and roomy Folding (1o-Cart, like cti, with solid Letus givee you ~ autmobile carritgwe, arjustable back, seats antld ends iand atomohile hood, demoastrationa, solid wood body, finished either opening and closing with one mo- green or brown; can be adjusted tlon, nlekel trionned: large and to elther a high or low position by roomy (carriage: 1-lnch wheels, %- We Ihave them In many sinlmply pressing a spring; up inch rulber tires, upholstered In styles, variously prloed, holstery and top In best imitation best imitation leather..........9 .$ 5.4) $8.00 to $15. ileather ...................................40.00 Moths Must Live, But Not in Cedar Chests And there is Ino ilartlcutlr reason why they should feast on your fine garments, A few dollars invested in moth Instraell.c nliis, thal is, i II n atlr cherst, will save a great nmalty dollars later on. We now have 1tn stock the best lot of cheslts we hatve ever shown. All shalpes and sies to suit any iurposo for which a cedar chest can be used, Desoribed Below. Prios, $30.00. Described Below. Pries, $7.50.O AT $15.00--ox sogenuine red cedar In natural finish, hbalnds and neatly ornamented' 41 liuclesB long, 17 36 Inches long, 17 inches wide by 18 Inches deep. ilnches wide and 18 inches high. AT $10.OO-Chest lined throughout 'with genutine rod AT $a.Ir'0--lame style as above, 4I liches long, 18 cedar, sliding cedar tray; box is covered with Japa- inches wide and 1i inches deep, nese mattIng; hinges and corners of extra heavy brass; 47 Inchtes long, 17 Inches wide by 13 inches AT $85,00.O-.Same style as above, 54 Inches long, 19 deep. Inches wide and 18 inches deep. AT $.0.0OO-C hest of genuine red cedar in the natural AT $ o37.50--onulne red cedar chest in the natural finish; sliding cedar tray; heavy brass hinges and finish; sliding ce4ar tray; heavy brass i.ntges and lock; 40 inches long, 17 inc.toen wide and 18 inches look; 47 inches long, 17 Inches wide and 17 Inohes deep. deep. AT $g6,00-Genulne red cedar chest in the natural AT $05.QO6-Genulne red cedar chest in the natural finish; sliding cedar tray; extra heavy brass hlnge finlihs: sliding cedar tray; heavy brass look; 48 inches and look; all joints are reinfqreed with heavy brass long, 22 inches wide and 24 inches deep. EXTRA IPElra' M Iletwalt box, covered with Japanes mattfin; so inhohes lens, 14 inches wide, 1f by 18 Inoles rieyp} 40 only; reguilar p.ri $6!00 ....... .. . ................,*. .... ,,Y :",,,"