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The Daily Missoulian. [volume] (Missoula, Mont.) 1904-1961, July 03, 1912, Morning, Image 2

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7S A 1S2WD AND
10 14( OUT
V iLIS t4s.
rite cotw4
et 7r daad ,tt
li sweatrsA has closed his doors ad
ee Jhbreein, the proprietor of the
ogSt "mored rtaort, hbaa aquiesced to
e elfI that 3e take out a
01e1or sa d the tanate was
Irlteeb y t counltl. He will take
the license give up by H. a. Pierce,
who has been oanducting a saloon on
west tront street.
The ball was opened by Jtudge Illk
ford and Manager Inch of thi light
company. Judge licktord asked in
regard to the masque ball, which will
be held this evening. The judge was
afraid that someone would be In
jured on the material which the street
car coapany has plied along the
street. It was finally decided, how
ever. to sprinkle a plentiful supply
of red ights along the street and
take a chance.
Manager Inch then said that he had
spoken with Chairman Curran of the
county commislioners, and that he
bad promised him that the county
would take favorable action on the
eatenslon of the lighting district on
Cedar street, so as to include the
block between Stevena and Woody
strets. The city has already con.
seated to this move and as this
sakes SI per cent of the property in
volved, City Attorney Woody was in
structed to go ahead and draw up a
ISaolution covering the matter. Mr.
Inch stated that the light company
would go ahead with ordering the
material and would have everything
in readiness by the time the resolu
tion was passed. According to law
this must lay over for 20 days, but
there will be no delay involved.
The mayor stated that a livery
stable was being put ih on the south
side In the building occupied by the
garage. Mr. Woody said that the or
dinace prohibited a livery stable from
being kept anywhere except in the
center of town and that it was
agalinst the law to put one In on the
south side. Commissioner Houston
thereupon sent an officer to the south
side to Inform the men working on
the building that they could not go
ahead with their plans.
A complaint was made to the coun
ell in regard to the condition of the
alley through block M6 by QMrs. Stew
art, a resident on Shakespeare street.
She asied that the council fix up the
alley by building a retaining wall, but
was Informed by the mayor that the
property owners would have to do
this, as the alley had oaved In on ac
count of excavations made by the
owners. (Mrs. Stewart then asked in
regard to opening Sthakespeare street
through and was told that the coun
ell would be glad to take this action,
but that a petition would have to be
presented, and that the property own
ers would have to pay 76 per cent of
the cost.
Peter Rak., Misaoula's only official
garbage collector, appeared before the
council and argued that he should
Sot be forced to move his Iron wagon
from the neighborhood, just because
the adjacent residents complained of
the smell. However, the council up
held the health department, and it is
very probable that Peter will have to
depart to the suburbs with his tank.
Ordinances fixing the method of
levying for the expense of improving
Gerald avenue and Cedar streets were
read for the first time. The council
then adjourned until Friday morning
at 10 o'clock.
MARKING OF PAPERS
NOT YET COMPLETED
County Superintendent Pearl T.
uarshall announced last evening that
the marking of the eighth grade ex
amination papers had not been com
pleted and that no diplomas were
ready to be sent out today. "At the
present rate the work of marking the
papere is progressing," said Mrs. Mar
shall, "I am unable to say just when
they will be finished. 'However, the
Worl will be hurried and the an.
hounoements made just as omn as
poussbe, The statement made that the
markings have been finished is al)so
lutely wrong and was not given out
from my office."
WHITE SLAVER PINGHED.
tALbert McMullen and Della Davis
Waere arrested in one of the rooms at
the Grand Elciflc early yesterday
snorning. Both are now in Jall. Mc
Sgullen is cha.ted 'with being a whlte
lwaver and the ease agalnst him ia
eanddened a cinch. County Attorney
Qui.raney stated yesterday that le had
absolutely no doubt but that a convloi
ton would be obtained in the case,
SMUch lonorlminatinig evidence was dis-l
overed almong their posseslsions. The
pair came to Missoula only about
Week ago.
MORTGAGE, LOANS
Unllited Mouy to Loan on Improved Farm on
Citfy Property
7avorahe Rate. With Privilvgue
Quik Action
*UTZrR 4 MALL
1thm u .-~ .i~''MIMOULA. MONTANA.
G30. F. BUM0
last Mu·tate *adG 2
,t I Nattouel 3afl VOW*
o Great annual shoe sale at MaIes 'a
a J. H. Mahoney Is making a business
e visit in Butte.
. 0, G Smlth, tuner; Hoyt-Dickinson.
S 1.' L Bateman was here from his
home at Naavalll yesterday.
t ackman's transfer. lad. phone 16ob.
n Chris 'Lannon of Bearmouth was a
it Visitor In the city yesterday.
Bs ig reductions in all pumps and Ox
* fords at Mapes' annual shoe sale.
SAlbert Wood of Victor called on
e friends in Missoula yesterday.
Diamond oIe Co. Both phones 066.
d Sherman iBruce of Stevensville was
a visitor in 'Missoula yesterday.
d Dr. Willard. osteopath, 1st Natl. bank.
s H. D5. Reed of Carlton called on
1 business friends in the city yester
V day.
e Boys' and girls' Oxfords at big re
a ductions at Mapes & Mapes.
Reobert King of Carlton came Into
the city yesterday to buy ranch sup
plies.
Stenographer Dawson, Montana blk.
H. HH.Parsons and Gilbert Heyfron
a went to Deer Lodge yesterday on bustl
r. neese. *
y Marsh, the undertaker, phone $21.
Mrs. R. RBemia of the Bitter Root
g Inn spent the day shopping in Mie
soula.
It Special bargains in high grade foot
wear at Mapes & Mapes' annual sale.
y Mrs. 'E. M. Smith leaves today
h over the 'Milwaukee for a visit in Min
e neapolis.
Missoula Storage Co., C. R. Avery.
n Mr. and Mrs. Amos M. Avery, and
family of Stevensville are here for the
e Fourth of July.
n Missoula Employment Agency for
hhelp.
n Mr. and Mrs. John 8. Scully, Jr.,
o of Stevensville spent the day shop
ping In (Missoula.
White shoes and Oxfords must go.
e Special sale. prices at Mapes & Mapes'
annual sale.
i. (Mr. and Mrs. Hans Anderson of
e Nimrod are In the city for the two
it days of celebration.
1 Trinity hospital, 117 Woody. Bell
phone 816 black.
e G. Berry Nash of Victor spent the
n day transacting business and visiting
t friends in Missoula.
Board and room, Windsor hotel, $1.00
P. per day. Best 80-cent meal in city.
Two drunks were up before Judge
Von Platen yesterday and paid N
f each for their celebration.
Watch our windows and get the ro
duced price on snappy Oxfords and
pumps. Mapes & Mapes.
n Miss Gladys Lindsay of Great Fatls
is here visting her sister, Mrs. W. P.
,I Bennyhoff, for a few weeks.
. Missoula Ice Co. Phone 3387 Ind.;
a 110 black. Crawford & Walker.
0 Miss Alice Cook goes today to Ham
c. Ilton to visit for a week or more with
f her ulster, 'Mrs. 'Dr. R. L. Owens.
g Dr. J. Louise Smith, osteopath, Ma
1 sonio temple. Phone 618; res., 588 red
F. O. Wilson of rHelena spent the
day In Missoula In the Interests of the
International Harvester company.
For men-Big reductions on every
stylish Oxford in the store-every pair.
Mapes a Mapes.
Valentine Troop returned yesterday
to his wort with the 'Missoula Mercan
tile company after a weel's Ilidess.
Saddle horses for sale or rent at
200 East Main. Either phone, 456.
'Mr. and ,Mrs. William A. Dlits came
from their home at Woodworth yes.
Iterday to spend the week in this city.
Great annual shoe sale at Mapes &
Mapes.
S H. J. (Morrison of the Sanders Coun
o ty Mercantile company made a busi
. ness trip into Missoula yesterday.
n Humane society. Call Bell phone
(c 899, red or black. P. O. box 781.
- 'Masters Alfred and Ralph Taylor
is have come into the city to spend the
ea wesk with their sister, Mrs. Walter
- Askew.
Jt Boys' and girls' Oxfords at big re
ductions at Mates & Mapes.
A. B. Ilammond arrived here from
San Prancisco yesterday to look after
his extensive business interests In
at Missoula.
iy ll reductions in all pumps and Ox
Sfourds at Mapes' annual shoe sale.
ta Miss Selma Anderson has returned
is from a two weeks' visit with Miss
my Margaret iMolntosh at her home In
ad Iron ,Mountain,
O Money to loan on ranch and olty
pe property. H. D. Fisher, 118 B. Main st.
5
he W. Werner, who is in charge of the
a Grand Palfic cats, was brought be
fore Judge Von Platen yesterday and
turned ifrotm Poatello,
' ha bee 6w day n
bloc
tuirned trom Ptoello
her h aseen L fe t ay .o,1a
set sevrce returneq
neao and other sterai citiesl
I she hs born fotr mpU th's
taon.r rrt,· ae
I hecks for snse at ted wi
i der
Dr. lr. H. NElson, dentlst,; ihas e
turneidto .ig pratle heren, attef
two weeh' is wirlths relatives
friends In his old home at Fargo, Ni
Special bargains ina high gradep*
wear at Mapes A Mapes' annual
Mr. and Qrs. € I rank Taylor are .
from Livingston to spend the tU,
with their parents, Mr..and ,Ms. k
ry Taylor, at theirt home west
town.
Broken lenses duplocated withot a
presoription. Newton H. chwelker,
optioil specialist, 0 h.156 Monta. a blk.
Claude Elder, deputy state ega*m
iner, arrived yesterday to spend the
(Fourth with hise parent and friends
In this clty. SMr. Elder makes his
headquarters In Helena.
i rs. George Barclay, recently frot
SSpokane, has opened a dressmaklng
parlor In the Montana blool R8ots
60or. ell phone 1 t.
The cottage prayer meeting, which
was appointed for thursday
at the home of Mrs. John Laras, l
North second street,, has bean
poned until Friday evening at theI
same place.
White shoes and Oxfora must. o.
Special sala prices at Mapes t MSaIli
annual sale.
John W. Dressel of t. Ignatius sp.
plied yesterday for homestead entry
on 40 acres in unit "A," Including thq
northeast quarter of the northeast
quarter of section 19, township 19
north, range 10 west.
At the Elks' afet July 3 and 4. ex.
celient meals will be served, 7:o0 to
9:10, 11:10 to 160, 6:10 to 7:50. Serv
lce always of the best.
lns Rudolph will leave this morn.
idg for her home In Kalispell, after a
Sdelightful visit with her sislter, Mrs.
B. o. Eslls, In this city and are enjoy.
able sojourn at Medicine Hot !prings
In the Sitter Root valley.
Why not room at the Mis.qula ho
telt Tou get more comfort for your
money than any othpr liods in the
city. Rate 'resonable.
lGeorge W. Morse of Drummond
yesterday applied to purchase an Iso
lated tract of 69.27 acres, Including
lots 1 and 2. and the east halft of he
Snorthwest quarter of section tI, town.
ship 5 north, range 16 west.
A new twin-cylinder mota cycrle has
I been added to the equipment of the
local office of the Mouptain' ,tates
5 Telephone company. 'With It the
trouble man will be enalred to give
almost instant service wherever
trouble is reported.
Watch our windows audl get the re
duced price on snappy Oxfords and
Spumpr. Mapes & Mapes.
nEdwin Crowley of Butte yesterday
applied for homestead entry on 10I
I acres Included In the south half of
s the northwest quarter, the northeast
s quarter of section 3n, townshlb 11
north, range 4A west. The applica-o
tion was approved.
Friends in the city have received
word from R. U. Cary, athletic di
v rector of the university, from Wacu
- kesha, Wis.. where he is taking the
rest cure for a few weeks. Cary
soula every few minutes back thee.
SA big chicken dinner with ice ream
- and saOladsr, will bhe serrved on July 4
.at the De Roche hotel, Drummond,
I Mont.
Mr. and rscll. Charles F. dMalloch
- onpect to po tomorrow to their homel
-in Lothrop. They will be joined there
by Mrs. Mailoch's ar. ltr, Miss Nellie
w creven, who will spend there her va
cation from her nurses training
S oourse in the Deaoness hospital at
r !Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Thompson have
returned from a month's visit at
- Boulder springs. They are accompa
nled by Miss Hattle Hammond t of
Ovando, who will be their gluest her
r for a time and then go to ButtS to en
StSr upon a nurse's training course in
a hospital there.
For men-Bi5 reductions on every
stylish Oxford in the store-every pair.
d.Msapes & Nlapes.
S Ralph C. Olodings was at hisl post
n Yesterday in the Misroull Trust and
Savings bank, alter a vacation tripm
y to the Pacllfi coast. Mr. Giddlngs
i, went to Portland in company with
John R. Dally, but remained two
'· weeks, while Mr. Daily took only one
wsek. "I enjoyed every one of the
cities of the northwest coast," sad4
Poohlall at Ronsa fori Uit
Completely furnished with poot and
billiard table, oigar cases, et. A
good opening for the right man,
130 aors of fine, rich land, un
Improved, with first-class water
right, for only 0so per ace Thsa
land s looated west of Missonia
god about 7 miles from railroad.
Good spring on the land Terms,
W. H. samed CUpSR.
Phene Ustit.":~~a c~Y~
S hN lWe - ,
latterns.
I liht*Weo!It pg and ribbed wa, In vest and .. , Asf
pen . vsst low nebk sleeveledst t e. eI ve, i low
"noks drawl's In knde lensth, lace trltlhm6 4.tilit+ se . =
and ankle to0 POl U i e
Va te. to In
Womioo I Se . 3n.Ito* you '
Childrsn'a R.u 35* ant d n . . e oI -F cri0g yOUb q
wil on ,nd b rt lh g ts-the c m r se e
S f coor, bhis f it for t.0 on ý f
Made of eLer lWawns andd ato In arqt. "; -
settes; high obllars and low Inl t 'The. waists Pretty parlr ...l. patoal ones are ber l.a
are trinmed int. latt style wfl Vlew1tteaNss lab variety of attractive ad deoldp.dly sw styles.
Cluny lace ean embreidered epw bors and whitt e hlRt and materials, thie handIes, aDl: have Iadlvidi
When oui have seen th Ue lilelagree wi s that allty to them. Ana the asartteedt i'at psen t
thiy are tl h best walst .values.: i ltn)1* c "iplif l you will hive pb trouble i es.eotinl Jut the
.Wh 7.kl yperlso tou'veaw6 ianted. \
The qqalltytof the 'fie yr*swthansulp to Pu * ,Sl [avery othe7 with
olofl the best ea thlee dwhte a
Cluny lace; some trimmed witimbo"iddserei otthers hat". .
beastiful d4tgns embloletd' Ind ueroeised .otftt Int ' Woer .A
white o., oolors. " '" W.
You wnill fnt, our prltese .ew: then y ot. _can br. th.e 1 UC WIAR oMCIA.o
theorlal C s ,O of an eolese 8~lonemeet of ntew
materials and lbaye them f ri ced, , . 5 to .o fat
m I ... lmmer neckwew In la effects, . nmbrow
nMade of lawns, tauesnjte nd ves. The dressed dae a;| nd law on .ont on.
areoatwand't for'st wer.TheyCmInCollars In this lot that would sell for, '
pinkighS. _:' I~ft blues and Ilavep~tder' in olut. d..ots, "tiiiiN 'way; lace. embroidery and lawn Od ffecti, in all. the
n n Cluny .is, ~ '.
to ,0 .. ,. - : 5S. .
M 'S . Ay.Hat ss OrMoe an orkALFnt.
o nkorn two in sund e
tc aned A500e k ,, So Io P'ourth. A Wown
nekur.' IUIUulE eI eorot cover, sam
J blnation suit,
largle aortment a . , ,wrer' or skirt,
of shades in " kni t G 4d 3 Sm , * c. Y C.an cave y,.. .
•' . ....r" p , l , "| l l . sI 1 . .en t . .
and silk. "" wup whet yoI. bpt+.
Mr. tOlddinl ayesterday. ."but Port
land warn the best ft all, even though
I did sprain my ankle there."
Herbeit L. inesman of Butte made
applloation yesterday for homestead
entry pn 150 .reas Inoluded in the
southeat quarter of the southwet
quarter of soutton 9, the northwest
quarter of the northwest quarter nad
the north half of the northeast quar
ter of section 3. township 11 north,
range s west. The applioation wte
suspendqd.
JMr. and rs. Rabert Sheeban left
yesterday morning for an eatended
trip east., They urll visit in Pargo,
N. O., In St. Paul a. in their old
home, at Rochester, lnn, then to
([email protected], New TorYi a. Wahitn ton,
D. C. On their way home, .Mr. and
Mrs. Sheehan will meet Miss Jesles
tZnn.d who is Mrs. ¶,ppahp, prt
nor itI the Missoula; (lier, con
-pany, and the latid wli /,prchb-e
stock for their fpl .trl .
Sei en. .Iv pwes . . . M.C e.
TIE
The lalrr {ý`.
mornini and late l*i ilh tti r the Woo
peaot were that today would `14 bfl.
The skips wee tlare tentU .4utn the
early eveni.jl, and moso vaAtlu 4 ui.
ing the Tbthe ohl svatone duur
Ing the dai follow:
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Today º B llfoe S `a * M. ,
HEAD I 771
"4 l*eack Made Ireng--KIMdny lls
All over Mioula you hear It.
Down's Kidney PlUs are keepnla up
the good work, ouring weak kidbeys,
div'lng away backache, correotlng
urinary t l. Miseoula people are tell
aig about It--4etlbag of bad backs
made sound again. 'ou can believe
the tetilmony of your own towna.
people. They tell. It fr th, benefit,
of youll who are suffering. If. your
baek sobae, it yon' fesk lase sore and
.mlaerble, It the kIdneye act too ire,
ltentll, or pasagus. are planful
sntlp and off colot. uese:.D.oan.M. '4
-.!rn Pills, the r.emedry that tlh l hel
so many .of .your friendis ud nai"g
bor. Follow tbI4, MJeuI ,otue t!
_vic and ive'o as, o to
on6: "r .ta eeb M ,oula., te ,
"ls adny Pil. ',oua " Uico e
Mmiella D#ru e., cureda, en. two
a7 o.s I willingl, oo e
tement I 'gave frp la
ther favor at that tlme. -1d tompb
ldhr" .om Kle. Pi f llc , o. I....) ,41i .
dered kidneys hal bed eou
e s le by all de..e, > F,
W sole e the
J~ 0pbd~f hwh~efupi¶
ii~d
E etrc Iron
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PUr I eairs
to $4eofQu25;$ down, 91
' ermonth till 'pad or
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