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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 April 1909

ADependable Medium of Sale or Exchange A •~N . , WO ono of today' Ulttle ads may hold the grm of good fortune for you GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: B.-Four. L. M,-One. L. R.-Three. M. C.-One. fThorpe-One. H.-One. F.-One. H. G.-One. A. H.-One. G. A.-One. POfA SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROOM 2'URNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 635 Wolf ave. LOT 28, LOT 24, BLOCK 41, IN South Missoula. Owner, Geo Slates, Kalispel. Mont. $1000.00-A SEVENTY-FOOT COR Sner at junction of Stephens avenue and Orange street, $1000. W. P. Smith, Allen Block. FOR SALE-40x180-FOOT LOT ON South First street; good barn, two chicken houses, 18 bearing apple trees, lots of raspberries and straw berries. Address C. T. S., Missoulian, or call at 701 Sguth First. NINE-ROOM MODERN HOUSE; splendid home for large family; hardwood floors; basement with fur nace; price right if taken soon; will take unimproved property in part payment. See owner, Fred Hensolt, 825 Hazel stree...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 April 1909

lte 0r a Business Administration The Republican Ticket . STANDS FOR --, - MISSOULA'S BEST INTERESTS For Mayor - - ANDREW LOGAN FOR ALDERMEN FirsnWard - - OTIS WORDEN Third Ward - - J. G. AMBROSE Second Ward - - F. W. MORRIS Fourth Ward - - - - H. L. BAYES THE PLATFORM We, the republicans of the city and county of Missoula, in We heartily indorse the wise and impartial administration Clean and make healthful all streets and all alleys, so that convention assembled, do hereby unanimously adopt the fol- of our supreme court in the wholesome and beneficent inter- our city shall be beautified, and the germs of disease will not 6wing platform and pledge that the nominees of this conven- ipr etation of our laws. abide with us. tion will well and truly support, maintinn and successfully \Ve heartily indorse the course of our senator, Edward Don- Make any and all sidewalks, do any and all parking, in any tion wil well and truly support, maintain and successfully lan, and our representatives,...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 5 April 1909

THE WEATHERDAILY TIE DALY ISOUL AN [·· Today-Fair. inMake a.ff~ Tomorrow--Fair. 335 L O M A P L 1 9IG VOL. XXXV. ,O. 385. MISSOULA, MO NTA N'A, IONAIV\ MORNININ , APRIL 5, 1909. PRICB FIV. (]1 TRAIN PASSES THROUGH BORE ST. PAUL PASS TUNNEL IS TRA VERSED FOL FIRST TIME AT 'NOO- SUNDAY. TAFT'S KIELL SOUIOE[ Event Is of Importance in That I' Marks the End of the Existence ol Construotion Camp Remarkable foe Its Many-sided Career-Norther, Paifio Closes Its Station Today. At 11 minutes past noon yepterda} the first train through the St. Pau pass tunnel on the Chicago, MilwaUkee & St. Paul railway stopped at the east end of the big bore and regis tared. It was an event of some lboa importance to the people up on the divide, as it marked the end, of the existence of the town of Taft. The train stopped at the east end of the tunnel yesterday and will today con tlnue the construction work in which its crew is engaged. Today at 7 o'clock a. m. the North. ern Pacific will close its station...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 5 April 1909

STtlegram To Sell I hve a client who owns two beautiful lots in Knowles' addition, each 50x180, one a corner close in on South Second street, i it asplendid" location, on the city water main. I will offer these two choice lots for a few days at $1,600 for the 100-foot cor ner. They are actually wi:rtlh $2,000, and will bring $2,000 before the firist of July, surel. 'ow, if YoU want to pick uip a piuce of easy iiioinvy, look t'St*ee lots today. JL M. Rhoades HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DIALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. SIiY SCORESSHOW IMPROYEMENT GUN CLUB EXPERTS GET AWAY WITH BETTER AVERAGES IN MATINEE 8HOOT. Yesterday's shoot at the gun club grounds showed a slight improvement in the marksmanship of most of the members. The first event, at 10 sin gle, Wps tied between Montgomery ad '9ldman. The score: Baker, 6; Iltel.brener, 6; Montgomery, 7; Eng lan, I; Larson, 8; Feldman, 7; Fred ed tb, 1. The seoond event wars for the Stew art medal and, as Montgomery and $d er ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 5 April 1909

SAYING OF CHRIST IS EXPLAINED REV. HENRY VAN ENGELEN PREACHES SERMON ON "THE SALT OF THE EARTH." At the Baptist church yesterday morning Rev. Henry Van Engelen preached on "The Salt of the Earth," taking as his text Matthew 5:12, "Ye are the salt of the earth." He de veloped the following line of thought: "In his wonderful sermon on the mount, Jesus makes this significant statement to his disciples. Incident ally it indicates a sad condition of so ciety, a liability and tendency toward decay. Jesus is not speaking In a pes simistic tone, however, but takes a hopeful view of the good influence that His disciples will exert in the world. These words indicate the dig nity of true discipleship; how emi nently useful they will be and how far-reaching will be their influence for good. "Jesus expects so much from his dis ciples, and yet he does not over rate their strength nor underestimate their limitations. He knows their weakness better than they do them selves. He Inspires their souls ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 5 April 1909

s.at .i. asscodcis m 'almttr. CO. at the postoftlce at Missoula, l ai d asi ond-clas8 mail matter. S.! 3@S8P @ON RATES (lip Advise.) fDaly, one moath 0............. 0.76 D i y tLhre months .............. .25 Da., sx aonath· ................. 4.00 1alUy, on yerw .................. 8.00 Weekly. one ym r .................. 1.50 Postage adesd for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMIIBER usfnesm Offi.e 110 Editorial Room. SUSSCRIStRRS PAPERS The Mks: louUd is ;anjious to give the best call ser*ie; therefore sub seobers an requtt. to report faulty vey at ose.. In ordering paper to new address please give old I.ldress also. Mor ey orders and checks loutd be made payable to The Mis toulan Publsthlntg Company. MONDAY. APRILi 5. 1909. MONDAYn. APRIL. 5, 1909. A LAT. WORD. Today the voters of Missoula will etleot by their ballots the men who, as mayor and aldermen, will direct the affairs 'of the city.for the coming term. It beheoves the electors to give direful consideration to the local sit Mat...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 5 April 1909

THE DAILY MisSOULIAN, MOMN)AY MORNINO, APRIL 5, 199. MISSOULA MERCANTILE CO. MISSOULA MERCANTILE The New Easter Gloves .' Beautiful New Parasols ]Every woman knows the Importance of having them a perfect match. The parasol may be the brilliant touch of color so neceesary to a .be Very stylish are those in the fancy colorings, to match the new [owns. ,' 4ssful out-door costume. Or It may he the bit of frivolity-a thig The "Monarch"; the finest and the most stylish ...................... ruf rbbns- hih is orbdn fruit in the rest of the et The "skay"; correct in style, color and finish .................:.... .OOu and rbb s-which is forbdden fruit in The "Mascot"; the best medium-priced kid glove ....................1.6 'r iur first showing of beautiful new Parasols this week a:fi s a Chamois Gloves, one-button and gauntlet styles ...... 1, 211.96, 91 t »" splendid opportunlty for women to make their selection) befa the Fawnes Silk Gloves, in all the new colorings .........1.00 and 91.2...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 5 April 1909

ISUSSM X10 PIM6WNG RODY AGREES TO SEV ERAL CONICEI IONIS AFFECT ING UNITED STATES.IL ,Paris, April 4.-The tariff commis aleO. a the result of violent protests " romn home and foreign Interests, ea pecialy ilagiand, has agreed to cer be l aendmtents covering chiefly the metal and textile schedules. It Is lerned that several notable conces S siosk have bee made in favor of the United State. The maximum duty on heavy 'kgrl acultural machinery, practically all of whtch cemes to the United States, whicoh orglally was Increased from I1 to IS trance per hundred kilos, huas sew been reduced to 12 and the maxi mum frem to . The fner' of the French bill are watching the progre on the tariff bill is the United States with keen interest and Would welcome especially any indications that the American congress wotuld modify in such a way as to permit wider latitude In the subuequnt negotiations with Franoe and otber countries. They protest most emphatically against the impression in the United Sta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 5 April 1909

THE DAILY MISSOULIAN, MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 1909. SPRING OPENING And Only One Week Until Easter This opening is of extreme importance to everyone in Missoula and all its sister towns of Western Montana. I[From New York and elsewhere has come the greatest SIi collection of fashionable wears for both sexes that the Garden City has ever witnessed. On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday I This informal occasion will present for the first time this season's masterpieces in the art of costuming, as well as elegant hats patterned after the master milliners of Paris. Each department is fairly aglow with Dame Fashion's fan cies, and the handsomely decorated show windows will be their index, displaying the domestic adaptations of pretty Easter suits, fashion's favored coats, waists and shoes, and lastly, though equally as important, an array of beautiful samples of correct tailoring and haberdashery for men. In addition there are many 'reasons why everyone should attend this opening and do their...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 5 April 1909

V 5rrALts IS OODAY IN MISSOULA AND OTHER MON. 'ANA CITIES VOTERS WILL ,CHOOSI OFFICERS. FOR MAYOR. ANDREW LOGAN, republican. J. e. PATTERSON, democrat? T. D. CAULFIELD, socialist. FOR ALDERMEN, First Ward. OTIS WORDEN, republican. WM. CRAWFORD, democrat. A. E. LIEDKE, socialist. Second Ward. F. W. MORRIS, republican. JAMES D. CORBETT, democrat. WILLIAM JOHNSON, socialist. Third Ward. JACOB G. AMBROSE, republican. H. T. WILKINSON, democrat. A. P. ISAACSON. socialist. Fourth Ward. HORACE L. BAYES, republican. JOHN BONNER, democrat. R. A. FULLER, socialist. These are the candidates for whom the ballots will be cast In today's elec tion In Missoula. From this list will be selected the men who will con duet the affairs of the city for the en suing term of office. There will be one polling place in each ward, as fol. loWs: Firat-Gannon & McLeod's barn. Second-City hall. Third-Mix & Borns' store. Fourth-Bottling works. The election Judges will be as fol lows, if all qualify who wer...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 5 April 1909

Vote for a Business Administratfon The Republican Ticket STANDS FOR MISSOULA'S BEST INTERESTS For Mayor - - ANDREW LOGAN FOR ALDERMEN First Ward - - OTIS WORDEN Third Ward - - J. G. AMBROSE Second Ward - - F. W. MORRIS Fourth Ward - - - -H. L. BAYES THE PLATFORM We, the republicans of the city and county of Missoula, in We heartily indorse the wise and impartial administration Clean and nmake healthful all streets and all alleys, so that convention assembled, do hereby unanimously adopt the fol- of our supreme court in the wholesome and beneficent inter- our city shall be beautified, and the germs of disease will not lowing platform and pledge that the nominees of this conven- pretation of our laws. abide with us. tion will well and truly support, maintain and successfully We heartily indorse the course of our senator, Edward Don- Make any and all sidewalks, do any and all parking, in any Slout the same:e lan, and our representatives, Charles A. Derry, A. Butzerin and all ways beaut...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 5 April 1909

Al .. ) MRAOjNKStt FOR sIG *A1 C4 *4 ON OHIO STATE RANE,. Waahlnaton. April 4,--Official an ustmement Is made of the program t the national rifle matches under th ausplces of the national board for promtiolt of rifle practioe and those Sof the National Rifle Association of Arierioa, which will be held on the *40 state rangsm at Car.m Perry, Ohio, i. LAgst next. The peeparations for ,se matches are on a more eiabor Ms stale than ever before and It is ~eiieved that the attendance will ex oc0d that of any ptrevious match. ieutenant Colonel R. 1X Evana of the t Sted States cavalry, who is on duty Sthe general staff and who huas been exeoutive officer of the national matches for the past two years, has been detailed by the war department N this duty in connection with the ceping national matches and this year will also act as executive officer for the National Rifle asoclation matches. b will have an enlarged personal staff and app.oCimately 100 regular 40eers of the army will be assigne...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 5 April 1909

Daily Puzzle 4 r 9 I, , POOR SISTIR. He heard them kipsing on the sly, He peeped in through the door, And then he cried in accents high, S"Say, sister, what's the score?" Find both of them. Answer to Saturday's Puzzle--Upside down, in head. One of today's little ads Smay hold the germ of good fortune for you GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: B .-Four L. M.-One. L. R.-Three. M. C.-One. Thorpe-One. H.-One. F.-One. H. G.-One. A.. H.-One. G. A.-One. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tags. Particulars at 26 Wolf ave LOT 23, LOT 24, BLOCK 41, II South Missoula. Owner, Geo Slates Kalispell, .'Mont. $1000.00-A SEVENTY-FOOT COR" ner at Junction of Stephens avenue and Orange street, $1000. W. P Smith, Allen Block. FOR SALE-40x1130-FOOT LOT O0 South First street; good barn, twa chicken houses, 13 bearing appli trees, lots of raspberries and straw "berries. Address C. T. S., Missoulian or call at 701 South First. NINE-ROOM MODERN HOUSE...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 5 April 1909

A'S I aoarm aued and : Salt Fish TiN OASS Fresh Waser 1, In M r; w filne; our prIes. ple eaa ........................ 1Wq SNO TASA-Dea~eo-a ehellfish Ssoups. salads and fry; per . .......................1O V*el-- very fine, for famly. lila .as* Smoked Fish SWe offer some of the very7 *tked fish, all daily by ox ipesad Salmon. lb ........ Dessemd rerlrig. lb .........Iss Sleek Diamond Salmon, lb ... Platin Ha ddle, lb ......... TME WIJSY CORNER. Phs.e M You Skadd Know That Fowler's Dyspepsia Cure hasw cured many Mhsoultans of severe and dishtressMln stomach troubles, and we guarantee it will ewro yo if you will take It. 't si a Ielentiflo preparation, pre paed with oars from the purest and best drugs to be had; is a tonlo to the general system and will build you up, enable you to eat anythinl nd dgltest it;'matte you strong and happy and life worth living. Large bottles, each ........................ 1 Missoulla Drug Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Ketu mend Si. eb Miasum It IT'S DEVOE Tha...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 April 1909

THE WEATHEAILY MISSOULIAN Today-Fair; warmer Y ks O.II fE P IV i Tomorrow-Fair. Y Jiala ad. VOL. XXXV. NO. 336. MISSOULA, MONTANA, TUESI)AY OORNING, APRIL 6, 1909. PRICE PIVz ANDREW LOGAN. IS ELECTED MAYOR BY LARGE MAJORITY LCarrying Every Ward, Republican Candidate Is Returned Victor Over John E. Patterson THREE DEMOCRATS WILL BE SEATED IN NEW COUNCIL William Crawford, James D. Corbett, H. T. Wilkinson and H. L. Bayes Receive Most Votes in Aldermanic Contests---Results of Municipal Elec tion Shown in Table Form. SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES. Andrew Logan, Rep., mayor. Aldermen First ward-William Crawford, Dem. Second ward-James D. Corbett, Dem. Third ward-H. T. Wilkinson, Dem. Fourth ward-H. L. Bayes, Rep. Carrying every ward in the city, An drew Logan, republican, was elected mayor oft Missoula yesterday by the handsome majority of 448, distancing John E. Patterson, democratic candi date, by 487 votes. The democrats were successful in electing three out of four of their aldermanic candid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 April 1909

Senwood Park Addition Suaps Lots 13 and 14, block 1, near Higgins avenue; $280 for both; terms, $100 cash, balance easy monthly payments. Lots 6 and 7, in block 7, close in lots; lie well. Price $270 for both; $90 cash, balance easy monthly payments. Three choice lots in block 5, one corner, at $100 each, including corner, on terms of $100 cash, balance easy pay ments. Jas. M. Ihoades REAL ESTATE AND INWURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 672 HAMMOND BLOCK. WORK COMMENCES n0 TWO BIG PERS The bridge company began work yesterday on the two big north piers which are to hold the span across the north channel of the river and a few days will see the concrete filling in both of them. These two piers are to be the biggest in the bridge and work is being rushed on them so that they may be completed before the high water floods them and work is stopped for the season. Over across the river, work is being hurred on the piers there and the concrete mixer was busy all day yesterday on the ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 April 1909

WOULD-BE CITIZENS ARE IGNORANIT EIGHT OUT OF TEN PETITIONS FOR NATURALIZATION DE NIED BY EXAMINER. "Who makes the laws for the state of Montana?" "Governor Norris." It was for answers just like this that six of the ten scholars in citizen ship who were quizzed by Chief Naturalization Examiner John Speed Smith before Judge Webster in the district court yesterday were refused their papers. Of the 10 men aspir ing to citizenship only two, Claus Sacrison and Theodore Ek, both of Missoula, knew enough to satisfy Examiner Smith that they were qualh fled. Two petitions were- denied out right, one for lack of prosecution and interest and the other on the ground that the applicant was already a citi zen. The remaining six were given 80 days to acquire a more thorough understanding of the rudiments of a republican form of government. In the cases of most of the men temporarily rejected yesterday, woeful Ignorance was displayed. Every one of the six qualified as to length of residence and othe...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 April 1909

l atobrb t h'ear. LIANl PUBLIEiING CO. ea it W I treet, MI.. at ih postoafloe at Missoula iia- , as semooW w.las mall matter. S SUSO IPTION RATES (In Advanee) D , one mouth ....... ...... $0.71 , three months ............... 21. six mo ths ................. 4. L o, r .................. .1.5. y, ole..r ..................1..4 TELEPHONE NUMBER allnes Office 110 Bditorial Roomi SUUSCRISERS' PAPERS 'he Mls oulia is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub 1rs arse requested to report fa ii sat oance. I ordering paper obanged to new address please give ol0 sre.. also. MXbOey order, and cheok amould be made~ipayable to The Mti flIan Publislring Company. TUl3.DAY. APRIL . . 1909. THE RESULT. The voters of Missoula yesterday expessed 5very emphatically theit pi+erence for mayor. The vote whict WM. Logaa received places him in the enecutive chair at the city hall by a elJority that leaves no doubt as tc the sentiment of the city. The mayor. elect has every reason to feel compli...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 April 1909

MISSOULA MERCANTILE CO. MISSO ULA MERCANTILE T The New Easter Gloves Beautiful New Pamrols Every woman knows the importance of having them a perfect match. The parasol may be the brilliant touch of colotr so aewy $I Very stylish are those in the fancy colorings, to match the new gowns. cessful out-door costume. Or it may be the bit of rtrvolity-a tIhg l The "Monarch"; the finest and the most stylish ..................5....2uloudorcsmeO itmyb the bit of The "Eay"; correct in style, color and finish ................. " ruffles and ribbons-which is forbidden fruit in the rest of the le. The "Mascot"; the best medium-priced kid glove ..............1... 5 Our first showing of beautiful new Parasols this wee Chamois Gloves, one-button an gauntlet styles......1, 1. 2 splendid opportunity for women to make their selectios awnee Silk Gloves, in all the new colorings ........0.O0 and 1. season really begins, assuring them of the best novete SPECIAL---button Kid Gloves in street and evening sh...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 April 1909

Exceptional Embroidery Sale One thousand tlyards of beautiful swiss and la wn em At 19e 1rbroideries, headings an inn ertions; ola ny corset At 19 widths included ill tllhe assortment, and in the lot are Yard all 3j5e and 39c values, all priced at half the regular Yard Embroidery Beading Muslin Underwear 25% Discount Oc Yard Nithing reserved-- Our entire large stock of muslin underwear placed on the bargain coun 75 pieces of medium and wide Swiss and lawn ter. You can purchase corset covers, chemise, embroidery beading; the same patterns in the embroidery edges have been sold and we are anx- gowns, drawers and shirts at Jmst one-fourth off bous to close out the beading regardless of cost, the regular price. The assortment is large-You All 15c. 18c and 20c values for ........... .............100 will find just what you want. Curtain Swiss Scotch Dress Gingham 15c Yard 15c Yard 36-inch wide curtain Swiss, suitable for either 27-inch wide Scotch dress ginghams, in wide range of neat ch...

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