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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 April 1909

THE WEATHER ONTHE DAY MIOHNDRED oLr 8 M ISSO ULA-FI11 New readeIr added to The Today--Showers . 8 M Mssoulian's lst th E E T Tomorr--w--Fair; cooler. y.t In. VOL. XXXV. NO. 348. MISSOULA, MONTANA, SU'NIA.\Y .MOIUNINti, AI'IL 18, 1909. PIRICE FIVF CENTL YOUNG TURKS SHOW THEIR POWER COMMITTEE OF UNION AND PROGRESS SHOWS INFLU ENCE OVER ARMY. TROOPS G0 TO CAPITAL Soldiers Are Concentrating and Within a Day or Two the Reformists Will Have 15,000 Fighting Men Within Striking Distance of Constantinople -Situation Serious. Constantinople, April 17.-The com mittee of union and progress has given convincing proof of its power and influence over the Third army corps. Two military trains, each con taining 800 infantry, arrived this morning from Tohatalje, about 75 miles from the capital, and four other trains are expected to reach that point within the next 24 hours. Prepara tions are being made at Salonika for the dispatch of a number of addi tional trains for Constantinople. After remaining ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 April 1909

Fire Money Insurance to written Loan $1,650 I am offering you this morn ing the choicest 100x130 foot corner that is offered for sale in Knowles' addition. ('lose in on South Second street west, on city water mains; continuous sidewalks; fine locality and a beautiful cor ner, This corner at thi price is the biggest snap if fered today in Missoula real estate. List l'i re Your Insurance Property w*ri t ten JAMES M RHOADES Real Estate and Insurance Dealer 115 HIGGINS AVENUE HAMMOND BLOCK PHONE 572 MISSOULA, MONTANA LOCAL BREVITIES Smoke Wm. Hooper cigars. Ring 263 black for Ed's hack. O. Erickson of Clinton Is in the city to spend Sunday. Drink John Ound's Peerless beer. P. McGowan of Spokane is attend hng to business in this city. James M. Rhoades, fire insurance. Jessie Macauley of Cyr spent yester day with friends in this city. W. O. W. card party April 22. Charles Hayner of Boise was a guest at the Shapard hotel yesterday. Marsh, the undertaker, phone 321. William Murray of Butte ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 April 1909

SSOME MONDAY 5c SPECIALS MORE MONDAY Sc SPECIALS Indigo Blue Calico Cambric Dress Linings Valenciennes Lace Pearl Bttons Sale imoney on linings tomolrrow; Large assortment of 1al. and v i Regular 8 1-3c; 10 yards only e an hmbric linings, regular S 1-:h'; 5 viaul itt h i e I ln aIwht -bres frt , of ra.l b"u"tt""o.. 5c to a customer; Monday only .... special ........ l. . e ar 10 .In On card, for Burma Challies Curtain Scrim Cambric Handkerchiefs White Thread Splendid for kinsonos or spring Strong meshed curtain scrim, 36 11E;.1, 1X.'O11S .''AL.'S MAL AZINE h Ladies' fine , hh s ltit'hed '_ -2..nrie ,,00 yard ,p.l strolnw hite tohral; waists; regular 10t; Monday, C inches ide; regulalr 10c; haundkerhliefs. rtuiilia 1" 1- i regular 10i - tloe; tomnrrow special..................... special ..1 1 IN ANI) \(OMI.'-w N .M AY N M III.'I u t N SKxL: 5c value .. .. 5 sli... Great Sale of Wash Goods A Hat That Will Become You Great Sale of Fine Silks 20c Agatha Percales 15e 20c Galatea Cloths ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 April 1909

GIANTS TO APPEAR ON DIAMOND NORTHERN PACIFIC TEAM AND VETERANS WILL CLASH ON SOUTH SIDE GROUNDS. At 3 o'clock this afternoon local fans will have their first opportunity flor this season of seeing the Missoula Giants, last year the principal uphold ers of the Garden City on the diamond, In action. The contest this afternoon will be the first of the season for the Giants. while their opponents, the Northern Pacific baseball team. have played several practice games and last Sunday defeated the 1'ort Missoula soldiers by a score of 3 to 1. After this victory the railroaders issued a challenge to any amateur team in the city and the gage was at once taken up by the Giants. Both sides claim to be sure of winning. The Glants, al though having had but little chance to work out, think that they can hum ble the N. P. aggregation, which team is of the opinion that no amateur nine in Missoula can turn the trick. The Northern Pacific team will pre sent practically the same lineup as last Sunday...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 April 1909

A Store for Everybody MISSOULA MERCANTILE COMPANY A Store for Everything Now Comes the Real Campaign of Spring Dressmaking Professional dressmakers and clever hotne seaumstl'treses will now lie busier than ever. The advent of hally spring w lther' stirs everyone to tilh' lived of suniii i"'ry 'opool t an a nd the d'ulmanl for ldress fabri.'s, silk, wools and cot ton, will be greater than the pre-Easter rush. The r?'(al .priing drs('..makinf! ('amlpigln is on. This is thee largest ndl I,est lDress ,oods andd Silk Store in Missoula; novher'e will you fil 1 such quantities and varieties of ma terials of all kinds, nor such splendid styles, qualities and values. WVe cannot recall a season when our selectionls met with such universal approval. 'li'is \week these exceptional underprice eofferings: silk material. ham with tw- priz. in l td in twn at thete 27 inches wide, in a fine variety of strictly new and fashionable inch satin stripes about six inches apart, is the newest for plaited t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 April 1909

SALE SALE STARTh 7TAI{TS TUESDAY T7 I ESI )A Y MORNIN'G MOH()I(NIG( $25 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE FOR ONLY $2.95 S Most Stupendous Bargain Ever Offered. Go On Sale Tuesday i Read Explanation of This Unheard of Offer Below Tih Unitetd tlates g qovvimntwnt war deprl+'tlnwnl scthi i(),(0)l) Slringlf'i('ld riflhs and 1chrlin I1s from the. various ars..nals and illlllllUnitio Wahl',llollss I hl'Mtlltih lla t the 3(u111 tl'y. ()ui' 1 (','itell yer selVl culll'(l folr Min hirg lr ll InIimI'i of tlhesO rifles at a ridiculous figure. llihs glis will bilein 1 'l' iuMIy m'lig at 8 o'ilock, and yel! a I giv Iul an opportunity of securig ole of the IoNt tremendous surlific1s aih u1 no Iticl i 'f' geniui he iiierit. In Perfect Working Order E very one of thes . rif hes \w 'vre mllialdl ul eltlwt~l t h,+ . trvl( T i\sl ionll ,of the. U . S ov(rl\'( mlell nll l t inspectors and Is gllarantt'od to |b*' Ill ]pe'rfe+'t \.wr'klla In rl]!+I'. "'1r Tille oly gurnl IIusoel by the I'. S. Arnmy for 25 years. Nev\ec...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 April 1909

ODesUR PATRONS SAVE MONEY Standard and Fashion Standard S Within comparatively a few years we have grown to be among the largest mercantile institutions in our city. We are snccessfully located Fashion in business, and why? Our prices are always the lowest and we are sure to be relied on to be foremost in showing the correct styles. People S h e e patronize the store that does the most for them. Our service is ever prompt and efficient and we are justly proud of our store and its force, Just Arrived For May (liven Away w ratis but proudest of all of Missoula and its community. Popular Prices Afford Astonishing Values in Women's Ready-to-Wears An Immense Stock; Composed of the Season's Newest and Favored Styles, Largely Priced at Only a Nominal Cost to You. Here Are a Few Examples: HANDSOME SUITS MODESTLY PRICED NATTY AND SERVICEABLE COATS AT $10 Every woman who expects to pay a small price for her spring suit Ilere, also, you can realize what oxur popularly priced wears mean to shou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 April 1909

REILLY' S MISSOULA'S BEST GROCERY Everybody Is Pleased With the Demonstration -0 An expert is serving Quaker Oats, Puffed Wheat, Berries and Puffed Rice and Toasted Corn Flakes in 20 different ways, every day this week. Drop In-we will be glad to have you. Fresh Vegetables Fresh, crisp daily. From the home gardens and the big shippers. THE BUSY CORNER. Phone 98 Protection for Your Hands Dirt, dust, soapy water, etc., with which the housekeepers' hands must come in contact during the spring cleaning, works injury to the skin that it will take weeks of careful treatment to remedy. By wearing a pair of our good, tough Rubber Gloves while doing such work you will pro tect and keel your hands oft, whilte and in the pink of condition. We have a large stock of Just the right size and kind, fresh from the fac tory and guaranteed to give satis faction. Price, per pair $1,00 Missoula Drug Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Hammond Block. Missoula Let U$ figure on your Papering AND Painting We do it be...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 April 1909

EDITORIAL SECTION THE DAILY MISSOULIAN PAGES 9 TO 18 MISSOULA, MONTANA, SUNI)\ Y Mc1NING1 , .APIlL 18, 1909. MEDITERRANEAN :·:r;: JPORT 13AID R SUiiEZ CANAL A I A _A R AOAABIAPA 7AOGAYJ t a e : KMAR OOM : COB883P"' OF ADEM f`IcP,'. I9 Pl Tlozvlur.z,'.r,5 ''`" memof E X-PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT is undoubtedly the most widely heralded of all hunters since Nimrod slew lions and bears. His 18-month trip through the greatest hunting country on earth will only end in about time to allow the famous naturalist and sportsman to reach his home, at Oyster Bay, in time for the Christmas shopping of 1910. The route planned for the ex-president by Carl E. Akeley, a naturalist; of Chi cago, takes Mr. Roosevelt through the wildest regions yet left on the globe by civilized man aside from the frozen zones lying about the two polar regi ons. While Mr. Akeley went over some of the territory mapped out for Mr. Roosevelt yet John Selous, of London, the most noted hunter and sportsman of this day and generati...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 April 1909

_, letc fj During the coming week Missoula is to be the scene of a battle. For the moment the action in the relent less conflict being waged between the Shuberts and what is known as the Theatrical Syndicate is to be found in Montana. In all parts of the country these two powers in the world the atrical are at sword's points; in ev ery section of the United States the Shuberts and the trust are striving each to outdo the other, each to cur tail the power of the other and each to present its plays to larger audien ces than the other. In the west the battle has been unusually fierce. The Clyde Fitch play, "Girls," has been selected by the Shuberts as their weapon, while the trust is presenting "The Right of Way." Both produc tions have been to the coast and both are coming to Missoula on their way back east. Both are coming to Mis soula this week, "Girls" on Tuesday and "The Right of Way" on Thurs day night. "Girls" is to rely on Mis soula alone for its audience; at least will make no...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 April 1909

ONE NIGHT AT THE HARNOIS THEATER CA. ARNOIS, Owner APRILnag20 TO THE PLAYGOERS OF MISSOULA THE SAM S. AND LEE SHUBERT, Inc. Seats Funniest The World's Largest Theatrical Producing Firm, Ready Announce Clyde Fitch's Latest Laugh Tomorrow Comedy (Monday) AND THE Morning at Most - - -9 a. m. Perfect The First Shubert Attraction Prices to Play This City $1.50 to 50c Company Direct From One Whole Year at Daly's Theater, New York Fifteen Weeks at the Chicago Opera House Carriages at Of the Decade Six Weeks at the Majestic, Boston 10:50 p. Six Weeks in Philadelphia Three Weeks in St. Louis 10:50 p. m. If You Don't Want to Laugh Don't Come r :1: /4 SE PRi T R S R M S S L ·:·•2:; +::n ,i SCENE FROM THE GRAET SHUBERT COMEDY SUCCESS "GIRLS." AT THE THEATERS (Continued From Page Ten.) as he was then a slim young man in his early twenties. Following this play in which Mr. Mansfield was so successful, he wrote "His Grace de Grammont," and "Frederick Lomantre," both of which made successes, but fo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 April 1909

i'lE DALLY MISSOULIAN Published Every Day in the Year. MISSOULIAN PUBLISHING CO. 129 and 131 West Main Street, Mis soula, Montana. Entered at the postofflce at Mlssoula, Montana, as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (In Advance) Dail.), one month ................ $0.75 Daily, three montths ............. .25 Daily, six monts ................. 4 00 Daily, one year .................. 00 Weekly, one year .. . ....... 1.50 Postage added for foreign (ountries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Business (Iffice 110 Edlittrlal toonms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS The Mis toulian is anxious to give the best carrier servlce; thtrtfore suh scribers are requested to report delivery at once. In ordering pa:por changed to new address please- gli' old address also. Mo,.ey orders anld 'hicks should be made payable to The Mis soullan Publishing Conmpany St NDA.Y, Pllll. I. 10!,0 PASSING EVENTS: It ihas e1t . I, I i t. l re silll news lor M llll l,.t. II\ \ l hh ptrength,,re i ld tl , I , boosters :lt i ,i f' , I il...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 April 1909

Lovely Lin erie P rocks for 5 Ek DAYS A. Pris 1odel of Lawn :nd. Le the last winter wornd has been t spoken and summer raiment is e the feminine topic of the moment. n It is always best to make up the i real summery things-the dimities, lawns and swisses, and the more or less elaborate lingerie frocks, quite early in the season; leaving May free g for the linen, which should be left ti until styles are thoroughly estab lished. H There is no reason why the dainty b thin dresses for midsummer after- d noon and evening wear should not be tl fashioned in April. Genoral style lines r are settled by them; it has been de cided what sleeves will be; what sort b of skirts will be in vogue; and one c has had plenty of time to select from n the wide choice of summery fabrics displayed in the shops. d White Frocks for Easter Dances. For the younger society girls, many a charming frocks intended cor mid- b summer wear, are ordered to be reedy f in April, for the Easter week uances ti and the gay...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 April 1909

A ORD Missoulian Class Ads Bring Sure Results All Bar ains Daly Addition Lots Only 50 left and selling at $100 to $150 each. The same assur ance as to water, as we prom ised last October. There are 50 men at work now laying the water mains. This addition will be the finest residence property on the South Side for the common people who cannot afford to buy $600 or $800 lots. Only 50 left. South Missoula Vacant lots close in on Brooks, Woodford and Blaine streets, at prices that are right. nall and investigate for yourself. They are only six blocks from the bridge; two blocks from high school and city school. The most desirable and nearest in vacant residence lots to be had at the prices. Knowles Addition We have several good corners available for building sites in Knowles Addition; lots 50x130 feet; and several bargains in improved properlty. 7-room lmodlern fralme cottage, 2 good lots, 100xl30 feet, on a corner, only two blocks from bridge; good prospctive Iusi ness corner. 140x130 ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 April 1909

A Dependable Medium of Sale or ExchangeA RN T 0 The Adlo One of today* little ad: may hold the germ of good fortune for you GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: L.W.K.-Four 'lo. 1-One Cram-One F, L.-One Take--One H. G.-One FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROCM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. FOR SALE-SIX LOTS IN LOW'S addition, 40x130 feet, $1,000. Inquire H. A. Roberts, care D. T. Curran, Missoula. FOR SALE-TWO NICE LEVEL - lots on Cooper street, close in. Rea sonable if sold soon. Inquire 637 West Spruce. FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE, ON COR ner lot, 60x130 feet; price $1,000, half cash, balance on small monthly nayments. 1455 Sherwood street. FOR SALE-10-ROOM MODERN house, two ranges, linoleum on - kitchen floor and water in both kitchens. Owner occupies four rooms, five rent for $52.50 per month. Address B, Missoulian. A SNAP-ONE LOT AND FIVE room house; good location; large, pleasant rooms; new bath, toilet and - kitchen sink; new M...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 April 1909

1ITy The ,l 'leteo s'a.,ii, hay om- ,nill, gone, and th. l.ig antiimlated i Eaitir season is here, and inll lit, of the in clement weathler lhtth' by little the -.-i cial whirl is In resa .ing it a rat. a his h suggests that, w\ith blright .arnl dt, . will come a social cca.itn utinreced. it ed in the history of Mis.-.oula The two e\'vents ,, IltrSt t l ing t t. rh, greatest numb.t r of l.cop.il \\'..r, tIh. ball given by the, \\'oi - ,ian ' lil an the performance, "The 'Talk of lthi Town," in which in l.irg. nullll r ifl the younger society set pairtliiliat.il ituth affairs have been fully disl:uisied c - where in The Misstouliian. but tooi inm' praise caninot be given t b'lth tiihose who had the affairs In chargs. and those who helped toi make th.-mi th. splendid successes tih y w-er A num her of Informal supper pacrtis were given at the Inn followling tth play. the largest and ilmost elaolirat.- being the one given by Donald Mac'l)onaldl who had as his guests the members of the c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 April 1909

THE DAILY MISSOUIAN rea THE WEATHER m~ir U A T T M S OL A NE. HUNDRED,.. Today--Fair; warmer. Mlssoulian' ewlst thad tont. Tomorrow-Fair. HJt In. VOIL. XXXV. NO. 349. MISSOULA, MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 19, 1909. PRICE FIVE CENTS G. A. R. LAIES HONOR LOCAL MEMBER MRS. MARGARET HUTCHINSON OF MISSOLLA 'IS ELECTED STATE PRESIDENT. CONVENTIOH AT BILLINGS Mrs. Kate Sharp, Also of Garden City, is Selected as Treasurer for Mon tana Organization of Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic Veterans Honor Pope Catlin. Mrs. Margaret Hutchinson and Mrs. ICate Sharp, who have been attending the annual convention of the ladies of the G. A. R. at Billings during the past week, returned yesterday morn ing, the convention closing on Satur da evening. The delegates met on Friday afternoon and, under the direc tion of the president, Genevieve Lane of Chicago, organized a department of Montana, elecing the following of ficers: President, Margaret Hutchinson. Missoula. Senior vice president, Dai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 April 1909

1I AGood Rooming Iiouse Proposition For Sale Located right iu the heart of the city--an ex cellent location. This house contains 12 roonms, nicely furnished, bath room, large hall, front and back en trance; every room always rented. This house will bring in over $200 each and every nmonth ; at good transient house. The I.ent is only $60 per lmonth. Price, $1,250, and it. is the cheapestl|. roonlling hIOUse forl the money illn Mi.uhla. Jas. VIM. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. EAGLES TO INITIATE BIG CLASS LOCAL AERIE EXTENDS INVITA TIONS TO REST OF STATE FOR BIG MEETING. It may be that there are thlree thi busier men in Missoula than the corn- Inc mittee of Eagles, which is getting I ready for the big initiatory meeting til which the aerie is going to hold next elt week, but if there are they would be ter hard to find, for with all of the details of a meeting, which is going to be ws one of the biggest in the history of the aerle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 April 1909

HaOrniS Theater BlU I3 ,aC. A. Harnois Owner and Manager, Sam S. & Lee Shubert, Inc, an nounce THE ONE BIG LAUGH OF THE CENTURY IGIRLS BY CLYDE FITCH. This metropolitan attraction will be seen here exactly as presented for one year at Daly's Theater, New York. IF YOU DON'T WANT TO LAUGH DON'T COME. Seats sale, Monday, 9 a. m. at theatre. Free list suspended. Carriages, 10:50 p. m. Prices, $1.50, $1.00, 50c. Ha rnois Theater C. A. Harnois, Owner and Mgr. -0 One Night Thursday, April 22 Klaw & Erlanger present their or iginal New York company and Sir Gilbert Parkins great drama TheRi ht of Way WITH GUY STANDING AND CHARLIE STEEL -o Prlces--$., $1.50, $1, 504 Seat sale Monday 9 a. m. No seats held after 7 p. m. Thursday. -0 SPECIAL TRAIN Leave Hamilton at 6 p. m. sharp; return after performance and lunch. The Grand Car. Higgins Ave. and Main Street Missoula's New Amusement Center High-Class Vaudeville Program Dan Moyles & Co., presenting "HOW LOVERS WIN" Cast of Characters ...

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

'HE DAILY MISSOULIAN Published Every Day in the Year. MI88OULIAN PUBLISHING CO. 129 and 131 West Main Street, Mis soula, Montana. Entered at the postoffice at Missoula, Montana, as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (In Advenoe) Daily, one month .............. $0.76 Daily, three months ............... 2.35 Daily, six montl;s ................ 4.00 Daily. one year .................. 8.00 Weekly, one year .................. 1.50 Postage added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Business Office 110 Editorial Rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS The MIs oullan Is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub scrlbers are requsted to report .na , delivery at once. In ordering paper changed to new address please give old address also. Mon,ey orders and checks should be made payable to The MIs soulian Publishing Company. MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1909. A BETTER BALANCE SHEET. Secretary MacVeagh and his ass.nl ates are rejoicing v.i,.r tile turn in af fairs in their delpartment. They ha...

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