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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 April 1909

"IHE RIGHT OF WAY" IS FINE PLAY UNUSUALLY LARGE AUDIENCE WITNESSES SPLENDID PRO DUCTION AT HARNOIS. "The Right of Way," a powerful play embodying a strong moral, un folded in an intensely interesting man ner-so that the evil is all shown, but robbed of offensiveness, and the good magnified In corresponding propor tions, as a theatrical production that causes one to stop and think, then think again-providing one ever stops to ponder over the perplexities and mysteries of life and human nature. It tells a story that is worthy of the telling, teaches a lesson worthy of the learning, and any one who sees it and does not get something out of it has but one person to blame-himself. The theme of the play is built up around and upon those four impor tant questions that man has been ask ing since the time of the birth of a thirst for knowledge, and has never yet been able to secure completely satisfactory answers--"What is life? What is death? What Is love?- What is right?" There is a scene ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 April 1909

8hal" Lasts are what make T. re!t 31eber oomfortable and perfect- fitting. The foot is not distorted but lies as nature intended. Most styles $5.00 The Martin Co. SPECULATIVE MOO MOfRE CHEERFUL UPWARD MOVEMENT IN MARKEIT BECOMES MORE STEADY AND UNIFORM. New York, April 22.-The speculative mood in the stock market today took on a more cheerful hue, although in somewhat subdued fashion. Stocks that were sold yesterday were pur chased today, and the upward move ment became more uniform and con sistent than the halting and Irregu larity of yetterda. The money mar ket situationl e*xacts no arduous terms from borrowrers and there is no ap parent expectation that it will im mediately do so. Gold continues to go out in small parcels, and the inflow from other sources is not more than offset. Foreign exchange rates were lower today, however. Meantime the loah account continues to expand and additional issues of new securities are still in prospect. Yesterday's pay ment of installments of sub...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 April 1909

PREPARING FOR RUSH OF SETTLERS RAVALLI EXPECTS TO BE SHIP PING POINT FOR SUPPLIES FOR FLATHEAD. Ravalli,. Mont., April 22.-This lit the town consisting of two hotels, a postofflce and general store and two or three houses, which achieved fame because It was here that Pablo's famous buffalo were shipped to Can ada, is preparing for the rush of homeseekers when the Flathead reser vation Is thrown open to settlement. SometIme during the coming summer, It Is expected, that drawing will oc cur and thereafter Ravalli expects to be an important shipping and supply point for a great agricultural dis trict. To see what the reservation lands offer to the settler, a representative of the dry farming congress, which will hold its fourth convention at Billings, Mont., next fall, has just made a trip through what is said to be a farming district which is said to be representa tive of the agricultural lands that will be thrown open, probably this sum mer. What he saw convined him that within the r...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 April 1909

REDUCTION ORDERED IT HATES INTERSTATE COMMERCE COM MISSION REQUIREs LOWER ING OF TARIFF ON RICE. Special to The Daily Mlisioulian. \Waahlngton, D. C., April 21.- lIe ceivers of rice in Montana will be In terested In learning that the Interstate commerce commislsn has ordered tile railroads to reduce the rate on (car load shlpments of rice to Montalla from $1.40 to $1.07 per hundred pounds, from New tl()l-llls, Ila. T'he decision was hrought abuolt by the iln stitution of a suit by S1,ne-Ordean WVells company against the ('hlago.) lurllngton & Quincy, and other rail roads, against what they alleged was an excessive rate. '1 h roadts were chargIlng $1.40 per 100 ) uno' on rh+e shipments from New Orleans, to 1311 lings. The commission Investllgated and found their complaint Justlfled and ordered the rate It lillIngs fram ,Nee Orleans to be fixed at $1.07 per 100 Ipounds. and awarded the excess charges to the complainants. The commission has also decided complaints charging excessiv...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 April 1909

DailyPuzzle Y -9 HE WAS WISE. And then two maids began to sing The key they sang was flat One took the alto. one the air; The man--well, he took his hat. Find him. Answer to Yesterday's Puzzle--Righ? side down, in coat. O a One of todate a ottle ota Thmay hold the merm of Sgood fortune or you GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: H.-10.-Nine. H.-One. L. W. K-Four. No, 1.-One. X-2.--Two. H. E. W.-One. H. G.-One. F. L.-One. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. FOR SALE - NEW FIVE-ROOM house; water in house; 45 foot front. 1208 Howell street. FOR SALE-HOUSE AND THREE lots at 510 North Third street. Price reasonable. Inquire at above num ber. FOR SALE-TWO NICE LEVEL lots on Cooper street, close in. Rea sonable if sold soon. Inquire 637 West Spruce. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. FOR BALE CHEAP - FIVE-ACRE corner orchard home opposite nur scery. Fayette Harrington. REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE. WANTED-TO EXCHANGE ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 April 1909

REILIY'S e&r y Is Pleased With the Demonstration -0 An expert is serving Quaker Oats, Puffed Wheat, Berries and Putted Rioe and Toasted Corn lakes in 20 different ways, every .ay this week. Drop in-we will be glad to have you. o- Fresh Vegetables Fresh, crisp daily. From the home gardens and the big shippers. THE BUSY CORNER. Phone 9S 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 trsatmrnnt to remedy. By wearing a pair of our good, tough Rubber Gloves while doing such work you will pro tect and keep your hands soft, white and in the pink of condition. We have a large stock of just the right else and kind, fresh from the fac tory and guaranteed to give satis factlon. Price, per pair...................1......... .0 Missoula Drug Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Hamomnd ileek. Misoula Special Prices IN Wall Papers AT SIMONS 212 HIGGINS ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 April 1909

THE WEATHER ONE HUNW THE DAILY MISSOUIXLAN Today-Partl n cloudy Nelw re'" Id i I Tomorrow--Showers; ooler M ISSO VOL. XXXV. NO. 354. MIBSOULA, MONTANA, SATURIDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1909. PRICE FI ]. CONSTITUTIONAL TROOPS ADVANCEUPON CAPITAL Army of Investment Moves to Within Two and a Half 'Miles of the Yiidiz Kiosk A GREAT PANIC IS CREATED IN CONS1ANTIIOPLE Information Is Spread That Soldiers Are About to Sweep Down Upon Capital and That Fighting Would Be Inevitable ---Intention of Leaders Is a Complete Mystery to Every One Constantinople, April 24.-HeavY rifle firing has been in progress since 5 o'clock this morning, with the occasional rattle of the artil lery surrotunding the Yildiz kiosk. Indications are that an engagement is in progress between the advanc ing Saloniki troops and tile Yiidiz garrison. Constantinople, April 23.-The ad vance of the concentrated army of in vestment began today. While the fa vored troops of the Constantinople garrison were giving homage to the sult...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 April 1909

For Rent Beautiful 7-room home; modern; close in on South Fourth street; large yard, trees and lawn. Rent, $35.00. (iood1 5-r0oom modern house on Cleveland street. $25.00. New 5-room house on West side. $15.00. Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. NEW COMPANY FORMS ORGANIZATION MICHIGAN MEN INCORPORATE TO TAKE OVER OLD TRIANGLE PROPERTY. Articles of incorporation for the Montana Clinton Copper company were filed in the office of the county recorder yesterday afternoon, the in corporators being Patrick H. O'Brien, Thopmas Bastlen, Michael E. O'Brien and William J. Webb, all of Laurium, Mich. The company is organized to do a general mining business and to exist for 20 years, with a capitaliza tion of $1,500,000, divided into 300, 00 shares. The principal offices of the company will be in Missoula. The directors named are Wesley Clark. Thomas Bastien, Michael E. O'Brien, Alexander Levin. Charles Kendall, Michael J. Harrington an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 April 1909

1 Extra Extra Extra Extra Extra Extra .h'qt,.strnl IS)tly und, uIs,- |'ilue quality Mar Ladie'f quality' l ets four chitSuit rases 1f, i italion fiul truniik it all .iihs dspreads; hlackcotton hose, rtogt - siluth i faset black, tohort - .. wear;. es np tt In 'g h l .- today, ular 354. ...... ..... .. 25¢ tw·o pairs fo ......25¢ all colors .. .... lliga r leather 75 In Schlossberg's---The Store for Men . In Schlossberg's--The Store for Boys NiA'KTli' l RIT PI EII I, iS II 1. IIi)SE Any shape or i uality o Fnf olli'l1 Men's lS atu rd ay ectans ion"il" hII' i't ;K '' i o 1 o vI yon On1 s et d y tt fl lti tl 10-11" o}s all ((lIP f I1i1s rI tiicv dio hl h dresssuspenders, ý saetoday, l qu.lity, all S atuflin ngh1d lIos, aill oIois atl si i ,l.k- iliihl hiil d w'allt; reagulhar our ti-g ulabr 70Citslhl'.1h3et. 50ce; today, the genuie5e percale o r Ik (olots;, regulart e t p'fri, 5,c ,,.-I ki gln it....... 250c hit ..... ..50 Olrs . ti.----- 25-i¢ 75i-cl to-Mch25 25C kind ......... 2. ......

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 April 1909

vry D tay in the Year. 3SBOti UM U ,P fLt XNG Co. 1 and 11' Wert Main Street, Mis soula, Montana. tre at the postoffiole at Missoula, Ltaa, as second-class mail matter. SUSSCpU TION RATES (In Advance) wlly, one month .............80.75 Daily, three months .............. 2.25 Daily, six months ............... 4.04 Daily, one year ............... 8.00 Weekly, one year ............... 1.50 Petage added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER. Sisness Offioe 110 Editorial rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS 'The Missoullan is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub asibers are requested to report faulty delivery at once. In ordering paper cllanged to new address please give Saddress also. Money orders and t*cks should be fnade payable to The Missoulian Publishing Company. SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1909. PAT DONOVAN. Pat Donovan was a type that i rgipdly passing. In Ireland there are lmalnlng but few such Irishmen as hi and in America there are but a fa* left of the old guard of pioneers...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 April 1909

A BASEBALL SERMON PREACHEDO SPOKANE MINISTER AND "FAN" DISCOURSES UPON RELIGION IN UNIQUE STYLE. Spokane, April 23.-Rev. Dr. Willlaln J. Hindley, minister of the gospel and fan, preached a baseball sermon to his flock in Pilgrim Congregational church at the opening of the leagu. season in Spokane, speaking of life as a confined rooter would expound the rules of the game. He talked o. the battery, fielders, basemen, coaches, umpire and the man at bat, saying among other thlnu.s: "For the sake of the teasr and fcr the sake of the game, stand up to the plate. If you can't ame out a home run, maybe you can drp a Texas leaguer back of sec nd that will do almost as much good. But bend every effort to meet the ball and not to fan out when there are men on the bases waitlnl to score. "There may be two or three men cn bases, with two meed out and two strikes against the batsman in the last half of the ninth. T'u've seen the situation right here In Spokane. Your hit, which may seem a small th...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 April 1909

Saturday Specials SMillinery Special S4441 II jll pick from 4 o14 r 4411 j73 1111$ 1 $bi. ) Iats .11141 ta ke S -,111 yur 414i4', of %any hat for $5, Saturdal y only. So1,1e oEf 114' l. 41 4 ,1%'~4 l 1) 1~i ~ 4014 %$4 ' t, Y thll I EI ffE Iits a 111'(' asily wort $10, lul for a fLotlltday s ' ,- s ýr \- e ial \\'e o)ffer themll for 7 ' $5 Each ¢t-- € Lace Specials for Saturday Saturday 15¢ a yard fo r re.gular 2(h 0 25and a. .laces in white 19)~ 1k %.k141 f(,ll 1 j.~ll' (' \~II44%i1.14 )I'(' ill VI hilt( 114(C~1. 4*Eril Special and ecru. 12q a yard for regular Ii . and 204 Val. arEMs in white and ecru. All taffeta and satin rilI Ins, 9i a yard folr regular 12 1-24" and 1.34' Val. ha4es in white widt1 :3 tol 5 in]hes, regular 504" antd ecru elr. sell1rs; da tn i, a a;dll, 28S Saturday Veiling Special Saturday Embroidery Special 15¢ for rgI.ulllaHr 35e vehilng. 19¢ l aI ylrtl for regtular :354 emblrloidery. THE MARTIN COMPANY MARKET MOVEMENTS OF THE DAY TRANSACTIONS IN SECURITIES RECO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 April 1909

Sp~ecial Prices Prevail at the Bi l Modern Store STANDARD If possible, come today, and see our special sales, the first genuine bar- MAY NUMB FASHION gain events inaugurated this season. There are numerous wears and DESIGDN SHEETS dress accessories for both sexes that are priced to you at a very substantial saving. Every special price STAN DARD FOR MAY herewith quoted is on this season's new merchandise and we call your particular attention to our FASHION Ii~1venAwav Gratis BOOK NOW READY Given____________ window display in order to verify these assertions. B N Carpets ndCurtains f How About That Spring Suit, Sir? A Half Price Sale of At Very Low Prices See Our Clothing Before Deciding Evenino Capes A IL. . \ l 1N h IL \IN I \ I ,P I 6 9 ¢ Y . I .I )v e I\ 111\M.1dE''6 'I1ºg:ore thanu on dozen conventional designs t, c.hose t'rum. Though the \.mie1tl, has. I.,t1 nonek... -, 111 exctllh'nl flhor Icov'(in!"" a111l 11 excet'viotmll vaive at thisI too splrin ,lil. .o, I'm- iti...,oso, n...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 April 1909

DEPOSED PRESIDENI IN FRANCE CIPRIANO CASTRO LANDS AT ST. NAZAIRE AND MAY PRO CEED TO PARIS. St. Nazaire, France, April 23.--The steamer Versailles with ('lprlana Cas tro, the deposed president of Vene zuela, aboard, arrivedl here at day light. Before Senor Castro left his cabin he sent for a newspaper correspon dent, and, sitting up in bed with a nightcap on his head, dellvereed a long and rambling harangue. Ills remarks were directed principally. against the United States for "playing into the hands of his enemies in Ven ezuela and sending wars;.ll's to fol low his movements." He declared Venezuela was lost If the people submitted like slaves to foreign meddling. When asked regarding his future plans the deposeed president said he had made none, as he considered him self a prisoner of war. When in formed that the French government gave him full liberty he replied: "But I am not free if I delsire to return to Fort De France and cannot. France should respect the rights of man proclai...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 April 1909

'Daily Puzzle db .b -,-C~~3 '~;YC It .4', r~~ WHERE, OH! WHERE? Tell me, ye winged winds That round my pathway whop, Do ye not know some sheltered spot Where dirt is not on top? Some lone, sequestered, leafy dale, Where pensive zephyrs flit? Is there no vale in all the earth Where cleaning house is nit? Find his wife. Answer to Yesterday's Puzzle-Left side down, between figures. One of todar's little ads may hold the ogerm of good fortune for you GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: H.-10.-Nine. H.-One. L. W. K.-Four. No. 1.-One. X-2.-Two. H. E. W.-One. H. G.-One. F. L.-One. FOR SALE-CITV REAL ESTATE, FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. FOR SALE - NEW FIVE-ROOM house; water in house; 45 foot front. 1208 Howell street. FOR BALE-HOUSE AND THREE lots at 510 North Third street. Price reasonable. Inquire at above num ber. FOR SALE-TWO NICE LEVEL lots on Cooper street, close in. Rea sonable if sold soon. Inquire 637 West Spru...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 April 1909

'REILLY'S i iOULA l BlUT GROCERY r ybody Is Pleased With the Demonstration O An expert is \ servlng Quaker Oaf, Puffed Wheat, Berriues and Putffed Rice and Touted Corn Flakes in O2 different ways, every aay this week. Drop in-we will be gIlad to have you. -0- Fresh Vegetables hFresh, crisp daily. From the home igrdene and the big shippers. ThE BUSY CORNER. Phone 9S Protection for Your Hands Dirt, dust, soapy water, etc., with which the housekeepers' hands must come in contact during the spring oleanlng, works Injury to the skin that it will take weeks of careful treatment to remedy. By wearlng a pair of our good, tough Rubber Gloves while doing such work you will pro tect and keep your hands soft, white and in the pink of condition. We ihave a large stock of just the right ele and kind, fresh from the fac tory and guaranteed to give satis faction. Price, per pair........................... $1.00 Missoula Drug Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. eimmond ileek . MIsoule Special Prices IN Wall P...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 April 1909

TH mTE DAILY MISSOUIAN i4I you urn Today--Gencrrll 1 fair. The M isouiin. T o m o r r ow - ien i .rall y f a ir . VOL. XXX'V. NO. 355. MISSOULA,. MONTAX A x SI NI).\ Y MORNIN(. .~\PIIl 25, 1909. PRICE FIVE CELT5 BLOODY BATTLE FOUGHT IN CAPITAL OF TURKEY Constitutional Forces and Loyal Defenders of Barracks Engage in Desperate Encounter. SULTAN , IS PRACTICALLY A PRISONER IN PALACE Ruler and Few Soldiers Remaining Faithful to Him Are at Mercy of the Invading Troops---What Disposition Will Be Made of Abdul Hamid Is Un known---Many Fall in Engagement. Constantlnople, April 24.-The consti tutional forces are in complete con trol of the capital tonight. The sultan is practically a prisoner in the Yildiz palace. His formal submission has not yet been given, but he and the troops with him are at the mercy of the army of occupation. Mahmoud Schefket Pasha, the commander in chief of the invading forces, desires to finish the work without further bloodshed. He is in negotiation with the sulta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 April 1909

15 Acres ata Sacrifice This beautiful 15-acre tract lies just south of town; it is level, has a good water right, all fenced, good well, 400 bearing fruit trees, and all I am asking for it is $3,750, and it is by far the best buy on record. Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgans Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. MUSIC DEPARTMENT HAS CHARGE ENTERTAINING PROGRAM IS GIVEN AT MEETING OF WOMAN'S CLUB. The music department hlad charge of the program at the meeting of the Woman's club yesterday afternoon, which was as follows: Piano solo, "To Ily Best Beloved," Mrs. W. H. Bagby. The solo wars splendidly rendered, and elicited much applaUse. Vocal solo, "Gardens of Dreams," Herbert Silloway. This was so much enjoyed that Mr. Silloway responded to an encore. Mrs. Agnes Lombard on the piano, accompanied by Miss Lombard on the violin and the Misses Hatheway and Lombard on the mandolin, rendered Beethoven's "Bonatine" in a very credltable manner. The department meetings fo...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 April 1909

" April Sale of The New Styles In Silk WI Suits and You Can Always Find the Waist , a You Want at Schlossberg's D re sse s \n'suiý' (hatflaSin'to tit lFaTheLeading shionable Silks " k 31I':SS.\I.INI': I'ILIN('I" S 1I)IIIs,", ThelLeading i,, the fine~st invss~lin, silk., in all the niegwst ''t I 'LV I' I Y l{ E I 'l ''l: i) S t o r e f o r In "ii s h a d e ,s , s. hb a s v. 1 ii i- 4 . w is i , niH . t o nl i ., d. t r ,+ i. 4tc.. iitlellishel kith fant' buttons and lhiiuti ,fi i.essliil silk dresses of Splendid Bargains in Silks Tomorrow pty 1c it,. i tis,.t . .,.,. ti, I, . }, ,ke' ,f th the ltst New York designs, in col. n l1' ittllio. 'tilts $6.00 to $9.00 SS,,,. \\.t'il.. bot ,h ,for. .-,H 1,,amt Figured Messallnes U stre"t we'lP., " Slth as ashes tr" 1use, $ Exquisite Lace W aists old g;old, restda, ('tpenhagen blue i 1tiil''ul fii ri.d Satin \ '.. Ilint I in .II the ii it sprit(i i t an ti ot hll s iitdes; aIll prett ily tril hade , s ll s1 tel , I' d , i X f s , Iodicl, White...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 April 1909

NIEWSPAPBS REANGRY -LAIM THAT ROOSEVELT IS SHOWING PARTIALITY.TO AM. ER' ICAN CORRELPONDENTS. gapiti Plains, British East Africa, -Arll 24.-The first night of the Roose iit expedition under canvas in Africa Wa spent In the elaborate camp set * for the party near the railroad eta W5n at Kapiti Plains. It was without imoident. No decision has been reached as yet as to when the expedition will leave here. Some of the baggage sent by the Smithsonian institute was left he hind at Mombasa, and this fact l,r)b a-yy will cause a delay in the start of the shqotlng trip ot two or three days. .Mr. Roosevelt, who arose this morn. lag in splendid spiritsr has forbldden asi the members of his expeditos to give out any Information regarding the hture plans or movements of the party. The Mombasa Standard published yesterday a violently worded attack upon F. .. J.okson, the actlng gov Ienor of the proteCtorate, and Mr. Roosevelt for allowing only represen t.aves of Americaon newspapers to ac company...

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