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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 April 1909

THE HELPFUL WE TURN A HOUSE-- Furniture Store i n Ito a Heo m Furniture A DSo On Credit .For Cof o We sell furnitule oU crcdit The Iden is the modern di$ to help, ambitious people f. vice to make o Wie to uiirke honie more establish homes. It's I attractie and comfortable. mighty hard for the aver- You can haveone of the age pan, no matter how small rooms in your house ambitious lihe may be, to turnedl into aden It his a pay in one lump the cost good deal better than club of furnishing a honme com- rooms and billiard parlor! plete. Mighty few do. and a dandy t Noneneedto. Tyeewiest A Tastefully Furnished Home Pays Larger no.t nnliy reading yoritink. l~on ned to Th easestIt isnt't ha;rdl to have one- terms possible, according ano as much s yo think to your wants, can be ar- Dividends in Happiness and Comfort Than t does. Come here and ranged for and your selec- / - look at and price the fur tions made from a well- Any Other Investment You Can Make ,nitutie yotu ,ill need, let chosen,...

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. — 25 April 1909

PuiAched fuilof holes The Argyle Lace Oxford is the finishing touch for the "faddish" man GreenTan or Oxblood in colors; also Dull Black Calf and Patent Something different for the stylish dresser Priced at $5.00 THE MARTIN c COMPANY ASSISTANT FOIESTER RETURNS FROM TRIP F. A. Silcox, assistant district for ester for dlstrict No. 1 of the forest service, returned yesterday from a two week's trip to the southern part of the state. While away he visited the headquarters of the supervisor of the Absaroka forest at Livingston, and the office of the supervisor of the Beartooth national forest at Red' Lodge. It was intended for a general field supervision trip, but the weather was so stormy that he was not able to get over as nmuch territory as he would like to have done. All the time he was away he saw but one wholly clear day, the rest being snowy and cloudy. The stockmen in that part of the state are somewhat worried be cause the snow does not melt and al low their cattle to get feed. M...

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. — 25 April 1909

Special Prices Prevail at the Bi Modern Store STANDARD If possible, come Monday, and see our special sales, the first genuine bar- MAY NUMIE DESIGNER FASHION gain events inaugurated this season. There are numerous wears and AND SHEETS dress accessories for both sexes that are priced to you at a very substantial saving. Every special price STAN DAR D FOR MAY herewith quoted is on this season's new merchandise and we call your particular attention to our FASHIO N GivenAway Gratis BOOK NOW READY window display in order to verify these assertions. Carpets~ndCurtains fow About That Spring Suit, Sir? A Half Price Sale of At Very Low Prices See Our Clothing Before Deciding venin 4p ALL \VOOL IMTliAIŽN CARPET 69¢ YAIII) More than one dozen conventional designs to choose from. Though the weather has been none An excellent floor covering and an exceptional value at this too springlike so far this season, those l'rotn a prominent New York manufacturer we secured a special price. l beautiful, b...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 April 1909

fI LY'S UiiOUJLA'S tEST GROCERY verybody Is Pleased With the Demonstration -- An expert is serving Quaker et, Puffed Wheat, Berries and tfed Rice and Touated Corn akes in 20 different ways, every a thlis week. Drop in-we will bie glad to have you. -o Fresh Vegetables iesh, crisp daily. From the home gardens and the big shippers. THE BUlSY CORNER. Phone iS YOUR STOCK NEEDS Care and the proper food and medicine the same as you do. We have all the worthy medicines and foods for poultry, horses, cattle, sheep, hogs, etc., that are to be had. Our knowledge of stock and poultry requirements enables us also to put up your home receipts so that you will get the best re sulits from their use, and we would be pleased to give you the benefit of our expert knowledge in this line. KINDALLI CONDITION POW DERS for horses is the best to be had at any price; the large package, 2a1 Missoula Drug Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Hammend loeek. Missoula Special Prices IN Wall Papers AT SIMONS 312 HIGGINS AVENU...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 April 1909

EDI~TORAL CECniON OrWL ClON THE DAILY MISSOUTJLIAN AGES TO 0 MISSOULA, MONTANA, !SrNI).1' ýIýRINI(;, APRIL 25, 1909. 0~ thefOZ~T -A a*4 ~AM% kI ME~3a-IP ~ a ~ - 6Ptni- IIPB W HEN congress pased, near the close of Roosevelt's adminis tratlon, the bill which pro vides for the control of the lands on which grow the big trees of Cali fornia, it saved from destruction the greatest curiosity of the world and thereby performed a notable service to humanity. Of all the things that live upon the earth the Sequoia is the largest, the oldest, the thing that stands most ex clusively in a class by itself, the thing that is nearest extinction and the thing upon which this country has the most absolute monopoly. In the face of these remarkable conditions it was being allowed to go into the hands of private owners to whom it was timber to be sawed up into boards. Much of it had been sacri ficed in this way. Many of the other monarchs of the forest were being sacrificed that showmen might profit by ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 April 1909

S~PROFESSOR ENTHUSIASTIC DIRECTOR OP EXPERIMENT 8TA TION WRITES REGARDING IRRIGATION MATTERS. Spokane, Wash., April 24.--Ed. H. Webster, dlrector of the experiment station in connection with the Karnsas State Agricultural college at Manhat tan, says in a letter to R. Insinger, chairman Qf the local board of con trol of the national Irrigation con gresa, which will have Its seventeenth session in Spokane August 9 to 14. that it is likely he will be ablh to leave Manhattan for the meeting of the National Association of Agricul tural Colleges and Experiment Sta tions at Portland, Ore.. August 18 to 20, early enough to attend the Itriga ion congress. "It is likely that the prelhdent of the college and the director will make the delegation,', Mr. Vebster adds,. "and I sincerely hope that )ou will have a very successful congress. "Irrigation has not entered into Kansas agriculture except in a small way in the extreme western portion of the state. Phre are posilblltlies of development in c...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 April 1909

J1 alll4BGRC ý` ý ý-ý(il ýý ,i; ; ýý, t 2i .,. { ý III'r' ý. 3 . 5, t < \`1 fý HREE most unaccountable things there be, the prophet tells us: "The way of a serpent on a rock; the way of a bird through the air and the way of a man with a[ maid." But verily the prophet for got to mention the way of a maid with a parasol. The manipulation of a sunshade comes as natural to femininity as breathing. If you don't believe it,. watch some small girl you know with her first parasol. Watch the score of ways in which she tips it, tilts, it, peers under it, and glances back at you with it poised nonchalantly over her shoulder. Nobody ever had to teach a woman how to use a parasol -she knows. Parasols at Palm Beach. At the southern summerland the first parasols bloom out like dellct able harbiners of spring long before the northern dandelions crop in tile grassplots. But while the dandelions are the color of summer sunshine, the parasols at Palm Beach were the col or of summer grass this year....

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 April 1909

-"-S3 pmy MISSOULIAN * vsy Day in tae Yeas. .OU tAN PUBLISHINGQ CO. Is ** 11 Ws IMt Main Street, Mis smal, Montana. Unta.ed at the postoffice at Missoula. Monttana, as aecond-class mall matter. ...-- . ,.,~ . . . 1 .. . ..- - . UI*ISCRIPTION RATES (In Advanoe) Daily, one month ................ $0.75 Daily, three months .............. 2.25 Daily, six months ............... 4.00 Daily, one year ................. 8.00 Weekly. one year ............ 1.50 Postage added for foreign countries. TILEPIONE NUMBER. Business Office 110 Editorial rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoulian is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub scrlbers are requested to report faulty deUvery at once. In ordering paper changed to new address please give old address also. Money orders and checks should he made payable to The Misoulian Publishing Company. SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 1909. PASSING EVENTS Pre-eminently, railway matters have been uppermost in public atten tion during the week; nor is the Inter e...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 April 1909

MISSOULA 1 !I MISSOULA MERCANTILE MERCANTILE COMPAN " aCOMPANY A Dollar Must Be a Man's Measure of Clothing It is his yard stick, as it were 1 When he buys a suit of clothes he lays out so many dollars worth 100 cents each, and worth it anywhere in the world. In return he wants style, quality, comfort---in brief, satisfaction. ;$ Has the satisfaction in your clothing always measured up to the dollars you paid for it ? Because men are learning that their dollars are worth 0oo cents at the Missoula Mercantile Co.'s Men's C/othing Store-that each dollar buys its full measure of satisfaction-tb is business is girowing each day! Follow the drift of the dollar-wise men to this store for your new spring clothes! SPRING SUITS AT $25 'WAY ABOVE USUAL VALUE In planning for this year's spring business we dettermitned to concentrate('tlit special efforts on our Spring Suits to sell at $25-to produce goods at this price better a than any we had heretofore sold at this figure, and better than any...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 April 1909

["ONE CENT 1ONE CENT Missoulian Class Ads Bring Sure Results A WlVORDRtQ1+ A IT" Come Fisher & These Are Let Me Think Missoula W A TAll Good Robt. E. Dinkins andome and we wll show you one 6- A Business Opportunity Real Estate a1 l oom, omodern house, clothes, bath and an ..Iln...... Ir s nt.y..., good cellar, O o40,000--B ruys two storyR •and (I Yrange and pllnmbhing the best; all fur- b'ick buidillig, 13 rooningB nishrtl. Lo~t rinxx1lo: fine barn; all on api11a'till('11tn, saloo)n andi re~stau oo --ooBargains 11ev always beene an expensive w ordlt 1 sIo('1ll- s Fig uresttc far $4,200; terms.. Rent brings (has 01'or terlln. If this don't nection with Missoula real estate. T ]tle whit did ,$4.0 per month. suit, I have others. "wait" 20 years ago are still Ilslhut where tlhey' started, 11ut Insurance Good 4-Room House Choice Residences to those who did Ilot wait and got ill, illvestil thir ony .,,t 60x130 Tle avenue; fruit trees $10,O00--Buys nnew two in JlissonlI tl estate r now...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 April 1909

A DependableMedium of SaerEx~~NE CENT A Dependable Medium of Sale or Exchan e A 0 ~E~R I 0 The o 0 One of todai's little ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you_ GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: I,. W. K.--Four H. 10--0ne H. E. W'.-One H.G.-One No. 1-One H.--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 reasonallc. 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 SALE CHEAP - FIVE-ACRE corner orchard home opposite nur scery. Fayette Harrington. RANCH FOR SALE. BARGAIN IN 10-ACRE ORCHARD home, bearing orchard and best land. Buy of owner and save com mission'. H. A., Mlssoullan. FOR SALE - 640-ACRE STOCK ranch, 11. miles from Hus...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 April 1909

TY The' past week has been one of un usual and varied interests, for din ners aaoes, clubs, card parties, wed dltitsaqd engagement anouncenients have ll received their share of at tention. Of course the crowning event of eventi was the ball given on Fri day evening by the Beta Phi chapter of the Kappa Kappa Gamma fra ternity. Elite hall was transformed for the occasion into a most attrac tive ball room. Dainty screens of white ribbon and polnsetta blossoms hung before the windows, and almnost hid the orchestra. Lights shaded with red shed a pretty glo over the scene. In the south end of the hall was arranged cosy groups of chairs and couches, and attractive cnay corners were to be found in every conceivable place. The gowns worn by botll the charming hostesses and guests were unusually handsome and added the final touch to the ocabion. The season since Easter has been especially gay in universilty cires and promises to continue. Prepara tions for the May carnival to be given at the ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 April 1909

TOE WEATHER Y DAILY MISSOUIAN TTAT .O... Today--Showers; cooler. If you avtle .M Tomorrow--Partly cloudy. 3The OUL MNMTAN.NA 2IEIVOP VOL. XXXV. NO. 356. MISSOULA, MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 26, 1909. PRICE FIVE O]. JAP WARSHIPS ON PACIFIC COAST TWO CRUISERS OF TRAINING SQUADRON SAIL INTO PORT OF SAN PEDRO. ARE ON PEACEFUL VISIT Ships Soya and Aso, Comprising Mi IKado's Training Squadron Drop An ohor in Harbor of California Town Thousands of Japanese Flock to to Welcome the Visitors. Los Angeles, April 25.--For the first time in 10 years, warships of Japan entered a Pacific coast port of the United States, when the cruisers Soya and Aso, comprising the Jap anese training squadron commanded by Rear Admiral Ijichi, steamed into port at noon today. Not since the training ships entered the bay of San Francisco a half score of years ago have vessels flying the flag of the rising sun been sighted on the west ern shores of this country. The Aso and Soya anchored at San Pedro, the harbor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 April 1909

15> Acres ta Sacnile SlclEl'! 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 l750, and it is by far the Ibest buy on record. Jas M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgitns Avenue. Phone 672 HAMMOND BLOCK. SURVEYING PARTIES STILL ACTIVYE PUGET SOUND ENGINEER8 ARE ORDERED FROM WEST TO FLATHEAD COUNTRY. The Puget Sound Railway company has not yet ceased its activities in sending out engineering parties to make surveys in this territory. The following, taken from an Ellensburg ehobange, tells of a continuation of the figlht for territory: "Instuead of returning to this city withid -a fe* days as expected, the Milwlaukee's locating party of civil Enginees in chlarge of W. S. Gam bi have gone to Spokane and will lutave shortly for the Fiathead Indian relervation in Montana. All the pre liminary sprveying for the Beverly Kennewick line was done by this...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 April 1909

CONVERSION OF SAUL IS THEME REV. MR. VAN ENGELEN DRAWS LESSONS FROM WELL-KNOWN BIBLE STORY. Acts 26:19: "Wherefore, O King Agrippa, I was not disobedient unto the heavenly vision." "Next to the life, death and resur rection of the Lord Jesus Christ, the most important event in the history of the church and of the world is the conversion of Saul of Tarsus. No wonder then that in the book of Acts we have the accounts of this exper ience, one by the author and two from the Prv:,tle, as he relates his own con veion. He relates it the last time before King Agrippa 27 years after its occurrence. naul s parents were weaktny, re fined and influential citizens of Tar sus, and were devoutly religious. Saul proudly claimed Tarsus as the city of his birth. It was a free city, exempt from Roman land tax, even coined its own money and had com plete Jurisdiction over its own citizens and strangers residing among them. Not only was it an important com mercial center, but it rivaled Athens and Alexa...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 April 1909

DAIL `.ODLA .r-ý ,the YeIr. 0 00. 011I b aat elaoula. Montana, as i d-claws mail matter. ++ ,+ (In Allvenee) Daily, three months .............. . Daily, ree months ............... 800 Weekly, one year ................. 1.60 postalge added for foreign countries. 'TILEPI4SOl NUMEIR. Dusiness Office 110 Editorial rooms SUISCRIBERS' PAPERS "e Mslsoulian Is anxious to give' the beet carrier service; therefore sub soribers r requested to report faulty elikvery at once. In ordering paper halnged to new address pleaose give Oe address also. Money orders and sheoks should be made payable to The Miusoulian Publishing Company. M ONDAY APRIL 26, 1909. ANOTHER CONTEST. This week will witness an addition t the number of western Montana contests for railway right of way; the Northern Pacific has entered the Lolo pass, presumably for the purpose of locating a line over the Bitter Root mountains into Idaho. The details of this new phase of the railway war fare were told exclusively yesterday morning...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 April 1909

MISSOULA MISSOULA MERCANTILE MERCANTILE COMPANY COMPANY ] A Dollar Must Be a Man's Measure of Clothing It is his yard stick, as it were ! When he buys a suit of clothes he lays out so many dollars worth 100 cents each, and worth it anywhere in the world. In return he wants style, quality, comfort---in brief, satisfaction. Has the satisfaction in your clothing always measured up to the dollars you paid for it? Because men are learning that their dollars are worth 0oo cents at the Missoula Mercantile Co. 's Men's Clothing Store-that each dollar buys its full measure of satisfaction-tbhis business is growing each day! Follow the drift of the dollar-wise men to this store for your new spring clothes! " SPRING SUITS AT $25 'WAY ABOVE USUAL VALUE In pilanning for this year's spring business we deter mined to concentrate special efforts on our Spring Suits to sell at $25-to produce goods at this price better : than any we had heretofore sold at this figure, and better than any other store ...

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. — 26 April 1909

Purnched Tlw Arge Lace 014 ý is t finishing touch for the "faddish" man CaeenTan orOxbloo~ in colors; also Dull Black Calf and Patent Samethidi di&rent for thestyiudr &cer MIoe $5.0. TIIEARTIN , SCOMPANY. , i il ! in i - i THEA1ER MONDAY AND TTUESDAY -e "KENILWORTW, Taken from Sir \atr Scott's famo1i 11,1%4-l if I he same name. Two Eucellenlt oJtnedies, guaranteed to make you laugh. New Illustrated Songs MllMVouli. Want Ads .... B Q. u hfck Results NATIONAL CASH Drawer REGISTERS Operated ·$1oo We also have other Total Adding, F Detailed Strip Printing Registers for $50, $65, $75 and $90. Thirty-seven key drawer operated, sale strip, print A total adder, registers amounts Ic up to $59.99; five c.al keys for recording cash sales, charge sales, money '4eived on account, money paid out, and no sale trans aclona. Plain indication, high grade bronze cabinet, uaoble slab, fully guaranteed, easy monthly payments. ,~~~W WRITE TO W. J. MACAULEY . v'; I'THE CASH REGISTER MAN," . ]. . P...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 April 1909

lSpecia Prices Prevail at the Big Modern Store STANDARD If possible, come Monday, and see our special sales, the first genuine bar- MAY NUMBE STNAD psilDESIGNE FASHION gain events inaugurated this season. There are numerous wears and ^N 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 ____en__w__y____t__ window display in order to verify these assertions. B O O E D CNrpetsandCurtains Bow About That Spring Suit, Sir? A Half Price Sale of At Very Low Prices See Our Clothing Before Deciding vening Capes ALL WOOL INGRAIN CARPET 689 YARD More than one dozen conventional designs to choose from. Though the weather has been none An excellent floor covering and an exceptional value at this too springlike o far this season, those l'rooi a Iotamineit New York manufacturer we sseured a Mpecialeprice. beautiful,...

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. — 26 April 1909

IMPORTANT MATTER TO STATE GOVERNOR BENSON OF OREGON WRITES ABOUT THE VALUE OF IRRIGATION. Spokane, April 25.--"Irriguti'n is a matter og deep concern to the peoplie of our state, especially of that vast territory lying east of the Cascade mountains, and they are vitally inter ested in all matters pertaining to it." C, N. McArthur, :c(reiary tn Gov ernor F. W. Benson, says this in a letter from Saem t3 1,. lilsinger, chairman of the lochl !i...aid of (or.trul of the 17th National Irrieition con greas, which will .1.iet in Spokiane August 9 to 14. He sdds: "I assure you that our people are interested in the coming irrigation congress, and that the state will be properly represented there. From present indications there will be a great many demands for appoint ments by the governor. He already haa in mind a number of prominent citisens, who are deeply interested in questions of irrigation, and he Is be sieged with applications for appoint ments from many quarters. The writer was speake...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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