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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 May 1909

T"HE WEATHER I) IL MISATTIA FT A Today-Fair; warmer. ItE. IOoN uE1.RIE TomorrowFFair. HO 361.o OMT OMIm VOL. XXXV. NO. 361. MISSOULA, MONTANA, SATUItDAY MOINGIJG, MAY 1, 1909. PRICI DEATH AND DESTRUCTION FOLLOW WAKEOF STORM Middle West Is Swept by Cyclonic Winds That Destroy Property and Kill People TWENTY KNOWN TO HAVE PERISHED IN CHICAGO Reports From Other Sections of Country, Extending From Great Lakes Into the South, Show Great Damage to Buildings and Crops and the Killing and Injuring of Many People Atlanta, Ga., April 30.-At least 76 persons killed and three times that number injured, and damages amount ing perhaps to $1,000,000-this is the toll collected by a succession of tor nadoes which swept portions of Mis sissippi, Arkansas, Kentucky, Alabama and Missouri last night, today and to night. Wires are down throughout the stricken districts and only fragmentary reports of the tornadoes can be gath ered. It is feared that the damage and loss of life will be even greater than i...

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. — 1 May 1909

Ia:I am offering this " m: ning a nice little in vestment that will pay bettr, than 10 per cent and is in line for a rapid increase in value, be sides being a neat home. This is a five-room mod ern house, in good con dition, on a 30x150-foot lot; good barn; located close in to Higgins av *enue, on East Spruce street; rents for $25 per month. This is certainly a great, big bargain. Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. FAIR COMMISSIONERS IN SESSION FRUIT, AGRICULTURAL AND MINl ING SHOW WILL BE HELD NEXT OCTOBER. That a fruit, agricultural and mining show should be held in Missoula on October 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22 in the Union theater building was decided at a meeting of the county fair commis sioners held yesterday in the rooms of the chamber of commerce. The com missioners organized at the first ses sion of the day by electing C. M. Allen of Lolo, president; R. M. Cobban of Missoula, vice president, and Peter Feddersohn of Mis...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 May 1909

PLAN 1TO PREVENT "CORNERS" OMISSION OF CANADIAN WHEAT WOULD PREVENT GOBBLING UP OF PRODUCT. Chicago, April 30.-No "Patteacor* er" in wheat would be possible if nadlan wheat were admitted to the nited States with the privilege of a 'drawback" or refund of the duty aid when the wheat as flour is ship out of the United States again; his is the statement of Chicago Board f Trade interests favoring the meas re which is said to be under con ideration by President Taft, Sena or Aldrich and others in charge of e new tariff bill. Bitter hostility to such a plan from e wheat growers of the United tates is expected, however, for the heat from fertile Alberta and ad olning provinces has become, by the pid settlement there in recent years, tremendous factor to be reckoned ith. The wheat acreage there this rear will be greatly increased, accord g to the figures furnished by the 3rand Trunk Pacific, the Canadian acific, and the Canadian Northern, hich has just announced its route rom Edmonton in A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 May 1909

Publi shd Day in the Tst*d . rn s lana 1W t Mafn Street, Mis Bt r , Montana. E nt] i f t the postoffice at Missoula, konabtt* , as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (In Advance) Daily, one month ...............0.76 Daily, three months .............. 2.25 Daily, six months ............... 4.00 Daily, one year ................ 8.00 W< Weekly, one year ............... L50 Postage added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER. Business Office 110 Editorial rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoulian is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub scribers are requested to report faulty delivery at once. In ordering paper changed to new address please give old address also. Money orders and checks should be made payable to The Missoulian Publishing Company. SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1909. BE REASONABLE. There are several railways consider ing the question of routes through Missoula. Stakes have been driven in many directions and along most of the available entrances and exit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 May 1909

BAPTIST MEETIICS COME TO CLOSE RELIGIOUS RALLY IS FINISHED AFTER A SUCCESSFUL WEEK OF PRAYER. Last night the Baptist district rally closed after a three-day religious fes tival held in the church, during which a number df celebrated Baptist di vines have been heard in addresses at once inspiring and instructive. The meetings of yesterday were all good and well attended. The rally was brought to a fitting close by Rev. F. A. Agar, superintendent of conven tion missions, who spoke in a forcible manner on "State Missions and the Promulgation of the Missionary Idea." The address was confined- to an in structive and particularly pleasing statement of facts, showing the pro gress made during the past year in the mission field. He told of the work ings of the state board and the dire need of funds to carry on the work. Rev. Mr. Agar gave a great many fitp ting examples, detailing the growth of Christianity in this state through evangelism and told of the work being done in the new settleme...

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

t Sale SAt the ARTIN ' CO. Prices cut to the core. Price concessions unequaled. Any $18.50 lady's tailored suit ......................$. 15.50 Ay $23.75 lady's tailored suit ...................... 18.75 Any $25.00 lady's tailored suit ................ 21.75 Any $27.50 lady's tailored suit........... .. 23.50 Any $30.00 lady's tailored suit ........ .... .. 26.50 These prices include free alterations. We do not charge for alterations. THE MARTIN CO. TRAIN OPERATION IS DELAYED DAYLIGHT SERVICE ON LOCAL OIVISION OF PUGET SOUND 18 POSTPONED. The inauguration of the daylight train schedule on the Western Mon t.ia division of the Puget Sound rail r i~d, which was announced to take effect next Monday, will probably be delayed several days on account of the difficulty experienced in cleaning up the debris on the west end, caused by slides in the vicinity of Bryson and tunnel 19. The plan of the division officials now is to put the tri-weekly schedule into effect about Wednesday and to clean...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 May 1909

THE DAILY MISSOULIAN, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1909. EXTRA SPECIAL VERY SPECIAL VERY SPECIAL EXTRA SPECIAL $1.25 Crex Grass Rugs 75c Men's 20c Handkerchiefs 50c Neckwear 25c Ladies' Muslin Underwear 50c Size 2 feet 6 inches by 5 feet 2 for 25c (',u.t covers, night gowns, drawers and skirts of These celebrated Crex grass rugs are known from Very large size. hemstitched handkerchiefs, Women will crowd this section while these splendid grade of muslin; many pretty trimming of coast to coast as being the most durable and sani of good quality, sold in every store at 20c extraordinary values last,; Dutch collars and emlbroidery, lace and heading effects; the greatest ta$y floor covering made, mcmre than 100 of these and even 25c, contains a very large percent- stocks, the season's favored styles, beautiful value veri offrd t an time this season and sure ao.25 rugs, with fringed ends and bound edges, in an d es 0d ou ts in n to crowd the department with eager purchaser s we assortment of c...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 May 1909

TIE DAY 4A0t10N8 IN SECURITIES 1t40 E* ON THE NEW S YtkttOCK EXCHANGE. April 80.-The stock was dull and little im ade on prices by any 4 e r is which came Into con bo. The excessive dullness ' duie to the interruption of 'itinltation with the western part t rh o try by the storm. Few or rb received from outside urces and news of conditions in the scanty. Prices were t I oS ioTe extent by the sym .theto ft_ of the strength in spe I tol . fn~oh Pacific was sup tted and its recovery from yester 's decline had much to do in allay the apprehension regarding the ulative position caused by that de .lne. Reading had the benefit of the ilgning of the agreement over the *age scale with the anthracite miners and of the good showing of earnings 1Ir March reported by the company. ,Western Union was affected by ru mors of a combination of telegraph ld telephone companies. It was such ýecial movements as these that made tip the market. Some relief was felt at the quiet manner in which the London m...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 May 1909

Daily Puzzle J r THE HOUSE HUNTER. Shg riseth up at early dawn, She putteth her street apparel on; She bolteth her breakfast, hasteth away, And hunteth up houses the live long day. She returneth home, worn out and vexed. 'Tis the same next day, and the next and next; So at last she puatteth away her hat S And decideth to live in the same flat. Find a landlord. Answer to Yesterday's Puzzle-Upside down under umbrella handle. he . . .ne of today's little ads may hold the germ of Sgood fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: H.-One. S. S.-One. S. M.-One. L. M. F.-Two. T. M.-One. L.-Three. H.-10.-One. C. H. S.-One. F.-Two. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. A BARGAIN IF TAKEN WITHIN next few days-A house and three lots. 510 North Thiid street. FOR SALE-SIX LOTS, THREE ON Fourth street, three on Third street, Low's addition, block 4. Call at lots. RANCH FOR SALE. BARGAIN IN 10-ACRE OR...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 May 1909

YCORER. Hall, I flavors, lb 4O0 S ., lb' .:.........................400 h ouse, lb ....... ................400 o, ib ._.. . ............................ . 1 at Millar, the hbet cot e the city at the price, lb 254 e cnveqnience of parties who h tt imed fBarrington Hall cof have it put up in ~-lb. tins i we are eolling at, each....10i RECEIVING DAILY Asparague Green Onions Pie Plant Spinach arbour's Lettuce Radishes S- |. 5.T3 BUSY CORNER. Phone 98 Scabless Potatoes AND Smutless Grain Both are insured by right use of the right kind of formaldehyde. It costs but about one-half cent a bushel to free seed from the smut germ and there are few places where so small an expenditure will yield so large a profit. Get the reliable grade of FORMALDEHYDE that we carry and you can depend upon satisfactory results. Full di rections for use on each bottle. Special attention given to mail orders. Missoula Drug Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. H. mmend Blook. Messoula IN Wall Papers AT SIMONS 312 HIGGINS AVE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 May 1909

~n " vc,ý ý.w . -ý .. ,,re.-r T HE WEATHER IT1'TTT 7YOun Tomorrow-Fair TAI MISSOUAN The & VOL. XXXV. NO. 362. MISSOULA, MONTANA, SUNDAY MOHNING, MAY 2, 1909. PRICE FIVE SECURE FOUR BIG AFRICAN MR. ROOSEVELT AND KERMIT BAG 'RECORD NUMBER OF MAN-EATERS. FATHER AND SON HAPPY On Their First Lion Hunt in the Dark Continent Former President and His Boy Do Some Remarkable Shooting -Native Followers Rejoice With the American Party. Nairobi, British East Africa, May 1. -Four lions are trophies of ex-Presi dent Roosevelt's camp in the Mau hills tonight, and the 200 or more na tive followers are rejoicing with the American party in the celebration of the unusually good luck. The lions were bagged yesterday and Colonel Roosevelt's mighty gun brought three of them to the earth, each on the first shot. Thus one of the president's fondest ambitions has been realized and he is proud, too, that the fourth jungle king fell before the rifle of his son, Kermit, who, however, took three shots to kil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 May 1909

f am offering this morning a nice little in vestment that will pay better than 10 per cent and is in line for a rapid increase in value, be sides being a neat home. This ja a fiye-room mod ern house, in good con dition, on a 30x150-foot lot; good barn; located close in to Higgins av enue, on East Spruce street; rents for $25 per month. This is certainly a great, big bargain. Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. LOCAL BREVITIES Call up 655 for Ed's hack. "'J. H. Vivian of Butte visited friends in this city yesterday. Smoke Wm. Hooper cigars. Andrew Stinger came in from the. reservation yesterday. gee J. E. Power for soda water. Drink John Gund's's Peerless beer. Thomas Carter of Turah visited frlends in this city yesterday. James M. Rhoades, fire insurance. Marsh, the undertaker, phone 321. T. E. Bparks of Eddy transacted 'business in this city yesterday. Billiards and pool. 107 East Front. F. P. Keith, insurance. Florence hot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 May 1909

April Sale of SCHLOSSBERG S The New Styles in Silk W S uiits and CORNER HIGGINS AVENUE AND PINE STREET. You Can Always Find the Waist You w-w Want at Schlossberg's The Leading Store for `o1 showing a beautiful as- Monday Specials for D r e s e stinest of wastin the ** finest lesshline silk, in all Women . i Fashionable Silks the e6.50 LACE WAISTsuch 95 ___________ F as ion bl Sillise wit Beautiful lace waist, Splendid Bargains in Silks Tomorrow f td le' tilt trimted with embri t Messaline Princess Dresses g fancy b n yyke ry on levspine 1 0 5 4 )lt i ilt . 8 o tit aae v y o k e s c y lo n g s le e v e s , p i t e of the new ier m edalliont cuffs and high boned collar; *Greatly Reduced Figured Messalines ,.rs $6 t $9 $6.50 value for.... 4... ¬..e lautiful figured satin Mtessaline, ill all the Hell spr~ing )25 - ALRDWIT hiesn i wIiri t ,Ieit eiu1, (4 Exquisite lace Waists $2."'0 TAILORED wAIT shades, such as wisteria, reseda, vielux ose, tallpe, etc.; Exquisiteu Lacesan sikdrseso telt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 May 1909

IHIJISANHS OF MEN ON STRIKE SEAMEN REFUSE TO SHIP ON BOATS CONTROLLED BY CAR RIERS' ASSOCIATION. Chicago, May 1.-The strike of labor unions on the great lakes against the Lake Carriers' association, or more correctly, their formal refusal to ship on boats controlled by the association, was put into full operation today at all ports. It is estimated that prob ably 12,000 seamen of all classes are involved in the great struggle. Al most 3,000 are said to be now employed on boats controlled by the carriers, and these are scheduled to leave their vessels this morning if in port, or as soon as they come in from sea. Thousands are idle today in Chicago, Cleveland, Buffalo and other centers. The next move of the leaders will be to request the general officers of the International Seaman's union to come to the lake district and indorse the strike. General Secretary W. H. Fraser of the international union is at East Boston, but will immediately get in touch with the situation. He probably wi...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 May 1909

A Store for Everybody MISSOULA MERCANTILE COMPANY A Store for Everything ju4 GIVE HEED TO THE CALL OF ALL OUTDQORS 4 The spirit of outdoors pervades everywhere. Let us help you get ready for summer-we're ready. Here are special displays of all the paraphernalia of outdoor slirts and games; correct and comfortable apparel for ti wear; all the tools for keeping the lawn in order; seeds for the flower and kitchen garden; furniture for the porch and lawn; porch shades, hammocks. tents, camping wi tfits-everything one requires to answer the outdoors, and everybody should have something to call them into the open air-either work or play-a summer fad, if you please. What Is Your Favorite Outdoor Game? Baseball? Tennis? Croquet? Fishing? Shooting? Bicycling? Driving? Whatever it is, here you will find the right accessories to make it a success and especially enjoyable. The Sporting Goods Store in the Hardware department will be found a veritable "sportsman's paradise," so complete are its s...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 May 1909

k _,AI Not a Customer Can Go Away Disappointed Ike Martin Co.'s Curtain Sale There will be wonderful sellitng in this department. We predict an entire clean-up sale. --Patrons fortunate enough to attend Ithis sale of Tapestry Ponrtiecrch and Laec furtain~s will admit the supremacy of BIG VALUES. We will close wut every pair of curtains and portieres in the store at exceptionally low prices, ,and persons knowing real bargains will unhesitatingly purchase liberally. CLEAN UP SALE OF TAPESTRY CURTAINS Twenty pairs of portieres in solid green a atd reds, excellent quality from medium to heavy weight tapestries, all fine designs, sote with heavy knotted fringe, others with Persian tapestry bands. $5.00 tapestry curtains reduced to, per pair ............... .......$3.69 $7.50 tapestry curtains reduced to, per pair .... .. ........................$4.39 $9.50 tapestry curtains reduced to, per pair . $5.75 $10.00 itpestry curtains reduced to, per pair ...........................................

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 May 1909

EXTRA SPECIAL VERY SPECIAL VERY SPECIAL EXTRA SPECIAL $1.25 Crex Grass Rugs 75c Men's 20c Handkerchiefs 50c Neckwear 25c Ladies' Muslin Underwear 50c Size 2 feet 6 inches by 5 feet 2 for 25c iorwt covers, night gowns, drawers and skirts of These celebrated Crex grass rugs are known from Very large size, hemstitched handkerchiefs, Women will crowd this section while these splenjdid grade of muslin; many pretty trimming of coast to coast as being the most durable and sani. of good quality, sold in every store at 20c ln extraordinary values last; Dutch collars and o," 1ider(, lace and heading effects; the greatest floor co e n g m ade, in oic than 100 o ithese an d even 25c, con tain s a very larg e p ercent- t.. ti t i 1 i i 1 t 1 be utifil t i I t i i i t iint t seaso n and su re $12 ugs ith fringed ends and bound edges. in ani large an embroideed efectts;dliimpitimn worli e'" purhsrw assortment of colors, suitable for porch, cottage and age of linen, 500 doyen in [dis 5 c he o Mo us...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 May 1909

REILLY'S BUSY CORNER. Coffees Barrington Hall, 3 flavors, lb 400 Diamond W., lb ...... .. 400 W hite Hoose, lb ............... 40 Wadco, lb ..........................$1 Pheasant Millars, the best cof fee in the city at the price, lb 2510 1or the convenience of parties who have not used Barrington Hall cof fee w' have it put up in 14-lb. tins which we are selling at, each ...100 .AECEIVING DAILY Asparaaus Green Onions Pie Plant Spinach Barbour's Lettuce Radishes THE BUSY CORNER. Phone 98 Scabless Potatoes AND Smutless Grain Both are insured by right use of the right kind of formaldehyde. It costs but about one-half cent a bushel to free seed from the smut germ and there are few places where so small an expenditure will yield so large a profit. Get the reliable grade of FORMALDEHYDE that we carry and you can depend upon satisfactory results. Full di rections for use on each bottle. Special attention given to mail orders. Missoula Drug Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Hammond Block. Mimeouls ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 May 1909

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 May 1909

Announcement NEW HARNOIS THEATER C. A. HARNOIS, Manager Extraordinary Friday, May7 THE ONEIGREAT BIG MUSICAL COMEDY EVENT OF THE SEASON RICHARD CARLE AUTHOR OF, "THE MAYOR OF TOKIO," "THE SPRING CHICKEN," "THE HURDY GURDY GIRL," ETC., ETC. In His Own Management £ Merry of Musical Comedy Charles Marks r h rs f ISEE 13 --SONGS -- 13 The Athletic Girls 4 A The Cow Girls The French Grisettes MD The Parisian Dandies The Modest Models The Shadowgraph Girls and other girls, girls, girls. RICHARD CARLE 50 -- GIRLS -- 50 HEAR "Betsy's the Belle of the Bathers" ( 1 "My Madagascar Maid" LExactly as presented for four months . "I Idolize Ida" in New York and three mnonths in Ch;. 9 "The Modest Little Model" "We're Hollandaise" ca~go, by the only and original company. ý.3>And other big song hits. PRICES 50c to $2.00. THESE ARE FOUR OF THE GIRLS. THERE ARE 46 OTHERS LIKE THEM. SEATS THURSDAY, 9 a. m. Ao R ICHARD CARLE, the distinguish ed author-composer-comedian will make his first appearance ...

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