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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 May 1909

THEWATHERiASsTM NC)HE THE D)AILY MISSOULIAN _ Toro-Cloudy ms Is made b h ln 4I VOL. XXXVI. NO. T. 311IROULA, MI XTANA, WEI)NESAY' lOOhNING, 'IA\ 12, 1909. (PRICEF STRIKE STARTS, IN FREN CH CAPITAL PARLIAMENT FAILS TO ACT AND RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS WALK OUT IN BODY. SITUATION THREATENING Six Thousand Postal Employes Hold Excited Meeting and Vote to Tie Ulp the Mail Service of Paris and All France if Possible - Preparations Under Way for a Bitter Siege. Paris, May 11.-The chamber of deputies, after a stormy session of four hours today, adjourned the de hate on the Interpellations on the pos tal situation until May 13. The re sponse of the postal employes was quick and decisive. Within half an hour the federal committee had issued an order for a strike and the railway mail clerks walked out in a hbody. An hour later a meeting of 6,00t postal employes took up the bttle andl unanlmously voted to strike. No great enthusiasm was shown u fiat a determination to force the hand of the government...

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. — 12 May 1909

Corner On easy terms, only two blocks from north side school, on city water mains, 'in a good loca tion, for $250, which is $100 less than lots in this locality are selling for. East Front Street 70x175, only three blocks from First Na tional bank; a good 7 room brick house; the lot alone is a snap at the price asked. This is a swell investment; price, only $4,500. as. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 672 HAMMOND BLOCK. STUDENTS CELEBRATE ARBOR_ AY EXERCISES AT UNIVERSITY OF t `MONTANA ARE-CARRIED OUT SUCCESSFULLY. Arbor day was celebrated in a fitting manner by the university students yesterday morning. The program be gan at 10:30 and the last tree was not planted until 12 o'clock, the whole t program being in the hands of the four classes. After assembling in Convocation :hall,* the class organizations under the leadership of their presidents, marched to the iputheast corner of the campus, where it is the purpose to es tablish the grove which ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 May 1909

CHAPLAIN RANDOLPH SIGNALLY HONORED Mimister on Duty With Sixth Infantry at Fort Missoula Is Promoted to the Rank of Major-The Highest ' Rank Conferrable: Chaplain John A. Randolph, Sixth infantry, stationed at Fort Missoula, has been sig nally honored by being ad vanced to the rank of major -the highest rank conferrable upon a chaplain in the serv ice of the United States. This honor, of which Mr. Ran dolph has just received word, comes in recognition pf his services as a chaplain with both volunteer and regular army troops beginning with the outbreak of the Spanish American war and lasting to the present time. The chap lain now enjoys the distinc tion of being one of the very -few major chaplains in the United States army, and in addition has a record as a military minister that is re markable in many ways. He is the first minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church South to receive an appoint ment as chaplain in the regu lar army, aand In addition is the man who first translated th...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 May 1909

IsAbbeshtxEvt+ y Ay In the Yegar. r M1SSOl ~AN PUBLIUSHXIG .CO. 2Its itd a18 West Main; Street, Mis soula, Montana. lEntered at the postfofice at Missoula, Montana, as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Id Advance) DJaiiy, one month ...... ......$0.75 Daily, three months............ .25 Daily, six months................ 4.00 ThI1iy, one year..:...... .... 8.01) Weekly, one yegtr....... .... ... 1.50 Postage added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Business Office 110 Editorial Rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoullan is anxious to give the best odrrier service; therefore sub scribers are reauested to report faulty dehiiery at once. In ordering paper chaniged to new address please give old address also. Money orders and checks should be made payable to The' tissoeilan Publishing Company. WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1909. BROTHERS AGAIN. The obliteration of the line which for i generation separated the north and the south has been pretty well ac complished; each year finds the ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 May 1909

LIYING~SOl CHOSEN BYORDER KNIGHTS OF. COLUMBUS DECIDE TO MEET IN WINDY CITY NEXT YEAR. Special to The Daily Missoulian. Butte, May. 11.--Livingston will en tertain the Knights of Columbus an other year, and the meeting will be held during the second week of May, 1910. There was practically no oppo sition to. the windy town for the* honor. There were about 40 delegates in attendapce, representing all parts of the state. The most important matter up for "cori1sideration was a resolution calling upon: all of the councils in Montana to raise their pro rata for the $500,000 endowmerit fund for the pur pose of faunding, a Catholic institute of learning at Washington, D. C. Tonight thel delegates were enter tained at a banquet, at which John R. Coleman was toastmaster; 'and at which repri~senitatives from xavery councl: in the state responded <to toasts. Later there Was a ladies'. so cial at Elks' hall, where there was dancing until 1 o'clock in the morning. The new officers are: Joseph...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 May 1909

WG BARGAIN EVENT IN MEN'S WEAR 2-Day Sale Shirts 39c Z4ay Sale Pants $2.95 We6 are closing out several.. Mgn's extra fine quality wor lots of men's good quality sted dress pants; goodly as negligee shirts, all light col- sortmept of da *k patterns; ors, with attached and sep- every 'pair guaranteed per agate cuffs; this is an extra feet; regular .$4. 0 values for g ood bargain; usual 75c and 2Z.85 1 values ........................ Men's Silk Neck'r 25c Bi Suspender Sale 19c 25 dozen pure silk four Fifteen" dozen good heavy hand ties-au assortment of and lnedhtni-weight web sus- excellent colors in prettiest panders, the regular 35c kind, patterns; the best values you for ..................... 19 ever saw for the money; S0c Melt's 'pcon Socks l0c values on sale f r............25 I rsQto ok o Cordure Paints $3"75 1i{e q alty Maco socks, fast y black, stainless, and tan col- Mediuam and extra heavy ors; a regular 20c sock, and weight corduroy pants, peg every plitr perfectly made; top ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 May 1909

PLAN TO INSTRUCT MARINES MEMBERS OF CORPS WILL BE GIVEN LESSONS IN HAN DLING RIFLE. Washington, D. C., May 11.-Unusual arrangements have been perfected for instructing the 10,000 members of the United States marine corps in the art of handling the new Springfield rifle, which is now the standing mil itary arm of the United States. It is safe to say that when the work now in progress is finally completed the marine corps will rank with the best shooting organizations in the world, and, will probably have more expert shots in proportion to its num bers than any other corps in the world. A camp of instruction has been established on the New Jersey range at Sea Girt, which was placed at the disposal of the marine corps through the courtesy of General Bird W. Spencer, inspector of rifle practice of that state. Captain William C. Harilee, U. S. M. C., will be in charge of the camp, assisted by the following marine corps officers; Captain D. C. McDougal and First Lieutenants C. B. Matthews...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 May 1909

_. _...ý f: .. ,. >ý +º ý ý ., .ý. 1ThO1SAH1 OF FANS AITEIO FLAI AMSIMC DETROIT TIGERS HOIST EMBLEM OF VICTORY AND WALLOP HIGHLANDERS. STANDING OF THE CLUBS American League. Club- Won. Lost. Pet, Detroit ............516 5 .750 New York .....11 .579 Boston ....... ......11 .579 Chicao ...........11 10 .524 Philadelphia. 9 9 .5(10 Cleveland .......... 9 11 .499 Slt Louis ........... 6 13 .316 Wasshington . 5 13 .173 National League. Club- won. Lost. Pet, Pittsburg ..............:14 7 .667 Chicago ................18 10 .50; Philadelphia ............10 9 .556 Bo fton ....................... 9 10 .474 Brooklyn ................. 9 10 .474 Cincinnati ............. .11 13 .458 New York ....6..... 8 10 .444 St. Louis ............9 15 .375 At Detroit t.pepday, for the first time in 72 libut'; Old Sol came out of retirement, aid the thousands of fans Who had planned to attend the raising by the Tigers of the American league championship pennant had a perfect day. As a part of the deal for t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 May 1909

Daily Puzzle l 11 Ii LI A RECIPE FOR SUNSHINE. Beautiful, bountiful sunshine of spring, Shedding its glory on everything! tiun of prosperity always rises Over the merchant who advertises. Find a merchant. Answer to Yesterday's Puzzle-Left side clown, under lantern. 'I Q One of today's little ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you. 4A. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: A. 48-Five S. S.-One N. H. P.- Four H. 10-One E.-Two H.-One M. C. K.-One M.-One X. Y.-One FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE FOTIR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 826 Wolf ave BUILDING LOTS IN ALL PARTS OF the city. Hloverson, 333 North H1ig gins avenue. FINE FIVE-ACRE TRACT, ONLY $1,050; terms. H-toverson, 333 North Higgins avenue. NEW FOUR-ROOM MODERN COT tage on Plymouth street. Phone 439 red, or see J. F. Harrington. NEW SIX-ROOM MODERN BRICK, on 60-foot corner lot, with large barn, near higl' school. 1248 Blaine. FOR SALE-FOUR-ROOM PLAS tered house, five blocks wes...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 May 1909

1.t C. ORNER. FLOUR The consumer is aware of the fact that flour has advanced in price as they are bearing the burden by pay itig the advance. We purchased before the raise ton carloads (300,000 lbs.) of ceretana Flour Which we continue to sell at $1.90 PER SACK. .We guarithtee this Flour. Bny a sack, try a baking, If not satisfac tory, your money back in full. THE BUSY CORNER. Phone 98 To Shave With Thear i 'nothing which can make shaving more comfortable or ex peditious that we cannot supply. Safety and old-style razors, strops, hones, mugs, soaps, brushes, sponges, lotions, creams, bay rum, witch hazel, etc. A good shaving outfit pays and you do not have to pay much for it if you get it here. The Everready Safety, com pl te .............. .. ......... .............. $ 1.00 'The Gillette Safety, com plete..............................................$5.00 The new pocket Gillette is now In stock; it's a winner; call and let us show you. Our stock of old style razors is complete; ev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 May 1909

THE WEATHER T DAILY I SSOULIANME Toda y--Warner. F.OYI IV TL .omorro w- Far . . 3 . U Its work. Try It VOL.. XXXVI NO. S. MISSOULA, MONTANA, TIIITI.T)AY MOIN1N(1 MAY 12. 19,09. PRICE FIVE CENTS EVERYTHING IS IN READINESS FOR FIRST "BIG" DAY OF THE SIXTH ANNUAL INTERSCHOLASTICTRACK MEET PUGET SOUND HAS NOVEL SCHEME RAILROAD )COMPANY WILL ES TABLISH EXPERIMENTAL FARMS ALONG LINE. MONTANA TO HAVE SOME Stations Where the Art and Science of Cultivating the Soil Will Be Demon strated Are to Be Established in the Treasure State, Idaho and Washing ton-Educational Project. Special to the Daily Missoullan. Spokane, May 12.-Announcement is made by officials of the Chicago, Mil waukee & Puget Sound railroad that six experimental farms are to be es tablished in Montana and Idaho and a similar number in Washington, In the best agricultural districts of these states, for the purpose of demonstrat ing to homleseekers and prospective settlers the value and advantages of land along the route of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 May 1909

Home Cheap A new modern 4-room house on Edith street; cement foundation and cellar; electric lights; porcelain bath, furni ture;,price only $2,000; terms can be arranged. Jas. M. Rhoades REAl ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. LOCAL BREVITIES Who's Moffitt? Call up 655 for Ed's hack. Judge Foley of Helena was a viel tor in the city yesterday. Smoke Wm. Hooper cigars. See J. E. Power for soda water. Drink John Gund's's Peerless beer. Sidney Burrell of Choteau is the guest of Milton Mason at his home on Sixth street. Missoula Ice Co. Phone 310 black. James M. Rhoades, fire insurance. Marsh, the undertaker, phone 321. Billiards and pool. 107 East Front. Dr. Mary Atwater of Helena is be ing entertained by Mrs. W. W. . Berry at her home in South Missoula. F. P. Keith, insurance. Florence hotel. Public stenographer. Dawson, 5 Dixon. C. Ferguson,linsurance, real estate. Dr, Willard, osteopath, 1st Nat. Bank. hisses Elsie Miner and Bess Bickelt of Hele...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 May 1909

OF TIE 1AY TRANSACTIONS IN SECURITIES RECORDED ON THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE. New York, May 12.-There were sen 'sational features in today's market, but the failure of the general market to respond to the extraordinary movements in ppecial stocks was its most remarkable feature. Spasmodic starts in one stockl and another de veloped in succession, but in the in tervals the market laglsed into dull ness and apathy. The effect was to suggest an artil ficial character to the market which ,-caused some suspicion and distrupt. Reading was the central figure in the day's dealing, and its fluctuations were violent and frequent in its flights to new record levels, with the. exception of its rise to 164 in Janu ary, 1906. The high-priced coalers r showed close sympathy, with the Reading movement and rumors were abroad that some important develop ments affecting the interests of stock holders was near at hand. Allusions were circulated of a con ference of counsel of the companies and of the c...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 May 1909

S sUSCRIPTION , JlATES ' (In Advace).. ' aily, one'month .... .... .....:............ $075 f lay, three mon bs......... v ... 2.25 s.t tIc, sil months.....,s .............. 4.00 ;: i ~ , one ye . .............. 8.00 . ekly, one year. ::: ..... .. ...... 1..0o Poatago otaddedifr ,titlelgni countrie. TELEPIN" "N-UMBER Business OTfflco E dito.liLa Roornms slUBSCRISB E * PAPERS8 The Misrdulian:i. i nxious to give Sthe best carrier service; therefore sub saribers are rdqueited to report faulty delivery at once ,:'tn, drdering paper changed to new $9d~'ess please give Old address also,. Money orders and Checks should bo'made payable to The Missoulitn Publishing Company. THURSDAY, sIAYY 13, 1909. TH :MEET. The debate aiid tle declanmatory con test have opened.the interscholastlc meet in excellent sftiepe; today, on Montana field, will be held the first ot the athletic contests in which the in terest always centers each year. The meet of 1909 promises to be even more brilliant than those wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 May 1909

-Pilcture .Sale TODAY Of 700 beautiful pictures, reprints of works of fanmous masters, reproduced in all the colors and technique of the original paintings-24 different subjects. These pictures anre full 15x19 inches, mounted on em blossed. nats 22x28 inches, ready for framing, or can be used just as they are. Every pit'ture a work of art, suitable for any lhone, and if bought in an art store would cost ten times the sale price- ONLY 15 CENTS MiSSOULA MERCANTILE COMPANY Crockery Department POLICE COMMISSION IS NAMED MAYOR NEVIN, OF BUTTE, AP POINTS MEN tO CONTROL THE DEPARTMENT. Special to The Daily' Missoulian. Bptte, May 12.-Mayor Charles P. Nevin again disaldintnd many peo pie by not namiDng the heads of sev eral departmeints in his administra tion, although he did- nominate his police commission, city physician and city clerk. All weie confirmed by the unanimoup vote of . the council. The most important fight is yet to come, and will be over "he naming of the city attorney, ther...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 May 1909

Sror LESS Every Ladies' Sult in the House Marked to Sell Quickly Values Unsurpassed Every suit marked h .1 'h. l figures. Positively a bona tide' reduction on ev, ery ladies' suit. We do not charge for alterations, Read this list care fully. S$18.75 for suits sold up to $25.00 ,$3;50 for suits sold up to $28.50 $26.50 for suits sold up to $30.00 GET ON TOPAY. Jaunty Summer I ailors Sailors with that dis tinctiveness that impresses o you` t firt glance as being flitffeft. '~1ll ghadbs ini' the very best grades are. shown here, at prices to suit-allU. It wilpl ay you to see ' them before making your selectiia . -* "From $1.50 up See Them on the Balcony Hair Switches, I, Puffs and Rolls W\r C show a complete line of Hu 1an Hair goods I nd i ho\ full size iand full n eight swaitchd u from |1.7.5 up. Also a full line of Puffs and Rolls. 1We Match Your Hair ' Perfectly in Switches and Puffs 1 GET OUR PRICES. .AMERICAN LADY CORSETS SOL1) ]IERE ONLY VUP TO $10.00 THE MARTIN CO. i1R'IlYFOUU ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 May 1909

PRESS- ASSCIATION IS fORMED EDITORS' OF NORTHWESTERN PAPERS ORGANIZE AT SPO KANE, WASHINGTON. Spokano, MTir, 12.-The Inland Em piro Press association, composed of editors and publishers of daily and weekly nlewspapers and class pub lications in eastern Washington and Oregon, northern Idah,o west .urn Mon'tana and. southeasfern Iritish C6iurhbir was formally or ganized in, the.assembly room of the Spokane chambier of comimerce, May ., with these exeoutive, offieers: President, Eugene Lorton. The, Bui letin, Walla Walla, Wash. Vice presidents--For Washington, W. D. Smith, The Journal.Herald, Ritz ville; for Idaho, J. C. Peterson,, En terprise, Deary; for Oregon, E. D. Aldrich, Eastern Oregonian, Pendle ton; for Montana, J. S. Conkey, Ra valli Republican, Hamilton; for British Columbia, T. A. Lore, The Pioneer, Phoenix; Secretary, Arthur Hooker, The Chionicle, Spokane. Treasurer, C. A. Foresman, The Teller, Leuliston, Idaho. Governing board-For Washington, Scott Z. Henderson, The Repor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 May 1909

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Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 May 1909

Daily Puzzle S"P JUST TO SHOW IT. She smiles and laughs the livelong ',ay, But do not think she's simple; She laughs at anything you say. Because she has a dimple. At whom is she looking? Answer to yesterday's puzzle-Upper left corner down, in crowd, SA AOne of today's Iittle ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this offibe as follows: A. 48-Five S. S.-One N. H. P.--Four H. 10-One E.--Two H.--One M. C. K.-One M.-One X. Y.--One FOR SALE-CITy REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. BUILDING LOTS IN ALL PARTS OF the city. Hoverson, 333 North Hig gins avenue.. FINE FIVE-ACRE TRACT, ONLY $1,050: terms. Hoverson, 333 North Higgins avenue. VV W SIX-ROOkM .AQURLS BRICK, on 60-foot corner lot, with large barn, near high school. 1248 Blaine. FOR SALE-FOUR-ROOM PLAS tered' house, -five blocks west on Spruce street, '$1,450; terms. Hov erson, 333 North Higgins avenue. F'OR SALE-NEW ."IGHT-ROOM house ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 May 1909

K S rLOUR The consumer is aware of the fact that flour has advanced in price as tlhey are bearing the burden by pay ing the :advance. We purchased before the raise ten carloads (300.000 lbs.) of Ceretana Flour Which. `we continue to sell at $1.90 PER SACK. We guarantee this Flour. Buy a sack, try a baking, if not satlsfac tory, your money back in full. THE BUSY CORNER. Phone S9 To Shave With There is nothing which can make shaving more comfortable or ex peditious that we cannot supply. Safety and old-style razors, strops, hones, mugs, soaps, brushes, sponges, lotions, creams, bay rum, witch hazel, etc. A good shaving outfit pays and you do not have to pay much for it if you get it here. The Everready Safety, com plete ..............................................$1.00 The Gillette Safety, com plete ...........................................$5.00 The new pocket Gillette is now in stock; It's a winner; call and let us show you. Our stock of old style razors is oompleteA every one gu...

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