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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 May 1909

THE WEATHER T HE DA ILY M SFASTUTIME Tomorrow-Fair, 1V. .I, IIA2.I IA 1 ad PIte w IVEadE VOL. XXXVI. N.O. 9. MISSOtTLA, MONTAx-NA, FRIDAY 11.11\JI~l, MAY ItI, 1909. PRICE FV ET iUI"'JL -' - ýý ý s sp.o*ax o t LA, MUAN TAB A, Flu11)AI MJ101 i 1, 1A11 11, 1909. PRICE FIVE CENTS REGISTRATION FOR FLATHEAD HOMESTEAD ENTRIES TO COMMENCE ON JULY 10 AND END ON AUGUST 15 EVENTS OF TODAY TO DECIDE RESULT With Richard Crum Disabled by Sprained Ankle, Receiv ed After Setting New Record in. Mile Run, Helena's Chances for State Championship Are Diminished---Park County Develops as a Possible Contender for Honors and the Individual Prize Is Still in Doubt. With the Helena and Fergus county high schools tied for first place and Park county, a hither to unconsidered proposition, looming darkly as a dangerous possibility, the close of the first day of track events in the sixth annual interscholastic on Ivn tana field brought with it little that tends to show just which school will carry home the cham...

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. — 14 May 1909

lior0e 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. fthoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE bEALER. 116 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. MISSOULA TO PLAY BUTTE TODAY BALL TEAM FROM LOCAL SCHOOL TO MEET SMOKY CITY NINE THIS AFTERNOON. Althoueh the local high school is not a contestant in the meet this year, the people of the city will be given ;a chance to see the athletes of the Missoula institution perform to day, when the local baseball team meets the high school nine from Butte. Negotiations have been under way foi several weeks now, and Princir Downer of the Butte school decide yesterday to accept the terms of the Missoula boys and bring his ten down. Two games have, been arranged, one of which will, be played today at b o'clock, after the meet is over, an the other tomorrow afternoon. Th' local boys have,-been hard at work all spring With their bas...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 May 1909

SIGnAL VICTORY 'WON BY PREMIFR / CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES TO UP HOLD GOVERNMENT'S STAND ON S1'RIKE MATTER. Paris, May 13.-' A turbulent session of the chamber of deputies today end ed In another signal victory for Pre rnler Clemenceau, when the govern ment's policy with regard.to the postal strike was emphatically indorsed by a vote of 454 to 59,` including also the government's insistence that the postal employes and other functionaries have no right to strike. Immediately afterward the chamber passed a vote of general confidence in the government, 365 to 159. The strikers received the chamber's rebuke with a shrug of the shoulders, declaring it only served to hind closer their forces, which would soon startle the country by a big Increase and a rapid extension of the 'eneral move ment. On the other hand, it is inti mated that the government has other plans in view to offset any serious growth of the strike. Up to midnight there was no change in the situation. If anything, it was in the...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 May 1909

$ LEJAN ie6 Svery kay 'inft the 'Year. '"' QI tIIAN PUBLISHtIING Co. and West .Main Street, Mis ý: soul p, ýMontatta. ntered at the postatoice at Missoula, ' atana, as second-class mail'natter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (In Advance) P(dly, one month................$0.71i 1ay, three months......... .... 2.25 %y, six months................................ 4.00 Fly, one year....... ....... . 8.00 Weekly, one year.....:................... 1.50 rootage addedi for -foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Business Of fees 1.Q. Elttoi'tal Rooms SUBSC'RIBERS' PAPERS The Missoulla is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub snribers are requested to report faulty delivery at once. In ordering paper changed to new, address please give p111 address also. Money orders and checks should be made payable to The Missoulian Publishing Qompany. FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1909. re A GOOD SUGGESTION. Coming from the members of the state medical association yesterday, the stiggestion that the University of Mon-...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 May 1909

UO[SfOOOF O[A{ INYOLYED TIME OF A MAN'S LEGAL DEATH INVOLVES IN A COURT PROCEEDING. Spokae, May 13.-Whether August Snyder, declared legally dead by the supreme court of Washington, died, In contemplation of law, at the beginning or the end of seven years, is a point which a jury' in the Spokane. county superior court will be called upon to decide in the suit by his widow, Tena' Butler, dtivorey and remarried, against the Independent Order of Foresters, to recover $1,000 on an in surance policy, upon which she baid premiums for three years. If the jur ors decide, thpat Snyder was dead, at the beginning of seven years Mrs. But ler will be -entitled to recover. If they say he died at the end of that period she cannot recover because of non-payment. of premiums the last four yeurs. ,The cise has been heard three times in the superior court here and has been -. '-.] thrice to the supreme court. Judge William A. Huneke, be fore whom the original suit came fot trial, decided the court had ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 May 1909

SIS ~ ESS Every Ladies' Suit in the House. Marked to Sell Quickly Values Unsurpassed E, very suit marked x:: { inl llTit~ii'figures. :A, N itiively ti htomn: fido heiduetion on cv cry ladies' suit. We do not charge fur alterations. Read this list care fully. 18.75 for suits old np to $25.00 `23.50 for suets '11 sollup to $28.50 $26.50 for suits 1sold up to "$30.00 GET ONE TODAY Jaunty Summer Sailors bailors with 1ihant. dis tinctiveness that impresses you at first glance as being Different. All shades in the 'very best grades are shown here, at prices to f 7 suit all. It will pay you to see l"" . them before making your selection. See Them on the Balcony Hair Switches, Puffs and Rolls \t1 10 Io a cnqiulitte lnin of Hu-i *11.75 up. Ans i full lInt of 1'till intl 11 lls. 1 We Match Your Hair Perfectly in Switches , and Puffs ,l GET OUR PRICES. AMERICAN LADY CORSETS StiLl IlEIW ONLY UP TO $10.00 THE MARTIN CO. HiROi N[WS ITEMS Special Corespondence. Heron, May 13.-Miss Laffay, the prfl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 May 1909

MAIRIT MOYEMEANS OF1HERAY TRANSACTIONS IN SECURITiES RECORDED ON THE ..NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE. Ngw York, May 13.--The largest part of the transactions in stocks today was made in a handful.or selected se curities. Many rumors were In circulation, but none was confirmed. The anthra cite group among the railroads was the subject of these rumors. The favorite story was that the coal min thg properties would be. separlitee from the railroads and in some way distributed to the railroad stockhold ers. While this action was supposed to be in consequence of the supreme court decision on the commodities clause, that decision, in fact, exempted the roads from the obligation to part with their coal properties and cauised excited advances in the prices of these stocks because of the supposed ad vantages to the companies of this privilege. The assertion that an increase of the Delaware & Hudson division was ini nent was met with the explanation that this company declares a full year's divid...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 May 1909

ýý ,. w ý1ýýr O `ý V + 4 ý ` .A $fYEN 1EN -INNINIG BAITLE AT CHICAGO bARKNESS ENDS REMARKABLE GAME BETWEEN WHITE 8OX AND SENATORS. STANDING OF CLUBS. American League. Clubs- Won. Lost. Pet. lttolf .............16 61 ,727 Ioston ...... ...... 13 8 .619 14ew York ............... 13 10 .545 Philadelphia ............ 10 9 .526 ChIcago ................. 11 11 .500 cleveland ................ 9 13 .409 ft. Louis .......... 6 13 .316 Washington ............ 6 13 .316 National League. Clubs- Won. Lost. Pet. Pittebk rg ............... 15 8 .652 ThIailelphia ............ 11 9 .550 Chiec o .................... 1i 10 524 .o.t. ...................... 11 10 .524 oopslyn ................ 10 11 476 Ojhoin ti ................. 12 14 462 New York ...a.......... 9 16 385 ft .ongs ............. 10 16 .385 Seventeen innigs. 'The most rematkable game played $s the major leagues this season was lied a draw yesterday at Chicago itter the Chicago and Washington .3nerioan league teams had battled for long' In...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 May 1909

Daily Puzzle J" r .IRONY OF FATE. The boy in the country labors on, The man in the city plods his way, And bears In his breast from dawn to Worn out by the rush from day to dawn day, The fervent hope that he yet may be And sighs, that he no more can be A man in the-city, rich and free. A boy In the country, glad and free. Find a city chap. Answer to yesterday's Puzzle-Lower left corner down, in chair. One of today's little ads Q may hold the germ of O O good fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: N. H. P.-Four S. S.-One H. X. E.-Two J. One M C. K.-One FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE FOUR-ROCM FURNISHED COT* tage. Particulars at 826 Wolf ave. BUILDING LOTS IN ALL PARTS OF the city. Hoverson, 333 North lig gins avenue. FINE FIVE-ACRE TRACT, ONLY $1,050; terms. Hoverson, 333 North Higgins avenue. SIX i{OOM.~ HOUSEi. FLOi1R1N 10o sale; block from court house. Call telephone 314 red. NEW SIX-ROOM MODERN BRICK, on 60-foot corner lot, with ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 May 1909

BU.SY CORNER. Fruit Pineapples, each ............... Grape Truit, Florldas, each....... IO0 Bananas. Oranges. Dollar Berries -*0- Vegetables Asparagus New Turnips Green Peas. Bermuda Onions Green Onions Cucumbers. Radishes . Parsley Pie Plant California Cabbage THE BUSY CORNER. Phon~e ib 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 t.9 pay much for it if you get it here. The Everready Safety, com plete ..............................................$ 1.0 0 The Gillette Safety, com plete ..............................................$ 5 .0 0 The new pocket Gillette is now in stock; it's a winger; call and let us show you. Our stock of old style razors is complete; every one guaranteed. Mt~souIa Drug Co. W IOLEB.AE AND RETAIL. Higgins Ave. and Front St. Let U...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 15 May 1909

THE WEATHER m-- TTHE 1AIL .y Tou iaMISSOUALIAN VOL. XXXVI. NO. 10. MISSOIJLA, MONTANA, SATURDAY HORNING, ]MAY I, 1909. PCE FNT BUTTE TRACK TEAM WINS ANNUAL INTERSCHOLASTIC; PARK COUNTY FURNISHES INDIVIDUAL CHAMPION CLARENCE BICKFORD LANDS COVETED INDIVIDUAL CUP Young Athlete From Living ston Takes- More Points Than Any Other Enfrant in University Classic--Leon Davis Breaks Record for Hammer Throw--The Fair Weather Brings Out Larg est Crowd of Week. Butte first, with 37 points. Park county second, with 22 points. Flathead third, with 14 points. Fergus fourth, with 12 points. Great Falls fifth, with 11 points. Helena sixth, with 10 points. Gallatin seventh,, with 9 points. Forsyth eighth, with G points. Jefferson ninth, with 3 points. Beaverhead tenth, with I point. Custer tenth, with 1 point. Granite tenth, with 1 point. With a margin of 15 points over its nearest opponent, Park county, the Butte track team romped away with the interscholastic championship for 1909 on Montana field y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 15 May 1909

IN# $4$ Think Look Act and when you do it will mean dollars in your pocket. $100 Lots Twelve beautiful lots for $1,200, close in, in Union ad dition, that will make you 50 per cent in 12 months, $100 Lots Eight beautiful lots in Daly addition, on Seventh street; city water. These will also make you 50 per cent in less than one year. A Splendid Modern Home on South Flthh Street A splendid modern five-room home, close in, on. South Fifth street west; new, well built; 50x130 lot, cement walks, fine location; price `2,925, on terms of $1,000 cash; nothing like this for .any such money on South Fifth street. t Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avmn e. Phone 572 IjAMMOND BLOCK. YPOS AND FRIENDS WILLDANCE MISSOULA TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION NO. 277 WILL GIVE GRAND BALL JUNE 22. Missoula Typographical union No. 217 will this year send a. representative to the annual convention of the Inter national. Typographical union, which will be held at St. Joseph, Mo., from ugriut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 15 May 1909

1A~ ~j~~1~U iI. IL, 111.1 Xl 'w1ý.\i \(., 11,: le 113.( 7- ^ - , Womens Union Note! Men'S " Suits Don't forget to bring your 11,7 Nemio week ends today. lhat't Overal Women's high grade gir)pn suits, spring fail to see' M8i1alla' -aig, the t0o o n l y , e x c ell e n t v al u e ' 7 5 e h e r e t o d a y . R e a d a d b e l o w , s e t e x p e i t . g n n o v ea ll s only .... ....................................w ith blbr", spep cial . ..... tit Some Strong Inducements to You tDo Your Trading at Schlossberg's Store Today Prettily Trimmed Hats $4.75 Great Reductions onof 11EL1M V a r Men ot Vigor and ""Eredon YOU EVER SAlo New Spring Suits Nvoit e oful hyoun M en t e qualft exquisite hatts that this store is of~fetrilw todav for $4.)5; beautifully triiied $35 Suits Cut to $24.75 find clothes-the right kind-of gPeat, value, hats in the widest variety of styles for in the attainumeut of their ends. Therc is uo spring and swliuier wear; 1111uIalls and These are thl new jitinp 0 ii11 lIt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 15 May 1909

+? L i% JUAN tah IR e~r Day in the Year. ýºiits L a" Pets111N )sco. 1;8and 11 1 ýWet Mt n Street, MVis* Moulat atana te e O at te ostfoffle at Missoula, htaitg;a l econd-class mail matter. tUBSCRIPTIO1N RATES (In Adiance) Tally, osne ondnth . ........0.75 Mty, three months .......... 2.25 y, six months ....... . 4.00 , one a Y . ..: . 8.00. W k) , ont year. - ........ 1.50 Pt tage added for foreign countries. TELEPkONE NUMBER Bti*ness Office 110 Editorial Rooms 8UJB$QRMbERS' PAPERS *he Missoudian is anxious to give the best cartier service; therefore sub scAibers are requested to report faulty delivery at once. In ordering paper chthged to pew address please give old address also, Money orders and chcks should be niado payable to T*e Missoullan . ublishing Company. SATUSI AY, MAY 15, 1909. BUTTE'S YEAR. was Butte's year at the Inter schblastic -meet. The wise ones had i .doped that Helena Would have t plce, but the unfortunate accident to the star member of the team from the Lapital...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 15 May 1909

SPEAKER OF THE LOWER HOUSE DEFIES OLD AGE THEORY OF PHY-IIAN,. Washington, May 14.-Speaker Can ,pon is not a bit afraid of Dr. Osler and his old age theory. Hle told Dr. Osio s9r today during an address be fore tl National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis. "Dr. Osier, I have reached the age of 73, abd I. shake my fist. in your face," he said.: Dr. Osier laughed heartily at this defi of his old age theory. The speaker harked back to the days of his childhood, when bAth tubs were almost unheard of, and when the snow Would sift in.and cover those lying in bed. "We had plenty of fresh air then on the Wabash and everywhere on the frontier before the railroads," he said. Mr. 'Cannon favored more play grounds for children, but urged that the legislator be dealt with gently if he did 1ot do everything wanted of him. Dr. Osier in his address said tuber 'ulodis' 'no longer was a problem of, the doitors, and that it probably would take two or three generations to e dare...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 15 May 1909

UITS for LES Every Ladies' Suit In the House Narked to Sell Quckkly Values Unsurpassed lilvery suit marked in plain figurd . Positively 4L oul fide reductioii on ev ery ladies' suit. Wei do not charge for alterations. fA~ this list care ~1875 for suits iold up to $20.00 *23.50 for suits sold up to $28.50 p`26.50 for suits old. up to $30.00 GST NE TODAY Jaunty ailors t ?^ vi tL t dig. tinctivaliess that impresses you athfil nee ei different. All 81 ades in the very. best gvadý aire shown here, at prices to suit all. It will pay you to -see them before making .your I seleotioi- k> Erom i54up See ,Them on the oCony flair Switches, Puffs and Rolls We spaow a complete line of Hu mlan Halr is and 415ow Lull size anid tull welghst bwitches from p.75 up. SAlso a tull line of Purfs, and Rolls. We Match Your Hair PerfectJ~ in switches A GEFOtUR' PRICES. AMERICAN LAD)Y CORSETS SOLl) 11EME ONLY UP TO $10.00 THE MARTIN CO. RUSSIAN ROBIN HOOD KILLED BY SOLDIERS Mohilev, Russfa, May 14.-The not...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 15 May 1909

1,000 Yards dotted Swisses D n- of Delight TI Women Who Revel (na.l. lu et s l~ ltt ti fm , ho Revel H aaandsome Auto tctr . .- ...For we have selected Every scarf is a good yard and a hall 1on{? S ye number of patterns Smysany to show tode at very ide and of good grsade sihp e ;d ab draperies offered in today's sales are spotlessly is the second and most important suit sale you will likely be offered this season. There e more than very useful for out ings, pic l in g ai ndgen ean and of the first quality material; suit- 75 suits and dresses involved in the sale and every woman who is quality-wise will know that these are eral outdoor wear; serviceable for evenitg able for sash curtains for the bedroom, dining- the most astounding values ever offered in Missoula at a time when the season can hardly be said to wraps, plain colors; special at... . 5 room anlt vast other uses; none better; a en- have begun., Come early mnd choose while the choosing is best. Persian and Dresden designs,...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 15 May 1909

'1" VUIi 1) 11 1 :11 0! " Y ::sq n ^c Xný.rJ.1- ýtA PIý[PB1A AKES S PIftMris ti6M A YQ1 I R 9 BESTS PHILLIPE-CUBS g SLAUGHTER RAYMOND-ST, LOUIS ON TQBOGGAJN. p STANDING OF THE CLUBS. National "L ague. C7lub- Won. Lost. Pet. S .... ........... 15 l 9 .625 T iadelphia ...:.:... 2 9 .571 P : 12 10 .t45 Astn ...:....:...:: 1 11 . .500 d 3r2ooklyn ................. 11 11 .500 hikiciina .. 1 1 4 .481 Now York .:............ 9 12 .419 St. Lou 10 37 .170 S I' American League. Club- Won. Jost. Pet a Tc18 rnit. ................. ... 16 6 27E 3 stopr .....:.:............. 13 #i .619 New Sp t ... ............ 12 9 .571 21addtl iia.. ... 10 9 .520 tiIi ago .. ...11 11 .500 C e eli ..:............... 9 13 .400 A -? !t Lo is" .............. 7 14 .333 NAT;OIA'4A LE AQUE. Pirates '1abniced. s: it delphia, May 14>-littsburg' was 4ut out, 2 to 0,. today in a pitchars' ý le between Sparks and Phlillpe. re bt n pr H. E. iiah .... ... 2 4 0 hi~g .. ... 0 4 1 B$tteries- Sa-ks and Jacklitsel; bitile ioa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 15 May 1909

Daily_Puzzle / /1 A JAW-BREAKER. "If we tried to say your name in full, We're afraid that it would shame us; What shall we monkeys call you, sir, Hippo, Pokte or Tamus? Find another mo0k. Answer to Yesterdax's Puzzle-Left skae down; boy's. arm is chap's nose. 0 a -fowh f wOne of today's little ads may hold the germ of Hipooo Prte. oorr mou. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remail In this office as follows: N: H. P.-Four S. 0.-One H. X. E.-Two J. One M C. K.-One FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROC1 FURNISHED COT-; tage. Particulars at 826 Wulf ave. BUILDING LOTS IN ALL PARTS OF the city. Hoverson, 333 North RIg giis avenue. FINE FIVE-ACRE TRACT, ONLY $1,050; terms. Hoverson, 333 North Higgins avenue. SIX-ROOM -HOUSE, MODERN, FOR sale? -5trek' ftWd& d6itt' houMe. 'CalI telephone 314 red. NEW SIX-ROOM MODERN 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. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 15 May 1909

l's ~liar Berries ;A' aragun New Tuninps *en peaq, liermuda Onions + ~en ,Onions Cucumbers. Briehe t arslay .,?Plant ('4Ufornia Cabbage w ii Ak~.u!v CORER. Phonel N .Faces m&ay easily be tets 4i1 if `our lien ' o nf Almond Lotionh is npplieJ beoead atrepsetosuit' h i usep on the mnostdeli= ske iins wIthout injury. It. keeps. t'skin clear, ot ~id smooth and aaihfises of oot-, ..b orbad" d.i~ re not greasy or, sti~ky, h~oer flij~los Ave and lron',;qt. LAtsgre f~ 'o:. yV o u r 4e'corating 'We axe in QUh' Jf' store and'i pretty well 'settled. We bR hetiiat f'ur,0l tti itg, alkro~uns .-in the *iortliwest and 'our stock Is. in kceeping with the toe,1 We will be. glad to l1sve you call and see how ~ve a4!e situatted. You will he beeed, 'we aro'su1e. *LU Iaer& Sons @OANtR HQ04INS AVENUE AND CObiplete Uouse anld c fflce F~urn * iaJhings. ELONIAL PARLORS Fqrmerly Heward-BpL. DF ICiOUS ICE CREAM, SUN. 8, QDASi PHOS~PHATES. e$n -Tn4de Candies. Te'a. Choco lat$. and $o4Uilof, lee Oteani ...

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