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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 16 May 1909

THE WEATHER `H I)ATTY FISRST IAN Todaw-Fair. oYFor 1 ) gt VOL. XXXVI. NO. 11. MISSOULA, MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 1u, 1909. PRICE IV ET FIRE -AT RENO CAUSES BIG 'LOSS SUPPOSED INCENDIARY BLAZE DESTAOYS PROPERTY VAL U ED AT $40,000. IHR[E PERSONS INJURED Manning Building, One of Nevada City's Largest Business Blocks, Is Completely Consumed, and Chief Thinks Firebug Started Blaze-Resi dence Fire Injures Three People. Reno, Nev., May 15.-Fire, entailing a loss of $40,000, today almost com pletely destroyed the Manning build ing, one of Reno's biggest business structures. For a time several other buildings In the near vicinity were threatened and it was only through heroic work of volunteers who assisted the regular fire department that the one building alone was burned. As a result of the conflagration, which lasted more than faux hours, sensational developments are expected. A fire was discovered in the basement of the building two hours before the last alarm was turned In. Mattres...

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. — 16 May 1909

For Rent A new 37-room hotel, close in on the south side. This house is well arranged; six bath rooms, steam-heated, electric lights, full basement, 80x37, nine-foot ceilings; this is avithout doubt the best propo pition ever offered in Mis ioula; rent only $125 per month on a five or ten-year 2e~se, to responsible parties pln1 . Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSJJRANCE DEALER. 118 Higgina Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. OST-BONE YELLOW CAT If there is anybody between Mis soula and EvarQwho had found a fine, big, yellow-and-white cat, he will ease a Igreat heartache In the breast of a little girl out in Oregon, if lie will blrpg in the cat and ship it according t the directions contained in this let ter, received the other day 14. the post master at Evaro: Boring, Oregop, May 6, 1909. Postmaster, ' Evaro, Montana. Dear Sir: On the 22nd of April my uncle left with an emigrant car from I3owdle, S. D., over the Northern Pacific railroad to Portland. And he told me that from M4ssoula...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 16 May 1909

TRA1sali[DW BIG HORN AAND SHOSHONE RE SERVES IN WYOMING TO BE ADDED fb DISTRICT NO. 2. Word was received yesterday by the officials of District No. 1 of the forest service, with headquarters in this city, that on June 1 the Big Horn. national firest; whose headquarters are at Sheridan, and the Shoshone, at Cody, will he transferred from the jurisdic t4n0 of District No. 1 to that of District No. 2, which' his its offices in Denver. When this is done it will place all the national forests in Wyoming un der district No. 2. The Bonnevile na tionitl.fml"est, with headquarters at Og den, will also be transferred to that district. This will mean a decrease in the acreage of District No. 1 of .from 2,500,000 to 3,000,000 acres, and all the transferred forests will add about 0,000,000 acres to district No. 2. The iReasons given for the proposed change are two. The first one is that district No. 2 'has been very small in compari son with district No. 1, and the second is for geographical rea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 16 May 1909

t ý i Alwuuw :IIL rTl ]I]n IE I1 irrI ILIHI ILrrrrnTl]LILL1ILIU I [ftLrLLLILIL nft H ARO RUNS YAL BOB CARY TAKES SECOND PLACE IN TWO SPRINT EVENTS RECORDS BROKEN. New Haven, Conn., May 15.-Yale beat Harvard in the annual dual games on tale field this afternoon. The to tal score, which was not determined until after the last trial in the broad jump, was, Yale, 55 1-5 points: Hiar yard, 48 4-5, Three dual records were broken and in two other events better that record time. was made, but In one instance the figure was not allowed and In the other the time was made in at trial heat. Of the three records broken, the notable one was in the two-mile event, when H. Jacques of Harvard made the distance In 9:46 4-5, which is 6 4-5 seconds under the ree ord of M. H. Stone of Harvard three years ago. Cooney, Yale's famous football guard, tossed the hammer 159 feet 5 inches, which is 6 feet 1 Inch farther than Shevihn put it in 1904. In the 220-yard dash Foster of Harvard made the distance in 21...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 16 May 1909

AStore for Everybody MISSOULA. MERCANTILE COMPANY. AStoreforEve Rare Good Fortune. for Silk Buyers Celebrated Windom Black .Silks On Sale This Week at Worth-While Reductions TOP a moment and consider the imojortance to you of tl. hit of a's. Black .bilks, you know, are in a dry goods store as sugar is in a grocery a staple, old on the closest kind of a maargin, an offer of 20 pounds of sugar for a dollar would bring a crowd in a hurry, and we forecast a brisk call for t.hese silks. Every wo man has need for a black silk dress, or coat; if not, then for a petticoat or a new lining in some garment. Windoma silks are positively the best made in this country, all pure silk and pure dye-guaranteed to give satisfactory service. They are the very foundation of our splendid silk business, have won a most enviable repu tation with our trade, and any chance to buy them at less than regular prices is always hailedwith a welcome from all quarters. WINDOM'S BLACK TAFFETA WINDOM'S BLACK SATIN DUC...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 16 May 1909

Tais are "The" Thing Made over special "Natural Slhap.' low shoe lasts non-slippypg heels-famous comfort bringers. "Can1 he beat" for style and service. Convnce yourself get a pair. They're ready for you to step right into-and no. breaking-io. Mo ,st wi es $5.00 The Martin Co. MARKET MOVE[ENTS OF THE DAY TRANSACTIONS IN SEQURITIES RECORDED ON THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE. New York, May 15.-The waiting atti tude aoiopted by the trading element was significant of the uncertain state of mind caused by the conflicting evi dmnces of what has beefi going on in the market under cover during the week. Authorities aliunite in pointing out the signs of improvement in busi ness, but the speculation remains doubtful of how much of this is agle qiately discounted in the rise of prices. Railroad eartnings show favorable com parisons with last year, but it is pointed out that last year's returns were showing progressive steps to the depth of depression which was not reached until several months lat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 16 May 1909

1,00- Yards'Dotted Swisses W-orth 15e it. aNor;, wi Io . Seemingly an innumerable number of patterns and all are 3t inches wide. 'Phese and all other draperies offered in today's sales are spotles9ly clean and of the. first quality material; suit able for sash curtains for the bedroom, dining rooul.and vast other uses; none better; a gel nine 15c fabric on sale at, per yard.... .......100 1,500 Yds. White and fancy Madras S'orith Sv a ya/rd; Uoitt 20c Never before have you Jbeen offered such matchless values in beautiful draperies as this. Note the magnitude and the beauty of the.imaterials when you see them. Just the thing for the parlor, library, spare' bedroom or the front door; worth 35e in every store and always sold at that; our special price, per yard 204 Artloom Tapestry Stand Covers Worth 50c, are very specially priced 30c Parlor decoratiolis that no one could help uitt call, beautiful; about five dozen covers fully a yard square, two-toned effects, tassel fringed all aroun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 16 May 1909

Fruit Plneapplae. each ... ......... 4.... vraPe fri,1oiaec. 10...41 Ddllat* Berries Vegetables $sparagus New Turnips reeki Pops, Bermuda Onions Seen ,Onioos Cucumbers. dishes Parsley ~le Plant California O'abbate THE 8U68 tCORNER. Phonie 96 Fair Faces May easily be kept fair if our Ben 01n ald Almond Lotlon is applied bbrore and kfter exposure to sun (Lid wind. The one perfect lotion that can be used on the most deli cate )idins without injury. It keeps the skin clear, 8oft and smooth and Irmparin a dehightfdl senise of cool iiess all4 frkhliness. It is entirely ~sorbed and is not greasy or sticky. barge bottles .... ............5041 k1issula Drug Co. WHOLESALE AD RETAIL. darner Hli~ggn, Ave and Front llt. Let Us Figure on your decorating SIMONS MOVEI We are in ouif new stole and pretty well settled. We have the finest fornl ture salesrooms iti th# northwest and our stock is in keeping idth thie ,store. We will be glad to have you call gid ,see how we are situated. You will be plea...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 16 May 1909

EDITORIAL SECTION TIE IAJIY I SSOUIAN PAGES 9 TO' T M ISSOU LA , M ON TA N A , U N -D A Y M O R N IN (;, 1AY 1 U., 1 9 ,O . CheBed on&zf TTheodore Roosevelt, then pre i the co ntular evicerom Sthte clutch ing hands of the ebrieking politicians thinly settled s~etlios, Hoffman sigoificant in the ease of Bahi, 'an at the eastern terminus of Fennsyl- ' Plhilii i' eiresenis the trnited Stoles, two meen ott of every 10 die inside a vania avenue, Washiogton, D. C. This Hie must nuake a caravan journey year front the fever, which makes made it possihle for any earnest-mind- mtounted ott the humnps of tho African the juinee a practical doattt-trap for ed American citizen 'to obtain a berth home to die among old folks-a victim b. nkruptcy and deliver them clear ofcae frvrtw wekthogh Cuainof10fulbod in the consular service without re- to had drainage and filthy habitations troublesome creditors. 'DSF'Q /19' C'O ,5'&rZf trackless desert in order to reach his Percival Htelntztetman, of ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 16 May 1909

ff2~i?/i~itC' When Manager C. A. Harnois of the Harngis theater received word that elaw & Erlanger and 'Fiske & Bal asco had ceased their warfare, he also was given the" date for the appear ance of Mres. fiske, in "Salvation Nell," in the local playhouse. July 22 is the day on which the noted actress will visit Missoula. Mr. Harnols is well pleased to hear of the consolidation of the two big theatrical syndicates, especially as he is assured that the result will be felt in Mdissoula and the local theater. A dramatic writer of Seattle has the following to say concerning the re turn of John Cort, bearing news of the end of the strained relations be tween Klaw & Erlanger and Fiske & Belasseq "Manager John Cort returned to Se attle Sunday eight from his semi-an nual trip to New York, and announced that ha bad booked the Fiske & Bel asco stars for appearances at the Moore, including Mrs. Fiske, who will be the first of the hitherto independ ents 'to appear in one of t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 16 May 1909

fdsurnmer .Ž7 Hat&~lesl ,Ostricb flum~e &141&d for Bummrtun UCH QUEER edible 'rl icacies the milliners are tempting us with this year! As for shapes-peach baskets, jampots, even soup kettles and butter tubs. As for trimmings-lis Cious grapes, apples, plums, tomatoes and brussels sprouts and many other offerings of the fruit and vegetable garden. As for colors, isn't there a luncheon-like suggestion about lettuce green, mustard yellow, gingerbread brown and pale ale tan? All these and other appdtizing suggestions are pres ent in up-to-date millinery. Put besides their appeal to the pal ate, the summer hats are deliciously pleasing to the eye. Never have pic ture effects been so much in vogue, and the delightful part of it seems to be lihat one may choose one's picture from any ohe 'period one prefers. It may ,be in a dahsbiig cavalier, plumed style; ,r Aa 1 . golly flowpred Dolly " Varden effect. It may be borrowed from a 4s 'titI'bf-lttinfI'or be On' tta"'t°Nlh-e6 hoire ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 16 May 1909

ri#fshed 1tvr0, Ua in the Yrar. 14%OUtft AhLN ?UB3L11ING CO. . 29a 4 131 West M~dn *treet, Mia so 1e Mitithnia. ined at the iiostro toe At Missoula. Monta4i as a eend ci4ais mn Vt matter. SUBSCWi TION RATES (in Advanoe) llyti. oe moYth. ...............$0.71 Daily, three stionths . ............. 2 dlaly, :six m ionths...... . ................ 4.00 Daily, one year .............. ... 8.00 W~ekly, one year.. ... 1.to P0#atge added foar foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Business Office 110 Editorial Rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoutlan Is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub scribers are requested to report faulty deliver1 4t once. In ordering paper changed to nw - address please give old address also. Money orders and check$, should be made payable to The Missouflan Publishing Company. SUND1AY, MAY 10, 1009. PASSING EVENTS The past seven days were unques tionably Missotdla's busy week. Events followed, ofne the other, so quickly that they ceased to follow and pi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 16 May 1909

Ty Track meet with its various features has monopolized the attention 9ff Mis soula for the past week and instead of the usual fragments of conversations caught of teas, receptions, dances, etc., it is hurdles, high jumps, clashes, pole vaults, all discussed with sur prising amount of knowledge. An oc casional murmur of "pretty girl" or "mighty fino fellow" added variety to the conversation as groups of students passed. The meet closed with the awardihg of the cups and medals at the Harnois theater on Friday even ing and was followed by a dance given at the Elite hall, where the students and faculty of the Univer city of;Montana acted as hosts. Good music was provided, the floor was in excellent condition and the affair as a whole all that could be wished. Many prominent men and women of the city acted as patrons and patron esses aiid watched out for the pleasure and enjoyment of the younger set. Saturday most of the visitors departed for their homes in various parts of the state, a...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 16 May 1909

"ws 1Mi soulian Class Ads Bring Sure Results Forty Million bollars to be expendell in new railroad construction in Missoula coun. ty in the comling two years. What does it mean to Missoula real estate? The O.'1. and N. over Lole pass, the St. Paul ex tension up the Blackfoot, the street railway and interurbamne, ULTY OUTSIDE LOTS AND DOUBLE YOUR MONEL $100 Lots 12 beautiful lots clove in, in Union addition, for $100 each; these will double in value in one year. $100 Lots Eight choice lots in Daly ad dition on South Seventh street; level, and on easy terms; these w ll also sell for $210 each; they have city water in front of them. 12 South, side lots, as fine as are in 3issoula, in block 88, Sputh Mlissoula, for $150 each, oa terms of only one-third cash,: balance one and two years. There is $1200 profit in these 12 lots in 6 months' time. Stephens Avenue Coruers A swell 60x 30-foot corner, close in on Stevens avenue that beautifIp 124-foot boule ' nfv `"hMv'- " of Wee chokee close-i...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 16 May 1909

A Dependable Medium of Sale or Exchange IANE The 1II3I ' One of today's lttle ada O may hold the germ of good fottune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows! N. H. P.-Four. I. X. L.-'-One. A. C.-Two. S. S.-One. M. C. K.-One. J.-One. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROC M FURNISHEII CO'1' tage. Particulars at 828 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. SIX-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN, FOR sale; block from court house. .Call telephone 314 red. NEW SIX-ROOM MODERN BRICKC, on 60-foot corner lot, with , large barn, near high school. 1248 Blaine. A BEAUTIFUL HOUSE; WIThI large lawn, fruit trees, barn, ;hikketi house, 160x260 feet ground. SeS Fisher & VanValen. FOR SALE-FOUR;ROOM PLAS tered house, five blocks west on Spruce street, 81,450; terms. Ilov erson, 833 North Higgins av6pue. FOR SALE-NEW EIGHT-ROOMI house on South Fo...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 16 May 1909

Represenhative Business Houses of Missoula, Montana. LOI.1~ntoto Dý1 ixon's Foot-Fornm TH pMK HOSE . ný iýaslý. anne Cargeatas HO1 Or ck V / Gr Ct akteeryso r FierAne HWr t G ai forr GENTrLEMEN SMOKA THEALEMBE SO LADIES LIKE THEM I Everybody. MPooNaMonATRONZEn NOME INDUSTRYE ' ~ Thee hC T H S E A A F'rtManfacure 1.anb ý hr% d Delri M, . t e manufacture of our bread and pastry-under GRANITES; MONUMENTS, TABLETS J .P Reinhard, Hardware /strtcty saiaycniin.AND HEADSTONES A large stock of the above always on hand MISSOULA, MONTANA. WHOLESALE AND. RETAIL or manufacturAedi to order. Designs sent or IIANGES CJOOICING UTEN- applcation. My facilities for producing anc 131UILDELRW ' flARDlWARE, / Phone 569. P. o. Bex 245 /furnishing the finest work in the state are un StL . t excelled. Western Monitana Flouring Co. .o You Own Your Own ilome? / `` /0 m . OUR LEADERS: IS YOUr Title Good? No t iiaatter the pricS you desire to 125CE HoIA- rI Fl'd P otrt taa Gdt an t)str'c~ ond n ake sure while " ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 May 1909

THE WEATHER m TTTF TTT iT PLaeE · A THER THE DAILY MISSOULIAN Tomorrow-- Fair. Nizsoufa 1AAYs, IFI ENT VOL. XXXVI. NO. 12 M1S3OULA, MONTANA, MONDAY.MORNN(1, MAY 17, 909. PRICE FIVE CE STRIKING JAPS STAND PAT HAWAIIAN ISLAND PLArNTATION EMPLOYES QUIETLY AWAIT DEVELOPMENTS. WANT RAISE IN WAGES Nipponese Demand That Monthly Sti pends Be Increased From $18 to $22.50-Polyglot Strike Breakers Take Places of Little Brown Men, But Sugar Mills Are Crippled. Honolulu, May 16.-With no pIros pect of receiving recognition from their etnployers, 5,000 Japanese plan tation hands on strike in the Ha waiian islands are politely, but firm ly standing pat anl_ today are quiet ly awaiting developments. The plan tatjon strike in the islands, which was begun a week ago, was the re sult of a determined and long stand ing agitation on the part of the Jap anese laborers on the sugar estates for an increase in wages from $18 to $22.50 a month. The Sugar Planters' association un wittingly brought about the ag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 May 1909

or A new 37-room hotel, close in on the south side. This house is well arranged; six bath rooms, steam-heated, electric lights, full basement, 80x37, nine-foot ceilings; this is without doubt the best propo sitton ever offered in Mis soula, rent only $125 per month on a five or ten-year lease, to responsible parties only. Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgl.s Avenue. Phone 572 HAM1dotNp BLOCK. WfI-KNOWEN WUOMAI DIES VERY SUDDOEL To The Daily Missoullan. Glendive, Mont~, May 16.--Mrs. John Barry, well known in various parts of the state because of her connection with fraternal orgaPizatior v, and also a former resident of both 'Livingston and` Billings, died here quite sudden ly from acute appendicitis. Mrs. Barry was quite ill a few weeks ago from pneumonia, but she had almost entirely recovered from .that, and her present illness was not considered serious. Mr. Barry returned from his run as a Northern Pacific engineer to find his wife in a dying condition. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 May 1909

110UMl IAf f. LU Y CARl R 'MONTANA SENATOR, CHAIRMAN OF IRRIGATION COMMITTEE, SENDS OUT LETTER. In a letter addressed to presidents of water users' associations, Senator Thomas H. Carter, as chairman of the United States senate committeeon irrigation, asks for information con cerning certain problems of irrigation and tells of the committee's approach iug visit. The letter follows: "*Washington, D. C., May 10, 1909. Dear Sir: "On March 3, 1909, the senate adopt ed the following resolution: "'Resolved, That the committee on irrigation be and it is hereby author ized and directed, by sub-committee or otherwise, to visit during the re cess of the senate such reclamation works of the United States reclama tion service as in the committee's judgment should be examined, in or der to' ascertain ,existing conditions therewith connected and secure in formation deemed useful in the con sideration of future proposed legisla tion affecting the reclamation of arid lands. And the committee is fur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 May 1909

1 r'.ti 1 W tMlien Strheet, Mis soutla, Montana. red at the podtfofibe at Missoula, ontana, as secondeclass mall rpatter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES ly, one mont .~............................ $1 0.75 o eil ,1 three inantlh .......... ............... 2.25 ily, six months...... ................. 4.00 ly, ne year ......... .................................... 8.00 eekly, one year ........:.. ................ 1.50 stae added for , freign countries. 'TELEPHONE NUMBER siness Office 110 Editorial Rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS .The' MisSouliae. is anxious to give jhe best carrier service; therefore sub ordibers are requested to report faulty aellvery at once. In ordering paper lchanged to new address please give .td address also. Money orders and checks should be made payable to the Missoultan Publishing Company. MONDAY, MAY 17, 1909. THE SMALL.FARM. In the evolution and growth of Am i~ean farming, the small farm has .. en coming forward as, a new ideal. t is receiving recognition as a new rI" it of s...

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